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I ruriza^  :yOwen Owens' of Fraafc;   M^|iSS;  written to- some Crestbn Vpf'oj^^xafiking;  ������ti&znioraaationi-v ebneerning:.- !0s5B pbsisi-  ;-|pteB-of Btartin^^  ���������Jr.;,'."',.!1 '     ���������_ ./ "*,-;.'.''' .'..*'"' "**��������� ��������� .'*: " * ���������^3".������'*���������   -������ki-*=i*iT-'. " Vi ' *"*"**���������**������*���������***!  b^l^s di^t^'s^^hpw^       SPPd; ^ "P^  L^tistlc^lnn^^C  '.sb^^ Es'faiSLpi^b^w^ysaclog^  iefcfer of nbtifibatipn^ v^; ^ v ^:S; :";v:;?i j;: v  '^���������Tbp.^t:iliat' ea^:p^;^b������'^l^^^^  at: thiei year> .applejshoyil-;}1m(i^4^fn^:  ^;lAaSiK*aTO^id'^^  yerBliby^;:m;;i9'W.:-'E  |^ivP^ip^g:;'tb>^  -'K?2SiW'-S&tt.:5^S**S,;;.*������W--iJU������  bw^is^ti^aeyer^jf^p^    ; shb wet;..; ��������� Tbey ^mmpli^^  :nnii*oni'^rom-1^  . ���������'������������������������������������������������������^^-^���������^������������������^���������������������������������������������^���������^^���������������������������������������������^^',^^^^^^,  iiprbdtiot^'', ���������; They:' 'g&titi!ia&  .,,...r...,:_.:.,,..,.... ---|,^g  ������������������7^#SiJt'  ���������>:'-J������.'  j brcnat^ bwt; tn  poorly>Iobfced after, nearly^all ^eiii^  vntected|ysrith^^cale.:J-;  scale is v killing s several of ^em^^yot^.:  I ^also$;;' find:,' ���������.;> tliat  3ucn that  tp^'db^nvueb:  ���������"-is   ���������  |i^):;:-';heT3>;v-.-B^;v.yyaiifts  % .. ,  |h������e is a ball that :v?<rald Ijes- iwiwpie fb? j today; pfe;'.-|'om6rro^  taiS pUrpOSS''������������������-��������� ��������� ''������������������"'���������"��������� ���������r'-;-- ���������*-.-:.-���������-"  to jreinta. to V*Pstca  :ifctie; >'sb.o^ VaB':i;:-*:SB������n^S6i:^  ���������v'.j-'L",.'-'.-".' '.JJ-.-''"-"���������''*^^:^y::^SI;g!:  ���������^���������r-'j-"*:?^!-  W^^S^m^^^^,  :fe  ������������������M'JIf  J-5--AU-- ��������� kinds -of;;/:������'Holiday^|K:^ngs  the    right v-Hpliq^^s^isirl^' i&  ,the^ra^r3^aye:no..ihea^  ^!V* sopmb -H:-^PJ;poncr;et;^  "e wr be*M]^3^diiv^  holdei^i ?������������ ��������� ^f^ ��������� ;T&P  ! :;:R^Eby'and^^  Cranbrb^:^h^Pl;;t^  ���������^e^ljwi^l^I^^ Da|d^^;^������e^-^^by:  regnlac-seryioeB^Sp^ / ���������  ���������i-r ^f  :y������.::-,3;''r:.:.r'?:.Crr^^.'.-^^.:^;^  ^u^p^oJiils  ���������,i^^''X"-j",.,''-'^:^V^!A.r^'";jS:?**'^  Sehool House For ise-  Theiittte  Bb^^r^;^***^'"'  i&Ui^wl^tlb^triBnd-in? "vie wi ^  <;|t&jfofc^ .;e"eiMod.:TOUl^:vabtej.tortl^ ;  ijIt-jf*to;beeiq^'h'Buglge^^  gi^e^s^^iWd}|firBrt:^  :hQr.-it':'ia:^feia.siblelTO.'':Teclaiht-'v^  and; >w"aether thbebst wbald be prpMbi^  ;tive.���������-'���������;������������������������������������������������������--���������-���������.;?.:;V:^v--."-.^:-.->.-. ���������?^..;���������...^i;;^\ti.;-->  j^r^JIfe'lil-tllil^ .\Pre.sv"P*������, Ov;;:N,;'hIs. Sq; 'f?teas-  -^On'r|jather^stb^^);_tp^:ftfja^^  ���������: Creston. UBhprcd in the Now Year in  r^P^ttlot manner but the ybung iolks  Vpf; the Valley gave ��������� ttiomsalvefj over  "^a-^iiliy^^ ������ba;  lHttlK   ^;Thondance ybs for tb������ "bene-v  *M,-oi!:,th��������������� building^"fund;-o'l the..Oatbo-  ^iil;0^r^--:and; it- :Was the best   attended 6f the aoasbri.  ^SI^PAtJL, j;,viv4-L/Wr;Htil,pvftsi-  deiit'of''tbLv'CTreafciiN'orfcUprri railro id, ; it?  gmttf* into the i'ri^ifc rmsiiifj; uuhuu'ss  Ha ttt^ohusod'"��������� aN ib ncre tract tfcia  wot"-.lf<������i';-'Fnrry & Culvor, wbo -iiul an  exhibit. *}b the Nort.li\Vo3Urn L rid X"Yo-  dnotii bIiow frdin,,tbi3 Moihovv vf.lley,  Wiu)wniitonk'":.--.;--:.-.-.:-'.:.".: '.->.������������������:  "Ilnstorl sov<ri\l of  thoir  apploB and  Mupic for the dancer^ waa "furnish- .  ������dbyM^^������ Mr������^  aaid! Mr.   Hill  thf-.  ���������loinooL'my own,  \v������sok.  Mi'.    Illll made Uiifl tmuoanooinen  we^b kep^: at thoir iriBtrurnoritfl until  early, i������ the morning.      Amonpc   the  doncors wore tho MIbbob I������rice, Din-  ! ;tooni ;6������n^  Jsbrjie large. .cbrnbined^haryesteraimbre  BesnV^P'^^d^by-' gas! faction?engines"  ^tingjbne^.'^undJjed-i. iacres peK.day.1  Sftill": thbyr are; handicapped :,^f^:;i$P:  reason)[ that they have ; to.let their  grain down; by ariel tram- 2I0p0?feet,  "into: tteVciear :Water Valley tb^ the  N.p:ri.il. tract oil account of little  6r;no'.rbads;.;;.; ; ,.X;-,'i. -. ':.-.'';^.'.:;:u;  "...''.   Idaho   Is   Hard   Hit   A:-: %;  From Pullhian,���������'���������, "Wash.,. south is    a  nice   "country,;! some    good orchards  dhd fine grain    country.,    The orchards are kept; in; better shape"'than  Idaho still several are badly infected  with all -sorts    of scale arid disease  I.fully believe if some of the Orestori  fruit growere would see some of    %he  orchards I bayo seep they wouhL   bo  more . anxious   to    assist    the local  fruit inspector in his ..wprlc.;    I camo  back^to Bpokane, Wash., and took in  the. fa,ir and then left on the Spokane  flyer for Bateyan, Sask., th^ro I enjoyed myself for a low days chooting  wild ducks and geese. I will not say  how., many I Bhot; but if I did    not  Bhoot any it was not because"thovc  was ������o gnmo, thoy wore there by the  II,','.' '^J^-i-'^r^.ti v.1-. 'U'.r * : .-. ������> a 'rK' ' ���������'"'���������':--".'1   '"' '."'���������i-*'"'_.".r..' ���������..".''.'';'   .'.~ft '-*"''���������"  were hoc mentioned,  ; TheE; Prs will install;, -tn^^bfficers  for the ensuing year oh I Monday'$������ nigbt'  A fnlVattbndanue of all t ih������ membt ,-fB'-is'  desired;-'-:; -....'...'..-���������',. U-:������������������������������������.  ^-Qerifca clothes cleaiaed, ;ptessedt; ������h d  repaired.   Mies a..J^JVtmiik.:^:[.\\,iA'4^'  lathhpwipTOjJared to i^e in'Xaiilily  wa^inga^l^ly at Relief office.  iTTT.-.~.^....j~.-..>...'^;u'.^.';:vM������..-".^-t/.'>i4r.^v.^  -���������>'-.    r : ���������������������������':���������'    .' '  '���������' *. ���������:"*���������' t- .'.'i  .'���������'   ���������������������������; ^���������.^.���������/.''.-)  -'rlrt'. . Ft.-'. -.-"��������� ^l���������A*l���������.^^i.l^VJ.���������^r'JC^''^���������'^^���������'-ff'rt���������?iSa^'*-'*^^*''-*'^-'���������-?t������'  \  JTOR   SALE--One acre -on right;of  vray *���������������? vrestQu Tcrv-fiEits^, -Blk. 21, juO������  525 price $1200.   Also bloijfcs i24 and 2Q  nd.io'tviing for sal*.   TAtb. P; ll> Johhe^  3uitQ 3" Wpstorn Slk. OaJ^pJ y, Alt, ; ;.' ;  ���������''���������'"���������:������������������;'"     ':'���������"���������������������������. '���������--' ���������'���������.;��������� -'-.isW;',  G^;:^owenber^  ���������frpni^a^^^ltoftyy; ^d:'.^fc  around  B^������ia^P*;e������ti&^  ���������'.���������.���������',-.-.-..:-.-V...-i-*:.i5p.-.;.-y-,Tf'." ���������.������������������������������������.���������.OVOn.-j.-.v.t-t*,:^^  '8on^danoe^o':(^eBtrtt,:]p^^  potted't*erioB-and:"vovcp^^^  bowlin a oorner o*;tee;jbalt;:^^|8^  Sffli������:iMartha'; Porter entertained ��������� o|JamPB-.l%i^:^|^S^t9  Ud^r'ot-txiend8^t.:'a*DirthW  '^'.'_':^:::U:^4-.^i  '" ��������� - '"':::' loamo;tir������d.the,^t^^^^  of 'ke^ng^:^e:';:fl^r^ppp^  time:-' and ^^-W^^W^M^^I^  quadriileB, ..Bi������?iA'/.taa!p^^  on'the liflt^amoy Ub^  couple mlnutei ��������� jlP&wti^  r uesdoy, evening.  V-.'.'. Rey. B. R. MoLean who ifl touring  J rltish ; 6(������timbia/ and meeting tht  jCioteriay Presbytery in behalf of tht  a������������ day SbhoolB will bo in Croston Wed- .,...,,.,,,��������� ltl< .,  ^^LwUl speak'at,^.ProBby-oft^  J.,'.p JohnBton who has "bo- ?n spending;  sayeyal weeks in Eiwtern ��������� Oannda re-;:  turned to Oreston this weoi c. Ho wiW  leave in a few days tosupexv lae the ooii-  atrnction of Borne bridges iu   that vioi-  mity.;.'.;";;,; ������������������': ������������������ .."������������������'���������vA.'i<' ''������������������'' -   ���������'���������"���������;������������������  ^S^e^to^e^  latBnm Vparontsfrom^ Jill the ohuroheB  dancers^0;  axe  inyft v-ed to hear Mr, MoteBn epaak.  /tdn',"\lM&r Oanwrigbt, Mclva Oart  i^lgbt, Oebtele OartwrigUt, Jeanne  *^Pttlwwr,;''Tr'otter, Awowpmith, Vera  a*i|������ulW0ft, Maud KuB������i*olt, M^aol Hub-,  ^oroJt, Booa^HurJpy, Buttornoid, and  V-')ar^sp,;*nd, mt-UoiiigCimtxy, Mvo.  Ohiirrl������^ Mrfl* Mudono, Mrs. Oaso,  .������ ;MWf ������uioro<tJ,. Mra. Trorabley, Mrs,  Dwter,'   Mri. Poole. ��������� Mrs. MoPoak,  .   ttUid Mr������. PridRer ���������'������������*��������� MoBflr^��������� 0fttn"  f  trbhVl^Ulbr, Bundy; Beam, -Leonard,  11 *"Menne',' '"Ouhrt,"   Atheribni'.���������':��������� McPeftk,  Tromblcy,, Tuckftr, Faulknfir, Taylor.  :?Arrow������ml<ihV   J*usoro!ti.-Oaso,   Ora-  &timi 9**^*o������; . 0Mto^fM' ytppioti,  '���������:'::'i^';^#fe::^;' ���������'���������������#' '��������� '���������:���������:��������� i; -, '���������':,' :U"  uii;dt!so Hill interoBti* have bmon  eon-  Biderlnpf the puiohnHi! of lnnd nmiv Per  Avii' ur, Can,, lor tboir Midland raihvny  termxiiftirt, pa stiitocl i-oocjnfcly in a Wluni:  'peg dtftpiUob  Leaving   IfBetovnn   I   wont   to St.  Paul and Mtnnoipbl Is where tt visited  many   of   the   largoat   flovror mills,  ���������Which are tho   largest in.the world.  From St. Paxil I wont to Southern  thoro':i������..i))fllMv'oly,:rib������.Wng- to   tl,.fU.ow������. who^.X apeufc four (laya.,lJiai'U  Htovy.   Ouri-nib-ita hnvo not vvoeured but 00"\ ia *romi horo(������������f th^ ccr"  ���������nyoptiobB, neither'bny, ,hoy ������Ppron. ^ *���������~ " to porfoctipn.     This  ,'    ���������    . '������������������;',���������;''-,. , ,L     ',..       in., i country is a regular network or rail'  ood any umo in that vicinity with a view        ���������,...������.. ���������     ,    , ������������, ; ,  v������������������".-"���������..'....-.,.   .���������.   J...,':..'..���������:< .������....,.-���������II'oads both atoam , and olootrie   aivl  wajsph   and   axito ' rodds at'o  to baying land,; < Tlw only laud that has j  boon iai-clnlrflcl bynny of tho HUJs re-1  nfiirty -iVv mbl/irf.'������rti'ft tmot -I   pnrohnstid  In Uuj Mct'iiow'y������01oiy;V ho fluid.'.  I grand.  >,(.!< a,^MMIli(*MimiMM>IR*4������  ���������;"<f  TfW   A^kj������;'  '.i'V-V-'  Not������work Oi  i������������aat������  1'ho Bpayers have loiiBOd ������ie property  of Mrs. Brown on Viotbria JLvenue.  --Mrs. , Cromptpn  n(ifl?!Bfod by Mlflfl  jviiiik*)ohiiuiu ih proi������������it������u iu i'������utjl*������> (���������������  pita for "Plniiiofortn ������Hid violin, singing,  hnrmoay sind comijcsftfion.  TermB$2,00by tho ���������.mentb. 13t  All thofiP that, have sTOoelyod lots n������  gift* from F. QK tilttlo desire to thank  him for hla ootrrtf ay and as noon as the  r ub.divWo������������ in swypyedi and the p������������-  piBed bptileyftrd laid ont all' >yll,l Im^d  Tho dano������WM promoted and given by  Bfitr.'; *kB������aoo^.,-'^umowh''���������:"WbtwodUMd^  v        ... .      . .Thomaa JoneBEnd w������������ one of toPmpo^  VVlM. ,d to rent, for three. *^h* onj^^  probably^ oB������lblyleBsorloagerfoottagel������3y  or ahaok^ifc ^Bhod or tinfurniBhed. by  about Jamim V-15 tb" ������������������auhed.prefowed  in teuantaJMi ' ������������PP^ Full detollB to  MlBBR/m^���������������;���������������;������������ MwardB^Vio.  toxin, .��������� ���������.������������������,-.'i-,','.j'',:- '���������'���������'.. .  "r*.iv.,o:.'ij  ���������<M}jtfa  v'.*4ftff?  t  -. Vi';  ������������������<llt<IMIWBHWH^tll|������>������  v. dtiws-vawive^- the.v^vHfcoi^^n'l^  '" '^'rtrt,r������a������y; Wdl iiVdVo lllft Wft'ln"' 't^.P1; V,!*  ^ buBloftiWi Into tti"! obrnpir of >tbji:^pihUp������  Which   Wftft forninrly ocuupiOtL by tho  ,   B'������������>k of Crt^t|awoaii;',.|:;,1: i.' ������������������:���������' v^;,;-7 r*,'.'-v  Froni, Ivnre I wont to Control lowu  yiultod a quakor sottleniwn'b.     ThoHO > ilreb'o]^B'i^in������R;oi^l't.neglfUot'������V''.' Advl;,;  Slortdim? hn������������ loci ttdo'd'on tho'Fowrth  jiooi>Ib nro BtrloUy-holiest,' -'eo-biioi'aU     '   V "C'. .,,'i'::',,-r   - ,/ ���������;       ,., ;, ,..-,��������� :;.���������' ,-,'.  u^..*"Vi'ni ihiHiviRr'.Won'.r'.innn'- day-'anrt-Ju ovory way amopg'thomaolvoo, buy -���������>'.;,;,v.;���������.'/."''',.������������������'/,>" y;"',-'���������.'.!,:���������..'A.;-  t ..re ra������oiuVHun.bov or young and noil an onn, apil uoom qalto pro-)    nl������vl������������������^H^.'*a;���������W������>'^"f^^������t���������*^;���������:.^���������.  Although Boem-  ������b  la far war-  go    thwa  Snow to I  ���������'������':yi,!. -V.i'lVV^'fii,ii������a'rlViilr<.'MiM,'tfl.,n> ^'lli 'ii������  Iwld iii tibA lIothPdi������t pU\-tfpli,|Juttda-y,  >ti?H������r*iV^ very'sleHomp^lno^p^^  film liiL'-lv >l> Hindu uluvt ilown- cuo atueii ������������������'"���������:*: '\    -., . . ,-,....  ��������� . ���������,   -;..'l.. .. .   ,      ,;    *���������'���������-.. w;    fVhi<t*i.*<v   and    then    tn rintrolt,  rili) to I lui K. V,iri������'lc������ ihoy   K������t   up u,  mllo rt vhliinlf cpe'ni and It is a oa������o  of   ,;"��������� ��������� *.-. ��������� .���������. .   ,..     ' ..  m ���������   >������������������.-���������      .    ,, ������������������'���������    ;, L;"-,'';   : '.thoyyvbullil. moro automoblloo than all  .���������Hit.iwin ii-Ml.lot *.!��������� go.... .iiicro wyo ^^ ftf tho Unlt0d Btatos.    Tboy ��������� ������nri'moittftk'l!!Pnc������rt������y'al������l������t.ta,,:p������������Mri  Ore������tpilB nwr V ^wioablag one of  tU longest ������tro:CttW   K;*F"^'. ^ofttJor  ever noted to th^VaU ���������������*���������/ SleighlnghaB  beongobdtor oomo Ilk ������������ ^thoa.h the  huow 1b noti deep.-     r  lugly vory  ool<* *horoy \  mor      as     tomaibrftfciiWN.. ^  iu  tho   adjointoig  valhyjr*,'���������  : ' ^    v1     . -n\   xl"nn   With'  driving wind* ln.s DeoneVtwa ���������w**- in  j   io 'NolBoii and "Oranbrook*  ������'���������'':'������������������"���������,'''.,'   .   "^'.i1 ��������� ���������-���������*"'���������' '.'��������� ':*it\ '-.'M.;:'  Fpr'6^o-Sooo nd Raw* .<J������������w^*^V  la ge wl'/e.   i> p iX y to Roy. Sttttiwk ,,Jl.r  ���������<��������� ���������:       j������-....iiW^ ' v|) "i..'i'.:l . '\  J.B, Moron, pgropdf������lor..-.���������>������_,-Jto������i....Cf^a^B;,.-:.  ton Hotel wno called Koet lo5t Sunday  by a telegram^ from Pittsburgh Penn V  thathlapotherla\naBerloiw oonditlou  and nPi(;P^PI������'io<4 tp lly������.   Mr. Mpran  left vAt^iu^^-^^'tf^y---\:\ \V:';:.v:'V,;:  ���������..il .. |liii,l>nnti'.v>������i"j<'iimi'tii, n I i'|if 'I'ltai  tnowswoosa  r:  EVENTS    OF    THE  COMING WEEK  MONDAY  Frnlfc * Ptodaoo Aiwoolation ...  Tho^a^^rade^J|l^  nali  cldoniB.  J  (ySw*>M<^iM*V������****^H    ,%#*^'   ������"*   l^������t**''  )  ;  I   Btbofcu ������? Jaol teon ato ptepanng ������ *  plant a������ acre*   Id   tro������r..thl������ ������pri"^  WUb tW������ Pddhlfl'������ tl������<w������ ranohets will.   .  hayo/lpaoWBlB, trees -Wiarlhg tha m*rt \ ^  | j.ou'uwWe ooiaam owl viu^������"������"  4-."  . .    ,  Bnmto'n   H������U .......... 8 P. M,  TK. of P. BpMre's'BaU,;.B P. M������  ���������;���������:.;���������;;. TtmSDAY '  Board of Trade .....,,., .Spetr^l  Hall .'...........'������.������������.... " i������ ll,-  WEDNESDAY i  W, O. T, TT,   At home ot Wm  < K������'������^ n������nyAi������nity ..//.aoP.iftifL."':  ���������j- -,; ������������������ ���������* miDAY  \ tcftP Yo������rBall������ Meroantile H*U  ���������    ��������� ' "���������':'-:V    ���������   '  ;.,'"'.  T^vv^y-  '.iVtt-.Ui.  -W '  '. v-i,,'i1AV,^^*>^'*''  I ��������� .. 'VTA  ,>,)������������������*  i ������'"-������������������*><)',������,  iSl'^V^w.ii  >������i  ������$fe  ������������������'���������^'  ���������a  '/iii  ,.<.  4  J.,,,:,,  UHBMMnHWWra  * U>������wU^^4.^������t^)iM^^:^'^i4Mibto  ,������<'t: S.,,'Stii?;',!^l������.'������ivi!^tt;*i.lt.i  HmmmsmmmKm  '-"--"'������������������j-j"*-u  i T''" rtiMfcMMIl  w<b������m^rTt----ia?'j������i-r.iTrj^lUr^rtniTaiii>ii)iiiWiiii  mil tlMIMM.i���������  M  .������������������.���������rt>������T^w^M*(l' ���������������***-���������  ���������wf'l '������*������1', t-r������������ ,������is������^.^  gmCrrTrrraiiCTgwwitiwKffgj^^  ,.mi. .Yi,.,*!,,,.,,  ; - .'��������� f t ���������^���������-A-*wfi-r*^^wii^(^ :-.*:;  7i������.'';---v*!f?TOT:-,:  ^MM^MiiM:  ;A(UJLU. T.AXJ IT)  ,������'  K  Pi  it ..  r  .ill m^^a^MM^  E5S5  ���������RV  ,l,ondon ,;;'.  ���������WART}. LOCK &, CO.. LIMITED  1 '.;������������������;.;������������������: CHAPTER I.  I*" ���������'���������"���������.-������������������ ������������������ A  modern-'Sportsman.  It Was a gala night at the National  Opera House, and the theatre was  crowded from roof to floor, for Melba"  was .sustaining a. new part, and all  London had gathered to listen. It  ���������was rarely indeed that so fashionable  an audience assembled iu February.  The boxes Were ablaze with-diamonds..  On the grand tier, however, there was  one box which was hot filled with  gaily garbed women and which attracted attention by the fact that its sole  occupants were a girl and two men.  Though " she' was o'uietly dressed, and  wore no ornaments except flowers,  nevertheless a pood many women envied .May Karedale: for the box belonged to Raymond. Copley,.-who was  <mite the : last ���������-.thing, in the way of  South .African millionaires. Ho" was  a youngish; smart looking English-  ma . of the fio������"!tI type-,:was becoming  known as a sportsman and. according  to all accounts, was 'fabulously, rich.  He was supposed..to-.have., discovered  diamonds in RhodeM-a, a stroke of  fortune which put him in a position,  It was alleged, practically, to dictate  terms to f������������"De Bears Company, and  those "in the know" in the City declared he had come out of a negotiation frr amalgamation with two millions of money in his pocket.  Be that as it mav, he purchased a  *:���������-.    ~1JS    ~~4.~4.**  ^,UI,1m   ^i,a������^   mlloA  >i?  .'.lit?     Ul\l     ^T3L,Clt.tr     TYH.-MH     tl������ --JUt.j       u>���������vw    -V *.  Ln-"*->o. j^d'-lavished .'large sums upon his racing stud and people began  t^  c^t-rt   ?">l<*  ncouavatance.     ^e  was  nti  P* ���������  Harp������f?^e  Park;  which accounted  for  oeauty. He was thinking that she  was just the wife for him. She had  good. looks and good. breeding and  would take him into certain houses  the entree of which had as yet been  denied him. They were going oh af-:  terwards -to a.supper rat the Carlton  and before he slept that night Copley  would know his fate; indeed, he knew  it already. . He; had a kind of instinct  that May rather disliked him. But  that, after all. was., a;;small matter.  When , she learned the truth there  would' be no alternative.. That her  dislike might,turn Into hatred mattered nothing to Copley. He bent down  with an air of possession that.brought  a flush into "May's cheeks. She was  feeling rebellious. i l  "You are enjoying It?" he askpd.  "Oh, yea.    I  should  be  a    strange  creature if I didn't'.   You see, I have  so few treats like this."  "Isn't that your own fault?" Copley  returned. "Surely you must know that  if you c"-������1v liked to the word        "  A sudden outburst of applause  drowned the rest of his speech, but to  ���������Ml'intents May heard everything that  he had to say... She blamed herself  that she had not shown this man earlier that her feelings towards him were  merely conventional. And now she  would have to make up her mind one  way or the other. Copley stood with  a smile upon his face, evidently very  sure of his ground. A. longing to get  away, to'be alone with herself, cam������  over May Haredale. In a way she was  grateful to Copley for saying no more.  She was glad when the performance  was over and they began to move towards the stairs. Here a stranger  bustled un and touched Copley on the  nrm. As he turned to the intruder his  face changed. May thought, he. looked-  almost alarmed. It was a small matter and she only noticed it vaguely.  The recollection was to come back to  her later.  "Onft moment. Sir Georste." Copley  said. "Wou?d you mind waiting for  me in the vestibule? It's a little business affair that won't detain me five  minutes."  Sii-   Georee   rasped   on     with     his  daughter, leaving the two men together.    Copley turned sharply round upon his companion.  "xtt^ ^j.* ������s it?* he <*isk*c* curtly.  "Oh. I thought you would Jike to  know." the other said. "I otiJy got  hack last ni���������ht.    Th** ?'*-?>t 7^5*-?- t *v>������*+  uation. : ;  ���������'���������--She' looked abou.t'-Itfvydifi^i^sdm'b::,  one to appeal to, but; ^i^:;tsuddesT  thankfulness... she ;;h'eajfd;y8$e^ft':^iiijiwi-:  lng behind;, Then she saw'heritor.  mentor lying :bn his: back;ih;-th^;;%ut;  ter with another man stahdihs;be'aihd  him.:. t  :;- 3 s:r'V.;.^:#Vv-;;T,-->  "I am glad to be of a'ssistahcb-'^o  you,'? the stran'ger''"said.v;..^VIf^bu';-iwilV-  allow me to awl aks far as. the corner  of the street I will .'call-:^/,ca^i.i.''"I^siip������.-'  pose you got separated fromyyour  party and this fellow followed- youi"  "That is so,".'May replied, "I"cannot sufficiently thank you." -  She paused in the midst of her  speech,; for her rescuer's face was  shining out clear and distinct in the  lamp light. At the same moment the  stranger turned and their eyes root.  "Harry!"���������- the girl murmured,  "Harry!"  "Well,  yes,"  the  stranger  laughed  ���������awkwardly.  "This is rather an unexpected meeting, isn't it?"  May mado no reply at the moment.  She.;, was studying her companion intent^'. She noticed how whits hit?  handsome face was. There was a ������ug-  gestion of suffering in his eyes. His  dress was neat, but worn and shabby,  and yet there waj? an unmistakable  air about Harry fielden which proclaimed that he had been, accustomed  to better things. He stood half defiant, half-smiling, and yet he held up  his head as if he had nothing to be  ashamed of.  "Where have you been for the last  two years?" May askod.  Harry Fielden phrnsrcod his shoulders. It would be difficult to sav," he  said. "In the fir������t place, I tried Australia. But thin km wi������ve worse thore  than they are here. America I <*ouid  not stand at aii; then t managed to  n;et to South .Africa, where t managed  to starve. I had one slice of fortune,  but was cruelly used by a man I trusted." And ww. if it is possible, I am  poorer than ever. I am trying to get  employment at a stud farm or racing  stable. It is'the only thing I really  do know."  ��������� Ma*' Har'fidale listened with trembling lips. Raymond Copley -would  have boon surprised had he seen the  expression on her face. He might  have been uneasy, too.  "It is very sad " the girl remarked.  Oh.  my  dear boy. how  foolish you  f've'' got to'-gb'^a^wri;-;.