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PBEi  .Mi'inriirir-  mmm  Wh^^^'-ytM^f^M  ^hHe&al^  ya  ,   'ii       ���������������������������'*' ������������������".'���������I,' J'IiU.i'.u, ���������; ���������'>.��������� ', .-.���������':' 1 ���������"��������� iV*t**������rci ?n_a  -.H -."_������I *��������� ��������� -��������� |%Jf.J_;fl;-.:yS.y{^:S*-';. J^r.&y^y.^ya^s.^^Bs'T^yl  r-y-x-^i  Filled with confidence that the Provi  '5-S.tiii  will lake hold of the reclamation project as soon as ^suitable  man can  Ji^'t^i_^tL'.;V^^P_i_'3 -lariidi-'. full pai^ui������ws^oi|  application a_?fi<87iew Office  |������Ranchvyfea^ef^y!^OT:;  ^xfaeriettced', Teacher ^M$y$&?&  --���������-.     .^;t;^..TtT--'..       ���������- ...T.T     v   r...;^.^:.'*r.:-4"-T.K-^'.TT>iT^.T.T-YT.T.T  :ja4^d't6:a-ajt: a priy^i&yda^  ^resi^.sMu8-ic,ve seve^  pund the Dointaion^dthfoug^ the] ^  gj'J^'yM^^  \wiritteil'T/]^|;oryy^^d;  will: t .'leay e;-; T_^i_d'btt|jf^  ..-���������... ";..'   ...   ....,",   -..-���������.'      .   ,-. '" ..   - ���������  *-;���������  Tbier^ate^Jtlieiy isil ofth'eXJhi^i.^  ^ectitiv^ '"  :. nbtvjite-!-'^^ iixi^taitit?  when He cauio^iaiii titoo ���������enough  to leave has olfiacjMdutieE^^i-^  ��������� totta.;. The Premfeivfio^e^r^rp--  y^jsed 'toy mate^it;at*>^^iy' - as.  :.poJss^eyin?^is yea^-;-' ;���������? V v:";': S:> .'.y.;  *!)������<_������  .-vs;;ift?-������������fi-i  an  r^::y;^:'yyyiy^  ;'y';y"%^%������^  \-::-":-.-y ���������'*��������� ���������������������������������������������=��������� -t:;t.;V<.c\.;-:-..,c������. .,v.... ,;.-_;.,;���������., yy^y:,::yy>y...:^:.y>y.'���������::���������*iTjS\!:.Mv'..-.v\:fci-A;;T?:.;.H.^^T4,. .  entire  #y  n6,.ar^  y-yyyy'ji:;  .'?-_nevr:bf   -Cooking, Housework, j^eedl^Worl  Nursing,}ov care of cbiMi.*eh oiiml^������M;  uad^fekerK by the ds-y. y^^rB^f^ii0_  %;$3.-y.. <E.tiSs^B|: ^tai^i'Gt&^^i^;^ K?  States since leaving here las-: 'Sopite-p-  $iexv;R..^S. :Beyaii-Tahd^hfey  ifciinrned to Creston i'ilast.;:> week,;;-p!������?^*&  |q get back into the���������:S^l^^:-^^%  ^c, Bevah intends to;launch into the  sMttoiuiobile business-or ; rather has  Touched? into that ;busine8s  already.  Ee^lVbetheTpion^  t^. trtide' ihythe galley; a^  ;l^r businhss ^vrith his chiwacteristjc  grvSSiveness.  ^?;s-'?t?; -f^Si^.Beva������ i.Rst^^nvtbe-u^e'bfTF6rd|^  5^������^-und intends. building a garage on;  a^plbt of gtoundin ai Conspicuous pla.ce  iiea*!-ne; M^tcasatile, store, 'y?Hs; .will  trtarfc jbuiloUn^ itji the ; near  Dicr-iM-i-. i  i w ----v ��������� ���������������������������������_-  T.VT/.   ;i'  :E%0kiwg.--?!ns������ru������t������r?^!  ?)y?-:?'y ''������p&ie';$%G&&������i ii rd^^j^^iyfyy  ���������'���������'��������� .-< T-.'.j.T'-TjT. i3;;j;..T.-T.,.-: -���������.������������������,..'���������'.'������������������j'''iTM:VfJWA^i?5!B5fe)  ,.' ;.-��������� r.';,^%r.;������.-,-.=;?v.;-p-.. .*: v:,...--^ T������.'.;vi-v'?'.'..:7.^'fi|si?'^raK  ?,-:!., :'-'..?^.;fi :yy^::-yyy^yw^M^?0������^f  ^K:'-lie'?poIi^a^-i-e^^  thca^^ Conser^ative?;A4^poiattti������j?neiaJii������T *''^������^       _  -:OiSP5S���������������  vi������ir.������V3������sR4r5>A ���������Prti.Sfsa-.-TTSvJ.ATS;  ^iM^meetiqgidje^jwe^  of the'Beaver: club w.ed9_^^^'i^i?^-;ssj!|^^  ; tt. . ���������...-;-,>;., .���������.���������',':���������������������������. ������������������!������������������ T-.-v Tt ..t'���������;'  t-.t:^^./^: jWtWJ^^^^S^KWSPriJ^JiS?  .'iVT . 'v-.'-nnnTnaKtv:. fcK4_T':wi'i������iri'.M������������_A**4l������l_E:*>'iV^..15s.fe  ':":? Tbeyfi06:|]gTi?o^e^  to.;: g6l>SplapP^:.'?!-v^fc������:W^  ;^eApoly^illsnl5^aM^p^^^  "^er?t^ein.ti^  rnent instructor? iwil^fectui^^  ;sliii^^^'.Bas^^  and MwsPatfard of Qneen*a ^sa-y-Koo't  enay ?LaLe, are visiting the , Rev. and  ���������_^|������bilip^^ ':'y^0^^myM  a greater interest tn  vatiyeliaes  bt*yi^wity^^  '���������T...T'T:-V'���������':>-^T:..%T::-.t...^.('YA'.>ri.;.'^  'f-; T?S ���������^'>?fe??vy;f3?Tt??;:,vBS^i^  '' Ki^s^ '?f^t j?S w^^S^sSfei^^^  1-nnJI(������CI'.T������ ���������..01^S^E..'-:*J*>j.-i������r^-v ���������uTTSi..  ?? - -Tue :m^ing::TWas':ca^ed;^  ... ���������.���������....:.......: .....i.."^:..^....    ���������������������������"������������������''^���������������������������'r'-������'-"--^.T..^J.'S!r.*OT&**><^������3yS^S5r  fsiturijas"^^be has already -bi^ered cat-s  -%������������������������������������ \r:--;yj-'!yi::y:yy-     y-;yy-:^. 'OXv-He appiB': :pa������������..l������-.U4t*.V*������*." *5yV-yi.Vf^i^������T''  --^biise t^em?as;pbMu ?��������� :^??l^e7.Tgetyae^^  Wl  ili^^.*ficiti^^:S^T!l^       .    .^..���������w^.^-V..,.:,.-^  Si^^^iiiq������*M|^  ^.aas^emg sufficient  to. do the work.   The Cabinet then  .ji^a^a ,4,^*-������rtoiiv tiiafa orattt would be set aside for the work.  ���������CABINET W3U-   PICK   AN   EXPERT   ENGINEER  dow at the Mercantile store-.  ?^llbecaiieHt������se?Sootepa.y4Sa-age;aaa. ,^.^3^,^ ::K,, -s..;yi.r.ww^iki^festtft  ^y-::.?'-;?'?-:n'-y*i:Tri^T'':!;..-^:::yS-^ ^-;:The-two.classes;ywh.cb:.-;^r%^ei'l^  Will be rua-?.in: Sr'conjunccioit^T^atu^ wae: ^ ..;��������������������������� ^ ��������� ,y-.- --.-v.^'^^ "' ���������-'----������������������ .-��������� ��������� ���������-��������� -  '���������y������y-"-:y;-y, -'^^^���������^y^^^^^-..ry:-Ais hasiiad under nist.:  Kootenav Garagesm Craubrook anaji,f yyivAy^yyyy:-^..^,.  ������*������^������^.-^..?.:.r.<.;.,v.-T-nT-^:-.':'-::-KT-S;^??.'i^T::;i::4.-it.i   the paSt tWO W.eeJCS,  ���������c-.i .-,.'< T;--.'..���������'.-"���������",������������������'''-'".-.��������� -'.'-������������������"',."-*; "-.,.;'.-'- .'���������. /; ���������  i^eriaie.'::' ;OheTexpeW.;?^Ul������Kan<ile  ^^nesB'thatr''the"o^  Miss Olga Wigea   and Miss A^^j^^^^^^^'^^f^^SS^^i  Hagen of Wyimdel are staying at ij^p;[f^^^?'i:,^^s''w'a^���������'?^^PB.^^^v-?'v'v?������  1 Creston Hofcel this week and -*_e|������fe^^  ���������TOuia se^the.^ _<? mate: WEere they had to go to get , ^^^ Sale_NKtriy neWi 5|ls^i.v;; *S:M  lent progress and Mr. .''Berkley says.he J^1  WU1 go away from Creston feeling as- President and Jkmes-^a^^^^;.-y y^  M^lii<^id^ai^  "_>^4_'U  bargain for* quick sale.   Apply at The  Stvview.  of the year Saturday evening, Feb.  171. It will be a masquerade event,and'  the border town is looking for a large  crowd from Creston.  Mm and this,search and eiimination is going ouuow,  \ Compton anb^liowenberg^ believe that the-foaii will be picked j    1 aid the engineers at work by May i or at least aoon afterwards.    Porfc hUI w*u ~te biggest dadce  The attitude o| the Cabinet on the matter of having the  people across the line assist in reclamation of the flats was  It shown When B. E. Elliott.of Bonn ers Ferry-made a statement  of what his people are willing to do.    Premier McBnde said.  "Do not let that worry you.Mr. Elliott.    We know that  our brothers across the line are ready to do  everything in  their power to assist us. We kiiow that the line is^ there and?  ^iiat we are mends aud ne^  take care of this matter.    At the same time we  thank you  ���������' lbri:your;.6f_e^Mr;:.Ell^^     y''      ..'���������.;...,,'  U^'^f-Vr-v-f  The iJjnOJAprl!  wv%y.  ;r������?^  ������������������Holier skating every afternoon and  evening at the auditorium.  While in Victoria, Guy Lowenberg did some effective  work in the iuterests of proposed legislation whicli will br^g  more ti-ienhoiie lines to interior British iiolumbia.   In speak-  '������������������wua5" ������������������'!���������"���������'���������-.���������"?.." .".���������::������������������:���������        -.,���������������������������������������������;>"���������..������������������ ���������    ���������?���������".,;���������?" ���������*;' ���������������������������: . ��������� ���������;���������������������������  ������,Tte telephotie sltuatiou in interior Britisli Columbia is  yery m(jtite, particulaTlif so In th<5 Koc^^ayts.   The local conv  munitiea til ^.:j>.teito^ for incd-'porat������  ing ru|al teiepipues, without g_*_^t ^pense.   You m'a^todvi  thftt Mr Schofjeld has besn 'pricing,;;fbr���������; sptue weeks on this  telephone matter aud as a resultpi his influence and present*  ations the Freinicr assured me before leiiying ��������� Victpriaviltl-ii it.  wan the intention o- his j^pyte-F^^^tit:;' r*b'^jii^Of-iiiic<B a teliphpjrie  net.   6wini to the hard pre8aure at whtchth^  his Ministers hftve beep working of late X. was unable to find  out before I left juat what the details ot; tMs'lcgislation will  be. but ik ..lie main it' .wili.m-ov.dc the' rririchcr"^ With facilities  for easy and ttiexpeusivc incorporation of; telephone companies  together with a mea������ttte of governmentias8i8ta^ce.M |  ������'The Premier also anticipated beiiii; afete to provide at  an early date for the construction and operation of long distance linei in the interior, but until recei^ng a definite reply from tlie Do.ntniott govetument with wiiom he is already  in touch he was unable to say exactly what his government  isprei*Aicl to do in fchia matter/'  A couple of the young men of t?res-;  ton have beeu bor-rowing newspapers  itom The Eeviow office   during the  past week.     We And that they are  I amusing themselves by  cutting   out  the cartoons and sending therit to their  "lady loves".   The supply of  papers  will be stopped hereafter and we apologize for our iunocent connection with  the matter. '..-"'   ���������  V' "Sells VaTib������i5'T?Mjodels ^?y;S;M  Mr. Bevan cali-dr.ui?'o-_.-:.ti-)B?^6^f^o^.  tor Car Company/^ofncii.^^^to^e;  Bast and arranged?;;;tha|i.-:;-juje^beoo������iii.e.  their representative ?inytliisr^istrlct;;  Besides the I^ord Moclels���������vjh^T^^lso  handle the Oldsmobile caj?s^'i.jbKjB J-;'3^1iwi|.  ders motorcycles and the Mci^tyre  trucks. ������������������'���������   ??���������:?.���������,:'���������''���������.'���������' [ ':..;       '"��������� .??:.?;.y';?  Mr. Bevan is bringing automobiles  to Creston at the same time ".'trialr.'tjhte,  road builders are flgUring upon putting  Creston on a good basis m the matter.  of highways.   The road from KuBka- r   . .^ .   .. ���������������������������<���������-        ,.  -      ;^;   >. ' 4-'',i    -iv       ,'Li   i ?      It has been suggested by  several m-  nook to Goatfell wdl probably be  opr ;/,.:��������� Wf*^-.'"���������;'���������:   ������? ��������� .,    ������������>    ������������������",������������������������'���������".  ��������� ^. ,.;,_,,;   .      teresstedpersons that the a)th anniver-  ened up this summer and this will give f���������"  H      . ���������    -..��������� .?  .,..  ��������� ^ , .'������������������.        ,,     ^ _nt.Tr    of      tho     foiuidlncr     of    tho  Creston a good roau into tnovrow   y?7"      .       ���������        ���������-.���������,.      ,     ~    , .       :  J,       :-���������: ... -.. ��������� '.." ������������������'���������''��������� town  would be the   best   date  . to  country.   The road across the border WW v?y;u-u  ���������       A;   _?   ,*.     ���������_      y :.-:������������������  ,      ,    .  ' '     ,'.������������������"    j. v hold the annual Old Timers Banqliet  is already in good shape for automo-1 *^V* .������������������" ,    ���������     X:      :    r  .��������� ,  .. .. . .    _i.    and it is very likely 'that.'tho -pioneers  mobiles and? it is easy to reach -tlie?    "y,?*v^   S*~-���������\rmuL.Xxi\i.:^mlumm**.  Spokane district.  :3iairimGo'mi^S  ���������,>'(���������>'.''"''���������-^-.''i '^i^^-vV'^*"7''-1-.^^-^^^'^'---"':^ :::^V'\'.v1|.:;.:;-':l.'V^>^'^-;;^''i,^n;V/^^^  NieariyS.^..years?ago,pi_^tKeyi?Ttlr?;������4f ���������*"'"' ��������� *"^~Jt^!:A^ni  Aln^Mayb^  "' ';"" ' "'"" " "' ;^^oVlnce;^iV-:';be!p1^   pebpl_';.al:,thaW.ime^  :der:'il^:T?btufE i'^ipon ^wfeicti; tnb?: ���������ox^p&:  fCr'e^_bn.^'o^:;'is':')lo'^  ^���������'^^^^^���������^*^t^ be had fbund^hte  itoi.ur0,-homO:X4'n_i he made a.resolve.  ^oi^of;?MaV^  ���������  -         ....     .-     ..,   .:    ��������� ���������,...-.-...     -.v...,:.,,.,.....?^^  'the? feeliugy,that /perisbns;:' 6^id^.-^|p;^.^j^|ii  ^illey bbid for:- Gre^oia^Jj_iM;^^?:|||^  every where-heT turned^iny^  'iia^dreston-aiid he talces.a, pride inyliis|of attitudi&fbr-his;di8-^  ^oJtrte:4own;y���������.'     '���������"-'���������yy'"\ >.������������������<   ���������"���������"���������'������������������ '-,j'[of theyiiitwldchn^  ������������������Gents clothes cleaned, preHsed and  ^paired.   Mlas H. M. French.,     , 18-lt  ���������'":>'.. '���������'���������:-i\  yyyy^  ,.?. '���������-��������� ,t..^.ii  '.1,',.";','v  i'..'ir.j;.t-,.T;ii'j  Tho Creston Free MaBons  will hold  their first annual At Homo on Wetl.,  , James Cook, Jamert Compton and  D. S. Timmons came: baok. Saturday  from Victoria whero they were attending tbe sessions of the Fruit Growers  Association convention.  Mr. and Mth. W. K. Brown wont to   _        Spokane last week to look over machl-  dvening Fob. 21. Progxoaslvo whist I n6ry which MriBrowriintondedinHtal-  and dancing will be in order from 01 jngjn a box factory duruif? tho com-  p. m, until 2:80 a. m. \ ling months.    Although ready,to  in  stall the onglnoH aud machines at once  Mr. Brown accopted the. advice of men  In the businesH in the Spokane section  anddecldod to defer his building and  jnanufacturing hoIuuiu. for a year at  least with tho demand for boxes and  crates limited nn It Is at prouont.  berg made to theyGi^inent in ^w^in  terests ot thei lo^ande mbvempnt^ a  then announced that Premier';McBrideyw(;y^.;;w^5  .had'.?promiB'ed' to visit.; Grestoiiin ��������� ��������� -fcft^!;w|^'  near .'future,:.. '-\'Tlii_^:'^hott'nciE>m_^  brought fbrbh, an  especially s'h^ii'-y'^^!  round of applause.*-?-. ��������� ������������������)>' ���������.;^( !'������������������'���������.  rheofflcers were thencalled u'poi^':i������������^  speeches and in the course of h|s re.  niarks W, Si? Wiitsoh aAyoca^ytlie  i.v .<r;.L  i.*m....yf  .-J J4\������V:I  of the Kootenay Valley will gather in  Creston 'on that date.   No details of  the coming celebration have ' been arranged as yet but thoHo will be. perfec- .        . ...  tea in the near future.                          VWldin^'of.:^_^lir' imwUngB ::^^'^hU.   .���������. ���������-������������������������������������---' I was actud upou a motnen- later.    It  V������No Smoking" was the rulo at the  was decided to hold regular meethigs  ^on the aecbrid\8la-uYady'^  lint, DeceinherandFehruil4ry'h;0-^^  with special meetings when :-:������iece^r^.|?p^;  Votes of thanks were '_ondor_i'.':::^  apple packing Bohool this week. The  members of the classvtook a vote on  tho question and those that wished to  indulge had to docoruto the front  stop whllo thoy took a few pui-s.  ���������!-r.\J  n^.. *r  /'i  I    Tho   Creston   Mercantile company  Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Put.  nan, a son, on Tuefldny, February fl<  Some OroBton people havo received'  frsm Edinburgh; Scotland, that  a largo company theife has* bought  o,000 acres of laud in tho viofiilty of  Qatoway. It In anuouncwl that tho  uact *vill bo duvulopod the uomiug  tuuutner. ,'.'>  how liaB flomfi 23,000 posts ranked  abtWe the O. P. B. Trades near tho  station. These along with tho poles  that aro being swiftly loaded upon  (tat cars by tho Sullivan force m'ako  Creston look"'mora like a lumlioHng  point than the agricultural dlotrlot  that It Ih,  H. Sohofleld^r his aBsistahce to t*^^; ;;, yi^l  lowlands delegation and als o to , that ^ I  delegation for its work. i   .:'v^;'.>:"C^|p  The Creston young   pooplo tnrnod  out hi a body at tho diinnri at Kvlokson  "* I Inst Friday ovonlng.   Tho llttlo hoHoo1  Tho" rogulor monthly mooting of tho  Board of Trado will bo hold noxt'Tuesday evening.  Tho (Jroston Mercantile company  has been moving its general stow*  goods Into tho section formerly uacd  by tho Bank of Commurau.  houso was a much crowded p.a.io as a  reuult.  E.'LauionbiBUto first man in Crcs-  toil to own a motor cycle. IIo .brought  ono In Monday.  The Crcr.ton PrPtjbrtc.'rlan Blblft cla������������  hold'its regular monthly mooting at  the homo of Tliomas Hiokoy, ��������� at Canyon City last Monday ovonlng. Tho  ola-H went out in slolghu.  Davo   l.darmouth   Is busy  sawing  tion in front of tho O. P. U. station,  On Wednesday, February ';H;';'iK-������:.*  ���������regularmonthly meetlnc;of thm-W^iii^f**h\  T. U. will be hold at tho home or Iktw '^J^Jf  M,F.Kby instead of at the 'home ^fy^'^r^i  Mrs. Hendorson, M^hoae l_iil^ i|iay^^Ml  exchanged dates. The subject)* am* y^,������  leaders are those named on tha pro- f M'������  gramme card for thle time.     ',���������, ''tfy**  ~a8-y^r,'-lbth-B' oleaned, ������������w_Mid;/y:-;^g  and ropalrod by Miw H-M-il^Wi^y^  ...   .*'..  Father ��������� Beok, Iwlng W'Vi_4i������tt^^  ivill be unaWo to bold ���������orvleee twj ��������� th#  iocal Catholic church Snndafr.      )        ,  Jv  ' - ��������� ���������������������������..���������;"������������������-  -_��������� ���������': .' '. :' .yy%!%k  , . Mr������. i.uoyCoi������-, who ___awi'^.'^,:,V^iSiS1  O. J. Wlgon i-cturuoa from Victoria |    The bright social even- next 'week |^y8 ^^ Oroston l������ft SundayVior 'yKml  ullday. will be tho St. Valentino'n day dance 0imnbrook.' *\    ���������   :y.v.:'���������'.''..yi^t  ;.;4%.:.>i  ..-"ft**..  ���������tt_VJ4w*S*  ijltmj' \tyj.v������Hi .44..-.V   '������������������'."���������.\,J...-  ���������J''     ...J,..:,  Miiiiiiifiriww^^  4,_4|l������44_*4_iriilll llll'llH ||   II _ |^l������_|W-l_l-_44_-4_-������������_*  J���������Wll",,!    .ini|l."."ii������il.i|i,W.j'������li������_l'������PJ;.      'iiTl*)*-  ,������'  ���������>  4- 4   ,. ^     4    ....    ���������  mmos;.".  ,"*���������  -Miii^iir������-iiWn_---i-i-M--_ri---^^  ������������������*    '  #:l     '.*'y*w-'-vc.;>';-^>rv..  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'"-:? -.Vj ''"-.- C������PiessH*t."*'*���������',y.,'  WyfMi'.'l   Fielden Avas not enjoying? his game  K*m?;   ' bf billiards.- It wasa favorite game of  ..........���������"���������/''y bis, au|4_?vaQey:wliicli he had not had  !!!',.?  v^niu'ch op^poVrtihit>* of- exercising lately*  i% 'fefc i but he would, have ;given something'  "���������"-* for-an -excuse to get out'of it.    The  .* reason was obvious why Copley had  ; | made  au excuse: to  get May   out of  | the room.   His instinct told him what  | was going on, and. if.he-had had. any  ~i lingering doubt?on the subject it would  'j.Jiave been dispelled by the^ most cas-  K ual glance at. Sir George. .  -.-.������' _W Haredale had lost all his genial-?  -^hfi,���������;.,%ity. He-.he'cah-esSilent and; depressed.  'fpMyyiYrom time... to?*time he glanced aux-  |?y'\y y< lously toward ...the door.' If such, a  W/..*- 4.tiling were .possible to a man of his  ir?^V, l position, and , svith. a record like his, it  yy.yy r might be said that he looked as if lie  K.{,^^������rf tiad been committing some crime, and  i^yyy was in deadly Tear of belngyfound out.  ;c> -V i There was no longer room for���������. ties-'  \r"������i'-/i. tation in Fielden^ 'tiiind. There was  fJ,>:->'- ff a conspiracy. between Sir George^and  ������������������f .Copley ������������������against May Haredale. s'happi-  '; ness. Fielden wa^'bqiling/' It seemed  '}.-incredible that a-man...like Sir.George  " could deliberately become a party to  J such ay.seheme .as this. And so the  i game went on. with two people at  ! ledst"hot.taking the faintest interest  i la,it. ; Then the door of the billiard'-.  ��������� room opened and May Haredale came  f In. yy-- y-'-::. ,?  ' :��������� ���������;���������..:-.-������������������  >]-..   Fielden shot; a^. swift glance in her  v "direction.   HeJ'saw how pale her face  f was,? how haughty and set 'Were her  feattfreSvT. ThereCwereltxaees of tears  ithe-'Twant?.^^^  I suppose you can? :gue.is what {happen-  ley said ' to vnW."':.:-''���������?:".':.:''''':.-?-'^:-?:':?:;";yv'.;!  ; ?������ir George ;shpok hia head. ��������� His . at-f  tempt to appeal' unconcerned was ao  t grotesque a  failure that  in  spite ?of  her  unhappiness   May  could   not  repress a smile. ....<,;?';"?,.-  "Oh, you are very .transparent." she  cried. "You make a bad?���������.conspirator?,;:  father. You know perfectly well/what?  happened tonight. You know why? we  were asked to din.e-withMry Copley.  He has .done* tne the honor to ask xne  to?be his wife. Now. don't pretend to  be surprised, b'ecause1 Mr. .Copley had  your, full sanction;'... in fact.; he, told me  that'he had discussed the matter with  you more than once.'v   ?'?���������?:  "And you.accept.edrhini.?"'Sir George  ���������asked eagerly.  I;>    T,   V^   ���������;    4,i,4    -   'wU444C *.\J        Cli.tft." ).'������ Vi^������V'*44.4.T .  Kow let me ask ypu a question.   Suppose that your position was as good  as it was twenty years ago, and there  were no mortgages on the estate:    Tn  thatca.se. What would yo" have said  te Mr.? Copley if he had expressed to  voii a wish ^o become your son-in-law?  You wouldn't have turned him on' r.f  the house, because we don't do things !  like that no\y a days.     But your reply <  would have been no less unmistakable, j  You would have made Mr. Copley feel  the  absurdity  of  his  ambition.       He  would never have heen asked to come  here a.s*ain.    Now i<?n't that so?"  Sir George shuffled about uneasily.  "Other  times,  other methods."    he  answered.     "You   see.   the   condition  of things is quite altered.   And. rca.ly,  ���������some of our best  wom'en marry ri"]: i  men who have nothing partfeu^r io ;  boast  of  in  the  way  of  pedig-������ o.    Ij  could call a dozen oases to rand"  "Yes."   Mav  retorted.     tAmt  1  ?is^^^ltl^-tr--?'^--ii������3rt  Buffered wliii  y Mxv 3B. W.'  lb.?Ba.rries,  ;ex:r^;?Sherlli:.  . bf :'������������������.���������'j^jirip_a;  Gyofn^inyty,''  Tennessee,  in   a   letter  from  Mc-:  .yt't  ���������rt&.  sew,.-u'e.svau no cause-io������iespair. wiaii.1.