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 i.a^i-iil i.HANir  ������   .-i������4>_r*- ��������� ������  a bbb   sa  Ml;,  liLIftKiT-Tij  _.������  tS?*  _f*^i^w>itl  Sooub ia soeh ciimat-'s sash- dietine-ioa  la  as comDared so Out c2nu5$- hero,  is o������ another sn__i__ entirely.  A careful defini tion of a coost climate  ia pot .necessary in this, discussion; ex-  e*r*������ to introduce 1- as seqnir-d. Such ft  plan him i������- In-fil ������* brevity, SSd it al-  lows that tha reader already know, the  rn&ia ^rinciplsa* Around ihe entire  earth in the northern hemisphere, the  general movement of the atmosphere is  tmtw&xa, or nort-tesstward. Air or  wind .torn any direction, bat west or  southwest if due to local or r-adtionasy  mmvttmmm    mrn^A mffmntm t)i������ aUnnSI&fiM ������t AO  great altituso. Accordingly, frota. -fee  top of the Oa-c&des to the Rookies a  deep, study aerial river flows and flow -  ed before there were either forests or  Barings. This wind passed over' Borne  7000 miles of Pacific Ocean, unsw-rved  by so much as a tree- sxpandiag and absorbing water, some molecular to ie  ���������condens-d^and precipitated at first contact with the shore, bat Beany -isnes as  much vaporous, to remain in the stream  _   ._    _��������� _._     ... n>4-ii innnAASAd ont -������cover the J&oekies  _.��������������� tne e������__sor _- _.������������ vwreo-v-M *s^t.w������t ��������� ��������� ���������- ���������.���������*     ���������   ���������������  fAtmosoheric    Conditions   ,��������� _    m  Would Be Bettg?  Without Floods  Pyof. W. S������ Walker of JBonnera Fesr-  *y, boa written The Review a snoat  Slntereationg   treatise on the   reBulte  hich may be expected in tikis Valley  [<������ the lowlands are reclaimed and has  eluded In ������fe much that is worih con-  idecing in the future development of  ihe .section.   He goes into general con-  Editions along new lines and hia leiter  ob follows}  11?^ ���������    flllLtUHLmmm  -Bf ,  ljrrXIIMririiJ an  JV  .IS  nrf-ii) t>������  ��������� to^^j^_  BfefcHI HiRfeU        i SAB  ��������� i  District  3hou_d BssaaWstJQId Country Paper Oiv@  .  Protection For ft*  . ;(       V������II������y Weil De������������  and canlses1 so ocausca in our orchards 10l|||]|l||r fi \jf "  f|f  jLUfO  at home, for the Provincial gbv-draseBt | B^| |f|-B������fiS       f| Sr  sends waiable men to lecture and dem- JVWW581 & &  ^Mf.^���������-A.*.      _.������4*4-    4*4.    4_tM-44*. 44*4.4 ������44>������.rf4*4V h^OB       I  Duiuais uun  vv |������iwii   ������ju><������    sAwn    v*v4.4v, j  and to keep _hes& clean.   Cssstas sp, ������  pies hawe.oecome so xamons that in the i  Spoksns (Weshington, tt s. a,j Apple i  Shc7 in 2908. cat of fourteen exhibits  they took nine special prizesin competi-  ������  iH-lBg������iB  A fl 22i������S������. _ W-B  s3SS������������S  ������  4>i/%������*   ������������,������44.m    ������b������a   4444S4.44.444ta4    &**mZ&    nvsvssizxa  44W.44^4 4444   m..  GOMMiTTEE     MEETS  --������������������-VHJ  fgiire  ������_i<������iiE_4i������;  I  ������.4-������f/������<f    RAAat  ������3s������:-~  I  Al���������.44.    ���������. ������������������    4444^444������4.V  _UUU$ tUf ������__4>m������  sat visit fee yo������r oi^, ssy'    Buy���������   ������nA  EV4T4* ,T  ., *. m rr.i.mJ'i.t   AU������tr contains water; and so long bb  line, hastrsaneasy .***--*--4. _c sssses . ������  ^marks^feV Mr.  I-d^and^. at thr>atmosphere������ m oont^t W.th the  ���������������������^*-    7      _ >1 earth, with its three times as much tl'a-  -  .             1-   %#- ,i-r������i_rH������*������.ti. <������ I ter surface aa land surface, it ia impos*  im&nui-atlQtt  by Mr.'-a-o-irrtrie in "^^      ^     ^ ^* ^, ^^  he p?il>ilaOpinion column of yorn^ic--:-  ������*l: .ssd I -fciak i- ^e=ld bo only jtutiot.  those gentlemen and the people whose  ilaiona they voic-a Sn iheir.semaris.te  ,e a formal answer to the argriinents  Gam'a W������s?������n ^awe������ Bates h_w^-������_ I   ^Jader She aesaiag of ^Fertile Vail������?0  commenAed'-& the Victori������_wt_io^l������^r^,I^ Yegetabloi in the Creston  that a game wwdsa hs appointed ^iP-st-iefe She Finest la ^f O/' a Setter  the C|reston district ftt tbe e^U*ifcf������-*-- e_ ft column in length ������8tpeared in the  eible moment*. Ho paid a visit to S-sifM tCSanadtan Mail, the Z4omlon publication  Action soma titan sao and ������.vhi!eNhsr������*i������a Jannary 20.  tried to get tbo people iat_r-__t^* *&������ *taa letter waa signed with' initials  asking for a warden for the district?.- t������*B. J. D,������*  and is  one of   the best  Mr, Batesdeclsrsd that a g^jae,^ftr-| .^boosts"that Oreston hasg ������.on thtongh  den is most necessary in tbe tJ^altm^he columns of a newspapet of the Oid  district at this time bocatt^e   th* Xa^iOoaa-ry in s long while, She, Canadian  ili������HSwra ^-IsovO-- t<Jo^4is*;fe^K5^if^*iihssBiasgSQ^������Q������4fes. atnong tlie  i of aeeapn.    Hift   siso says van- tiae j^anniog .seotiOns of tbe uid uonnuy oe  -*������������*>      1 frai_e civuksub ui wc eevvn/u ������**-o uw ���������_��������� tnjBva. i������ uotoc-b xoncn   w_ _-_ np-w   ������*������  4A*4^44��������� 444444 4A44 4444J444  population has grown  wonderfully cf  lately conseqneatijr a good  deal more  trees have been planted cf late years  than fermerlv and in 1910 there was asR  ] high aa fifty thousand planted in the i  1 OrPBton Districh .Another asset is thef  j large fires track of grazing land, gener* |  aiiy known aa -The Fiata."   This land |  ia covered with water for about six  weeks in the spring by the Kootenay  river overflowing, but at other times it,  is an  ezosilent meadow for' cattle as  affording abundant hay or _laa grass  for wiates us?* ������sd ������ss d&iry farm doss  good (business by supplying milk to ihe  towns s^ong the pass.   The scenery is  delightful, and to anyone who loves the  rod and gun, the aeighberso-4 U a pa-1-  ^^ 0������rcm waa  sdise fer,be������s, <5aribon, mountain goat,  ~-f-~>Z- i"*1* ���������<* ������_.���������I,- ������***���������    mmm m\\   tn    !y������  O���������VWAA     iW41*������    tm****.    4444#������44*4#    <4A4r4#4< 444V    4��������� ��������� 4- _    ,  f mud. to say nothing of the ptarmigan  and grouse, whue the nam ^pennd wlsu  mallard, geese, teal and. snipe,  and all  -JPI&S^  No Deeisios &km&% i������si*lat-  an    _ _a   ��������� pgnw  fields Meetiss-f  A committee of the Board of Trade  is taking up the matter of a subway^  under the C. P. R. tracks with tbe  proper officials and in a few weeks the  question should be decided in oneway  or another. The committee watt appointed at a meeting of "the Board of  Trade last Tuesday evening and met  with W. J. ITren, Local Superintendent Wednesday. The meeting with,  informal and no real  decision-was made in the" matter.   A  4 /A^J  -^���������_������-->->������>-. ~.G _-__.������. "S_PA4M.__Ja .rfvsr  *������+*%**rat*  thoy sdvaaes  respectful of ihe laws as they ehottldf jailing oi |be way, 0f doing things in  be. _ .| this eonatry and ao a sesuis the pu_-I' I tum ot^ka,whioh empty into the Koote  Wsl_t������  nlAteHet 9c*niitx-_l       "*   fcitv should iutva'   ft gnnrf   effect!    Thej___ -*-E:. ~hss**d ������?i^h   *������������*���������*    I aniur  will probably be called in..-, short while  to hear the report of whe committee  which was composed of Guy Jdowea-  bergj S= A. Speerss   G. A. M.  Toung  Creston at present is an nnorganiased  .I!-*......*.    ���������~4������       -.- -���������       444444U4M-        4VU ������  1������4M44 j.4 4,4   sible, except by a chemical *ud mechan  ical process, with a very iimited quantity  of air to get all the water   ont of it,  JSv.en then it is like thp vacuum you  ubiuk you have made in the ^a-ome^er. j^^^^^^^,^ ^ a gama      You are a iutie skepcical. and uiiow &_ j g^veral times and believes that if th-������n-ving kso*_   tSiat yars,  much mora lax than if a reguliriy at**--  pointed game warden were stationed  here,   Mr.   Bate*   ham reconkubett-hsd  letter is as follows;  -    *.    , 4  ". 4  ������������������B^.D.'s"'' Pplsioa <3f cs-astoa  4 , .       '  !  To the Editor of The Canadian Mail.   s DKjmSm,���������Havingii-_9t8������tTUT^frota  watdeniCtoada for the winters hoUtiz^, and  say in  conclusion that there are ohurolt-e j  - 44 * --B  os vftnous senomisations, teres soaooift  a newspaper, telephone system, fruit  growers' as-sociation and farmers' insti-  te,' sad  ���������J& f%   -\r    r������   A petition was directed to he sent  tp Captain 0'ore1 w^oh,as charge of the  steamers plying on the'lakes asking,  that the next steamer put into co-n_ms- '"  ���������M  in short, everything beta ^��������� ������,, ^^.^^ At4_ ^ =.   T������m  Who uuicu -Hue vi^f-U''  a very attenuatea balance   of air ^^|ceSidents would ask for such an ������p-f pleased to get reliable, &rsS Ij^adSaffe-  On the oocasion of my visi. to Creston j p-egent. Go to; the east side X>i tp? higtv* j oointmenS ������t shis time they Would get 1 ta&ticn for publication in your vsunawe  y, and   ^^^ R ^ajj gtmpt to start fruit farm-j  supposed that the courtesies' of th**  sioa and th������^ linsiktlons of   time  da it improper to enter into any osm-  oversy upon my subisot, esgeesaily t������P-  js������" ths mai~ reason ^ fa* our visit,  since  we conceded that tlie citisena ofX%*i-ton  estridReof the Kockies where the air  .ass cleared of its last crystal ~6f snow  a. hygrometric test will show-snoistxi-t;  in- the air.   A. the nastfe _juom6_its a,' Wv-  mszi s^Srssicn is tskiss in. ������ wsll dr5'������������  Tdtv  _MW      ���������-*     =������--W-������ ������^t _ ������    ,J*.P ^f ���������"  Edmuudson and those whom be xepr*  the appointment of such acelflcer.       1 feaper, I shall be pleased fo ������������ttv ���������<>������   ���������  ^amein the Creston a-striet is e|O?i������*W0 v* ������������������*��������������������� <*������ .������������������.���������������.- js������������,4������-  peei_--yiAim-i4M^^^ frnife Rsowiag tifetrist of/Briti^s  ks woaid ������ivs to tatts^better ������se ������f iff Cofcuabia,   In my opinic-t. the ���������fe������9*������������  ��������� aii-rict. which includes BsicSsos^ Css>  -_-__    -_    1.^4 ��������� JJ _4.~*  <���������>��������� B  ���������44W4, t4d49IM.f  ���������rc -r. ��������� Ac u-nevtu' u U4vwwui{fm> ������#y ������%>.4���������a ������-4.���������~ . ~-- ���������-- ^     ���������������������������������������������  iaa_idry-_?om a clothss line.   Sh& sajw, ^ ^saaqttftjrterB poo far-aaray, frotnly-i-O^andDock Otsok/is tbe ^  finest  ������3Waiiandev6-|?������������������&,_r w.e^^06--^dSSf".*???������&<M* ^U^e*^t^^ag^w^fosrieffi^  J*^h_y|i&os^w=4l4*������o.       -v "s^. A/TSTr. L_^-. ^^-;���������si���������^T.t-r���������'.i^' m^-. .-;V;   ������. ...... .._ ^__v������- ,  On   Social   Mission  Recommend Road Change  Jiftu  a a Aim  Sll  ���������    ������������������_XL=__  LO."  ������_bRrt  Twia^two,  The ice crystals performed a mechaniesi |^n?ij'i| __ai trip 10 ,Crestan be t������������ind-  ������u*   well   a������   lavafdrv nrocess  on the lr^Co������.������ -������* -aA������a������Jf ������<_������������. ru>,>.<r vjUmS hv  _ -        ���������       --  IT,.* =-. ���������  clothes.   Water is the aaost powerful  ,4 - 1       ��������� _  natural explosive in the: universe, either  kite India-is and'a few by the .whites.  He had no way^ of.,Uiiing whether  ,-.������������.i������.;-v> ������. -*������_ *������������t>i wvp������ **_y������. ,1*isw-*������q*}iy "*  -ertaiuly cannot be beaton any^&et^  (Tuis*Sor firSaaa-fcnrn and." faa-onah- nn in  Devonshire to say is a good deal.)   The  -..--.A  Jack.. Smith hafi ar narrow esaape  this week   wh&n   a twenty-two long  .pplea^rown thero" a-^the fiftes^lhav������! ��������������������������������������������� *������* ������^in fei������ ������5* felo^iaS  A petition was also sent to the goy-  ernmens aatnoritles asking chat. The  .routing of the Canadian Highway  be*  Ca4u3.ng.Su. uusu tus SUsSiSitt fcCfeeek pls#S "  route to the route leading to the lake.  This change was aslsedifor because ui  M^ng,, MP^Uheg,raat4!epm.o&4sov4-v?i&ss& prsiti-  caUy makea SuHisut^.fJreek ^nassinfr'  ~ pw������EsH=r foir si-tsSu-piacr. to nine maaens  in the year. ...  I r  Paiiisfe saline, with ether Boards of  Trade in  British Columbia, the local -  ^y-ojr*.  4^'  -- V  i  .~--4 4~4^.i4J ^ri.n fmtml. m   #->������   iiianai. nruw ~  aentednresp-etfulan-wer as ottre.nUyi'������ ��������������� ������* t*por.   H.raswmuw  ������_vpyWere   bu������s������o_4t������_5s^ vs, w ,. , -___���������,       , o(%iiii... ff   ..   - Y���������iin- Smith  ^ -F , iiceis.itis8tilisubi-ot to a degree ol L^ *,**[carAully secreted, fle even   ,turn those grown in the United States | ������eratclupg _h������J^_Jf^.J^  ..4      4..       . ^, ��������� . _.���������������.   '..   body voted $5 to be expended, upon  thefeow-1 to-pieces and yet not even >  ,. ^^ ������������������������"*���������*  1 ^_*.i ������.S_        A��������� __ 4*A.4MM C������444������.E4    4S    f������������������ - ��������� ���������     ��������� ���������    ���������  ��������� ��������� _���������  r���������_- .     ������������������w��������� 4*������������������  as X shall b- able to dc. I asa not a mem* I  hi* of the olun in Bonnera i^erry; and I j abscrprft!  |Vn with them only* topon their unaroi-  Sno������g invitation, as X suppose, to be aui-  l^iasy t������ the social motive of their visit.  I naturally felt that it, would .not be  Stood fossa to bo drawn into any -twitrc-  ���������varsy. X hope this prelimihary is sufil-  otent.  As I understand it,  the object of this  In round numbers the altitude of the  Kootenay valley is 1760 feet, just one-  third of a mile above sea level, where  water boils at 213������ F. The bottom of  our climate here is above the top oi  that in the Mississippi valley. In Illinois  1200 feat lower 4han Ctesfcon, copious  rains, oppressive heat and moisture, the  id_fil broediug medium of disease gernai  -oand _ome of the hides being .tanped-  but wm unable to fasten tbo guilt of  lulling on any special Indian in  the  Sows? the water of the lake would b*  nuiost to all landholders on its sho-ros  Mean loyr water leaves ac-rfcum nmqunt  at ���������.bptww./.'.lim^^P^^'^ipK'.^' **  60tU-.ewopflyttcMDdiiig.pue or mot* amn-  ^ers'.w.wVl'ffto^f waVin/;flrai, aud Mye  definite and dependable water bound*  whioh would be a better -ouroe of evaporation tbah the cold flood of ���������fo������y  Jouc?;'.Cold,w-*-������*.' W that frpm melting snow, ioaraely evaporate*, ->������* -������  rathsr inoliuod %q condense at obntaot  \rltli any wa-mer medium.  Du</ To  Fortlgn  Causes  The clUuute of tlio Kootenay vollsy i>  ' d������i- Woof tain oajnses, not t of whiob  opsrab R* ������0������������e dkta������**������ from the y'aU  l������y itself. Tho itxfluence of the ooem  some three hundred or more mlk_ awa.  U an important factor to modorate al  ettr������^ios������ either iu winter or summer.  Of this influonoe the bygrometrio Is thi  movement is to prevent the annual  flooding of thelowlandsalong the Koote* ^ddeu ������<"*lu8. ������"eu ^r8l������* on ���������������������  .-     |flo������t-h.������   frnnt    ovnlmifii,   droughts and  nay; not to arsuu *ne vaii-y, uu. w ������_-j  wer the waters of the lake.   To raise or Poodle insect pests are the potentials of  that 1800 feet.   Intense local hoat, under the preBBure of a whole atmosphsro,  oiinus on^y about .500 feet, produces ?������*y-  olones; whilo an almost homegeuious  atuioBphoce of muck ������r_ator dopth, In  whioh stagnation is impossible ohornc-  terisos tl is oountry,   This, atmosphere  is   calm   and   even,    and   its mols*  ttirfl varies but little   at   all times.  Che uultB of heat ln it aro dispersed  with a uniformity seen only in a coosf  vvindlast forced aloft by a mountain  range of. moderate  elevation; and its  colony on the flats.  The killing of game has been espec  lally frequent in the district between  Canyon City and Kitchens* and Mr,  Bates wants to warn those interested  of the law, in the cape.. His. district  however is too large for effective work  and he says that the only possible way  to protect the game hero is to have a  game warden appointed, t  UMrUftWM-fM^  sed fea feo quantity the trees Iu������79 to b*3  -roped up ail around to keep the liipbB  from breaking off.   I have seen them  sold on  the ground  for $2.75 a box  Pears and peaobas grow splendidly as  ���������v-U.ferat the ranches seem to go inmqs'-  lyfor apples.   It  ia a great place for  strawberries.too, in the spring and Wig-  en's ranch at Duck Creek   is always  amongst the first to send a quantity of  this much lovad ftmttU fruit along the  Crow's Nest Pass/where Creston Strawberries are eagerly looked forward* to.  strawberries shipped at noon arrive in  o-al mining towns aud patfc of tha prairie* country the nam* day.. Its proximity  asked Clarence Pease for a pipeful of  tobacco .and the latter having some  loose in Jhis pocket took Smith's pipe  ank dipped it into th������ "fine cut'%  Pease forgot that ho had bfeen carrying some cartridges in the same pocket with the tobacco and lie only remembered it when Smith's pipe suddenly ^exploded, Tho cartridge shot  past Smith's ear but did not harm him.  Honkt Honk! Here comes  Mayor  Fred hOJtio.^   The^^Mayor^h^ ^j^th^Crow's Iftst miningdlstelot, aiiii  to tfce great aud constantly expanding  Ui-estonite to ownanaiitbiittobile. The  nwchine is^not hsi-e aa yet but it is  coiaiiig, ...Itt.v'-tbo.. coarse'ht a snonth  Diokpevan will be out -bowing the  Mayor hqw to work tlie cluteh; keep  out of the way of passing telepihone  poles, etc., etc. "  ���������Experlencbd Teacher    baa  tieo-,  anltsof moisture were conserved by Jul^edtOBtart a prtvatd day school in  inltiel velocity against the ���������i������^Jtt������^:^^  ot its first impact with tho land  .   Can Orow  Hard  Woada  I will do��������� this pap-r by montbn of  uv own small oxperionoo nnd work hsre  I think I sow n cntalpa tree at Creston.  and I Haw hnxolnut buohos along tho  rivsr*   Somo ten years ago, I did the  Rev. Sarkissian went to Rosalaudlosi  .Friday J and returned Tuesday. Rev,  Brown of Moyio filled the pulpit in the  Presbyterian ohurch last Sunday in his  absence..  will be added to the already largo collection of the Canadian Highway * Association.   This exhibit ie taken, from  4 ^  piece to place by the Association and  is of the greatest advertising value,  Views of roads are generally interesting to the public at large because of  the wideapx-ead agitation for hettee  highways.  FORGOnEN SOMETHING?  -������>*-i---w---i������i--------i  i  The Review Will Take Over Subscription Ll5t  markot ofthe prairie, ensuteo an everj   Mr. Wilder* who has Iwen in Oregon!   The Editor of The Oraston Beview,  gt������wi������g field for the sale of the products I ths past week returned to Ow������ston Tues-  Sir,  antend.   Tftrms aiid lull prrtlfluloio on  application at Review Offlco.  |Ut#sUl������M--*l  't  of its orchards and market gardens. I  have s*������n apples weighing from, 18 to 20  oss., onions v/elghlng a ooupl* of lbs.,  and twopvtmpkins weighing 76 lbs. each  (for I put Ihem on the scale at the- ita-  tlon mysulf, while helping my old friend  Joe. Grafton to load thorn on the. train.  