^^^  tomorrow   ih;;.any:��������� ;ca-^e.:5";'^1ier^:;^b,v;  L.f������,v,������> ���������j*t'h������*>������.-1nVi'ii"-h���������''!^  <������hd I' shall; 'hon^wto^mpe^  Hi was very gpba of you :tb: takefc^bbs  into your service.'-It:f,^a:;a^*ully:.S'(jia;:i  ���������"if, your 'father '-to.i^buyj^^t/^^^y^,  horses.   I hope ^ero'-ls^'TB^rl^?^^:':;  ner --araongst':'th������m^;;:>>.^;;^  : ."We thlnk^B;o'!":-Mayv;^alm)ai^^e^  y.,. v(������   frrr." t.;' h ffnextz ��������� eyf; -ft;- ���������Wl^^h.o'w:->������1+/:  He iTf><a-������">*t hpen .'^rtn;;:!nTvT>py^C;^c6.r  the **idd 1r::^arkvPlat^-^hiphr^eMoh;/  hanfQompiy.' etiou^n. v.-w.^vvmui^.ji^vis-T.  the best horse we . .evpx ;'-h.*o.v and^nepi;  "le appear 1* .:b������ of thc.:s-ihi.e ixn^htrm^  T( he ri'-t-sn't "-?n theKl>5vby: T Jdon't:  irpr.iv what will hftcome;bf'Xfa.;; ')\yX';������vtr  ���������RnfHe to t'fi.ke him::^vbritdVlMa'lew's-  to^iorr^w and h'eV;:-w.Wi;'''f^P^x'?Pvi::;tho>'  colt. Tt's bt>ly./'aV'-m.ati:ey,':>^t:t-.a'y..'-f^*y'  hundred va*'cl   " "" '    'h  from o'li4 lodg������ Eat*5! tp r*P^ll9>^S" Ria  les. "Wallow is only a smallvtrainer."  of '���������.Mirso<,.-b������t.' hc;.suits:;;us':^ery ��������� ^re!!;-  and Is not espeasivsv'.-.^IV':--.'y?ish.'''<:3fbu  would stay db\vn: for a: day or :twbi).  We shall bo back t6nlPrrQ>yirMKht,aud  father will be greatly disappointed if  -,���������-������;ri   .^,���������������.������: .  .>,������11������  he doesn't sqq -yow'i  "I am sorry." Moiden Bald.; "i have  no right to keep you tdiftihg; here.  Corae along and I will find you a'cab.  And if I can manage to stay at the  the old place over tomorrow I will  come and see;--.ybvu:. How odd it will  be if one of my colts should Win the  Derby  tor Sir Gebrge!"  There was a tender smllo on May's  lips and a dash of colour in her face  as she drove presently to the Carlton.  Sir Georgo was ���������waiting with fussy  anxiety. Copley looked disturbed and  rather tli-tempbred, ���������;������������������ They accepted  May's cxpiatiaribiv. Naturally enough  they put down, her heightened colour  and PiMU'kl'ng .syci,'ta' the excitemoiit  of her adventure. .':������������������     '  ' .-  Vj  .���������"-^JWWiiWS  -jf  ^iW&&  '::-  'WsH  '^  -; 'SHHi  ���������'v^fSfiHiM  :'-vSfiH  ^''SSf  &  ''"liir  '.'LSh^  -".-. mmiiMK  ~r>  ��������� '>,KS  .AKat  ������t������  t very *r!������ndlv terms with bis near j this morning in the City was Aaron Pf-f0 ^m;M^ n?\^^Duhl?S������7 Sa  >i*rhhor.   Sir  George    Haredale.     oi: j Phillips." ,?d!     To  think  of that  beautiful  old  the fnct that, the Bnronet and his only j clairred  daur-htor were availing themselves of  nQriioy-'s hns-nitaiity that evening.  May Haredale ought to have been  sn-jcying. herself. Shs did not have  many ouportuhltles for pleasure of  this kind, for, sooth to say. Sir George  Haredale was a poor man. He had a  constant struggle to keep us> appearances, and most of his friends wondered ho"���������?������������������' he managed to keep up the  the expenses of his racing stable. But  ������ie Haredaies had been kings of the  fcnrf for a hundred years or more, and  Sir George clung desperately to this  last veptiee of the family greatness.  The whole estate was going to rack  and ruin, the gardens and grounds  were neglected,    the    conservatories  "You dont mean that." Copley ex-  house.'  "I try not to think of It," Fielden  "I do. indeed. It is a thousand pities if^   ''l was ^^S^^Si"  irtwt I havent heen able to find vou -.fen and worse.   It was my_ mjsrortune   1    Jiau    ill?   Oil"    1!>-!WA    iULCF    Hit:.  were empty, the carpets and old furniture were faded and worn. But the  stables left nothing to be desired. Kow  near������ thev were to the verge of col-  ia'we onlv Sir George blmself knew.  He had few rich and Influential  friends. He did not care for moneyed  men,, as a rule, and bo the old county  families were surprised to see the intimacy that had grown up between  him and "Raymond Copiev. They professed not to understand It, but. one' or  *wo shrewd observers declared that  May Haredale was at the bottom of  It. and that Com en was over head and  ears in love with, the girl.  It would have heen Ptranee were it  otherwise. She was lust the sort of  plrl to attract a ^an like Copley. ������he  was tall nud well-formed, exceedingly pretty in. hor ".aristocratic' way,  though cold and hauehty at tho mere  suggestion of a liberty.  What ahe thought of Copley she had  never been hoavcl to say.   She had not  many friends In her own circle.    She  wjib perfeci.lv happy and contented so  iong an v.hf' had n good horse n.nd the  promise  of  a  day  with   the   hounds.  "^,���������1   ~,~,.,-,\o  rtor>">pr1  hflv  vn.ther distant  and  reserved, but  a  few  hinted  that May Harerlalo could he chummy  en ought   If   ahe   chose.     Others  how-  pvor bad noticed a great change in the  girl rturln0; the past two years. There  ' was a time when nho had boon one of  flio.;iuovrlftfit, madcaps, and then, all at  nnco,, she Hocmcd to grow up and heroine atnld and dignified.    And K. w,ia  not altov^thor. tho  weight  of  family  trouble  that   bore  her  down,   for.  an  p matter of fact, she had no idea how  rtoenerate Sir George's fortunes were.  She apneared    on    frier.dly    tr?rms  with Copley, but. though for the nast  twelve months he had not been o, ra?,i-  Hiur  vlaltor fit   ITa^dale Park, 1������  did  not seem to him that he wn<������ gaining  vory much progress in hor good grac-  ftp.    Clover an he wi?.s the girl mnnag-  pd to keep Mm n* a dl^tanc* without  wounding bla nride   and a������ time went  on  ho found  h!mi<Mf more and  more  Infaiiiated  with  MIbh  Mar^dalo.  Ho belonged to tho class of man  who never count'.' ihe.uoh!. ������������" :i:i������'Mii'tr,  and l������ ready to go to nnT'l^ngthq in  ltie purauif of a fancy. li������- ihout/iti. It<>  had been eyl.ntmelv patient. ;.>id told  hlmaalf earlier In tlie evenlnir tjtat before |bo wool; \vnn out thlng������ would  have to be sottled one way or tlt<������  iiMier. And he "M" not witVou' weapons either. Sir George ."onId have  unfolded a tale in that renpeot bad  bo choHon to do ao. Tlie Baronet waa  proud, but thorf are tlmen when prirfc  nafl t1^ tr'l'e a f"������envM! ���������<!;���������������"���������"- i"'l onfh  n. crlala In hi������ affalra had arrived. May  would ha.v<������ het������n aurprlHi-d to l*-arn  fhat Copley could at any moment ho.11  tho old homo over ihelr tmada and  turn them out to shift as h������nt thuy  tnight  i before today. I have been chasing you  1 from place, to place in the- west, m&d-  i dening fashion. Ko^-ev������������r. ?i;uiips is  ] hers, and so I thought I would come  and warn you. No. no. I have made-  no mistake."  "But the thing i������ impossible. Foster.  You know as well as T do that Phillips was killed ont yonder������������������"���������  "Well, so we imagined, apparently.  Anyway, he's back again, and there's  no getting awav fi������m it. And if he  Is allowed to talk and we don't square  him ���������**  1     "Sauaro him.    Why, it would cost  j half a million!"  "Well, suppose it does.__ Won't It  be chcao at the nrtcet    wouldn't it  be better for us to Blank that money  down than be standing in���������hut you  know what I mean. Tt is a most infernal piece of bad luck, but. after all.  your position is bv no means a bad  one. You go everywhere, you are  eagerly sought after. Besides, who is  to know whether you are a millionaire? or a nar.ner? You've got the ren-  titatlon of betne a rich man, and with  brains like yours *  "T can't stop now," Copiev said hurriedly. "I have some peon'e sunping  with me at the Carlton, and it is im-  no'-'-'hl** to nut'them  off."  The  other' man e-rlnned.  "Oh. I understarM," he said. "T  guess who the lady is. I'll come round  to your rooms at half-nast twelve or  a fluprter to ono, and then wo can talk  ���������be thing over ouietly. Ymi can see  for yourself that ho matter won't  keep.'  CHAPTER II  An Unexpected Meeting  Meanwhile    Sir    George    and    his  daughter were waiting impatiently for  Copley.    As they stood,   the fashionable   stream   hurried   by  them.    The  road outside was crammed with cabs  and   'busea  and  motors,  for  all  the  theatres  wore discharges their aud-  | ienees.    The street was ono seething  rnuHH when Copley joined his frlcnda.  I They   pressed   together   towards   the  j pavement, and Copley  muttered with  ! annoyance to  find that Mb car was  i not In waiting.    He came back again  1 presently with  tho    suggestion    that  ' tbero was some, misunderstanding, and  j that it would save tlmo if they'took a  i cab.  1 "We might have some difficulty In  'j gcttting two cabs," ho said. "Ono of  : us had better walk."  "Oh, I'll walk," Sir George said. "I  i haven't, had any exorcise today and It  j will give me an appetite for supper.'  j May looked up vaguely alarmed. She  : had no fancy for a drive to tho Cnrl-  I ton in company wMh Raymond Copley.  | "Wouldn't it he better to walk along  I xiii we eome to the end of tho ni.reot.?"  ��������� she sitngo.oted. There would he moro  ichanee ot getting a cab when wu are  j out of tho orur.'.t."  i Without, waiting for a reply Mho  j ntepped on to tho pavement. In hlH  I ah'grculvo way Copley olhowod a clear  jiat!i. The road roomed to he fuller  | than ever of vohiclnn. Then tbero  i rumc a (pileU ery In a woman's volco,  I th* Hound of elaahlng motal, and ho-  , foto tiuyonc could reullzo it two mo-  *'irr' brsd overturned, Innlantly all  | waa conftiHion, and fivo mlnuton later  j May found bernolf on the other aldo  of the flivoat. alono nnd propontlng a  I nomowhttt oonHpleuotm figure In hor  ! t'tveniiig ilretta and cloak,  She waw not. frightened or alarmed.  When I came into a fine property at  r.h������ age of twenty-one. I had no knowledge of the world. And every blackguard and sponger that .came along I  accepted at his own valuation. Well.  It is an old story. May���������a fool and  Ms money are soon parted. But,  thank goodness! I never did anything to be ashamed of. I never  wronged a man or woman, and I  pulled up in time to pay my, creditors.,  There is nothing left now but the old  house, and that I could not sell because it is not worth any one's while  to buy it. More for the sake o* sehtl-  mentthan anything else I have managed to nay my subscriptions to my  clubs. I" still have the freedom of  Tattersall's and Newmarket, though  I have known what it is to sleep out  of doors, and not till this moment did  I fully realize what I have thrown  away. Ah, we -were good friends in  those davs, May."  May Haredale" nodded. It. was difficult to speak at that moment, for  she and H?,rry Fielden had been more  than friends. They had been brought  up together from childhood, and had  been together at many a dance and  tennis party and many a clinking run  with the hounds:���������Nothing had over  passed between them. but. It was a  tactic understanding that. Fielden and  May Haredale would wait for one another.  When the crash came and Fielden  bad disappeared, May bad made no  sign, but from that time she was  more sedate and seemed to have left  all her old life and spirits behind her.  "I had not forgotten you," she murmured presently. "Wo must try to  do something for you. Harr*. I Will  speak to father. And then tbero la  Mr. Copley. He has a fine establishment and one of the largest, rac'r.g  stables in the kingdom. But you don t  know him. He Is a South African millionaire who has come into our neighborhood since your time.'"  "Oh, I have met somo of thorn.  Fielden said grimly. "They don't  think so much of them out there as  they do at home. I fancy I know the  name. I wonder if it la the Bame Cop-  icy I mot on the Hand���������but, no, that  Is out of tho question. So-you think  ho might find me something to do?  You don't know what heartbreaking  work It It is, seeking occupation and  finding none. And I am anxious to  work, goodneaa knows. I am young  and strong, steady and trustworthy.,  and there la no man living knows  moro about horson than I do. I wonder if vou would mind speaking to  this man/ for mo. I've got no prklo  now. I hnvo had that knocked ont  of mo. 'But pothaps ypu would not  llko mo to come down Into the old  uoishborhood again. Vou may 'not  earo for It."  "Oh. my dear boy!" May ^nld ro-  nroncbrally. How can yon talk Hire  '���������hat! Yotr know that thorn are some  'rlerula who were ready to do any-  hing for you. Put. you would not gi"n  heni a chance. You disappeared without no much as nayiug good-byo."  "Well, yon can understand my feel.  1(1.(1," Floldon answored.    "TJowe'ev  CHAPTER; III-'���������;.;;  A UivInQ'-'.p'ortuhe'.. ���������;''-  Harry Fielden would have shirked  the visit if he could, but there was nobody whom he cculd trust to go down  to the old house and procure the papers he required. He was glad to see  Heron's Dyke agaim but, at the same  time, he was half ashamed to meet the  old faces. There were many who  would have welcomed him gladly, but  he had made an utter failure of his  life, and his pride stood in the way of  meeting these acquaintances.  There was nothing left but the  house. Long ago the estate had passed into the hands of strangers. The  stables had fallen into decay. The tan  track round th^ BaH? wsh overgrown  with weeds and grass. Fielden -was  glad to find himself outside once  more. He had an hour or two to kiii_  before he returned to London. He  was surprised to find himself unrecognized. A dozen people passed him.  with no more than a casual glance,  He had forgotten that two years had  changed him from a handsome boy  into a stern, resolute man, with an  expression far beyond his years. Even  his moustache had altered him. It -was  true that M"ay Haredale had recognized him readily enough,.but.that was  different. ���������'��������� ���������������������������';'-:/.v-/''."'-���������.,������������������'���������";:���������''. ���������.  He -would go as far as Haredale  Park Farm, he told himself, and look  at the horses.*, He was all the more  ready to do this, becaueenow he felt  that he would pass for a., total stranger. It was 'possible'.'that' Joe Raffle  might identify him, but. then, his old  head groom had known him ever  since he could walk. And now Joe  was Sir George' Haredale's trusted  right-hand. man and had been so for  the last eighteen months, since the  death of bis predecessor. It had always been a consolation to Fielden to  know that Baffle had gone on to Mallow's with the stud which had o'^ce  heejL-hla property.   They bad not ever  ;haps;:it';.w<^ISf it?9* ff  Isa't> this sound  advicP from | but a few days'treatment-mth this ^ ���������  Mbabea a������d suofclm^ T|x6n tho H  The spoaksrs arstbs childre^sf j aorea begatt^,beal^ and w������ eoa  Mm, Ei Webster, of Seigneurs S^ j '  Montrpal, and tibus ��������������������������� mpthbr wids."  weight to their api������sl.;  She says:  ' * xlf little girl contraot^d acal^  ^disease at school.    Bad gatherings  11 formed all over her heads and not .      ,-.,...      ������ .i; , -    ^    , . -   =������������������  -B only caused the child ^eutet.aiiti ���������1.^������-^*���������������'"-:!������M-Tt?;*������1,1* ������? Sive S  S but niado her very ill.    The 8^ wetarned ^  I diachargea, aud ^uraiBg oa thp \^> ^^Snk.  aiid  \ro -^ero aot &  g tpalp >o; Ieare4 ^ 2ik<s  a ^.  g ail her Hair.    She vas in a pitiable I charm in drawing aw������y the pain, "'  H plight when we tried Zam-Buk, 1 and soon healed the wounds  ^hueU/the^^Za^Buk treatment.  In a short time she was quite healed.  ; ^.^^ylittlo^ ������������  ":0^.'H0^d:^n;,t'hW:;ne(������&,    It set ap  a bad sore, and quite a fe\7 things  -m  Zwn-Buk is ������������iom������thing different" in^ the way of balms.���������'..-. It^  contsinsuoworfulh������s;^inehorbaIe3senee3,wbich,8sBoona8appuedB V9W R/IV  to skin disoeacs, kill ofilhe germs and end the painful BJpMting. j * -���������-��������� ���������������*"������  Other essences cbatainod in Zam-Buk jgo at'imufet* the cells that | Sesd us leant  nexr healthy tissuoiflapsedily formed. Eczem&.itch, ulcers, cold 1 stamp tor post*  coraa.absosasss.fftstering sores, blood poisoning, chronic wounds, | ago; *nd we wiU  cold cracks, ������tc.;are hsslsd andoured ie this way. Usa iii for all ��������� mail Rial box  ekm a juries sad disease* Itiealooof great eervice for pile*. All Ifsegi. BffeSwa  drapgiats and Btbresat 60 cents box, o? Zam-Biik Co. ;Tprbntb,:B this paper.  BSSSL.  SvERftT HOME NEEI>S IT  Sho sat with b*������r fnc on her band, \ ������?iw.> had too much ptuck and courage  looking at tho i������tnj-'c, hn *h<> wan not  , for Ibal..    Sho tboiight tho bout thing  Ilntonlng to Mclha'a marv/>5inun vol^o,  H������if mind had jrone bark to a nomc-  vl/at, nlmtlar arcn������ two yoxins ������go.  whon she wan la>������t tn tho name opora  (toufiA How <tlff������������rnnt fhlnfM had  ���������oomod ihnit! How much iiai������i)U.i *im  lind boon ^n t.hoHa dayti! Hh������ rmmorl  liorHolf pr������u������ntly to find that Copley  ���������waa adrti ounln������ tmr.  ^ Ull,       i       ������������������.*,      IIWKIUH, ������.|l>������      HUI.J, .  ��������������������� inn������n   t1������������   ������|t1icln������������   enrr\*.������}   *������1<*   fii������'<lV  Wbpf nro you Haying?" Cloulny rnur-  tnured BoniethlttK appropriate. There  wu a hard look In hia oy<-������ nn h*> took  4u all  the detail.*    of    &i������y'������    ii������*U  would he to turn down fhla dark nldo  tit.raiit and malro her way to tho Iluy-  tuurkf.t.  I     Bho  wallcod  qolotiy and  ronrlonnly  j along,  the road kouUik narrower an  | mIih Wtttif.    Bho paunod unit or (wo utmi  who mad������ audible romnvkH about her  i appearance, but ������b������i    did    not    hand  thorn.    And, then, ftlr.iont before she  1   . ,        -i      ��������� .      1     M        ...       ..... ...      1   ���������������  IHM .'������, ������.,���������.....       ..^.^4       .*..yt"...       ..,       ������"���������      ....... ,���������  h*r ������1d*������ w������������ T������<������������tr������r1n*r h������e with r������������-  mark* which brought the blood flaming to her cbnnkH. That the nlinht-  t������wl( who Wat molnNtinK Her wa������i no������  *uli*M Old awl Uud u> Uumova tlu������ nil-  &mm  x/.i^.-rrTi1" it'  \}ffj>���������-'" ' ���������'    V*%'���������'���������* 11''',' I' ''4T* /; '��������� '���������' ������������������w-^ji  in^f i 'i'   . "' ������mi,%ff^ 'it^j57i(ij  -������r.i) VJ���������������  w. n. u. No. sra.  been a very brilliant lot of horses and  few had ever paid for^helr keep; but  Raffle believed in the Blenheim blood  and had alwayB prophesied that some  of the colts would do great things at  the proper time.  It recalled-old days to wander about  those perfectly kept stables, and Fielden was amused to see the suspicious  glances cast at him hy more than ono  of the lads. Presently Raffle came In  himself, a short, sturdy man, bent  with age, white-haired; but with  cheeks rosy aa a w ��������� 'er apple. He was  about to ask Fleldeu's business sharply, whemhla faeo changed, and be led  Fielden to ono side. Tt was plain that  the old man waa moved. It was with  difficulty ho kont hia voice ateady.  and his keen blue eyes gleamed with  pleasure.  "I never expected to boo this day.  Master Harry," he said. "And one of  thoao lads wanted to order you off the  prcmlnoc. .Tuat think of It! And they  told me you were dead. T mot a man  In Londvi who tohl mo for a fact that  you were disowned In the Modder In  Africa." .  Flolden's face grew stern for a morn ont  "You're friend wasn't., far wrrnig,  Joe," he fiaid grimly. "It waa a near  thing, but that la too long a atory to  tell now. 1 I'amo down on huBlnoaa,  and I don't, know whether 1 was glad  or aorry to find that no one recognised   me."  "Mian May would have been glad to  sob you," Rafflo nald.  "Oh, wu h.ivu n.'.vc'ady mot, I tohl  hor I wan con-'lhg today ami aho gavo  mn a* cordial Invitation to look at tho  Ijoraos. T couldn't, rofilat a chanoo Hk������4  that; Well, j .oo, I hoi)o that Sir  Goorgb has done hotter with tho "Rlon-  bolm utoclc than I did. I nndoi'Htand  he didn't glvo' mticli for them. I am  told ho bought tho wholo lot. lock,  Block and barrel, for a bagatelle. And  now I hoar there la a Porhy winner  amongat them. Io thai a fact, Joe?  Or la It one of thorn-* fnlry tnlci tbnt  one la alwayrt hoarlng In regard to  turf mntteral"  "Tt la no fairy talo, Mr. Harry." he  aald. "Harrlng accldentn wo are going to win tho Darby this yoar with a  colt locally bred and locally trained.  Tt, Is a nionholm colt, too, and Jf you  bntln't been unfortunate he would  have been ynura. ITo'o only oncn bo������*n  noon In public yet. and nobody but  ourMclvcfl known what ho car. *���������>. SUM.  people will got talking uml our iic <*������w  stands nt ������ whort prlc* In tho hnttlnw."  "I am Khid to hour It." PUilUtm mum)  heartily. "I atn especially ghid to  hoar It for Sir GoorK������������'H sake. You  know nlmbet aa much about the fam-  ��������� ��������� *     * .. ���������*������ .. ,, ,,...., r*t..  HJ      ,+M     *      .������*', .^.,,      .....v., |. tt..������4v .....  OAorern ^nnld do with th* mnriAV. Wn  don't want to kohhIp, you and me. but  I know Sir Ooorgo la a good mfti������t<*r  to you end h'e Into.os'a era v jiitm."  f ���������^Thai.'tt U'uc4 "Mr. Ih^;;,   l'u du ������w;A������  thing for Sfr George, tili.y has !>������*n a  rare^good master to ^e.   But ho '%9:������'i  either. ',';. You see, I served under a  jjieidetifFomthe time I .was ten years  bid till I was close on ssyepty,, and  It was a bit of wrench leaving Heron's  Dyke. Anc" when t.';h:eaT4;:^.tliat:..;.ybU'  were dead, it seemed to rob; sir, that  I had nothing else left to;live for; I  ain't one to show; iny, feblihgs much,  sir, but when I jsaw: ymi; in: the> yard  just how I could _hay6. burst out ery-  l^cy-.ittro a k'd.-- ��������� ou- cu^h* nsvsr tc  have gone away, air.: .But,: perhaps  you did well in "South Africa.. Maybe  you have come back with a fortune.  I'd like to hear you say so." -  "I think I am rather worse off than  when I went out," Fielden smiled, "I  had a fortune In my grasp; but was  robbed by a pair of murderous scoundrels, who will have something to answer for later. And now, take me  rooud to MPUbW's and show me   the  horses. Let me asa. this Blenheim  colt of which such, great things are  expected.'        -  Raffle led the way. across the fields  to the* neat yard along the range of  stables where Mallow trained for a  small owner or two. Whatever the  condition v0������ the house and grounds  might have been, there was nothing  lacking in the" stables.'��������� They came at  length to a loose box, a little apart  from the rest, and Raffle stripped the  clothing off a great raking chestnut  horse, showing a skin like satin gleaming in the sunlight. The expression  on Raffle's. face was almost motherly.  His eyes gleamed with pride as he  laid bis hand upon the horse's glossy  neck. ������      ���������  "There!" he aald proudly, "look at  that! You are most as good a judge  of horses as I am. tell me If he doesn't  look all tho way like a Derby winner.  Just cast your eye over those shoulders, look mt those quarters. And a  real tryer he is, too, and as good tempered as a lamb. I always knew we  should do groat things Bomo day with  one of the Rlonholm colts, but'I nevfer  expected anything nuite aa good* as  thin. Rut. look him over for yourself."  A quarter of an hour later tho two  loft tho box. So far as Floldon could  see Raffle had not over-estimated the  chancos'of tho Blonholm colt. If ey-  'orything went well for tho next tbreo  months. Sir George's fallen fortnnon  would rbe reHtorod and there would be  no moro pov.er.ty- at Harodalo' Park,  Fielden waa' extravagant In his  pralHe, but thcro waa no nnaworing  anthuslnom on Raffle's part, Ho wan  moody and thoughtful. There waa  nomoChlng almost guilty In tho glance  thai, ho turned .upon Floldon.  "What's tho mutter?" the latter  uakud Itiui,  "Mo   mini   nvor   y������t  did     n,    foollnh  1 thing xvlthout holng found ont," Rafflo tmitl.ored.    "Lut's walk ucroiiH (ho  park whorp wo can ho alone becauHo  I have Bomothlng to say to you Tf vou  hSdis't t'xSrried up yet Harry, it -would?  have been alright.but seeing you haver  turned up, it's" all wrong. And I an*  Pound toytell you;    When you went  owoji  /vu  lOit yo������s������*.* auairS  aja. ��������������� CO**"*  fused stats. There was money coming to you from Weatherby's, though  perhaps you didn't know it, and up to>������  this ,year-.'they have kept up your subscriptions to one or two races, ther  Derby amongst others. Oh, I knew itn  and I am going to tell you now. why  I kept the knowledge to myself.   The-  jcai.    /yur   yvvl&v.   '.A^7a.jf      saO     SiaSavawZ*     rf Ow  nominated more: than one colt for the*  Derby and of course the money was-  all right.   Well, after you disappeared.1  and they said you was dead, nothing-  seemed to, matter and I thought no-  more about things.    Sir George took-  over ybu 'bsses, and it w&b only whenj  this Blenheim colt began to shape so-  well that'  I began to  ask myself s,  few questions.    It was easy to bamboozle Sir George, because be was the-  v.'Orst man of: business In the world.  And I can prove every bit of it, sir; T  can  prove every word I am saying.  And therefore it enmes about that this-  Blenheim colt���������this one that's going*  to win the Derby���������belongs to you,<or"'  at any rate.'he was nominated in your/  name, which comes to the same thing!  I daresay you will ask me why I havec  done this, and why I kept the secret;  and I'll tell you.   I really did it for the������  sake of Miss May.    I would do anything for her. I would do anything to-  put Sir George on his legw ngatn. You1  see, I thought you was dead and out-  of the way, and after  all  said and1  done, I was doing nobody any harm-  In keeping my mouth shut.   And yet-  now you havo come back home again/  I feel a bit of a scoundrel."  "It aoems incredible," Fielden exclaimed; "It Is a strange discovery  for a pauper to make,"  "Well,  sir," Raffle said  doggedly,'"  "thwre it le. and thin wonderful chance*  Is entirely In your own. bands."   ���������  (To bo CopNu'ip'i i  "len't; .Tehbs a believoi- in tho faith*  cure?" "He is." "la it true that her-  didn't have a doctor for his wife, the/  other day. when she wan 111?" "It Ih,  quite true." "Well, I saw a doctor go-  lnto*hl8 house just now." "Oh, that's^-..  air right.   He's 111 now himself."  Jones had latoly taUon to lecturing,  on the teetotal i platform. "So you.,  want to marry my daughter, sir!  What aro your principles? Are yon.  temporato?" ho asked of a candidate.-  for a. position-.ot son-in-law* "Tomp-,  ovalo," was ttip reply; "why I'm no<.  Btnvlght that it gives rho ;imln to fliid.  my boots tight."  Ho���������Dai'llng, when ��������� you aro in my-  iiniiH wViii;y burdou Ih llflod fnotn iuuv  like magic. '*'"���������   ��������� -       '  Sho.--Walt till I'vo sat lioro for. any  hour or ho, you'll change ypur Idea.  jPL Drop of Blood  Or a tittle water (rom the human  system when  thoroughly tented   by the  citici   oliciuiol  at   Dr.  Pierce Vi Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., tell* the  ���������tory ol impoverished blood���������nervous exhaustion  or some kidney trouble.   Such examinationa are  made without cost and in only a small part ol the  work of the stuff.' of physiuitnid miuI aurtfaOrtii under  Hie dlreotion ol Dr. It. V. Pierce giving tbe beat,,  ' medical  advlee  possible'without  oo������t  to  the������ar  who wi������h to write and make ��������� lull ���������tatementt'Pti  ���������yipptoma.   An   imitation of  natures methpd.br;  reatorintf wnit������ of tlaaua and impovariikment of^  ., ���������     , ,        , ������ ... r - - ..i,.:������ ,... r.-w.  tUV    l;tUVM     UA,^4     ,������^������  ,VU,h������    IU1VV     i.^      um.'M     *,������.^.^    ,-*..������.t  take art alterative and glyoerla extraot of  rpplfiii^;^  filhout the use ot alcohol, auoh bb '        >    <���������  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery    ' . ':. '^       ' 4 ....... -  ���������������������������������������^ fh������ lrt������.# annoiltn. malrf>������ ������a������imll������tlr>n fM<rf������et. (nvl#Ar������tAa t%*m XWmr anrt  purifiet aud auriohca the blood. It ia the great blood-maker, fleah-buUder  and r������������tor������tiv������ nerve tonlo. It makaa men strong In body, active in mind  and cool In Judgment.   Gat what you a������k fort ifl-'S:  I  ..���������if   l-V-/- T/.-ll-'������J-.''t'<--.Sf������--^'Vl^MTa  THE.CRESTON^REyiEW,    C&ESTON,    B.C.  ���������--::vr>;;"fe-::;-  ?^l^KT.  HBHS������  1 4 ST. NIGHTINGALE  a Stock "Broker and Financial'Agent  a Iu vestments and Loans Negotiated j|  133 MEL. IN DA STREET, TORONTO '  Bapapilna at Leisure  Agnes was a little--tot of fi������'e with  curly flaxen hair, cluaalike complexion���������and a will of her own.  She had' been ill-advised, not to say  eliherately naughty,    at   the   dinner-  iblc  s,nd" mamma had dismissed het*  Somebody Sat on It  An elderly man from the country,  Intent on purchasing some furntiure.  proceeded to the city^to put his skill  Cor bargaining to the test. On entering a shop he found himself confronted by a .Jew. After turning over the  Jew's stock, tho old man purchased a  tshalr.  "A few days later the purchaser re-  chair in about half a dozen pieces. The  Jew looked at them very gravely, and  Examined them all over, then .suddenly  exclaimed: "Ahj/myfrent, me see vat  ��������� lb; der matter; somebody has been  fitting-on'it."  ���������.v.;x'--.-;  to her bed-room, to remain in durance  vile untll'she should expressAdue contrition for her behaviour. "s  Agnes cheerfully obeyed the parent  al order, and showed no spirit of re  pentence at the end of the first quar  lter of an hour.  ?^���������gi^>?^k������-&^i:B-i)  Y---:  ���������'  is m  E 0.  Call *������nri let as explain oar specialAnii-baggtng,    it ��������������� -ggal������3!flg59~'H'39~llnfffii i  .      j,*ir������   *    ��������� ��������� ~.~a       A *������~������������������.������tsv       ^/>������imma     ������*>~C������**������.A~ Sa    wSa   9ftt*M.I".ffa.������t.raa    ������_ Jj>������ ������ ^"*&Jvl~������SS&* i  AalisFi^a.-''' *������#:' ;^urate ' Sowii"^  Learn of the Cat  In the study of aviation!the flying  Wnen������ thirty minutes had elapsed, j men have neglected the scientific in-  mamma called    from    an    adjoining } vestigation of the anatomical and "mus-  vuiur structure oi, the domestic _ cat.  Although there are fewer fails from  the clouds than there were���������in proportion to the number of ' airmen���������it  would be very useful to know how to  leave an aeroplane ftttrripdly in midair and effect a cr.mfr.rts.hls' Contact  with mother earth. The common or  household cat knows how to ��������� ;do it.  Quits an ordinary untrained pussy ^as  I the other day poised on a^thirdttory  .   _       ........ ���������        ana>  room:  "Agnes, dearie;  aren't ycu sony?  There was no reply from the darkness beyond.  Ten minutes later the question was  repeated.   Back came the reply in tee  noflanr   /Htmirv   o*i������i   <������biln!sh   treOiO   Ol  five summers:  "Mamma, please don't ask me any  more.Til coins and iut you knovrv/hsn  I'm sorry.". . -. ��������� .  '[y  iMany  believe  that  nothing  short  of  ;���������'���������'.- theC&urgeoh's knife will effect cure.  They do not know  "'S OINTMENT  The agony,; caused by the intense  .etching,. the depressing and debilitating : effect- on the system, the dread  lost a surgical operation might be  aecessary���������these are the things which  Make piles or hemorrhoids so distress-  ;4ng.:  The doctors have been recommend-  Mng  surgical  operations  as  the only  cure.   But the surgical operation, with  tdttits dangers and 'expense and pain,  "Joes not usually effect a lasting cure.  Many a case has been cured by Dr.  Chase's Ointment aftev  the  surgical  operation'had failed.    Here is a case  which r-dcetors gavj up;  Mr. J. MaV/er, Roden, Man., writes:  ���������-"Dr. Chase's Ointment is a wOnder-  -ful preparation. I had itching piles  for oyer, six years . and though I  tried two doctors' prescriptions and  ���������vised many other preparations could  'not obtain much benefit. The doctor  told me there -was no cure for me, and  that I would have to undergo an operation.; ��������� _  , ' "I bought a box of ur. Chase's Ointment and was completely cured in  une week. As this was six months  ago and there has been no return of  the old trouble. I believe that the cure  .;.     Expressive Shoes     "      \/\  Some persons like brie- sort of shoe  and some another, but the kind -which  was desired by Pierre, a French-Canadian; hass never enjoyed a .wide popularity. ��������� ���������������������������,'���������  "Shoes for Sunday," Pierre stated  to the ;young man who advanced to  meet him as ne entered the saleroom  of the big shoe factory. .'"���������'' > ���������$���������:,.  , He then sat''-down' on one of the red  plush seats and. allowed the salesniah  to Inert his feet in a pair, of bright yellow shoes. When they were fairly on  Pierre stood,: moved his feet this way  and that, took a few steps, ,and shaking his head, sat down again.  "What's the matter ?'��������� asked the  Salesman; "do tnoy hurfeybu??:.tAre  they too tight V* "  Pierre shoolt his head violently.  "She no tight," he said, "but also  she no talk. Shoes for Sunday must  talk, all the v/ay up in church for to  soun' stylish, see?"  She Gathered Him In  It was a wizened littleijnan who  appeared before -ithe ma^isjuate anv*  charged nis wife' with cruel and abusive treatment. Hif������ better half was  a big square-jawed woman with a  determined eye.  "In the first place, whese did you  meet this woman, who, accoraing to  youi stoiy, has treated you so dreadfully?"  "Well," replied the little man making a brave attempt to glare defiantly  at his wife, }"l n������ver did me6t her;  She just kind of overtook met"  windowslll admiring a sparrow,  trying to..Jollow it, .she.=feU,,lrvto.(the, Dysentery corrodes the intestines  street. Hastily, and with, tbars, one. and speedily eats away the jining,  tit: the women folk employed at the bringing about dangerous conditions  shop rushed dbwn'sfairst6''-:pick''*ii!^tho.|,tiiat"--may cause death.   Dr. J. p. Kel-  remains.. She found the cat unhurt,  looking "pathetically up at the distant  window, and wondering how pja,".-.eart������i..(.  she was to get back. Such* a' faculty,;  of descent should be practiced by  every aspirant for the certificate of  the pilot aviator.  Clean Stomach; Clear Mind.���������The i  stomach is the workshop of the vital  functions and when It. gets out of order the whole system clogs in sympathy. The spirit flags, the mind  droops and work becomes impossible.  The first care should > be^tbS-restore  healthful action of the stomach and  the best preparation- for- that, purpose  is Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. General use for years has-won them/."a  leading place in medicine, A trial  will attest their valued      '}":.'''A. T':  logg's Dysentery Cbrdial'Vclears the  intestinal canals of the germs that  cause the inflammation, aud u>" protecting the lining from .further Ravages restores them to-healthy conai-  tion. Those ���������'; subject j ;to ���������% dysentery  should not be ��������� without this simple yet  ��������� powerful remedy.  Had Hade Up His Mind  A Cleveland lawyer tells how, during a trial, uue of iho jurors suademy  rose from his seat and fled from -ae  court-room. Ho was, however, arrested in the flight before be had left -he  building, and  brought  back.'  "I should like to know what ycu  mean by such an action as ihis," demanded the judge, in a lenient tone,  however, as he knew the man, an eld*  eny yerman, to De a simple, straightforward person.  "Veil, your' honor..' r 'vill > expisii���������!,���������������������������  said the juror. "Ven Mr. Jones tin-  ished talking my mind was clear r-15  through, but ven Mr. Smith begins his  talking I becomes air confused again  | already, and-1 says to. meinselft 'I be..-  ' ter leave at vonce;' and stay avay until he is, done,' because, your horn?,  to tell the truth. I didn't like the vay  the argunsient was going"  "Mr. Subbub; your .house is ou i'.re.  Hurry homeland   save .your- belong-  CANA.DA'S  Awarded first prize at World's, "Ea*  position on its work and method^.   -  "Write for a f.ree catalogue. iArat  hIso  fiv,s instruction, b" iuS.il.  i a ore DDAf7iTc im wihvmr crnrr  Bricks  caii be. mids  ffora  CI ^y.   SbaV������  or Sand. Pull Information upon requast.  The   Berg   Machinery   Mfg.  Co.,   Limited,*  ' ��������� ^Toronto,; Ont.  xngs.  Nothing in-the house  worth sav-] the Big Man.  ing.  out;  Everything >we had * is   .loanea  By the Roadside.  The little; boy. sat by the roadsido  idly poking the waem dust with lus  bare toes. When the Big Man can.*-  along- the' little bbyi looked up an J  said:  ."Mister, is this^your;park?",  What'll you give me for it?" quizzed  p|ISBASBS^?1 'MEN���������DR.   DBA!*,-  \j   specialist, 6 College St.. Toronte*.  With a Good Scotch Tongue  A Scotch tourist Swanderihg about  the streets of paris some distance  from; his hotel, found himself in a  maze from which he could hot escape,  and, to make things worse, he failed,  through ignorance of the language, to  get any light to guide him homeward.  Then a happy thought struck him. By  dint, of signs he concluded a bargain  with a fruit hawker for a basketful of  gooseberries, and then, to the amazement of everybodv, he went about  shouting, "Fine Scotch grozers, a  penny a pun, a penny.a pun!"  This went on for: s. while, till, a fellow countryman rushed . forward to  bim and. seizing him roughly by the  shoulder, asked���������"Mon, d'ye think ye  are in the., streets o' Glesca. that ye'  ganc: a'boo't crying like a madman?"  "Couldn't Economize    '  "My... dear. you,, and,.! have got to  agree upon a plan'of some kind whereby we shall be able to keep down our  bills  this  month."  '.'But aren't you afraid if we. do so,  that the courts will get5-after us for  combining in restraint of trade."  inr\C   iVvr ��������� iue  We publish simple, straight testimonials, 'not press agents' interviews,  from well-known people.  From ail oveF America they testify  to the merits    of    MINARD'S    LINIMENT, the best iof   Household ���������: Remedies.  MINARD'S LINIMENT. CO.. LIMITED  She wouldn?t goto bed- ?Jo; Jj">' i  wouldn't. She wanted to stay up. tone  didn't want to be alone. She woum  not be alone.    She���������-r-  And that was why; daddy ^went up  with her, and promised to lie on her  bed till she went to sle**p. . .    .  The weary mother waited for ber  husband to return. The minutes ticked away. Poor man! Would the child  never fall asleep? ��������������������������� ���������:   ..  -"  Then a soft pitter-patter came down  the stairs, and her child niguteia������,  stood once more before her.  . "Hush, muvver! Don't make a  noise!" she whispered. "I sjnged to  farver and he's fast asleep."  Fourteen  hundred mylun dollars,"  replied the little boy.  "All right,"-, smiled the    Big    Man,  just  - No matter how de.ep-rooted the corn  or wart may be, it ..must yield to Hol-  ! low.ay's Corn Cure if: used as directed. I  *"J:  q it. rignt along with you.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AKD 6HIU). ^  JTrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrop has beefs  tssed for over SIXTY YEARS by MII.I,10NS.oS  MOTHSKS for their CHI LUK5N WKJiS  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. St  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the ������VJMS  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC,-and  is the best remedy.for DIARRHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Wiisslow'3 Soothing Kyrup.V and take w* ether  kind.   Twentv-five cents a bottle.  ^RtiNt^r^feii^^EiGir  -- ^...ji.-    -i'ss co'dSo henls  the throat end inngs       -       -       ��������� ��������������� -=���������"  Moderation' is the silken, chain running through the pearl chain of all  virtues.���������^Fuller. . ;. . ',  We can help make people bright by  our keenness, but we can never accomplish anything toward making  people good except by our tenderness.  ���������pRTkhurst.,   -"; ..:���������.';-;::.-  is a permanent one  One thing certain Dr. Cbas^'s uint- _...     ���������_  ment will bring you relief from the relief. "Ye're just.the man I wis look-  dreadful itching and burning almost hng for. D'ye ken the way to  as soon as applipd. I my hotel?" . "  To make the cure ^borough and last-1  ���������������������������t-r~r  5ng.it Is only necessary for you to  keep up the treatment regularly and  persistently. Don't be satisfied with  ���������relief. Dr. Chase's Ointment will cure  completely if you will do your part.  SO cents a box, at aTl dealers, or Ed-  manson, ������ates & Co., "Limited, Toronto.  Doctor.���������Yes,  the    symptoms    are  very seriouB.   You must go to bed at  once, and I'll call and see you twice  \ day. ,  Patient.���������Ih that case, it's lucky I  Joined the club last week.  Doctors���������A  club  case!     Good  gracious!    Why didn't you say so?    Take  a.-pennyworth of Epsom salts;  you'll  be all right tomorrow."    ���������  ��������� - Magistrate.���������Why did you strike this  man? ''���������''���������  Defendant.���������What would you"" do,'  jrour' worship, if you kept a grocery  shop and a man came in and asked if  he could take a moving picture of  your cheese?  Isaacsteln���������I vos tired of life. Gif  we some poison, and so I vill kill meln-  flelf.  Chemist (jocularly).���������All right.  What do you want���������arsenic or strych-  . ftlne? " ���������        ���������"  Isaacsteln���������Vlch vos der cheapest?  The Bishop's Move  Bishop Talbot, the giant. cow-boy  bishop, was once attending a meeting  of church dignitaries, and one of. the  clergymen, whq had been urged, by  a tramp to. give him some money, sent  the fellow to the bishop. "He is a  very generous man," said the clergy*  man, "and he might help you."  The tramp approached Bishop .Talbot confidently. The others watched  With interest. They saw a look of surprise come over the tramp's face. The  bishop was talking eagerly: The  tramp looked troubled. And then, finally, they sav/ something pass from  one hand to the other. The tramp  tried to slink past the group without  speaking, but one of them called to  him��������� ���������  "Well, did you get something from  our brother?" .-..���������...;-,,  ;. The tramo grinned sheepishly. "No,"  h*������. admitted. "I gave him a dollar for  his new cathedral at Laramie!"  Fair Question  Willie.���������Teacher- says we're here to  help others. >  Pa.���������Of course we are,  Wiille.���������Well, what are the others  the  TO  CURE  A  COLD: IN   ONE   DAY  Take  LAXATIVE  BKOMO  Quinine  Tablets..   Drusrgista refund money  if it fails  to cure.    E. W. GROVE'S signature is on  each   box.     25c.  A clergyman in the Midlands, well-  known for his kindness to urn g<Mv..s  tramp, had a wooden building placed  at the entrance to'the grounds for  their benefit, with a small loaf and a  jug'of water on the table inside. Recently on visiting the hut after one  of these travellers had left he found  that a portion of the loaf had been consumed and a penny left. A scrap of  dirty, paper set forth that the copper  was "for a penn'orth cheese for the  next bloke."  Nflnard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  .Peter's Pence  Two Irishman, were in a city  recently,   waiting: their'turn  at  cashier's  wihdb^. :? ^;#^ ���������.,.:*  "This reminds me ot Fmnegan,   *������������'Q  ������^What  about ^iniiegan?"  inquired  the other.       .'-'.������������������-'"''''���������'���������������������;���������'���������"' *.���������*  ���������"Tis a story that Finnegan died,  and when he, greeted St. Peter, he  said, 'It's a fine job you've had here  for a long time.' /    ..     .    _  '��������� 'Well, Finnegan,' said bt. reter,  'here'we count a million years as a  minute   and  a  miiiioh  pounas  as   a  " ������"Ah.' said Finnegan, Tm needing  cash.   Lend me a penny.^  0^���������  " ?Wait a minULe,  boiu-uw,^���������"*������������������-���������  '���������".'   Duty -������������������������������������.J^  ,   He was an immaculate, servant.   To  watch him serve a salad was to watch  an artist at work.    To hear, his subdued accents was a lesson in; the art  of voice production.      He never slip-  y������ArT- lie never smiled  and -b's mutton-  chop whiskers marked him as one of  the old  faithful, stock.    But one  evening to the surprise of his. master,  he, showed  unaccountable    signs    of  nervousness. , When the chicken .came;  on h.e confused it with the pheasant.  He  served  everything in i the  wrong '  order, made blunder after blunder, and  put a final touch,to his shame by upsetting the salt' over the only superstitious, member of the party.    