-  ��������� ��������� . '���������   w...-"-., .���������r.������������������xj    ���������- ."Ji-V.���������:������������������ ��������� si���������-������.���������  had not gained tiiuch. His face showed  that.    Defeat was written all over it.  34U4^sSv������  V.   ^  ^4  call a dozen cases to mind A\h<������r������ >ou'  M S..ri.'nylile, -'w.wft^^g  Tennessees  writes:  '% h a d  % ������i r o s *  troufaio  an d h a d  three doctors treating  me. All  failed io do  me any  good, and  p r onounced  m y health  erone. Icon-  eluded to  try Peruna. *md after usliiff four bot=  ties can say I was entirely cured."  Unabl- to Work.  Mr. -Gustav Himmelre^ch, Hochhetna,  cn��������� | Texas, writes:  y:. -y., ��������� -'. \:pM^^^i^m]^^^������^  y. The selectionr?oil||*iankmg:.a^;Th^  ,ii������iby the provincial government ofc  ?0hina recalls the .fact tha"t*~the' city  M^fhas had that'designation a* least' twice  frs������~'Tbefore.    Literally, the name. giguiues  'mv fSotU hern Capital.^ While the meaping  JpTrof Pekin is "Northern;Capital.''   Just  f? :.yyhbvv' long in the earlier history xjf th^   _ y^;'!'empire, Nanking was the seat of the  ia|,Llt^yfc||ft,tGovernment is not made clear,by the'  ^""'������������������"���������'���������' !-%s^;.;-;{old records.   In the early years 'Of^the  |5s|;?}:fifteeiiih   century,  however,  the  cap-  "���������J]vital was moved from there to Pekin.  V?' During  the -Taiping rebellion,    the"  i?^:^ssa   opponents of the govfemijient designai-  --���������      *������$ Nanking as their seat of government.    That was in 1853;  the rebels  kept up-a semblance, of power In the'  city until their downfall in 1S64.  The new caDital is in the cstitr^ nt  Mr, S, Wc. D. Slaves  "For a number of years I sucrcrea  vTm-iiOVec I took cola, wiUi severo at-  tion'.wilh  parents  who have  encour-1 tacks of asthma, -which, usually yielded  ag^d mairiage of that sort.    You have | to the common homo remedies,  stigniati^tu His thing as a sale. Why, i  you refused to shake hands with Lord I  Middlebourne when he told  you his j  daughter was going to marry young j  Blackley.   And yet, in the faco of all,  this,   you   entered   into  a   conspiracy .  ���������with Mr. Copley, a conspiracy which |  you must know would De fatal to my  happiness."  "You,  you  didn't refuse him?"  Sir  4iCorgs gaspeu.  ���������; ^Refuse him! Of course I did. I  hope I did not say too much. But I  iet him know that the thing was 1m-  in hej'eyes; but so faras?Fieldea_could   possible.   1 told him that in no cireum  stances could I become his wife.    I  "X-ast year, however, 1 suftored for  eight months without interrupt*r������n so  that I could not do any work at all.  Tho various medicines that -were pre������  scribed sreygjs we ft������ rehnf,  "After takUis sis. bottles of Peruna.  two of Lacupla and two ot Alanaim, I  an, fr_e of my treubls so that t can <5������  ������.������ my farm work again. I can heart-  iiy recommend this medicine to any  one who suffers with this annoying  complaint and believe that they wili  obtain good results."  , assure oi  .������.l4 ��������� * M,n,F        1.4.       !^S4_4���������..S--J        J.\   f. _  sive part ot China. Fekin's metjio-ls  and history are associated with to*,  traditions, of Maiivhiilsm.   ,  the Manchus shall be maintained -vuh  any degree of buccoss, existing Civil-  ese tUfficuitles may resolvo thems.-tvc*.  into a war between the north and fho'  south,  with  Pekin as  the capH-ji  0r!  the representatives of the old loghn'e  nnrl    VnnlrJiiOf   on    tY\a    .11.1    n*    *-. .. *"  - - "C     ������������������      -4.4,      UV41V     vn,      j,jiciic  ment for a repuoiic.  ..,.U'^        ^   ���������  say people' suffer Irons weals hearts.    Tt������-y may expert- ������  jsaos shortness cf breath" on sx^erticn. paio-'cver. this heart, --  for dizzy feelings, oppressed, breathing -Jtetfpi-als or their  eyes become blurred, their heart is- not susicicntlv strong  to pump blood to the extremities, aad they have cold Hends  stid fc**t o? ^og? c^^stitc h���������C������iy5?e of ^^slce-i���������t. blcsici sudoIv  to the stomach.   A heerttcnio and alterative should be takeav  -whioh has no bad after-effect. '"Such is Dr. Pierce*- Golden  ; ly.sdsss! D!ss3V*$������7t which possess io, d3=ierc_s csrestiss-  nor alcohol.     .  .       ' >���������' ���������������* C'    '    '  - '- *   "''-' ~  v "'*-  "i-4  4 4   t.).  nisriurake root iPouopbyiiuw Peimium), with triple refitted _lyc������rine, prcparea  ii^BituraKe root it-oaopayitaas i-^aatum), wstn vnpie r-nttea _ivc-  In ������ scientific laboratory In a way that no druggist could Imitate.  , This tonio contains no aioohol to shrink up ;he red blood-corpuscles; but, oa  t;; ihe other hand, it increases their cumber and they Become roiiad ������nd healthy.  It, helps the.human system in the constant manufacture of?rich, red blood.   It  \' helps the stomach to flssimilnte or takis nn" tb������ i>roper <*(eirnei.ti) from th������* food;  ��������� therebv helping digestion sa^S eurisg dyspepsis*. hesrt.ljjsi'r, r.ftv5 tiisny t!EOt?s=-  fwriub.e byfuptoiiia, stops cXCosbivc itsaiic-wasie in convalescence from ieversf  for ������he run-dnwn, anoeh.io, thin-blooded people, the " D.neovery " i* r*Ir������shing.  sstd vitalizing. Stick to this safe and sane remedy, and refuse all'' just as good '*  medietas- offered by ths druggist who s������ looking for nt largei" fs-wfit*.    Nothing  ^���������ut Dr. Pierce'a Goitien "Medical Discovery wifi  de you"helf as much goo-Ty"  Devon and Cockney  i(ov. iv. ... 4.^.1..iipuss! ������a������ uiscussmg  the Knglish accent at a dinner iu Ph'..  adolphia.  "Our worst accent," he said\ pushing  back his* s������'Ow.vyhite hair, Kis ths Cockney one���������the one * that, turns, "you  know, "make haste* into 'mike 'Iste���������  and so on.  "I once engaged two maid servants.  One was a Devonian, the other a  Cockney. They were both named  fjitherlne, but that ���������'���������������'���������*��������� mhuu/i n*.  confusion In my household. I simply  Cttlled the Devon girl Kate and the  other Kite^ and they always kne^  A'hoth 1 was addressing."  PILES CURED  IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your dvusglst will iiifund money if PAZO  OINT1VIBNT   tails   to   cure   anv   case   of  ituiiiiit;.   Btlnd.   Bleeding   or     i������rotru0ini-  Files in - to 14 days.      50e.  '"'* n������"   ���������������-���������-_������*������***---���������*-��������� .._*__->  The .united'Kingdom last year consumed 28������.S92,O00 pounds of tea and  _t>.ilro,wv puuuua ojl conee.  Saoitary Chemical ^^_l^���������!osets  are  fa^t   replacing   the disease-breeding^ __  draughty privy-pit closets of a few years jSpf"5*  ^ ago.   No sasi. who values the health of his fffi ..'{'  ^4_ S   %. __ family will hesitate between the insanitary s  MV S  C8> ������0 pack yard cesspool and a 6  tiol^?? Hrky4e '^P^vea Chemical Closet |  H?.a?_35_ w      lasts! one in vony Isouse.at utile sos*   ffi  ������-_���������.(>-���������>*���������  ���������>������������*������_,_> _4t_r    *t\     U_C  j^   ^^   ^^ ���������^���������*-*������ mf^mn^m I _������������������ ���������������������������>_*_        ���������-   '.mm. ��������� i       i  !-��������� i���������mrw _-_���������*_-���������- -*_f      *m      ������l������v  fl-SOTO ^ts"    Avoid inferior snakes.  r Ihey cost  j as much, -yet are flimsily built bf poor n-a^,  &*' ^^(j^cfi* terials. last  only a  short  time sed   *^  ni_|_ rK(V������I-0 are- positively insanitary, because buiit  Eflp DAINTY oa wroaS Knes.     :  1WK rUlli U iigi- yOUr dealer or order direct.  U/FCT f\P   SwaA ior boofcle-"The Path to Health."  r\nrtsii-e* F_i_a_i������-wIIY.i._������ wmiieti 3  444-^.-4...       4.V   44 4^4_l 44 4.4444> 44 4U \^\**������J1&*������������ 1V������4  some time, and I blame myself for  permitting things to go so far.    Mr  B������**P3 He w;as hot:;ihe Wnd of. maa who Could } Copley took it very badfy.    He lost  tp'f.'-f'. put up ^tft'disaster without showing I his temner.    He threatened me.    He  ggy. , ,    P   i\if auctiiS iSiMt^li jxutsn   111  mat.   utuiu:  H������$i\; that so fa^>tanyryi*ater things^  Sir | turn lis out of Haredale Park.  >ed, 1     Sir George turned a white a  I Thousands of Consumptives die  ! every year. Consumption results from  i a neglected cold on tlje lungs. Ham-  j Hns Wizard Oil will cure these colds.  I  Titof    villi    it"   ,n*~s>,   ^Kn    S41-4S..���������������    ^-.^    j��������� -.  ��������� ���������""<������    !'ja    is.   lU'.'J   i..v-    4...4J4J4.   auu.   uiitw  j  out the inflammation.  ��������� ������ .* tmmm'   ���������  He threatened me.   He  ar as to say tjiav, unless {���������  better of my reply, he would ! I  gone   weu   wim; nis  host..  j^|.*^ turned a white and anx-  ���������*������...-.-.-.. *������js  k-. turned .almoiSt aTguilty? face [ions fp.ee towards his daughter.  ifl^-liA:*-.",t?ii;0.-  ar^-Kiaia-i  he  wm&J'djm,'.toward. Copley.    For a moment therej     "Btd he say that?" he asked hoarse-  ���������t'iVS^Wy m::a.s st scmewhat awkward silence.       ! Iv.  rum til'.. "It is getting very late.'* May said.  y&%-h.."Don't;:-yOh. think, we had ^better    be-  ^������^reoing?,,? ���������'���������"'���������;���������'."iy. :-  y   ������������������'>:������������������'���������'-��������� ;' '  'Mw-���������������������������*' - Haredale-loofeed at 'Copley   as   if  $M} /waiting tor avlesson,  K-yJ'!-.-* 'some oiie to take a general..-su]  p'/'V 1 tendence of my stables. 1 have t  fVtV".  Vninloh mv  late .''man was robbing  m  11.',''*',., *���������  l.v,..      j.  ).  t  |ii> t ' "Well, it seehtsc so to me." May said.  ^is>y* ? "And I am very;; tired? this evening. I  0$: '.{��������� cm sure Mr. CopleV will excuse me."'..?  tSy,L.t:' Copley murmured ^methingrrciorO  ffi%sl%or, less appropriate. He was; not used  K'^p.-V'-.-to takliig?the. trouble to disguise his  i������;M? humiliation.'." : ' ?���������  !;5f.^! 'r.��������������������������� "If you liiust go, you must." he  ���������$s%:���������'���������������������������).'.said. "I'll come round after breakfast  ^'(...an'd see you tomorrow morning. Sir  S^j'-V^George.   I have something important  i"fj'4f/.*v, *- -���������..'������������������ -.���������,.- A-i^i ^a-i.^.~r. ..-..-��������� -..������;i  Ifff'-f.   r "vo   doji    tO   jOii.      tiilu   yciuoijo   j\ju    win  XiyHb-!  he.there too. Mr. Field.   I fancy I can  ������yput something in your way.   T waht"  perln-  a Biis-  piclon my late man was robbing me,  and that, was why I got rid of him.  Sir George tells me you are thoroughly up to the work, and that, I can place  every confidence in you. You Beem  to be the sort of man I am looking for,  nd, though .Lam'Interested in racing,  have very little time.to spare to  look Into the details."  It was hard work to return thanks  for -this ungraciously expressed  i speech, "but Fielden managed it somehow. He waa feeling strangely clatod,  he was hoping that, nothing of h!a  emotions found o^-'ivonpfori nn bi*. fr>,*>e.  He wan glad enough to find hiniRCir  at length Heated ln the brougna-n w.'h  his friends on the way hack to Haredale' Park. It was a singula'* y .-ll.-'iit  ride, -or May never apoko a -.Vo^rt ti.o  whole time and Sir George was 111 at  case. ;\Vhen thoy bad arrived at home  May turned to Fielden.  "I hope you will excuse me for a  moment or two, Harry," sho said.  "There is something that 1 have to say  to my father.- It won't take many minutes. Perhaps you will wait for us in  the library. I think you will find  everything you want there."  Slr.\Goorgc stood nervously in   the  hall  shilffling from  ono Toot  to an-  :'iO-hcr.   It seemed to takivhlm a long  .time to Ret  out or" .his overcoat.    Ho  ���������turned to  May testily.  ''Surely there 13 nothing you havo  to nay to mo t.hla overling." he uald.  "It will keep till  tomorrow."  Without reply May lurnert towards  tho clruwlng-rooin and Sir George followed. Ho closed the door carefully  Iwhiud him. Sho orosHed to tli������- fireplace and stood faciiiK her father. Hor  face wo,*), firm, though hor lips trembled ttligtitly. and the task before her  wan /by. no moans a pleammi one.  "I hardly know how to begin." she  aald. "ft Is ho difficult for me In my  unfortunate position. T havo never  ceiiHOil to regret the death of my mother.'hut I cannot  r<'in.'ir.V><������r f.'.'Hng  "I have already told you so. But,  of course, this is ridiculous. You  would never have been so foolish as  to place yourself in the sowar of a  man like "Mr. Copley. It is vefy well  : i-ciijui r.--. j to ?kiiow such people, and I d"������-esay  "~T" "~lj* you have found his useful id business.   But as to the rest- But why  rloyyoa ioo1*f g,t me like that?      You  4������T������*_*������_*_--?''TnAfitn   v   4r*m.       _v������_ -*       ilini       "W ��������� ,t*������  ....'."  doh*t' mean' to say that his story is  actually true."  Sir George seemed to have some difficulty in speaking. When at length  the words came they were free  enough.  "It -is true." Jhe said. "My dear  chiid/you must not blame me unduly.  ���������I yhaye been, terribly unfortunate, of  late. Everything that f have touched  has gone wrong.. I am almost afraid  to look at my betting book. And if  the Blenheim colt dqes not win the  Derby, then 1 shall "be something  worse,than a pauper. You don't know  what hopes I build upOri this. If it  comes off all right we shall, be rich  and prosperous. But it has been an  awful struggle to keep my head above  water so far. And when Copley offered to help me in an open-handed way,  I darod not refuse, y Of course I had  not the least Idea then that he had  given you even more than a passing  thought. It never occurred to me that  he was lending me this money merely  to hive a hand over me. and I thought  *!��������� -.^.r.r.1 V.1 .4 4.|4������4- 44*4,4 44-4 t 0-1-4 + ������ ������ 4. *. -#*..������.  It        |JV4.-44T4| U IV 4 44444        J. ��������� \4 ..l.^..*-        VIA.U       IU1  him.   There Is'always the chance "  "Oh, you didn't. I cannot believe  Vou \voy think so meanly of me aa  that." '   ���������   - '  "Well.- I don't know," Sir George  said, stung IniJb retort. Anyhow, it Is  unfortunate that Harry Fielden should  como back just now."  Tho hot blood flamed into May's  face.  "That Is unjust and ungenerous."  she cried. "In any case my reply  would be .lust the same. And I novf*V  did care tor anybody but Harry Field-  on. and I never will. You know that.  And there Is not the slightest chance  of his ever being in a position to keep  a wifo. Rut wo aro talking In n clrclo.  I am more than sorry to. hear what  you say. but If the worst comes to the  worst wo shall have to dispose of  everything and loavo TInrcdalo Park.  ,J,nr nothlntr shall induce mo to marry  Raymond Copley."  "Well, there's nn end of lt all." Sir  GoorKo said. "This makes a hegprar  or mo. But don't decide like that,  ''���������blnk If ovor and give mo your final  answer in tho morning."  i n> ho Contlnuorl)  ^RCVA.^iAfirL^  Nearly every locality in Mexico has  its special 'variety of bread.  "Do you-know-.any good remedy for  a deadlock?" ���������  "I should suggest a key to the situation."  sy  L  HPO submit to a headache is to waste energy, time and comfort.  m     To stop it at once simply take '  Your Druggist-will confirm our stqt-menS that they do not contain  anything that'car. harm heart or nervous system.    25c. a box.  NATIONAL ������RUG. AND CHCMICAL CO. OF CANADA. LIMITED.   12*  From  Sailings    to  Liverpool.  Prepaid  Passages  6REAT   BRITAIN.   IRELAND,  SCANDINAVIA,  rnMTIMCMT4\i      ������������-4iiM������re  "4T ^y a =    3    . ��������� -s S_ S .    S   .   * _        4      ^^ 4 4���������5   w.  To  All Railway Stations  8 Manitoba,   Alberta.   SaskatGhAwatf,  Britisn Columbia.  At lowest rates.   For reservations,  tickets, details, see local agents or  write  J. S. Calder, Gen'l Agent, Winnipeg  JTOT) i  KID N EV  I .^ ., (7?>.|   |���������, (, ^0 .  ���������i. ,-.    , j   r������ 4. ������������������ jj-i.tr1 c '_���������������    7  W. N. U..No. 884  Back to the Old Times  Sir Rufus  Isaac's first  appearance  In wIk nnd gown, so ho told a company  of students not long nftor ho boonnio  a K. ..... was in a County Court caso  in which ho ruprosontml a fruit mor-  | chnut who was being sued by a coat or-  I monKor.    Tho  eoHtorinongor.  who'al-  I logod  that  Rome boxes of I'lus ho hml  purcliaHiiit woro unlit fur human food,  grow  angry  imdor, Mr.   Iauuc'o  crosuv  examination.  "Look yon 'oro gov'nor;" ho exclaimed. "������orno of thoRO 'ore Ark Is In this  court, and If you ont throo of thoni  nnd ain't 111 In flvo rplnutns, I'll glvo  up the hloomln' ensc."  Tho County Court judgo thought  that; Mr. Isaac ought, to make tho ox-  porlmow. Juit tho young advoonto. ������o-  .../.. 4.    4   4  .44      I4l.il      44 44     144i4>,     ������ 11 /, ,S I i (, | I 11]      J 1 l,l(  It would be moro fit for his client to  ari-opt* tha  ohallongf.  "W'hut. win hiippoii if T ih.ii't ,<iil.  theme flg������?" anl(o������l tho fnilt-ntorohnnt.  I ho   ftiitiio   Attoi uny-("Jt'iMuni     tnhi  tilfTI   ttir*,   4<wt('ii������i"i������f   xi-/,i11<l   nifiiltnli.**.'   \\rn-  |       ��������������������� aKalnnt him.  j t ll'-ll    III    IOHM    llll:    I UMC,       WUH    tll#  j tinhfPttiMlrii; roply.  In Memory of Bunyan  Two hundred and twehty^three years  after the death of the famous tinker  of Bedford an ornate window. In" his  memory has just been placed in Westminster Abbey. Naturally It depicts  scenes from the "Pilgrim's Progress,"  the chief episodes illustrated being.������������������  Christian's meeting with ISvangelist.  His admittance at the wicket gate.  His deliverance from the burden of  sin at the foot of the cross.  Piety, Prudence and Charity harnessing him with armor. ,     ..    . ���������  Fight with Apollyon. '  Vanity Fair.  Crossing the river to the Celestial  City.  Round the centre panels, which are  IvveuLy feet high and six feet in width,  run a series of vignettes representing  minor scenes in the allegory, the first,  of co'irse. being Pilgrim's wife and  family trying to dissuade him from  making tho Journey. The headlight  contains a portrait of Bunyan, and at  the base of the window is the inscription,'"In memory of John Buyan. B.  1(128. D. 1688. The Pilgrim's Progress,"  The window is In the west Isle of  the north transcript. Altogether the  memorial has cost ������1,200, raised by  lovers of tho "Pilgrim's Progress,"  but the project has chiefly beon carried through by the exertions and liberality of the Baptist denomination,  on whose behalf Or. Clifford will formally hand over tho window to tho  dean and chapter of tho abboy on  January 25.  That Old Fashioned Lady  Evorybody lovod that old-fashioned  lady. And! find almost ovoryonc past  rorty has, at tho hack of his mind,  vivid ImproBBlom. regarding hor and  the social Hfo of which sho was tho  centre Ono romombors tho atmos-  phuiu of that lady ������'ui out; ron._iuhur_  the hlush roses and upicy pinks of  old gardens. Kvon yet thoro aro gardens whoro blush roHca grow, and I  kuow some worn on not yet old, and a  I'ow young girls, whoso moro prosonoo  serves today to roproduco that atmosphere, Sho was dauntless and sweet,  that old-fashtonoti lady; witty, but  tondor; as notnblo a hmisowlfo an a  hontoHH, full of gontln oonoorn for  others, with a mind over at lelsuro  for their ufruira, and a heart whoso  sympathy waH 'instantaneous In their  service Sho stimulated and sho  soothotl. Fine, complicating and intor-  oBtlng as tho old lnco and flnoiy  wrought gold Hho dollghtod to wear,  she waa a very precious piece of porcelain. Tho brilliant, soft doguerron-  typo that ban prosorvod hor only llko-  nonn for un did not idoallzo hor beyond  hor   JiimI    iiu������i.      iVriwipH   iln-   Imiiii/Uti  Hocrot of hor Influoncn wan tho 1m-  proswlon hhc* gave of one whoae heart  Im iixwi), om* whom tho world can iu>  irtngor harm.  ,    ~r,..*>   l.l.-r  A snuff club has been established in  Leeds, says the Standard, and it is  stated that motoring Ib largely responsible for the fact, because the motorist cannot in his runs la the open  __,**���������-.,-kvr '__.'.'_���������������#-���������-*������-_-  aay  Grandpa.���������Ah. Tommy,  some  you will be my heir!.'  Tommy.-*-Oh!   Then shall I have to  sit on your hefed, gi*andp?'  The Effect of Qood Seed  I* one extra potato \vere 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 glyen  in a report on "Dry Farm Crops and  Their Improvement," by Prof. F. B.  L.tnfield, of tho Montana agricultural  college, and published by the International ury i'araiing Congress in its  annual handbook.  "If one extra Kernel weYe added to  each head of oats, barley, wheat or  ear of corn," says P������-of. Linfield, "���������st  would have of oats. 20,006,000 bushels  ���������extra;   of   barley,   15,000,000   bushels;  extra; of wheat, 15,000,000 bushels extra: anr! nf corn. 5,200,000 bushels extra.   And not for one year alone, but'  for all time, this Blight increase in tha  yield of the plant would addananyjCiH'.  lions of basbels to our crops.,    K"''  Clean, plump selected seed, true ta:  .ot mixed, free from  weed  seed and from disease and with stress  germinating power Bhould always be  planted by the farmer,as a means oi*  increasing' his own yield."  xr������ i4| atir  ������<Vft���������.     T       >-������,,.|        ,.���������,4,, 1.,,l        ...,  nomebody to do that.  I to.��������� I   cunt,  malto   money,   hut  could hlro Romobodyto do that.  wo  ���������ffflWftffir^v'flffflSTf^  ..Mf  .. ^fc444*������l4W444#������.,4������4._4>tVltt_i|_..l|,l4|44)<  mmmimmmmavstXl^siiai^i  B,H4W^<_^>w������������w^  ���������Him,  2SS3, .;;:-?��S|ini-itim'_B7itv:.-���.,,. ,, -.,-.. ._.,.,.,...���....__.._,.-. -. r,.-, ,.., ...,.....,.,.. .,....,_ ���.���,..,,..,,.,,..