Tha cabbagw grow so lai-gs that two of  Ihcm 'are a usokiull, Potatoes do wx*  oesdlngly well here, too, producing ^froui  lix to ten tons to tho noro, and they sell  day.  Tho Knights of Pythias held their  annua. At Home last Friday. evening  and it! was .he biggest social event of  the season, Over 160 people were pre- bMngf  pent and tho evening of whist and  danoipg was most enjoyable.  The reports of the' delegation to Vltt-  torla must bo a matter of gratlfloatioit  to all those who attended Jthe initial  meeting, aud wei-o hiatruniontol in  appointing tho delegation,  Butsnrely we have forgotten some*  ���������'v-.^.V..  ���������yy  ���������ym  ���������Piano for ISale���������Nearly new, good  J, B. Morgan oi P-achlfina, B,   0������ [for anything Atom $86 to f4^6 per ton, j bargain for quick sale.   Apply at Tho  Th.r������ is no dlfHoulty of disposing of]Review.  themeUhor, for 1 have ksown the large  main item? and the fact that it oter* I hotany of thit district as far south aa  bwaif'VA' i���������*} -.sesti-cer. of niolRtBre, c< \ Mnlian, Idaho and to B mner's Forry on  fur as alaioai to disponse with  thorn.  has moved to Crasten.     ",        <  Mr, MoMrun, who riweatly purcbaood  tha WUler place expects to leave Moh*  day for the east to ship hia honsahold  t*o>v\n to Oreston pn*pi_MUnry to making  his fu-ura horns hsrs.  >������,  CflllHfora cjiwfnl investigation ot tin-  ci<������M.i������������'������-- ;������'tl;,.t<.:it,.������'-,'A ������������������.^."yy hi..'.' 1C.;..  l.Oltl \VllO"1 ���������'lj<1 -.���������������������������"f'l'.'i 10   ^U(li.l'ltlr.h l<  bat a foj*v P^utP above or below satuw  tion ^ilh' moisture; or the middle Or  '..������a���������t-_-4/'i-iw-fti':.'*>'' *ho. i-Tnit������A Stateti,  whore'   Vocal' evaporation  wreathes a  _������������������>���������* ��������� ������!��������� ���������'<������������������'    . v tb   '-'uiii'a'iiit ������ilm'������f  ���������''.���������-. ���������������''������,  ���������        >M   t k������  ���������   ,.... ,. ������������������     .     : m, t.  In tn* uiam' oy -ooai oiquimm,   au suon h  tho north.   I did not cxpsot to see ������n h  trons growing nt this a'tltude.   I m\w  e wild rose, our Civator's gontto hint     The teachers training class of the  ���������vt   rtpplcR, -pnioHw,   p-'arn, pfuncH  Motbodht chiirch held, tholr roRUlar  plums,   Btrawborrlos,   rnspberrles ami mooting at the church Tuesday  even-  ov������ry one of thi* rofie fnn.U.r would flour-' iijtf^ ",  storea itt tbw_i������������; ou the prow's Nest  Pass to arronge to buy the ovop bofo^e  they are grown; X was -urprlted to s������s  suoh a crop of tOBSiuoes when I vlnlud  Tki social doings of the coming w<*k  will bs started off with the impromptu  danos and oonosrt in Msroantlle Hall  Monday evening.   Tha Christ ohuvoh  the ranoli of Mr. A, Lludloy, foi*: thay,Ua^ M0 p^tioing daily and should  wan aa thick above ground as potatoes \^ ^ in store for thslr nudUmce,  are underneath, and 4-0wu 0L.iir������'l/ out  of dootm, no forcing of ths young plants  in frAiues being nece-an-jr. It ii* a lovely sight In September to .see the trees  with their bmnohos full of ripe fruit  DAu't forget the big bsssbsll dance on  March 1. A strong turnout will mean a  better ball club next summer.  ish httfe i but the unsrnblo obarsotrr of  the woottmomuMi me. co tninic it   im  pjob������������������l������thRtiliotuui(^lmvaw<MHlHc.������il(l\ripto'Nel'jori. '.&:'''y'���������''-���������     |w������il# of comitry, and all laid out ln|''ttftv.  iriewelling of  Cranbrook and  evor bo ������r*wu h������re. >,������������������-,..,.���������.������,' ' straight linos, no matter which way you Hov. Walton of Ferule spout a oouplo  1 tun now growing onltH, hick ry, lion      Mr, and Mrs, Hmbi-eo aro guests at i<-ok ft* ihwn, evcxy troc hoaltiiy and of day* in Orsston this wtek the guests  ������   ..���������������'���������������..     .������      ,��������� lil.   >4H.4ll   *������._    4.4^1.       4.   4*     -������44 -������ 44.44.4������     %$������.       4-        **%        W������ ��������������������������������������� M������������  J, J, Grady roturnedMe?R__^^ "--;.***1"*;  v      jm.to of comitry, and all laid out ln|''  Wo are all grateful to our trusted  del-gates, but how about their oxp-i.-  aesP Thoy havo sacrificed their time  in our service, but we can hardly e>>,  poet them also to dip dowu into ibclr  pockets for the heavy expenses "they  have been put to. \  I would suggv-st, Mr. Editor* that  you open a list In your valuable paper,  to rocolvo Bubacrlptlonn, so that we as  a dlHtrlcfc may hnv* an opportunity ot  not only showing our good faith; bub  also our appreciation of what has been  accomplished.  If every one who was present at tha  m������ct.ing oontrihuted the small nuiu ot  $1 ili������? object would bo imcampllshiMl,  Your* Truly i ���������:  ������ Wattor v.jacason.  m  .:���������,!*���������.!  ;> >i  M  M  ������������������$H\  tuontlnusu on -'age *>  n ������ nom- oi Mr* auu mv*. x'uumou.  tkWUy       #������4l������^W<4������    4M������������4kM>      ������������  ������������4������������������   *���������-"���������"    -������      4 44-      1,,,4   4-V H,*      ^-4  ���������G _nta olothoa olM������-._48, pwaaod and  r#**.*l-M    Mi-nil. is*. Fr-nnli.     ' lg-4ti  i'/i.i__>'  . ^Ji*"  '.������>V '���������������' ���������     *i   .'  t-������������*'*N."- -��������� '���������' <.-M  !*!^^S_a_s_s^.^^  ^*Ha--F4M-l 4>S^^"r���������  y^iiij, It  44___________i__________tt_L_ii___a_  . ��������� .  ��������� -���������  </V    l'   4.situ   ���������''    V.' -'.''      ���������    ''      ;    **������������������-*     '   ,  ..-.M  >���������  : ,.,���������  ������'4.  ., .'? ....,.*,  ���������������������������������>'.  '-.ii-....  ��������������������������� .' ������������������'���������������������������)<\<%l  ��������� "���������v., .  ���������������������������^ .-yy;,,  ,....;., ���������*';..,'-'t'll'ASI -SS*-:  :.  ���������������������������������:���������  . v  ;  ���������'.'Cjfib' -  ���������Mi.'  ���������<r*ib'_r.sj.-..  , V9.WiU4-  , 4&: ������������������������������������:���������'..*   " '  .. I,.  i i  ���������.?/  1L--I? _% io>  ^^s^tie^ir^  BY        f '  FRED  IV!. WHITE  LONDON  WAHD, LOCK & CO.. LIMITED  ,.-;.,,.J*:.'..  ���������.y ���������������������������������������������������(  (Continued >  What"?$iy feeling.*������ we^.v   ??*y$  "1 %as sure," May -v^hisper_|iv^   .   ^  "j&ut what are we to' do?   It? would*  he another matter, I suppose, if    it  were three months later, and the^Bleiir  helm colt had won the Derby.   Then,  perhaps, Sir George would forgive me  and .make the best.,of ;it fox? your ..sake..  And as it is I have" already succeeded.  Jn' complicating ������������������m&ttersV?>^Tou;::. - will,  malce: up your,mind of course, that  nothing will Induce you id change your  mind so far as Copley is concerned*  Rut would you have strength enough  to do it, _fay?   I don't think you realize the pressure which ''.would-.be..-.put.  upon you it Haredale, Park will have  to go.rwhen you find yourself?in shabby   lodgings "   .;?',T.T'::':-T:?-i:T..:>,? ?? '.   ������������������;-;-'.:>���������  "Never," May cried passionately, "t  refuse, even1 to discuss it. Tlie idea?  i$ unthinkable."     ^ v,y ������������������;-.. ..���������:-��������� ��������� :?������������������  Fielden pressed the point no longer.  He really had not the heart to do so.  Sufficient, unto ths dav was the evil,  thereof. But it was with mixed feelings that an hour-or sb later, he walked across the fields to Seton Manor,  Copley was waiting to receive him.*  The' latter was in his hardest? and  mojst businesslike mode. .There was  something repellent about the expression of his face which in any way fae-  trajyed his thoughts. . Fancy a man.  like this married to May HaredaleT  Copley was braggardandbully to liia  finger-tipsr���������a man without a heart, ox-  conscience, or feeling. And he was  worse than this, asyFieldeii^very well  kneAv-4 For a. moment it was qn th^  tip! of Fielden's, tongue to say he bad  thought the matter over and had; de-,  Voided to decline Copley's offer. But  'more prudent thoughts prevailed. It  would be as well to be as near: Copley  . ?.Vj44Ty4ri4iL4  CHAPTER XI  On the Edge  If, Harry Fielden had hoped to see  May again that evening, lie was disappointed. - She was tired, Sir George  s&id. and hoped that Fielden would not  mind if she did not come into the library- He; was a little bit under 'the  mark himself- and would go to bed.  So Fielden :yvvaisrieftv;;to> his uneasy  thoughts with the hope that he might  learn something in the morning. But  glancing at May across the breakfast  table he could read nothing from the  expression of her face. She was a  little silent, but otherwise her features were tranquil, and it was not till  an hour or so afterwards that Fielden  found himself alone with har.  ' "I hope you are feeling yourself  again," he asked. .  Oh   *hprp*s  nothing whatever the I as nossible. to be on the sPPtv. to act  w  iiia*^-*-^-*!*.*--.^**- v -w_*-f-?iiSS.-������   ������������������><,_������jy<. )4������������ai4������4w,..������ii.- - b������ui-,**i^*ijr,'.vw:t';-  ������3 u_w-JTivOa'.i7 ciean'^nerr^i-aiacls*  .'���������I'        .^4.444 ^'������ ... .....      v    T,^..������������������,..'- -..'.^U     .^--..  .-*.  MuTOS FOR^lHE VUkQN%  ���������.'.o: '���������&'���������������������������     y   ~aJ , if. ���������  .���������    .���������'..-.       . .   1   t_     ���������        ,���������   *\-������t _*-.������.      4������       B..1U      *_  JMOUl-  oe   w_,eu   m   .������11(191   i^.wmi., w.  ������������������-'������������������������������������ P!������    eisjfna   Vmnmtrm  ���������      ���������*       >->44>.J,4. 4.4���������44.444.  ^AutomoDiies of suitable construction  .4p4.L.,.-iiM-tB4^YS ������������������; feeepS:-:;t&*'5:i!--*ii'**-^  ���������..{ irsSES3STie_l.il *������������������ ��������� v#>_-. _i-;fc������  ������������������^smF, 115 aoaie acaii'  m**?y,  ������  ,*   m*������**i-mmdl ������\������z.mZm������ W_C������_I   ^la*-.������v-������*-l������ut you 'cannot 'be too ;_  l^miesren unennm;. ^efu!-;hatyo/giv,th_m,-y^h^  S,mm    purga^ves injure .09 bowels and p**-* tbo Vway *-���������������  life-long troubles.   The new  ' ������    evse-ont in  LTii'������4{4 rlna.a not oo-neeta\  ,n thS Cold ������sa  vther.      ' ,    ,������       J ^ c 'i'-J  i  (Si?--Two' years ago a"large'.4f.iuvv������Jfi|S]>ilei<(  -was used successfully In -Dawson kw$.i ������������������  on suitable country roads. Last winter  cthe White Pass and , Yukon 'Rput^  fcompany, which operates ia.S-Oimile  ^tage^ line, in .winter,- between fvyMie J  SHorsie and Dawson,r tried air automobile, but It did not prove satisfactory,  as the automobile's guage was much  wider than  that or tne sleds'" which  iiilsiili  docs the workrjiv-s*  -uaias  nti ;������tn^wa������su -ii tjciacjs.  ;Vi,^.*?5?SJvi'T;-:3vS#?' "'������������������'���������'������������������������������������-"  THE GREAT MOGULS  i4'-��������� y1%0>U-M ^^������������������'-myyyy^yyWmS  f>ipturesqi-e? Rulers tOyVyhose^oWe^  George y.-,Ka^?45uecs!^^i'.?^  The CoronationMyji^^ge^ 0f April���������-usually*%bou- two feet  hi, the city of the?Great M6guiSi?madie ."rr-remains on tbe ground until niolted  ,hini heir and successor t<> their Ina^y ^ the sun  in the spring.    By mid*  n tho  ;)lii8y were  Vo'uld:>''not he used.     -,.<..       ; <    ,   ,  The snowfall  In  tbe Yukon basin  ! between the first of October-and the  peiial      ppwer.    say$:     tbe'  ySngllsli j w"inter the track is wot  Queens^Tfcie hlst^fX.?^??; th^s^yblfepjfe-liijsnow' by these- narrow  gauge --sleds  decessors is one of.::,striange cbntfaist's;! until the banks on either side are 18  ;r?��������� First. 6t--.,J;he^iQre^tnMo._Vl&>TTHa^jra^:"  merlane, tl^1 mighty ^o^quertir^i^type  of overweening. arrogance, ^uijr.e,strain-;  ed iby any tear? of God .orSttiai^  ���������'-'���������'���������**������������������"���������  matter with me." May said in her candid way. "I was only worried, that's  all- You have been here quite long  enough to see that things are not go-  -yviien  disaster threatened.    ;<Vnd.? besides. Fielden, to some extent, ?was ia?t  league ..with , 4&ron   Phillips,   and   it'  there was anything in the Avay otri-S'  ing with us as they should.  :lt will bej calLty afoot^ it might be possible to^de^i  a terrible thing for us if our colt fails  to  win  the  Derby.    Indeed; I  don't  know how we shaii be able to carry  on till the end of May in any case.  ������������. A-UXI.      a.        W i V?VV.XXC;X4X       I4J4_447.&A4.C4&47 .    4 4      44.4I      - ��������� -  How foolish peopie are to risk their  "happiness on. the speed ot a borse! It  used to be all right years ago. We  bad all we. wanted, but, then, the Hare-  dales have always been, gamblers. I  suppose it is in the blood; Put oii  your hat and take me. for? a .wall-1  across tiie Downs. I need scirietliiag  to blow the cobwebs-iasajr6/"  .    ..in.:  Mavlowe'ft drama he kills his son, lGit)-:  lyptias, for skulfcing trortr? the battle;  atiii with? insensate fury, ^r^eja. on? ? the j  csiptivie icings "who dirS.^ ��������� nis' cbartoltf1  The sombre story Is cfelj? r^i^^d?b^"  the tenderness Of, the.fiercei-iW-^rior:  for hi_ wife Zenocvate; anaMs?b!ttlvr  grief wheal Stve? Is. lost to nirci byJdoO? ii>?  ���������   *ti. .:-.t1J     T.^-.U..U-' .^.i. ���������  it,'������T 'P-Nnl.A'a^'  Ul      WUU     e.\������UftllV|Il     Ot      4Ut      >^vIi.M������^4..4S,y  ���������oty Western-vAsia.' t^ards-.;.tlse^;^nd:-r*  tlie? 14th ceritury, Tameriane i^.esce|iA-  ed with his victorious Kbrd'ss on,'������������������-���������������>: _  ^jiaiBis??-?- Aorliherh.: Indlai '.??i:iitt?yT'.'f*ebl^  lielpiessness 'Mabmvtd.\sat?-;^tlli?;:iii-'.?'::.bta.  ;palsce; trusting vainly to tb^oldj pror  ���������;V*3rh't^-,,;it^ is- ��������� a 'tar..: cry y^f/Qma^ym  Amid scenes of i,ndesciri^ftbl!6y]^prror;  -the., ,'clty fwas' -takeh^' iVbut'?V?.^n\iiiattie-'  came as destroyer. not aavfo^d^r..--..H������  tect it. It would be a fine thing to  go j to Copley witli the evidences of  his rascality in plain black and white,;  and. agree to silenjaej on the condition  that this persecution;''6'f: Mii?S; Haredale  in Ms blunt way; '"W_U,:'''l-?,havje'-.-ar-.j'.-".-...|t������4toa.r -ue ^uv-avariir w_,_>raey^o_������  ranged everything for you. > 1want y.ouj fa_cinating of biav rac������. , P.oetvipb^iJloBi--  "to take over the entire managementjopber* artisty and inuslclaii, ;-h^;?wias  ot mv stable. The last maii bad four j sfeilled in tb^ !bre^of tiat������r^ anSSi^  hundred ���������'���������*: year aad the���������-,run of the ! the knowledge, o������; men.? v^itbaliSb^  house, and I am prepared? toi:.'ofter',you j set him.self to become Sa strciug������tnlll  ! iVjA  sa^<>  t^y}-y������ay'''-^v4T>^wtoTiig-:- wiij. V.-a V-t&ry   *---:*---   ---*    -*- ������������������������-_!-���������������        ���������.-.���������-���������-  to 24 inches lilgb, making it difficult,  If not' Impossible, tor a wide-gauge  vehicle or any Kind to pass over the  road. -'   ��������� -  There bring no blizzards and little  wind ln tho winter in the Yukon valley there are no snowdrifts to contend willi. except on tlmberless ridges. Tho roads usually have low and  f ev������?t. grades and were thoy of suitable  '''.Wl'dMi would be well suited for motor  vehicles. These roaua or *rails. were  .original!:* made fifteen to, twenty-five  liiclies wide to accommodate the dog  sled.  .-������������������'When horses took^the place of dogs  these tiails were widened to accommodate the "dovble-onder" one-borse  sled; which is lonft and narrow, with  tlie runners turned up' at both ends  to save reversing the sledt which is  ^difficult to do on. such narrow roads  When turning back.    In recent years j prentice   himself   at  -t?  effectively without irritating the bowels ,  or causing any discomfort.   The children like tKem tfor they $a-to ?  like candy. *Or.e ot the most popular of tho NA-DRU-CO preparailona. '  2Bc. m box*  It your druggist has not yrt-tocked .hum, -end 25c, and W������ Will rwdt tbsm. 3Q  nnwui t*������T������E  ���������*^r  tLV-v.v.^.    1 SB  "KfcrEAlpV   7^^M\}y  Smokeless Powder SBells^ ^������\  ���������*   *     V/ ,''x ^&  These sheiis cost a utile ftiore than black powder leads,   ^  but for bird shooting they are worth many times .the difference, I  _a ��������� ���������      4 .. - ~- ��������� ^���������- 4���������  T**W44444     44WA  by far the best low priced, smokeless load on  Hio  market. When you buy, insist upon having them.  W  3  UUJ^  Matrimony Course for Girls  Years ago Sir W. S. Grilbert depicted  a school of matrimqny for young men.  Tbe Jack in search of his Jill "should  fourteen     ana  Twas  ii  fetiirned to SamarKan^ of these roads have been" v^iq- j s^tudyTrom ^norning tilTe'enT" M  ���������the./..Empire���������������������������bf;th������ Mb^jls In ?tSdi������ t������ i ������ne-d for the use of wagons in sum-! 'jAsi*s.y a msttsr of skill, whifb  bai eatabiiSiiwu 05,6.>iiVii������.u7������M4.^Sw^S.-.'S-v*' ~���������    ~-! -        .*.>.*.   r ..   ���������     *^ _'_-���������__    ��������� j --  Iso you have come," Coiftey said ]erJi\y;Ba^rv  , blunt way;   "Weil,- i bavT������ ar- j    Haaar iue Auv._u.yu������e:r��������� A^S'T.-raa^jiiw.si  7^'lrLrA^.48S44S^  #?''STEAH_W1'PS^  Pielden was eager.   For some tin>e  he walked in? silence by the girl's, side  waiting for her" to speak  feeling that, sooner or    later.    May  ���������would confide in nim.    She stopped  sudd-enl" sind raised'ber-isv^s to/bis* -  "I am" going to ask you a question,"  sbesaid. . "I want you to" put yourself t  is. my place for a moment.   Suppose |  .���������that the honor and.fortune of the.fam-f Pi������lden remarked.  -     144a'/1a4.  .4444I     At4AK4ft    *l*i...nni^iiil'flvlri'K.^'-���������.'tl'  4C44V4A4^44     -    K444V444. 4.444 4(^4���������44.     '     4   44444V* -4..���������_    _ ���������  leiFt in vour bands.������������������...-As*I ioltf you? Tastl Ji*? evam> le. It? \vais in, the. Fuhjab  fe.^4, ^..^ . ni^bt, my racing-stable is caly a sidtr ftba,t he met tae B&Jah ^  He had a I show, and I dont %-ant to ^_ bOtb*r-������i |^ M*������- of the Rajputs, minus an _iye and  with it.-������������������* Yqu can.make a atayt ji-xi ,^a.n���������;arm,and.laT^e\0f������������������...ona..,les^^ati4���������..,S4'->s���������,  wetek at Mirst Park. 1 have horses that great victory of, India> oyer Hlb-  ���������msniss b������tb davs: and I sball pi\?br f doqlsn^/by which ?^as- achieved f the/  ably run- do-wn l������y myself. Bjut yQU...^'Kr^t,.;.ii|impire. pi the ?Greai Moguls ia  know  the^^  ropes  ^(ell   enough."      -1 India.  I think you can leave it to me,"m$&? ambition accomplished, Babar  44/L.4������������������������     VAfi^     1WUU,       *4,44*4*.;4-4**   .-44444.      44-      4.-���������,   4. 1~-    ,    ~    . ���������        ^. . _ _.  Ily rested in my bakids, and it was for]    "Very well. then, that's settled.-sou.  ] iiv^cjfoT; xpxeo yeMS; atyt^ .palace, of  ���������   ' A -,-.i w_ ���������_     "'*������������������1������*-.r_."  ntn   *-������ A--rl4"������"'-V._n'_*ii_ .^_������.r������,ri;:-.