Then,  at last, when the  ladies had retired  to the- drawing-room, he touched his  master on the shoulder.  ."! beg.your  nardos,  sir." he  said in  a respectful  undertone; "but could you. manage to  SDare me now, my house is on fire."  AS GOOD AS A DOCTOR  HOUSE.  IN   THE  mim yea  OF B1SFIG  !|\.������  IW.  e,"Evor winca 1 was :. lltl'.o erirl, thirty years ,  ������������o, '1 lu.il nufJurod iorturca fruia ec^uuiti iii  onu of kn worst forms. TUo dlacaso runs in  my family, mid mlno wus of ������ scaly and  tiaotb dlsllKurliiR kind. Tho ccr.oma formed  la round rings, and tlmn scalon all over  my faCA mid llmhn. I  Imvo been flmotltorcd  from Iiouil to foot. I wua  horn in Loaminnton,  whloh Is famous for-Its s  mihitnir bailiu nun pump.  wivt<������rn, and ono wottld  tlilr,'.: that artr.r ta'.dns  the troatmont thoro rcjf-  uhujy U3 X did, tho  ulmwio would ions a������o  liivvo heen cured, but It  wan not.   I' Attended tho  ������������������. Hospital for ycaro  and yours, so you will nco  ���������m       ...     * iwv������ ������ B fn,r trio''  Tlvfiryono In tho town knew or my oahp. My  fnco was dlHllirurod very badly. , A doctor  tola mo that X uhould never net rid ot It. I  ' ictorH' hills, and I attftnrlM  JUt nothing did ,uny itoud.  npont pounds in OoctorH' hills, and I attflndi"1  suvoral hOHplluls but liitthlng did any gout],  "Thnn ono day nn unclo of mluo r������com-  mondud the Umloura Henicclli^. 1 toolc hia ,  jiilvit-c-., inn! (:.iniju-nc( il id -,!!,o IVii. Ciillcitrn.  Uoai>, To my antonluhmcnt an Improvement  st oneo cot in, and ay hair, which had neon n>  compl������ito miuM of i.cul,',a uiul hOiuf. jooa  bonan to look in niilondlil cotidlllon. Then  I, Ijouuht a box of Cutlcura OlntuiRtit, and  this ci������nifld my oliln ���������vomlorfully. In a fow  vtuukx' timo ull lint-en uf llio ucitly vruptloiia  bad coiui4<:toly dLuipfivarod. Now my nkln.  Jn clear and healUiy, and thanks to tho Cutlcura Itcmodlco I am completely cured ot  ������etema. All my nelfthhoiirs worn astounded.  TJip Cutleura Ilcmccllco aro worth tholr  weight In ROld, and oua tablet of Outlcur*  Soup bom further than four calces ot cheaper  ,.f>*,,M        1*   \ynt.   !^rA,i������l,f   ttftnnlnriiii,   Intni   mw  fiiru. IJullcr. 17, Franch  "���������"    '     Jortou. Bit.  A Tip to Travellers  ��������� Scene.���������Scottish     station.      Ticket  collector,  In making collection!  finds  an old  gentleman fumbling    in    his  pocket for his ticket.  Ticket Collector.���������Tickets, please.  Old Gentleman.���������I'm just looking for  it  Ticket Collector.���������-Well, I'll look in  again In a few minutes. See and have  It ready then.  Ticket collector returns shortly, but  the old gentleman Is still looking for  It.  Ticket Collector (suddenly).���������Why,  yoifhave It In your mouth, man.  Old Oontlemnn .(giving him the tlck-  eO-r-Oh, so 1 have!    Here you are. '  Another,'passenger. In'the carriage  as the trnln moves on, to first passenger���������I'm ufrnld your losing your  mempry. sir. , '  FlrHl. PaHBehgor���������Nao fear o* that,  nne four o! that.' The ticket was a  fortn'cht nnhl. and I was Just aookln'  the date afi'l!  Preferred' Her LeaBhed  A lady canvasROV called on old Far-  mor OlloH and proceeded to cross-examine him on tho Hiibjec*; otJrtB political faith. Everything else proving  hntlsfftctory, sho produced a formidable .fjocumont. "I have hero," ; she  tohl him, "o petition In favor of tho  wowinn'R miffrago movombnt; and I  ahould llk������"i you lo wlgn It."  Tho old man was unable to road, but  h'o took tho petition and rogavdod It  with a ttusplclouB eye, Finally be  handed It. back. "No," ho said/with  an air or finality, "no. I don't hold wl'!  movomontn. A woman that's alius a-!  movln' lo allua KOttln" In trouble. It  you've not ono that'll keep her qulot,  I'll Blgn it."  "They way Tonny'n   iniurluH    were  thi������ rouult of a practical Joke."  "Yes.    Tho chappies told hlin that  a big, liurly follow In tho Bmoklng  room was deaf and dumb, and Tony  walked over to him  with    a    nwoot  mnilo and told him ho was a fool."  ."Well? "  "The man warm't deaf and dumb."  Lover (distractedly).���������"Answer me,  Fanny! I, can bear this supence no  longer!" ' j  Voice of Father (from outside).���������  "For heaven's . sake, answer him,  Fanny: for I can bear his expense no  longer."  ' Wife of Labor Lea -ei*  Like Mrs. Phipp Snowden, who has  proved Buch a valuable helpmate to  her husband, Mrs. Jv Ramsay Macdon-  ald, wife of the Labor leader, Is a very  clever woman, and Is as keenly interested as her husband. In questions of  Rncial reform. She has served on  many district and Industrial councils,  and when her husband first stood for  Liecestor, in 1000, sho worked hard  for hlB succoss, spoke at a number of  meetings and won a number of votes  and now friends by her bright and  clever personality. Sho confessosi to  a fondness for hluo-books, whllo her  children, she says, aro very fond' of  discarded pufhuimmUu'y puperti, "They  shape them.: Into wonderful boats,  houses and animals.  Mrs. DaBha'way���������Yos, whllo wo were  in Egypt wo visited tho Pyramids'.  They wore literally covorod with hieroglyphics. ,  Mrs. Nfawrleh.���������Ugh! Wasn't you  afraid Tiomc of 'em would git on you?  Try witiHE m mnmw  Yn KnA>W������ak, Wean,Watery !]��������������� a������4 B  GSMiNULATfeDEYEUD* ���������  Mnrht������DoaBn't8mtrt-������o6theBEy������ralai  Murtea Br* Satoa/lm AM������UiTa1iM,**���������. tlJit  VYK.BOOKB AND ADVIdl VMH BY MAIL  MurfJi*Ey������Rwn*d3rCo^Chlcia������a  "Yonr.nl".���������T**!d you nv������or iiotloe that  the matrimonial process Ih like making a call? You go to udore. you ring  tho hollo, and you give your name to  tho  mutd.  CyiilcuB.���������Yoo, and then you're taken iu.  Baby's Own Tablets should be kept  in every home where there are little  ones. They are as good as a doctor;  aro absolutely safe and, can always  be relied upon. to drive away any  malady arising from derangements , of  the stomach or bowels. Concerning  them Mrs. O. A. Wheeler, Northlands,  Sask., says: "I have found Baby's  Qwn Tablets an invaluable medicine.  I live twenty miles from town and  doctor, so am glad to have so reliable  a medicine at hand. I consider the  Tablets a real necessity in ,tho hopie  and shall never be 'without them.<  They have kept my baby well and  have made him a bonnie baby." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  ,or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Unfamiliar  "l think the country is Just Bwoot,"  said the ������own young lady. "I love to  see the peasant returning to his  humblo cot, the sturdy figured outlined against the setting sun, the faithful collies at his side, and the plow  upon \ his shoulder."  MIriard's Liniment Cures' Col<i8r Etc  "What's tho matter with you this  morning. Delia?" asked Mrs. Wise.  ("Q! 'tna'am'," Voplled the servant girl,  '"tin the terribio earache I havo thlfl  moiiiln'." ' "Ah, .you nhould bo careful, Delia. All the key holos in this  houne aro very  draughty."  ! .  Natural Wash Tuba ��������� -  On a tiny rock isle in Clear Lake,  California, there 1b a perpetual soda  fountain', from which gunhes bettor  Boda water than tho chomibt can produce. Furthermore, tbero aro natural  wash tuba and washing machines, and  .in pome pkoiiu ovon rendy-mndo nonp.  In tho YnlWiitonb Notional Park tho  "My husband is particularly liable  to seasickness," remarked the lady  passenger. "Could you tell him what  to do in case of an attack?'      '  "Tain't necessary, mum," replied the  captaju,  uji imm m\m mhha  We eavo you 50 p.c. on all drug.  store goods. Patent Medicine, Rubber Goods, Trusses, Electric Belts, Elastic Hosiery, Elastic Supporters, ete.  Our' large illustrated catalogue shouia  be in evsry home. A handy refersncw  and help'in orderingl goods by mail.  Ssent free upon ^.request.  THE F. E. KARN CO., LIMITED.  Canada's   Greatest   Cut-   Rate, Prug  House, TorontOs Ont=  '    Euclid Described  A young lady that describes Euclid's  elementary of  geometry:  "A book full of ridiculous puzzles,  scratchy drawings, like the Free-Masons arms without the compass, a&&  capital; lettere stuck upwards and.  down ways and sidewayR and every way  except straight like a Christian alphabet."  To clean old glass pour ammonia  on it, scriib well with a brush an������  rinse with clean water. Dry and pol-.  ish and it will then appear as now;  Rifles For Hunting  Shoot a Winchester once and  you.will shoot a Winchester '  always: That's "because Win J  cheater rifles after a test of '  over thirty years represent (  today in accuracy, reliability  and quality, the highest development in gunmaking. Whatever your }  preferences may be, some one of the nine  different Winchester models will surely suit  for they are made in all calibers and weights  WINCHESTER  REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN "���������  Thl* !������ all it cents you to keep your s^cV/in  worM'o nicirt  <amoun nnimnl tonic���������  prime condition  >A  V  A Mathematical Query  Little     Hlx-ycur-old     Hurry,  family wash may bo oaBlly disposed  of; Boiled clothing may bo put Into  a stout bag that may bo hdng In ono  of the boiling springs and loft thorO  w.hilo the owner goes about her bus!  nortH. When tukon out, tho clothos  nvo nr������ cionn and whito that no rinsing  Is necessary.   i   "Wot'B Wllllo goln' nronnd wit' dat  foolish i������r\n on his face tor?" "Why,  ain't you hoard? Ile'o wont and toll  In love."  **i  International Stock Food  Every cent invented In tlila wonderful henlth-'  a\vur, kriiiKii bnclc (UiIIsih in hirunur, healthy  hori>cK, cosvh, hUuup uud lu>K������.  Careful tenia show that 4 quarts of on tii (ind  the ro������ulur teed of INTEUNATIONAL.  STOCK FOOD vi I keep honaes iu botter condition limn  I'lVE i|������iirlt. oftiulH witl.out it.  INTEUNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will mnko your cow������  (������nin I to 4 ounrtM of milk nor ui������y.  VBBTIHO>.\lAI< Nothing   like  lS'TlC H K'ATION A I,  n^-Hm������.,Nin..v������. iR.mu.    STOCK FOOI> to fatteniininialH for  Toroiit'i, Out. denier for it.  liave hud m������r������ ukm\ rrom tw urn Hook for you. JiemI ua yoiir,ii,������rne and  limn r.iiy t.tlirr kiln! I nvcr iim-,1, iiddrcHit, una tell u* the uunut.'.i- ol hew  uud ilo not euro to xtirt vlntrr    (,f utock you own,  ISJ!.,n.*. p.'SJ U c������.%?:   WTEBHATIOMilt STOCK tm CO. lirtrt  . ' ' MKNDON TIIIB I'ArKS.  ���������        i are sola CTTf.ry-  whtire, but thonu who wIhIi to try tliom  without charko ������uty do no by ueudintt to  Potter Drug <k Chum. Onrp., ������2 Coliimbuii  Av������i.. Tlonion. II. H. A., for n, lllmrtil enmpU  4it  jllU4tt AM>B^-������t������JO,   M4kU U*>*V< iUu.UK UUUlu  W. N. U. No. 870.  Vrt������������i Trni h������r���������Yon, .Tohnny. when  tho mlllonnlum is oomo the lamb can  \\a down    v.'lth    tho    lion in  perfect  nafeiy.  Little .lohnny (doubtlnRly).���������1 mip-  poflo that'o no, btit. I'd rather be tho  lion luHt tho Bamo. ������  I It ?.rMT :**��������� ������������������������'"������ ������������ tri-Artr m������������r> In bA  a Chrhitlan, but It talcou all thoro lu of  him.  whllo  roadinK a obaptor of flonoflln, pmiBod  uud uoked Ytla mother if in thoi������> *b,y������  people uflod to do Bumn on tho ground.  He had btftMt rcudliiK ������*���������"��������� paacaRO,  which uayu: "And tho ooncof mob  multiplied on tho face of the earth."  "CI  *'!r.~ r.*"** "'���������'���������������* ��������� *������������ *������������������������������������������ f'���������������^r^r���������>,,  "Junt a'ilttlo Hlnoe fall beRan. We'vo  moved in from tho front verajmuu ������uu i u������ *uou ��������������� ������.������/  he'R movad In from tho baclc Btops." ' liottummauolr.  "Mother, can I make ho love I vo not  another llttlo girl to toa?" "Yes, darling." "Then may I havo some moto  BwootB and cake for hor,-~lnt fl, cos  Bhe'H a very greedy littlo girl.  Ono uyllable of woman'o upooch can  dl���������olve more of lovn than n mnn'd  heart can hold.���������QHvor Wendell  HolmeH.  Wrtmnn. dccnlvod by men,, want to  marry them; it m a wuu ������i >-uv������uko, iwj  Economy  in  little  things i������ just  at  important  as economy  in big thing*  EDDY'S   MATCHES  will ar.cv.'cr on" of yovr 'vroitnirtv rjitr-Hlion*." 60 yeafjt  of constant r>rttftrment ha������ hrouant them to auch frerfeo  tioii that one Eddy Match does th������ work of several others  of inferior make.  ALWAYS   ASK  FOR   EDDY'S.  riUHMUtfUllttHLM  ,     * .  MhA.MWuVri^lMM,  iiii^itipiii^ii>)i8������g������Mt!lje^^ agaa  &>mgssss������������m  ���������Sv^pw ��������������������������������� ���������i'ii iggf S'gTSwi^tfi'^i  Pnslipissd svery Friday a$ GtwSua, SlsiEisb C^wauwJi, ty tSs  tag und Pob.LHhlog Company,  ������HBWTEB Ii. W'SIJE  Editor and Masegss  ^r^Si o������ *is sesle of the Kootenay and Booadary rnntess ^**J������X *g^;  tend pnsehsse and land i������t*e notices, $7 for������������raMry ^1J^&tTima������  tfssWSils. 91 Per inob pstmonth; ^ll^tf^^cfn^^lS% year to  and .5  advance  .00 ,b year is  f b of local in-  be brief ������������d  *% /OU will make ao mistake  jj|lHlP^^^/| | :.: y.Hea you: gttt.^rt. we...������������*���������*.  j"      T" j   ���������. * ':   if you sign the register'vat  ���������'.I B_������;,'  , ���������   \ men mil substantia  Travelling  We  ������?/   *������W  ,ES KES? ON WINKING  The mhwmwxmsnt that D. S. Timmons, president of  the Fruit aud Produce Association, won second prize ������t t*e|  Spokane Apple Sbo* os his  entry of a box   o! Wealthy  apples comes as welcome news to tke Creston Valley ranch-  This makes Creston a winner 01 five prizes - lour firsts  A  ���������������������������������  study the comfort 01 our guests.  JR^li-   1    ������1.-    - -������-~   ������w*������11   f\i+t\%a\it*A ttt  t s���������-���������1  13  Nyais* Stomach and JJ^erPiUs^M  H excellent   A   purely   vegetable  % They act as aingprous Carikat  g out griping,  ',������������������*& 1* ������ ~i'i= ��������� ������ra ������#������?<-  1 vw    ^^^- j      Headquarters for Mining Men, jg  I Cala   e^sffcj ^umbersnes,  Raneksfi, Tourists   ||  and Commercials.  ������5t������  Splendid for Bilious Headache.  Sold for Tweniy-ffoe Cents at Be  and one second - out o! seven exhibits and gives the Valley  an average which is far adeve the majority of fruit grewing  sections that displayed at the big show.  Crcsioii's victories at the Spokane Show s?e the more  remarkable in iriew of ^he fact that the local ranchers who  displayed there made no attempt to force their trees to bring  prise winners. The appks sent to Spokane from Creston  were taken from the ordinary pick of apples. Naturally the  "*^*^t ^?ere taken from, the boxes for display purposes but all  J. B* Worm  Prop, 1  Jk  Greston Urug&Book co.  ie51  JL    ifl."*-  I  it. is������s ������^^ ^.������ ^������^a ***er the armies were takes from  ^s trees.    We have no doubs but that these  same "com-  mon run" apples weremeompeotioawnxi **������������v ***������. ���������.- -k^"  Valley will practically decide upon what basis they will incorporate and thereafter the entire district will have an opportunity to advance along lines of unity of purpose. The  Farmers' Institute and the Fruit Produce Association will  be combined under one management in a busines * way and  pauy is launched under the right  principles  |g        grown for the express purpose ot tajUuS y^w  *rt,������  ,*������A   QW  ��������� 4" .Ua   ������AA������ttr ,*%J*������-������rfc  it should be a success. The Review believes that the incorporation is one of the best moves that the ranchers could  Such plans have been  tried in  other  communities  Y-*~~������v>-~w������  sa  1 Transfer. Liverv and Feed Stables *  B        E9B  a WO     =  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of rUBHOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  uunAV,  * I and have seldom failed.  ���������tt  *">  &       All ClaSS Ol: i'Ui*iJ������v������Ui������3BSppii=4l ao   e^v^   ������������������w.       _ ���������- - ^  8 GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses & |  1 Speciality.                             ^                    . |  *      "        "*         .    " ������  ^������ , . .   f,������ _n __.!,..������   v.n4>W, Tin wire anri mnii. ftild E66I cUi vZwiSSS w?  t-- t.^ * r������..:* MV^mA������������ tha* force their trees to grow J  a   large Suiuua %.������* umi, s������vn������������ ������������������ ��������� r������ j  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin .Maufg. Co.  I am prepared to fill all orders, both "by wire and mail, and meet all trails    '&  " a*-- ���������* --_i-fc     r-mnmawioi rnn������i mud iaadseekers. will    ^  gO\*M.  1 ,  5JV  tra fertilisation, by plucking leaves away  froa the fruit and taking off practically every apple escept  the ones  tnat they want to put en the plates at Spokane, j  They are satisfied with a plate of prize winners from a tree*  that if allowed to follow its natural course would bring sev-|NE3rjSON assessment district  I Joe* scale.  I  to look into Creston's chief industry  There I induced    many  s 11    at any honr of the day or night.   Oommerci^i men and mnas^KerB. wu*   A  \ ������ ..:  receive prompt atteufcion ^  iti  A    A  H.' v>. M'bUreath,- r rup  ���������������  1   V������"iw*   :_���������������  eial boxes of apples lor commercial nses.   Creston  sas sot  reacheithatt*advancedr/stageasyet and juagtsg from her  shewing year   after year at the various shows -?d!! not have  to go to such measures.  "It costs on the average $100 to properly eiear an acre  of land of timber on the benches in Creston Valley. It has  been estimated than much less than $50 per acre would clear  an  acre   of the fertile land in the flats of the Valley of  water".  This antithesis in clearing values was made during the  course of one of the many discussions of the lowlands project this week and can be used for consideradle interesting  figuring on the possibilities of just returns for the money  expended.  Fruit laadsv according to statistics bring much more  in the way of returns"per acre than the ordinary mixed bnt  statistics also eay that the good truck farmer will if he de-  votes his atten ion to truck alone get just as much profit, i  not more, from his as does the fruit grower. . It all depend  wp-m whether he alternates his crops of vegetables in th<  right manner and upon the degree to which he enters into  intensive farming.  If the lowlands in the Creston Valley   were   reclaimed  it is practically certain  that   there   *rould be  considerable  truck grown between the Lake and the boundary line. Tbt  ��������� soil conditions  would  attract that class of agricultural men  and  this is wnat Creston wants now.   The Valley  has the  fruit  men and  tbey   will always  be tne  strength  of tht  community but that strength would be considerably  bolstered up if there were a good  class   of mixed  farmer here  wot king  with them.   They would undoub edly join  with  the  ranchers in their fruit growing company and would  add t:> the strength of the company now forming.  The Provincial government should remove the water  uc^������u������c it is the ov/scr of most ���������������' iW laud ami w������ l>r:1'i*v������*  that it will when it finds that the people of the Valley want  it. But it will iu our estimation never turn a hand unlet������  the r???V ������������������" *h;������t thev want to nroercBs and have the fla t  1   ���������   . . ������  Before this time next week the ranchers o! the Creston |  Leaving Chatham on Novemher   11,  I took   transportation   for   different  Notice is hereby given thatjpoinis in Ghio,   a   country 1 folind  all taxes for the year 1912, for very mucn ^ 0aiafi0e  son Assessment District are  now due and payable at my  office in the Court House,  City of Nelson.  And further take notice the  publication of this notice is  deemed to be equivalent to a  j personal demand by the Collector of all taxes due and  payable by persons liable to  pay the same.  Stenhen H. Hoskins.  Collector,  Melson Assessment   District.  Dated at Nelson, B. C. and  [anuary, 1912.  THE  CANADIAN   KANIC  AC  IJLJ 4X. V.^ I���������  '���������^-{i"''-'^'-.<!7    '���������&���������'���������  BBvtTai large u!BMB?s0tOric5    lit Tolc  do, Troy    and Oincinnatti.       Going;  from there I travelled the hills      o!  Kentucky and Tennessee visiting sev-  mining is operated very eztensively.  From Tennessee I went to Atlanta,  the finest city in all the south where  the beautiful parka are certainly a  heaven of rest and glory.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, OA'.O., LL.D., D.C.L.. Pssswt-nt  ALEXANDER J-A'.SD, Cemerau Man/mu-.i ,  CAP1TAU - $10,000,000  REST, -  $a,ooo.eQo  SAYS CRESTON  is  E  % S. BEVAN WRITES  OF TRAVELS  Sees Cetten Picked "fJSSI  Rn Georgia I was taken around in  a& auto and    k������W     the happy  ixv^io  picking cotton, and their singing   at  th������ work, mokes the average northerner stop and oBk them many foolish questions Just to hear them talk.  Here   I   also   visited several o! the  largo cotton   mills, where some use  'orty   bales   (10,000   lbs.)   per day,  nanufacturing all   kinds of toweling  and cotton goods from corderoy   to  finest musllnB, giving work to thousands   of men,   women aud children,  but I was sorry to see children laboring here as young as eight years of  ago. It is very interesting to follow  the cotton from the'field growing on  th* ntalk to tho finest cloth. Flrot tlu  cotton ia planted in ro'wsv.ahout     *  feet apart   and   1 foot   in the row,  then fertilized^ with chomtfcal fertilizer and cotton seed meal.     After    11  Is about alx inches high It io     kept  cultivated until In bloom,    Tho first  day the   blossom appears it is whltr  (Continued from Page 1) ^ ^   ������mm   v^   n6%t flay thp  also pride themselves in having ono bloom fallB o(t, Thcn tbo 1)OWl or bu(1  of the finest depots on the American tormw wWch wheIl fuUy matured is  Gontlncnt a large stone structure fin-Lbout lj lncheu tn slzo. It thou  Ished inside in solid marble and brans buratB ott<m mCi hangfl out BticklnK  I took th* Grand Trunk R,U. from 1 to tho bowi, The bowl ha8 Hl3C Aiv.  '���������.hwe to ������7 eW ������">������1r������������ nimttiam, Ont. | ,tT���������t  !Htu ,^)������ Wbl������h  ^mttnlm*  Mia  THE SAYINGS BANK "DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at-current rates. There is no  delay its withdrawing* the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed. A334  . Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing- the ownership of the money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  bis wife, or for others depending upon him, ih the event of his death.  /;  <PERCY '���������B, F0WLE8, SK&nager, Creston Btznch  ������  Y-*ra  Cannot  Poultry-Raisitig  From a Book  TJ^^J**"  ���������ff-  Pitids Thi^t  Other Fruit  Raising   Districts   Arc  Having    Troubles  There is only one r������gl\t w&y. ;C6 learn how to raise poultry, and males  Et pay from t.h������ ntmrt, aind that Ih to learn from experts who have been  through it all. ��������� , ,;.r  Tura in exactly the Hnd of instr-aetloft th* Jnt-*mfttJo������������! ConMjfmond-  enco Rrhoolo offer you. This ie NOT a book scheme, but a home Course  of practical lesoonH, representing the lifelong experience of the moat tuo  ceiaful poultry raisers in the world,   m  turk   .������������������ ,   -     .-.���������   _  iwj   uuuiuh  rnles of poultry; diieaoes of poultry;  Iceys; water fowls; squabs; etc., etc.  What makes the Course pirticulurly valuable ia the fact that the  which I left twwmty years ago, but  ".hlng* did not look K������-od to me like  they did   when   %   was ������, boy, That  juoUUtty   MO0UHM   to  MM  (**-****"*  "uin,H.v������i*������uw  (a country that nnm to snip train-  load������ of npplea a������A pMehes now 1m  almost ���������utlinly   wiped   out   hy, Ban  cotton. Th* negroes pick the cotton for dfty cents per hundred pound*  In cotton   or   common gunny sacks,  WUtitt lUU  UiOy  otupt>   kuuiu mio lu^h^  wicker baoltcta which are weignett anu  (Oonilmted on Pace &)  m  I. C, S. is associated with tho largest poultry farm in the world���������the  celebrated Rancocas Farm, at Brown's Mills, In-the-Plnes, N. J., famous  for its fine Rancocas Leghorns and DAV-OLD-CHIX, and where 30,000  eggtt arc morlictcd every week.  The I. C. S. has spent thousands of dollars In preparing this CSourse---  the only one of its Kind���������a Course _  that you can master and apply in   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5  tliafc equips you to handle a few hens   ��������� *>��������������� **��������������� "Scwmtow, P������. 4  ������-!T .manago  a, Jarge  poultry farm.   ���������      ������.>������*w* ������#���������.<> w# i������������#, t������������ *un������������rt umyt X  *I������IH M>UI'W9i Will HtJlU you JUUU ur> i/Jiu-    ������    ������i>iik������i/ww uhuf |i*������,, ������(><iuiM> i������������*o������il"a* im������   ������  many other I. C. S. Courden have ��������� r������uioy<(i������ui*������ Comm.  helj^cd thousands of men and women *  in othar walks of life. *   ���������  Tho attached coupon will bring * ���������m*  you descriptive circular of this great 1  and mail it tc������Iir������'. ���������  tmtmtrf*m"*f^*"*"*mmtm  *mttommwm***##*'*#'***������****m  si.&m    i|}illfl������  !���������**���������*���������'## ������###������������#������*##������������������<���������>������������������ ���������*  [  U    \  i''*fcr'  uM*AMji&sjiMi������mit*&Whm  tMLtmitmmtumAV'^ ymi*mmKm*tim  ^^a^-^ii^-a^af^^ HntL ^'.'.'MitfwuiHfeniiitt  .* Jtf?IIBi?L2'^L^L2Z uAixuMua  ������llMlltilllillllimMlllkiWill)>l llllllllHwllUlHltMIWBWaBIWIIII  m ^hSrr'lfy-; -^,W.'.*;'li!W.''ri;'^*V f'.Hi?/  vS:;/j^^  '^^^mm^^^^m^^^^^M  THE   OEEB^  &E8T0N,    B. <X  Bpqimppn'rW*^*^ggwcww*<^g!IB  Miin nmwmlmji'ij wwLis^aass  ���������Si-.cTBP.ss;-.^.'^/-'.-:.--;^;  ?BBB-������������������:::������::;: aii^TiJ-:  BBBH.'-v.'-:������::-esres;,;gna -  _. & s  a  ������?. SURT03, Proprietor  I  i Mrim  --BBBBSL  OF   7h������  TRANSIENT  I  This Hotel is one of tlie  best known and popular  Hotels   in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly'  up-to-date  and   the   bar sup-  ���������nliorl  wifrli nnlir tTi*������ V������f������������it rvrJVTlcl  sr~���������~-���������   *-  j   ������������������ - j- -  or goods,  ���������  s^sAifiiirna  This was the headline.thai^'^  view last week. In  tne  accewM* **������  says they carried  There is a lesson here.   Are your hosne and  building* protected?   If not see me at once-   ���������  s  ���������������������������f"*  reston,  Fhoue"No. 1  G&B&T&N.   a.w  p O. Bos 33  emptied in large wagon boxes., Theyjwish ail my Mends in Creston ^ the  ������*VBIflil&������J'-  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CoNsjfcWi,  His  "Heavy work, severe straining and evil habits in youth brought oa  Varicose Veins. >Vheu I worked hard tho aching would become  severe and I was often laid up for a week at a time.    My family  fhyaician told mo an operation was my only hope���������but I dreaded it.  tried several specialists, but soon found out r.ll they wanted was my  money. X commenced to look upon all doctors as little better than  rogues.i One day my boss asked in������ why I v.-as off work so much 3nd  X told him my condition. Ho advised ma to consult Drs. Kennedy &  Kennedy, as be had taken treatment from them himself and kr.ew Eg  F/.*bi6y were squaro and skillful. X wrote them and got The New, ������B  Method Treatment. My progress was somewhat slow and during Ba  the firet month's treatment I was somewhat discouraged. However,  X continued treatment for three months longer and was rewarded  with a complete cure. I could only earn SIS a week in a machine  shop before treatment, now I am earning ������21 and never loose a day.  I wish all sufferers knew of your valuable treatment.  HENRY C. LOCUST.  :liAS:>Y@llil--BL  ^^^^9"%  NEEN   DISEASED?  m  then take it to the gin.  An average load is 1500 pounds of  which 500 pounds would be cotton  and 1000 pounds seed. The cotton  is /haled in a hale about 5 feet  square.     IE for local manufacture it  I remains in the size, if for espsri-^it  .stakstt to the compressor and compressed to   5x2x2.  The regular cost is   65 cents      for  gining and' 15 cents for compressing.  : I spent a week at Griffin, Ga., S^rs.  Bevan's old home which is a typical  old southern city where nearly every  street is lined with large oaks and  magnolia trees. Close to Griffin is  the Georgia experimental farm.where  I stopped for & few days, and it was  from here 1 sent some Creston  friends   some   cotton  compliments of the season.     I ������m,  Yours very truly,  B., S. SEVAN.  AS.  ������5������  r? magnolia  BLOOD POISONS are the most Tsravalent and most serious diseases.   They sap the ������  verylife blood of the victim and unless entirely erauicated from the system will cause J3  serious compUcations.   Beware of Mercury.   It may suppress the symptoms���������our.NEW kfl  HH������THGD cores ttUiilood diseases. ������|  =     TOUK������ OR MXDDTS A(JED. HE!r.~Imprudent acts or later excesses have broken ������1  ��������� down your SyatejO.   Vou feel ihs symptoms stealing? over -ou.   sientaiiy, physieaiiy asits 3  vitaUyyouajeaofcthemanyouusedtobeorshouldbe. Willyouheed thedangersignals? In  aDEflWCB'Areyottftvictimr Have you lost hope?  Are you intending to marry? Has gj  uCABIklB your blood, been diseased?    Have you any weakness?    Our New Method wl  TRSiTKKT-i?Si euro yoti.   "What ������t has done for others it'will do for you.   ConmuitaHor* as   1  Free. "No matter-who has treated:ydu..write for an honest opinion FreeofCfcargis. .������3   I     -ffmrn  hpre I    Went to Macon  SeaksPn)������^,*Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood."   (Hlustratecl) on diseases of Men. ||  j    Brom neie A    weuc w >  ..._.- ;. m    a'Deatlti������ul   city   in central Georgia,  this is the home of the great peach  RIFLEMEN    TO   ENTERTAIN  The Creston-Briokson Rifle Assocuv  lion held eh interesting nesting Tues-  day nishfc and deoiled to give an entertainment of some natnre in th������ near  rntnre. The exact kind of program  has nofc been decided npon bnfc has been  placed in the hards of a committee for  solution. Th������ commiStee is composed  of Johu Hayden, James Stocks, Thomas  Jrawford, Capt. Fitzgerald, E. L. T;  'i'iylor, John A.- Orompton and Bd  Haskins.  oneSaqded kernel sssftgee ao,������  000,000 BUSHSLS^  Lethbridge, AIta.s Jaa. 4th  If one extra potato were added to each  plant grown   in  the United States the actual  increase in the   annual yield  of the crop would amount   to  21,000,000 bushels.   The figure is given in  a   report on  "DryFarsn Crops and  Their  improvement," by Froi. Fs  LiTificld oi the Montana  cultural college, and publ  by the International Dry-Farming Congress in its annual  handbook,  "If one extra kernel were  added to each head of oats, j  barley, wheat or ear of corn," j  says Prof. Linfield, "we wouldf  I have of oats, 20,000,000 bushels extra; of barley, i5,ooo,-  000, bushels extra; of wheat  15,009,000 bushels extra and  of corn, 5,200,000 bushels ex-  tra. And not for one year  alone, but for all   time,    this  1:11 saff"B_ai b &  .������'������������������������������������.   AnilHtS    riflils^g-i  JfSBfsiSSs  i .'^^w.^iarsis'l  Call  or send tor  UUi  i  !  New Pamphlet which is   j  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc  Head Office  CAtfeARV; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  slight increase in   the   yield  m m ^-^   -!  Shoeing all th������ Verv latest  P'_-k;������v.h in Toadies Hats,  TrimmTnga, Fiowew. Ribbons.  leaves.  Ga.  SO NA^SS II3E& WITHOUT W-RrTTE?^ CONSENT.. PKH/ATE. No aasses ob  m  j^VeS^TEwrjJl.i<������ OwSdeaUal.  Question List aad Cost ������f Traatment  FRESffOkHOMETREATMENT. -  Mrs. William Crawford entertained a  number of her friends Monday   at a  Znew Teux-s dinner.  _19.i^Ei^ll������il  Cor. AMciiigan Ave. and Gris^oid St., Detroit* Mich.  BBR^MW^aBB HTBTT H ���������* 5? " All lecters-iroiu Canada Hiust be addressed  m^na fiv^fflllvm ,- to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  "^"^������������������^^ ���������MMWMM"iwB'i -snent-iti Windsor. .Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at bur Medical Institute in Detroit as v?e see and treat  ���������o patient* in our "Windsor ofHees -which are for Corrcspoadsnes and  "laboratory for Canadian bushieas onlv.   Address all letters as follows:  S>RS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY. *WinJ8or, Out.  ^Rtate ������������ aw psivats address.  country wbere I viewed an orchard]  of 1,000 acres ot peaches. 100,000-1  tree peach orchard. ., ..!  "Leaving Georgia I came to pothan,  ono-. of"  the    liveliest   .cities in  the.  EOUti). ���������.������������������������������������.-.������������������.-.  It-will be "ladle*; choice'' on Friday  ���������vening,   January   12."  The big ieap  Tear dance "which everybody has been  %expeoting to come, along sooner or later i  has been annonssed for th&t ^ateandl  it ^mises.to be fee -moat popular dance J  of |he year.   The dance  will be given j    ^  under the .matwwaent of Mr" C^e,^"   g^j^gy gehool  ������." "*     iETea^nne. Sermon  of the bushels to our crops.  <sGlean,plumpi selected seed  true to variety,   not mixed. j|  free from weed seed and from! 1 JVlTS*   Fl  disease and with strong  srer-i*  minuting power should always  be planted by the farmer as a  means of increasing his  own I ^^LtiS5  yield." ��������� *������*-****������-  I _--^ -i  We have also a large stoclt rtf. 1  Children's "Wsarsnsf Appsffe=* s  for the FftU and Winter seasons    |  Y  ^h^.i'5 Uauor, Tobacco  i*r,d Drcasc ciare sraef^gt-  the musk^ -bemg ������ffsrad b- Mrs. Case ^  ^taepianoiajdMrs.J. A,  Osomptou on  Through    the   Review   I desire ��������� to|jfehe Violin.   ���������  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Ohnroli  Jan. 7th (5th Sunday in Advent)  Tur������ti������'s. IAtanv Sermon U a m-' 2  Eriofcson School House 3 p. ���������.  B  - Sp. 'Bl||'-  7:3Cpm||"NgLgON  Philip O. Heyman, (Vicar.)  WI������oie������������ie . i  We are preparing to order new hrns of stationery  ���������ujant  Let us know  order it for you  now what you are likely to need during the coming months and wewitt  now and when you want it we   will be prepared to give it to you at once  .r -,������. ^ this time by letting us know what styles of paper you use.  ^e expect to offer you the best that can be obtained anywhere during the year 19x2.    \ou. can assist us at *       y ^^^j^ a3 merchant, rancher  Each:' person bas his or her own idea concerning what is best in letter head and envelope lines.    A neat   letter head tor y  or lumberman is nlways an advertisement of that business. I'nen may oe we can merest you m soniCvmu6 ���������e   -������-   ������������������   l  Billheads, Statements and Manifests  Posters, Dodgers and Plaaards,  Business and Visiting Cards,  Menue Cards and Bills of Fare,  Circulars and Announcements,  Counter raas ami oiiipt>Aixg   Ao.to2t  In fact you can get practically anything you want in the printing Hue atthe office of  mmmmmom     ^mmnu.    *mm.   mm  |(ir_ MHNSSBI t������t     ���������������*���������������������������   SJSJSJBJ||||ft    Ml    MB  jpiS^^  mmiamrmmmnmtmn.tm,'tnunt< w������M������������������p<������m ���������   ******-������.J-*.  www m m  * r������Jv  '*m  f������  -rA  ���������l    ..,1;, ... '       .M,.!".���������������'���������    ���������    w*1        * fr-*'T,>v  " . .      -    . .*      j.,r*- '��������� ' ���������   ������������������....������������������..,  mils    HiUMwUlUJUWifT.M  wsit h  ft'*:'  "fritfr.,. *&,���������  \ -       .--  p:r '  THE   CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  i<^^- ��������� ���������**  ^i-ip,"  T  ��������� ^.  &,^-.  Si.a?:...--  |&'4?.?^'.-:  if'Viwi':--"-  fe������M  Bfe  If- -'������������������  il / ���������  Si;';.  Ii ���������: ,  ������<���������������.���������>  it  ft  K "���������  ^r  Bli'S  it /  I''  |H||ifi4H El'X>Hu-flL^ a ism ii"���������  STfE^psJpFSYQl!  Have you ever heard of a case of'  catarrh, bronchitis, iufiaimnation of the  lung's,  or pleurisy thsttxditi. not start  .VritUi'a common cold?.,"-':">-"-' -���������:"-.-  Kvery' cold-Tyouvcatch. has in'it the,,  makings of one or other of tbesei/disr-  eases, i ������ it can break down your defences.  Andi even if it does not develop into  something more dangerous, it -will keep .  yon thoroughly miserable for a week or  ' two at least.    .. -���������> ';���������������������������;,'��������� ::;: .. .  The wise course, as soon as you feel  the cold coming on, is to start taking  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and'Chlofodyne, and keep it up till the  cold is kncelsed out completely. ' This  splendid cough syrup will do the trick  quickly and thoroughly.  You can feel perfectly safe in taking  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyue7 or in giving it to your  children. We'll gladly give your  -pliysica.il s list of its ingredients if ^oii  like. Your Druggist can supply either  25c.or 50c. bottles. Th'tNational Drug &  Chemical Co. o������;Canada^Xiniite^.. '. jx?'  punching,    that's  A Tactical Blunder  It was not an important case, but  the young lawyer ^wf������s anxious to  shine. When at last there stepped into the box a -'diminutive out-at-elbows  youth, the pleader thought his  chance had come.  "You just loaf about���������stand on the  corner. Any occupation of any .kind?"  "No," and the youth shook "bis head.  "You just loaf about, stand on the  corner of the street,- and so on."  "That's, all, mister."  "What does .your father do?'-   .  "Favther.    NOwt much." '  "Doesn't   he   do anything  to  fteep1 the famiiyr'i%:V;  "Sometimes *'E gets an odd Job now  an* agin like."   ������  "Ah, the young barrister smiled. "As i +������  a matter of fact, your father is a lasy,  worthless, good-for-nothing idler."  "Ah, dunno," drawled out the youth.  "Maybe he.is, maybe he isn't. Anyway, you can ask him for yorself. *BJs  Eittin' there on the jury."  ��������� ncjr     ^-iiaiiyCCJ     >   S3CS3  After he had roughiy shaken off the  head of the third belated  passenger  .who. had sough!, repose on his shoul-  ���������'clerJ. the  stout man  proclaimed in a  voice loud enough to be heard by ev-  erybod; in the car that next time any-  i body went to sleep with his head pll-  1 lowed on his shoulder, he would give  1 that head a good  What he would do.  The stout man's wife said "Sh-sh-  sh,'James, don't get so violent."  "Violent!" said the stout man. "I've  a right to be violent. I'm no pillow.  I'm no feather-bed. If anybody thinks  T am just let him come along, and I'll  show him."  At the next stop two women came  in and- found seats near the stout man.  Presently the younger and prettier of  the two began to yauw and drop her  head. Lower and lower: dropped  her-head, and soon it found a sub*  stantial resting-place. The stout roan  sat still; so very still did he sit that  his wife wondered what had happened  to him. She leaned over and looked  nast his bulky frame to find out. Her  face flushed.  "Why, .James", she 3aid indignantly,  "don't you remember what you said a  little white ago about punching heads?  There's a head on your shoulder now."  "Is there", said the stout man,  meekly.    "I hadn't noticed it."  It was apparent then that if there  was anv head-punching to be done  somebody besides James would have  to do it. Also it was apparent that  somebody was perfectly willing to undertake the job.  "James." said the stout man's wife,  significantly.  He wriggled uneasily until the head  was gently dislodged: then the stout  man and wife changed places.  help  Rejoice, Ye Landsmen  Of cures and preventatives for sea:  sickness  thei'e have  been    no    end.  Many attempts have also heen made  diminish the rolling of ships, the  most   successful   of   which,   perhaps,  has been the application of the gyroscope.     A   German   engineer   named  Prahm. claims to have solved the rid-  i die by placing a tank on each side of    i the vessel.    The two tanks are eon-  ���������.���������������..-.       tJ,    ^. ' ' .   _       ! nected by ai pipe provided with any  .���������fS,"������ V%\^te% ^*���������^J^ s������ita������>le devlce ^ varying its effect-  ^rtue.W-a ^ttle of Dr. Thornasbc-JTe cross-section and the fractional  lectnc 'Oil. as a-subduer of ������;ia:>M than!  Oi! on the Waiss-a  It has long been known that oil  poured upon the surface of stormy  water has a wonderful effect in calming it, and many vessels have probably been saved from destruction from  this simple means. v  The reason of this curious effect .of  oil upon the water is superficially, apparent. It depends upon the viscosity,,  or adhesiveness, of the oil, which  causes it to act somewhat like a skin  drawn over the more unstable- surface;  of the water, so that, the tendency of  the. latter to break into spray:$s it is  driven by the wind Is restrained. The  danger to ships from a high running  sea arises from this breaking of. the  waves. As "long ?s the surface-of the  waves is smooth and unbroken, the  shin rides easily upon them.   .  But while the principle upon which  the oil acts is thus evident enough,  the real method if its action is not so.  apparent This has been subjected  to a mathematical investigation by a  British   scientist.  It is shown that the viscosity of oil  is so much greater than that ot water,  being in the case of olive-oil more  than two hundred and thirty times as  great, that the water'may be regarded  as a frictionless liquid in comparison  with the oil. The surface tension between the oil and the air is also shown  to be considerably greater than that  between the.oil and the water. With  these data it is found that there will  he no breaking of the waves unless  the latter vary in length between two  fractions of a centimeter, namely,  nine-elevenths and five-sixths,  The result would, ot ovrarso, v?.ry a  little with different kinds of oil. and,  as a matter of fact, the reports of  mariners show that there Is a considerable difference in th������ effect produced upon the waves, depending upon the sort, of oil that is used. Petroleum and various kinds of fish-oils  have been emploved. The effect is  always found to be beneficial, though  varying in degrees.  IWMWIffMlg^'rU'WUMT.JSr'SAJ''- **tVitUUKHiSSf^jj������������l>������������ N .-������.  B5S -<    x  HE."  No need to apologize to family or guest -when  Md0NEY'-does it.   -RODNEY'S. BISCUITS are  always right.-.��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  packed���������and they are as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  mi a ���������'������������������.VSG*  -RFECTION  As a vermicide there Is no preparation that equals Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator. It h&s saved the lives  Oi.   countless  in gallons of other medicine.      The  public know this and there are few \  households throughout    the    country  whsrs it cannot, be , found- - ��������� Thirty ,  years of use has    familiarized    the  people Tvith it, and made it a household  medicine   throughout  the  era world.  resistance opposed to the flow of the  water.   In this way the oscillation of  the mass of water from side to side  can be regulated in period and phase  so  that  it  counteracts    the    relling   soldiers at your funeral?  tendency of the ship.   The Prahm ap- j  ���������_���������  Comforting  Mother tin a very low voice)���������  Tommy, your grandfather is very sick.  Can't you say something to cheer him  up a bit?  Tommy (in an earnest voice).���������  Grandfather, wouldn't you like to have  ������re the great favorites for every day use.  They are made in the big sanitary factory &  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  in sealed tins as you prefer.  1 HI JMfcMfc :���������**���������- E3Sk  -^ssag^S  Coming to the Point. ;  After naif an hour of silence Hira  suddenly spofle.  "Sally, I've* been a payln* my    respects   to   you   for   five   years   com-:  \ the  '���������Pirange" and  the "Corcorada.  [ and is to be lasisHed on their colossi sal new steamer, the "Euror>a���������"   The  ' idea is not a new one. though appar-  aext. August, ain't 11"  "Yes, indeed, Hiram  mnlous reply:   "\Vhy?"   ;       ; I  "Well, all I'm a-goin" to say is that I  Tin durned  sick of,  the    instaimen.  oian."  "So'm I! " said Sally.  entlv Prahm h������s improved upon the =  methods of regulating the water flow.  TILL  HE      FOUND      RELIEF  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  IN  ~    *i,"  . ' ^ ! A similar devsce was tried on H.M.S. ]        .  was the *.-*-1 Is,fiexible so far back as 1SS3. jFred  TSere !3 more Catarm m ������nta section ot the ������mnri9  than r ' "^^r ������Hfu>}>si������������ nut. together, and until the iui\  tew years wan supposed to be incurable. For a grai<  many yimrs doctors pronounced It a local disease &r.Q  prescrlbtd local remedies, and by constantly faiiiti?  