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v ^rfc.*hb;i>~,"had? hia? foot badly ^rttf4s^
0 ;     -some molten metal?faUihg..^ppi��:itHHc.
sihd ��� a;f�� er:- thVtirstyf%?:'daya ylt;)etMa!i;
j>pe&soH; which; showed marked^slgns;
yoX blood-pbieonltig.S It;di8charg6dyfifee.
nyandcaused me;?teMlhle?|i^Ouy. > 4pr
ihree weeks  I  suffered aputeiy
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��. ���; prebaratlbii?i rbhtf the Cddctoi^ ^hlch
deemed to atop*the?fdischa.Vgingr;?and
.���jnaSe-'-bS quite hop-faV ?Mty^^^i>'J:?'
i"l waatheny advised'J&m& ,;?ft*M&
?*hdfrom^th'e: firstya^plieatlon?" the
halm gave me roftefv i-W^pf&P^
lion was iiAorQUghly;;checke4fianfi^he.
: pbi^bnbus^matter cleared m^ayyih.^a
very short time' after beginning ivyiih
Kam-fcuk. ??Heallhg thenihegan.vana In?
less than two weeks they^und was
Ohe of the inain lessons of this case
liesright; hsre-^try^Zam-Bttl-iirstVf or
any injury, sore, pshin diabase yyor
iwoiihd Oon?t spend money: and 'Waste,
<time in experiments. Zam-Buk Is equally goodfor -'.piles,biood-poiBoning,;;fe8t^
Wing wounds, chaps, cold sores; child1'?
rehs' eruptions; scalp sorest varicose
"Ulcers; chilblains, etc. ?' All druggists?
;?<and stores at 50c box or post free from ���
' ^aia-BukvCtf^oroatb^
:' ?-are,. ^arhedy ^agalnsty harm^ly?. su.bsti--;
thel^tiselofXCohimbite:.3ia.^-veiicit(Sd?Jl?��.?^;y,,?-Hi.owyHje:-fo^W^e^B^  .
answers which have shown that the ���    JohnH. Finley, president of tbe-'COl-.
tlbn of ;the eo-jm ??of? Brltlsh??xiayal>Mr
i-i leers; ?are?jabt ��hfribhdliK;i4lbjT)L.hi^id<^
Th_re;i8; s&m^
oreseht time, on the loW.er de;ck, due
in Dart to?tne existSnce:;��! whatyi-l;*^-
garde'd; i_'??a" bar:v.^?i1ief i^O^d^a;^
deservinigTmen of?'-clfa��a��1*r>raW^.hU'S
Ity;: "Ah Idea. hasTaisoll^^B^^o^^
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lege of the City "of New York: was..talk-.
���State Library Cbnventibiii'^"Tb^M^S?:
;^e written solely; M^
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iTheseiheh mlglit ptbduceiiite^iitfii^eTif
Ithey would just put������'a^littl^^orSysin-;
^cerity into their %brk, ae^tffgj^heyv r ����
tlidsje esja.bllateehta^iUp^thay W9&
deallag y^lh^i^e^^t^or^ tbey;prQ^;.
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Several times;'.wlthih"eiivirig^i^
,but ;that is"' ��� nbt-:lilJfely�����tp=^fordff:mTisli:'
fcbnsolatioa to dlseBtahllBhedyCalcafe
j'xay.. '-* Jrerhaps?.'th_y.^b^^nWfe^^
^stance- is that; bC%J^tish^C^^
!whose origihalcaiptialiTWSsyNjeWfWest-?;
TBaihister.. so .christ^ned^fr^^Qti^n^ Wc-;'
;��-/vrt"?' hiarRoIfV:'TTRTit??'n^t4arraomft'"Vea?S :
, ".Syiiienw:���*����>*?��������� B.arB^-4jc,;p9��''/.��ieiit^.|��iT-5.;..
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V. AgeaMEasSoflPOCOi-ialttlonsige.oat-Joi
rkin: very hard  today,?:Jake;"? my?
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eels post ln???Eniglaiid arja Indicajcea py
'ttc1iday^ssa-btf^bf#19^ vfhl^^lolfiJi;
h el d at the^spoiStofflce?^ec^u^;;^sttf-
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iioientiy ��uu>4*BBpu..juv>��--?..;s<ny,~~~^
fled ??ttri*k^ys4-'f?three;? ^pijdred - h^ace jm
oheasants. eight hiindi^d. parcels <ip
poufc'ry. three hundred ..-parcels..- qT
^ggs^awd :bi^er?and;?t^^Suhdt'edyaad?
bf.:mortar. :itt? the nameJ?ofaheavens^.
have ye./sstirrie'd up^the laddeirfstoce;
startln" time?' ? .^Hush, ��� mey lad/ ? -?aid:
?Jake;? ^ith, a wink,y ^I'ltfyfppli^y&tlie	
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dowii all day, and beytmhks\Iv)Bife? The Friend of Ally Sufferers^-pike
workin'^* yy{y"yy::;yy\Q. "the shado'��i7bfJTa..rock--in'.:,a?.w.eafy,
-������������������-������ ' ������>S.l^^:vy^yTiECrid�� jg-.Dr/'iTThbihas^O^iectrib-pilryto
all those who;Cmtiei;ypaihrv;:'"lt: nplds
but hope to eveiy^bne?ahd realises it
Sy stilling suffering ?��verywhere. It is
i lipiment that has flie' blessings .of
half "a continent?; vlt ?1S vph ?aie every--
where and can be found?where.��������*. (enquired for. ��� ���  ,������ '.?t .-T'-'^-y. y.;v :'??-';.''.?.-,; 'ylr
waB Paramatta;?? but/?the; t authjbi-itms
soon shifted to Sydheiy; Although? Paramatta* for a; long: time remained the
official Tesideace -o.rthe ?Vi0^roy.'y 1???
>:������';.'; ??';���;
...f* :*.*T^ay^;-*^5?^<^3>,!;
^ "This beautiful $2 cutVglass ; salt
iBhaKeris' reduced to ;^61.''?f?,Oh^deaJH{
T Tviah it wereSselltng;- at ?full??3xri-fe
^hen I? should Ijget enough ?? fra^ - "���
stamps with Itrto>f 11V m^s hbok,'^
.;' ��� '':;';:?y. ?:?:;|:s 00 '^eWM^Sldfe'^^
T_e fibers of.this:paper ^KJTWipiea^ to learnt
' SSiat there-Js.st -����^y. ^n^ rtrp.jtxtf.gl dteessg trs^tsciencs
.BS3"_e���_~8bier��) care &?ait IW'jBtege^ Md.?tnat-is
Catotrbi   Hall's Catarrh .Cure>ls: the; only positive;
. iiure-iwiw known to;tlie medjTOl.ft^ternit^.-'^Catarrn;
" -elnk a'; constitutional tUscase.; requires a- conniitu-
ttonal trsstsneat.'   HBirS.Catanh.Curb,4s taken internally, acting directly upon tfie blood'and mucous
isurtaces   ot   the Tcystem.  thereby ��� .deetroyini? t.t_e;
foundation ot   the disease,  ahd; Klviag  the, patient;
strength :by bulldins up the constitution, and; Jiwtet-
Ine nature to doing its',work; .The?proprletOrs have
:- ?o muchTtaith;in.Its curaOye-powra^hW.the^.oitor'
������' uue ..Juuhdred. ��� jjoiiara  lur:aujr..sawt..*"*.- .1,.* t....-..". v.-.���--.
��ur&   Send?lor list or;tcst!montelK .v-->��i':*���;  i?' ^
v '������SoW'by.att:Dniin4rt_-_.76i_;;;T4T:-^?.^-:"-;-^ :-v?
Take HaU-a Family EtUs tor ecnsUpaUon. -:,  -:    -
. .     ...  *.S*4it*.-   fP
i '.in;'.aydbw^own:'i^t^t^^ "'"'
tneal time. Ia?wi8iiter tooK i>a:ins to? se- list.
< ?S"empe?rlng the Wtod to ^he; tamo; y
�� ^Before I agree to 0uhdertake5 your
fefence,".. eaid.- ?the eminent^criminai
i^wyefiwho. had; been called in.-"yoP
Will nave to De penecny iitiiiiy?:��� v**;"
"me and t$ll me the whole'truthiSyPiP
?ybu enibe/zle >the $1.000.000y^i^?are?
;:^'Tes? sir,"*^plied the accus^':n*an.;
%11 no tl conceal th e f act.f romSy buiy I
"'^Hb^'muchofit have you;i?stiH?'.;?y:,
��� t ^v^^^fl^jgprfbvbut- a'cmiide^f .T^hri
easi^'::''-'^:������ '���������!'��������� ''t..'- ������' ���'������?���'' ������'���' '������'?->''���'-.':��� yiy*'"'y.yxf:
^'Young 'man,": said the eminMfela^
yer. buttoning his coat ahbut him, vahd
tmtting on: his'gloyes,?:^bu hadj^ett^r,
pleadiguilty and throw yourselfiOKthe
mercy bf the .court." - yy.yyyyyyyyy?
��� ;>-'r.ll:-fdb7ii-'if?tbu say; sir.   W?bat a^
you~\ gbin^ to charge me fo^y the aa^
curb?? ilaSeg'^a'-Kon^
two- men ^who had beeiil waiting for
some -time.? The?? waiter received the
thahks^bf both men ahd: attended ?;to
mannerly: A^hehT the check ,waS  prer
sehted;*ohe:tny'the ;men^aid#e<^tv^
H��e- change Snd'":left? nothing bS?thte^
Dog Opera House; -/'He's gof a.
" '- -"���-���-^-���tgr���
^Chairman ;taddtessing,?|^|JM.^T,
"fi;^&::, 'gSr^^'F^n^'^bM^cra
��aiv_r*: f^the.^itet..t?'1pi^prgp^ fr^y^^^^^M^M^^^M^^i
��i\ After tern years*; clratafb^sy ���> it has
been decided in" France, that the in-
itistry. of gatherih��; ?old. corks , ; ami;
vriaking use ;ofithem;?s,;?second: time is
iuot detrimental; to; public liealth.,
'Tw;b guineas;?-
..T-.; y i;>.| t..: y-y;No ��� Parti ng [:$i. oy*yy yf|yy:;..V
? "%yere any ?bf your boyish ambitions,
^ve^'fealiiied?^ asked th^Tsehtimbntal-
isti'T y,.? ���:?;;> fo:.?y.- '���������:;; "������;.. ��� :yyyyyyyjyyt.
y-^Yesi";replied the practicalypersony
-." v/ jisii.'.T my  nio4,n��i.   uocu ..,ni,:..y��-i..^���'������������j.
.'Tii.!o   - .-ui^i-   ���.i-i4Gj   t  4V4404.U+  v,o: Kstld.'
iUaj.T.s.i-.TOiV'?1^. ������Ty*1��l*c.v*.-    .^^*0.S".-"--.~~;";~---:.''-",
'hbiatdbd."^';;?- -??:?; -;???V.?;:'?tv.  :!'^^':'H^
���XTAwsr-'.. of ������?������ Paris'- Is'?' to^b��."-'. erssJtisd ���' '-.six'.
Sad' Fraiiciacb; fo3r &e ^aiiianqui^rtfib?
Bspbsitibn of n1915. : It^wiU^he 8o03teet;
In ^height; with? a?^ase?i2a^e^yhlgh!';
making?a total height of -7Sfeev^???;;
. ..-".:' .���./.-   ���. ������--������ ���"..- ������ ���������������������-��� ���������- -: '���<- .yv..TTr;::-T--.^.y.;.-:>
There are ^8ypaupersvih licadoh.;fbr;
^evefy 1^000 Ini^ltants, y y &:;:yyy :^y!yy^
""'���'-' ���'���������_��-���__^4.U-';g-^--4���> ;ZJ:l:i4e������i^y'^y^Jj*".'':''-->.'-^
mtmimmi? StS^S   =OK^*;*���!^* CoW��;   teal*v
last shobt yon peppered iny yiegy with?
"a'.shot!?? .'\y.[-Cy..y :y~������:...,y'iiy;yy.iyyy
Sportsman^-���Well. I know that.
Arid didn't I compensate you���pay you
-fcandsomely.^.?^.-. t.--.v?-..>'?' "?'? -v;^'
Beatbr^���Cettainlyi !sir;;; tJiajak you
yKlnrlly.-   -But; the^s  to'?be another
Thers Ars Peisone in the Blood :That
^?? ??;??: ;;;?!;"i--Can5bi^|B^6y
V-rYbu^g^tli-ed^y That^
whether ybii woik with brain oi'.miis-
^t e^^ut:;: vfS&dy^fon'-M^1- notft^t^redj
^sfTon$^yy:.yK ;yy ? lymy *��� ^xw;y$y- ::-v
��^v.Tl-e process.of'liying^ei?sotnethin^
"?noirse?cells areVcbhsu^
?i$ie system?ah aslr in)th^bj^^?i>bl8*
7rige^?^lings"T^f .iM^eg^
%Nbthihrwill so aul<5Kly^^ yyi*lf* ^ >^.   ^
The Value of a Smile
'The Tthing that goes the farthest ?y?;
Towards raakingSllfewbt-th while,
That costs the leastfaind does the most;.
;    Is ? just-a. pleasant-smile. :? '? y?
'.-.The smile that bubbles from .th e heart,
ia-vj; .That loves its fellow '/men,::-?,..;.. ���
? ���' j Will drive ? away the cloud of gloonii.
��� -.'-���-'��� A.ad .coax :tlie^ siin, again, .
It's full of ?pirth and''gobdness; too V ;"
yyi v^th manlyv Kthdhess? bieat,. ?
It's worth a millionydollars.:??
yy And doesn?t cost? #^eat, - yjv??- \'
B-> - An-axcellent aitt to^^ iuripaired:^1tidney-rj
��� sweet uiitrs. - It. ia yone of the curaiiv
^ " :sgents-3a??toKff ^GIiAl_i*!S*SSK-3MK
--RBTiLLS andis he!j)ediii its
.wbrk-byflve other splendid roed
��-ij ���grR,
vyy?;, ��� ^^Tryiije^vy'?.; y-yyyyy-i-'y-';
:^iri: F'atf���r-AIice can not? seem; to
�����!!��ter that tiifficiilt Diecb of music;
She's been trying all the^ternOpn.":
Mrs. Nexdbre.-^-Yes; indeed She has!
sWeke;:NK2��e-It-ills at
;bace' .-wbtjn^oa'; Jiaye ��� lam&
^b^^?Pa����^*to^.t-ei.j6int-,f --'4s^
K^.'spotebefore, ttie.eyea.frequent , .^.^ ..-,- t-'^t^^
5��ag;.':he?4dsc!iss<,etc.;;T.Trhey- i��{j������gmifaf' aiewtft. '
���' i'fiity. cents a box or. hiaiied <iir_ct;byy^
"''' ?: i'i''"'':l"i'M' Tl'":1*"^���^^w-i^fi^a
���3 ;;vTWliiTfttS!��ii��l
^=s.��i��a ��� ��j_��a
iSf RlGkEtNiV?VV)TH   ACytE- ;3;6PM.Ms
y-y;Sg?.-S? ^^^PE!#��Oj.fe''/g'.?|^
';?��wi '..'inl^'in-n    T. T To wl At-r?T wrl+tn^- f r^m
���. 1M>D4. '44..V.<&4����..   V4  .*-4��. ...4W. ,  ���   ... ��� -��� r*..������   .������.^-.." TT
Oxbows "iSask;; says: ''I:would fe^ack^
lug^ih ?gtatitude? if I did hot -writb syb_i
and "let you know Of the ? wOnderful
-hoot; on.���;T^*.eBds.yv and; I ^o_^t; pe?iy
, hapBrr-a -, iittl�� ? ou - accouat. ���'woulu
:veT?y>;cbriye;nie^ti^;;y.'??^^ 'fyv^yy'iyi
r..j��rtns?? -  ' n the svBtenPaB-Bt^fJhSse'a'
;I_!ldtUL*v;�� briptiis; ^he'Ilve^-i^uie&
ened Cn 4.cUbn, the bowels move regularly and the kidneys take, on: new
-..��'U.-T-T^.. '^r^'->- ---������*'w.ii^-.--T..-������'..' .     --...-...-rv T-���'���.^���:-..^'T v-.-.~:.���,-T
VlgOP    tlUU   &��V*..*H.jr.,, .  ���     (-,;.. .J;.-'.--^;--.���.���,���������''���-.��� -
? t The ' b!bbd;Vis - purified.y ^he??^easte
matter which has been eibgglri^i^and
retarding the; brgahs ot ;dlgeBtibri ;i8
removed.? T;Headache8;;.a^
disap^ar, thelap^tl|e:;iB>;8lia
digestion' improves: and yo^: feel fine
.have done for ih;y daughter,; Belle: taws
iorl? -Indeed? I think I?.m'"ayi:._ateife.Sa$i
that thbyhavb;beeh^the?mean^��fy^ay|
Uig her fife. For many years my home
haa;beeri?iri Bruce sMlhea, Ont.? SbnteK
thing; oyer?? a; year ago? aay ?soix a?ud
i^rny daughter Jcfas iri*the;bbetMBf 'helrtjthv
:2��?\y.-...^tT'..Sii^"'*--��4'i^.J^��^4.i4.!:i!!^4i4_4W**.?.-i.K A -'.mna-
CtlUl:  111' tue.   I0i��"jyyiii��6;,04��*i��&   a"*>   ���>��.,��-
��,-   ��n every-way.
CostlveneBC and '-liii Cure^rWhea the
excretory ? Organs; rrefubi* to'' perlorm;
their functions properly the intestines
become clogged. l This;Is known as
costivenoss and If neglected gives rise
to dangerous complications, yy Sarnie-
tee'B Vegetable; Pills? will -effect-- a
speedy cure.' At the'firstyjntlmatlon
of this' ailment the auffereWehouid
' procure a packet of the pills and put
himself under a; cbiirBe of ^treatment.
The good effects of the pills wijrbe
almost Immediately evident.
Raining Pandemonium?
"Bacchua was the god of wlne,v but
who waa the god of water?"
"What do you mean?" ,?,
"Haven't you :evor heard thattpandemonium reigned?" ,   '   .
A single box of Dr. ChasellsyKidaey-
Llver Pills, at a cost Uot ^enty-tlve
cents.'wlll convince you;of theipi^oaipt-
nesB^ apdi certainty with?; which y this
great medicine cleanses the ��� fllterlag
and excretory organs aad restores to
health aad vigor the whole digestive;
system. One pill a- dose, 25c. a box,
at all dealers or Bdmanson, Bates ..&
!Co;,'^;l4.1mlted;;?'Tbrbritbiv-?y-: ;..:   y-y*':**.
'"���'.'' ? y WWat brlveaClerke Craaiy
VI; want to buy a   "" ""        	
band! I don't know -what Blze the
neckband is, but he wears a elxand
one-eighth hat." : '
VMy wife wants me to get some ribbon to trim her di-eas.   What shade
do you think she would like?"
"My wife has just got backvfrom
l-T.   >.      T7*��l4^44.   ''#.'��� #*       4��W�����4 ���*���      l*1-rt      -V. r.  ���  ^4.4.4>44*.^.^f
tUO    ii.tXeil'    ��****^    KJIV1WW.*   I.    1144 44    4.44V    V ��  44* -4*4,44.-
I bought hero two moaths ago. Will
you take if back?"        ,        ,     ,    s
"What kind of a neck tie would my
hUHluvnd.like for hia birthday?"
"Are those, $1.2.) cent ciifMinks solid gold?   If not, I don't want thorn."
;y?v^;?,i?.?..:-.-K^ .-������''��� ������"'���>'..,���.��� ���,
^%&fi$ >^di.tlxo^cturer "humor'^ a
rdlftlpultrt,hin8,tc>yde,fipe.v I remiemljer
N. nenti
Trieci Many Remedies 3 or 4 Yeori.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured.
A Quobbo.man, N. Honrl Tardif, of St.
CftHlmir, wrUos In a Iflttnr dfttort Mar. .11,101 ii
"I had a vory had Hkln, nil eovorod with
���ruptlon, ��lKht ywir�� -_-.   1 htvve IimI all ot
i both my Bhouliioro oovuwl with it, mid tho.
high part of my arm-, nnd my f��c��, hut It
wan the wowt on my nhouldom.  X trlod many
different romwtl��i to wuw It, hut nAtltlng was
any Rood.   At lout I wont to an apothecary.
ll���� jwkoU nio 11 I h_U ��vor uued C'au<-i<nt
l*)_n and Ointment.   X told him no, and 1
Ixiiiuht a box of Cuticura Ointment and a
eakti of Cuticura Soap;   X mod throo boirai
of Cuticura Ointment, but I am clad of
' tho aamo, for Cuticura Soap and Ointment
eomplotoly oured mo of my nkln oruptlon.