^������*%.n'ri_'  me to siay  whether    the    I5aredales|can ask the-hssiee&eeper to give you  were to leave this old place In pover-1 a room.   iYcu, can have.- ail the meals i  ty and disgrace or whether they we^e i-you w_jr.������^'and. the hors^^H be yours *  to stay- on 6ccupylng_the old position;       --���������i-^%v--^- ..��������� ������ii.������i.?i.^���������;:.-������w.   t  -what would you do?'  "It    depends    on    circumstances;  ^ielden'said.'  "Or course It does, my dear? _oy. I  flidn't expect you to make such a tame  ireply as that. Surely you must know  ^hat .1'mean. It is for as to decide.  1 have the opportunity of bringing in*  to the family the neces8ai*y money to  set everything right. But on a condition and at a price."  "As usual," Fielden said sadly. "And  *he price in this case happens to be  yourself."  "Vou have guessed It. . Tie prtee is  myself. And I suppose it would be  ���������no news to you iif 1 told you whi tho  man was."  p  -"Not after last night." Fk-lden .ca-tt  ' between  his' teeth.      "So    Raym.vul  [ Copley has asked you to 'mar-y. him.  '3 suppose it is the old .story whi������,h one  "has read in books and. newspapers a  thousand times.,   Copley has got your  father under  his  thumb,    and    Jiiii  threatened   to  ruin  him  unless  you  consent to be Ms wife.   I am not a  very shrewd  person, b it 1  Tell  nore  of this when we came home last night.  And you refused Copley.   Ho took his  refusal In such a way as you would  expect from . such a cnd.    He threat-.  , ened you, b.f"course.   He told you that  , he had bis rather on his side.,: And  tiow you are hesitating what to" do.*  ;Yon have said that no power on earth  i- shall force you to consent, that you  'cannot save the family honor at such  a price.   And you are right, too. May.  . It is a vile thing to ask of a girl. It is  so mean nnd dishonorable.     Heaven  knows I care for your welfare. I never  know how much I did care until we  met In London the other night. Then  1 realized tor the first time the price  1 am paying for my folly.   If I hadn't  been a fool, you would have beeu my  wife today, and  It would have been  to handle as you lilse^fyAndynow  must  wish you  gcwd-m&rainB.'--"or 'I  have a score of thinga to occupy my  time bofore I motor up to town at six  o'clock.������������������������������������������������������ I think.''-hit -wiii-do. - Q^^-d-  day." ������������������'���������'"'    ."���������:.'���������'������������������'���������;   .-'���������**���������*:' v ^  . Fielden took his leave, hardly knowing whether to be pleased or not. He  spent the next hour or so in the  stables, iftterviewing the stud groom  and the helpers who seemed to know  all about ths new arrang������mient- He  said little or nothing about it. but was  somewhat surprised to see srhat a poor  set of horses Copley owned. For the  most partjhey were little better than  platers. There inigut i>e ������ racer or  two amongst them, but only fpr small  meetings. The groom was quite open  in'ihis comments and to these Fielden  listened discreetly. He was free, pres-  eritly, to go over to Haredale Park and  get his belongings together. He strode  acrosB the Downs_,and passed the wide  mer.   O^vi    Wulcii   nenvy     londa     ������rw j iniehx attain if thev-wijipi?.  drawn by two. four and fix horses  tr some motbf-venicie company  would construct a <iar of the Vidth of;  the Bled now In use in this country, lt  could be used to great advantage  throughout the-whole Yukon Valley for  speedy travel ln conveying malls, pas-  C*;** -_���������***__*     -_���������**!     * ___p_4 _������_t A T^%������������^    4-1-rv.v.    nnttr  - OOiijw. cj      u> &_,-__      ������.��������� x.������[-|*_4V* m 4__it_������      ������,*������*->_-     ������*v -  occupied by stage between White  Horse and Dawson is fiVe to eight  days, with relay stations at 20-mile intervals, while an automobile should  make the journey at any time in the  year within two days. . :  Agra, ruling his newly "acquired - couh-  trys -with. Justice ���������.aad-i^vs^tyi-ifNbl'rpsj  mahce ?t^rew. its glamor oyer, Ba^bar's  imion.?T^vlth his ^���������wlfer"^:'^il^���������''tti8���������^���������att-t4^",  tJort was.-iaviBbedfOn?:his,tnree daugh-i  ���������ters,;. Rose-face, 'Rose-^lu^-;i|ind;'R68e-;  body,"an'd on hls''���������%on''^H-:-������^on;y?for:'  whpm?.he Is. said ;to?>bav������y:^yen:T?h!s  lifs. . As ths youss?-xsisii :lay 'Sick'?at  Agra;  the  leeches "decli^dl^h^" ?be  could only ���������.be saved?byr:the^-iiSerpyJ.of:���������  God andat_the cost bf- sbme?ysupreme  sacrificed   ''\^ereupbiE*:^Tlie:':^������t^er.--e3!-  clalmed,:���������   :���������-...'. ������������������, '^yyyy-^yyiy ,y,v r  "1 can give my life! yit is??ther deiftT-  est thing oh earth' to my son.'^; -  ���������".Standing-;by the beAd.yhe.;,saidyearii-  estly, "On me be thy ?sufferiiigs?f  His desire _was'gTan_ed:*hls~son'-recovered, but -Barbar died and,was buried in the pie?asarit gardens of ^Kabul.  ������������������;.-..������������������' Health HiiVtB^- yy-,  paving consulted William IMuldooj.f  Eugene Sandbw,'"''D.. Woods Hutchih^  son, -Plerpont Morgan, Mayor .Gaynor,  Dr. William Robinson,. Upton Sinclair,  and many other well-known authorit-  WONDERS OF THE DEAD ������EA  Motor  Boat ���������.Skpioraiiot.   by   mernbor  ���������-   Of Ai>i4,riCari  \tOiOfiy   in  acr4is������licfri  .Ah interesting trip around the Dead  Sea^.was made ia a "motor boat by  Jacob B. Sp&fford, a-member o^ the  American colony in -Jerusalem.  In circumnavigating the lake* four  or five very fertile  plains or'ghors  ta������������������:-     -���������-1.    ���������UV. 44rT4V.^4C,���������    n|wi4,n  ������������    ���������__t4.  ,-.������*.CJ4  40.    4V444^i..      4.������44T.4i������4 .-.   T-     .iMVWy       jf44MMW, 444444-  es Mr.' Spafford, "naturally bring to'  mind ths* connection ot the Dead Sea  vwitb? Sodom and Gomorrah,, the 'cities  of the plain,' that were ovei-.arovfn.  .Theyi.have been variously placed,on  everyyside of the Sea.  "fnes������ pist-iur* anil the small oas-s  at Engedl'are the only points where  life: of any kind and water are to be  found. Engedi, our first stopping  place, is "the only spot on the West  In .Los Angeles,- California, there Is  an evident ueiiei iuat. wliai Is aau^o  for the gander is equally sauce for the  soose. The announcement Is made  that a course of matrimony has been  Included in the curriculum of the  Gardens Agricultural High School.  Aeeordin? to a despatch to the "New  York World," rive ei&a^s of girls are  dally taking advantage of'instruction  In courtship, matrimony, the care of  babies.^ mother craft and domestic  science.  "It is planned," we read, "that boys  in Los Angeles f������hali be permitted to  take the course next year, but some  doubt Is expressed about the need of  this. It is regarded that the "female  of the species' will be so adept in the  - _- _*       --.J*       _*_*.i- --.4-.r-1'. t v_       ���������__  Vim a _���������*���������*-������*._*_������_ vr  A      Wi������\>Qk%nmm*t*T&  ~~    ���������_-' mJ^w'Ev^'Tijr ���������_! I  a mi  uo     )���������������������������������,     -4  to    and    i^rom  Weekly    Sailings  7_-.iVisr|iwi>i* t.  t_t_K_4vMwti������   a_,*._.-._,������  ������      GREAT   BRITAIN,   IRELAND,  \   -SCANDINAVIA,  ...    ,  I      CONTINENTAL   POJNT&  I All Railway Stations  1 Manitoba,   Alberta,   Saskatchewan,  S British Ge!������!������������biaa  | 'At lowest rates.   Fors reservations.  ��������� tickets, detaiis* see locsl asentB or  | write  j J. S. C������lder��������� Gen'l Agent, Winnipeg I  Blenheim colt had taken place, He  was hurrying down the slope when he  came face to face with Aaron Phillips.  "I was looktng for you,", the latter  said. "I haven't been letting the grass  grow under my feet since we met last.  L am beginning to get a .hold of. the  game now. We shall be able to make  those fellows sit tip before long. I  suppose ykou couldn't- manage to get  away on .Friday and Saturday iiext  for the two days racing at Mirst Park?  If you could, I think I could show you  adniethlng that.would open your eyes.  "As It happens," Fleldoh explained,  "I am going there. -I have just .been  appointed a kind of general manager  to Mr. Copley. I have to thank Sir  George Haredale for this. As you  can imagine. Phillips, It Is not altogether a congenial occupation. But  tbero are urgent reasons' why I am  ���������wnv  ...������...,, ....4.  ���������   ---��������� vjlad to accept lt.   It appears that we  my pleasure and prlviletto to help Sir 1lIlvG eot a *4OJ.Be or tw0 ontered for  George out. of his trouble. Can you tUe Mlr8T ParU moetlng, and lam go-  ever forglvo me? 1ng with theni.   Now then, what Is It?"  May turned a tearful face toward.    Aaron Phillips's faco lightened  Flnldon.   Impulsively sho held out. her ......  srretc"h"of turf; where the trial of the 1 les on health, w.e are enabledyto, pre-  4.4J������       iO  I'   ,4;4444.44, ....,..-..-. _t  .hands to him. and he caught them al  most fiercely. They woro alone there  on the w1d*������ Rtrotch of Downs. There  was not n soul In sight. Neither of  ��������� them know how lt. happened, but a moment later Fl������ld.������n'ti arms wore about  the girl, and she was crying unrestrainedly upon his shoiildor. Th(������ro  was only ono thing for it and that  was to kliift rho trmrs away and bring  th* **ml1r>s bnck tn May's lips.  "Now wo havo done it." Fielden  mild ruefully. "I nm a nlrn follow to  talk about other men being dishonor-  nb1<*. I ought ro bi-> well threshed for  giving way to temptation like t.hlH.  Fancy a man ln n.y i������o>l:lon daring <o  make lovt* to any irUi.   Hut yon knew  sent'the following rules, these being  the"la-Sat concensus of opinion:. '  Bat nothing, , ;���������.-���������, ��������� ���������?    y.,���������,.,,..-,  Eat everything, you want.' ������������������'*  Walk at least ten tailes a-day.  Do.not stir unless you ride in a car-  rltlge or.some other vehicle.  Don't worry.'*  ...���������.���������:..������������������������������������..������������������.���������..������������������   ? ������������������.���������";,.��������� ���������  It Is abBOultely: necessary that you  study yourself!1   Remember, you  are  an anlnial. >r';      '   :      'yy-'-.  '  Bolt everything.   Only in this way  will you keep'your-stomach strong: ���������  Never jgo. on a vacation,;, f    ,  Change is absolutely necessary.  ���������   Eschew alcohol and tobacco.  .Smoke all you want to, drink everything.   ���������    ���������������������������-'���������  'Keep',; cool.     ��������� ���������* ,   ..���������,- ������������������.",���������.������������������  PerBplre profusely.. ,      t ���������   (i  '    t       ' "I '"        '"     '        1        imi i mn  Succ-ssful Appeal '   . . ;.!-..'���������  A college graduate, after years of  al.moBt unbelievable misfortunes, decided' to appeal to a classmate who  had -been, very succepsful. .Ha.sauaht'  out. thb rich,banker and was soon escorted* into n'ls presence: The banker,  Impressed, by. ^ho signs .qf suffering  ! and misfortune ln both the face and  What a stroke of luck!"    he    or.  claimed.   "In that caBe I need not detain vou any longer.   "But I'll contrive   _  _     to see yon on tho course, .and then 11 Nothing of Ufa old associate, said In  think it will be our turn."  (To bo Continued.1  a' shocked manner  , "Goodness, man, what, has happened  to you?"  .The.unfortunate ono began to toll  bin story.    1-T0 passed from one (Ub-  , aster to aridthev.   Ho told of tho .loss  Treaeurco of EmpreBB Dowager Said , 0f his wife, .of thp unfortunate- flpecvalu  HOARDED GOLD IN CHINA  to Have Been Sent to Europe  Sales of gold bavi* "undoubtedly  boon made by tho Chinese* authorities,  and from cables which are now coming to hand from China* it! would sooni  Unit tbiM-tt Is hoiuo prospect of tho  movement: assuming rather largo proportions,  No one  of tli<* boa  pi-ens   Do  riiinoi'H liuve Utuni cunciit. au to lllo  aocaniulatlon of colo'nsal "nrVrtri. 'Now  thai, by reason of tho pronent dlslimbed condition of the country iho lnoei,*  UK of llie Interest cl(nrged on' tlio  delit iiniHt. Impose considerable,Htrivhi.  i It would certainly not bo HurprlM,1ng  If nnloH were made oT Home of I liftf  hoarded gold, if only with thn object  of facilitating the prompt, payment, of  lion that, had loft him ponnllesfl, of]  broken ii_allh,'ol' the doath of liih ouly  son, and of l\ls future search for employment. As tho tale unfolded thb  banker'sroyos,began to dim with tears.  His sliouldoj'Hj shook with sobs. lib  avoao and walKed-un'steariny to a 1������**11.'  A porter ontorud lu.rosponso to,-tlio  This' evidently was a litle paradise in  the?time of Solomon, and is frequently  mentioned in the Old Testament  "The cliffs on the west side of tbe  sea 4Which form, an almost unbroken  .wall, excepting for the rugged torrent  beds, and which vary from 300 to  .1,900,.feet in .height,,are all of limestone, whereas oh the 'east side of the  lake the formation.: Is entirely- sandstone of exquisite, .hues.. The abundance of water 'on-this'side as compared with the other Is; very .striking, too.  '"��������� About ten miles from Bngendl lies  the peerless natural fortress' of Ma-  sada -. (SeBbeh), first: fortilied . by the  Maccabees, then uoed as a place of  reftig*> by Herod.' 'At 'the foot bf the  tableland can be seen the Roman wall  cf \ clrcumvallation v>r%t\ the two Rt>  nit^n camps on either side of the small  ravine.  VThe fortress, which Is 1,700 feet  abpv.e the sea, has steep slde$i at an  angle of about'75 degrees- and cannot  be 1 approached, except from a connecting, neck called the Serpentine. A  more inhospitable place or OHe more  disadvantageous to beselgerB could not  be; imagined.  <'Klglvt miles away Is .Tebol TJsduni,  a .mountain of rock. salt.^rising, to��������� n/  height of 500 feet. In this mountain  I? u large cave which was explored to  the extent of about 200 yards, atwhlch  point a tapering cylindrical shaft of  about"20 foot ln diameter was dlsoov-'  orjOd, pleTcIng the solid ronk salt R0  fejnt high, na though through polished  .marble, evidently, effects ol* the rain.  "Great ftnow whltf Rtalaotltes hung  frbni tho celling. The: approach ' ������o  thjs- mountain presents most, fantastic appearances of walls, buttreasoh.,  parapets, projecting towers, etc, ctius-  o(\ by tho stratification apd lay ot vlU-  salt   bOUldt'TR.  "A llttlo south of Maaad.i Ilea tne  vlolv niinr-ol-Mi/.ra. Horo and. el������t������.,  v'here abound-the applo of Sodom do*  uerlred by .ToBophuB.":  HIS  by the end of the year that she will  have little difficulty in imparting her  knowledge to the less deadly male. *  "The girls aje taught how to deport  theffiBelves during courtship, and instructed in household management,  house dieties, housekeeping accounts, dressmaking, millinery, and  even in such practical matters as how  plumbers are supposed,to  do    their |������'     ,   ���������  ������*������44.l������      *1^fl      "4j4������3'w.TVl������rt'S*4      +VC������*J'--������QV*.U1d ������������������**   I     , ���������   l=C22'   P>������5*l������������ct|ni>  A. Iong-wir.,f,ed. prosy counsellor was  arguing a technical case recently before ope of the judges of the. supreme  court. *-Ie had drifted along in sush  a deSuiiory way thai ii."S~������a,.3 uaid lo  keep track of what he was trying to  present, and the Judge had Just vented a very suggestive yavrn.  "I sincerely trust that I am not trespassing unduly on the time of this  court," said the lawyer, with a suspicion .of sarcasm in his voice.    v  "There is some difference," the  judge quietly, observed, ."between trespassing on time',' and encroaching on  eternity." ;-        .���������,.���������.,.>..���������..:���������...-���������.������������������..     \':> ,~  HAVE YOU *lruniPifttbeBf*4irt-or  Growth oa say part oi.  the body, or a .Sore that will aot Stod ?  if you have, rv-nte, describe the trouble, sad  m-nUvu th;s pspsr snd wswi!! sydJ PRgtS is-  plain env-Jope, particulara of the '  Painless Sossie Treatmetst  vV'rit- xo.p>v.  TBS CANADA CANCER afSTITOTE. Uic-tMl  10 Ck_rchiH Av������M Tmr^alc..  full particulars yof TtSENGH'S-  REN1EOY, the "World-famottS  Cure for EpUepey aad Fits,  ejssple    homo    treatnsent. -  SBIl-ll-al Testimonials     from  4s~r  over-  VjL!B^S_Lll?a"l'*s ot *-*e world.  TB.FNCH'S     REMEDIES;     L'MITS������  107    St.    Jams*'     Chambers,     Toronto^  The Best Way is to Laugh  ' Trouble coxa'-s'to'All of us; but they  come least heavily ,to those .who meet.  them with %. good humor and fight'  them down;' y^iy-:'-. ���������' .i:^"..  vThp. best way to drive dull, care  fl'wny l������ with '������, lauprh.' for It hates  merriment,: and vanishes In the sunshine of a smile.   ������.     ,   .       ,   ..  If you are" worried from overwork,  .take a rest, read, walk, and. try .to forget your cares.  , If you are gloomy and'sad, seek the  society o������ peuplo who are not, and let  them charm your sombre mood away,  , The worst misfortune that can befall a man is to surrender himself to  a morbid brooding over his cares.  I  A Sad Case  The Track of Bird Migration,  Some more remarkable "recoveries"  have been made by, ringed btrdB, and'  once again Portugal 1 takes 'a prominent place. 'Two terns; first ringed in  tholr nost; one in HoseBhiro and one  ia .Renfrewshire,.have.,been .reported,  this .autumn..the first lf������ mlloa south  of Oporto, tlio other near Avolro1 in  ['Portugal.' ''....���������/.   :- ��������� r ...'������������������.'���������������������������- ..-���������.'*, ���������  These "recoverlQB",'ln Portugal,aro  hooomiViB bo' conalderdblo that It may  H'oon be possible tO'ttrack out a regular  lino of migration along tlio coast and  across Spain, parts of'which perhaps  aro the bPHt- bird pilrndlso In. ' tho  ���������world. Quito a.niinihpr of English or  nlthologlBts aro now tin gaged In'study  Ing thesis' birds: and invostlgating mi  Ki-atlon. .,",.....*.  o lias over known tho extent 1 ,1���������,.},'liv.  nnrdA.1 wealth of Iho lat.o Km- '    ������fa_5e������.  owagor,   though mil   kinds' of I tir(.^^v.f*''  ' 'ThO'-ptveafcoB-'buttonholor In London,  on bis return from a wlntor liolidsiy,  suimuoiiH, ^indjhohankor mild to'hl'm } was tolling ins acquainUincoR at his  mmmmmmmw'"'-'  mmmmm  W. N, U, No. 805  throw this man out. I.Io la  my honrt."   '  ������������������   With 8om*������ Heaoort  ��������� The only thing I ftnrt to, say aaainBt  you Ih that your wuHhln,u( hill Th far  too extravagant.-   Lnnt.wook you ha^l  Hix hlopiacH in tho wuoh..   Why. Jano,  my owfi" daughter never' h'oridH uidro  tlian two.1'    "All,-thai <umy b������, .uiiuu,"  ropllcd      .iant'.,     "but.    T    'avo     lo!  tin. .'niiponM on iho rorcMgn iloht, a mm-1 VoWr (lftlightor's Bwooth'oart Is a bank  ..-.��������� ,..i,...t:���������������:i.H .."*.>!* ib-. CV.lr.c:-.; V.cy: ; "\^ ' ^bll������   mv. voung   man   Is.    a*  .���������riiiiMMit   ban. alwayn, dlsplaynd   wlih : '.-bl|������inoy-Hw.^p..    k  nmiccn  a  differ  fc.-rupuJo.ib <:\rv. em-n. mutn."  Al   pKTHiitii  llm only amount d.M'ln-!'   ' '     '���������     .-1������������������ ' ���������  iu.lv known to havo loft. China In tho  shape*  of xedtl  Im   .CI.10,000,  but  llitiic  ...,.