to.cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable.  fecletjCiB has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore rcaulres constitutional treatment  Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured, by P.:J.- Cheney  A: Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the omy constitutional cure on  the market. II ia taken Internally In doses from 10  drops to a ieaavtoonfut, Tt acta directly on tho blood  and mucous mirfiicrs o; the ������ystem. They olter one  hundred dollarn tor any case it tails to cure. Send  tor circulars and tratlminlals.  AddriKis:  V. J. CHKNr.V & CO,, Toledo, Ohio.  Hold by PniKKlstfl, 7!>c.  Toko llall'M family I'llb tor constipation.  ! !r������ the Prevailing Mode  i     Nov>" if the rile in a. rasping tone j  should call the singer a bore. 1  And a monkey -wrench a nut from |  the vise, would the plane just smooth  things o'er?  If the house was full and the water  drunk, -would the hose reel all around?  A Simple Answer  A law case was proceeding in old  Mexico, and a mining expert was on  the stand as wltnesB.  "Where were you born, sir?" inquired Iho lawyer.  "In England,  sir."  "How linti'iuy timos have you crossed  the Atlantic?"  "Twenty times,"  Thr> lawyer jumped up and addressed the jury. "Your honor, I impeach  the veracity ol' this witness. He says  he wan horn In England and crossed  the Atlantic twenty times. It would  ho lmpoKHihli* for him to have crossed  the Athmlic that number of times and  be on this sldo now. There Is por-  jury here, your honor, TTIr visits to  this ni<lr> would in alt e odd ��������� numbers',  and yet ho is here and has the audacity to Hwoar thni h������< has crossed the  Atlantic twenty times. I impeach  him, your honor."  "How do you explain this?" asked  the turtco stc-rnly.  "Why." said I lie witness, "the last  time I came to this country, I came  by way of tho Pacific: Ocan."  *  Swarsson, of Saskatchewan,  sends a message of cheer, te' those  who feel the weariness and discouragement that comes from  broken rest,  Macklih, Sask.��������� (Special)���������Those  who suffer from sleepless nights and  get up in the morning feeling tired  and. discouraged will    find    renewed  Capable  A certain editor had cause to admonish his son os account bi reluctance to attend school.  "You must go regularly and learn  ' to be a great scholar," said the fond  father encouragingly. "Otherwise you  can never be an editor, you know.  What would you do for instance if  your paper eame out full of mistakes?"  The child looked up into his parent's face with childish innocence.  "Father," he said solemnly, "I'd  blame 'em on the printer!"  And then the editor fell upon his  son's neck and wept tears of joy. He  knew he had a successor for   the ydi-  And if the waters could speak as i hope in the statement made by Fred  they flow how would Long Island > Swanson of this place. He could nox  Sound? sleep  at  nights.    He discovered   che  If you hoard ��������� a spell at a shore hotel cause.    It was Kidney  trouble.    He  The  Pill   That  Leads Them   All.���������  Pills are the most portable and compact of all medicines, and when easy  to take are the most acceptable of  preparations.    But  they  must attest  their pov^er to be popular  is the billow that you pay?  If a single car weighs several tons,  how much does the whole subway?  Can a scavanger be a cheerful man  wh������n he's always in the dumps?  If the water nipes In a dance hall  burst would the dancers use their  pii*������ps?  If a Harvard oarsman, rows in a  sh^l. in what does the salmon roe?  If no prass Is grown in the.frozen  NVi-th. what then d������es the F.skimo.  If n gun missed fire would a r������ara-  elnito?    TriW r+uff gives me a nain.  If Franklin Park is a beautiful spot  whv i������* .Tanr^oa Plain?  If the bullfrog wore a bobble-skirt  would tho lily pad���������and hark?  If a narrot can swear, can a orocuc  too?   Enough ere we all crow ill!  This is the frivolous port of things  that Is dubbed a Daffydlll.  discovered the cure. It it Dodd's Kidney rills.  ."Yes," Mr. Swanson says in an interview regarding hiB case, "I was  troubled with my Kidneys for over a  year, ao bad that I could not sleep at  nights. After using one box of Dodd's  Kidney Pills I found great relief.  Four boxes removed all my pain and  now I sleep well and I am as strong  in my Kidneys as any man."  If tho Kidneys aro wrong the blood  becomes clogged with impurities and  natural rest is an. Impossibility,  Strong, healthy Kidneys mean pure  blood, hew life all over the body and  that delightful rest that is the sweetest thing in life Dodd's Kidney Pilla  always make strong, healthy Kidneys.  melee's Vegetable Pills are the most  popular of all pills they must fully  meet all requirements. Accurately  compounded and composed of ingredients proven to be effective in regulating the digestive organs, there is  ao surer medicine to bs had anywhere.  On the Lens Trail  It was in the backwoods of Canada  that the young Englishman and his  wife had settled down. But rarely  did they see a fresh face, and even  ~hen a stranger did chance to call It  was always late at night; in the early  morning he would be away again.  So little Johnny had to content himself with his own amusements and  find out excitement ,fpr himself. By  the time he was four years old, he  knew the names of dozens of animals  .and birds, but very little about human  nature.  One day he saw a strange, unknown  creature approaching his home. He.  watched it until it came quite near*,  and now th^re seemed something familiar about it. He turned and ran,  wild with excitement.  "Oh, mummy, look, quick! Here's  a funny fing like farver, coming."  It was the second man he had ever  seen. '  ^S     ���������.TZ^l    IT    ^^ i         iv^Ma    in    law _    ul    ���������> m ^^  Toronto's Famous Hotel  1  Uses of Time  "1 saved ten minutes a day at lunch  for twenty years."  "What of it?"  "Oh, it was well that I saved this  time, for now T spend two hours daily  in the antlroom of a dyspepsia specialist."  Many people have receding gums.  Rub Hamlins Wizard Oil on gums and  stop the decay: chase the disease  germs with a mouth wash of a few  drops to a spoonful of water.  "What did he die of?" "A slight difference of opinion, near as I can find  out." "Oh, a fight?" "Not at all."  "What then?" "Doctors disagreed and  he died before they settled it."  A Milan Skyscraper  Milan is moving with the timer,, and  'will soon havo a skyscraper unique in  its kind In "Europe, according to a  Paris eonteiiipuiary. It will ho of  fourteen stories and attain a height  of fifty meters, or over 158 feet. Tt  will be erected In tho Place du Dome,  on tho sight of the Cadlcan, the famous residence of the more famous  Glangaleazzo Vlsconto. Duke of Milan,  noted for his conquests and his patronage of art. There will bo seven elevators, ro that the highest story can  be reached with ease. Tho idea is duo  to the considerably Increased value of  land in the city.  Little Girl.���������"I've got a father, and  a mother, and a grandfather." Old  Gent.���������"And how old Is your grandfather?" Little Girl.���������"I don't know,  but we've had him a long time."  Young aridi old Vi;we  them. Some abuse them.  They get tired, starved.  SYMPTOMS:~~Lo$a of  sleep and appetite, iji-  digestion, irritability,  eventually wrecked constitution.  Alcoholic remedies  stimulate only.  Scott's Emulsion  aoothes and nourishes,  feedft the nerves. A  natural nerve- food, containing the salts of Hypo-  phoaphites. Iodine and  Glycerine.  NO  AbCUHUL.  A Feint Impression  An   Irishman,  moro  patriotic  than  clover, onliHted In a dragoon regiment  I with the Invention of becoming a gal-  j lnnt soldier.    Tho fencing Instructor  had experienced rather a difficult job  Mi   th<>  niriit,-r of explaining to  him  tho various ways of using tho sword.  j "Now." ho said, "how would you ubo  | tho sword, if your opponent 1'olutod?"  I "ik'd.id." said    Pat.    with    gloaming  ! eyes, "I'd tickle him with tho point to  i sue it ho  was uhammlng."  Perhaps  "Why." said tho young man who  tvios to ho cynical, "aro dogs and  horsos ho much nioro fuiiutul in Ih.iir  frloudiihlpu for us than our follow  humnn-hoingB?"  "Porhaps." ropllod Mrs. Caynnno,  "It's oftfii duo to tho fact, that wo treat,  thorn with ro much moro klndnofls and  connlri>rn%)n."  The Reason Why  Inspector.���������Why do you think this  dog wan stolen from a lndy?  ConOtttOHJ. MMUIUIHH   wilUII   T    vvu'llmu  down Htsract with It, H ntnppnd In front  of  all  tho  drain-ra'  windows.  Minard's liniment cures garget in cows  'Minlster-~.My dear little boy, why  don't, you carry an umbrella when it is  raining like this?  Dear Little Boy.���������Since pa has stopped going to chuvch ho never brings  homo any more umbrellas.  A Typographical Break  Henry Wattorson, odltor of tho  Louisville Courier-Journal, was ono or  a group of riowspapor man who, during  a convention of that fraternity, were  ono afternoon talking of typographical  errors.    Ho said".  "While I've heard of a great many  funny typographical breaks In my  Umn, about the oddest and moat humorous transposition of typoB that over  [ oamo to my observation was that in  a Now YorV pnpor soino yoarw n^o.  Tho paper usod to print tho shipping  nows on tho same pagn with tho obituaries. Imaglno tho gloo with which  Its readers found tho captlonn ohung-  od ono morning, a long list of rospoct-  ablo narooH being sot forth undor tho  marine hoad, 'Passed Through Moll's  Gate Yosterday."  Her Father.���������I told you that you  could marry my daughter when you  could write a check for $50,000. Have  you written it?  Her Suitor���������Yes. sir; it only awaits  your signature.  SMIoMCam  ���������Diclcly Mops coutfhs* cures colds, heais  tn* throat and litnd* -       <SO ceata.  An Armchair that Grew  A Corean gardener onco fashioned  nn armchair of natural growth, that  iB Lu say. formed of a vine which tho  gardhor had bent or twisted so as to  produce a chair. It Ib also studded  with seeds of tho glngkoo tree, which  has grown In to the fibre of the vine.  After the chair was fashioned in the  way it wus cut from tho ground* dried  and polished, until It rosembled mahogany, It is ii foot 4 inches high, 2R  Inches In width and owing to the hardness oC tho wood weighs over 100 lbs.  PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS  Your dnuwlHt will refund money If PASCO  OINTMISNT fallH to euro any oi\h<> or  ItchhiK, HI hid, Blooding or rrotriulliiK  Piles ill it to 1.4 duyH.      00c.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  "What are the Christian names of  the young couple next door?" "We  shan't be able to find out till next  week. They've just been married, and  he calls her'Birdie and she calls him  Pettie."  Human Misery  If we could measure the pain ws  receive from unkind words and ������a������  kind deeds; from expressions of dis������  trust, or suspicion, or scorn, or fe������  proach, from the forgetfulness of those  who remember and the indifference of  those we cherish, we should probably  find that it comprised by tar tiw  greater part of our misery. Take*  separately each one of those. littts .  pangs so freely scattered around and  so constantly endured does not appear  so very important; but, coming aa  they do, one upon another, day after  day and year after year, they preen  heavily upon ub, taking the light froia  the eye and the Joy from the countenance, and deepening the wrinkles  which eye alone would trace but lightly. "Small sands make up the mountain, moments make the year, and  trifles the life. ,  Hard on the Colonel  An Irish battalion contained a umu  who was noted for his general untidiness and who could not be made to  Improve himself, oither by reprimand  or punishment. At last a commanding  officer hit upon n. bright idea. Ho  ordered Pat to be marched up and  down the lines of the whole battalion,  tho men being told to tako a good  look at. him. At the conclusion, how-  over, Patrick unabashed, saluted tho  Colonel and said, "DhlrtleBt regiment  Ol iver inspected, sorr."  Tho Stranger.���������"And who aro the  Murphy's ancestors?" Mr. Murphy���������  "Ancestors! WhafB that?" The  The Stranger.���������"I mean what do the  Murphys spring fromT' My. Mnrphy.  ���������"Tho Murphy's spring from no one.  They spring at thim."  When his friends tell him to hop������  for the best tho wise man knows il  is all over but the funeral.  FwtJiuV CmprcBalvoly)���������Suppose T  should bo taken away suddenly, what  would bocomo ot yott, my boy?"  Irreverent Hon.���������"I'd stay horo. Tho  quantum Is, What would bocomo of  you?"  All Alone.  Miss Vnnal���������I only Blng whoro  voice Is approolatod.  Miss Hitt���������Do you elng   much  yourself, Ooar?  my  to  MLL   D*UQQimTB  ten  IMll  ibwmI  W. N. U. No. R70.  Tho Cuiitomor.���������Is this double-quick  PhoiimutlHm.ltcinody any Rood?  im ~.k.������������������"....'.    ?"*-'"* --*������������* r������"I'M  t*~������ ��������������������� nnff. nnd vou'll always uno It.  It In not known jup.t how lonp; ���������mon-  quItoB can live but tholr avorago life  la much, longer than la ordinarily supposed. Thousands of them Hvo  through winter, hibernating or anleep  in dark places, and although the loin-  poraturo may fall far below fronting  they are not winter klllod, but on tho  approach ot warm weather bocomo  active again.  V.eturr"" W*plornr ���������-"Yen, tho ^.ohl  was so intense at tho Polo wo had to  ho oiireful not U������ pot our dOKn." Mlira  Youngthlng���������"lndoed! Why wan  that?" R. W.���������"You noo, their tails  woro frozen iillff, and If they wagged  them they brolco oft."  Dlnf.rr.tlon in moro nei'.Mwy t.p w."-  tnon than eloquence, berauuo thoy  have lens trouble to speak well than  to npaak little.���������Fathor Dm Bono.  Landlady.���������Isn't that Rood ohfekon?  College ttoarder. ���������It may have Immjh  a good chicken morally, but phyMlotilly  it In a wreck.  "Hut," protebiou uio wti>wu������4 uuu.  "you nhould mnko allowanco for tho  follies ot youth." "Ural" growled tho  old man. "If It wawn't for iho allowance you got thcro'd bo leue folly."  THE BEST WAY TO KEEP  THE HAHDS CLEAN.  Women hnv* to do dirty work on the  farm������hwc-Uun tiiemcn. Oicumug ]uuijj.t������,  blacking stoves, pnrliifir potatoes,  scrubbing floor* and milking, are all  hard on the hand*.  The thounaiuln who are using SNAP  find it exnetly what women need, and  i������     . ������ .    i.i,...������ _ ���������_M  T+ in n wonderful hand cleam-r,  Inulantly removes dirt, utainn ana odor  without much rubbing, and keep* th������  hand* smooth and free ot chap*.   It 1*  Indignant Neighbor.-���������"Tho llttlo  hussy. Fancy hor mother allowing  hor to go about In ono of them Directory drosses. It's scandalous." Tho  Little flusny.���������'"Taint a Directory  drcae; it's <vn aoeldorit. T fell off the  fence and toro my frock."  Patient.-���������"Tho examination Rooms  to have delighted you, doctor. 1 judge  from your happy countonanco, that  you can save my life." Dr. Sawbones.  ���������"I cannot promise yon that, but wo  must perform n number of most interesting operations upon you."  Tho Pnrrot'a Tooth.  A llttlo girl onco stroked tho bonk  of a parrot. Tlio ill-natured bird bit  her, She wrung hor torn /hifcjcr unl  cried:  "Oh, dear! I,thought it was a nose  and hero It's a tooth,"  A double barreled telescope, to permit two poroonu to view tho samo object at the same tlrno, ban boon invented by a SwIbb optician.  Tread all llfo'n wayo with awed,    ox-  j(������j<;iui������l   fool'.  M������n Jostle llonvon !n evory common  street.���������Lnngbrldge.  Ho who will nover do anything that  he In not paid for will noon roach tho  j-1- ~��������� ������>.** ������r> wo will nnv for anything  thut ho dooB.���������ChrlBtlan Hoglator.  OPERATIONS  AVOIDED  ������������������������������* II**'������������������������������������"������������������!   ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������  By Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Bellerivor, Que. ��������� "Without Lydia  E. PinkhanVa Vegetable Compound I  would not be alive.   For five months I  hnd painful and Irregular periods and  inilnmmation  of  tho uterus.   1 Buffered liko a martyr  and thought often  of death.   I  consulted two doctors  who  could   do  ;'��������� nothing for mo. I  " wont to a hospital,  and tho best doctors tmld 2 must  tiubmit to an operation, because I had a tumor.   I went  back homo much discouraged.   Ono of  my cousins odviflcd n������o to take your  Compound, ob It had cured her.   I did  so and soon commenced to fool better,  and my appetite came back with the  Arnt bottle.   Now I feol no pain and  am cured.   Your remedy le deserving  of praiac."��������� Mrs.   Emma Chatel,  Vallftyneld, Brulerlvor, Quebec.  Another Onevttftloit   Avoided.  Poughkeepole, N.Y. ���������1 run a sewing  machine in a largo factory and cot all  run down. I hod to givo up work for I  could not Btand tlie pains in my back.  Tho doctor said I needed an operation  for womb trouble but Lydia E. Pink-  ham'a Vegetable Compound did more  for mo than tho doctor* did.   I havo  gained five pounds. I hope that cvory-  onc   who   l������   woffprinp   from   fomala  trouble,   nervousness   and backache  will  tnk������ the Compound.    I OWS ������y  thanks to Mvo. Plnkhnm.   She ir th������  working girl's friend for health, and  all women who suffer should write to  hor and Like her advice.���������MlS8 TlIXHI  1 JfLKNKlO, 3 J ay tot., i^mguiic op*U>,2*,T.  Tuiulj ju.; cf rv,-"-r,l!-'*"^ *m^-m  Intaklng    and      outgiving���������gottlng | confirms the power of Lydia F*. Pink-  good and  giving good���������that la  our | ham's Vegetable Compound to  tout  mala bunlnews.���������C, O. Amou.  Carnal* dlnanta*.  WilitfiiUMIil. f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^&i^^S^^^^^^^^^M  mmimm^wvaz.tti.3mim.  .���������f������if.������Sir"������iFttvisi'  ���������:/.tT^;;.T^;^^^^.:j^,ft;,^:.^i;T;^:Sg,^  ;*'!'?  Reported Wassiacre at Resht .is naming  ������:J?������r������ian.;*'^  J;f';;;.:;;v;;;;ispi^  !;&?;:.iU:\:.vS^^  ;'':fi;S;;-;Ka?e.vC^  i#^^'^:isitt!e.:#ddvti>c^il':;te  WW  .at:ivaribu.s';'p^  ���������������������������.KSt^Pptbr^^^  '/Tabriz; sayg.tfhja^  ^'useiahsltiilea> ahWs^  iri?<tbb> recen t> ;n"Hhting;-iBl;.thM.;:feity^^:iS'  ���������sbbultbiievti^  fyX'i- 'X'}lx .^ft?*  ;:v:;;;;VA:;|^ii^'#despatong  :--:;i;'m&lt'I&^  *;������ pa^uaitleje" i'anU ;;��������� a -.r eftortl������rdm>tho'--Tvii3r  t7:-e||an?:obn8u'^ 'at-ithat;--'poiht:-.state8:':;tha:t''  ^T^erAr-i'^^  T-'jjsreparlng'fb^^  ������������������:'y: ;;"The.::;stra.tegip:Viibint'.;of ;?Tabiriz^;35iJ;  ';,; another v-cehtrb  ������������������'?; ^ibbs?-'coibi'3|b^fc ^between -,liueal&h:yand -  'yTSIJ^aialS vplemehts;-:;,?' ;A:?sm^i''':;fbrce'?;b;������  ???rRu������Biahs| ''''i-t^t^had ^;^he'e.n':^-'stationed  ;'���������:������������������������ there^forivisbme-. 'time;?-: has ^b^enWr^ihr  -K;;'te^ed^:f; Rdsslan .������������������B^dp^'!n^e;;;c6m6vih:'  ?;*���������;. to ^contact ��������� spi$;i.seve1paljlb^  ; f;;vth^|ibp%la^^A: ;:speeiaivdespatchvrei';  yfeiiseiy^  -$:lery^aWept^the; streets,' whilevahbther,  WjrMgtfc Russian sources,- saysythat^a':  'WpfftittSWin  M. Mlyako Says Hie Gbverrtmeht Will  ihtehdea:T,ijai'iut^^  e;s&;-fmmig*aats ^iGftnap^i|li^^is;  ���������tbw;a;v:eh; ? rotitei;'h^bi;f^  .sbmo time'--di^;--<f ~-'^  ?K J# i8;^evldentiy ;a;suggestibn; on the; park  |||^;pr;::"ft^  i������'.?Wasnin^tou-.'^T;-h^  'ibatttiu'tie*:^  ������'ccbrdihg.';;;to';'?dlspatoh^  ������������������.VVasft'JiiigtbnJ^^^  |fjBherah;i   Cablegrams^  's"iau.:.payjial^d^  Ruggiahv^  ���������Persiaa'sp^  siblo/ta brinjj abbut^  tleitient between^ RussiaS'ahd,?iP^sia?:'  The, Persian''attitude, ia declared ?to be?  phe^oi^&rbwing'^bsti^^  ^v TbherAh.-r^v^Mbrg^  Americ^hirrea&ur^rrGeheral 'ibr?ipersiav  ^hb has oeeft d^  ftjr?the 'Cabinet, inscornpliau^ei^ith the  denmhdB-;cbjrttallied ih the'Rus^aiiul^  tiinatumi sent his vrepiy- to the;! cabinet.  ih:;; which  he   stated 'his ; willingness  to handtover; bis: aecouhfewheji his  successbr?;was mambdJ -S&S. ??W;;';^ i-v-??'?--;;  .?���������* lie?. added" that"; his.; chief .'���������^bHciiiide''  ^ss:Vfb.r^-!ey;"v^ifare:;: p������;?yh^s*fpumee'n:;  American assistants concerning which  ^nptbinj^yhaiwy^beeh '��������� :deeidea.v: ':r';' ^'v^-  isapanese  beenv'rostrietfed-^iii^va^brd  Miyakbttias;^,sres^t^!bWa^;i^e'^  between the;difrei^hti1S^  cabinet-of-hisxfebuh^ryBS"^  future the Yab'Bblut&y^'stc^  ;T;V;Mr:-^'Miyakb.c,was:'Tbh^v^bff;^ey,e^  presentatives chbBfeniby^th^&Ja^aBese:  Parliament.^tbt'Vre^  ternatibhalwCoh^ressiTibf^Kn^mn  ;Pai-liament;;vtb -'-.be".- -h^dl^n^ltbln'Og^on  'jtccbuiit: bt'":an-':::'pUv|!^8ftW%,������fi^  Ktnere^;nbwever>Y'the:rmeetih [must be ��������� madeStb^hoves-ltStiiiuly-^Dre^  ponied.-.;: ;'"���������=::,������������������-.-;>r^^^^^^^^i^;^;^ sentative.; VT^^;^u^tifb^3^*^j^p^  '.;..-.. ��������� l,"';...'"'r'.;' ��������� ���������;;"'"���������''")wLi���������>';-'''':.l,lr.;'.''|[;'.''^iii;;" //;':;.;',.  W111 pec Ide :l:h;b^i^ep^u^:Ti^u e.silon'!  t|'as to'v^hethe||^|^  ':;r;pabiic';br;:;''a;'5;Mbfpi^^  ;1 Populate; WfljIljiSj^  '���������:::\ Dicision;     "::'���������-,;!-?Wk^I^B^-i^i;':::'v-;^";���������  .'^/���������Pekini-^^fter;a?cpaf^  princess: ahd'5'nohies^^tBeS.-img  :elanv Yuan Shi;Kai^t^������;premie  ed to Tang !Shab:^i^^;-ini^rial:::rep^  |eseritatiye at tho|Shi|ng^ai^peace^  ference acceptin^iti^nrltt   >P^6>Iaht|^gries{bni;   ;;-d:Teherah>T^i:y^e^ the;  'Yicjfgb3rfer^ir^fi^hr^  b^Hng^ictum; of^t^I^^^^5m1tha^  ���������c'fiiiy^as^a^r.es^  ���������^ipnii-H^say^^  tba^ihnocehtwc&enSalad^chiidJ'ei^W  sbijfcb^^';in^obIdi?blioad^/^^&  :;'-:-vtf'::;;;.-.::..;-,i'-^;i:.'J;-,;   I -.".,.. ^':j-,:afc ^.j^^Jsyfeiil^li.Kr^pJ  -fText .:��������� Of;J t hi^^������^|il^i^^f^^^^f^  :a'ddB;:.&"T'4e;:-^'utisian^  :turo^;f������^^e^essatipn:--bf jhdg&IliMesif'ir  ���������'���������^ TJe^^hiic^b|a-murii^^  ym^m^m aecy^ about^^c riiN a  ;; fcaib! net-feOets^^'T^get her-^-tPresumably^  '- '"'r-.-jl': f Discu^sing^u'bjec'E'T bf^lnter-'./^x-1'  ;ofy members'  which  >; stony of^the elder-statesmeoa iheludlhg  yTTpriheo ^atsura^the ;e>c-premier, yv^ere  ^ltio^-AA.vej&h ferettcev  ,riiprit!W5po������as3i^ lr^l^;!;;:b-^re'M'c^  ..' ^cefitiy."'-^''. ���������' '->:.���������. b������::������ -���������:'��������� '��������� ?;:.' -' i^:' ^..������������������^XWr':^)J'i!  ; The strictest Becrecyjlias^heen^inainU  MsStained regarding>theT sujbjectsr:of \4is-:  t :4 o������Psion^bbt������it sis ^generally :^elle* ed  t! thetiaitost develbpmehtsviii China; was  :^'&;!4iswaus&e1aL.:#l.t' ��������� is uhderstbod;' thafe; fee  m.exi'cq: -SEES v EN p^%fc.5^V)A-;-;:"^-���������"':���������'  ;^'^A:^^B;;i^biff; TROUBLJED-'.bAYS"  -i^'^*^^3e*=^i\,  ..General>l^yes^;Leaa^r^  f ^ihMez^--^C-^.^K Mexico:-%D^eated:  an,d stripped > Of formeryaiToganceahd  pride, Gen. '-rBerardb - Reyes, : aiesicb?s  ������ne-time greatest -military leadery and  more recently leader of -:ai revolt thet  ���������threatened to tear the ;cbuntry7 ironV  border :to>b6r4er, ;;shrrondered; here^-  bufe later^ was: gj vehOi islliherty ^bh his  ������"brd. that he. would:'boxtleave' the .eity.;  ���������Z;. Riding albhe into^ Linarez the gray^.  hairedrebel gaye^hiinsblfuD to Lieut  Japan will be" iu the thfoesSbf ���������fe^enf  era! election next May^Ke^sai^K^f^^6  is.:hoy.ever, no big^ Question^i^i|3^  liayy^ matter^ apparently idbe^nbt^bbwiT  ;er;Xhe,:'pebpie-'in"-:the--:L^d*bf������j^  ingfSun, :1he Cabinet;?beiu|;#b#bJ^to  iceep. :u'pnthe present feea ^t^ng!^:^lth>  but pursuing a policy of lente^bfllbnti  -That;: this;,willT-be ���������'^bn^iiBirl^^^ti^i:  ; Military trainingJs: cbmpp^^t^|iHthc  army being selected--vfrom^-'-tfi^tbtal  ablerbodied; adult. ��������� populatipn^g^^;.  "T^lh^repliy^to^ia^ubis^ioh^  tus of'Korea;'Hr^Miyakb^  ,:it';hadf;uow'--been;Tplacedxan^  ernbrrgeneral and -was: a dbminioniflike  Canada; ��������������� The Japanese,;;^byeramen|."  was -taking- no^Vstahd in->the^hinese  revolutloni he5furtherv^state^#|just  lobking^bh Without   Inter%fe^be^v^s  hbthingexOept pernapSjJap^eseT^^de  with' China was.' affecteidV V:S"3������#f^W^A ^  ���������Z Apropos of trade, -Japan^^vras\an3^bu&:  to ^secure  hoth  Ganadiah^trade? s^d  friendshipTas :it had heard;:of ^h^?biisi-  riess prdgress that charaeteriz^d^m  'ch^ts'inj'the^Poininiiht;;'"^;!^  sss   .1  a. nn91ao11Ar,  V***%w, ,.���������.������������������> *4 ^. v  V? - '^^    .���������^.������������������U.������l������.l  .���������'-cTi-iHeyitaoieiTV-.T-'v-:,- ;>'--;.>V"-->;v--'.;"- -;.?:vt':"::  vV^'t'-iiformatibh^^frpm: a, reliable spurOe,  i"has reacueuT-Herc thati the^ revolution-  4������i itriba in"Chiria*ontinue; t^  ^ ��������������� a- renublic^ ahci!"that fce peace nV  S^eotiatibhs^at Shanghai^^^w^  ' a jrupture* uhiess- ^  TStieaviin^Peki^^should yield -ito^theiir  a?'iien^hds3mV:^isVT;respec^^^  'fe-?::?5^Mbst''of vtheK^wers^appareiitlyivareT  STeSon^led to tihe;u^itoble^eadenpy  S'isf'-.-'^e ;,situatioii-:'T';:''-'.Nelth^  ^l&reat Britain has any iatenti^ of iai  .''��������� torveiiiiig in any: way In ^hina. much"  ���������^ less of imposing any^orm of goverh-  ment oh that -j country^ ; The; general  ; Reeling here is that the only ai^ern?  ���������tive for the present saitua^  < -Uto ^.representatives i'bf   the   imperial  -?:::go^rnm^n t^inw Eekiriv tp" yields ��������� V.,;  '</������:fO(^PRpTeCT .j-F UJR S EA L.S' ;;;;:;,"  RUSH FOR* GOtid;  F'rospeGtoris' Leave pawsbr������,/:Cjt^:;:-With'  ��������� t':-,'/.:'T'err,li*;"ature'5? Betipiwr?er<*e:.;t::'.'v  ;y^-;Pacv?:sbn;; City,-r-Def ying^:; :deatJlJ;-^200���������  .moro; prospectors left   here ;forA4tbe  'discovered goldflelds at ^the^head;; of  iSlxiyf Mile; River. ������������������ Itr- was :4Q 'i dbgrees  ;beiowi-!zerb 'and the journey:;*is :2-#3u'  miles. -The: he w * field; is: said^ ;-t6;Sbe I capture which he? dbps not  e acceptin^^n^^ncil^ott^e^TO  posal for a national^^ebnvehtibh tode   ... ^      _., _ ��������� ���������, ^_.    , ,.,   cMewhether^hii^ispi^^^e^biie^  or a monarchy:? Y������������atfc-2^^^^  IT the cobventibn's^bci&bn^  the OTrifldencro^^^^ptS-S^v^^^  ���������    - - -'<������������������������������������--��������� --������������������------^������������������*:���������--*-���������������������������  T.The:T6genti-v??aziiv EI-Mulk,;acting  te.;an-;agr^eme^t,;^thT.the.;,c^^  olared^the^^  ' prby e^jt ;^"he;^de'pu'ties; ;frbm:: ehtering  pariiaTO^nt?biaiaihg.:: zm ;^z> m. hk>  1UB  macder of-the third military zone' at  Moneteiry. "frre irankiy^admitted his  dream bf another successful, reyblutioh  had come tp ah 'gM, sind placed ��������� ;;'him^'  8elf'-;,at-.:-Trovihp*S:Cdiis^gaI.--:i':r  ^vi-called oin  tlie-���������, pepplei" telegrti.pb.iBdK thp,broken  generali';andr-ho^bhe;rels^n^bdi^iThis  ;itudo -i regard ��������� as ;;a' protest^���������; aiiu;; I  ^hj resolved not;to "cbutihlu^s'thiis war  agaiSTBt; the goveranient: ^;"t/p!ac������ s^  'selCfatyybur;4ispbslti6h^^;;-/^  > ^fteyes; asked ho JguaraixteGa-forj^^  safety^ Imt-plbaded for inercy; fpr;;tne  little group: Of haen wha have: fbip^wed  him. Ho" requested consideration'.rfor  them, iTheyvitre yet fugitives,v^ndlwill  be hunted^^^dpwn by T^eviho's men:un���������  iess they, tO(0v?.surrehder ^voluntarily;;  rich er; even than  around;tl^wspii.  ��������� ;rne .groiiuG ,. ,  from ?8vtb$40: a^ tootahd^more^hah  "Outi ??Dawson ?enjoyed"-:��������� \M;??;Chrl8tmaa  such .as that in tho ?first:'ds^stso^'it^:  gold riish ih the coiuhtry.' Every inan  who could- raise the?;pricp;pf-dogs; and;  a? sledge was''?eW������&'iiw������b&&&SA!fo:  the new ^fields:? bir;v:prepaT^g-v?tb?:'start.;;  Many-; miners ate?^sp certaia tbvibbse-:  their? li-e^Syinithecrush.^"?  tore -wa.8' only -abbut^zero S^  rush;v begahV and apin^ pf; ^e,??ppbrer:  :-prbs'pectW8'v; ^4MT^^:i9Ki^^^-?-^-H^-:  has been a rapid drop in ih������. tenjperu-  tureV since'?thehiy ? followed' by selreire;  storsas: ?.Supplies fOT^HaloOns a? hf^eli;  and:-?a-'general' stored are being rushed  ?to;>the?newj;xamp;???:-v-,?^  at a snap judgeme������t?7|T}ie^wiio  pie must be :permitt6d-:to?^ayeta^o^^  Sev ern I months? will���������,|?!l^fte6^ired^?tp'  make the .rgecessary;Tprepai^bhffir^:fc^:���������������������������;v^  Tang Shao Yi ^ instructed?-to : discuss fully 'f-vrtWS^u^-Tingi^E^s^-^Ja^  bis as8oci;ites-:ihe^plahs^for;;ttte;le^  tion of ..dfele^at#:|^;*;jbh%.veonventibii;?  Sho'ild ah "'va^reoinfer.fci oh ?:t^is-'l|>hase;;  of tlie question lib 5reachiEd at Shanghai it must be???repbrted' to tlie icabr  inet for -imfe^kliiiaianfetto'n'^^?^  Yuan urges= tha?t-?;iri;;the:Meiahtim^  all the energies -pKlbbth? Sides be ? everted to the ^storation.vorlpea^e?ar^  order in the disturbed? piw&ees;;S ^p?  /premier's action disagreeing ;to^a?r^T  ferendum is directly; inline; with the  statement. r of ;*hife&<&icyj-st^en^soon^.  after his arrival ;IhPekih;fe> He ;^  now obtained the?Ma^ch^  leave the monarchy*s fate tp;S^: CWh-  ese people whicn^t&en?:Beeraed ;an??lhv-  ppssibility. ." -^'^^y^f^T^^Mif'^XZ  Shanghai.-r--Yuai^m?Kai'soxeha^e  of telegrams ;.with;gi?aiis ?;'Shao;;:Yi'?���������re:,  o-ftriUnp' t-ho^dfitMint-on'/'aHirt^?'^^''^^--?  a-��������� ��������� --m, -���������'r-'..-.���������r-������������������������-��������� >^.-���������*'^-^r���������������������������*:.'������,^^**���������,. *���������- .w-v/v/������*t-  voke a hational;?;asseiablyi tov?decide  the issue betweeir;th������'imperialists? ahd  repubiieans aiveS/hbpe^r ah  rahgentent,. thoufehtit!-.;is; beile^ed; that;  Japan is doin^ her uthiost:to? cbhvihce"  the po^ ers? of?; the wisdbiS,?:^;?;p^riuit^  ting her?.v^;JaicK;-up^Yua^:iS'ni^^i'8;  limited - moiiarchy?pian. ��������� ..-..^aSttsiii"��������� ;iKa'i  telegraphs ? agreeing--to; 'cpinply:?? ^ith;  the repubiicah;d6maxiaaVregafai^  taking? i-pf-.',Tai? 'MU^'^M^l^^pom^'-.  misHionei-s be bbt^;sid^fcprith^?the  eyovthey?  :The:Persi^n^Pv:erhmeht;has?;u|ic6^  aitio^Iy|;accpptad'?:'the- RussianL^ltimV  atum, Russia having previously agreed  ���������to;:a:;?sH;ght:^  dem^hds;?c?^he:'Russiah ^imste  isigni^d-: ?hi������-^s;ece|taacb';^  sian"?reply.fc;?';fw^  puMprNG^A^mGo  '1^^^Meiiia^nty;:ofML-;i^ings^  in tneHtwboleivBible^?"?4'''^^^^^i^W^^^,  :vhoftK;m.?gato8fe:--vanswor^^  ^th/aK:^bhi^thati?sbhd^?u^  .;^anfc;:;S64??tor??a??bbbk?^^^  ^?mmm^^hisxs^^w6na:^emmm^m^^SSS  rxr.'.rnari :������. v.V*.-.'A���������Li'-.-IT-��������� _V-_ ��������� T- vv.-.T'-   '- ���������--���������"--���������"-���������.'-������������������ ���������j'"-^-*>-1-g '*"���������>**���������������*.   "0?-'"r'-?*'^V.������-^.!"MM*- TWi������^^:,lU^^-:������reaiOr>~-Jtt6<:!-3E������*������������������������W  ;d^emer;:??jydge/vithe?r?;?HSad^bf^  -:X^eh>::the^Mes^h?'-;b^;i^e'x#l^t^^  v :bf^kihg������iahd.S?LoM������^f -���������--��������� *���������-��������� -*>  ibftiBS^gllil  Matthew?writes?pf"Hh^ya'S'K3  Jew3^-Mark;:teil^r:o0the:i  the^s?saiidB | will: do;? ;He ;Teplies';;to?;a;^  *;"������3?; Srain? urging; a settlemehtvby.the-as-l  sembly? toat t^;?dela^3^  as it/'is impoo,5iule.;foxC.-uj^?.?tt^  to arrange ^hat;thei?gb-^i^ent must'  Etel i ey ed ?;-N)e w?-Gpyerrt  ^���������f;'|::^!^:;th^ClatU^e ^Rjs^iw^sr^^'K!'-'iy  bility,;that? foilowlhg thb 'investigations  tb;?be-;;malde?-'iyyi;;the;?tarifC commission;  the "damping to.x?' will be abolished..  TJhder;;the;tarifc??pf��������� i^7y tfiis-tax-iS-  Pbspd^.iipnliiia^  bu^:??'>:?i^t^i^|^gainst-?: ^^;:?;TJnited?  'S.lAto^^Hp^^gSdnjiifiw tiir^s^yaccbrd.-'  ing:?tbL;?cpmplaii^s:;;"m^e^t  ernnieht^?;hiave^e^ydump}hg^^^^s^  produ^lbjal^h^lC^h^J^ at  sacriflbb^^pric^TfT^The^du1^ tax  provides-that? w.h^reS^^^  ���������eign- ?manu^C1^b!:dsffi|pid^^ffeanada-  ;at>a? pricp:-beio^f i?f^fe "mll'ijity^aluc-  i*i -+KAi;-rt������..^*w.."'-.wi'-^-c^-������j-.;-.-:*w^ jip-  ������..*���������;��������������������������� v^-^-;;V^Vl.Vl.V������-<Xn'-1iVfi;;;,:,?v,o:5rH4i!������Bi*^������7S.'i^  ?^3rei������le - must;:b������ebijieei^  tajf ;ypf to, fifteeh\p'er;:cb  IDxemptions are ?ma#6^'whereTth^  !ar/du^y,;-amc^ntsJto'Sf^  y alpreih,|;iv^he^fgoods :^r������p6ub^e������t;?tp  excise duty in?Canada and- in cases  of sugar refined in Great Britain and  bindei^^iiQe'!fbrYh^ve^  ^ewi;2ealand^^Tt:;??Tv?-??-.-:;-:-r ���������;-'���������':?-��������� ;^t>?;-.???;??:  .aj-:the?:Son:of?G6d';:remindihg?usiOf?tS^?pg5T51,  tour faces ^ofv��������� th^Jcj^r^liruf^hft'?;Wss^0^^  .**^;--;o.^':|tbe?'j!biaiiafit^^  '.-foretold? as :'^kycoia^ns?^^^omiX^Tii^^^^  ��������� iii^l-S,' oonward, ���������;. and ?;He.;bfte)Happ?baredi:%?#^^i  PELLETIER  [^ U, & rrouse Cbn������rniite> On Foreign Af-  ^??;';::;:?: fairs'-ip;-"'^  ; \^shihgtbh.^ThP" Housed Cbniniitr  ''.vfee.:oh;.?Ppr������lgn--iA^fliw''-pla'na-/:'.to take  ':���������> up for- early consideration; 'when Con^  . sresp Reconvenes, the :��������� Sulzer Bill; ?to  give effect to tub cbhyeutibn-i between  4 ?!������the ! "U(;? S^, - Great; Britain^; Japan and  ..Russia,- for preservation ^apd; protection  ; ot the fur seal and sea ottor in the  ;^.-^������t|Sr^f^the/:;.Nprth\f^  ;'^-!-.:-,,.?'.     ;....ipbwd.er;'.Throwri?jh?Sea^;:. ':'^'::-'  :-���������': vParla.rr-i'ive million, dollars* wbrth  of suspected powder has been thrown  into the .spa'* by the French admiralty  in the conrcc of the past month.  "When to* this? loss Is added the ton  ' mili^ona  involved  in the blowing up  >   OS the Liberte, and the damage dbive?  . to other ships at that time,' not to  mention iiie sacrifice of 250 lives, i������  -will- be seen how dearly France has  pfyld for her defective muhltlone.  Rooaovelt a Sticker.  ������������������ '���������'���������������������������������������������''Atlanta,  Ga.���������"If  Roosevelt  is put  ;. in the White House in 19i2 we will  never get him otit again except feet  ��������� Jirflt," This wastho statement of Col.  Henry WaUorsou, editor of the Louise-  ville Couiior Journal, In commenting  on the Republican situation throughput the south. Mr. Wattorson oxpros^  nod the belief that the long looked for  'ohd'ngo of partion wan al hand, but he  ;' 'Una not' declared hlB choice for the  Democratic nomination.       '��������� '-'4" -'������������������ ���������'"''������������������ ���������~-���������"���������'������������������������������������"'' ,:'f'���������:���������^" -���������:;-:."'-. ,  Raise Potatoes For ExpoM:  St. John, N.B.���������A number of (farmers iiiid othora in Charlotto county,  N:IJ.,',)iavo i'pruied a syndicate Tor, the  ���������   purppfcui or ouir.iviu.inK iiuLnl,oi.s on a  -.   largci s'cnlo,? They havo had n.confer--  : <.ncb' with tho C.P.R. and the' plan in  Lif .tulio au urai oi oub' thourjaiid.uci'ca  akid ralso polatoos for export.   Tlioy  ���������"��������� oatimato that they can ralso a million  bushels -ami ash tho railway company  to glVQ.them' same uNfllotanco Ju laun-  '���������' nhln^ tho project.  Deep 8noW Drive* Dear To Foothllle;  Rapid City, S.b.-~The snow is flvo  foot doop In the limestone country  IXcr :iro holnn driven by the :mow  into tho foothills and aro greatly har-  oaBed by tho coyotes, and In ������omo  cases tho younger of tho animals have  ,.boon aiafiyhtored, , Ih Perkins county,  a pack of buffalo wolves arc reported  tp< bo doing dainaKO to block.     ���������   -  .  ':,,V -v Pleaauo In India.  >    Toronto.���������'iiio  bubonic  pluguo nun  ��������� again broken dut In the province of  ���������'? ult'.iouKh the Government    is   tulcinn  6v<rry precaution to stamp it out.  Th'.s  'uowfl was received in a Utile;" from the  anV.ctod dlHtrlot, but   tho    Canadian  .mlMionarluu are safe and well.  FINDS  BIG  ORE  DEPOSITS  Daily desertibhS  at Han Yaugac  Li Yuan Hung, Tthb-^ebe"^eader, ��������� who  wires that- the :lmperiallst&?i^ate-"?:?endeavoring .; :toV::^^e:;^p^^iiitibhl---by  trying^ to neutralize thtee ,ports- r;T^  republicansThavevp^tfesJL^Jiiagaiiist ;the  action of the Brftis^^bnsiil at-14ah^  kow^ in-assisting-^t^lSijInViin^iw-';������^  the peace epminissipiigav; shahgfeaL 1Z  TOf:-:all^things?;and;yet.?sbt:iiapiarf^  ���������xRadeem.e^beforb>ithoMbBd??s^^  ;l.;:4-3j;;Coi;?i;;-I6i??:17;::?i3Pbt;|l;^^  ?HpIy?' Spirit 1>iW:hdaiH^<&^^  ?thls :bopl5irfoi^fold^bo^?-b^:>I^iab^n^  ���������;MalacKi?,thatva>'per^  . cede ^KIi������;:;?aud ? hjeraia?^His:- cbmmsf^^ilvJp^^  ?preoare.-:thi3^^^:=b^f6re?;;iBb0asa^  '3^*-t-^-Mia1^^i^a)\Ti*S^i(to^  : confirms;- thisyiniT^^^-'lt-, ofv:^ri?l|s^|l;^g|  ���������;>:^Her6'dvTpmHds#s-^f-^  ^yersaryv:; :-the;: -, devil,..^tO;.t whoni^KeSS^^^^r  Tlohged^ahjd^whbm^h^servedss^  ?but;;.'Gpd;: words' iput?Hfe?^u^os^3s?:|sif^  if if  the view; that "this duty penalizes the  eanadiah???buyerv; ? prevbhts ?,  Pompeti-;  bersoiiie?-:'in * opPration;?:?^-: :>??;������������������ ���������&���������? ���������'������������������  ���������/:.;���������-^.Z'''  ;mz. |c^:^HEiR|?p,i������T^jf ts;  Chinese  gT^r^^l^t^bt'?  Sfe?!f:??-^sttbn  ress     Liner  iPeV^ijtlr^ ??;?1?  ;::;^  VT  ST I WU LATES"? IMTE F1EST  DAMS FQR; JFR/^ER^ RIVER  -.!������  Jrornter   Mounted   Police   Officer iPre  v; ;?:.;:dlc;t8:. Rush'Jnto  ?Winhipeg,���������Captain Polletier, px-Rv  N:W.M.P. ihspector, and M; "vy;C6sby  nave -come in over the ice '-"..from, tho  Gabriel mine, situated 35 inHes from  the?north of tlib^ad Throat River,  up Lake .Winnipeg. They claim a  large body of ore is in slight assaying  from $17 "to $23; per .ton, and prophesy  there Will be ia big. rush1 of prospectors  into the district next spring. They  are taking in a reducing mill and ? a  big'gang of men over the ice.  ,'Must:-"-.Bp.'';'Built tb^:Kp^p;?A|?aterway  ?���������;?.' Canada Says;vt6uls?Lacb8te, ?:-:;?S?-  ? .^Vaiicpuver,-- S-CJ-^^buia'-La^bste^r^a  i-"0yssVxj������Qjit'.'��������� -engineer,? who?���������^^?h?as just?  been? examining the harbor, facilities',  oh thP? pacific pbast, pays that there  is. danger;.of the Fraser:'River cutting  a new cliahhel for itself and reaching  the Gulf of Georgia in the State of  Washington.' .-.?-.;?  Mr. Lacoste' states that the river  ���������will--; break through the lower lands,  five or nix���������?h'i.ilea> above its mouth, and  turn -south, and it will then naturally  flow into Bountary Bay, jupt north pf  Blaine, '���������:��������� add practically;... -in Amerleah,  waters, but tho construction of wing  dams and other projected works will  keep the river In its present course..  ^"^ahepuyer^E^pi^,^Ghinaman.;? ^&m������  ployed oh the liner impress of Japan;  vi!miS)SSal$'i^;w?Tvl:e;p:euvi^  ;^ti|y^^''^BUt-?p,ff^M?;;:P.l(S^  Tp^essib^th'e^  which -is waging" war oh the ��������� Manchu  uynaety.    Some .oi the Chinese even  "d^s^r^pdii-tfieTstiip;":?-^  ^���������5i^yplutiphar^;;;:-p^t3^ '  ^ihP^^firomeht^p'ah^  Fight is with C.P.R.  Montreal.'���������-In regard to the >-. New  York despatch,, which says that the  Lehigh Valley Railway has refused to  Join the G.TR. in a fight for through  Immigration traffic to Chicago, it ''hi'  stated here that undeniably a fight, is  on between the Grand Trunk and the  Canadian? Pacific for the Irnruifirunt  tralllc?to��������� the Canadian -West.'.-,  Tho 'jlrand / Trunk has 500 miles or  line weBt of Suspension Bridge to Chicago, , and has asked that a proportion  of the Immigration irarilc be booked  via that route to Winnipeg. 'The next  move, In-what promises to bo a battle  royal, Is awa/ted with Interest.  FISHERIES  COMMISSION  Representatives To Meet In Conference in New York.  ��������� -Ottawa.���������"Tho International Fisheries Commission consisting of Professor  Starr Jordan, ropresontlng tho T,J. B,  and Prbfosflor, 11. fil. Prince, roprosont-  ing Cnnada,, will moot in >Xow York  to, give..further conalderatloi'i to the  iha'ttbr on tho Jlshorles reguiatlonB tor  international waters rramod some time  hgO;: ',;<��������� '     ���������  Reindeer Meat biejet, Dpiicacy  Washlngton.-T-Relndeer meat trpm  AlaBkd may be a fbodcbmraOn to the  AKr.ieiicari table in the near future.  This (fplrtlon was expressed by William F. Lopp, in charge of, the government reindeer service who has ju fit;  returned from a tour . of inspection  through Alaska on behalf of the U.S.  bureau of education.      ,  "A commercial shipment of reindeer  meat, the first made into this country,  has just been received at Seattle,"  said Mr. Lopp. "In 25 years hence at  the. present rate of increase there  ehoiild bo throe million .prime beef  reindeer in Alacka on which the people of this country con?depend for  much of their upBh diet. In Uistu  rpindoor moat is a cross between mui.<  ton and beef, but morp palatablo than  either."'  ON  TECHNICAL EDUCATION  p I sp I ay of Ma n itbba? Ag r i cultu ra|$EjO$'  i?xv:lege,; at;. Chicagp;;:s|iby^.'^^^tti|^K  ���������;M^f :���������:'-���������;'." ^^^i^miii^M^^^^  p::- 6ttawa.rfThe; .magnifippiat:?? j sho winip  of thp Mattitoba^AjgJrican^^  at? the Chicago ?Iixv6??8tock���������';:Show;������hass:i;^ahdtifialpph^boys, and thpilattpr;  Istimtiiated interest? iii. ^sterhCa^a^a^jP^S^^y^ff their flowing rObeararidSired;  among ?pup^s; of the vagrlpuW  tleges -,?bf������������������������������������ the    ceriti-ai-   ah^ ��������� ?wbstern;.-"���������. appearance ;when, added to the geber-  al^i^kbnPr;^wa8 a queue right tbithP;  grimnii.??s-;.;S;r;;;.T?::.-_r;       ;--.;..:;v:'?V:T:;.-T::':;r;;?;;5  .? '��������� :WTiiettv;>th<a*liher?' was' -'at- '':Sharighai:;"it;  became ���������necessary for the Empress' of?  Japanfp-iChliiese to cut off. their t'is-j  tails ��������� in"'\6i'der^'to; Identify themselves^  wtftfi^tTifc  fa^d2to3db;::sb'���������'. they ?vwould; probably  h^b;lpst?thpi^ hpad������v Every Celestial  abliatd-^a^a?^  i^^sii'"��������� ^^M^:\^i9^i^:;'^\6^ii the  doc^lsthafefthpyhayp-lost their ;touch  of^cturpsm^eiss-ahrbugh, t,heir ton  ^^ial?:eu^'s^;t;g;^i;;f;>/$:^:;S$;?j? ':'"  :f^feS'('"--''' ii?,". V.:-r;':...^-^ -T^"';'^?;1^:;. ���������  ' .  p^R^isE-'.d'UTls's;.;;,;; ���������; $$$$��������� .:���������.-���������  fe?:!^������������������������������������������������������-. \'V:-;'V������G^WNST AapAerican's  ,-    .���������,](-���������,���������:   ������������������..'.���������,������������������������������������ ������������������yi21Jaliii-'\<''l ��������� i ���������      ���������) ������������������  Proposal jin R ueplan pWrn^a Tpr| ncreas^  '.*    Tariff Whil >ig;aVrmt-United  stateB Gttptttr;  ? St, Peterpbuvg,���������-Thpi; proposal* Intro-'  ducod in tlie Duma' by ex-ProKidbnt  Guichitoff- providing fbr ah iThcreaBe in  tlie; duties Imposed CX A^nerlcan products imported into Russia, has stlrv  ^pite; Of,.vall-.'^adver'sanMA-and-i^'a^^^^'s'^^i  jeyen?fhe wrath of ;man?to?^raisa?Himfei??Si&^  v(Ps.?::lxs^,?:10).V??-HeBo?d^b^  the?? line? ��������� of. Cain, ''^ich^wIiLl-be^eo^K^  ;.SumatiBd?in: f^e,c^Wd������ZM^Li!&^^f������t:?M-W^  ^wicked one.-Or beost^efiDahi^xiijSff&i&ii^  ,iM^ess^ii,;pj^  j* -';?:2a^hariafl:i'a^  :-n *> nt.-ii* -;.va -K->i.5 jwiiai it^.������i.'ii-^;v.-*>v-.-. -rs* -iu'--; ^..*.;i.-;s;  ^alljypt?byie^r^rne^?;th^  : alsp ?thp Lbrdibf?the?whble eErlSSHbwJ";  :beautifulij?thpA.tes;timpny-?:>?;waCenrir������  .���������.thpm;;;ift:?^rs'e;?v6^v;:^^^    ; ftgi������tbpu^$pfpTO  the cpmmsndmehts^rand^^^  , th'pji!������r^;.01ainetess;^^^  ' before':G^d!was;:cprrec^  say .;''In:'ihp.LbTd\^ay e;.I- ."righteousness:-;  &hja?;strphjgth>'^M^  t,h'AVKlortirf ;W"hiWK'''. wii'Tro*:*. ���������������������������t*'tnr\Alrniieki*^^f^%m:.  ,the??sdulv-{l&a^;;xiv;??:24^  ;Th|ey?:;livedSi;aPpb^dih  doing ;?;3 ������fcSciyr> :SIo"vi hS;: -inerey^ :^ij ciy-wa |^&1jUS^kS  ;We:I;-humbiy:;vwith;������;Gofiv'-*T^^  .ilfe?T'storfetheK;-we1r^  To Renew Triple Allance?  Rome.���������-An oxohanKo of communication betwor.n tho Italian foreign otllcor  and tho chancellories of other European powers iu proooedlng at the pro-  sent' moment with groateM. activity.  The nubjeet of communications Is'tho  war Iu Tripoli, nut Uio <|ueMtion of  renewal of tho Triple alllanco, between Germany, Austria-Hungary and  Italy," also Is bcinc dlueutubbd.  Depredations cf Chlnrto Pirates  Amoy,  China.���������The   Unltod   3tatou  monitor Monterey, which,' has   juat  COJiiplulud, it OIUUu to tho. tivmty purl,  ot Watow, roturnod hero, ,Tho dopro-  r4ni(ol)H   nf   tll������   ������>ll'������t<.������   Hll\m_'   |1������*������   \Hrou*  itivor Lake brought about" tho erttIro  HUHpeiislon of river trutnu above tho  city of Chang Chow.  omm******, ���������'���������^i��������� to* www ������ ��������� mi ��������� ��������� i ��������� mu  Cptera Quarantine ReUxcd  n*������������������>'<> ���������Th������%rA  hnn   bA������������n   n   r������vlnvn-  Hon of quarantine regulations against  UPOlora.    Au oru������r Iihm timTii iuhuu i>y  K. W.  Robertson, Chairman of Commission, Confers With Premier  'Ottawa.���������K. W. ' Robertson,. chair-  mau of the Commlbblou on Technical  Juduouiion, which lias been tuklng tivi-  deuuu for the past two yours or moro  in Canada and abroad, had an interview with tho Hon, R. L. Bord on. It  is undorstpod that tho report of tho  Commisalon will be "ready for presentation' on Saturday, but whoh the gov-  ornmenta Intorestod will bo ready to  con aid or tho CommlRHlon's recommendations is another niatior, as tho subject Ic one- of far-rcnchlnn imnorttxncn.  