_ (inroad tho Ctitloura Olntmont.on all my
��or�� pans, and t think that In washing my
faco with tho Cuticura Hoap, U hindered my
vruptlon from Jtt-.hln, and butnlnK.. X tvlpd-
many -omodlei durinft throo or four *ye4ri��
but Cuticura Boap and Olritment cutod ra<\"
(HlBnoil) IN. U��nrl luruir.
Cuticura Boap mid Ointment aro f<o!ti
throughout tt)' world, but to those who
h*vo imtTcrod much, lost hopo and aro without fa'th ir. any trcatmnnt, a llboral -amnio
#t ctu-H with a 33��-t>. booldet on tho ��Vln
��nd aoalp will bo mailod free, on application.
Columbia, Ave. Boston. V. H. A.
W. N. U. UtuWA
that^dudlbh.....       ,
cracked iy Bmlle, but, byy,Jove, as I
atarted to leave the platform I tripped
on a rug and foil flat on my face, and,
would you:;BeUeve-Ht, tho houao was
convulBed?v ,:..,���   ^.4?-'   ,. ,
"Yes," - uald DohBon.. with a   grin,
'"humor Is a very futihy thing." ,
MltmrdU t-lnlm��nt Curo*l Coldt. Bto.
Henry Carter;,in +ho World's Work,
tollB of Bbmq of the good work douo
by the /'Partlhg of the yfayB" Home,
an inBtlttitioa .OBtahllBhod two yoai'B
ago In PhloagO for. the regeneration
of ex*eonvicj.fl, l?he cost .to tho- city
Tor making na ontennt by n. pvlHon
form In $n,a man; tho cobi. for'onch
man tuVnbd out of the-home Ja $0. The
propm��ltloa In bo Blmpki oyou.ln dol*
liirp'find ceata that tho hiiBlneHB men
and'JTaxrtftyevB of Ohlcago aro bocom*
lug IXiteroBted.
. ..'���'.���v''''.';.'��� . ..'.���^"���),:rr'
'&i��h?'' s.yt^^':-^"^���**; 'sheywas
���$$le ,-:tb^g^-up,'i,hut^ :l^vlhat-ds, ";;apd'..
r liaibs: - were sb iwbllea \that she qoUld
itltils way for; some ytlme, atid thefca
csecond'-attack, v^brse
set lhfahd my sort telegraphed: nieivas
��he.was'very, low..  While I^was;^get-
tliig ready .to make '.trie trip of ?eighteen
.hundreditniles: I got. a second, message
t6; cbriie at. once,- ��aB they feared.yBne
i��rk�� umzv X-duW ubUilye.? When���it-"��a^^^
��btrr ��Sr hiis#fouad heryeveu worse thaa,;I;lmd,.��-:
shirt for n>y-^ma- '.pocfoair:?stit* wab sovweakyand, em-
jtclated: that I would not have .kao.wa
her, -and she could onlyyspfak th; a
whisper.   Her hands and fingers were
all twisted and her limbs swollen   to
twice their natural size.   The doctor
had then been attending.her,.for two
months.-and Bhe seemed steadily growing .Worse.   We did not dare move, aer
in bed fbr'fear Of her heart giving out
She was ais pale as a corpse, and hoi'
lips-and face al way b cold.   Wp had tp
fan hor continually, and if we ceased
ohly for a little while she would gasp
for breath, and no ono who saw her
thought It possible she could get better.    She suffered  such pain that I
used to go out of the room.and put my
flngera in ray ears to shut out her
gasping and moaning.   I had knowa
before of Dr, WllllamB';Plak?lll8. aad
as we could gradually see her sinking
t told my son I was going to give hor
the PUla.   He was opposed to my Idea
for he thought a change In the med.e-
lao might prove fatal.:  Howe or, i\
was finally decided to give her the
PIUb.    In a week's time Bhe, Bhowod
boaio improvement nnd felt'like eating.   Prom that' tlnie on aho began to
gain  Bteadily. v Gradually, her hands
and fln'Rei'B became atraiRht. tho bwoII*
Ing in the llmbB.went dowu. and her
heart-honta became regular, and the
color returned to hor taco, and Boon
the euro,waa complete.   She is now
as strong'aad healthy as any,girl at
her ago, and io Bee her; you would
novor think wlio hud pauacd through
au llineaa froin  which  none, of her
frlenda thought aho could recover. You
have my.'alncorcat tlmnka for what
Dr. WllllamB'Plak PUla Imvo done for
my daughter, and you may bo mire I
Bhall alvyays rocommond them."
"Now, Guy, t-ll,UH about tho achool.
la ovorytliliig all rlglU?" "Oh, yen.
muilifci---except onftilunrr." "My dnr-
ling. What ia It?" "Well, I wlah you
hadn't got that French aurae to touch
ua#tho right pfommolatloni It maltoa
the other fellow^ laugh so," ?
^Dld you got tlutt tcaator- sugar,
"No, whim, they wan aoltl out; hut
I got a bottle of, caator-oll la tho
bhemlnt'B Inatoad!"       \       ,.,
*7>��.*l4>a4 w-,1_<-4_4_����*s^.4=a3.4r_f ..".?^.^?��:.-.:^S-.;;^���rei=;N"s;^Krssnr5.-���Jseif��--v..:~;.-^.-e-.-: .-.^5Sii���saj-��-��!s.'*"-���.-.'"K!ri
, ���.���f*5r-'".i-*H*A'...
t'v .'���:��� T.>T'''^;'T..^v^^::.;..:vV':"r^-^..T:Ty-...??^.T.yTv'.'r: ���y.'yt'*ajp. f #''-.&yiyy.y:y.y'-^y^- 'y.-yyryyyC^iy:::^yy^'yy%^^
^���^B^Swtt'' ?���?'_^_l*_'s-'��^i!-;' ���vii|^-'ji*-ii*fe^';'-'��"-*^^
*_f��s^jn.-H^._j*!^;~_rii-i��*f ��������.-.���-^^^
HgfESS  """'
CLEAN ane! SI Mi? UE to Us��.
NO chanco of-sins the WRONG Dy�� for ths Goods I
one bm to color; All color- 'roin^u;DrMmi}��t���orl
Dealer. -' FKEE Color Card -nd STORV Booielat ����,|
Th�� Joiui>oii-Rlchard-on Co., Utalte-. Moatrcat. j
Mbb,Winbi-oWi* soothino.SvmVi* liasyKsca
used for over SI^crY YEARS by MlI.I.IONaof
MOTHBRS for- their CHII/DltRN WHlIiB
is the best remedy for D1ARRHCEA. It ta *_-
BOliUely liariiuess.   ae stire and _sV. for "Mm.
vr;-_:_U',_ --ct:-.!=s syry? " *��* *����'�� *���� ��<������,���
Icind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.
nnllis- a��*l  |^����H-a��*.'a��'4-i^ imnmwir*trmr4J
-*>*4-_4&, SSSu __��W__'^����-."��*"j5rj=�����?^-��� ���*��������'.�� im*rt
:��� ->.A,-v". ..-*;-,.. .������'.' .- -:->-������=  .-f <��� >v-''^.;���-';���-������i'rf**iii;i���i''^ffl^^^^y*i-^I_J:5*^      ^v.w;^fj^��.*^^��\s^,:;S^"'^-.^"^-'��HiSEEi
y-:fy:y''yy-'""yy-: ������-.". fw&x&s?*^^
Herba��eum. about i lb S_ilfc.    Mix vveil.    Stit -t!i^t'--v;.fe'^?*!^^i
two'eiipMs iii. s&al.6i.'.iiteW
V j * *
Hugo I-llliiUhal. who hellovoH that
lit* ban dlHCOvo*otV tho paront vino ot
all wraufiB In t.ho.- world-^tho vino
whioh produced,.tho ciioriuoit- cIuhUhu
of grappfl found by-tho naloH of Monoh
on their flrfltv entrance. Into the Holy
I^aad+*��l��i' quuoiflijtbndeiit of parka In
Borkaley,' C��l/f Tho! apooimen waa
found by lilm in Paletttlno In. J.884.
Claim.,lt�� matle that , tho improved
plnntu now produr.o!hunchoti of Brapoe
thirty? |ncho_,.lon^ -/..."i". '"���?��� ;'i>.y\ . ��� ���
"��� ���" ''., ��� '-,
ProfoHflot* Honry Oharlttm Bantlan,
of 7-o....on, w'ho"r.nnni,u^ft?,.thr!.t ^���* *���!��������
nuccaeded In providing living organ*
iumH from a ��alln��'solution. Ib not
duuntod hy the atom, of opprobrium
that ha�� overwhelmed foliow-workorn
VM>mni m^mmmt^^4%m^lm^^'l'L.1 X-   'Xlltfi^-'-".^:^'*-''^
'"   " ~~~-?^^mmm
���������-���������    :,,>i.iTtfw---- -
yout Posttyfice
ifouf Pjwfftcm
'RITI- your name and Address ln the linpi^^pVe,? gllpi';
out thin ad, and mall it now.:   We #.�� send,  by
that te
���Twoutioth Century" farm.
return mail, a book that tells how to make^ypurs fc   .   ,���
"Twentieth Coatury" farm. ��� '..    yiy\%$.$P >���*<������������> ,'������     j>
You wouldn't bo satisfloVI to use a scythe to, outf your Krain.v ,j ltl
when a modern harvester can do it ho much potter,-wouldiyb.u?
Nor to use tho old soft-Iron plouffh-ebaro that your ancestors
wftlkbd behind, when you can pot an np-td.dato.rldltm^W.
Mvery Canadian farmer roalUes the, udvantages Of TL'wontteth
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���i Jlvi'  WBM  .j-??wwy -    oa***������_e__55p   , .  Qeeapaay, Lid  Illlplii^'y^l  C^-SS-tsa ... W������rer  1  tyxy; ���������'-  AT.TT'T  h'fffe-'?  |i-4fc;-:- ���������  ItTVT'.--  .  Uw.^jwi'jjfc^ ���������fost-tiaooc-ip ^<-<_cJsa->~4^Q--������_<������"r-!  ~* r*~-~-g, 2^iti_&''.G-i-4-_.'!!_e% i^lbe ��������� ������3_es-������la-.;F_-j-t-;  Eddtos' and Manager.  yy-������ss^SM^ _W^-iM,4MH-������Mrt''.4-���������--k-il ft-se^bon- th������;^es^:,_aste--t_aiid  *���������. 5^|l^ <>^ |a & a^^4 asRriasr iato -the. ofimm__iB������.- :,jrW? '.SKT*a���������fT?S____f__^  '���������''': -��������� _#'^,^p'iQ#'_^-^_������''~te^-4^  -?'^4i5|^_^^^^4-Ji_i__i le__|������ no&ees, $7. for at-Aotosy time.    Display adver-  1      I       when you get c  1   . if ^m������ si cm the  1  >?������-������-  a? '"w''*i ��������� ** .  tM:y  ;-^g'J: j' ^%f-g^pfe s������^e11||&r@s ������s evsporatiea.-tijfcd ;c:>nde--satio_i  ;%^^^^l^.iaf^2?;;:ssgis������s_i^ sep&r&s of conditions -ia.  ?|^_sig|^^ M.-..^diaoaso_i' opened up a  ::/;|������s_l!l^^ ise������iisg%hie_vl-*������ caused cots-  sli^_&^3^:ass_6_- -dbomigbout the Valley.    Ib another col-  ..'-���������  ������������������'fib-:'--���������, .'"���������'?'-- ������yi-~^&i\'-'        . . "'^'  '.'.,'*���������'':.'��������� --..'' ������������������  ^'JiujEiJ1^ brought xorwafci  _T3.ff Leading \ tile  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  i tt _ t   ' _���������*" I men  -will  substantiate  this.    We  \ Hotel ot ine \    .  3     ..        _.-_,. ���������*��������� _._  i ���������__      i  study  tne  coffiiori wt our guc:-ira.  Belt j rfh������ rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  8 Fruii  \  ii.n_t*_j  m\~\ ri i~ 11  tt  1  I ,TKHe eatti> in stock Violin,  _t'{BU-fa*.*  a**?"*   1Rj*mIa fttrin/ia ' ���������  I Otf r   Guests &  Ca/.   c/xgain. |  _���������  fyTCTr-vMii  t������-  sai  ?it<������--,-'  ^::.f^."y^b#^3B&^e^ "tj^fe^ses ^ that it is no* convince^ hy Mr  y~- l '���������''���������'-"*yi/y.'   "    :.'*T;,> .-'.*. -'"���������'. m '    .-ft . '  S__asi^_bi_-*s __nnu-_^t-U--'I|i^l|^;^ e5-in_������t see t_#at he __as  fs^?fj_k ^yfc&isig eife? is Ms speech or in his- letters. His  0^i-^ giv^p om Js^sigry 23 w@r��������� sot ds^ coHected in this  "iSiS^t* ^J-^Sey were. __-_-������-- ts&m. reports seat broadcast oyer  ���������^f^^fyil&k eeidili^ss per^sisg eliewhere.   What" we  we are g@ing to ge������ are figures on the Koote.  That is what iat������tes_s������s now.  ssys Hs advics ts-ouM be '* to let wel������  bso������gh'^^fiftte^ That is contrstty to all the idess^ii-|ii!pr.  ^ If Mftyer ^������d Itittle had of letwellenough  0^sm. M& pscls^ !_-3������������ray into Creston ao year* ago  vhen tl������t������ waa nothing but underbrusli and t_n_o^ on ths  ?n������5T bfiCa&i-d S^ttrcr,  *.-'��������� ���������' ���������-'-'. -.'.���������.'' - "^^- ���������-.'���������'     ;^     ��������� , 'ji f unvDe*-j^at������Au_a 3  -������a; it the gnoneers had kt weu enougn aione ana  fcf a!������ibro������^ throngh the Crow; if each individual  i^^gl^? 1?^ ?!_^a -^g������aytt ^a ?e> 'egell enough alone alter he.  ������n<  ������-'_W--ftW-  Keadquarters for Mining Men$  Lumhermenj   Ranchers, Tourists  - .JZ   I^*._i-_ *-1~  KXf  5_ 1_S^  -I. i,  tVm%*vam*mm*Mmm%tpmT*mtmmmmm  tylitt &Ztit^Nt������-_>-_t'  3f tberc is angina ^ou want in tbe ffl^usic J  %tne wbicfe we *?o not stoch we will orDei* it for  "  tm04������    A r&tws mi *%  nai������4������r_e%  4  l%*$s*  Mm  _S__#^ !US_LC������������3  ok Co. H  PUBLIC OPINSON  !^_J^__at_N_-S4--B*  To The Editor of Tne R_v.ew,  Sir:���������  As the iafeelligeut pooplo oi Orostoa,  Phoiie 51  LIQUOR ACT, 1910       ^������.-i-'ew&sssfee&ws&se^^  fl.      ������������������������������������ - *  "<*    fi* ** &    _ &       BS B        /_^ ���������     _  ������1P  SECTION 49  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  Twenty-sixth day  of February next  we beginning to think aerioi&aly of thej di2������ appiicH.ion wiii be made to thej  "'���������������������������.. . . , i Superintendent of Provincial Police fori ^K  probta-A 01  -VAjiOr_t.un. nuu  ouu"u^*io������  ,oe  &mm  i_>  *������  tion, oharaoteristioally, aa pertaining tc  she firaitlaada adjacent to theSoofcentty-  fiota, permit me to show to the different  the transfer of the licence for  the sale of liquor hy rtetadl in and upon  the premises known? as the Burton  Hotel, situate at Creston, British  Co-  .r__*._r       ������*-Trn.r\_"_ *���������     ������_-v  .:^ti������  ~3?������5_3I  11 eraoaerh alone on the flats, w  enough alone on the beaches?   Why not let the  -* ������-���������' -���������  ���������.-���������������.'-:>.���������- :. - ftoi* jet'  :-i:iy.::,t*;',5ss*..���������     ' - ���������-  cl^^ly^'yww^tit^r:^^t^?ggAmfeM.rfi^m' s_^s^w_ll?<i_ry up when  forward the idea of evaporation  o������ two b_ifei@s of water, one in the shade and one in the sun.  JJst-as gofurther. We puts basisM water in the sunlight  in the victnity of Vancouver arid w������? put one m the Okanogan  Vahcouver   dis-  auy one of as should from  oar own experience be able to solve this  problem from simple every-day experiences,   Take if you will fcwobaBinaof j  . ������S S44*re������9   ^?������S4���������>3   %4?S������x?   ���������^i.   iuuftu    Asa   -yV?������5_     ^S������*  ������  ���������^ ' " I  . dea i������ ti_e morisingj the other in, the ,  j$na&e and if the day has been  hot yon will find iu the  Swelling, ail of the water evaporated in  one basin while, in the other there is no  perceptible difference, the reason being  saat- in the oae case tbe suns rays have  beea excluded, consequently the ten'*-  persta-e has ieeatoolawto admit of  evaporation, and if low euou ;h, there  must be a certain amount of condensation.   This should show you?'What most  :.>M������.tfin 1 lurnbia ivora* vVilliam   TJ.- Bnr./in tj������  the Creston Trading Company Limited,  Dated this 18th day of January, 1912.  William H. Burton,  Holder of License,        , -J  -The Creston TradiBg Co., Ltd.  Applicant for transfer.  ranstar, Livery an  I (Best equipped Livery in Town)  ^   Ail ciasauf IURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of |t   *Jj  ^   CUTTERS hnd BUGGIES for sale and hire.. Saddle and pack .horses a -%-   )j  Speciality. f  f\  ������   Feed for Bale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale |f  S|  ^   I &m prepared to fill ail orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trams ^  {0}   at any hour of the day or night.   Oominereiil men and landseekers,. will *������-  jam  & ~*       receive prompt attention v ������w  At3L\  ^      _       _ _���������ii        ta       _i _aw*L- ' -c   - - ������������������������������������������_ ^     i^S  I n. o.iV5������^reain, rrop i ���������  ^Phone66\- -.   ^       Sirdar Avenue Box 14 fii  I iHD__e_asac__9B4t4__-n_-a->_caaBBKB9e9s������B9>BsiS-^^  'ii  rT-HE CANA-ntA-N  RANIC -1   mm. I i   _.���������������**������_������%������.... mm;   ���������  -__>W_1_ .���������njrvi.iiu.  .1-..*   ,���������* _/-.'������,'  VH������   iU MIV  of as have ojiporieLsOcu, tli.a������, vrhea tho  _#,  *  X.  I  ?  ��������� \  [���������* i:'  **  . .������������������  ������������������/ ���������'  .;^���������one ^f irragatiore and no moisture in the air-���������they grow  irttft that has taken ������riaje* o^rerthe whole wor_d. These are  ;tir������ widely separated sectiout in a climatic way; Crestoa is  ������, happy medium.  - We do not believe that the evaporation that takes place  dnrin^ ihe six weeks that the fiats are overiiovveu is ilie  %siSof the succtti of Creston as a fruit growing place. This  ������^^������8tit_o_ii and evaporation takes place throughout   the  ^-#15.y Mr. Edmonson argues against reclamation and yet he  tbudhci the main point when he refers to the "snow  clad  tttono.ithsof the Selkirks".    We believe th it tbe engineer?  who are going to start the survey of these flats this summer  will, find that the   condensation is directly due to the iuter-  nawj^ling of the warm a?r of the Valley with the cold hreezes  Ttlw^come from the glacial formations on the mountain tops.  It has been proven that ground under cultivation always bc-  coMkiei warmer and as a result the greater the area of cultiv-  -   ate^ lands in this Valley the greater will be the volume of  w_������rm air rislag to meet these mountain drafts and at the  - Sffl^uie time the greater will be the condensation.   If any-  th|_iff,..we belitve that it will be found that the condensation  ��������� w|ih the flats reclaimed and farmed will be greater-   Reclaim-  islg^these flats will not affect the glaciers on the mountains  one bit. it will only make them the more effective.  In order to give the residents ol the valley a better insigh t  ^ into the evaporation and condensation question The Review  has asked Piof. W. S. Walker who made brief reply to Mr  Bdssondeon si the mats meeting, to give it a scientific treatise  on the matter* Prof. Walker has studied the question for  some time and has data on the Kootenay Valley which should  be most interesting. He has also signified his willingness  w ZvYww uy mm ������*r-iieu di������cus._i_m 01 the anpject by a lecture  on evaporation as it pertsissto this district. Prof. Walker  showed himself to be an interesting and forceful speaker when  here with the Bonners Ferry delegation la������t month and a lee-  Per 'W- H. Johastoa"  V .pi    ������"   i_    ���������������  -  ������  I-  /���������   t-n  /a   u_  aager,    j  Dr. de Vsa's Pesnale PiHe.  ^ A sellable French regulator ; never fails. Th_sa���������  pills are exceedingly oowerful is rej^il*tlng the  g^R-rsHvssoH'.aaof������hsfensaicsvsiesa. Refusc-  all cheap imitations. Jtr. de .������<_'��������� are sold at  95 a b-x, ar three for 810. Mailed to any address.  'SUs S__ba!J Stsk Co.. SS, Ct������tire?������n_ff, OnS.  SW EDMUND V/ALfCE^.e.V.O., LL,D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General P/Ianacer  REST, -   $8,000,000  V^ 4uS- JkJ> Am* JLX \Jf  ticabsr   goes  thoasands o_ springs of  water go also, farther, with1 a  ruonu-  Iuiia on the   north   _ia- of the valley,  :onesntratiag as it   does, hundreds of  ?: ��������� t -.      .       luilllons   more of the Bttns rays than  commercial variety of apple and in the Okanogan district woold be the oaBe under ordlnBry Gir.  ���������mniBtanoea, it goes to show that -when  i,he timber is all gone that we will need  every whit of the greatest p anomena,  whsob is oharaoterlstio of our frait belt.  Again i. yon take a picture of cold water, plaoe it on tho table, almost immediately the air becomes condensed so  that the outside of the pitcher ia drinn-  infn wet.  Thus showing in the most infinites  mally degree  the law. of evaporation  and condensation.   Oan the render then  fully oontmplate the  humidity of   tht-  utmoBphere when the oold air from  the*  lofty snow clad   monoliths of the Sol-  kirk Range swoops dJwsi to iutormiu,������Je  with the hundreds or uquaro miles of  evaporated Witter rising from the warm  waters of the Kootenay flats  nnd  oar-  ried hither and thither by  the gentle  broete affording to plant life a condition  so essential for color and flavor that w<  pride ourselves an having a climate aco  ond to none,  with fruit  unsurpassed  To say that if tho  flats wero drained  there would  boos much   evaporation  take place then as now, would bo largely to deny the voice of naturo, and  to  my mind we would bring to our vtry  door from  the lofty  Selkirks summer  frosts.   My advise would  bo   to  leave  well onongh uloue, get busy and rc-laim  ihe 40,000 aoros of benoh land hold by  greedy land gratters, laud  whioh we  know wlllproduoo in 7 yoars 9700 to  $1000 per year per uore then aud not till  then will tha voioo of  prosperity toln  through tho valley.  Yours truly  T. M Edmondson.  ���������5_^__^Sw5^-i-4-  "(S-mmchce Row!  We^ai- ev_y<mclotoio������r  ftatt we arc paying *  per annum cr_-\te_ nvthV  oa savings -et.os\ta^  CAPITAL, -  $10,000:000  ^ ������*������ 4^^.*_. *_���������*������������_������-.������  ivxyiii^ __.  The Money Orders x>F The Canadian Bank of Commecce are a safa,  convenient and economical method of remitting- sm.-i'l sums of rii'onirv.  They ������re payable without charjre at every branch of a rhartcre.I I auk in  Canada (except in the; Yukon Territory ) and in ahe [-lincip^l uties of  fhe United States.. ��������� v -       ,  The Orders aqd full information regardir.j thejn mr.y be obtained  s>n application at the Bank.  In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of  & satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount of  the lost Order. a ~32  v        TERCY <B. FOWLER, SManager. Creston Branch  <9  Rev. M. F. Bby B. A. wili preach in  Methodist OhurohSnoday morning and  evening. All ore heartily invited to  ip t tend,  ���������Wauted to pnrohsse.