*r    ..Af.Arfu   ||i   thn   fl I V . ri'fo'tll IV   Mlllt  H.1ii..rtl.iii(.;   HI;i-   nnotlior   hair   million  tl 11 ct    Iti'itll    (li'Mimicm-d,    iikmik"    tiiiitr  HIT'Itlh   t<>   b,'   lAOMIt*   (lOllht    IIM   tO   U'lU'lll-  ������;r the ilehlliiatlon Ih Meiiln or London.  club that ho bad been occupying., a  jiouso. at BavoB, not far ft pn.v, Mr,  'liaboiichero,' who, ho added, was in a  very iu������:iaiiciioly biutvv- "'������������������ -aiu -l.vuly  norry for l.hnt," Hnld ono of bin melancholy hen'reru."' "What Ih tho mail or  with-Mm?"     v  ���������"Woll," ropllcd tho horo; "I wan out  walking ami day. whon I saw 1-abouch*  oro coming clown tho lano towards,me.  Tli** moment hn caught sight of mo he  dnrf'tMl into iho fir wood which wan  oloftftv by, aud ������hid hohiud a l.r.*<* till I  had  passed.    Oh.  vory* sd'l, Indeedi"  J.HI   ���������        4       ,,        -      '  ��������� A fftvorlto uport. In Now Xeainnd, an  alwo  In   Auet'-ftlbi   nnd   Tntunnnla,     Ih  couipi'itUion   ln     wood-chopping    nnd"  Hawliii5y-,Anrl'in thtiHo coritcstH. which  - m , .   ,      ,...i attract  a. k������*-.U  dual of lul_n;~L,    lh_  Irtflt ht������ fnMiinoj 1 gueas bos Rlntl hi* { ���������i���������,,r,nlonHl,ln,-      aro      always      won  wlfi!  luui  boon  trujjal   huoiij/ii   u>  put |.4.li*-u>.ifCl% tha us-* of American tool:). 111  ttiiiiHMuuiK   ������i.������. im ������, iii,: ������/4>.4,. ,,,,4,4'.,....44. .;������;���������!.!..������; f.-.r  HlobhH.���������"S *'H. I liiulnrHlaiif   i.h������* had   ft  ,,r|.,������.. would   nnv,*r   think  of  lifting  saved cnouuh to pay for a dlvorcu.      j anv othor kind of tools.  About Teheran  Teheran, to    which    the    Russian-  troops are now marching, has more?  than doubled its  population, (nearly  a quarter,of a million)'during the past.  fifty1 years.   .There itf t yeryy littlt)������������������l$t%y c  of the spirit of Haroun at Raschid.except the surrounding mud vluSges and.; ?;  the pits that dip dovirtti ,to ;i^e^nnde)*r ?y  ground? water courses.     ClvlUzatlon^-  dueLnialnly to British? Itifluonco ha* r,  thrown its spell over the ancient city; :  and' so we-have up-to-date telegraphy...  telephony, gas, electricity,,,and ,tram- .',  cars.   But the finest development of "  the; spirit of the age Is to be found int -  thn exodus to the giant.mountains,  nearer to the Caspian. ' There, as at  Slmi?v f������������hiori and wealth vowh? magnificent? bouaeB and livo in a beautir  v  fully dry and cool climate:   Tho Sh&fc  sets the example for tbetfe are at least  halt a,::.ao2e.5, placet*; vjhpra His M&)~  esty may take his ���������seasbhable pleasure: >  ViH'  ���������'���������X-.  .V.H...  :i  '���������   "The Profeseor'a Calculation  A profeflBor ot McGill, Montreal, wha  has greatly) endeared himself to the  studonto on account of bis klndTheart*  edtiees; htiB ono pattioula^ fallings  that of abBent-mindednPBS.      ;���������'.���������'. ������������������ > ,;  Jio visited his married nephew the  "'."���������,  (othor day and ' had listened  tb-   the-' -  I young wife'* praise: of, hor llfst borij--.���������..,,,  The, gentleman felt that he must Biiv- '  something tb give the impression that -  v.  he was interested.,,,.  "Can tho dear little fallow wall.?" ���������  ho Inquired quietly.   ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ > .<<':' >>>    .' ''.  "Walk." the mother.orl?\d Indignant-,  ly.   "Why, ho has boon walkingytbr    ���������  Doar toot" tlio prqiflBsbr oiclnlmed,.  landing again into" ahHtraptlon. "what.",  a Ibhg way ho imust have Hfdtr���������'���������->���������' ���������" ''^  -J'" " -"���������'TTfl,*1  In return'Tor,.,tbo -\vUUo pine, t.Tio  Douglas fir arid tho1 hlaclt walnut; lihv  ropo.has ylvim N<.ii'.U������;.,A.iuorJca fjhu  Norway spruce and maple and the  Scotch  and  Auntrlart pino.''"^" "���������  ���������"���������  y,  ,                                                ���������:*      ������������������  !.     .  . '   ���������  11  1                                                ,   .      -   ���������  -���������-���������-; ���������   -*-;-���������      ��������� -���������----���������  4.    -..-  11 |        1  !   *  1                   .      '      . "     ,  1 f 1  ���������,  ,       '     '  4              ���������  1                  ���������  '                                                          ^^^*  WOJWZ&N'S /US'V; -,-.  Many women si'lTer needleaily from tfirljiobd'.O Wonrtmn*  hood and Com unothcrhood to old __.i-rwith buckuchc,  ������ji^_i������.v>4> 4������'r" lii.4U4Jt.t-.4t-. ?.lu- In. 1,oiikh 'iJit/Ktii-dr.-.-.-r., :.lsr.p-  \enn, .nervous, irritnble. and feci* tired from mominil to  f-iffl.tr. When pninn nnd aches faok the womanly -yatem at  frequent  intervals ( mh your neighbor about  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  TMm t*rmmerl0tlon horn, for over *IO yenrm, btbtn  curlntJ delicate, wemk. pj������/n-wr*cAr-tf Wi������men,  by the- liuittiredm of thoumantlt mntl title tot* la   .  the prlvmoy ot tfielf home* without their hmv.  '44,4l������<l������n|4.4l4.       .4444.*  mol'ih^'���������i-ow,' iliul lli'^hfiycr    baa  t. 1 .,.      J-.-.41..4 444. -       ������vtair_l-.-      _.<_'u      It 1 n ,1      Ul������  attentively refru&nantmxmmthmtlona.  Blok women are invited to conduit In oonfidenco by letter fren. A del rest*  World's Dinpenwry M*dlci������l A������f'n, I^,V. Pleroe, M, D., Pre������*t, nm.ulo, N. Y.  Dn, PinHuu'n GniiAT Family DoUioi, Boon, The P.opl������'������ Common Scnte  Medical Adviser, newly reviaed tip-to-d������te edition���������1000 nageo, iniwen in  t'tain t.tietisti ho;.ts ot Ucticnte uucsttuna winon every wumun, ������ini.l������i or mnrrieil,  ���������������     ��������� 4 <  *      ...     . ������*.-. >....       .4        ......      ,.IJ��������� .. -��������� .....T... ..*      4������44        .     . 4  44,4.|^.,. 4%. 44������4 4f.4       444.-444. .,.".������        ^.w. ... 4..., ,,.,........ ...  ^.4,. 4 444 v ^        4.4.4.      4.4,,  ���������tomipM to cover coat of wrapping and malllni only, in French cloth binding.  1  i-..".'...,  <r   '!  W������fc'>L>i<l .-WW*>WW"<'4-''.  _W**i'  mmi:*Jiamw-JumwmW)������mn**Mmi>M:^tTmmii  ���������jgjUj  I 44������l4t4X4.W-U^4\4^������#4������.������.^4#M4VV44444>44������44444.4W, l'l' - ll ,11 ll 14 l..4l,41,l,���������44l.4l M&g._ ._.._,,.,,_.,.._.-���������: _���������.,.,... .,...���������    ...   (��������� .,���������..,.,    ...,,. ............T      .. .   .    ''^ witrr3Kg*^W^^  -th* Peace, and stakbhmaster at Wei-���������Napoleon's nickname of    Badiug.net  northern ;;_^ncej^;^Mayy25;j  ���������.'���������^������������������^.������������������������������������Fo^  1 felinued'Tn theV&loa and fell on a-able, thanks to the researches of   M.  mmmmrnmrnmymmmmmmmmm  i|j.'.'3!?^;.'!-'.^ ���������������������������  ��������� ��������� ���������v->?M^^>-j|B>|.j:j:"|Ji,;t'_;.ZK^... r?���������^  .���������eight truck, ausiai.ilns a had put on  fceY.^_&?^  ^;������#.v''^^^^  other leg.    Bot.i .'.e^s became -#>-*���������};   ^    'y;th������taj'ban!  ���������rien;  lay up.  Thlrrla, and IiiUvleti- of the; eBcappyflf-:  'J0Mii-;}^  est?M. th e: '��������� pMiaent'?momenu:^:?y7Ty.y;;yj5?y  : * 'It seems that?theto\e;^redit b^y-h?  escape must lie with Louis Napoleon  -i,rT44Kfti.*;V,V_ri;.:: .-;'������.^:T.TH!a/:;_-a.ttf:.';:'?rhtelihv  ,r tUiUDniL.   ...... A-������?-....44444*4. -   .���������4...,,- ��������� ���������. ��������� r.- ,.. "���������"."���������    -*"'..  ^v'hieh; ?7wes ?= scrubbed % with ??y pumice:  '_tdnO;;Sn'd'-^  ?cut-off his''moustache'.-.'?yutttth-asblue'  aprons, a??bliie^Irybf< troulers .^rids'-a?  "'"" '" '--        '  stun  .to-^aeScL1:^.^^^  \*heh-,ihe.yy.were?_^^  V:'TlG_.rri&jr^^  ���������S-.-.-j-dith.'^lBn^  and; she - has ^to, be ?^bd'^Ipmy^^ar  sarids.-  :*rtf-_':.-r-.i__:.i^^  Known far and^earas *jmre  .teard':^������,.?but;  ;re-iM?Yrftere:i^^^  vthisFgaye-Golfo^  y^tsay delight? that first- boxVgay*; me?r������-  IS^ieif; i I joontintted to apply it^ to? the  l&Vbres^ and day by daythey^ gotHbet-  ;-;'? -^:.^=i,:fionid..fase:;thiat.Tafe'ia_t :I-vhad^got;  ������&>tt.oi4.i^  .fc^e, .:and";inithei?end.-ltT:^  "^���������'���������'���������-''���������'���������It^ls "now ���������'0"������y--'-������'?!-^������--*''??'sihce-??25am--  |?j-therei has been noorsturn? of?the ^c-  ^;-r^ma^or. any:? trace ::of?it."y..H4. -.-;���������'  fS:y Such is the?nature'_f?the?great?'_ur__  &? ivhich ZanvJBuU is dally ?������effectibfe;?  %���������? Purely herbal in composition, this  $'���������?. ^reatT-balmi-ia asuref cure, jfor all skin  - 'lico'i^BOTBm? yplfes^'ifs'ca^  ;:    -and brwses. *JjAl 1 druggists? and stores  5: ''v/^isrl-ei'v  rritich' ��������� so that ith 0 y tw,0 ^atchmen'ff&oy,  terlilne^ nb?susM  man who walked passed them and out  at;tthe--grea-:-'^^  and'va plank piibis shoulder.   The aer-;  ;gfiK^t:Von;:.;duty>:;afc.>JthedrawbrldgeSwas  readtrier a. letter ae; tie passed and? took?  ho notice? of hl^  !iii?-.tftV?.r.brali.s;K??^  ' ITour tllnes���������; that? clay^ the lastXtinae  at fisfey in' the? afteruooti; did tb e ?Gov-  ������nibr. ^Demarle: ��������� send . for? the "Priace.  ��������� Fiach time Dr. Gbxineau replled thatthe  Prihce'conld not see anybody because  he hod taken medicine.   When atilast  >h������ Gnverhor lost; patience and;;wentT  ?hin^f:^to>.the^ft^  :^alkea^up;:ito'i.>:he?-bed:^  ?8upu6sed?.inyaiid? waslying ?beydiEcby-  ei"ett" that- a? 'very ? presentable'dummy  ;had-4aken',.;:thes ^lac^^^  eon^5^iieTdlscbVt^:?4vW?JmaQe^  } 'By?!t*������at time ItWe > fugitive "was over,  ' t$tj4?y������3^iu^^  table Pills? have ^brought!y^fe^  thoiisands ?when btheryspecifiP?? ^������Ig;  pgiirf TniuVmerabie ;; ^testimonials  baii be produced to establish;W"W������  ^d? this ass-rtloh. ' Once ftried������^  ?srili be found superior ytoyyall otn_r.  pills i������' ���������th6....tre.B4.^c**v-:������*   ntlmehts  1U1      VVlllUU  they;  - v--������/va-V4������lliiO-Tl'  Clean' Uyln^'^g^^^  -    ���������   ...- .     _; 4. Jl .i.44������*4   ayf\f%n M������  uuu aiiu yv ������������^-r;o-  y iarapo-7A oaiu  cakes,v please. 'yyyy.yyy  ?   The: ?Waitress^--Two ^sppnges;-  a tatb^f or tlie gentleman, Please *  .and?  :���������������������������'-'i*Hfe:* preachettt best who stealethybest  fe All thbug,hts b(jtb greatyatidysmati^  ?��������� jFpri the- .;^afcymtody;thsi.t' ^ypreaphed:  ::y^y^^&myn^^yyi:yy '���������-������������������������������������---  ;..:>;yB*rbm'.';viiatui'6''^.S4piQ.;  %rv\     flli:-;:  mmm  Miti������dii_r_T  ^NEWttl  ���������At?:'L������aUt-^Sb'  .TELi-i-ll  ;Pi_r^Cen4;-fof:  *-nf!"*5^  fJC   ^rs54454,  Hots^keeosrs iii?' "Frarice  8W;:FBANC-vy:.  the-  Staff  vmm  ��������� ft__, ��������� &������J������*T  'y;.y>;: :������������������..):%^y?������M:y^ ,^is^eyr  .-v. f'y.       : :,1:,;: ������������������ ;.'y:;y.s'Mt?:^wyTb5^  He baa been a G_odT6id  the fact that fc6^cqui<������������t.han^  ing ���������'it; hadT;hlmTbea,t;yTf-;;f  ���������-:?y.y?T ;'y ??-y ??:^y:vyby^ft;;.v^  It wasn't W long agb:-lk^ said he cbuiai^dle aliouttZO?:or?'3Qjk'^:d'a^?a^dyW_ie;^nP^iny?y  the nibrhing, and take a full glas^  work.  Sutasyyears roll by? lt*s:a?diffi^ent story.; y Now? a, cpuple pt ? shpteybefpre :-breakf ast^ |  .is;just\starti3^'a'.?,!!tt!^'i������Jrunk.?'? ?.?? v ������������������������������������-���������;'��������� :?"-.';.;yv?.??,;y-'y  ������hls f^iiowiiadmi^  seen said he never felt betteriin his life^isli^i^y before dressing and gained 20 ppunds^yy  V   Sutr^T be :tbpk;thl_ treatmeat  ?riausea������es;nim^L>Ty?.;?;.s 'Y^y-y?.:;,?: .c,??      y'":"-  It you';are?a ^Parmer,?'Skill edMechanic^TTrav 'ma.n--^v?'',p'lnii  Take tlm* to; investigate oui^c^  lllssp____e  ���������a������&yy\  ���������t4V!|^''-J������-P:..  ?^'t������^_������D'5?.  BUTLER TELLS WHAT  :: K i O wiiy^l? S Li-3 y p; _������,��������������� :t  ^B*j������^i������^|r_d^ nervous and v'rUrJydowni  .::?. .vi ar.(i??.8Ufftsrad ���������.���������if rbrri,::? painaC;;" In y. ,the  ^y^c^^ppc^e;. ;��������� Kidn^;^.l|Hl^y|c"i^ed;  ft.. tlCr. . ..\rJ . .--IT' TT 's-TT'T:...:'...;...;   "'���������;���������.;. T .���������>������������������'������������������'>?..���������!:'.;.������������������-.���������.���������:   : ''TT; =���������'���������':��������� ^'?  : 'Jp^uetvilie^Gibucesteici ?G6^; N.?;3.v;  <Speclal>-^hat 'DbddrsJ Sidney- Fills  are suffe-ing^woinaii's best'^frlenawaS;  :' aever? better denionstrated tbaninthQ  - iase of ��������� Mrsi'Oep^i Butler^ a #ell^n.bwiv  ;p.'^d ::iiighiys respec'tJ4^:y-^  ���������^.���������tt"*-^? tiii libla^ W������3^ bi^aghtisni^by .?h=*S  ?;::^rk^^^rSv?Butl-r";'tells?:?^  ���������' ^?'uFoT.��������� .'.four'.: -years-; ���������.,X=ifiai?f fer'6d?^pml  ia the: back; .-^.ss^M^ays-itjfrei _  ���������nervbiis.  ?My ?b"eiadl?a_hedyan^.;?!? had  '.:; idark VclrOles J?imder >. .my *??ey es^TWhicl-^  ���������'���������?;:fAi5rS''^^S':':pi^*_v^at^r;-S  J? :^**^s to'^genera  ^itjptt^ba-: reeiiiig^?; foffiy 'ttuch>TydiB-;  " "a^fflH -T'TO?>'stS(?T.''g'tat'tsd'?V:to'Y'"take  " -a?--??'"  are? somewhat perturbed; by the ?^rppp^edy law  for the employ^  ceati;?;of??Frenchmen; :oiiv?their4? staffs;  Sutsh a. lavi?^ would ? not affect some of  the resorts where? the; visitors,? t-s^well-  atvthe seryaiits. aire nearly _ail^i-#ch;  '���������bjit.-.liu-'tbe EiYiera1 tQT*Ms:^d'ln almoist  Tpvery.":- Slt-cet: wherey-fin^lsh-speaklhg:  y^isltorsarenumerous the?Prench employe baaya?cbn_paratly:ely ^am,alt. Bhar^;.:]  ,ioi^o^yvo^yyyyiyyy^y'^yyr.y^yy\:  From the thanager downward   the  staf f;ibf ten; consists ������f any entirely fois  ._lgt^ elementi?ylargely^  Bwiss; ?ati_.?unless Prenchmeu become  Epilep&y is pne^Pf ?tl^yiips^p|W  trbuble^that afflicts;?thej^������^^  This trouble is also knpwa a^&  ig sickness'' or "fits ^r^e^a^;  suddenly    loses   co^o^snpaa^gand  falls;   ThP inuscler become,^J ,*������������  Nereis a-twltchlngor^Jac^^d  limbs, sometimes acc^i^^fe^^  5DOUl~; ii'^VVS "t?WSk,;: -1;  yThis--reatm  physician^ witn every comio^  . informatiptt.y;:*^;:#:r.;,^. ���������..:..-??,.. '���������/?������������������:  tmag oi  - ' .?*'ti.-.>>4.������:  nie  varying  'ms.'t^tmi'.  sy^ed:arid  KAftAr .  in other ? way ^render ? themselves (capable of lookiSg/af ter a. big cp-tinopoii-  tah clieritelej?the staffs are likely: to  remidn: mu^^n? their? present^  ?u6n.--T^?? :???,��������� yy y -yy. -yy yyyyyyyyy^yy  ? It is oiily a few?iye^  -w^kly'i,'d^:?;.bfr.'?.-.w^sv-^Y^^-'������^'^'-^  same "day of the week to all empioy-  v%ss -y -feut-vaf ter .-the- dlif Icultlesy and ;im-:  possibilities ofy the ?'Bij^^i^::i?ii^i������;  fciearl^jBi.-.wii'v'^  ���������clito^^^tJKn-_de;;- In-'?th6;T?lnte"rpreta'f  t-oir? -!Of- i.'iSe ItrV. -if Jmpd-_tbiHtV-S^#ilt  __ _ do������T> gleeu  St1Sn������^^^ata^e^^^  mav only Occur at intervals ^pi;^eyer-  SloS^butasthe^  ||^^"m?^ts>earUest -tagesvlha*-^?1  Smby ^-sesf ��������� been cured|by: f mmg  SStSeii the^ -yBteihiythus ei^  J^^ f I^^tsf the brogres-T o?ythe  ������%������m^hblfbitowing ^W^illSbe  Sf^Sest tP any who ^^m^^l  r4re"dt Varibus times, of. five aiupr-  eirdofto^ but they did him^o,gop J  ^Swas ^owlngy^prae.ali^Mffi  TiiiUlihosgotysc^bad^^h^ ha, won-P.  ^sbmetiin-s ;i; havey; PW^gZiXSi -T:  Sbasmsf in twenty^^Tr^^  --K;4Sc^������-l\-?rp������������-������*'--':?iiS*^'T'."  : Hamllns ."Wizarcl Oil?is. recewnieiided:  j by manyJ Physicians: -v\' It's-isi^^iiiilfii'-vin?  many public/and private cibpspitals..;  Why not^-eeptabpjtle bn^hand ini^pjii^  -mm HilnSi ������.  mw8-_i������  ���������      4^������������t,������1- ----  *t.'Vr\i*.>W4>C9������-i\a  ������_r< ���������"���������'.������'?���������������������������-.-'-.'.T^*'_lfc_ ____,��������� ��������� .fijlifc-".  yosnap   jrviuu-crj-   _-_.**__,  m*,.,    T    #������.,-_-.-3    -���������-4.3^-r   ������i*  "The TOamapnug^^of  ^^----     If  ��������� >.- .--.s  ; ib ?,,iue, 'Kiuineys.  tight?K^^Mbod  hiOOdr  *iealt^S?;Dbdd'8  the Kidneys  right-y  woman's health  tli������ kidney is are  ^ll^b<i������?yj^rp.:-V:.P.ure  eHstJiiti46sS?.tO 5GG1I i  Kidney Plllsi   make '  DOi f S>uvp:vmi ��������� ':������������������������������������ ���������  ������*1i_ft_i-_--  ?KiyMi_kidnews  -���������_-E2ffllBSS W  s'are not right.' your whole  ~'" '"   c6n.ditipn..-ana  T^WKnt t|0   H>oe^i4_������   nf mri'C.  TV. ^111- ��������� ; ..I.W-.4,.-. 4*44^144  .;;;;..;v;:A^^^  y "Bvory��������� tCWlstnias' .present ; should  _������e1 approprlato/' said W.C. McDonald,  New, Mexicb'a Cnew: governor,���������:. at.'.'^'dlii*  T-n.er'.in^SanM'-.?^??''^  ���������;' "We should ?hone of pa bestpw? our  'XJhrl-tmas preseritB so foolishly' aa?did  the rich' wldpw of Vhamberlno. ?who  sent 10,000 alarm clocks to tJganda to  hel p'' the poor sufferers frorijf si eejilng  ysickness." ;?: :.'.' .y.;.  fpr the-hiige  , hostelrles ? ^rhere ^a:c.ti������de?^nbwiedge:.  j;d������,ssyerai:.lahguages'.'i_^ei8Ben  A'.'; similar--ylaw cbnceimlng: doctors  practicing in French resorts has been  iEtei������j>i.'<.o f-r^sbmc ?,yc^rs; ��������� yThoush it  does not actually??f0rbldvtprei^?d6cr  ;tors,they'-must^^hayesbehtsbme years?  lu?" passing through the Prtmch curriculum before they are allowed to;  have? patients of their owh, niatlouaily  rwven. though they have the diploma ot  "thelrT'ownycountry. ;.���������.-/���������.?���������.?; :.y       '.:.���������;���������.:;:''?'.  ^ri.on tnv itiother advised  l^Si Dr.cMllla^s' Pinkji'ins  pills and   boBmninK/ ;5^k_ DB;?; BitASl-?a  SWEET  ;lflL33^iEUJ^S> atx? on__.?^he_i^ ?you<:.h.-V���������v 1  ISistne T??oai3kj' head&5he-3,,-isp">t������ befortr thaTg  Teyes^.^pi^nTJAh4_v Joints; iipd. <���������' ^ y't. y J";;?,.^;;T4i 1^  -'.%M4t>at-. -pieopl^-.lOaow^:^^t4ie'������������.vatae.-.)iK'i^e6!t;H  .nitre in? it?;.'action:..on���������'. the ''kianejfsi Slve' B  V6tK������r.-pr6y^:-,;sp4iai__a'?"-_������_J?.:'-_^  I''1 "cleanse; Wneand.-BtimuiBte-ipi^  .IRu. ,you- si^*?tod s^p; yPaiiffghtt. ?ysoia I  everywhere at fifty cents a box or -mailed g  ;cm*-e��������� by ,v yy:^yyy;yyy!:^yyT^ymym  .  THB MawiH;-Mt_T������_ WWW  |?T??i-^??:. ���������-.;.y.;wTjM_ip_ip-?<5a������ai^  P1. '.,  '" tsssssssismmms^mmmmmmmmmmmmml^  -<:���������-.??>*  cess r-in^pusin'ess  ;wbatStbe/"waiit?v.  v: vvMuntPburn.r^Svp,.? not, Exactly, T,?;edu>.  ca������itig;?4,bem^ into the things you'tiil-V-  ?'v?t?:f?!L-ES^CuiftEb-?:.|4y6:TQ^14^  i" oixr\ druBBiB - will rieTujid moaey ii;-.  OINTMKNT /tails   to ?<Si)u^:?iiDiy   6a������e J6t  iichins.   Blind;; Bleeding  or    Protruding  fue������ in - to i, ;day^ ;? 6������cv  Kemtttance  Trapp-ra.D e-aliers. ia   any Kiadpf lU-w-f-H-,  ^���������-���������Wo^;:;^Tibait^-6U������^";i-T.v^S&!  :^St������&ip4^^^!t.-Wy?:ST^:  !B-nt?<a.pi9..h.prjBqnrt_,j'^ ' "  i?f^S^l^|gM������gcl&sfe^^Mfe^^^TliiJ  ���������"''"���������'     ~ ="'?&^  ^!Hi_:?-!G _iBteW-;;.--biidb^?^i.way ?!Gi>_a-  ^^^igffjti^ijgag'.^!^  'Guillotine  for  8oldler  Murderer*  The French Senate lias passed a bill  under which bululevis o^ sailors sent*  ,:<?P.^*^..tn'.death by.a court-martial!��������� will  hencefprth" be .KUlllotlned.Instead of  shot, except in cases, where the offence Is one "which comes dirfectly un*"|  ,.,tlev.v,th-e rWllUary law. This bill was  "brought;in after the    murder   some  ,;,t������9ja^a^ ptl^-e;. Gotilp by finl^Iers.  <biia of whom, :Graby,: was sentenced  to death.. ��������� His sentence was eventually1 -on.rautved;' to;?ohp;;oi life imprlson-  ��������� ment, ;|i'.'^being deebi^d Inadvisable to  ask men doing compulsory military,  eervioo to form..���������a',JHrlng party. The  Ohorphor of Deputies passed the bill.  it Teetif lea for Itself .���������Dr. :Thomas^  .Eciectrlc OH heeds no testimonial of  Its powers other than itself; Whoever  tries it for coughs and colds, for cuts  or contusions, for" sprains^ or burns*  for pains In the limbs or body, well  know that the medicine proves itself  and needs no' guaranteis. This shows  why this Oil Is In general use.  1 got lute,;  1UK less frequtent, ^^v%^Z^j^Vy^~~��������� ..--...������.---, -  Itv and finally they ceased?^tpfet^ey. hvas^a great success  ii*-.l^l--������ ohniit two years since y h������ 1 live stock, I suppose?  ���������. ���������   -,-. , .. 4-.. ��������� .4....^. .... 4 ..4. ...   - _^___.__-. oAiiVn/V AAA        teni afisighea 10 ;������uyjj!iy./Toy,vyy4ivyy;TV_.-  Ai$y  TV UlC   Wei".   Ui.',���������:  UMl  . ���������._..__      o_Pn_ziedv?<������ii  't|statiohi_';'ctf:^|ts:fton^  ' r.-sn5ra:s liniment SiifSS.SSrpSt-;������s*ss^s?  NpWadays.^V?ii|y^.?:?^^  "Visitori^���������So ?ypur aJBricuiturai shoytt  - -""��������� -----     Big y exhibit Pt  Tt is now about two year  JkJtSl^t of the pilla. and he has  S^afS'mfe tltnei and lb nox^  ^^aud sSbng as any m^������m  ������f Ha age. I have great reason to be  ot;.ni������.asw*.  * "_4. *v.a r.ma huve done  tsWLVLtSlOIi  l-r-.-v.f-.  j   jiJ  keeps children  healthful and happy. ,  Giv<> them a few drops of  thirat-cngthemng food-  tnedicuiu cvory day and  watch them grow.  JT PREVENTS  ..������������������",.,���������,������ ���������������"!���������'. ��������� v * ��������� ������������������������������������ 1.';.',.; ������������������ ..? . '.- ."1 ''  Whooping ��������� Cough  'Bronchitis  Loss of Flesh  and many other trouble.  |WC  ������ ���������  .-44444W      4444", ,44# 4.M4���������������������44. , *0                                         4M4j  11-1.1    ���������  .' i   .    W. N. U. Ho. 00-        .   .  He sat down with a fountain pen,  arid with paper a ream or two, and  started a story of three bad men who  ran a terrible'coiners' den, and committed a murder, noyv and then, In .the  style Icliat sii'-h fellows do; ' :  He threw in,,a-, aweet: little love al-'-  fair, a gbPst and a BiiVuggler's cave, a  moated grange and a mlBfllhg heir, a  lunatic with a vacant stare, a wicked-  oypd woman with rod-gold hair, , who  worshipped the hero brave.  But alas! that the story wont astray  through an'overwealtli. ot crimes, 'tis  Bad to Bay, the threo had men did  'cruelly slay the hero-bold In a dlffor-  [ent wjiy,'no less than seven times.  "To write,", mused the youth, "Is beyond my.ken," as ln blank despair he  sat. "I've finished forever with those  bad men. .Farewell ghost, grange and  fountain pen, and if evor I start to  Vvrlte again my hero shall be ii oat."  yVear of Trafflo on Roads  , A: machine tliattmoasuroBt^o wear  caused, by traffic upon the publlo  highways Is among tho Bclontlfloln-  atrumontB on show at tlio exhibition  of the PhyBloal Society, of London, at  the Imperial polloge of i3clottco,  South Konsngton, In speaking aVout  this machine, an officlul of tho Koad  vUoard rotorrod to, tho wear pn tho  various main roads of London. "Wood  pavemont," ho said, "wears down  about ono inch In six years, except In  places where the traffic Is particularly liilenaf. Tlu: uahphalt pavcrrn-.n* in  the city wears down abo'it half an  Inch In ton years. Tin owrnaiy  country highway wearB do vn two in-  olios In from throo to toh y_av.i. ac*  cording to the amount of traffic."  . ; ���������   ,". "-'''Vi/!'.^.      N_������id_d ���������<<'���������'���������'���������  "i oay, rny tfllaat*," oxolalmed a gbld*  en youth,1-to a protfy nurse maid In  Ilyda Park, "I tylsh I wai a youngster  iu   juui   4uituirT,u'  So do I," rooponded tho girl, "I  should then havo tho chance of tench-  lag you botlur inanuor-."  "Do you love your parents, Uogl-  imiu <  ''Aho"why do you lovo your parents,  Reginald?"  "Or, It's the conventional thin*."  ttom TltS. WiiMiims'TM^lplne Po..  .Brockville, Ont.  ... ;....  ...:.,,: ,; ���������, ���������  "in ttie Paddlhgtbn borpugh of t,6n-  donrir von op^rate-^ a. .^^^  S' was������tiiot^once a week and open  ���������ft? * Endows of all Bleeping rooms at  ^oi^^:������-^?K������e^  ., .:t!..Mlve.)~NoUayoue;''.r  had.'���������'���������.to-ruise that spaceyto,??pack?the  automobile-, in.:?? y.y: yyyy'yyyp''::yy  aaleklsr stops'- condhs," cwras colda. b������������la  -     ��������� -���������    ������������������������-.--���������-���������������������������    ''j  ���������;-,..-.'������������������SS.cesSsi'  th������ thr������������% *������i' K������_._8,  '.t..  ?������;���������'S^ther;. 'Bernard T;;^ughan^'jA^'?dJ8-:  tingulshed:-Jungiien ''^eS.tT.*n_f ;������tutUo-ii:  saldvbt an unbeliever^ during a recent;  pp'ipny'v^rryr^y-  He is like the  _���������jh Council  much can be  healthy.  of Paddlngton  donp   to   make  tnem  Etc  18  Mlnard'e -.Inlment Cure* Cotdw,  Tho Insane asylum In Jerusalem  otie of the,latest philanthropic con-  ooptlons.-' The father of this Christian,  movement ,1b the Rev. J. Borondt, who  Is now pastor of a similar institution  in Berlin.  .     *W������������������ll.4*,l-^>^������-.I.L������.l_.lll.4_4_-l<IB>.l,-W.|  President Van Buron cBtabllshod the  10-honr system In tho navy vardu of  the United Statoo ln J 840,  The wrist contains olglit bonoa, ^hp  palni five and the fingers fourteen  ..',;..'. -'?y8ure;of 4ha;.'9potch;',..'.;'y.;'?'.;>.,..'���������?'?"  '-'%" Scottish laird bVertieard some  Lowland cattle-dealers; discussing the  iiBe ot "England" instead 'of "Britain."  ln?frel8'op.,8';famous signal. "England  expects that every man will do his  duty." a ot-ordlng to . one patriotic'  Scot, thereywas np ,question...ol the  admiral's forgetfulnesa, and when a  companion expressed? surprise at; the  "Injustice," the patriot reassured him.  VK������lsnn,'V he explained,* "onlyibxpects  of the English; he said naethlng of  Scotland, for he Icent the' Scotch  would do theirs."  ^lauy mothers have reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worni Exterminator,  because It has relieved tho llttlo ones,  of suffering and made them healthy.  ''Why were Adam and isve driven  from the Garden of Ed oh?" asked the  Sunday Bdhool teacher. "1 y suppose  because they slartud to raise Cain,"  replied the boy at the foot of the class,  an  i^K^lnflPprpritp  ;' "He misunderstands  iittipis^bpi'^giri.;-,,:. '-..,��������� ^yyyyeyyy  fS'A?"schbbI "teacher ihculcatlng^prlri-'  ciplea pf. morality in her young charge  es^^ald^'yrie/il'clay:'y-''" -\i^���������'?.^'''v?^^''?;^  yy���������V^Nd'V,??.:my' dears, if; you; do.t-right  ?always ybtii; w;ill each .wear a -golden  i'crbwn.*;���������;���������.���������;���������;?��������� ?��������� ���������.'��������������������������� ������������������.:' ���������������������������,'.���������,..; ���������::.,.)yy"y  ???.jVMy papa.i^ears a'gold crbvm;_ibwi'  allttleiyglrl:of six years piped. '; >  t/v'^I'have'-.of tenseen your, father,,Jessie;- cald^the; teacher, with a puzzled  smile, 'but I never noticed his. gold  icrpw'ri.'������������������; ;When' arid; where does' rhe!  ' It?'."    ss&ayp;y! arid-?;, ?exepedlngly ^.uavm^_pdg  .;titom^JMn4p..:'ii^  woe^^^;;)?.?,;:\'L:"':'^S3:^  ^^'Safe-ds^Iittlb^on^^  ?hob6;S^f_r;?:a;;ai-iSint:W";b4^:yi^  only im^ -.ynHi^iyi lbbts_?i_mfM^br^ten  ;*up;^i^^ica..Iy.w_?__^^  -left??Bhdulder^^'-?^'.*^'---'-^-';'?.^?;?'-'?-^  "'-iy6'u^^ust.-iiav^4iHedS:t6^  'cieatt?T^i^.'^??-;?vs- y y'. ~' :yyyyyy:'yy<yyky'ygm  r-.t .'-^v* ���������. :iiWkri4&m  ,���������..4;,.��������� ���������;;., .���������,���������.- Tif-./--  Th'i Subetltutet  ������������������< ':< y> yy. ���������yyyy^^^  .j^ttyr^wj^^ndm  a^ay:m8?year?^f'|:^  * ;.'IJalBy>^_ar?:5n^^  picture,?' poatai'':'.card b, -v yfiyy^^^y^Myf^wM  ���������-.".;.'.'..'..";.?' !..;,'...,.: y.y.1., ���������.....-wan ? ���������;��������� iuii^iy^.j^rff:.---M-yy^-^^^.  ?? viihere are about-16?deaths;.torevery  birth{bccurrl_g?jat:aeai;K;*?:.H   Try Murine Kye Ilemeay.  No Smi.rtlnfir���������-F������el������  tratcd Book lil each Paclcape.     Murine  U  oomttpBnaea. by.onr, o-oi^wx-iiflLa" ' "  lolne'  led by. 00 r. O-nlisu?  nt ^sod in ������uo<wM^������lVP(l������y*leltfi_i(iPiiitt.  tlco for xnunr re-rs.. Now. dedicated to th������;-Pub*  y:ji  '&UM  \S7'rf-lA_1'.'.|_'"'P       ' "���������'���������'       ������������������.''������������������'   1        ' "> '-' _-������rfM     ������������������������������      mm.~mm*       m*���������m-~- ���������,������.,          _.      ���������   "'Sr1.', y,y, ���������'���������',������ '��������� _. ���������'���������'...i-i.,' "   henna ������old by UrufiglBtB tvt 860 ������tnd .SQo MrBottl*  ���������f ���������(,-!.'-c,He'alvfays wears lt,\said th,p;lltUe.^Murin������ji������^&UTp^  glrlr solemnly, 'on his toof.'" Wurlrio Eye Wemcdy Od.fc Chloos^  ... ....    ..    ,.,..,,,. ....-���������  ^ ....���������,-������������������,���������. t:.^.^. ...  '���������'.ViC':i>  ?;';rfS;  I dyed ALL, these  ^N DIFFERENT KIKDS  of Goods  *lfh ihe SAME Duo-  I used   11 Willi I Ml-f������  No Time for. Slummlnfl  ���������Tho ltov. Sylvpsker \Horne, the noted liberal clergyman and member of  Parllamout of London, was talking at  a dinner about charity.  "Tho trouble with most charity,'*  ho ijald. "Is that, it in adullnlBtored In  a; grudging, oondosceuding spirit.  ��������� Charily, to have any effect, must ho  administered ln a spirit of absolute  sympathy���������a spirit,, l may also say,  ot aboolute humility. 'To uplift, gpt  undbrnoath.' as tho philosophic Ado  onco said.  , "Thoro was onco n London lady, tho  wife ot a millionaire promoter, who  docldod. being rathor horod. to go in  for ohnrlty. 80 sho rang for hor ol*  ootrlt* hrougham and glided in a lux*  urloiiH silence down to tno Now Oui..  "Tho lady ooloctod tho voyy worst  honso In tho Now Cut, and f>h. pah!  a .all of about half an hour on tlio  poor, tlrod, undorfad wniuin whp lived tbero. Tho fiuoBtlons uno m'hcfl  the woman wore Biiporcllioitu ami 1n.  pertinent. Tho lady had a v^.*y good  Uirtv.  "But when sho camo to go, hor Iiob*  lewis, who������<? ohoftks woro unwontedly  red������ mih-i- ������poil_il her soon Mm������*' by  quietly Maying:  " 'Well, goo������1*hyt>. mndtim.  suppose I'll soo you again.  in. 1 haven't time to go olummlng my  ,������oir.'" . ,  INTERNATIONAL STOCK f OOKB  Is a sg-ioniiici fttpi. rroduoor  The successful hog.r������ltier is th-man who bends every effort  4opr*ve^t,dlM������iLiand7^Kl--.R,Hl������!)HOG������^^ j5  He provides "hit nogs .with warm, clein quarters���������and add. "  a little 'flNTERNATIONAL !?TOCK FOOD " to ev^ry feed.  ;;: t ;Thli Wonderful' tonic keeps the. blood jiurti-J-r-jtulat-s the".  bowels���������makes the anlhials eat well���������and thus fortlflea  them  , .against those,banes pf t|iebrt}edert-Hog Cholera and Pneumonia..,'.  3 FEEDS for ONE 0!������NT  Yoa can easily raise������ Fail Pit-" ikrid have themIflne  gi.ntt fat for the market In May or tune, if you feed  "INTERNATIONAL STOCK KOQ.5..V , ....,������������������  - ���������Your eows.will raise two upon i.iTTUHfiof ntfonur litalihv  pica ������ucn VHAR If you>'e������l fNTERNATIONALi STOCK  FOOIX lfor fatteninir. ._>���������*��������� .tor ^wiarket. at t|iti/uw ot ������'03  pound- extra a day, there 1- riotnln j In tho world to compare  with it .  '      1   ,'   . ���������'      .  The bir hog*���������-prise wlimer������i. \v*ifflilng from 500 I0600  p-unds-are reJulaVly f*d' "INTKRNATIONAL STOCK  FOOD." Why don't yeu feed it' an- mukn mora money out of  your how?   3,PeedsforynpeceiU.   .,,; Forsyte at all Dealer^  :wi  'iW.,*.'!!. \?y.r  nn  International Stock Food Co., Limited. Toronto  -lAj-'.-H.'Jv^M  OLHANnntJ eilMrLK to Utti* |  NU4j5i������4������������4v������ul 4>4UHm <������������ v. nui.u I'y* mm ��������������������� ���������������..������������������  ��������� ������������������ mmmmmmmo -  a    -*���������  ���������   NO.  Jol_u(uilUt-������rd.v>������< Cm.,Umim4. Hm  . a  ,<44 4|  T don't  Tho fact  Among tho birds the swan live* the  longfftt, at tim������H i'UM_iiai������ ������*������>" ������,.������.������-  ������fc< of thr������o htmdrod ya*rn. 1 lie f������T-  con baa boon known to live X������? yoatn.  ���������MUM*  Keeps your, Harnostj^0ETA$ AGLOVE^  TOUGH ASA WIRE, BLACK AS A C0AL  Sold by Dealers Everywhere,  The IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited.  .'i.  .; ^ rii...���������>  '../;.: ,%'i   i,v.  .-:%,  ���������H..1V  .1 ,.'>-,,:  nnrnt  ���������������^^Y^^-le"^������^"  vm  ���������;  Economy  in  little  t.-iiii������i ������li juat  important  as economy  in big tiling-  EDDY'S*  will answer one o. youir "economy questions."    60, years  of constant betterment litis brouRnt them to such perfect*  tion that one Eddy Mtttch dot.* U.c. wgrk of acvemi other*,  of inferior rnake.  ALWAYii   ASK.  fUK   t.l>U_'_>.  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"1-%... -"'l  ��������� -*>       4S--.P-4,  -4  J - J"  r.    i"S -4 "  "*-.4"   -J'J-V       '*���������������   ���������  ��������� UU  1 unfit--IMHi'-TT Kin'ln  ,*Mffi  CMST6M ySMi-W,   ____-TON,'~ B. 6.  ^       ���������������" **      . _ *- ll" I"*     --.#-^.-^4 -*������*_k. 4 f  1     *Jll-Ij"'^i ^aagi"ri^V<>-T'litit,,fi,'oftiiMi   lln -1lt^---_a--������a������ii   T         -    -    --     11 1     1    |    wwn  ��������� 1      t ^-   j  V"        4('  4^==.M0Utf_illhMM__---_UB-n  ITfe Creston ^evi^m  aye./ -Friday av Ore-tun. Bxiiisi* Cwln-ubia., t>y tl*������ v������ss������gi-���������-. ns---^  _W*t  V5S  j -uk.   .  ^���������a*"���������u���������"Jl.^l'������������������������?!��������� J'. '^-Lfw^.y /  "rf7 :   ���������        "      ^- .a  ,1  sj5 aad Fablinsds-f Ous-paajr, _-tu  0_n_srr_iS I_. W-S-fif  ^* 3_4--4-fi   A.__4.--l     7lT__*5___tf___4W  ^.11 jlk__l        Wmm\*Jm       A^ACfci--CA ^V*  I        S  ?   v5>  Creston  -j  FIOTP!"__!������  S._$.S_4-_wiitheaoknswlsdged advertising medium of theOreston valley, oir-  f j^j^ggy *��������� ava-. tmm *h_*"*s=ssd homes throughout the Creston district; ana  7_*chi-jgoat In*broadmanner iatoother communities. Our^^.trCis-nexBMB  STl������������*rd on tho scsJ, of the Kootenay and 3otmdary Printers' Boardof Trade.  Land purchase and land leaae notices, $7 for stotutory ^Display odver-  tw���������/n_ ������i nnrinnh ner month: other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and  g&yanoB,  t_  signed  /^YT  XB?  ifle past lew montas aavc aaOwu C4**-t*-xv-4.**wjijr ____.. -^������-s.  toa must become an organized game district witb a properiy  appointed game warden if tbe sportsmen of tbe boundry  country are 10 os ca_._:i- tnio ������oa_.iuci*4i.i_������Ai. -uc _u._.u_*-������^**^  arcane- Creston have been famous for years for the plentiful-  ness of game and, just at the present time, little is being done  *0 preserve this^asset to the community. In fact the game  g������siss to be disappearing under the hands of the Indians and  a few whites who have no regards either for the laws of the  Ifro^iss������ ot t������������e laws of sport.  Tne T.r-_Ke*ir siiriwrvision of the Creston district is vested       ji- r-.4-������--.4-. g;-- -    -- --  in James Bates deputy warden of the Cranbrook district and  he is located too far from the seat of these illegal operations  to*!������ effective work. He has recommended several times  *j-.o������ fT-.s V!a11gy shonM have a deputy garden ol its own and  sho-ild be rigidly organized. Provincial Constable George  Gune has also^^ fec^BSiaeacted such a course. Lack of interest  >o_t?^e^������rt of She people is blamed ^ the condition of affairs  ?ana lortne non���������apposuantsiit oiai-csa g������*s55 ������uracs. xix^  offidais directly^ concerned in protecting the game have done  ���������j. ������������������   ���������-���������; ��������� ' .'���������     ���������'....-    ...'''��������� .���������-.������������������.������������������'.  ;^UM-^eir power but there has been so support on the part  of ^e people*    As a resijlt the authorities at Victoria, have  4aBowed the matter to be p-geos soled-asd sothmg has beeB  dose.   There sre a couple of men in this district who have  applied for the position and with a fair amount of support on  ��������� the part of the people one: of them should be sucessful-   It  ; is a matter for the people, the Conservative club, the Beavers  and every other organization in the district to take an interest  ia and to push along until something is done.  U  will  make   no   mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  1 The Leading \ tlie  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  I T?M*f   / **_������ 1 m&n  ^^  substantiate  this.    We  |������-������     Q, -���������5 -  stu^y  tlie comfort of our guests.  " fruit    Beit j The rooms are well furnished in  ������ a manner up-to-date.  fSix  I  I uor   fj&ests j  V3v������  !/<a������K)4. x-J������������   x������������4.  4r������&4.   ^ ��������� ������������������a������'������si4_r_  ���������vSS5"  tJ-^B  i>��������� ^5s/  Headquarters for Mining Men,    ||  Luiabermen,   Rasicher^,  Tourists  and Commercials.  ������l^ ������  *r r  ������?  t_. ^  <4>je >-������- --  r  #  T^_  T_r  ft-C. 5l/7.������^,__.nt<__k  Z5.   IttOrori  r������ston  44^e*a..x::;^^:^s.-.--T--^   |r        j* wete iv auyivitiQ igoil vvrtrtt  in  tl5e iS5U-#iC  ^ Line wbtcb v$e ������������o not afocp. ^������e \������i$5 orbe? tt for  ^ou Specially.  Creston Drug&Book n  Phone 51  I ������-_  ansier. Livery asio reeo siaDiis i  (Best equipped Livery In Town)        , |  ^   Ail ol .ss of XUBNOTJTS supplied at short notice.   She latest siylsa sf ������  j|   OUTTSES and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack hotm* a g  j t/tf a������_i_if4���������. &^>  w������  Speoialisy.  K  SS  Saturday  a b  ,        ��������� .   ,  nnraM nw> fud������      ���������������>  _D 4 w *     . ~ **   " "" n  $   I am prepared to fill nil orders, both hy wire and mail, and met.* sll teniae    a?  IIB  *   a. any hour of the day or nigh..   Commercim men and lands-ekera, will  t^ receive prompt attention  . ._ ' &  l_r  ������.  S5SSS  44  There^5 f.e'^ a Xa������o; of Gocf of _S&**_  rems north'^t:ym^^Three/>'  ^r^\'-^-S-:te^--��������� ���������KIPLING  I���������I   ?% ^.^r*-r^_^_sa---i+K Pi^nri  OT   1    -������   v������<rti i������iy\/i wuuij i     S W^|k_f  Wphone 66 Sirdar Avenue " Bos H    #  ^sagggggii M I, ���������,     .IB  rr> v ������ -----  ������4    T  _-������-. tr   a    ^ t  ���������A   f "9 f>  IHE.   V-.A1NAU1A1N    DAINK  COMMFPrF  ���������������m^   T4���������<^   i ������  Ai ? a ���������������-I a -������.   '-ir* ~    --  _^v _--  a      a ������������������������  \    / 1  SIR EDRflUND WALKER, O.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PkESIBBNT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, GpfERAL MANAOSR  rirst  i  of RE  Have we forgotten sojftething in regard to the delegation  iaat went to Victoria to ask for- reclamation of the lowlands r  Walter Jackson writes us saying that we have. We agree  with Mr Jackson and The Review is willing and anxious to  open a subscription list to reimburse the men who went to  Victoria and got the survey which will be made of the flats  during the coming summer. Mr Jackson suggests that every  man who was at the mass meeting held on January 33 go  down in his pocket and give a dollar towards reimbursing  the delegrtion. That sounds like business. Bring on your  dollars. The Review will take charge of them and make an  accGUSting to ths proper people.  ._&_;.������������������.'���������        ��������������� ������������������   * In another column of this week's issue Prof. W. S.  Wftlk-tr of Bonners Ferry has gone into the atmospheric conditions as they exist in this Valley in a most interesting and  -convincing manner. He discusses plant life here to some  .extent and his remarks have much of a new thought in them-  Mr Walker knows the Kootenay country and is now making  a number of experiments with hard woods and other species  . of growth which he hopes will turn to the benefit of the  Valley at some future date.  ; Mr Walker takes the stand that " no human hand can  alter the meteoric conditions of this valley " and touches  i. jupou the matter of condensation and evaporation along some  .new lines.   He aiso takes the stand that more cultivation  ;<wft_ bring more condensation to the valley aud as a result  more moisture for the fruit trees.  A communication has been received on the same subject front Guy l>wenberg but lack of space compels us to  hold it over until next week. We believe that this full and  ire������ discussion 01 the Vaiiey as it wiii be affected by reclamation is doing considerable good especially along educational  liiitA an U������ mlml we really hav* in this section.  St������  '_*sr ������������������������.;������������������:  ...... .(/......  fJAjgH'S Great  01 xne i^u2.i  Frontier  CAPITAL, - 310,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  A Play Teeming with the   Rugged Strength of the =  Northland.  The Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce an a;Sftfe5  convenient and economical method of remitting- smalt suritis of mSncy.  They are payable without charge at every branch of a^haitefred ba%|c .ft  Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and hi the principal cities of  the United States. . ?, .   %  The Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained  on aoolication at the Bank:  In the event of less of a Money Order the Sank will on recsist of  a satisfactory guarar������Tee; make arrang-smcr.ts tc refund ths auiouuk u*  the lost Order. ' av.3%  <PESCY*.MWlERrSf������ttSgePyCreston2r*n*     '  Direct from Its tong Run at the .New Amsterdam Theater, New York City. Complete Scenic Production. A  Company of Picked Players.  ���������H  PRICES, n and 75cts.  EOLI  (Continued from Page X)  eylooust,, persimmon* lemons, ornnge,  Ast, hazel and elm. All theee aro, of  oourao yot in tho cooBorvatory; bufc I  have some oaks that havo grown well  outdoors for more than a year.  I find that the Bandy soil on th? bench  above tho Kootenay river ia a fair heat  conductor and that mulching n plant  with two or three inches of it retards  evaporation aouiowhat more than half  XhiB for July. A vogotablo or compost  mulch of, Bay nino ihohoo, about berry  IwhIhihneemfl to insure entirely against  drought.  No amount ol' local climatic influences aro discoverable iu any important  degree Tho rainfall is moi-o regular  than In any other part of tho couutry,  exoept, perhaps, tho valleys just inside  tho Ooast Raugo in Orogon, Evaporation in Arizona is, near or at the Mo*  javo DonoiI; about 8 foot iu a your.  That is n lako of auy extant not greater  than tho dosorfc, and 8 foot doop, would  disappear in on������ yoar. Here tho abnonco  of any tnnluh of whioh is restored iu tho  cool uighti In a period of Ul days, a  Ions of only a litt.lo over one ponxnit, ot  soil moisturo oconrrod dally. A oareful  ehnnrvation ot 42 days, in whioh it was  found that a duit mulch, with hoe or  take or burrow, gavo the following:���������-no  mulch, as above; 3 inoh mulch, dry soil,  5 percent for tho first three days, less  than }4 P0>* oont daily afterwards; 0 in.  mulch, dry soil,2 percent the first 3 days  not clearly calculable after that; and a  nino inoh mulch of dry soil gave less  than one percent loss for the whole  time. All mulching was stirred daily.  No human effort can niter the motecr-  lo conditions of this valley.  W. S. Walkor.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church*  Feb 18th (Quinqnagesima Sunday)"���������  Anniversary of Dedication.  Matin's, Holy Communion      11 am.  Briokaon Sohool House 8 p.m.  Sunday School 3 p.m.  Evensong, Sermon 7:80 p m  Philip O. Hayman, (Vicar.)  Get your Wines, Liquors>\ S|  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches, i ������  Pipes, etc*, at the  Creston   Wine   &  1  Spirit  WS'^-1  1?.  s.  06^0  ::;PfGfr+ ������������������.������������������'��������� J  .'. ���������.'-,'���������'''  . ������������������'.,;;���������'  '��������� ; '-. . '      i    ���������  L1QVOR ACT, 1910  SECTION 40  NOTICE is horoby given that on tho  TCwonty-slxth day of February noxfc,  012, application will ho nmdo to tho  Suporintondonfcof Provincial Policofor  the transfer of tho lloouoe for  the sale of liquor hy rotail in and upon  tho promises known as tho Burton  Hotel, tiituut.o ait Cretiton, British Columbia from WilHan. II. Burton to  tho Creston Trading Company Limit-  oil,  Dated thin 18th day of January, 1012.  William H. Burton,  Holder of Union ho,  Tho Creston Trading Co., Ltd.  Applicant for transfer.  I'or W. II. Johnston,  Manager.  Dr. de VanV-Female Pills  A rnllttbldi I'rencli teci.liilor j never (oil*. TJuino  pills _ro ������xcoedliigly iiowordil In rnauUtlwr tin)  u������n������rntlv������ portion of On* f������m������l������ avitam, Knfu������o  Nil clttup tuiiutlonu. ur.tim Viua'������ ui*> sold at  fit ft box, nr thr<i������ for 110.   Mulled to any addr.it.  Ba W vUOi       MilnL  H  , Our NtwMilM^iUMiit Iim m&ttitaM  Iim madtt auoocMtUl tt.n or -___��������� ������_��������� miUrn  the victim* ot Mrhrtai  eoutui, who tue jfullurwi |r iit*l-9oii ve <  lv������rp������Hcof eaerjry wsd^S-StST T5K-4 |  ublndenpalrlnoftufo you bav������ trcxt������f ������  other dootoi_, used ���������I-otH* \>*m^W*  varTous dru* Mora no-truiva; T- ^^  [itrti  patVnt medlpliiw. T^g tfan* ol tbo  our wontjarfui ~ *��������� - -  not.fftlt  ���������tuiir  o������ptt_.  .  &utmd*imtvimr������OYe*ar$.  ii toafvtduftlmm,,; on)/ ���������luriEl*._mm ������������������������  tod. W* Uwm aemm lbi>l-i_-i litniufclMI  mAmfefrnfrnfmYeum   ;.���������,.-. ������������������ yTy^yF  CURABLE CASKS CUAHANlllO  ���������  ,f ..- OR NO rAV���������'.   .'.,���������-������ .  ���������'nnyhnrtd, Wi-n  i-nhiwvt. Fiithflrhwj  edj oa DImmmoC M*n.  ������3r__r__z_7^  Drs.1  Cor. Mlchl3iin A^. and OrlswoW St., Defrolt, i|_ch,    ^i  pM__*������ii oticis ^v.^^fe^n**���������^������������������-.->������������i������  **" ^r., ���������������������������������������������-i-W-iiMWWWi ment in Windsor, Ont. If yon de-lto. <i  cco ua personally call at our Mtdical I,.������������tnte1n Detroit tu wefsee an������ftr__I  M*1 ������������"��������� *u our Winder offices which arc for (--rt^poftSSe S3  JUftborotory for Canadian business only, Address all leWfT^Qfj^oWawS?  l>kSJ. KENNEDY A KENNIW5Y, Wlnd|W. 0������K  '^HiaUmmWmW^^ II  lli     ' M  mMtm^mmmmm  mmmmmmm  ���������'.    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".-;.; ... ���������../.. ,j������{'-.-, .i������4.vA,.<t^.i.������-^^ u--t tfjfa  ������"4 ���������,J.l,lllllllll-:,|.|l,l.l4.^,l.lll������l44������������J44lda4imi4.44|U���������MA���������|,|ll|JJ,H4^  nrn linn il miiiliiiiMillll'ii  warn *���������     ^  ���������/*    l" "---ri4*,ji44.   4J4.  ���������'CFfiBuEMC  r o-sir ���������* oolTif?il  m     - so       aa   .-JB.  3  fIB'-'i'li-lM:b'VB-l a ii t i I"i  91,,   BUKIWi.,       B-������444f(4.,������������,4.444'^  "   |"   |*.I44.44  i 0������ - ayKIHHMw    buyn g ���������   yf    mu I i������i������������ - - l^^Mmmn  ab   shbs _a a ca 1-  ill iimMiH  a a* a anas, umi* #,���������___���������������  ������r  ������_������������/___._��������������� ' aammm)  -4B _-_������������������*", <GO&g*������b  ������������������Mi 1  444B4941  .     ���������  J.  his Hotel  is one of tlie     g  i" *"*     ���������   j    best    known    and     popular  THE HOME     j    Hotels  in  the  Kootenays.  B   I  ci     g  ������������������������ jp tm a r *> * -? A/ f  f  ,rc.������"i������.������4_r ������������_���������������������, ������  i^.>  H   I   j   ~~'y"Z"   I    of goods.  j .The dining room is strictly i  I up-to-date and the bar sitf?- g  I    plied ���������sv-iti- only the best brand  B  B  l ���������m+nr-wHmrt M     ttmtwm  ROQMB  5   ngjrmiTi���������  .1    r~**  T_S   r~^  - ^rCStOIL D.Xmmm.  _r wstSa Wmffg0<mmB*iw0amgv m ������__> ������*_. __? 0   e ������_��������������� ������~**~  AND "'.-'.  WC -'WaMTTmER of three certain .Judgments obtained  in tiaree certain actions in this __ Honourable Court between  Paul A. Paulson j Plaintiff (Judgment Creditor) and International  Lumber &. Mercantile Company Limited, Defendants (Judgment Debtors.)     s  ..K**m  **. ���������^   ii������WB   A***>    w-   --"-WW   T.-JtT-iffr    W 4 VHJ*   ���������*_:   "'--'���������--'- ^������������������_- *-^     _-^-._*_������������4_.������r|   ���������������**���������������   M-w   VWW|    "*-" *"��������� *" "������������������"-** ^-   -*���������w^--���������-_������._-���������,,        *__-i~---.--. -my          m        m -  tender or nriv&.a sal? as tbe -&_? Sheriff may deem expedient for the purpose o! paying th������ judgment and coats reooverea  herein.    " ^   ���������- '' *  The property to bs sold ia Safe-Lotail, 14 and 15 cf Distrlot Lot _������3_, Group 1 Kootanay Die-riot, containing together  4.477.4 acres: 81.h-.n_s ������ .a gatd X.ot 4592,t-_oun l.Kootenav District containing 511.20 acres, and also thb timber now growing and standing on aublot 1 of Lot 4592 and oa sub-lot 13. of Let 4685. Group 1, Kootenay District, and on Lot 362; ttroup  1, Kootenay Distrlot, , "        ^ *  !  a  mammtmmmmmmM^li} '\-Jfe.  If" "fit*!  ' * 4. 'f*������������l  *t irsl  '   .    "fiW  -; r-j. rw  '������������_._A!Mi  _>_>������������_-_������������&��������� 0  Sow Burns' Fertilizers  And Reap Doll_-rs.  *f*._������4_-_--.  FLAMES   DESTROY    HOME OF 8  iin_iuy__.iid  This was theheadiine that appeared in The Revs ew.v.recently- In the account of the fire it  sa ys they carried  un \uim\M  s  ���������  The aams of th������ Judgment creaicojfiatifaai a. Fetusc-n ~-is ts;������ aasisor tfee .jnaomen. uwwx* *������  Lumber & Mercantile Compaoyi Iiimited.1 ^  Sab=I-Ot_ 11,14 and ]5,Sab*I_ot S,������---l s_.-i-lot 1 of Xiot 4593 and Sub-Lot IS.of DistriotliOt 4592,Qr4rap 1 are registered ia tbe  name of the B.C Southern HailwayCsapasy and the Jadgm8a.Deb������C-S hold Ass-gam-ats of Agreements over the a������id I*otB  and sire entitled to call on the B.O.SQttthem Sailway Company for a Cotiveyanoe of the same subject to the oar?Ji������S on<^ ������  the cerixis of tha Agse-ssnost for Ssl������"as*5 pr*svb*4=e g?si>ted by ths-=s*d B.G.So������sSa5&?s IJail.?ay Goaspsay over ssad Snb-~.ois  The Judgment debtor are also the owners of the timber now growing and standing on eub-lot 1 of Lot 4692 and on  Sub-Lot 13. of District Lot 4592, Group 1, Kootenay District, and Lot 362, Group 1 Kootenay District.  The whole of the said property alMSY������ described including the said timber is subject to tne following judgments recovered hy tbe above named Plaintiff against the above named Defendants in the Supreme Court of British Colombia,  namely:-Judgment of the Supreme Conrc of British Columbia dated the ISth day of December, 1S09, for the snm oi  *_4.241 64 for debt and costs, registered on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1909 and re-registered onthe 11th day of December, A. D. 1911; Judgment for $16.416.97 dated the 29th day of June, A. D. 1910 and registered theist day oi _iuy  iQia; onA Tn^gjaent for ?S07i.S4, dstsd the 36th. day of Ootober A. "&��������� iSlQ registered the 6th day of February.-A. D. 1911  It is intended ihefe the saie shall taie plaos at the Sheriff's oScs at the Oeusffc Ho_.se ia the City of Kelson ia ths Province of British Columbia, on Monday She 12th day of February A. D. 1912 at the hour of 8 o'clock in the afternoon.  Call or send for   our  j  New Pamphlet which'Is   I  the International S������   full of nseful itsfonnation  'f  i V !.,  I v      ,rl4yB  1  for Fruit Growers ete.  i         la   wii\'  m .Hllllia.C     E*Va    *____  ���������   S      ������4tV8l1t4^,    WiWVI  CRESTON  JOp^tffa  sin  Lsuyfifiiiy^i  =w  ������H       "?m.Am.  __-.4<������������A _4       &$.em^5.  rsssrs ss' st ies?on  _i^re=   ������\?& ycs?3_   s?sj.b;5__j bm-j  L,4.]i4lSM4._  4.4.4.A<.4Ai,0       1-fr  ������-s������*   act-io. s-5-a*=   ss|- *%*l-2@_  UU IIWIU&D. Ul Vf tVVV-VWi mm.     ���������������������������   m^m.mr   ������������.4-     ��������� ���������   ���������   1  S. P. Tuck,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  DATED the Slst day of January, A. D. 1912.  J. A. Harvey, ��������� ������������������*'*���������*-:������  Solicitor for Paul A. Paulson, Judgment Creditor.  POSTPONEMENT  The above sale is postponed unt.1 Monday, lS.h day of February 1912 et the same place and���������time.  m     m. w-_>_h_-f  Sheriff of South Kootenay,  Head Office  J   CALGARY; VAISCOU-  |   VER;    EDMONTON,     j  1 HOTEL SIRDAR ]  t' ��������� ,������lyj.-C*,K*-_,������t.#.i*������ __. __*__���������**_ H  A   HOME   PROM   HOMU ������  QjUY    LOWENBERG  Pone No. 1 v    GRE&TON.   B.C.  p O. Bos  a  M    V.  I Tm Britisii Goiumiiia rsursenes yo. liq., Bg  8 J __._*__       . _   ,_-__   ft   n 'Ml  ii  1  IB  if   _������-������������*��������� 4t=-nta%_sue*    tK    I',  f  !!  ii  II  The Wesk-Snd SioHdsy  Vmtm^mm^^my _^������ S������������4   B/'_fc*k*^_ca*_i^ijr  ii_o abave sale is further postponed until Monday the 11th day of March 1912 at the same place and time. _  . S. P. Tuck, Sheriff of South*oo-enay.    .. Bestof Fishing ^Hunting  ia  IL  Ha^e just received an 8o page illustrated ||  and descriptive catalogue ot   their fruit gi  trees, shrubs, roses- etc., which is free  for |j  the askiu_r to intending planters. ������1  Apple direct to this office or to W, S. Watson  ������1  <4-_<C*4.^*4      >T%        O' " Ml  TRIAL ^jgRDE^ v/ill convince the snost ||  firif fcfsi of the"-i^nerirtritv of our one year  L.V   44/two^viJj 4*^  I IB  I Jr. trees on three year, roots.  r    - J?^������^ ^ifl. ilirier. W. Vancouver, J3- cf-  Under and by virtue of three' Writs of Fieri Faciw issued ou������ of the Supreme Court of British Columbia iu three certain actions whereof Paul A. Paulson is Plaintiff, and International Lumber and Mercantile Company, Limicsd is Defendant. I hava seized all the right, title and interest of the said Defendant, International Lumber and Mercantile Company.  Limited, in certain fcoods and chattels., consisting ot saw logs, railway ties, cedar telegraph poles, cedar fence posts, port  land cement, roofing paper, rough lumber, and other building and lumbering tools and appliances; and aho the right  tinder the Rivers and Streams Act to float legs and timber in Goat Biver and Meadow Cseek-and their contrfbutariea,  together with all otter exigible goods and ohattela of .... said defendant company.  All of whioh 1 shall expose fpr sale by public auction ac my office in the Court House in the City of Kelson, B. C��������� on  Monday the 12th day o��������� February 191S rat the: hour of Three o'clock in the afternoon.  An annro-dmate inventory of the goods and chattels to be sold may be seen at the Police oSlce, Creston, at the office  of The Creston Beview, Creston snd'jat my office in Nelson, B. O.  I SIRDAR  &X2, \  Wholesale 3  General CKasalssiqiv Mercb_cta.      a  1        &;Crl  I NELSON  I  B  mlmm  Towma #_#  qalo  oaol^  J-V-M-H ~_f*    *3V*mv    -3   ossh.  Datad at Creston, B. C, 1st February, 1912  S. P. Tuck,  I  ������j  POSTPONEMENT  The above sale is postpunoS wutil Monday, ISth day of rebraary iSIS sfe-tli- ssSSe plaee' and tisss.  S. P. Took,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  The above sale is further postponed uu-ii Monday the iith day oi March i������i2 ai -he Bame place and time.  S.,P. Tuok, Sheriff of South Kootenay. l  -Q        4_.__��������� ������_������_������-_������������_������feBa'������ -    H  *������R  __*__. jJ__RSs_;  SLS4  ffWM  St SBC/*)I_I TV  ]    Dealer Tn 'high / class;    j  I     boots ana shoes.  V������i  ������     <*   *  We ate prepared to do printing of all kinds.  Do you want  ���������>���������. '-  ammmmmrmm  BWB  mm  mm.B    m_m m      mt-m  ������.  ������������������'"..*���������;���������'���������  . |. '������������������ ��������� ���������  - We^cttopfieryott thebestthatcaube obtained anywhere anting the year igi?, ' You can assist us at this time by letting us know what styles of paper you use.  _*e}r^ A tteat   le"erhe������dforyour business whether it be as Merchant, rancher  or lumberman is always an advertisement oi that business. Then maybe, we can interest you in something else  for we print  i   ���������..���������  ')' -  Billheadsv Statements and Manifests  Posters, JDodgers and Placards,  1" ��������� - * t    '      '       ��������� \ ���������' ��������� ,  Business and Visiting Cards,  Menu Cards and Bills of Pare,  Circulars arid Announcements,  Counter Pads and Shipping  In fact you can get practically anything you want in the printing line at the office of  . mmm M��������� W|M������ ������g  lip Mil111HI  "''" Hf'._l tt-M SB Ik'V.I'  ���������yyi  : yy.  i-'y.ty1  ftJBB_iit---J--v:B %MMW  a-H_W| WfMMMMMM  WW  lO--MW-W������MMMKr<M-C'U_l  laia-iiian-iiMniiiwir;  _U_2i-_a-_--BE-SSE-S  |.|.IV4kJ  ������������������V        ������'" ''  .'       ��������� ��������� ' V-."  meia_ta___iiiimaiiiiii  __l_____________________l  MMMI mwm��
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- ^emedfts^-unii^' doctors' prescriptions
"without?perinanent relief, my case.being '���.chronic.. .After seeing about,Gin
Pills, aftaVas 'lit.; is a rwell known ifact
Juiji*��!g>* without alcohol Is excellent-
for .the Ridneys, I decided: to try Gi��v
Pills. One single pill gave me g-eat
-elief. I have now taken almost four
��oxes of Gin Pills and find myself
jvompletely cured. No siiorj 'bad hur��
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Kidneys or .Bladder���or if you suffer
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fliNAL CROW'-^��TiNJATE--
of
Bulletin   Issued   by     Department
Agriculture Gives Much Valuable   Data   ���
The    Censtfs and  Statistics Office
of;the Department of Agticulture has
PlHRaiRvillP    One    i#��ed from'-   Gtrawa     i:ie     ;V,io.vij..g
^!���^"!l.?r"!: ���' bulletin giving the final estimates of
the area, yield and value of the principal field crops of the Dominion for
1911. Tlie field crops of Canada are
shown to have decupled last year a total area of 42853.000, and their value,
calculated at the average local market
prices, amounts to, 55*55,712,000. The
area under wheat last year was 10,474,-
000 acres, of which 1,172,000 acres
were fall wheat in Ontario and Alberta, and the .production was 215.851.-
000 bushels of the valuei of $138,367,-
000: Fall wheat produced 26.014.000
bushels of the value of $2l.,461.000.