Auks Throne To Decide Fate  Pekln, China.���������Prenilor Yunn ShJh  Kal has submitted to prominent Man-  oh us hero tho proposal tuuiiniit.li',/{  from Shanghai lor a mooting of a  fipoclal nntion������l ������Httombly to docide  on the future form of "feovernment  which shall be adopted for China.  Thl������ Gtep by the premier practically  llietiUH   t'tiui  hu  ������������ku   iuu   uuini   to  ciu  cide what Un own fato may bo.  StateSi'?.;?,W;-',J.vWHte,;;:i-;v;?,insppc^  Canadian agricultural ;agen^es;ihfe:then  .United States; who returheil: recently  from":aii ;bfficial tpnr thrpu^li.;thfe>i*V?k:  public,"declares'   there'-'lia'a'beeii:-&an;;  iastohishihg iniimber pf; ihi(ii)iries kfrpm  the, wpstjfrbtn young  ''mdhy.-n;;;raifc^iad-'.  'aa'cPvat -these instltintib^s^aiid a p^  bfr "contemplate; mpvihg ; tb'T wbstbrn;  Canada: In the spring. ? Mr,.White ;be-  lieyes. ho botter class of settlers hr-the,  world, could her obtained'.than ; :pthpfle  men trained ih the   most * "scientific:  methods-    ''"���������''' :"'���������'���������;:.'':���������-'";'���������;:'",-?--;''! ���������^^������������������r';:���������������������������  The Bepartmont of Imrhigratioh has  received: many inqulripsV from ������fdrm-  ers from all over western Canad^ask-  itig; about the NationalI Obrn-$how; last  year.,; K.-C.-;,Hill, b:f iTjlpydmi^ister,  carried off at the showi wlilch was  held!.in Columbus, Ohio, the Colorado  silver trophy for thP'best peclt: "of  Ppas; His saccess has led many���������pthor  wontorners to; emulate .his example.   ..:  However,: they will have to' waJt':;ari:.-  other year, andvMr" Hill will alsb:?hbl(](  the trophy for 11)12, aB It has been? decided not to hold any show ilnt.1l 1012,.  when It will bo���������"; hold at Columbus,  South Carolina.���������:,i ���������;'��������� .   ..>  ",' lyir. White reports that the outlook  at pfeBont 1b that-the rush Erdrn ,tbo  Unltod States in the spring will be as  great as over.' ' .'.; ''', ;';;??-,  "^  LEGISLATION OF ALBERTA,   ; ���������;,,  -'.',:,'..'���������'>!'-���������.'      ' .......Mm..,.*', j , |,   :, ���������        '.i'.',-  Equal Franchise For. Men And. Women Among PreuehtvPlans.v\,;'-,-  WinhipcK���������Thb/Hon, A. L. SJ^on.  Prom lor of Alborta^; who i������ vlBltlpg  bin father the Hon. j,-w.-Sirton, urates  that" the extensive railway policy of  the Alberta Government, tho extension  of muniolilal poAvors to- municipalities,  tho adoption pf singio. tax prinplphs  to all municipalities, and the placing  of mori dnd women on terms of-ub-  aolute equality ho fill* o,a tho franchise  is concerned, are tho piiaclpal maLLciu  ���������vyhich- wee disciisHod at this session  pf the LbBlBlattifo of Alberta.  Ho says that, all of thpm appear to  bo favorably rocoivea, both by the  poouio and t|io llou^w. ... .  Tho Alborta-HoiiHO having adjourned  till January 22, Mr. pictor. ^xpocta tb  vielt Ottawa durlna the VecesB in con>  neotion ^wltli tho application-made for  the dlsallowahoo of tho railway legislation of last seHBlon, but he doeo not  n.n*iM������������������ito any intorreronce, as tho  trial court haw given JudKomenfc in  favor of Its validity.  {hot :cbme^:iLet?us-;he^  ?hears^u 8y;;thit"l������tN^^  ;as;.'we'; wait; fbx.;Hl m  their? CaBe^?itc;?seeihe'd;iTa? lhbpelbs^KmSti^SS|^|  ;terp:i?cmewhi^iike'Ab  ;'ahl?"but'vthe':?la^efehad^h^  frbfe^i'GbajtKat'-lh.C.'bhll'd^^  .ehi:-;-;:an*-.;sp'Ah������r-:Bii^gigPr^a.;ihPtv  ;dhljeHef-rlRphi.viy.'?'19.>:{??2j:^  muBt;?be::gbbd treason'���������fbr'-';aHp.^n^:^;Sv^^g|  tp,i'cbmp' to-; thb end' of ?burseives';;;and;^;i^^  tb;^'wait?^tiil-/thevIast:':���������minutp,^;^bf^  speak,; :?bef0re' ;--mahifpstly:v?anawPTin^;'-T?;:s^*^  our "petitions.. -���������?Consider-;thp.;'lcaseVi:io^S:^SSSa  Peter in ;>ft "��������� ~" ' ���������"--������������������������������������������������������---���������~~>li.--m\-^m.*:>������ai  themat.ter  work1 wl  see to it.   Zacharias was:doing1 as we������. ?. jm.?^  -.his' ou^tom,..,executihg:;thp-;.briestlip,. 'bj-'^'^^j  fice before God?-f.verses;'8-16)i -i-It was��������� ^??-y^k  ,k;'jf������Vt|  ���������������������������V3L-il  ' '.'���������'���������r!,j.-.'.;:i*^|  i.,-':;t.'a..^iftl  8t������te Vl������lts By Klnn and Queen.  Loudpu.���������Tho KxpreMs says   It un-. .      ^,     ^     _ ,    ,      ...    .     lx,  tleratand������  that    King    Goorgo   and I the Director General of pubito health  Oussn Mary will undertakpn   series that the  bacteriological  examination  et ������ute viulta  to Euvopeuu Ct^ltaltt be pH������a<mg������rn from Italy Im horenffor  imint.  Iio apuly to ou6li>ra infoctod v������ui������1k.  "   Three New Customs Ports  Ottawa.���������Au ordor-lu-councll has  hAi>n nn������inod eatuhllKhliin' now cunrormi  ports from Jan. 1 at Mliuiedoim, Man,  llliuor   '>���������������  kui������u.������   ut   i,liu  yui������.  ui  iu.-  tage la Prairie; Kolowna, B.C., nndo,,1  red? biislness olrcles.' The national  couhell of tlie cohj������rei46ea of induatry  ttthl: commerce v- mef' hero \. to i discuss the subject,,?while,, th.o central  committee of the Octoborist party has  boon sunimonpd .'tp meqt at JVToficpw.  : M. Qulohl'off-: has , OfVplaincd tliiit  ^hc proposed duty of American cbtton  signified a menace to tho United  Statos. but that the measure will bo  subjected to serious cpnsldemtionbpr  foro it 1b adopted Tlie diuna has al������  ready voted to ' submit the prbpouul  to tho financial coinnilttbo., ������������������������������������������*!' ,'J  RACE FOR:GOLD  . C..N. R. To Have Pacific Pleat.  Buif HiiiiiiUw, Cal.������������������������������������Sir Duutuii  Mann 1ms definitely announood that  tho,Canadian Northom wopld Inau-  gurato 'A tttcamuhip service between  Canada and Australia. O.N.R. vessels  will also carry grain unu ouior pro-  v *     ���������     . *���������  .. - -.-.���������������.       *^       *������������,���������-���������-.������������.        V.  UHWV     tiwiti       V ***#v*'** "       s--*      <��������� < >*���������> ^'v t,      ^^  way of the Panama canal.   It le bo  thi survey of mo port of Revwistoke, M^*^,i0������r������^'Wpunt orth������-ta������ln of  ������nrt Vorf.' Ml������o.������ Yukon Territory un- fHankntnhewan and Atbarta will reach  dor tho survoy of tho sort at Dawson, j Ifluropo by this rout������������  Two  Hundred  Prospbotors Stampede  v/''For New Gdld'Fleld.    ' ;  Dawson, Y.T.���������Two hundred, men  with. dog te'ams and prospecting outfits aro making a six dayo race to tho  now gold field at tho hoad of Sixty  M|le rlvor, 130 miles from Dawson  Tho utampedp Is tho greatest seen  Jit:iw" tiSmic' the fln;t Kloiidykc' rnnh  fourtoon years ago. Many gold hun-  tbrB are travelling prnctlonlly doyand  night.  ?���������     ��������� ' ;*.-' ' ;���������' ...���������":��������� ?;;   J,'  lir^oat Miller, who, rdarned r.pcen^  lv rrom tho how camp said some of  tho moii from tho Dawson Territory  were wearing torn and ripped moeaiv  sins, worn nearly eff tn their hasto to  get a claim, aud some wont through  throo miles of snow wator.   Thotoni-  rush began, but has siuco dropped to  40 below.  I^ah-Mvof Mny Be Bangui's Oo^ernor  London.���������A    dh^atch to tho Dally  Mull   iroin  Cuiuuiuu tftvut*   uuo  m^ui  boron'"tho India council, will be appointed governor of tho new province  of Boimul. A native bat never b������>foro  hold ������uoh an imporunt position.  MA  m  ���������T-..H->.fl.(l  :*,��������� '���������' V'i 1  V.:ft������;���������  ���������. '���������'?"(!  ���������i,:,'h,F  ���������rv'.������i  '������������������:$|  the time to btirn irtcbrisp.'ahd the m'b,  ni.Ui.u-  wcrm tnteylHa, .\v.������wfu,uvi.;,.,ii T" *|'t  sp .suggestive of bur';',prps,pn^.^r!yUeefP.v'.  .ris������ :+uay<\ -la-one ?1'������Af.?rp-/;God-(.'.btt,'?sbHr;;  hehnlf who ove- llveth to make inter-  cension for iis.- '���������.<���������' , '..'���������"���������<������������������'���������'���������  :--???;-. ���������;���������"-"������������������������������������  The anneararice, of the anfir'ol tvotj-  hlod Zacharias: as also it ;d!t"if, -VT,ii'"y  some months /'later; hut h-������i word",t"  each h������d;r''a k comforting   "fear   .nb'tT������������������;  Cvp;'Pes IT, -������'rt;.20, HO).? Thprpls rnanr  a "fear not" for von.   O faint.hehrterj  hellever if ybu wonl.? bi'.t nppro'>rlat������������.  ���������*>'rtTn,':'>?Or\A\doV������'",:V''h^t ;���������;���������Xlyp./.f?MIMP-'  TI������m. I.' 7>. "Tb'fr'o* "muni.' ho VrV.','  i"y  ������������nd  ������'TadnoBR  whorp  the nnaoiBllve.  for tllpv hnve much to snv about.At,;.,,-.-;ii������.'m  .fV)>r->4������. ���������������>������������������ Tvi. I'   10^;..biH tt;1^Vb.<v ;,;,L,.;;OT  pniioo p^ U1m to'whnno volb'������;t.hAy/lovp' \'\>y.;.t-.$*$  to hon.rvon and ovcolHn^ hv, fl'tr������n'n''fh  to  do   H1������ T%.ieipure   (Ps.  olll.,20^V-il.  '������������������Tpw wonderful l������i verPo'lK'.' wher" w*  Ibnrn <tmt the nr^mlped Roh'wni'ld b������  rfttntit. in^the ��������� fll.������Sll,t- of .the Tipfxl^nd  Tilled with 'tin)���������-Solvit from IT������,h birth.  ������u, or������1*������r':t.o"nialto'rmi(dv'-a" neoplH',?Y>ro-  nar������d for t1ieT,r������r(1 < wvnot71.;'-, ���������T,h.er������  ;?..-; i^^T>vr>vor'.in<-^onnr^t|onrlmrtil^;.l'<������>r'������'  ..~rt]>r~ *n.���������'Kfi-jtyi; i'{. 1'.^. wIMVourwiiah  ���������''e, nblrlt' VflP^fi life cnuhot h^ri������������o (n.  roni"v; tuBUtntlon *ir������m tb^-vworlcVJi*  naaontlnl to n Cori 'wlorH,"<������iiir Uj!j������  i-Rnm, vif, ij'SV- ' F������Hnh's Hfo"���������v->������i'?n"  H<>nava'led opo ntyo, ,bla .motto hpln'sr,  '���������"The ' T,or.l Alrtfr"ot- .nforaeV'-livci** . H*-  forf> whom I stand." hut .ov.on be did  ���������>���������">*' 'n\wiiv,i 'bro"the' Lord nhS'rte. n*%-  r^d he 'alw^v'fi/'O^aiia,'.'from hlmfe-ff.  ^lohnrirtB did ti0* promptly receive  Oahriol'H ini->sHagt." utid Was"ln 'consequence dumb.  '        C. NiR. CON8TRUCTION    ���������  . ;',. ���������.. :.y ~< '"��������� b ,4.   T     "7���������������������������������������������' '������ ;!i'i> ^ 'I  There Will Shortly be NeArtyCir' T,000  ''���������*' Men Employed oh Work. <W r  VuncoMvor, D.C-r-l^turus, r<ib|Iy;o<l  at tho V������nobuvor,t������xbo\ithe omcfla^ol  the. Cnnadlan Northern Uallwuy ahow  thut iho loU^'nambor-of men employ-,'  V'il oh construction''work bot^eou Port  AlV'.nU   "<'   Kinilnnji-t   (ft   R,40(*.   n   allirht  Win' over the flguW  for  November.  It Ih eypwt^d Ihrtt, with -the opi'r.lng  Mi if  ���������:.H*A  ?.'m  m  ' \-'\'  no pf big cults alon/t M\o grndp. t**o  payrpllo wll qontam 'nearly- 7,000  luuues before tUp ftnd qf January: '  Tiii-l.-^ Tn CIasa Italian Bank's  Constantinople.���������The Turkish gov-  ������rtun������nt announces, its int,<mtlop to  eiose all the Italian hanks and etmllar  t'titabliahmontu oporaiing iu Turkey.  ���������Hi  ������������������ !\?*-.|  ���������i:.A\  **���������   -".)������������������.( tT41  ���������mmm  ���������WRI  HUBS  ���������>������������������������������  ii miiiiiii m\  !:ijO$B^  <!���������������*  JR.  >'SV;'i;-*!S;.  It������  Shredded w neat  of Heao}ian?s  ���������4������d;:Hkmsi:-l  ?'���������"! -?';-??;;Bdw*ard? J^rj^d^ts^: |  ���������������������������Ifcte,'$ofc-^  ��������� V:V;-.-' Tsfrt*rnK^"?Si';������^  '-..���������.- ...\w*:v *������*���������������������������*-*_-. .-,'Y'M;-/-:: *-.=;-������������������:<���������_,  Helsoa:*LBndIJiB.rM^  ���������"-" "������������������;K^'|^ftl^;���������������������������-���������,'������������������-'v���������������������������'''���������m'���������'������������������'������������������������������������-'���������^���������-'-''���������������������������  jJJJ  take advantage of this reduction.  ,.-*/; J=pC-. /'J-.'."?:-  ^||^^S|^^^3ini:  Cured Meats, sad Armour's  gijgj^Taken^e  tsSvss | *X"������>iro_it������f :Ont.,i?.wcspatipa:i'5������%invS������^;;-'Jni;  :-Mt'fl>-{-ian>1a tnnviniw fnr ������ftymlnftlob to nnrrthnrri  Creek, thence40Lbhaliaa.Morfch/theuoe 4<l  ;-���������. chains west, thence 40 ohaius south, pi  %S to Summit Ctee&;th^  58. Creek *������ coiat of bbuameiiPemecfcv oon^  ig; tainiug 160:.aore83nirir$  = Frbd ^btvbSson; Applloaht; ?  :-Sdwn^:???2,^gtisoh,v?Ageuu.?'-?:  Date, TSw^^9^^^^g^0^  DENTISTRY  W-:  .'. --Ttlv:iS������:-KAX������l# **��������� X5������ ������>���������  IB  IB  it  CRANBROOiv,  [ gtaii M_i  i  i  0Tty   TXtWB^BBSAJ  /> iS b__������J������ ���������  in. a> .  <_._s������-a~n-r������> w*������*  i  SYKO?������!S OF C^HADIAHjfSSS*1"  COAU-Coai asanas rights may b* ws^ou  ortwe������������aM>aeyes������^������S������������w',*1^*t'M:i*S??tta,,  j rental oe*l*a������ere.KotmoreJ*������tt JtiSS&ito  ���������i Ms **������ *& lease* to one *eP"������!?Vi Jwwjy.  if tor the *Mfcrtot must i^ nil W������ o^*^?,?1)?,  it ifca ������������tol tor tt������e first yew most be Wj*,*"  i&e   *S6B* wmm   w������������  v������j- ���������--- ���������* ���������-=  ^.������kft1Ww.lr.lrv9v  . ^^???f^^iGEB^.?vv;?;-,.  Nelson Load Wsitibti ������istriot M West  -.?; mke abtioe?ii^t:^:Sed;Q, uhatem,vpi  .... Montreal.;Q������etv;bob^j^tibh man  ^^.^^^"P^r? :man, iatsaai:-tp; ap^ly Ibv permission -t<<  'f^^m^m^'i/fT^i database '^P.-fQiiQ'vsas;g-;:;d8sorlbbd lands:'  "^^     ~^~~    "       Ooaim3cojB^^a^sl;?^hte4biB iht-  north bank ci Summit; Creeki ebon t ten  chains sostb P??^iebrfefc^as6 boraer bi  lot 8831, theacb^nbr^ 86 blsaiE9,v;t^  west 80 onain5^|Lhenc(a.''.'ebxith' :8Q :bhai-n^  or to Summit-rOi^fctlipnbp along Sum  mit Greek to point of commeuoe^eut,  I .loucainiag 640 acrss, snore or less.  Ss������ G OHATRM, Applicant,  Date ITfch, Kov, -ii. Edward Ferguson, j  ?      At Any Hon?     ?  Razors Ground and Ses  '6L������ ���������*-/  Agent.  ������ *  ������������������"���������      _  ______    ������!���������������������������������  I������__������ a^c5b_tei i^-SJ f������*4 by, 1,500.  ._.        lo-  iiiiMiri. _^Mr^^ ^ -^ifiw.       *^^** *H!,' ������  S ������i^������> r=������?ijr������saeato eoraplts- wits, -ne oiaim  ' x_*y*^*5>ttrch-������>d������*������i ������a acrs,  *1__.������SSR   FUSING   CLAIMS ������ro 8������ *������*���������  joaffan_lroml.0C0to2.wp fieetwlaev ������J*J?  _T-i������.������. ���������>_._.k.n ������il.l  mnn������ tin ex������)6���������(tea  '"RAM HAiTiFI D. Proa  >__#��������� 9       ������ ���������   W   ���������        B B ������       ���������_������_ ���������   ���������������_���������> ���������__���������_ MXT   ���������      ������    ��������� "���������,*'���������'   .  1__i T- ���������  JP^ y^/^/) ^F&VWifrt*fWlf*!1!^*** ^H"^^^**-r <^���������^������������������������"���������1^������*ira^i*������<������*-'qfiS-w^f-^wn^w>Fi)W"M >  -���������vwir������-r ar       *arr^TT������_fra J-*'*^-* _���������  ifiSHl iBSOXtmov.  HOnS-52 TO -REST  CHBSTOK        -  M   MOHf I?   F'M&Sg  RI  Si ,^"  I  w. w��������� cgbt;  Deouty Minis ier of the Interior  hotics  NelsottLandDisfcricC District of Wcbi  Kdotenay,  Take notice that I,   Ethel Imckwell, |  of Toronto,   One., ocdupciuon,   ]tfux-r, '  intends to apply for permission __ to pur  chase the loiiowing described Inuds:���������  Commencing at a post planted op the  ���������iorth. back of Smmuit Creek, sboat one  qr^rter mile distant, easterly, from tin*  mouth of   Toby Orsek, and about six  miles fro.o the month of S__o_&i������> Creek,  then.ee north 40 ohninp, theuoe  east 4(1  chains thence, south  40 chains, thence  west 40 chains tc point oi  cornmence-  mens, containing 160 acres4 more or less,  . Ethel XjUokwkli., Applicant.  Edward JPerguson, agent.  e~  "a  JL  if  JOS.  l-IIH1VIIHi4lll rVMll*-!^  si   ��������� a   b _���������   ��������� ��������� w a   m   ���������  _^b   h a  _  s     s     s ^ s SL-S a P  ���������     ^^ -   "���������������  -=E5__H._yuUi|i luwiv # m  l.i.  4  'Nurseries' Vernon* B.  C  S Ha!>e a *verv fine assortment of #  ^  :<������*  B  Th* W������et>Ettd Holiday    >������ -- >_ *���������������������������-���������������   vmh������>s oa rvrr** i  ftV 1^9I>V������  ������������������^^^���������-^^^^^^���������������������^-w>^-������m������������ w>^^������^������i>*'������i>wr  ^*-^-^^^'    1   'I   "��������� ^^>l^>-^^^^^^1^  i?;������i.'.-n en. nil Hnntine S  *?A_>    -rr    _*r*,s_r_'Yt?T"^T T.        IS ���������2_S-*f___ftlr^j|l___3  Ik'.  TnmWMcm  BSAIi ESTATS, Bfee-  TRAIL       -      -      -  B.C.  t    ^ j.      _ ^   __ ---���������  f^l-i_f>-r������_0-~������~iir*1*   "   " '**  ******^* '���������'*������������������*��������� "*  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. IiAHD SWRVttYOa A.KD   ABO-ilTSCrl  Plans and Spsolttcations  CRESTON -       -���������'      - B.C.'  CRfiSTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit T-tdids. Town Property and ininr-  anoa  *KS IT HH5B 2������rifflBt980r  CRESTON  B.C  W*S���������������Brown  Hm opened up ������������-kin at **<���������������  old st*nd, near tho Mercantile fitorw.  IQmmmrmIOimokmmHh  WwHk mmd Hwmm  Mmmiajf  GOOD, OLD-FASHIONED  comfort in driving will bo youja. if  you biro your tie from ua. All of  our carriages rldeV easy, and they're  drawn by Hvo horses that go without constant urging.  OUK I_IVKRY SBRVIOEJ  is especially well adapted to moot  every requirement that you could  make cf It.   WO atuurga but a fair  [   price for the, pleasure one  of our  rigs will give you.  !������***-*.������.���������������.* ���������������������*���������������     -���������������     Cr^n  vamvi vi������    ������m_-   +*,**������������  CRCaTON  tlVtRY  ass  Before Cutting  m Contract  For Um������ Uuildlug of your Hew  Bo***, Store, Office, Worluihop  mm. A*Vi������i- lt������ilbtlt������ir. writs or call  <kj������ tu������.   UsUmatos gHr������m on all I  kI-Ml������ of work.  Rftiiair3& Alterations  | r       A ������������������'���������OIAI.TV (  nfA* in tii wide variety of atylcs  mm* L mm**ru\ *U-������. fc������* Juttt M HCCUrftl*.  ilMt *��������� UHrSfUl W ��������������������� l������r������mr www*  ^^ ffsrla&Ha FwOaniUmmn  mmumsmseam  m'hw Un* or f 1 liiK#ir������<dl watohds and  IrThsmr��������� lessnnsiinin ti-������ t���������*���������'- -���������' ������������������- tiv* w----  v"     *" ������.���������-������������������  -.������*   All  W*������-'V I    . *������mI.  JOHN   BOYD,  Cretan |          .. ...i-.���������      .ii.ii,liiiltiiiiilliiiliiii>iil_VIMII������IIIMIIIIIIIM������l'  m������*t\n*y<- **������  %lt we arc pavmS +  permmum crditcu mlhV'  ^ opvart>)5!ll5ectTo^StV  %bweotmoiacf for clients  w Ktst wmWesS^oa  ^ctKrail IfoaiKialluawcsa.  We v^YoQt saving accnl  S if you are not mwvh$ ' *,  t^ema'Kcau^ >��������� ������������������*-?���������'^  temcuceNcwWMs.  -������. ^. ^. easilylian^c^ ���������  ���������Y5^rj,aett& .VDraff,  ^TOittw*&wr633  Order oi Tk&iftcwxP^  better & wljtajft  can be mW^* + ? +  Ware Rc^oiwiWe  or to a\i/Due la ���������*  Write us aWftto^ay  Doaw'!!!!!  ci iiati/rf^A^rit ii f.n inrn  321 fiAWibie jStreetr.  NOTICE   OF   PET.TIOiN  ml , f  j    To whom it may concern, a numbe r  of Citizens in Creston, Erjckson, Can-  ypnOity, and Alice Siding districts  districts that arelocaled in the Koot .  nay Valley B, C.   believe the time is  ripe  to form a municipality of said  districts; to this end after thirty   (30)  days from date petitions wiii be taken  round the said distcicts to receive the  signatures of property owners on the  matter, % ���������  On bobalf of interested parties.  fi _������  "run  <s������  *  #:  Oriental and Shade ^Trees  and Shrubs 1  4fr  Budded, Stock a speciality  All trees offered for sale,   ������s?e grown in .ota     i  own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate   <������>  4'  Dec. 14,1911  "Walter V. Jackson.  NQtlCE  Ten dollars ($1.0) reward will be paid  f0������ Information or evidence leading ti  ' he ccaviptiou or puni huaent of party  or partleB who malloiOusly rolled a orat  of crockery off the platform of the' CreH  ton Mercantile Co., store on Moudaj  night, Deo. 11.  Geo. M. Qunri.'  Jproyincud Const,  f V. D. Curry, Gen. Agt, Vernon.;���������  NOTICE .,���������  MeBsrs Mnrdooh &> Onllauder aro now  readv to take* orders for wood cuhtinj/  from 10 cords upwardB for $1.26 per cord  'Uhay will take.tneir 4 II. r. ookiuo aud  dr,-g saw to the wood wherever it is  Yon nam������ the place. Thoy will bring  tfcg wtaohinory. \, ���������  The i?^/\srye Nurseries,  Comprising W Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Wo lenrn tliut the unscrupulous agent of and irreflponsible nnrsfiry cotopany  has oirduhited therepmi; ihiough ihe JSootenaya that hi. firm suppH d hb  with a largo number o. fruit trees lncstyoar. Wo wish to say that there is  absolutely .iio imtU iii jhw Blatemeut and wo strictly gxiarantcs to tbo������ placing orders with ua for nursery stock that they will rocoivo nouo hut frutt  tr������Ies grown-n't onr own nurseries at Grand Forks, B. 0.  AU our fruit Im-H are ofour own growing and we offor^tfOO reward to  anyone v ho enn prove to the contrary.       Sept. 6, 1911. *  Iror Ui������taloj/"������ and Price. )>Bt, Write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, CrcstpM^b.C*  esMSssn  mm  OROH ARDI  ne-.  K)  NOTICE  Notloo^is hereby given that a soHHinn  of tho Coqrt of Boviaion cd Appeal  for the Nolson ArnnHHinnnt Dlstriot will  be held at the Cm. t ������ou������������e. City, of  jtifciwoH tin WmliiHHiliiy iha TOfcU dny cf  January, A. D , 1012, at tho hpar of  IU Ul the utrmiooii lot* iho |int'.Mirui *���������������  hearing and detarmiiiinit ������uoU uom-  plalnts agalnut UKucu.iimnt-,  of v.hi.:I.  IlAVJC TllK PlNTCHT    ������������������������������������  Home������Qrown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries^ fctc,  p,mmt0mmt*dmm**m**������i'  in ip^ MM������������a������^������iiis>������i������a������is<^^  ���������*���������#*���������i i~><f>mm<m������*0*0^<*+mm*mr**+***<h********'  ~~" FOR   FULL   PARTICULARS  ^"ni(JHAU!)H������COMIV   , )AS.,COMMON,  Abcvgi'iivo, 13.0. ���������, .Ureolion, l%Vt  duo JuOtluij l;.-..", !j  Iwvi*  *V������m^>  l���������i CrostonSh ootxtnk������>r  t!    '    DRINK $M  HIT HORPESI  I8.MMM���������������w8  .- . .-       .   . ������    ���������     .... ,. ..������  Dotsd at KulBon, 27ta day Doo. 10U,     L  i. nf.. - ���������'      - -   i ���������*  >v    *<���������������������������'���������-���������'-"���������/    >*,.* '*'*���������..���������������������������  '"'n'"***  ^  ���������I-'  ���������..MkV-   '"r ... >        - ���������:'���������  "��������� V .r-"-' ..���������^,>'^'^-. >'���������-,. 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