���������-White Wyu-  ...  .��������� -'^f .���������.  4.".. ������> ^ .4>������ 14���������J_4.'.H4' 4���������     ���������.4.  ������|4<|*4Ml.44%        /���������������*,���������.������.44     -9 -4, 4_ _-  4���������������__4-4|  ���������Mrs. Crompton uuslotnd by MIp������  ICllugei.smlth is prepared to rtuoivu pu-  ptls for Piunoforto and violin, imiginj*  hnrmony urirt i*������ri������>'������������vi-l*lni������'������,  T**.i������������������*_ 90 aa Um> ���������!,������ .������������(>���������,+"������ i4>.  S&UpWa_d)sa^e^l0^t}l-"@ 'dotteorBaff Orpington Pullets. App'y  drert 1)^ ChC(J)UC & + ��������� ������ ' ������t"The Review Office. 22*tf  oi_nmc3cpositeof-*-  Sip montlisS over. >;  Wc mvcat i^onef for cliente  mffrstMWedot-oa  Amm\ RhauxiaUu5\ncii3.  & if you are not saving ^*  ������y8Temal\caflv', ��������� - -*��������� ���������������-  &mtrienccN0WWu1ill3.  Bepoaita hy mall s^r>  Yofimi,send ty Bratf,.  \?0bX ������(flee * ���������mm  Or-cr or Wi9tcrc<rr^,  lacttcr ^^thterajd  can be tnajSP������t ��������������� *^������ +  ���������*������ * my way you wish.  Ware Reifoifeible  Refer ttf^^ 'm. nm _*  Dun5,B^9������trecb'f  or to att/pnc to *������������������  VMGOllVeR-  WntemaMftto^ay  Dofttiow!!!!!  lUUt'linhi'itf.riiri, ������   if* 11--*  mnV.i i\A^i_i\l^: up. ub 11.  321 forobie gtrcet;  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston    Wine    &  ������  mi ri 1 I������       ���������   .1 r  Si Poot^p Prop.  iyBP^Bu���������I b*i3 _B***tS*8S_���������mm  CURE DISEASES OF MEN  MTlmi- TR(ATID THBOUQHOUT OAMAD* FOR -O YCARB  J  kft������ebe������D1 treated and ci������H^toy^jrol?(riM!������6  lW4-lbo<_ lY.4.tm_nk   Whenyj/(ou troat wftb  Stumble, all you i* worry is retaovod foryou  know thoy will not dsouivs you, -W  SitAraauio to euro ajl>iir������W oa-01. So  mttttsr now Biiwy doctors 'Imv; faii-d to  i!5?.*/.l.t-you' V? "J****** how niuch monoy  youliavaspontin vain; no matter now dit*  eoaramd you may.De,' dott't glvenp in do*-,  P**?.""! yo<- (tot ��������������� fr������������ eplnioa fronl thsis  ��������� ������pectnllut3.     If you mo.ut tucaciit  .Aftwfafoh  or������r4_4ir.&i_,  CONSULTATION FREI  ylthlu tn������duich������s of any -eewt. . ������������������.^���������  i-Mpplna your lire i-ytieftr-BBj if you aro  sufltorlnff from 11.0 wonlt-"of ������a������t fudljicr--  tlonu; if yp������p wood 1ms bc-n tainted from  ���������ny prlviito (llaqn������������ and yo������i dsro not in-rryj  it you nro married and live In drosd of ���������ymi)*  t������>ir.M brcnklnp out and exponlnft your past;  irynuRraiutfflrJnjr ns the result of a wds*  *pmt llfe-Drt. K. &. K. ,������r������. ������������_������ Rtfuc*.  Lay your omo beforotboincoiirRlrmlnHy ftud  tbey ivUl tell you honestly if youaroourabio.  YOU CAN PAV WHEN CURED  W_ Tt*m,t ������n������l Cur*  _to_lMV**m������u ph������t  w������ll������ for .. ,  HOMETltEA1  ��������� S������_������H!������w Bl������������k im kidnrv _n,i ni,Annnn ni,-....  KIDNEY .ntl PLADDim Dl.o-...  ������nd*U Dh_*ut Pocullw toM������u.  Dii8.Ki-NNEDf&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Av������. and CrKwold St} Detroit, Mich*  E  mmmmm  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to out* Canadian Correimcmrie.K-t* TPenurt-  tnent in'Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call at bur Medical Institute In Detroit as we see and trent  no p������.ft!-alt������ in "our Windsor olucc- T,-_t!fl; ore, for Corrc*|x>ud_u������._ ������ud  Iiaboratory tor Canadian buslnest only.   Address all letters ns follnwri!  W ..       H    1 DR3. KENNKPV * KENNEDY, Windier. Ont  tm^mmwrniJImMW^^ 'fJ^WrlUfJirje^  TRgm^/w^mmllx3aWW*Jl}^4mH&B1^^ ���������    *������-^*���������____l.^___l_.^4^Wtt^.\__^__l_i^__.^.___W  .... ��������� 4.������������������ :,...*    '  *..-.--.f#JUt"������__".'   . ������...  * Rg������*!K*t f^^-^IUMnWi. M  M.ttlHll-l'ffl^^mJi^ffiJWltE^ ���������ni���������Himmsaa  -tii.'iii x^?-?-.^ -'lUnr'J T'iW?>^Jl/Ti?^"fy-si'Z* ^ * "Wi *��������� TV* Jf     "t **P "' ' ' i*  KZf ",T* VjEt-WiWE MST s?5������.W i 4, ������iv ��������������� 4   "< 1  '-"fl"'^     '   "      '"*   4"   '   4.V''"  ���������>*>C   JV       1    ��������������� rt   -.^ "- .0  ���������>������������������������'   ,  t,     i  \   fit   ".   1  >4.'  ���������"������"���������"* *  . -4-   JJ    4.    , >       - < 1  f     V  - M        t    _"  ^  JJ,   *   .sa..s_s=������---=.- _-4_=s,-L-������"*i!*'S*������'*_r  'I'M h* k    f '.W..������^?>41_'4 J1*������ ^    KlPb Va,*-.-** -  \������ T." *?>i.,3':  1 ���������   >.     *  F^s^^P^Pii^l!  J.*TH������   * " "      "  W=-/*r     ^*- _.    _*r- .-=������������������2=  ? ������C������-������_S_S_S  1 . i        1'  Tl.--'" tlH llhkTr������l-F..IJATCI  ar -wrm. mr-%.x-^     .. __-**������. mm   i-i ^r,.j set   er.   w S'SIS - -as   ____'__    as    a_      "  i      ������   S ._.-__������ ^  S.S    ��������� 1==I     Is*   -5"    jgg ^j      I   IH    B    B    B      ES  wr sy^TOS.. Proprleto.  1-  TH_s   HOME  OF   THB  TRANSIENT  m  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  1  j   up-to-date and   the"  bar cap-  I    plied with only the best brand  N THE -8HNENE  OQUffT  2SH m.mm  -S.  ������ mm mm ������__���������.__-_������������_���������  s a      ra '������?a      _��������� ftssss *s_i*a-*_sygJ_'*_--._-'-,4--.-'4*. *a_������ _rw*__������ a>    a> *������������������������ *_i������' ������p  AND  S  HSSS    B       | * |       QI, gOOClS,  ^  "'   " SAMPLE  I  ROOnfiS  i  6     l������  |     _*j������c-*.r_ri       _ ,  V^lVOlU_l(t      J.U_������e  i  Wfl  tem   i ti i-v^Bra_a  _   _  -____���������?   ~-      W*^>#^SUPKS  imi 'j__a[siiL^ii_jKvr������^ t ,       IPrnXSztfihC  -''v^Sl  nmn.iiHnn'ajTi  l._'UmFri-i������������fiV~   '-'"1-v^  ',4.   <-������- >^, -4  ^Z^,,*-  Paul A. Paulson,   Plainrin   (Judgment Creditor) aad  Intersatiossal       , >1  Lumber   &   Mercantile   Company Limited,    Defendants   (Jndg-  TAKE NOTICE that by sn 0?der raade by the Honoaratls Mr.' Jsstted Morrison dated the-15th day ot December, --.  D. 1911 it v?as ordered that the SheriS o* Soi-th Kootenay do sell -& the iateresSg of ths saifi JJa.-ada-its ia S_.br--o$s U, 14  and 15 of Dietrict Lat 4592, Group 1, Kootenay District, and Sun-I*ot 6, ia said I������ot 4593, Groap 1, Kootenay Disiar-O-, and  also the interest of the Defendants in fc!-_ timber now growing sksj sisazpa?; em the following deso-ibed lands; n-xaely,  Sub-Lot 18, of Lot 4593, Group 1, Kootenay Uistriofcs and Lot- S_2, @roa������l, iMJOienay ivisirle... eltl--? l>y psbUa sso^sss  tender or private sale as tbe said Sher*-? saay deera expedient for the psaposa of paying the ^adgme������t and eoste recove_ed  herein. " ^  The property co bs sold ia Snb-Iiuts 11. 14 aud 15 of Blateic. Lot 4SS2, Qsonv 1 SEooteaay District. oont--!eJng i-ssretfeer  4,477.4 acres; Sub-lota 6,in said Lot 4592.Group 1,Kootenay District conteining oil.20 acres, and also the timbs? no^ stroking and standing un Bob-ioc 13, of Lot 4������9s, Gronp 1, Kootenay Di-trlo*, aad on Lot 862, Group 1, Kootenay District;.  The name of the JadKtnen. creditor is Paul A. Paulson aad the s&__9 s_ the Judgment ^Debtors is the Inter&aUosal  Lumber & Mercantile Company, Limited.  Sub-Lots II, 11 and 15, Sub-Lot 6, and Sub-Lot IS, oi! District Loi 4593. <*__<-.������. 1 ars rsgistsroS Is ths s;ss;s cf thz S. L  O. Southern Railway Oempany aud the Judgment Debtor, hold Assign_a������nts of Agreements over the paid Lots and are J  i        L%mmSSmm^i  -     fi-a-B98ia_SB  _-- _      M "f       m> -K-'tl  ,Tir*!  ^_--^-E_������s^sse  s ������s"ai_B4__w_ ������   f  -^T1   ���������  ������^*T.   .  1'; ~  4 ^-      * "   f  j  And Reap Dollars 'V''Xx^fi  B  <.        .    . j-iJ. i.i,    .-.         a������-. ������-*4?'*-.r5  i  \  '* r'" .' ���������      ,_        ���������������������������_ "��������� .-.i-n-Mj - ���������������������������,  Sow Biurii8*l3^rUI--t������i?ftr-|  Call or send for  oa.   _  I  Niew Pamphlet which^ig  |:\' :  j. full of useful info,nna.|on,  I, for Frait.Gwme.rs ctc^  ^-==1  l     r ^.  =5  entitled to oaU on the B. G. Southern Railway Company for a Conveyance of the same subject to the carrying ont ot the  i iiiifif^  iH  en-fiS-a -m*av  O-BIVS  *S_?8-S  _s tax* ___**_.  s  This waft theheadiisie that appeared in The Re=  vle*^ fecsnt5v5 Sn the- account of" the fire it  .says they carried  &S������1  .-������.������1 Hil    la  There is a lesson here.   Are your  home and   |  hisildings protected?   If not see me at once.  .erms of the Agreement for Sale and purchase granted by the said S.O. Soatkaris Bsil^sy Cosspssy over gsid Sub-Xrf������5S,  The Judgment debtors are also the toners of tho timber now stowing and standing on Sub-Lot IS. of District  Lot 4592, Group 1, Kootenay Distriofe, and Lot S62, Grasp 1 Kootenay Distyiot. >- -  The whole of the said property above described including the said timber is subject to the following judgments recovered by tbe above named Plaintiff age&nst the above named Defendants in the Supreme Court of British Oolnsabia,  namely:���������Judgment of the Supreme Court of Britiah Oolnmbia dated the 23th dpy of December, 1909, for the _���������___.' of  144,241 54 for debt and coats, registered on -ha 20sh day of D-cember, A. D. 1309 andre-registered oa th������ 11th day oi Bao.-  ember, A. D. 1911; Judgment for $16.415.97 dated the 29th day of June, A. D. 1910 and registered the 1st day of Jul?  iSiO; and Judgment for $8071 S4r dated the SGth day of Oecobe-s A. D. I9i_ registered, the 6th day of February. A/D. 1911,-1  ptiiMio 9b ml \  g    OKJl!_s^������"^f_i -        SiG:^.--    ti- vy~  B       ~^^������mmrm * ^������-~������ _���������--^^-       . ���������  1       .. .   _ __      ...,     ������  S  Head umce 3 -���������  j CAXrGARY; * VAHCOW  |   VKR;    EDMONTON.-  _���������������! ,i������  !  ->:-i" ^4^ t?*'r  i GZIJY     LjOWEENB  It is intended ihat the sale shall take place at the Sheriff's office at the Court House in the City of Nelsoain the Pro;-8    ./IIIJXi^fy ,, UAIlBJilBl^ ,^jr/. *,-���������>.,;-^  ll -   W, Mobbis Prop,  -���������,..,       .     Ii ^a   H&&S*   F&G&S   M&MSS B-   .*  J. A. Harvey, o* *. *������-������������.,  vince of British Columbia, on Monday the 12th day of February A. D. 1912 at the hour of S o'clock in the afternoon.  DATSD che Slsfc day of Janmar?. A. 5>. 1912.  *g*g->���������.u���������i��������� m_���������r .*���������. _u_"Sfc_S������ "m ���������**,        1  iiinti  ^iniiIS I  _. V���������Q 4Vt V44    J.  "P Ci     ftnx  Solicitor for Paul A. Paulson, Jndgmen. Grediior. 2h_-if_ cf Sc������*h-S:~j*������afty���������  POSTPONEMENT  The above sale is postponed until Monday, 19th day of February 1912 at the same place and time. .%{  \ ���������������       *Q ff,44.......  U.   ������ t,     XUU-,  Sheriff of South Kootenay,  I  Tha Waelc-BsS _fs_fSa^       . ������  Resort ef East Kaofieaiy'   '" '4  r ^r  1 Best of Fishing and Huntiug  J    .    .^'    -    ii      ���������_       ���������      4���������  w.;1^      j^p  ���������_��������� _i-   -4 .  IS  y b IheSntisn uQ.uiP.ii������a nurseries uo. lio., .1  I aS  I  B8  Ii  '     A.O   _JV___m4ma������4...-������������.^      D   .   1^  U? ������������������Si^u_8vc:. ������. v.  Have just received au 80 page illustrated  VNand descriptive catalogue of their fruit  ^ trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free  for  4-Vio odj-iiinr 4-o \nt*-ririino*   nlanters.  _*_^_      44_4������X^A4fc-^       4.4*-      ��������� ���������*_���������.��������� ���������������. ��������� q j- ������^-  ���������   I  "13'  ii  Apple direct to this office or to W. S= Watson ������������  at Creston, B. C. II  A TRIAL ORDER will convince the most |j  fl critical of the superiority of our one year old ||  II trees dn three year roots.  ��������� m ��������� ��������� : ~ ��������� - ���������. . -���������  SHERIFF'S SALE  Under and byvirtue of three Writs of Fieri Facias issued ������as of Sha Supreme Court of British Columbia in th__s cs_- A  ,.^^-f^ tH_| |^Y|   ^,.^(^^^������Si^^^  actions whereof Paul A. Paulson-is Plaintiff, and International Lumber and Mercantile Company, Limited is Defend- J   ������^Br ���������-***' ���������������*������* g   w������ ^^l^iSlil^T  The BB l?_ Nusfs&ries Go* Ltd*,  ������ ������    9  E&&3 TiBs J&v@* Wm WancQiBmfGF, __f������ %s*  ant. 1 have seized ail cue right, title and interest of the said 23ef.&-&_., Znt-rnstio^sl Lasaber and M������rs*SsSi!s Ooinsjasiy;  Limited, in certain goods and chattels, consisting ot saw logs, railway ties, cedar telegraph poles, cedar fence posts, port-  land cement, roofing paper, rough lus-ber, assdother building arsd Jvunbering .tools aud appliances; .and also the right B   ^9B=,B .er^M,  under the Rivers and Streams Act to float   logs   and timber in Goat River and Meadow Creek and their oontributasies; ll   WSl^W*  together with all other exigible goods and chattels of the said defendant company. -���������' J       ....  II"  Proviflioas,   FfOfi6������c_, :Ti^^lp'?S|iP3:  vr,'". ���������������������������'^y^j^^f.^i  * -     ''-   v-   - ' - '^���������fmi^Myj^^^-^  qf The Creston Keview, ureaton.ana ar my grace jn ^ieison,,������. <u^  1    Daiad at Creston, B C, 1st February, 1913  POSTPONEMENT  S.-P. Took.  Sheriff of South Kootenay*  ,v t.  The above salo is postponed uutil Monday, 19th day of February 1913 at the same place and time.  S. P. Tuok,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  J      ,WWH������-IV*������_-������4JP.    JmWU^^i^^^^Mi  jg^gB4^g- ^i^^fsfe^^i     -     >-   ?  T  *?������J^������ -wiawii-i-ijr       _n_n������i*f������_ -__.; ������fl^,||^;*;t.^.g->?;.w-.-i;ns^"  ������    '  r,i    ''a se#:^_|i>y .;^p##MliKplg  I   .Dealer ^n   hag**   Hi^l|||il^  ��������� .",'.4.1.    '      '       ������ , y.y,..j;'%;.t*!������v:fm^i!^^::\:;x:X  |    l^pts anft siioes. , K|l������i|li|j  ' .���������.'T;^.TT/TJJ.���������^.T.^Jy^^;TTJ.T.>rfJ:���������^.;-;^i^^'g^i  ������������������ '���������^^;s������(s.v������;.^iK*;;i,,>."S^'l  -T- TT:;.  ';T-f'  ;...' '���������-*. ',;-^..-,:. ���������.'--^���������f.'.'Tl  i^Sigl  y^ym-0st;ymM  we lore pre  to do printing of all kinds,  'V^-4  IN  CLASS JO  We expect to Q^eVVptt-^t-iefest-thatcaa be obtained anywhere during the year igiz.[ You can assist us at thistime by letting us know what styles o������ paper you use,.  Each person has bis or her own idea concerning what is best in letterhead and envelope lines. A neat letter he^for your business whether it be as merch-tnt, rancher  or lumberman is always an^ adyertisement of that business* Then maybe we can interest you in sdmething else   for we print  i   .. .    . . ''.',��������� ' :'.. ���������     '   ' ' ��������� ���������'   .  Billheads) '.StateM^  Posters,--Dodgers and Placards,  ���������. . '������������������"'-���������', '       . -      . *  Business and Visiting Cards,  Menu Cards and Bills of Fare,  Circulars and Announcements,  Counter Pads and Shipping Tags  ih\\  In fact you can get practically anything you want in the printing line at the office of  Emr^TAi!  11  11  '''' ���������-I  y.iim  ���������   P44444. 44IMI4444H44H4M  444J4.44W..|..'4.I IIWIW44444W44W444W44  HIM I, I   4.4- I MIHM4H._ 4.44'_4444J> ^, .|4,,4JH,.,I 4.4���������."B"^'.^ .,'���������>.__.-  ���������__4*4|n44WW444WM|444MMM������MMI i l|l������ I II I4..IH.4. .���������'.��������� n-4..m..44���������-������������������ ���������  4������������_>4__������<__ir_4l_4_������-  Wlii---j-4____a-������___l  ma  mmVm  wm  tm  mam  mm  iii"! i,r.iiniiri_44w|.  v/y    ���������*,������,'���������    ^ jit.M'j  ,*. (,    V        .''t.|.'.'m i/.\ 4. .������'  I.   -I'  Ki*--  <i  VA  .!^,  l^l.'WiillW-WMIIliMll  Ihllll!!.   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B" <: troubled -with Kidney and Bladder
- *' 'jfrouljle, and have been treated *by
,%���v . jpany doctors, "but found Utile relief.
w*1 (.1, had given up all hope of getting
""cured when I tried Gin "Pills. Now,
. ^ can say with a happy_.ii.gart, that I
,4 Was eured." -f
i Write u&fbr ires-sample of Gin 5?lUs
(    'Io try. Then get the regular size boxes
y/1 t at your dealer's or direct from us���
I'v ,*o0c. a box,- �� for ?2.50.   Money retuod-
\ ed if Gin Pills fails to cure.   Natl j-ial
. 'Drugj& Chemical Co. of Canada, I.'?..
ass  ,    ited, t?eut, N. TJ., Toronto. 1.'4
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���g "     "Won't you. come Into the parlor,
S|    ,   I Where the light is burning low?"
i\.4- V-No, I thank you, Mary, darling:
__T -^ I I don't like mush-rooms, you know."
M��: *��� " '	
'    Saskatchewan ir.ar. tells of quick relief
'' ���       after three years of suffering.
*s. Hojbeck.  Sask..���Among  the  many
u     on the prairies who are shouting the
s    iprttises, of  Dodd's Kidney Pills none
���*�����:   $peak with more enthusiasm than Mr.
*�� fllatc. S> >. orsou, a w cr-U.no-��� n resident
* of this place.
I suffered from Rheumatism for
M ee years," .Mr. Syverson says: "and
i'vras also .""Ouhled v.-ltL a.u acute
pain'around my heart, My case wab
a serious one and several times I
doubted if zeco**"***? was nossible. Bat
seven boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pllfe
cured me completely
?ght Rustic, Hs is Qu'te �������-
differept to Loud Noises
: A.mong   the   curious  characteristics
of the giraffe is its strange indiffer-  w^tt
e*ue to ioi;d .loises, as contiasted v. ith   Vf|\"
its peculiar "scarlneas" with reference i
to slight sounds.    Noisy sound-', like
that? of a man walking near in hobnailed boots, the giraffe does not appear to notice, but should it be approached  by a woman whose skirts
give out but the slightest rustle, the
sound  thereof  catsses  the  giraffe  to
start up with pricked ears and eyes
distended in fear.
Officials of a Zoological institution
situated near a canal, tell of a curious
instance of this peculiarity of giraffes.
After a terrible explosion of gunpowder on a barge on the canal, the keepers were astonished to observe that
the giraffes .took,, little notice of tne
tremendous'' bl^st, " They jumped to
cheir feet' out'aiiuost at once laid down
again, when tbeyv��ound that nothing
extraordinary had happened in their
enclosure. But were a keeper at nlgl' s
to creep along outside that inclosure
In his stocking ��--t, the queer beast?
would exhibit such terror that 'one
would imagine them about to dash
themselves against, uie fences.
Ghaffes fear the lurking foe, and a
big ;bang  scares
P+     q.11
To them the faint, lustiing sound Is a
token of" the greatest danger, and in
that respect thoy are like deer.
Lssrn'M to ��***������
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Li Mo Margaret, who is three years
old. lived for a long time ne\t dooi
to a family who kei>t a cat beat me
>"hc namf of Pil'y. TIumi sue mo��ed
away from the family, and did not see
Billy aeain
���JJflvpi-ftl clays laV����r Marsraret's mouther tried to teach her how to spell
cat and dog.    After mny efforts she
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I can truly and honestly    recom- \ succeeded in getting her daugater to
ii^L-'rmend Dodd's Kidney Pills as a remedy
SSS&wTror cases  like��� mine.- ��� ��� ���.. They    surely
'.cleared out all my aches and pains as
if by magic."
'   Rheumatism is ..'caused - b�� uric acid
yin the blood.- vYIien the kidneys are
f-ight they strain all the xuic acid but
bf the blood. Dodd's Kidney Pills
inake the kidneys right. That is why
ihey never fail  to  cirre rheumatism
'.-and kindred' diseases: -:
ITresh enough to take the place of the brjead and biscuits you bake yourself
Because the WlUUre--v sysu;iu m ��<j yunwij tu��i�� cvw; hj.o^��-v ._~���*-*-���
the same dav h leaves the oven.