Oats occupied 9,220,000 acres, and
yielded 348.18S.000 bushels of the value
of $126,812,000, barley 1,404.000 acres
yielded 40,641,000 bushels of the vai.ie
of ��23,004,000 arid flax i,132,0'>i) acrer.
yielded 12.5)21.000 bushels of the valug
of ?19,467,000. The, combined nrra
National Drug & Chemical uo. ot can-'^^r rye, Peas, buckwheat. rm^-i
ada, Limited, Dept;N. U., Toronto, biwus ann ^^ ._;*8x.-M at���,
*���_ *,������ c,��rv,��i^  thot, orot tho ramibr   the: yield  44.98(5.001
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for free sample. Then get the regular
size boxes at your dealer's���50c. a
box, 6 for $2.50.
��,1
.000 bushels and the
value $41,560,000. Hoed and culUvit-.
ed crops, comprising beans, cor.i for*
husking, potatoes, turnips and other
roots except sugar beets occupied 1.-
063,000 acres, and yielded 170,884,000
bushels of the value of $73,290,000.
k Sugar beets in Ontario and Alberta
}.had an acreage of 20.&78 and a yield
In and Out       -     -^ .
"Live  within your income." was a
���maxim  uttered by   Mr. Carnegie,   on
his   seventy-sixth   hirthday.     This   is    , o_ w, p	
easy, the difficulty is to live without j 0jf. 177,000"tons^of the'value'of SL165.-
It- . . . ... . ..1-.00.0.    Fodder  crops inciuuing  fodd��?r
corn. hay. c!ov��r and alfalfa shev.' an
acreage of 8.290,000, a production of
15.499,000 tons and a value of $161,-
314.000. Alfalfa, a record of which
was taken for the first time, shows
an area of 101.781 acres witn a yield
Where the Good Ones Were Put.
One of Uncle Sam's bright young
men attached to the embassy? at Mm~
don tells of a cab driver Av* mjt::M,
that town-who wafe evident1.?- of "ae
opinion that there is no be-.ter-iut.I-J
than ".A. place for everythiii-j, and
^everything in its place."
On due occasion as he s*vt.��B davn
the Strand a visitor from this :-ount.ry
asked him to point out the places of
Interest. In a moment the driver
said: .���.;..-........���
"There, sir. Is Luggit '111. where 1h*;y
banss 'em." ,
Then a little later he added:
"There's Parliament 'puses, inhere
thpv inakes the laws wot does ii.
across the way. An' tbcre> \Y~ac-ann-
ster Habby. where they buries the
good'uns that didnrt get'anged.
!MOOfl��y>S BISCUITS are just good enough to take tuij place ok
the product of the borne oven I   Usa
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Made in the big sanitary factory ia Winnipeg.
The. biscuit that's good.for every meal of every day. Ia. air tight,, dust proof, damp
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Very many persons die annually
from cholera and kindred summer t
���complaints, who might have been
saved if proper remedies had been
nsed. If attaacked do not delay in
getting a bottle of Dr. J. D. Keliogg*s
Dysentery CoydiaL the medicine that
never fails to effect" a cure. T&ose
who have used it say it aicts promptly, and thoroughly subdues the pain
and  disease.
of?227,900 tons. This valuable fodder
crop i3 being principally gro.vn in Ontario. Quebec and .\lberta. the average
yteia per acre for the whole-of- C��n*
ada being 2 1-4 tons.
For the year 1911 the areas from
which the yields are calculated were
taGse or the recent census and rhe resulting data are not therefore strictly
comparable with tbe estimates of the
three previous years which were based
upon tiie reports of -correspondents. It
may be mentioned that tn<e^ area -and
DSiSduetica. of wheat it? 1911 exceeded
by over 1.000,000 acres and 6&,S62,00��
bushels tbe estimates of 1910. A
s iBOftT* satisfactory criterion of tne uii-
' ference between the two seasons of
1911 and 1910 is afforded by the average rates of yield per acre which for
fall wheat was 22.19 bushels in 1911
against 23.49 in 1910. spring wheat -0.-
(53 against 15.53, oats 37.~6 against
32.79. barley 28.94 against 24.62 and
Enttttsd V�� Some F��tt .-_':
"What are you doing at a balUet?"
demanded  Aurora Borealis o�� Santa
Clause.
"Well, IVe finished my Christmas
,Ak r*   v.a*a1.a^    -*Wa    -Sirviivr    **.*��*>    (-Antiomnii
1'thought I'd enjoy seeing some, stockings mat were already 1 Uled.'
/Whether the corn be of old or new
growth, it must yield to Holloway's
Gem .Cure, the simplest nnd best cura
Offered to tbe'puhiic. ���    ���
Second-Handed ������
���These." said the author of a volume of poems, "are the children of my
brain."
"Yes," replied Mrs. Cayenne,  "but
j such  a  Iarg��>  number of  them    are
adopted children."
Bluffed It Ont
The stories of the embarrassment of
unsophisticated  diners    when    faced
with   highly    unsophisticated    menu
cards are endless and usually amus-
1.4���44* A-.#4.T\*
The .Passenger.���This car is colder
than usual this mornir?S.
The Conductor.���It seems so. Ton
see, we've always depended on the
heat of the pipes and cigars and didn't
count on so many men swearing off
smoking on New Year's Day.
JL ��. ."I: ��.   iWfcja^- - -un
last 7.S7.
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When Tommy nad the tummyaehe
And th_ doctor? came, saidyhe.     a  ���,_.     ���      _   ..
"Are you in^ i^in?'V and TOhimjf^^ sobbed J1911 in Manitoba was 60,275.000 bush
"No, :Sir^^the Spain's"\inSme*.*y ~~
flax
In the three Northwest Provinces
of Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta th�� wheat production was 194.0S3.-
000 bushels compared Avith 128,891,000
bushels the estimate of 1910. of oats
212,819,000 compared with 126.753.000
and of barley 24,043.000 compared with
21,377.000.    The wheat production of
IS
Like Water
When
Lips    Are    PalHd    and
Gums Lose Their Color
the
Minard's Uniment Cures Oiph-herla.
"Gent," is an abbreviation '^which
has never been acbepted by polite iao^
cicty, as a witness appearing before
Judge Whightman once found to his
��ost. H^ was testifying to the excellent character of the defendant, and
s.mosg nsints in his character remarked ;that*he was "an independent gent."
''An independent what?" interrupted
Judge Wightman. "A gent, my Lord,"
repeated the witness. "Oh, I understand," repeated the Judge. ."That's
something ehort of a gentleman, isn't
itr    '" ���'-"
_--^       =,^n.~.~       ��*    C����4    ft.^4\    ������ *44>n^4     '   *���4
ei3 ItOm i.,oavf,wv avica, _����
(_.I-kly -topa courfhs, .cares colds. h��aJs
������throat and iaojla -    " ��5 eea*s^.
A Chicago policeman, ? determined
to rescue a woman whose screams; Issued from the attic of a burning
houso, climbed three flights of stairs
in blinding smoke to find that the
noise was made by a parrot. The
bird has added some choice swear
words to its vocabulary.
In kneping othern hIIvh, physicians
^appear to lose their own lives. Of
!a,ll professional men their lives are
��� tho shortest. Between the1 ages of 45
, and Uf> doctors die on an average to
. on& clergyman.
wan 97,665.000 bushels from 4.Vo5,000
acres and in AJberta 36,143.000 b*ash
eisiirom -'I,"6.x7,o00 aeres.
By provinces the total value of all
field crops in 1911 was as follows:���
Prince Edward Island $8,846,700, Nova
Scotia 814,297,900, New Brunswick
$16,797,000,   Qsebee   ?103,1��7,G00,   On-
* ^4xtj4     *������&���>. ��">A Aftrt       Sf-_1��-1.4      49���9 1M
000, Saskatchewan $107,147,000 Alberta $47,750,000, British .Columbia $1,-
290,000.
Owing to the exceptionally mild
weather which prevailed during the
fall and early winter live-stock are reported as having entered winter quarters in excellent condition. As a general rule winter supplies are ample. .
5100 Reward, $ low.
The rettdem of this pau��r will be pinged to le-n,
Unit there la at lewt ooe dnuuled disease tuat science
has been abio to cure in all .'Its et&ses, and that la
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only poxttu-e
cure now known to the raecUesV fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutions! ribteiiae,'.roqulroi a <*onntitu-
t.onal treatment. HaU'o C-tarrii Cure la taken Internally, act'as Ulrcctly upon the blood nnd mucous
mr'ne-is of tho eyntetn. thereby destroying the
Xiundatlon ot the disease. e>d nivlnR the pntlcnt
itmiRth by building up the .constitution and atmlttt-
ing nature !tt dolag Jta worK. The proprietor* imvo
oo much, .faith In Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any ease that it (ails to
���mre.   Hend for list of testimonials.
Addn-sa F. J. cnF-NEY A CO . Toledo, O.
Sold by all DruKAiaUi, 75e.
Tultc IlaU's Family rills for constipation.
A  FoHow-U>
The north wind doth blow, and we
shall have snow.
And what will the ice-man do then,
noor thing? > /���
Lest his lot be too hard, he will start
a coal yard
poor thing.
��^��.<4ii**.A- fttrnin
-i.^_-^Jf__tU-**-l.X>��, 4__Q,,***-_-.-
#br ii mrnir-B <r_ti.r.4
lAKVtLlJU-
Four Children Constantly Scratching,
NearlyTore Limbs Off, Cured in
a Month by Cuticura Soap
and Ointment
���"Two of my daughters and iwo of my 3rtn��
were HiirterinK Irom very \m<1 heads, tlm doctor firdorlne my daughters to have nil their
hair cut oil so aa to prevent It from .spreading
all over tliclr
Lu.uIh, ami to
get fothesftat
or ttio troublo
in ortl.rr to l>o
u!;!r. to r u.fo
Boinu ointment, wtilch
lie \inve tliom,
v\(.ll Into the
sores, TlifH49
-urt-i starti <1
In      ��in u 11
DlOtcllCD
. . . which' not
larfwr titiA l*r����r nnd then buwt txnA aproml
all ov��*r their lieadu, and in some <-aim:s down
-ttiiilr had... and Ixidlos. The doctor _ui<i It
viiui ecxema, tmt they ncc-miMl i.t t.n dully
r;, Mrur v.'f.rT.r. T^.?' !or��':i frirrr-f) \\\:r |!tt!"
Violla, then Iillwl wltli Mittlu-r, nml luokiil
llkfl ttb-'icifos, Tlicy l)r<*tirne nil Inllnniwl
and li rltuu-d, cauhlng Uikiii to be roiiHiuuily
it-ratchlng tliett>"M>lvi*��i, Tlil-i mudo tlm Honw
burnt, and th�� irmtter flown! mil ov.r lliflr
bfittda. Wo hud to cut their tinner imil..
and nt times to put rIovm nn tlulr humid,
tlie Irritation wan ��o imd, to ktx��ji tlu-m Iroiri
-Umlnif Into tlm (l^sh, nnd at nftrlit Ihey
would n*����rlv ��������r th^lr llml.i ��iff. "Ilift
bolat-r* would b<: literally covutwl witu blood.
"Tho ttacliura would uot let tlw-rn attend
���K-hool for fear of lufoctjon i,pn*adin�� smoim
the othnr clilWi-en, no I r#;.iilvfd to try th��
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my chlldrnn mently. 1 conilnowl wlili tlm
Cuticura Ho��p mil CitUmn. Olntmwit for
<wu�� rnoiitlt, and tl.�� rf.*uit U a in..r*<l6_*
��tir��i." (.Slifiuid) Otiorue Arthur lUililru.ort,
j��7. riuwimam ��%��� Iltiylsiul ik��wuuni, ut.
iJnn^icy, VorhK., juif.�� Jon. /., Ittll.
;   Althou��h Otutrtiirm Moap^aiul.Olnlnwrit arw
��r ����ch, with ;ta-ti. booh, on ih�� ��_to wm i��>
44.444-44     fl......       ,S��     44,4��4 44%! If..�� IftH     f />     frtK'f     ll       *     C?
Corp., ta Coiumftus Ave.. Uouton. v. ft. K.
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Genius, Fame, Poverty.
Charles Dickens made $200 000 on
oiiu ItH-turiiig tour; but his descendants. It is aald, are now ;in want. \ H1b
eldest son, Alfred Tennyson, whose
suddcu death \va3 recently recorded,
had been travelling through the
States delivering lectures in an en-
denvonr to hoop the pot boiling.
Traffic incidents of this kind are of
daily occurrence, and yot thoy make
as little Impression upon us as the
rain on the duck's back. Ono of our
uowBjiuiJura in couiiueiiUnn on the
pathetic facts askod tbo significant
question: "What in to bocorne of us
when we are old?" Thoro Is but ono
answer: A man huibI. savo In his
youth if ho will havo a "neHt egg" in
the days whon his locks aro hoary and
hia earning powers have, dopartod.
But that is not all. He must adopt a
system of saving which will not fail
him in the hour of trial. This system
hiiH hpon provided under tho Canadian
Government Annultioa Act, in regard
to which you may obtain litoraturo
of your Pom.ma.st.er, or on application
to tho- Superintendent of Annultioa,
Ottawa.
BABY'S   HFAITH    IN - WH.TER
During the winter months tho mother finds it very difficult to keep her
little ones well. Colds come,on quickly and the discomfort to ...the baby-affects the whole household. To keep
baby well during the winter he should
.=be warmly clothed, have a daily bath,
lots Ol fresh air, and Baby's Own Tablets should be given; him;^ occasionally
to keep his little bowela working regularly* a3 nothing will bring on colds
so quickly as a clogged condition of
the bowels. Baby's Own Tablets are
th'-'begt medicine a mother can give
her little ones. They break up colds,
cure constipation and indigestion, expel worms and make baby bright and
happy! " The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a
box from TheNDr. Williams* Prtedicine
Co., Brockville, Ont-
The CJoi-k's'-feat -v i;'}- :; '���<;, ':���
A woman instructor at' Wellesiey
college who presides over ono of the
dining tables ; at which sit a dozen
students, says that one morning some
surly lett-de was brought on.
A freshman looked at it, then ex-
claimed;?:    -!������ '
"How clever of the cook to crimp
it that way! I wonder how she does
it?"
You Can Make the Blood Rich and Red
by Using
.vTr?��'.-/.-* &tf\f\T\
ni_avL r\mr\jris
If you find "yourself easily tired,
lacking ih vigor and energy, nnable
to properly digest the food you eat
and generally out of sorts, look in the
mirror and carefully examine the lips,
gums and eyelids. If color is lacking
you mayybe sure that you are anaemic
���that yous- bioo-i is- tbis, weak and
watery.
It would be a mistake, under these
circumstances, to use purging medicines; what you neea is more Diood���
richer blood���and you can increase
the amount of rich, red blood in the
body 5y using Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food. ���?���''���
Isiot in -any miraculous way does
this treatment work, but Just as naturally as do any of the laws of nature. It supplies to the body the elements which go to the formation of
new, rich blood. Theseare found in
condensed and easily assimilated
form.In Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and
therefore do not bother even the weakest stomach.
It will take a litle patience and perseverance to thoroughly restore the
system, but by noting your increase
of weight and the return of color to
your faded complexion Vou "will be
convinced that the lost vigor and vitality is being restored to your oys-
Dr. ChaBe's Nerve Food. 50c a bos,
ft for $2.50. at all dealers or Edmanson,
Bates &'Co., Limited, Toronto.
fined his knowledge of things to eat
to such standard produces as ham and
eggs and pork and beans fonnd himself among a company who ordered Intelligently from an extensive bill of
far*?. It contains so 53?5v ���'���assified
dishes that it makes a fair^sized book,
the pages of which he pawed aimlessly and in dismay. The waiter, who
needed only his order to go to the
kitchen was standing at one side deferentially, with his order slip and
pencil in hand. Tho delay was noticeable and irritating to the unskilled
diner, and-finally he pointed, blindly
to the middle, of the page with his
finger.
"Give me some of that," he said.
The waiter looked over Ms shoulder
and remarked:���
"That's Mayonnaise dr_ssT-ig^,2ir.',
"I know It, I can read."
"But," apologetically,    "what    will
yon? have it on?"'
..   "On a plate, you bonehead. J>o you
feed your customers is trough? here?"
,*, ,
A Pill That ia Prized.���There have
been many pills put upon th�� market
55,?^ 'yiv^ssiod mscss stshMc attention
but none has endured so long or ?met
with so much favor as Parmelee's
Pills. Widespread use of them has
attested their "reat value and thev
need no further advertisement than
this. Having firmly established themselves in public esteem, -they now
rank without a. peer in -the list of
standard vegetable preparations.
- BESTAHB.HEaLTH.TaSIOTHJERAt-DCHitO.
Mas, WxKsilow's SvuTUirto ����Ror lias beetr
used for ovw -SIXTY YEARS by. MII.MONS ol
MOTHERS   for   their   CHILDREN    WHILB
TKBTHING, with   FERMBCT  SUCCESS.     XI.
SOOTHES th? CHILD; SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS nil PAIN; CURES_WW��CQWC.a__ -,
in ihe bf>st remcdT for SijiKicnu-Ai.     lir. is mir
sslutely harmless".   ��e sure aud safe, for "��Sr_. .
Wisslow'a Soothing Syrup," and'take a* otice. '
kind.   TT7-ntjr-fiTec--tsa fcottte.      --,,,'
imm PROFITS 1MMINSERICI-      :S
4W.--.--.-4->      CtXll       Ut-       **_���***>���       ��..\->��**      _w*-4��Xj�� ,       fOxlC-.!^' idBtfl
or sand.   Full lnrormatJoj. upon request. ������
The   Berg   Machinery   Mfg.  Co.,. -.Imited,
Toronto, Qnt.
f| ISEASES  OF  MEN-
*-^ specialist, ���> College-
-DR. DEAN.
StL,. Toronxoi
r#%fC'f^.i' If1 L... I
oojectionahfe wintec. or. 'su__mer.    Dr,'
. -winter, it exposes to a-vere chills,, ofte�� ,
^ne^vnn B��rtrtH*inn444��4M&.  Tn himiiiw.',
Mrs. Youngbrldo.���Mrs, Smith says
there ia lotw of cream oh her milk-hot*
tkni every morning. Why is thoro
novor any on yourw?
'i'Ui- .Milluiiaii - I'lii Uj\> lu.nc:-... lady,
that's why. "I fills my bottlos no full
that tbero never is any room loft for
.-.rfiam. \;
 . .     j.   .
A D(��tre��-ii'.g Caoe
I've pltlod the nuilduu    j>
With nothing to wt*ur,%
A girl Iwivy laden
And burucii-'l vvlUit.<-,ar0. ,
' f^.r  r��i>��*.*  T tniiwl   ilrnn bur.
To otbnrH att.ind'/
And  pity   tho  Hhoppor
With tiothliiK to npmid.
Falrvllle, Sept. 30, 1902.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.       .
Dear Sirs.���Wo wish to inform you
that we  consider    your , MINARD'S
LINIMENT   a  vory   superior article,
and wo use it as a suro relief for sore
throat, nnd chest.   When I toll you I
would uot bo without it if tlio price
waB one dollar a bottle, I mean It.
Yours truly,
CIIAS. F. TILTON.
A London organization supplies
penny dinners to invalid mothers, sizing them the choice, of fish and chick
en.
��� Modern Philanthropist  ,
"Why  are   you   _obblng,   my  little
man.
1st.'
'My pa's a millionaire plillanlhrop-
"Well, well, that's nothing? to cry
about."," - '-���'������'������   - -:; .   ' ��� ���.
"It ain't, ain't lt? H��'h Just promised to give me $5 to spend at Christmas, provided I ralso a similar
amount.",.
Only On*  Who   Knew
A little boy who had Just Joined the
Anglican  Sunday  School  was  asked
by his mother how he liked It.
"Why!? exclaimed Charlie, "they
don't know mueh! The teacher asked
what was the Collect; and, I was the
only one'who knew."
"And what did you say, dear?"
"Why, I told^tlienr pretty quick that
it was a, pain in the stomach."
Only Scratching His Leg
The young Scotsman, after having
been entertained all day by a friend,
without making an offer to "stand"
anything himself, was at last seen to
put hia hand in his poo.kflt.
"Oh, tlon't you offer to pay,"   said
his friend    a llttlo    contemptuously,
"you'd bettor leave that to mo."
. "I - novor thought o*  paying,"    exclaimed th�� 'Scotsman  with indignation, "I Was alnly scratching me leg."
. , ,.i ��� ,..- ������;���*--������.
TO CURE  A COLD  IN  ONE  DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab-
lots.    UruBBlutn refund money if it fall-
to euro.   l5, W. QKOVlfi'B Blffnatuyo in on
each   box.     20c.
"Ornro twhl It was hor .beautiful
voice won Edwin: ho hoard IHJpver the
lomr-aistance tolophono."