The- big Winnipeg factory is so close that your grocer gets
MOONEY'S in a few hours���no long haul���no deterioration..
Besides the demand for |tfi����NEY5S���the popular
biscuit���te sprout that his stock is always changing.
-    MOON EY 'S never grow stale on the grocers' shelves,'
That's one xeason why
���n aa .__���_ jmm ���_ ii _-��<���. **��_**��_
if UKr ___,CTION
**tt_* '������afr b_��f ��r~-*>     it--* ��� 'mtsf -mm **>* n   ���   -*��a_K
i ���    , ��� 1 r ^ r-^"-
aro fi-esher. crisper and moro appetizing,
As1-�� for the big package oi" & sealed tin, aad judge
for yourself.
spell the words afler hor, and stopped
for the first lesson.  -
'1'h.e day following the mother said |
"Maragaret. what does c-a-t spoil?"
She did not have to wait fov an answer-   Quick as flash tlw child turned
toward her.
.....���/'Billy." she replied.
M'.'��� 'ffll?^"l?,"'.'it ^^.fel?:
rm ��� ��� .*.-.-���._-%, JU..;4?^?'''.*.-'|fcy(hi��- ~^"
osi iilie
*  The,'::co-t> of Italy's Tripdlt (exped**
tion is; estimated at ?2,i>00,000 a' day.?
P '--*'.-i, Mlnard'a Unlment cures garget In cow*
"It's a  great  comfort
t.*y.y ftroublesv' to ^oraebody^*
to  tell yoar I
"It depe4ds?|
WLWi:     Jon whom you select.   Telling theta to
B_|;^- ������''.se. dentist only seems to make matters
MK& ���-���'*worse."- ..
"lj_.;..rv-'.    :    .     ������--������   - : ������,..���',:���>
HS|*Jjjgfe"'.It: was in returning .thanks- for the
!-W~K^nferai-di"ed- peabhes from    an    Ontario
grocer at Thanksgl-slng time that the \
^appreciative-parson said, from ijb^ puJ-i
pit: "I .wish publicly at this tiine to]
.thank .Brothfer, Smittiers for,,bjs-v.jgepfe
4��rous present of brandied peaches,   t
appreciatejthe peaches and ttiank Wm
-for ihes^l, "but'i I tiibre'is^rt;ic^larly ap^
.^':^reclaAe tlue^lilt ^ey;;,-werc
i.?3~nti..'. .'"���'. '' "'"    ":""'T'   "��� :" '" ���''".  --���'-
���*���:*������ '   - '   '
"-.. t .'���-������- ,..;..
)yit   Mosquito^Sqoash rottfit??ypuy%-ill:
'���;':'-.-tiay bloQd^il!.be-iipoiJ?;your own. head.
SAWS. l9*?m
SI Wt THTI V\ S ��� u>_ w���^        ��__.
i V
:        ���������   :���_-
you know
that.vjrou ar��5
one ,^cba^;
has ;sjt66<l
the test; fof*
over thiufty-
five years-
and still re-
ytoriic- food-medicine,
',������ used and .recommended
by the medical profes-1
. sion the world over.
is the embodiment of
elements that make for
gooJ health and
nr�� nir����
qaCid-ty stops co��-ii-is�� cares cottSs. brals
lii4B throat anil laaj.^ -       '<iS ceuls.
^ The Youth's Companion recounts a
story of a.  wedding described in  Dr,
I Winifred Hehstoa's "A Bluestocking in
India.' _
"Recently I went to a native Christian; wedding. Many guests had assembled and? the ceremony had progressed to tbe point where ilr. Grey
asked the bride:
"0o- you taite this man to love,
cherish and obey?' when the young
woman responded with a surprising
aad -uaraiatakable "No'.*
"Mr. Grey labored with her in an i
^undertone* but to no avail.   The mar- j
|?riage had, as usual, been arranged by
I the -parents  without consulting    thej
uuviguter,  out  it is an    almost    ua- {
known thing to be so bold and disobedient..   The situation was then explained to the assembled guests, and
volunteers were asked to supply tha
vacancy.    A. young woman promptly
came forward and the ceremony proceeded as if nothing had ever happened.
"Afterward the bridal pair left the
alt-x by different aisles to hold a re-
coptlon under'a tree, .where congratulations and rice were poured upon
them. The groom placed a silver ring
upon the great toe of the bride's left
fooi, and,a 'besjt .marCtled.the groom's
-neck scarf to' the bride's flowing garment, and th.ua they pat In state for.
aome.''hou'rs.''-y?::?.: y'-i y^y;   .'.;���'  ^.y-U'-?
: Japan Made "l^mj.^;Upito (bi-te ;
��� 'Some stralEige liberties are taken
with Shakespeare ;on^the Japanese;
'stage. The Kobe, Herald recently described a performance in that town of
"Hamlet", with the scene laid In modern Japan. The Prince appears first
In a silk hat and a swallow-tall coat,
then on a bicycie, clad in a bright blue
cycling suit and striped stockings, and
then In evening dress again, with a
flower in his button-hole. The up-to-
date collegian has little more remh-
lance to the Hamlet whom Shako-
speai-o concoived than a Jew of the
modern Johannesburg type Would bear
to the Shylock of ancient Venice.
Ophelia, for the .u.i-):_..e.,ur:~he r>'ay
is transformed Into a fellow sfulonr.
of Hamlet at tho Imperial University
of Tokyo. ..',
-W^ offar yo_ fteel
this book IbatielUyou!
all aWut horse dU-
casea *s 4 bo w to cure
^h^riu S*Jt <or it ��t -
your locai az-gglst or WjrJte __
m    SFAV1N CURE   -m
I'M la hmlnaldtt.     It cores SraTio.   Curt,, spujii, jjg
W ntnshoioeorBtxrotlierlaio-iwss.tittlclcly endaamy aa
���S -isTnwi.oxp.aiSilU-i'VJla.ii.es.OtiUssa.f-tBi'.jiJi- �����
no��. Ont, uvk ; "I used Tour Spaxlt. Cux�� oa �� gm
fuor _aa-��. wm". |p|
*��� _A=d Mr. FreaS Ptench, ot BUocho, Que. BB
;Tniie*i:   .."iPte-M tend me   your mm
^4���4���4���IS   TraJkifcd    V44    444%    4440ISa.    ^S
Stevs-KtlUirss battles ef*ocr ^s
Bpavln Cure thin a-soa-a with fiBB
 ��������� =-4vtn,8pr��lna
I oi aona on
Erai-ira: SMTln B
Osk��:Sb ssla.--e- tha^BB
uniform prtea   cf 9[
���LOO  -   -oUle;' 6? B
��   l4o��l��i for 4��5.00. H
If you ea-n-t. eat;U g
or cur freo book  at W
your . V>eaiT dracstaVB
wilts ES.    .-'.���-... ���   ���    tag
One of the  Hopeiess Things
If a man thinks he knows it all, wo
can't help feeling sorry for the misguided individual who undertakes to
convince him that he doesn't.
Little drops of water,
In the can of milk.
Bring the milkman's daughter
Pretty gowns of silkl
"E understand that old Billyonair
made his, fortune out of a simple invention."
"No, out of a simple inventor."
ecrefcr Sp��*rtn.Si>mlti��
and all Unb*"
oa. s. _. -SHvJ-u _c_n>Ainr
When going away: from home, or at
any change of habitat, he Is 8. wise
man who numbers '.among., his belongings a bottle of T>r. J. D. Kellogg's
Dysentery Cordial. Change of food
and water in some strange place where
there are no doctors may-bring on an
attack of dysentery. He then has a
standard remedy at hand with which
to cope with the disorder, and forearmed he can successfully fight the
ailment and subdue it. -
In 1910 butter exported by Russia
was sold for more, than ?26,000,000.
n��v��i       ������ RinsBT-_i.BE   if      aaaoa'S* B.iU'V     a*i_ A csM5��_B1      BBasT'.n.aJf Vs-5 S
lilE      TRiyftirn   ���-Dftiiimi^ tut-inriun   rauiyAifiUi!.
Although this is our first Mail Order announcement of Motorcycles
I   9*%. --> _���- taa.   II   %mT
with you���-and help you to keep
your stomach and other organs
in the proper condition oil which
your  good health must depend
Mrs. Albert Barriault, St. Alphonse,
Que., writes: "I have - used Baby's
Own.Tablets for my baby who suffered from constipation. They completely cured her. and I can strongly recommend them to all mothers." The
Tablets not only cure constipation,
but they cure all other, troubles arising
from a disordered state of the stomach
and bowels such as colic, colds, simple
fevers, indigestion, etc. Baby's Own
Tablets are sold by all medicine dealers or hy mall at 25 cents a hox from
The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockvllle, Ont. v >
and Automobile Supplies, we are by no means unfamiliar with this
��� branch of ..business. As an organization we probably number more men i
�� possessing first-hand experience with motor engines than any in the |
I country. We have a splendidly equipped Garage and Motor Sales Depart- g
�� ment, where information of the most practical nature has been gathered g
1 for some years past. Our buyers in their travels become familiar with 1
I all the American and British models, so that we have a wealth of exper* ��
B iecce to guide us in selecting the ��iotuiCyeie�� be_t _uii_u to
~ Canada. ^      ^
Our linal choice gives us two machines that are absolutely the highest
8-14 Bv_rywher��.
la boxaa Z8c'
Hard Work
"What Is Billy. Hardatit doing those
days?" asked Smlthers. "Oh,. he's
working his son's way through college," said little Binks.
Cran.mln_ down Ill-chosen
food, and ruining buck to
frvrV. I"iH* ���<*".>i<��ht t^> .'ly��-
pep.i,a, with all It means In
Proper habits -f ��� 4wJtn���,
with a Na-Dru-Co1' feys-
p��pil_ Tablet after each
tneal. restore ���ood digestion, health and happine-a.
A box ol Na-Dru-Co Dy��-
60c,   at   your   Druggist's.
fikyscraplng Nervo   ���";..;
Away up In 'the air at Bkyscraplng
construction  work, on a single steel
beam  spanulng    space    among
**    +\\r.
Relief for the Depressed.���-Physical
and mental .depression usually havo
their origin ln a disordered state of
tho stomach and liver, bb when those
organs are deranged ln tlfelr action
tlie whole Bystem Is affected. Try
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. Thoy revive tho digestive processes, act beneficially on the norveB and restore the
spij-lts as no othor pills Will.O Thoy
arc cheap,'simple and sure.'and tho
effects are lasting.
A new English bullet ignites
gas of a soaring balloon.
Look for tho signature of E. W. GROVE.
Used the World over to Cure a Cold tn
fit^i        Ti!--4_ 9*4**
National Dr
ar.d Chrnr>-
Ict-lCo. of Canada, Ltnnkte.-.
clouds like an aeroplane, a workman
lorn his balance or made a misstep���
so high up was ho that watchers could
not make out which���and tottered,
wavering there to make your stomach
fall Into your hootH while your heart
thumped the top or your skull. Then
lu* got. a grip on himself, recovered
his iKilse, apparently looked down for
a moment on the army.of wee human
mites so far below' on earth���and
w<*i.i. uliu!.t. lilti work again. Gocvd iiky-
Rc.rnplng nerve. Wonder did ho toll
(Ik- wife nnd kiddles when he pot home
lo Htipiier. No, not. with that nerve.
If She Winked
"Hit. down! Sit down!" said a cross
crabbld old man to two nancy,- llttlo
urchins who stood up In front'of "lVlm
nt nn entertainment, "1 can't see her
"Aw, go on." Bald one of them. "If
��� she wtnku we'll toll you," and remained whore tliey stood the rost of" the
A closo ohsorvor has definitely oh-
tuhllHlied thefnei that magpies and
rooka cannot count further than .four,,,
A rook never returns to Its nest until;]
it Is null.' sure that, there In no dan*
**,...i ��,.w.. W'.'.cr. fsv.r hv,��t��vi nr i��n*��
departed ln _iiccohh1ou from i\ lunir-
hy cabin, the rook would return to Its
it<>_t after the last had gone out of
night. Put whenever there woro more
tin* i>liii lo*>t count und returned to
ii4. VK4V.I i.vi4ii whllo Hrime wore still In
tho hut.
More than, 57,000 motor vehicles
wetfc registered ln London this year.
Mlnard'-  Ulnlment  Cures  Olph.hsrla.
A now college of agriculture has
boon ���'ononod at MiddloburB. South
Canadian shingles have been practically driven out of the United States
because of the duty of 50 cents per
thousand imposed by Americans.
The Nova Scotia "Lumber^ King"
tho -JEST liniment In use.
"I got my foot badly jammed lately.
I bathed it well with MINARD'S LINIMENT and It was as well as over
next day."
Yours very truly.
t. o. Mcmullen.
grade in the market,-possessing speed, reliability and enduran'ce ln an 9
-unusual way. We have priced.tlieui at oilr customary narrow margin of ��*
profit, and we offer them for saie supported hy, our liberal guarantee,��� =3
money back iu full if not satisfactory on arrival. ,   ,
"30" at $1,950.00. "^ '
We have in stock at Winnipeg s complete line of Automobile Supplies and Repairs. Every purchaser of our Motor Cycles or Automobiles can depend or us for protection on this Important point.
The year 1912 will see an enormous increase in the number of Motor
��� Cycles used in Western Canada.   Last year the West led the world   in
~ speed and demon-uai-u uiu-L fu.clbly that the Meter Cycle hs,s t��--��
front rank as a reliable and rapid means of travel over Western roadB.
Our 1912 prices will make the Motor Cycle a present possibility 'to
hundreds of men, who have heretofore not given It serious consideration.
Wo shall be pleased to hear from men who can ubo a Motor Cy.clo for
buuines* or pleasure, ;and who have the cash to pay for one at our very
reasonable prices.   Full Information on request.
Addr-ss:���MOTOR 8ALE3 DEPARTMENT,     ���
Nearer the Mark
VIn yoi\y. sortnon this mbrnlng ,you
Hiioko of a bub'y uh u now wave on the
ocean of life."
"Quito so; a poetical figure."
','Don't you think n  'fresh    squall'
would have hit the mark hotter'.'"
Teacher.���Hoy, what Ih your name?
Boy.���Enory   Jones.
'   Toncher.���Always say "sir" when ad-
dreHHlnis  me.    Now,  what    lo    your
Hoy.���fllr 'Enery .Tones.
The municipal Improvements mado
In Berlin In our generation constitute
lt ono of the wdndors of the world.
Tho amount devoted to such betterments in $80,000,000.
Soft eornn nvo difficult, to erndleato.
but' Holloway's Corn Cure will draw
thorn out painlessly.
In 18B0, but ono woman worked to
overy 10 men; now tho ratio Is about
ono to four.
7Hor��e.power *���     ^375.00
V>. N. U. No. W��4
Hliort cuts to fortune uro often hot*
tomlc.M cut*.
UOLT-S ON THTi ^ARM���Are you
������.-'. r    <>��,.. .),,.��   <   ,. ���,    ,.,���- ,l.,^,. *,
IIIIMHIIIM     U4IC    ��������       ��liM.-*      *J    1*4-^44    4,4,4*44.4.^4
A'dlp in the tub and SNA1> used instead
of j.oap u>ttl.-��-t you f��el a�� If you hnd
enjoyed a Kviiulue 'fURICXBII BATH.
It la thoroughly cknn��luK( remove*
the  Nti.ii.   and  grime  of  hard work,
,^.f--��n,^. ���,���1  li.vl.'i.i-nt'-a Ut*   it  clfiiiiM
��ud is nothing to the ulclu,
tie nurn  you get, oina*- U-- uttumni
���Vuil-eptic Ckaner, 1 u
UnlesB worms bo expelled fi'om tho
Hys'tom, no child can bo ��� healthy.
Mother Graves* Worm Exterminator
is tho bout tuedluluu o.v.unl U> dculroy
In spite of Its groat oil fields, tho
United States imports refined petro*
lomn>." though In limited quantities.
Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dl_temp_r.
%<mmu'lwvw 'iii.ii.-i-.iai_4%4>a,^.4��-._ia. .
.���'.Tfc&ito-odilW l^Upp lo torrlblo. Ho
klss-s every girl he. moots!"
"Who told you?"   '
"I hwd 1t from hid own llpw."
"And you actually consented to let
your wife run tor office?" }
"CottBentodl    Certainly not,   1 no*
Street  oar  conductors    in    bu��iu��,
Tapan. malce thlrty-flvo cewti a day.
Economy  imi Hflle  -hi**- ���# just  at      "
important aa economy m big tt? ing��  ���
FnnV'^    WIATC.HFS     '
Km la# mJf ��    %mV       WWmlr% 1  %mP aTl. ���S��'*5��*
wili uuttwef one of yoar ^ecenemy nn^i-innni** 60 ye-.hm
t>t constant betterment bat* brought them to such perfection that one Eddy Match doea the work of several others
of inferior make*
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Explanation olthe;l*rovisions ot tne Measure fSow Under
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TH E'-?.OAYS;^F;ytjg^E^BIIEPi?S(A ID.
:??,:'.: ^T^I^Er'oy i^ Riy0yyyy'[y
.". ^���'KflJ.*--*:^
^ih^:??S0cpiid^^eadins^^^ t8^
;?dueubi^ otythliiKleglsl^^
; ltoyBaid,?y^rlve.^
?;; Cbmmissibn: ? named ,to report oii: ?y the
y* -inll^ion-traced thisrprogress'bf? wheat,
���; ,firorii i^ie time iit;.was sold by ?the: far-
i ynd���i^?:Untli?' Its^reached-; its ^destination'
?yyyTfx '"comrnliisibrr. lirbduced a:?repbrt
,i->: '^';.i^-iilbli":::'^ftja'ci'.';-/ nio't .v' o f i��.t��:-i'; it>"e'eniy-.:'"su' v jpiai^^tl
TK;yfbry_omp��ictness and Tclearnessy They
\i reobrted: against a sample? mark et and
W Eastern ;el43vators'iih order'? to Insure'
]yj. werela^ainslt?ownei?shli>?Tih?;additiOh to
?yffii^e��recQnimendattbhs, :..ij They sug-
':���'-. y gestSqd liai.tiiumber?? of yain-eridmehts y to
%-yj^-:gr:s^.sL6t,:,: 'yyyyyyy;:,;.y,,yyyyy
��?r?v?Aln??aDp8;y?IIoh;?v!Mr.:?Fo3ter ? saisi,???-?^,
Y: ?'cbnferejsce s of: sill ^the interests cbn-
y ^ice^iiM^asTihteid;at Ottawa?hefore the:
;vy;hlcli; passed-; the? Senate, last session
;;wlth-'sbme?;bettierinen-��.7^iri c
; i;ng;?itsvscbne;btie yvtas' ;.struelcS.vith?the
;wbt:ld;has?ayisy^teKi? otfgraih,?ihspec-
itipn,so Complex ajudi tubrbugh;as l<CAh-:
?ada; y No, other conimbdit.y ? ;is .?���?sur���T:
rouridedTbyTSo nVacIiTlegal restrictions,
v^helher tliisj'was for "the?b^st br iicrt
wasyayiria^ter of ;oi?ihiou^ but?:it ^is
certain; thnt :tiier_; ls:^stin a; lav^eibbdy
of opinion ; .vliich; desireis, additlbhal
���-regulation;".-'?-���-���'������ -'-.?; ,-?��� y^yyy -'::yyy-y"
sist that the f liail ?iiasuratiMEs1r.alI ? he
Thill: Ixi itsrpreseritV8tage:^royid
priyateycompanies? heingEperniit-ed ���'.. to
do theyinsurlii^;fbiv na.llV?rlsfis?:as?they;
?db. ,-forv.f irs,- ?accid6ntsp!br;Iiafiy?yof Fthp.
y The? United; F'armers; ??/insist?:;:?;that
compulsory hail ihstirahcb..^e^ii&ct'ed.
through out the -; -province^ :?TWS?Tythey'
nbw adtm"t is^heitliit^i/desYm^
/proper :-:norT'feaslble;::.??'gyv've^Mi^
���,:T?The- deputation; ?inciudiii^?VJ?^rlessr;s
Treguiiis, president?;bf rthe: brganiza-
tlon,? Bevingtoh, of "Stohy? iPlairii???sind
Screhson; of Strathmbre.;3.^ttes^rep-
Tesehtatives are'?��� uiiderstobd^tb;.: Kiaye
augiarested that they would liei [satisfied
if- the  new  bill;provided'rWr^ShaLil
|4k4fl<4    I    A.1>_ -]��444_.   ^4'ta��   1   'J        ~ t/ ^     .'.^44*4,A��llrfl   1*1   I    ��4f*fc
T?'^ancbuveK'v:TBl'v;C.~^ intej.lv ie w?;
here.recehtly.? 'Sir TDbE^ld^^annysaidv
deveiepment^ 61 ? Western -' Canad^tliaii
- V^fter .d'jsbribing ^
bil^to::mako?the  whb^
sary/tax and revise the-funds;^hlch
ole saatter liirfjs"-   tioh" & soliition '.
strbn g  and ;i?th orou gli   as -it   can
���SoajS.^;.-i The;: main   trouble  which
ironed;to be :4^.alt''''?.'w'itli?':.was'.'-T'on;'e'
trahsportatibn? :-'-C?'.=..^W.^'t..: y^yyy ?'
?It:wa8;a/"serio^'syobstacIeT to the re-'
jiioyal ? of the ? cr6i>; that ���for, se'veral'
?hiohths of > the i year It? could com e but-
Of the ?/west 'over one ilihe of v; railway
onlyy : -Serious ycohditioiis-������������ had arisen
in the? Wear this vyear. ? and' lie :��� was
cbm'inceS^ that the? railways had done
their best*   By patience?ahd;co-bj>era-
sa put-SAs.-'a,'.result the; grain';ana -.-in.
y >sjjectipnjaet. was^strengthened   by-the
?yiacluslbQ?;bf' the princijde laid; down.:
.: -. "Cast i.y .e'aiv,'a ;..iarge ..?deputatib?i?ie'aine': to;
?���; Ottawa arid? as a?resdlt ot:further son-?
Senate; and "referred; by yth��i,tvbody?:tb;
&^ special?committee^ which??heard?ali;
;Kb.VUes;T:'iesiie:e?aed^'?? ;The:l?;8>il4"?.fiBally..
;ps.?siaetf:^e5Benate4-���;?-?' Although L '��� an
agreement vwas??? reached;   on    ittost
^ _.,|Sbi|Lt|;|here: iBtliiyretnained ysomeydif^;
||y i?|i;|?|erisnbes??v.> :-yiy ���{;) ^^f^y^yy^^y^y-^
yiiM:-$?*~,y?y��\"r:yy'm'i :yy\y>'::^':'' ~"���" :"<-""''";?  '";"? _ Al
Would likelyybe brought about in due
��� course.'*y.y y>??.:;-���-,?;.-:.-?'yy.:. ? -' yJ 'y-'y'.'-y.
? ; In 'another year or two the^ !>��> T.;?R,y
which ���.���%ilI--.;..d6ubJe:..tSe'-.,-.trahsport.atibn;.
faidllities; will be com pletey \ l^a ter ? oh?
the; Canadian Northern/W-buid? have;;;a
Ttranscbntihentaiy line. and??T;-ih:?-tlie
course-bf a few yea.rs the-?ETud?bh Bay
;Ssi)way;;.wbuld :be;.?bx\!it; y.i^fe^^ought'
that";(Here were"great? possibilities���'.fn".
they proposal, to :Shlp?'grain to? points
-as.;far east? asyMoose Jaw tbvPacific
:waters.?yMuch could be expected from'
fthis route bnce the Panama Ganal is
?co.m pi'ete.; ���;,: ?; ,v\? ?-^
t?iyiJU :WfiiR'^'|tfe>0..rt.aif^OME^ft]UCE [       ; ^INGLE TA>C  IN AtBERTX
Ottawa, Ont.rr^l^?ydays9;bf chealp1
beef are over,? biscau^tH^ajss.;?,_f���' free
grass are past.?> *:oi^.?peribdy/during
the days of the;yA?ftierica)a' ?and ?G��n-
adian ranches, 4,b��6f;|^^^ieap?bri;;ac-?
courit of the'::yast-/areaSiOf>?treeigrasey
Those daysyare; oy?br.^i^eimust?expect high bribes -ift.?l>eefethe-world
over.1??,-;' -;. yy:;yy^y^$^M^^^MySy
Such, in part,'?is{?m8?sWembht bf
James E.; Poole,;;bfy;Chic^bv -ayrecbg-
nized authority-;oh?:;liye; stbck^jtiufeB-
tions, who has jiist returnedvfrpin?;ithe!;
01 d Cou ntry, .>' Ii er e" ^hev :?was ^^br?;;;the
past few monthsy?lhybsW.?ating:yconditions  in   that ��� TfiMrfT:!*' Th'p'^if>'..ss?iiE
^�� j thepovernment woirld admlhisterV'The
j municiriallties would make theiJnspec-
tions of damage done andywbuld?^cbl-
if*ct the annual premiuinsrhutythe tb-
talTfunds would be inye^edand,liaod-
led;;by. the?:gpverhment. :;Ttib;;:IJiiited
Farmers are- said to want ?i;nis;;?yiThl9
means the scheme cannot ;gbyiritb'5ef-
fect;'���'Until,;-;- next ypar; ? fc>r ��� they rural
;iriihiciT>alitie3 would; not he established until 1913; The Insura^cjeuBill;
wlsicli; - has passed its reaaiiigi ?? ��ut
Which has not: been presented; to ?the
Legislature in printed lorm^TfliayT^ei
delayed now until changes have; befea
iriadfe ?toy iiiaJjjeyit in "accord��� withJ?fchiS
wished ofytlierUhiteC^
iHsist; chat pri vaile companies sb^llubt
take tliei^hail'-risks;--';??:?:^^
ditions in thatyregard;?*^They'passihg
of the ranchesy'-in?^berte4 Golbradb;
Texas, and other- fbrriier?rcattle: ?cbuii-:
tries, has, in?the opihion of^TSfeiPboleV
been largely responsible; for- theypre^
sent conditions. uThes only ^reaticiat-i
Me raising ?cbuntry; left atvprssent is
the Argentine;?;iandy?the .packerb, foreseeing this, haye^hiftedVtheir Operations thither,;-ahdi packed? by? BHtis^
and American capital,Shave; cornered
the industry yandyfbrniedyaScoloissal
system, by?whieli"theyip^
trol the production arid cohsumptibh
of beef allover the?.wbrld^?;They have
even insinuated? theirselvesyinto'the
Pitnithfiel'd market?! -in ��ji>gland.-��� At.
the present J^nieyih^;^^
ever. Mb. Poole states.:Ghicagb-pack-*
ed; beef mayybe; p.urbhaSed; cheaper
than In Chicago; ��� i; They^free-?trS de; policy of that coutitry: is? responsible;for;
this. England is^ howeyer, drawmg
heavily on the A?rgentihe. ;;aTi;d iaT^Jjew���
phase of the Question -hasylately ypre-
sented   itself;   which':.:wili?.make- the
as ? dtstributingj;cehtre^i^dv^lSbriiig
theiiiyin���,'��� touch ^with? a>vwi^^~-area^?of
of impbrt{fdvia very? 'coaslderable'pbr-
'ti'on ;bf.-,ths"Prairie .Province's'::- ;%Now--' it
;ls?; itteyitable; tha:t?:this ? business -will
bey-ncouraged by tlie trans-cbhtinental
^il^vaysy-whiehwill? beyinya position
'to; yhandle^iti; ^s?vthey' x are ;?certai.ny :to
grainy^:?yancouver andS other ^points
on this;cbast.y I see nb-reasbir whiy??the
surplus>wheat- crop?of all;Alberta;,the
f?ea;ce River.district; and' at least one
quarter?"bf Saskatchewan should hot
seek ahyiputlet via the Pacific and the
Panamas rcanial, v? If ��� y oil will ? look '.-.-at'.
the-m&p?ybuT will notices that Battie-
ford^:aw:ay!;up iniNbrtliern; Saskatches
I 4.��� T -..'  ..JLJ..*.21--^.J1-    !*��� ^J'_..' l   ..-        '���_.:������- 4 4_   ��� a.T.4._        '.
���&4-���ST.^ ri4*4'r..S.>l. W; w!
j......           -���  ,...J��i3^.r."..j������IJv.��Av;.4^M.i,4jrji,v.f��w
theyy ottng,>-_BildS---a^
��� helped??mev'muciiytb:c!5i.bftce
.:cOVerytheiryneed; ?aud?I dO?firirily;7oe^EiygiiS
��������*** i �����*.#. Ji -
y v;i-__ti_��n.��E&.g^ '??..re4
ferrlng to the situation In Ulster, coa-
?gS^tiiitttettT Sir ISdward Carsph;; i<brd^
?*Lbndbn^rry;^ aiid^?UJster?-;??^ehTT;:??:?fbr::
tbeir? ^bble ? stand ?; In-1 thbibausieyof
U^iL? ��He niade it clear ;tha.t?^espite.
the cbnBpi^cy |td^ break; npy the; jk^
? sUtu4.lbn;*ancl^i emasculat.e ^xhe nouse of'
'���Tlbra8v;;:;?:hbme;;;?rui��iw^ vaT-uireot
majidate from the people, will never
i to iarri^d ^without civil waryto lrer;
land.   The iovernment forgot to reck-
"��� ������'��� of' TJls_er.::J?:In-TCbnblu8ioni ;he ;;said-: ??;y-y?
:?A;j?>^Ey^jieyev?ttieyl-aaeM oiythe tllster
i .��WW*-ti--.ih='��'40.������.������v*iiirt">.;Hjpt��'o,V-TOl��'..^hia:fdi_f:
��������� .; J5-^��4; 4-4* ...'���*--*-:-,���>*��� ;::.��5f4V-A-.-^V4.*.v-.: ��� 6������*".',-. ,"   ~""-.TT.
Oities; Will Sobh?%\.;,;be-;on.sThat'Baeis,
""���; Edmonton, ? '^lta^~The introduction.;
of the siiigle?- tax ?may? be madeS?wide-
patibh, that? the!   gbverhment    may:
brihgy dowjti?. a;, bill; iii the legislature
enacting that; form of taxation for vilr
Ia��?es.   It Sis Und^scpbdy^at iiothing
decidedT as yyefe? The-' ssugges-
f��5L**' Kflot4 -A
        I.U414      OlUgIC
dc applied:
to ^iiagesi ;has,;yhbwever< ; met: with
considerable . favorT?WomH'sbine 3 mem-
be-r^of "the; cftbinei^fy!;?'?;^^;?;.'.^^".?;??'-;?;;?;
^mpstylogiealy movev- inysth<ELykT;present
^trend? in ���;.' th e; provihce:-;toward?.'.general
singlejtaswion;   ;SdiSontoti"has;ii^;d it
its birth, and that it -will be found to j for some years.   Calgary will, through
vfivjiio^jj,^ :.jjr;; ^chatmnv    Adstlii   gra
Cloainl^l^n saidiffiat
home rule -was good, then the claim?
for seiiarate treatment���for Ulster:>was
:^ii^ly��s6od^^^ A
otitho 4Wfereri|be ot
"���^tween the I two?" sectiohS; of the Irish
'*&iQi^;yffi:$li& home rule ...bill: wbuld
"'-boyuselisss,";?:i'heyhiaiory? of -the Irish
- 44i^i41!t4^44-^4rt4r.*--::_^r4-i   -4W   4*4n>-|/\��4*i\ti\a ': 4nH>4 -.     Tf-.
.    |/CU4 ll��� 44X��-W.tA444  ��� .4T.41*0;;..444.444,:    444444^4 4-*-w-4���       ^,4^ ��� -     - ��� ��� ���. -.
gave the people; no peace or prosper*
t ityi V In; snort��� there is no practical,
grievance to; which vthey caii point to-
dayytoat^ustifles Ythelr deraand for
breaking partnership; with ���the united
. fitifl*aia��^+:iy*^
ticjallyyhas ;accomplished ??^ItS ;^s?This
means that -within? a/few?T yeaysy%ii;
cities;in the; province; willybeyon? yvthe
single tax .;baBisl;ahdTTprbbably leiis-;
latiojn ;to- that effect will; bbiritrbduc-
ed ^into - the legislature; ?3.n;;,a?;y:e|try;or
_--��rA' '..y.ty.y.'.. ' " ���'���"::���'��� r.*-",y--' 	
y Two Remaining .Plera?of ?HudsoriyBay
���;���;���.?���'::'- ���.--.' March. V :.-;-"
Le Eas, N.W.T.-r-0^v" the Hudsoii;
Bay railway bridge considerable pre-
", paratory.work liaB been achieved. The
engines have been closed in as well
as, the concrete mixer and the gravel'
tract.    The piie drivers are almost hi
forking position.    Two more weeks
should ' see   everything  In  readiness
and by the end of March the two piers
y that remain to be erected should  be
^conipleted.    The force of the Saskat-
' chewari current can be judged by the
fact that considbrable steel piling on
the Jast pier's caisson has been either
torn off or badly bent by the rushing
waters o�� last summer,.
Bill Respecting C. N. R.yBranchOS^Al-;
;,?'--.lowed;to .Stand;,Oyer.;-'jy?=:;y;;y?-':
���? Ottawa, Qnt���-Whentl^bilire^^ct-
ing Gahadiah? Northeni^l^ric^?:>lfiibs
in tthe; West came up;tor;coni^dj^ra.-
;tibn-? iii ?the railway ;4poinnMttee;|:;ex-
oeption was taken to the; description
of seyerial;-..routes described in;;' the
��illy?ais;,.;;the; lines of ? an :? agreement
reached1 with? the Legislature?Of:;A.l-
berta4 i?W. ;F. ^cLean .andyJ,; G^urif f
said!:,ti^t;uie;;descrlptlbn^ '$86:
polnteiii out;?^tras 'to'.ruiiT?t^yaspbin^^?
;P'saoe;-'Rl v'er.?;;;T?Thi5if;;' would?' meaii y$$&t
ItVcbuWytouch ?aiiy pbiniir;'oni:'ithOi?^fe61ef
..;?���'.-HoiiV'';T?"ra.iik'-;. Cbch'ria)dLe7.��"'^iQ^l'^';?'.'''0^'
rallways^^ wasjdisppse^tb^^a^^^ithy
;thev:cbnt^tibns3ha,tytiie '?;r<ju.t^T:;were-'
;tob?'lo^^yy?desci4bed;;; ;He; suggested
?that ?the??cbmpahy^ take?^^
cerned;;? The bill was :^Ibwed;tb staiid^
?byer;-;;-l??^'?v-?'v;::;:-, ?-.?;?::??:(y^:yyy^y^yy:y^:yyy
T'purthg consideiTatibn:"o^
corporate^^^ ths Pacific .; TransrGanada
���railway,^. HI.?'TH.^S^eveas^��� memtosH'Jbjjt;.
labiir'ibe .employed: on, the,sec^
th�� line: to 'he construciediii'British
���^���^T-,---'--'.--.i.   T--.-.,r41i.^i^���^-..'T.^.44-A0-,n��i- '4.t-i*4--4V':
001U.U1LIIU.   : vuaii utnu irauuu4> on.u 4,1404
such?a^^ ruling could not he .appUed.tb,
?^ne t ;;railw^/   ^
have to be inade for all railway com-:
;? Dairy Industry to be Oevelbp_cl
? 'Reglha,;��� v Sask.���Closey ;.: observers
stete that the growth of the dairy arid
cattle industri4_s; in ? Southern Saskatchewan has not kept pace with industrial development in other lines;
and "the belief is freely expressed that
there are vast unrealized opportunities in this'somewhat neglected "field.
It;;ls;noted, for ;inB^ance,,;that; at"?no
time- of the year-is; there a surplus of.
milk, cream Or butter to be found In
the Reglna markets; whllb during the'
winter.months there is often a marked tendency to shortage. The ; Dominion Dairy and Produce Co., Ltd..
reeently^ organized here, is regarded
n.n'. tiiio mo��t f^npible solution of present difficulties. The, company has acquired AGO acres of land, and will produce; all its dairy products; under the
moBt sanitary conditions, being equipped with up-to-date pasteurizing and
butter-making plants, designed to
handle an adennate output at all sea-
bous of the year.
The power gained by the Socialist element in ?Germany during;ithe recent
elections���'��� will*;., ih' the ooinibh :bf; Mr;
Poole, haveya: strong ?effebt In ? lbwer^:
'ing the ^arift Walli? so far/1 at lea^ as
food' is ��� .concerned, '���������--��� ~'y-y .y>y
"The German*?:" .Mx.:: Pbble:fstates,
"have long: realised ;the?? prosp^TOUS
conditions? of the; Engli^;?y workings
iiaan in they master? ?bf TClieap ?; food;
while their bwn ? platters have    be^eh
.-.C;:-/'Piree.- food in 15rigla;hd, is?:a;;ca.rdiTia.j?
; pririeiiile/ and the? ;6e^ajt;?working:
'clasay represent^
cony ertod to; that?;.Tpririciple fe? Th or e ��� i s
iibt a doubt?but-th^
that the" agrarian intsrasts be protec-:;
ted  no ?ionjger?'and?;5tti&?;cbnsequehce7
will be; that the pacfeera;;^11" be al-
flowed to ' come in,-'?nbtsbiily Tfto? Gerg
many - 1but ��� to; Austrla^ndlltily^^^In
fact, the;;p^k6rs;?hav:e';:alreadyyun
way-; arrangements ^tb^n]4eetV;;t^e;:? i de^?
niasd which--'*liasr-? :sEvr.^.s:s*��_j��s'rf;^Ill.-": cfo3ba<e��y
TWtiatiwill be?-th^;?cc^ep^enw^;;i^^
wan;;?isy3ust about;ieqhallyv distant
-frpin;*Pbrt t "A-rthur .and'? Vancouver;,
This? trafficyia(??bbund; to increiise at a
rapid TrateiyesBecially;; in view of the
rapidvyinlflux?yof settlers now in,, prefer eM.;;;;fOur?;inaih; line, with its? low,
easy grades; cbhabling trains of ���'������'forty.
br"fifty;cars to bbv-:'.nauled'":''by;.-.oi!..e.-;'en:^'
gihe.ih .either''''.directions? will be,in.an
^exceptional :pbsitibii to; db;bubinc��^.yy;
y-y-$r :T-!*|P; *^^ pli'. P'ea^BbnspieIy?;>';y-:
"} ?Are>ybir .?biii^tb?��he 'VV'Innipeg.Bons-
piel p. ?is? ??Se1eniinglx; fcone^ ;of ���? :thb y main
questions ?;bf:theT;day^;a^
?repbrtis;>?a :rebbrd;"cVb^^
at Win^ipeg;tor;;]they
;yThere?is noydbubt^u^ th^^eryone
whb; Is  enable(3; to y &itjs&.<af.;2#i Uy, pack
OTV����(Jij��1rt/.i.+*     . .r^'-r***1.   ' ���,'"K'*i ,��--*I *���_ ri. r*rm '-.''"- *\'**% A : +T��A 4-
:c����j^v_p_t��_'AJuL-cixo-. auu<    .yuoiiicppf    gmaxm.        tuai>
?8bhsDiel itself;will bt^^^btablbonTb::
St; Pauiv puluth^'^ncbuy^
.ereaaeid?.- by ���.,; si^f^^^Sfilieets febf -<>ic&-
' of the 'Union?; TJemin.l}sf!C^pM?^
id rink;;inakes? a. gr^d?^iO^;fb1^?C^^
one,, sheets.; bfc IceV ;oi^f brt^jfce^giameg;:
Ice; .sehioi^^i^eur.;^
TT::-n\ivrt ' ".<���- -���-. -
,.-.;,;.   4'ilC
and; Kb:. didv;..{:Mattai^i
;be sure??of-, gd.ld^0e-:'.ai'so?r?lt;:%e:^ia^
Him ;must?.be: -f ul filled;??? ;.--?;��:E'S^^JSf ?S^gffl
���',,'P.ur.?- lesson' ?tod4ayv":be^ris??and^iid^?|ifi^
'>Vitb' .a-: ��� statemehtT^'^cbiicernin^^thelf -v:'-l*s
child's  growth   both ;'physidglly^aw ^
���in-'.' wisdom t also: ^���He'?was-?a;*nairtaKe^ds
of real flesh':ahd:;blbod--ahdO?^ewSilila-|^^i
mahy-irespects as c^her'?chiIdr?baMbf&��i?^p'-"
: but.. we ?raust? always thirik-';:bfe^i#;?a^|?\��p^
Spirit,; for; wha,t -was .true ';o&^h#ith'o|^^'^
Baptist must have been ?l*ue^f;?sHim|?
also?( chapter i, 16)
uhderstood'his. ovffI.deStiffcatioiie^ItW|5|S^
Show; ahd;?i-bmeyfifteeit;?cbnyentibiisX
Agricultural, E^ateriiar; aijd';^ business,;
t^-,������*-���-i^'..-'i4��� - *-^':.':*;-4-T|--..-Tii-4��i��� ~l.   is--iVi���.'J.'   Tl^T'.���'
.Wia . a.ii. Dts   iu. T'-ZtUi BHia-j   uuring: xite
ten days;.5sb^It;surely.^illbe^^;a
w^rth;'ti^ing^inv.>y?:i'-;;K:?::i.-.-v ^yiyyyyy.
atthetJhibn Terminals ;Uink;o^?Vv^ier
Street^; wliicK, .many ;;will; remeniber? as
theformer? CahadianNortherK
y The-%Caiiadlaitt; ?Nbrtliem Railway?;is
-offering?'8ingte:?far^? for the rbunjiltrip,
^nilKticKet^^iyjlll??^ sale;^rOTnjii]eb."
r^a^.iothjto;'        "'"    "
"6hrist,;?bur? passoyer::Is;vsscilfc"^$^^^.^|^
cahnbt;? uhifleri^iida^p^f^il^bj^f^^
auu , wxrougu   xmi.ii:
;imn_ber; twely e?; ahdSe^e^
(Ivbrse;:> 42):.-';;tIhS;tMs'{oasei?it^:naia^^a^
���i&iiife;^rbeess';th'es^s^Gund?^o;fbI*i^ ..     ---..-������	
a prolonged Period of high prices all   their stations, Regina, Saskatoon, ai
ov^ the wbridv y'raeyi^
tained? cbhtrbl.v?ofi1^p>*^��a'hi��^:^.n^
���y+m_��,- _.������-!
^Stu^ii '"limit- ^ebl*narv 22ndKfrbniSa.il i :**:���+k
���    *  "'���.���.'"-���.  '-'1   ���".;���-.""���-.'"   '   ���'���: ir*. ���'-'.* ���'������#���"  ' "' 'v- ����� -����'-,4j'-'r;>i;i**'*'*'*
Ottawa Citizen Prints 8eml.Official
Story to This Effect
Ottawa, Ont,���Tlv lflvenlrig Gitlssen
says:���"It Is doubtful If all legislation
respecting tho railroad commission la
Introduced this session but when It
Is brought down, It will In all probability, be to enlarge thp present
hoard. Tho Idea of creating a western commission as Intimated rfome
time ago Is ohientlonahlo beoausb of
tho conflict with tho board In the
oust. By enlarging tho membership,
however, thoro will ho sufficient;com-
mlBHlopevR ,to thoroughly cover tho
ttanar Law and Sir Max AJtUon Will
Build One for England
London,-~-Tl*o Dally Nows statoB
���that during their stay lu tlv? wmth of
Franco Andrew Bonnr Law, loader of
the opposition, and Sir Mlax Altken
���will framn a fir-.nln of tiunneoled tariff
for tho Unltod Kingdom.
Sir Max Altken hnB boon specially
rtuked to uaslBt bocauso of his con-
nUlorable experlonXjci In tariffs in hia
native Canada and because ho Is ��on-
��ixlly considered to have tho best
financial Judgment of any oT the pro-
seat generation of Unionists,
Ministers Oppose Hindu Request
Ottawa, uni..-���?i he ifovuriiineiit jh iu
receipt ot protests from tho ministerial association of Vancouver against
tlie admitting ot wlvos of Hindus into
Gannda, Tho report or F. 0. Blair,
thu  Hpoolal  commlHHlonor who    was
 -   I *-. !',�� ������^^l        I-- ^l,.,1..        ll.. ,..,��..    I   ,4    ..|.
Is expected very  shortiy.    UnMi* his
report is received no action will bo
" rtiKon In regard to   admitting   the
wives- of two Hindus who have ul*
r-u<ly arrlvod at the coaot. .
Railways Centre at Red Deer
Red,Deer, Alt'. -r-Sl** railways operating through this point ln the early-
months of the future would seem to
assure the position of Red, Deer as
the logical supply centre for an area
of country extending at least 200 miles
both eaBt and west. This railway development is already ln progress, as
Ih evidenced by the rapid advance of
construction work on the ne'V, Moose
.taw-VancouVer line which is to have
its headquarters at Rod Door; on tho
eastorly lino from Rol Dec'r t. > Saskatoon; on the Canadian No"Mi>ira short
Uno fromkStratlicona; aa .wo'.l :\d on
aovoral other linos whoso rights -if
way are now being graded In t':onc?.\r
vicinity. Local rodl est re mei; and
Otliei'S ale lading their '..Sis I'or ^
rnnson of nnprnonndonted aellv.ty.
';y-'y':y .Magnetvfor'iHbrne'steadst'sy.; ''yyyl
Moose Jaw, ; Sask.-^'A striking;; cbl;;
lection of facts and tiniely information:
is presented ; in the publicity.-.;.. lit.era*';
ture of the Moose Jaw board of trade,
how being sent out. In Summing up
the seven best,reasons for locating.in
Moose Jaw, the following statements
are made :-���; Moose Jaw is the Industrial
centre of; Saskatchewan;?;��� -it'.? is'?. the
; railway centre of the province; it is
the largest manufacturing centre of
the province; it is the 'site: of the
largest wholesalers; a vast- shipping
territory is dependent upon it as a
base of supplies; It has easy, access
to market; and finally It possesses
superior facilities for educational and
social advancement. It Is also noted
that, of the total homestead entries
throughout the mid-western provinces,
over one-fourth were registered In
Moose Jaw; while something like
seven out of every nine pre-emptions
made in the two provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan were made at
this point
��,-��ailable ???ya.nqti
prospective heef supply" everj'waerej
;??; ^Canada and t.lie Uiiited^States;:wen.t:
put of the catt'4 raising;;at;an ipop-
Twrttme time " continuedSMr^iPbble.;
^ A ? herd of breed! hg; ?cows i?will ������ rhe!
worth a lot of-tnbney;inI.he^riea:r; future and? there; will be? xtibre mbney in
raising cattl e than in .growing wheat.
But, until th e herds have been replenr:
ished, thb high prices will continue-?
At the present time.vsb far?as Britain
and Europe are concerned, Canada,
and the United States liaye nb cattlb:
export trade. 4A-n?/ Canadian . or Ahir
erican cattle which go over are taken;
to supply a deficiency of ? English or
Scottish beef and are not sold as Canadian or American. There is no\
American dressed-beef going over, because they cannot compete with the
Argentine. During the first 18 days
of 1912. England took 250.000 quarters
orb**-ii-osi. that ca��r.tr3r, ��* against.
198.000 for the same period in 1911,
and 95,000 for 1910.
"The farmers and grazers' ot North
America," concluded Mr. Poole, "made
a mistake In going but of cattle and
those who remain In It, I ami confident, vlll hp. amply rewarded."
with such cheap rates and such & var:
ri'X4_.'-��-._4*t.4��4.i__^���:: u���-.  ���..'vi  -.���   ji.-T,* :-
���iwj. .-.vii*...; o.i.>x4t4v4>i.Ao*xo,T,..v��.ii^;   ,-.r:^i*;*iv��, :,*iv.i**/*',
..-.,,  ,_,...  .-., .-���   . ^ouiaKmake?iBure-:.tnttt^'t.he4i??i;numo4^^^
meetmany friends in Winnipeg during ^^ cornplet^oelore: starts^i.art^e<yo.^?
:thej;Spiel..,- V:^::yry'jy-::y'��yy::::yy.yy:  nn t.h&iT'Aniirrt&v^^irft/faGW^ikci&tipyffiffiytytyA^
Scotoh Farmer"Will 8hlp 100 Holstelns
t6 Edmonton
ICdmonton, Alia.���-F. T. Fisher, &oc*
rotary of the Jloard of Trade, In In
roeolpt of a lottor from a Scotch farmer and stock brooder with whom ho
In.', boon cnrrylnr: on correnpnTidpTK'o
and whom ho has mot In lOdmonton.
The letter states-that as soon us the
weather Is good enough to admit ot
a fair pansago across the ocean a herd
of ono hundred podlgreo Holstoln cattle will Ijcavb Scotland for Canada.
Thoy will bo brought to tho Edmonton district.
0     Lemon* In Manitoba.
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nual crop of lemons is maturing finely. The fruit is now in ell stages of
development from blouuom to maturity.
Hftlrt  Mllltar-w ftnhof>lji In  Alhort-
Ottawa. Ont.���Provltdonal schools
of military instruction will ho nom at
CalRary for throo weeks, commencing
April 1, and at Edmonton commencing
April TZ.
A rt^tiu-ome Testimonial
Ottawa, Ontv���A handsome testimonial of their regard for Sir Wilfrid
Laurler was recently made by the
Liberals of the Yukon, on behalf of
whom Mr. Fred Congdou, ex-M. P.,
presented' Sir Wilfrid with an address
and gold desk sut in bohalf ol! his northern admirers. Tho articles are unique. There Is a paper cutter of solid
gold, with a northern scone worked
out In gold upon tho handle. A golden
Bun is shown rising behind hills of
gold, about the feet, of which spruce
Is growing and a silver river running
with mlnoriV cabins plantod along lt,
and a big moose coming down for a
drink. There 1a n gold Ink bottle and
tho address is contalnod In a moose
skin case which has pick, shovel aud
pan burned upon lt. From tlio pan
nuggets of real gold aro spilling.
Where Contractor* Keep Busy
, North BaUloford, flask.���Extonslvo
construction work ia now being booked for this city for tho coming aca*
son. I-nglnoors aro preparing piano
for the enlargement of tho municipal
tijijclrio light yluui. io lour tiinct. it-
present capacity. A hlghlovol bridge
in to bo built at a cost of four million
dollars to connect tho city with Its
neighbor, Battloford. Two wholosalo
fruit oompanl-s will Btart building
warehouses within tho noxt fow
weeks; and a*numbor of largo wholesale and rotalls stores aro bolng
planned for, lu addition to many pi-1*
vato residences.
Ovation to Shutiter
Londo��.~W.   Morgan  Shuater    received a remarkable ovution, and his
claim for Persian Independence was
entnuHlastluaiiiy cimored   at a    ban-
composed of membors of the T-Toiiho of
Commojis and otnor prominent men,
gavo In honor of tho American; ox-
treasuror-generai of Persia at Ktho
Gavoy Hotel.
Merchants are Aiready Applying
Lloyds for Insurance Against
New York.���A London cable to the
Journal bf Commbrce Bays: "DIbcub-
slons as to the probability of a general election this year continue active iu financial circles here. Mor-;
ohan/t8 are already applying for insurance ut Lloyd's against damage should
an election take place:. They aro
charged 35 guineas per cent,, which Is
almost prohibitive and Indicates that
the underwriters,dlslllu* aocfipllng the
rlslc notwithstanding that tho ministerial statements that an election is
Whether any definite appeal to tho
people will be .taken there can he no
question that parliament's sentiment
Is undergoing an active i-ead.|ustment
and that tho natural roactlon that has
boon confidently predicted against tho
socialistic tendency of the present
govornmont is already under way. Tho
high taxes are having their effect.
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To Protect Wlnt��r Wheat In the Edmonton Distrlot
Edmonton, Alta.���J. L. Porter,
whoso services havo been rotalnod by
tho Central Alborta Development
LoaBitb, for tho purpose of explaining
tho publicity exhibit,, thai, body will
send out ln tlio coming neason, Is
acquu.l��.i....g himself with all condl*
tlonn of climate and their effect on
mo crops, by driving uroiiuu. uie
(.oiimtry during the winter weather.
When asked if the biiow wan* not jko*
lug too rapidly' for the time of tho
year, ho replied that he thought thoro
would be more Bnow before tho final
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moisture, in anv ease, there Is ffninmr
to bo plenty of snow at present to
protect winter wheat from any frosts
which might como before the end of
Conditions     Under    Which.; .MancWu
;'-.-Peldiitwrr'-It'��� is understood that: in.-;
meaiateyabdictioh bf ihe throne; has
been; decided oh: as?a result bfy^the
cbsfererice between the Empress Dbw-
ager; Prince Chun, the ex-Regent?;arid?
Prince Ciiing; the ex-Premier, in abr
cordance with the .conditions., laid
db-tvri: by. tlie Republicans, namely that;
the; imperial family and princes are
to retain yveir empty titles, reside; In
P.bkin or elsewhere at their pleasure,
and receive an annual pension aggregating three million taels ($2,000,000)
and that the transference of power
will be effected with as little loss of
'   _**&***��� tJ L*-* ��<**W **����--r*����^       -������.      J.MW4V-M.V, .
The Empress Dowager has summoh-
eda cabinet to arrange the details of
abdlctlon. Premier Xu��n Shi Kal. In
a statement to the newspapers, ayerB
his readiness to accept almost any
solution which? will ensure peace. lie
"has. no fear- for tlie country's future,
he says, if tho settlement iu tha fr,ilt
of reason, truth and justl ���.:\-,.
Yuan Shi Kal further says that he
has no ambition to become the president of the new republic and only de-
aires' the establishment of a stable
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i4th.?ihelusiv-e5 ��*i��'
his'��� first  passovOr;;Out--we^ wili
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Kreuz Zeitung Makes a Bitter Attack
on Secretary of State Knox
Berldn.���The Kreuz Zeitung- couples
with n dispatch giving the substance
of the speeches of Secretary Knox and
tho German ambassador. Count. Von
Bornstorfr, at the National Press Club
in Washington, a half column attack
upon the secretary of state, as one
of tho. most bitter enemies or Goi--
many In the United States, as shown
la his recent attempt to Inaugurate
uU'U-Gormuu' .lurllf   lopilyuru."
"Those well Uitovmed oh German
conditions," says the paper, "assert
that. Mir. Knox Is chiefly'responsible
for tho anti-Gorman trend which Is
now nt-id then mnnlfbftt^d in the official  Amerloan  policy."
Tho .Kroutss Zoltung says that the
very mannor of taking up tho arbltra*
tion treaties IndlcntoH that ProHlelent
Taff- and f-locrft.nry Knox aro intor*
OBt'ed first and foromoHt, iu concluding tho French and British treailbn,
to hold as a club ovor Germany.
American comment, on tho vlult of tho
Dnlco of Connaught, U adds, ohowa
that American RtntrfMonen aro more Inclined to an alliance with Great Britain than to a frlondohlp with Germany.
immediate!^; on-: ;-.-Ta;^ertairiIti^>T|:;:^he
lo^'and'Xspent ?tfce4<>nigb^
away  can��������������� thiiik:"Mbw? they;c{f-ljt-'.-;'ana;^?.^^1
'tdlSed;: ��������� ��� Tlien; the ��� three" weary >dav# jx>tiyyyti��$i
ie&fclilng tor Him.-ri;;.tne>c^
hopelessness   and:���,heartaphe? at;thb;;? 'l ^^'i
close of each da^���^b cahnbtvbnt;vi/bh*
der if they prayed to Him who Is;per-?
feet hi Itnowledge; >jlio k>ioweth evep
our own thoughts  f Jbb xxxvl;. 4; Ps.,
exxxix, 1-4).  If^theykhew^ Him as they"
might have kn6Vn Him wo think they,
would have saidi '"Let\us-go Tight ta
the temple, for? we will surely find.:
Him. there,", ; Did He .not linplyi {that
when Be said to thein after they; did
find' Tlim in tlio tcnrrhlC:-;i��How?4s It
that ye sought. Ma?   Wist ye not that
T must be about  My Father's  bual*
hens?"   (Verse t49);( (Revised* version
and margin. "In My'Father's house,",.
or V'ln the things of My Father,','   He
certainly knew who He was. and we
are 'aot surprised, that the rabbis were
astonished at IJio understanding and
answers lis He sat in4holr midst, listening to them and asking thorn questions.    How He must, even  at that
age. havb bpened to them'tho Scrip*
tares.   Wo would like to know whoBS
.honiw vvii* honored with,Ills preseaco
and  who  was privileged to- cai-e for
Him those two or three days, but H
Is  moro  important  to  lay   to  heart
those first words of Ills as Son ol
Mary,   the   flral   recorded   words,   "I
must be ahout My Father's buHlnoBs."
If we are not, constantly in tho things
ot    uv Father we. are on, the side ol
the enemy, for it .must bo the world;,
or the Father, and thoy are opposed
tha ono to tho otlibv (I John 11. 15-17).
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Official Time of Mourning nt Ottnwa
Ottawa, our.,���uwmg to tne ttuath
of lh�� Duko of Fife, his excolleney
the govfrnor-^unoiul, and her hlnh-
11OH0, tho IJuchoKri of (kuiiuinglit, will
attend no public functloim for ono
month.    The  engagement    to    visit
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This for*��imln(ir hnllotln watt e-fven
out. at <.ovem��ii��im. liouno relative to
tho official period of mourning for
the Duko ot Fife, brother-in-law   of
ltU maj-aty, tli_ Mug.
^iilj-uu.'. Ujo "auppopltion", of, ,Tb$j5Pbr, , ^d
ul Mary (verso 44) with tho "moaty$yvJfa]
surely hollevcd" and  "certainty"    oi     >'\V,"A
chapter Ml, .4,.and lot.UB. bav��.apnc *"
with all supposition and "know" and
"befully persiihrtrtd'''<lt Tim.; tyi2).
Though thoy understood not .HI b $ny>
iupB, Mary kept them in* hor heart and
pondorod them. .<versos 10,������ BQ^-61 ).;'.������
.  ��� "   l'|4-4��. ''".."" ��� ��'4
Tha Manitoba Bonsplel. ;!
Tho twenty-fourth^ annual, b��*n��piel
of the Manitoba Curling A'_3oclatlow
will ho h��)d,vln .Wlnnlpoff.yfrom Fob*
iHiavy Uh to lOUt. TJio CSrirfdian Pac-"
lflq Rjitlway will sell tickets ffrpm
Porl.'Arthur. Sanlcatoon, Outlgok,
Moose Jaw, North Portal ana-ulKln-
tcrmcKllato station's at one way fjrsl
rljuui'-faro for the round trip from
February loth to 14th incHuilvo, cood
Jpr return until February L��_rid.   Full
UUlli JMUMtm lli|t>   ><���> "mi iiutu i��"J    W.*u-
udlun Pacific Ticket Agont.
y ���
���i fit
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y y-
RiJ.dU Ho��ttl- to United State*
St.   Iv��t��r_hui"K.������'The     NatlonalUtJ
have 'introduced m tho dnma ahlU
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of .Tmv'ifdi rlHrcnH of the United Rtinh-
ea. Tho bill also provide* for Mt'ln��
croano ln the goneral custom*, tariff,
with upeolal duties against Araorlcaii
.AfcOOJt*,        _ ,.
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B All   Cars    Fully .fcquippea,  V4T4.3/-S  1  l-nfxnmivxr^f-rl  *���������4* nvfcj via j^_-jw/^-^jo.  ;���������-<  [���������'$. ������������������'  A'  ,-T'," ���������  \:.w-  '.-������-.������������������  i ���������' v(  y  Ford ModeS T Consasercla! Roadster  (Fumble Seat Is R-moveable)  8-Pawengsr���������40yliader ��������� 20 Horsepower Oar. Frioe $925 includes top, ante-  ��������� 4.*_       ������,   .     .'        - -uJ���������.^V���������I^S.���������1.3 4444A4kAnmaf01*  two 6-inoh gas lamps, generator, three  oillssips, hsrsssssl. tools���������f.o.b. Orestes. No Ford Gars sold unequipped.  4   1,    _  toe  1 x������i  ���������"5S������  gfcv  The beauty of purchasing  a Ford, .aside from the high  statidard of excellence ia  thai Vanadtuna steel marvel  is that it comes * 'fully eq niftpedJ 5  hg\m       volt     -,<4\?*������     crofr    +Viarsi   *'     t-tAVrt  president I).  M,    Fredorikson of  the   ^  Scandinavian Canadian I*and company of Chicago.     This    company has  recently located not   tower than 500  -        4 ,1       ���������  iiKcgtiiy ^,i   it's WOrkmaiiSuip ai'e  mi  >-���������> ' fjiiliiliOS   of   oCauQiuHfluuB   lit   i,n���������>  i������3  may be depended upon.  The honesty ot the Carap-^  ���������  ,^"4l         4-        .           11,1     4.   i4.   44          ...._.4~.4 444.~            5gTggll\/in  4.J-*  *  A        ,4. 4^,VV444 44Q 4 A ��������� 4-  *.������.��������� -W ���������4 ^\jj,7  *-��������� ir*������r*     *.������c _'���������������-_���������-_-��������� _Tw  X1K_������    WMW.U      *^j  ���������AM  jlu-   *r  nora district.     The company's   plan  is to interest large and smaii farm-  era and locate thorn ln the spring upon land  whpre improvements arc already under way, thus enahling them  'o harvest crop3 the first year. "By  Mils plan" says Mr. Prederikson, "no  ������������������mittor -whethpi* they locate in town  or eovntry, it. heromirs  r question of  ������������m������r whfn  thev  will  he     well-to-do.  "������hov cpn't     hpln Tnit mnl.o monev."  *-fr.  Fredertkson  als>o     instances ono  Tnwa fnrmor who ren?nMv T>ecame interested in Keuoro lrnds, and who if*  I :���������*.������ 3. A &f->Ez������=. R& **?������  ���������'^s-���������^5*<������3*������i=' *c=**<=������*<=> *<  _8*  <��������� i  .. 9.  I ���������; ji-73 :      = :���������-  | Billiards and Fool   j Hot or Cold Baths  I j&j&jn   Hooin   s^vS^s^    I        4 At Any Hour '  LI4I&       D4A"  ogrlopd* o* St1'", horfo?, tra������tion e������i-  "incs    and     general  supplies.   As it  \  %  % Cigars and Cigarettes  >  ..... .'   Razors  Ground and Set  tn  I %������  Ford Model T Torpedo Runabout  S-Pa-sseugor���������4 Gy'iudwr���������30 HorsepoA'er  CsurPri06 ���������?935i>t''.li-idBi������ con antiniifUio. l>ras<*  -windshield, .speedometei-, two o-uiuii gas  lamps, generator, three o:l lamps, horn  and t ols���������f.o,b. Cresron, KoPordCars  sold  12j.t?oi3.i:r*,^d  h^pl'vuH,  t,uc r.i;m j--* M, vTcVtutiii, 3i40~������- I j^^*\jf\j\^f\^\imvmrynrfvrFtr������ri*~irv'iJr-^i'ir" *-*T*ir1i**,>r'iiir'iirii'~,������',������*>i*''jat  Jng that  all      is- not   Scandinavians (          b  ov������n with a company dealing in that  specialty.  Mmm.me>.  IS 53 5     >  ������Z75o *<> tS'OQOy  We are also agents for Qlds-  niobile Gars/���������   and r>   r-_-iinfi-.r  $4,206 to $7200, Oakland Cars  Flaaders Motorcycles, $240 up, Mclnty re Trucks $2000 up.  S'mXs: *s&& ���������  g������WpyF&������&B*  PROFBSSIONALS  A. R. LUKDGREN, M. D.  Physician and Surgeon  ZIEGLER   BLOCK,       SPOKANE.  DENTISTRY  IT. E. HALL D. D. S*  Offloa   orer Frank Porks Hardware  HS������e������--.Bftker Street.  #  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -       -  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, CE.  8 O. Land Survmtob and Architect  %-f_ff_lll_V  TH������    RELIABLE  BLACKSMITH  Has opened up again at the  old stand, near the Mercantile Store.  WEDNESDAY, FSB. 1*. 1972  ���������;     ���������'.���������" *  Promoters. Messrs .Case & Crompton  -  RL������FrRE&HMBf\fT&   F"RE E  B. JS.%**������ ft* _-.     V������, _^ ^^������      V      a   mu  mm*>     ^mn*r^* mm- .   mm *   w>������  ������������     -m*- g  &  its 'St'fri'er  Li K*>%*&  tfj?f������>fif*f and Shan't? ^Hi*^^s  _ifla Shrnh  Work arnH Horse  PlanB and Speoifloations  C^ANBROOK,  B, C.  QUY   LOWENBERG  OONSUIiTIKa Khoimbbb  GE1STON      -       -      B.C.  -"'.���������������������������I'      ...   -    , ' -  OKELL, YOUNG & co.  w IS-J-iw- X WAN  i  JRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  ITetiit Lands, Town Property nnd Insurance  CRESTON  B.C.  SUmI Ketat- and itoflnranoo.  HOU8K8 TO BENT  CJiESTOH     -  B.C.  MADAM LAVAL'S  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  A. nniXAMXAZ BROU1UATOK  These Pills nro compouiuled with tho Rrontcst  CW������ from the mont reliable remedies known to  scl-nee; ouch nn nro helncr wsotl with much oucccda  by tho most celebrated physicians known,  The? aro n apocllic lor tho dlstrensinir dlsortleri,  to vrlilch tho Icmnlo constilutiun Ih llahlu.  Price fQ a bnx. Xfo. S (much ntronrcor), $<\ u  box. bold ut nil drni! btor-ii, or by mull hum X'-no  jLtuw^l WfUK Co., St. Catharines, Out.  Fclcru VMtlm  ZM .Coitirdtf*  For tlie building of your New  House, Store. Ofuce, workshop  or other building, write or call  on tiuv Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  n_WBj-nfm_������  Rep airs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and eiitiufnction  guarntiteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  SYNOPSIS Ol'1 CANADIAN UORTH-  WEST  MINING REGULATIONS  COAlj.-Coal mining rlglns may bo leased  o r twenty-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of������l an aero. Not more than 2.5G0 acres; can be leased to ono applicant. Royalty,  !lve cents per Ion, In unsurveyed territory  the tract must be stoked.-, out'by the applicant in person, and personal application to  tlio Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  tor the district mmttin all cases.bo made and  tlie rental for tin- ilrett year must be paid t->  tho agent within thirty days after filing  application  ClOAltTZ���������a person eighteen years of age  and oi'or, having made a discovery  may locate a claim 1.600  feet by 1,500.      Kpc, 85,   A  I least 3100 must be expended on tbe claim  ��������� ..-���������   4,        . ....        *������rT.,4....      44r....4,^flH  t-.44T4:il   ^yi.'!...     V,t 1411.14a       1,4,     IHIQ      4,41111,,^      L4MV..4 444.4 .  When $r>00,0 bus boon expended or paid and  other requirements compiled with, the claim  may be puroliusod at $1 an acre.  VLACKu MINING CLAIMS are 601) lent  long and from 1,000 to 2,000 feet wide. Kntry  fee Sa. Not. less than S100 must bo expended  in developoment work each year.  imitiHUlNG.���������Two leases ot live mtles each  of a river muy bo liisuod to one applicant for  ii term ot i!0 yearn, ttoiitol, ftio a mllo per au-  eum. Hoyalty, iy, porcout after tho output,  xooods iUo ,ooo.  W.W. COKY  Deputy Mlnlatur of tho Interior  Budded Stock a speciality  ^  All trees offered for sale,   are grown 3t_   Ou  <$> own NuBseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate  ������ -V.- D. Curry, QenoAgt, Vernon, vm  ^Ej "*  ���������       -     -.-,.' ^^r    i\\Vm\\\\\  ess'  mmus  ORGHARDfSTS!  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.  m      ��������� ALDERQROVE,   B.C.  Home-Qrown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  FOR   rULL PARTICULARS  WlMTK��������� Oh Hhk -  KIOUAHD MH.10MU. 1AH. dOMPTON,  Connrnl MannfC'r, I.oral A^i'tit,  ^i-iUUi'^tUVV, iJ.C, 1.^1 Ittl nil, i>A.  WL 1R.J3eatt������  CRANBFIOOK  - I  Th_  Funeral Director f  i. iii-mKini'iminiwiamtm-,  oi iffliiMimW������mT*y  SliovvliiK nil tlio Very Lal.rst  I'^lhIuoiih in l.iulic.s' UlllH,  'I'rinitnin^H, l'1low.,rs, llllilions.  Wu linvn iiJkii n Inrnu .'lock ul*  IMiilili'cn'H \Vr������*nf kij.*- Ap|������ai(!l,  I'or this Kail itlitl WIhIci .hjimiiih  mktm*w*mm*mm  I  _j!i mrs,  I I tmmmm*mi>immmm*m  SET  The R^  Comprising t20 Acres ORANDFORKS, B. C.  Wo l-tirn that the unscrupulous ageut of nnd -irresponsiWo nursery company  has olronlated the report through tho Kootenoys thot bis firm supplied us  \ylth a large number of fruit trees last yoiu-. We% wish to eay that thera in  absolutely no truth in hia atatemeut and \vo strictly 'ftn'anvi_tee' to those placing orders-with us for uuvBerv stock that they will receive, none but fruit  trees grown at our own nurseries at Grand Forks, B. O.  All tmrfrnlt treem nre of our uwn growing and wo nifor $500  reward to  anyone who'onnprovo to the opntrttry..'.   Sept, 6, 191,1. '  3Tor OntuloKue and Price,list, write to-��������� ���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent.������������������Creston, B. ;C.  __-fM-������>���������-���������i ������l*-������l  fffiJKL-i  SRRAY RUMRS -m SRR^ityM  MATERIALS  ���������������������������;  @  wsKEssmx^m  We have'a stock of New Spray - Puiiipg  These are all. Brass which wilt not  corrode,  Oar large size Pumps are fittedf <with a six-  foot brass lined bamboo rod,  $ ������*������m*r%    mr������fim*f0    ^mnffiunffftiviise ^tfaBHRitllftolim  tumumitiiui 'Bjr     ���������������������**. uk������r      ^tenf *������minigwru tummum       ������*r ���������mmm %m*~ mmm w ���������- ������*  aHK-m-MMMH-taMi  m\-m*m*+������������������*���������%**  \'\.   YlHJlNil I  ������^NWM__-M������MWIIM^ I  Creston Mercantile Comoanv. Ltd.  i  ������,,"w-t-������vn*R.*-.!:'^:::  '.)/  ;.^,J....*4,;v^4V.U4.-'n ' .4.4i..u?.*l.;t!*...-, --,. J-t'.,.-4.-4^'j.i4w..(.  ,������4WI. 4t,4i'4,4.|.4W4,44n4*4i4||4^.l4|������4,4^4y4^|)i!^^i4^|,^.^  i���������' . 4.4. . #,Vm������r.44������..4..', ...*  mmmmmmmmtam  j.ittmtmmm'atwnmtnrinwnttii  ���������--.(.���������,i������������WW<4MW.--ilii  ���������M-ua  ^mm*mMi-utATtnnttWTZm  W4__iL-u������n������4-,]i-iniiii iiiiminiiwiiiMir     ���������


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