"Well, that may bo so: the farther
away she gots tho hotter lt sounds.
W. W. II. Mm. MM
The growing of twin for wood in
Politnrt w���� mtartod thirty years aito,
ami   Iihh   neon   inouum   io  a   i.ui win
-       .1       *%...*   ��l,44   l^/./��l   ..aaH   millA
i-i-|imi��   that"of  the   forol��n.   ami   In
many canew It haw turned out  lunch
but'**-'
A Buoy Anoodoto
A private soldlor onco rondorod
Homo Blight Bervlco 4o tho firm Napoleon.
"Thank you, captain," said iho emperor caroloasly.
"In what regiment, slro?" was tho
Instant response of tho quick-witted
private.
"In my guards," replied tho emperor, pleased with Uio uiuu'h joudy us-
tort,
This Inctdont, with appropriate vur-
latiohH," al��o happonod to aonKhlo
Khari. Ivan tho Torrlblo, Attlla, Giih-
taviitt AdolphUB, Louis XIV., Charto-
mnRno, Aloxandor, KUib Alfrotl, Xor'x-
en, Itlchard th<�� Llon-hoartfldi and
Honry of Navarro.
Bomci modern cltlon built all nt onco,
completo and ready ror occupancy,
havo boon biicoobhoh, but tho Port of
HniihK<*hnw, kild out-in tlu< pprhiK of
I!)0J��, on tho shore of Yohll Hny, ton
miles trom Mncoa Harbor, China, haw
fallod to b6comc a rival of Mtioon nnd
..... ,       .    ...     ..
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f��., *��i/4plmnr��>i wnt*r wnrkn. IIcrltt- nnd
st rent "car service, and othor up*to*
dnto fnaturett, its population Is only
2.000.
Used in Canada fof
over half a century
���used in every corner
of tlie world where
people suffer from
Conatipation and its
resulting troubles���,
Dr. Morse's
Indian
Root Pills,
stand laglicr in pulilic
iiiatimation  tKan  anv
others, and their ever-
iocrciismg sales prove
their merit Physicians
���1    ��t
25c a box*
Handicapped
"Sir" I wish to marry your (laugh
ter," faltered the young man.
"You do. eh?" exclaimed tho fond
paront. "Woll, I havo boon rather expecting thiB. and to bo thoroughly orthodox, I shall put a few question- to
you.   Do you.drink?"
"No,  sir.    I  abhor liquor."
"You do, eh?    Smoke?"
"I never use tobacco In any form,"
"Well, I didn't suppouo you ato it.
Do you frequqnt tho raoo courao?"
"I never Haw a homo-race ��� in my
llfo, sir."
"ITn.-m.   Play oardB for money?"
"Emphatically, no sir."
. ''Well, young man. I must oay you
aro hohavily handicapped. My daughter Is a thorough society girl, and I
can't for tho life of me boo what sho
lu goliiK to do with you. However, it's
her funeral, and lt sho wants to undertake tho Job, she can rlBk It.
Mlnard'a  Llnlmont  Cure*  Distemper.
mm mm  -- ywtMXi  i-t��-��-i��mmiyUBVa      ��-*��.    ����*
kinds. At no rime dots ttraltoflpt-Muy-;.
is ��� -   T- ��� -   *'    ^- '--r;r'" ^:
can bet Inst aDed. lai._ny
tl-sue-ftt Uttt. aw-. AS- -
uluteir 6*nH__y ��n_od��p-
fost*,   m'liog-ds-  e-sy^sts
privacy;.   Bn<3brt-_t by
mwHfcui:  nuthadtlM ��� nMy
g---.��nteod    bjr^ a*.'. '
SualilT- ot. mat-riaU- ��n*
ght s-Umtificr psitu-plM
nuko it tfao best* on tha
nuuket. Infer lor clbset*
ars-wiosaiy b_!lt eS flimsy
<n_t-rl��U, therefora- neither
Mplbur not dnsa-ta. Aak
9ouKdiMliMV,o# erdtt direct.
Sctii Our wuoiua--->M-hft
PothttrHeeltlu."
UJuSSw
WETinPEO- TORONTO;
. - ���] if
"Did you over do anything to help
your followmon?"
"Sure, I gt-vo conntnnt emplQyment
to throo dotoctlvcn."
"How about Vonloe? Shall wo atop
off nt Vonlco?"
"Vonl.io, oh? How many paged
(loo�� Voniuo tuko up lu thu uuldc.
book?"
"IfJl'-'it,"
"In that case, lt must bo worth a
Btop." *
Ml. Morpian, In Quocnoland. Auotrn-
11a. Ib described aB almu��t a mouu-
18KI1, $7:i.()00.000 ban been taken from
lt, hOHiooH .w.uou loiiB ol uoppec, yot
the ore ha* averagod lc_i than ht.lt
an ounco ot gold a ton.
,   * Helped ..
Uvu, Wlllla has boon vory watchful
of hor huaband'B dlut lately, and ie in
constant fear lafit ho ovoroatB.
"John," Blip asked anxiouBiyi ono
morning whon WilUu had boon tolllus
hor about tlio banquot ho had attended tho night before, "how many holp*
IngH did you have last night?"
"Two,'''.anuwofQA  WHUb abBontly;
"ono at tho bantiuot and one on tho,
way home." '
No woman need be dlBOonragod by ���
ago If Bho doBlroB to study Homothlng >
for whloh  Bho lnifl had no time In ���*.
earlier years, Mib. Mary I>. Port or, a
Soutliorucr. 81 yoaru old, rocoutly.ox-
hlbltotl ��� wator  oolora  for which  aho
waa awarded two prlzoa,;? Bho novor
took" a" painting lnonon "uhtU oho had
paBtiod hor flttloth blrthduy and roar-,,
ed hor family of uovon to maturity,
in intorvala of painting Mxa. Portor
takna oaro of 75 chlclconu, raised all
tho vegetables unod on hor tabio, doom
lier own liou-uwork ami all 'tut' _uok-
ln�� without awBlktance.   Sho UoopH up
V.'jlth   C'^f'*'1^   nvontu   hy  Tnwrtln-;   nn��l
ha�� hpr houHc full of company moat
of  the  time.
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���Hi xy&x.  f:te������  l*>&*?&****BMi  MMf-MME  -���������-���������-���������   ^y:y^x:$^y^'M$t$:  >���������w* v.-:-.,,.  'jr_*yi  ^iifcplilOiillSfiii  OTvenr.  3Ss!*li^ .......  ;���������>-������  BONSPIEL ATTRAyT������ON  .-^���������T-IT.':^^v'-.ijs������������.-*i;.4n  J-,-..'.?.4.f.^.aW4^MT.^������341_  . .1V.14*44������4  ������������������'.4Tt.4rt   "  :?-r  4  delegates in the city, from all parts of   whom I consider an asset to the coun-  v;. ���������������������������.-'Candda^ Coh"   tryv ?-hope the?pdmiai6n and the Pro-  ^ye������$ibii^bf the Oa.o^^ (.yinces-T-wiH.T.u^^^  ^4_bclist^iCW^icli;?waa??bp_hed  T.^i5:^T.T,s.-_^?fl^n,,,������.u.:|.������MilWi,i. adi.an arid would make it g66d?official,  nQt,)vp9Jy.;y^sya\,;fire?-  'g^j&^y'yf^^^^yy-:y:: :i.yy^^:yy 22y222y2'  ,;yv.Mr;yR.;:P.;Cam^  srisiendshi:';^  m  mier,Borden-andlSir Wilfrid (Laurier.  ,;.trV:*M#1^3S_i_'S.^tv!������B--id^h^  ;jjl_fe__r-^aria^^  delegates to the convention^ to; Ottawa  -? onvijjepal^or -,:the:i?j^mUiiba,,::MP?v;*lI'*-=  merit* J-Miv. Bordencalled theattention  >4tfi th^|audiihce^-?to:t th������:? tact tiiat\; in  ?t������m_^^utitiie_vai^cul-Ural rland; is  surveyed ? ahdf: a repbr,t'?made: telling  ;iWh_tj;e&pb;dist$bt: ia suitable fpr^ ?  *__:-auitatalevtor grbwing certain crops;?  ^n-ortu^te^vhe??;said.Tt?Canada ?i3  -showing a great'deal -of discrimination  in soil of-the forests. ?;Forest land is  '*sd-l3WLt?'Bhouid h������ reserved? and:  flpi^flp^^ As  sociation 'on' the^educational'and valii-  .aWe^rork;'flt! was'?ddin?ig. - Tlie Gbvernr  ment welcomed* any suggestion from  thei^ssoeiatioh Ihat?will lead to 'the  prefi-rytttioV'"^" Hhe forests and stop  Ihe? tendejaqx to.prodigality and. waste.  In c^ncluiio. i Mr.  Borden assured  the convention that the Government  appreciates tally what the  Asspcia-  : tionjia. doing land promised ._.co-opera-  ;:>:iidn.cih:Sthe.;worfciy;??*���������.yyyyy. - :>%;.:?;>?'  - -?:Sir^iifrld^Iiauri_r siaAd he eordi-illy  ?.?sfelcoffled:-: tiig delegates toy the city  Mid teit^giad that he could agree with  4Mr^?TB4ffdett^^^6ne":sthirig at    least.  |.*|?M8jf?w|i.a.?v in his ?' attttbdeytpward .; the"  %F^restry .-��������� As-ocifttip^:'. yyy.yyy.y,:.22..yy^  M-T-;.T wTl>;4--\W4tt|5-, JLttJBOjA..* .^.������������4>A.������a������ .t^.j f-V^-^T   *f"'":'*T-  ���������-'���������ltd,::rej_.iz_--.'rt1ia-.-��������� 'the-forests':'wsre'y';ths;  mostirlmportant assets ot the1 country.  WMfalmvistsrieservis?.what nature ?has:in-  ^tisnd-d^should ���������.be1T;reserv'ed-*'y:?-?:-T  t  Georgey.E. Chownv of ^hgston.   In  bis 'presidential address.? reviewed���������-, the  wprk-lot tbe ^ear; and the adyahbejj in  ;-:-.^f^work.?6t. cimservatibn,:y He made a  ���������?.-$^bu.^;;-plea' (S-fbr;?-; 'ai. ..y-: .iaggres--.  siyg^ib^  Honbad? aroused public sentiment and  y&nstSnc^ toybear;  in securing Svfos^  things foi- :?;; which? 'tbe ;? ?Association  should workare 'especially;  ?(!>?? The takiing bt fore-try se^ices;  ?':both?Ddminlott?ftild:PrbvihcialV?but of?  'polities,: t makings?way; -or ?:teohnieaUy  ?, traliied-4h4.n4:;?'v:Vi?:;'"?v:'?.T ',:r :���������:?'"?'?-????"  -',  (2) V A permanent fbrestry;  policy  aridt especially ^aprogresaiver: policy  witli regard to the treatment of tor-  ? _stry:^reserves.;??:.:-  yyyyyyyy..y-...  r (3); ?Bome; y efficient; manner y of  y'jguardinigT: ;agai?iist; t������rest ::ilres.yy y.y y. y  :*m4.'- f-'KWss?^-' U^Wi'irJ^* f^-*riJti'4.-'.l������4St.-.-^-?*4������-..4lik^i,4..  ;-: yed ft&yT&ow-: .;.tbatiin | the ?;e^e'T,?pity. .y at  .Archdeacoh:;?VRehison:TWith -refereiite  to the use ������������������ bf?;iiitelligerit indiati%"������������������ lor  the conservation of fbrest:areas.,:? y.yy  .Mr. Campbell said that at thb north  of JLake(Winnipeg,: arrahgeniehts had:  already'[. been made tp employtheTlri-  '    -*l^-*-'��������� ���������  ���������    .     413J.���������  ,    '^J.;��������� ���������. ��������� ���������.\~    '.'��������� 4��������� J 4.V...���������'j.       'iV.' ���������S4������  ���������ii&iia ��������� Hp   1,1 it- -. < ������iigci o   Suu   LjinC. HVSlT;  'u^'',wbald.?''prb1s'abTy?rbe^  ? ?Ih Tegard to? college? students as fire  rangers> ;Mr? 'Aubrey' White;  Deputy  Mirilster of Lands1 and :F6rests;i"or Q-tj-  tarip.,-said;'that on?the whol85they?had  .not ? given? poor? service. ���������'���������-', Ah educated  xrfahbf?22 was better? tbi^?tbW purpose  thian an imintelligerit luinberiack. The  Crowh'lands? department Intended the  exelusiori of (students so long as they  were hot otherwise,qualified,;but they  Intended to.show ho favor to any special .eiass'.bf' manv ���������-::���������* ';-'?;.  '   'If forests; are to] be protected from;  fires then the appointment?,   of    fire  rangers must be? taken a way from the  realms of;political?favoritism.     ;?:;t  2 This is?the?opinion ;ofT?:the majority  of the? delegates? as t expressed at -the  afternoon session.: ?   y  :?"Sb ibng as pbiiticii^s; appoint; fire  rahgersk there. always; will  be forest  firesv,? said^Professor: James Macoun,  of the Geblogicai- SuWey;; in the course  of; a, discuBsibn ?oh the report of tire  legislation? submitted by X������i*. B. EFer-  hbVif of the Faculty. of Fbrestry, in the  T:0nlversity s of^Tbrbntb^ I, y y ???;?->..?' -- y  ?   "At the,present it?seemfe-whbllyyiiri-  pbssible? to get -efficient fire rahiersi  owfhgto political reasons," corroborr:  ated  yit. Clifford -Pinbhct,  president  ?of?the American Conservatipn Association.    These statements, -were Teceiy-  ed ;'with 'great .appl^se^- y/y  Several, other speakefs. 'censured the  present system that. Allows inexper-  i_b6M^cdllege studehts tbyact ia.is: fire  ran^srs.'-���������:������������������ - ?,t"?   yy ������������������ y- :���������.������������������';'--"'yy;':>;[;  Mr.,".--B^'--':B. Rochester, ot theyE. B.  Eddy Co. 8_verely criticized the efforts  Of the Forestry^?3rahcb of the .Qoverh-;  ment. Ha claimed that fifty per cent,  of the stnd-hts seat but asfire rang-,  ers. were poslUsVely: useless' for the!  work. He advised? uengia^ittg cbmpe-  tettt lumbermen;? and? ; experienced  woodsmen.' ���������''..:lndians;-..^ey;said,-.-;-;like ya  (good; many white men, could? n������Jt   be  ?reiied npom ;?    'yyyy22'2yr::yy'::y]'  The Hon;  Sydney? fisher,.?ex-Min-       v ._. v  ist^?bf(A^culture,?Tgaid^  t^_4,^tV?_l_-_4^i.e>^iI^  blon was" m^tih^ with? ai^  tls"l.th?nw2h le^sla<i"n t<> abnoiht fi  wiffdens aicyaa thtriliies of r^lway n^ld; ia Qnebe^(.-.'lfeil^ay^omp^res?  in brder to^wbtept *he :tbrests^ ^L-ess are now^beld (respohslbre fbrvfire#?hear'  talkvatid resolvp^a^d?more action were the railrbads arid made td?^ay>?dp tp.:  necessary; to: get the? Dominion and $5,000 dainases, if ah effort: is^nmde  sEro������i^_.j governments to do some-; [to extinguish the fires and? more.than  Aiitii-filii^d^^  i:;TgTW4.'(Wall4e;r^  (v?:-'?i^?:l?^r!rtp ���������" ���������:.Oy.ER:.^R,T.;^1^'H6  T%Bptopiei^VMt0s^-&  f iad ���������? miach ..i.toVamui^'SraS  them during;the?Aiittual-CulilmgrCbn-,  tests ���������'?������������������ in^tbiat "city -j:^lusSBi-^'-^_t^^-::-?ot.?  instance. Manager C. P. "woiker. has  provided most extraordinarily inviting  theatrical ((fare; tor #^  haridso^earid- mb^rhyplayb^usk-'the  Walker;? %hichybas::.bhly^^b^  to the?; public'(riveyyears^^^  as? it'.?;Is? of';cbhcretb; Steely and?ultra^  modern  fire-prbof; conetructibn?# will  he? Canada's   flnesH?; and y/ tbremost  theatre 'for;.'man^years>::tbyeome.' y:  ���������;��������� Mr. Waiker^ih^accbrdanceTwiiA^his  policy to ^play only?; the^-JbJ^Bt^.'.&^tra.c^.  tiohs and stars, has?:b66kedT>lor:the  ;edification -of the niid-winte^?tiplidiay  inj?rry-makemarid rhis ���������re^i^,^trbhs  Alice Lloyd, the gr6at68t;TSng!!sh?'.sin&-  ing comedienne; ih? the-musicai.s  pdy; "Little Miss:^iM������It^.i:;atta-?>1that  'famous'; English-vMellnr/-'Mtor/-;;B;prbes-  Itobertsbn in?   his    wonderful;?y play,  "The   Fassihg  of  the  Third;;. Floor  -������������������Back/*':-?'  ->.y y^y:yyy>y6y:yyyyy:'  FORgES - ROBEHfS|>N  The:- Hy drd_^p!& jpT-;g'ipi>e^S^  . Port-'Nej_oi.:,;;Ha|r'a|:Num  _.e:?;; Pas;; ThS'rtllF^rt  .. ��������� ���������. Grades y^e^^S  ;;. ;FSnai. :Splei^prir^ '"yy  . Ottawai^Dhti^^i^p^ii^^Usfe  completed and /willSshbrt^bedssubd  by the hydrbgraphicyy branch? '-.of- the  departmettt of aMiie5__.?ifi6heriias,;  which throws hew lightitod the ^question of the feasibility, of ?������.brt Nelson  as a terminal; for? (the^'Hudson Bay  raHroad. Theyin^ifessibn?i?has Vbebn  geiieraV that the haf^brK:ilit'^l^  so shallow and; thb;,sand ������02slpfting  that it would(mil^ybe'Ml$.a? tremelndbus  expense;that yproteetlon;-itor. vessels  could be secured^; FOrt: Churchili^has  been Usually fayorea^b^\?h^%atbrsvas.  being superibr.i^^-s^^-?s^sdni?as' %  harbor.r :-??: ���������;. ^^p^.^^^������?s^:  Last summer .the:?hydrbigi^j>liera?whb^  accompanied thei-'isteat_re.?;: Sta^ey^tb  Hudson Bay tooiii ,fecax_Sal?^d^aih-r  taking survey ofT.;������wrt;^i|o^:?K^bbr>  The.' result.-bf .(.(tiibir.^^^  embodied -in':va^ri-a'_?-wiicl^s;^w^  irr  t:y:y&y-0SMyy������E  mk)y  |e^.?i,i^L0;^^^^^E#^  .^ Uii.-, 1.-. -.,-:-.:������������������.!- .,;..!>!������������������. ������������������-���������*-���������< t'-r'.-'Mx&s,^  ;:Vi������t*pT������i>iewp������.-4>wnss:Wfl  yy  :y$$*;&.*i&?>&.��������� ���������''������$.;;������!?_;;:Wagpy?;,  'x"::Wlhnipe^^Man>^iu^  :Cana.<Mi^;i'^Noirtherh? .y ? 's  ^ew?htb^B';this(;ybar:aiong -the'T'cotij* ���������.���������*&*<  pany'is lines in- the; Pia,iWetPrbyinces.?      *  ImygMMlmt  THIRD FLOORtuei-ryi;;?  (thli^; tbisaye ::the forests  ?; He was:: pleased yto know that the  Prime :Mihisteriwaij:?rwilling -;tb (bring  the outside forestry,-::'.,CiyU.kService'-...nn*i  ?, derq the j:*Ciyil;;;-?eryice?;; A,cty;,;;but-'.'yhe  thought, that Jthey^-.gbclatipn: should  -, have: ih Its empldy-a traihed \ forester  "to'scive;adyibe wiie-Tit was necessary.  ':.. Archdeacon. ^Robert.'-f*." Renisori,   bf  Moose:Jaw,, said the;Forestry(Department had been sending out as fire  y rangers imenwhp didnot know the dit  ::V(f^eripef:..b^weeh':av:^ing;.pari  paddle-   He was not opposed to uhlr,  , versity.T students as fire rangers but  he was: ^lpa_ln_f; fbr the cause of the  : .''���������indian,..':.���������.:���������'':���������':;.'.,���������':������������������.���������''���������, :���������:���������.:'������������������ ?;'?-���������'?'-;?;-;.  "The time has come," be said."for  the White man to get right with the  Indians.    We have in the Northland  this? if -nb;?_fibrt-is;niade toy-prevent a  ���������fire: .from spreading.;.?���������"��������� ; I;.' ���������??���������:*'^ t>;  ? He; explained that the railway eom-  vmisslutt liad power to enact*1 regulation's arid "ruliBs for the;railways to; bb:  serve affecting the protection;-of :forests from fires.    ' ? ������������������yyyyyy  Mr. CUffbrd Pinchot: said; that it  was; primarily^ essential thati as sbb������i  as word? of a forest; fire was reecived.  it should be easy, to get'to the;fire  quickly. The whole,;secret of the flee-:  tlghting policy, he said, was to ret  men to get to the fire quickly to put  'it;:;out.;:-?.'.  .. ������������������  ���������������������������".;-���������. .      ?.' '���������:���������." .-���������;;  Other speakers were William Vo%v>  er, M;P��������� Hon;;*y. A. Charlton, Win.  Pearce. of Calgary; E. H. Hall, eeic&  tary of the Association tor the nro-  tectlbn of the Adirondacks and others.  " Forbes-Rbbertsbn's erigagiemehtv;: at  the. theatre is % for the entire ;week of  February 12th, beginning on that diate.  Thip ;(Xiipst;intellectual d?. actorsgbii  the:TBngliBh-speaklng staib'^willstaen  make bis first appearance in Winnipeg  arid the Canadian: West; andyh^:?-will  present^ brbadlyliuman  with-the iafil^ir's of ordihiary -men ^.iid  v,'omehj(but'%'p?ay of sucut.-omp-ili-ig  torcfe;that?ihe,public will?hot?let?;Mr.?  Roberfeon;^ye;it up* ?;    ;M  s6h> ;rble Is ;th^;^  stranger who influences all^witti whom  he ? comes in eohtacttor, good;; JSay^  goers may be .assured^ that thbyJ^wili  not only? be -uplifted; but entertained  by;,;TFprbes-Rbbejei^bn:?;?^s:hdr  coDapaiiy.;;y yy^cfyy ;?���������? .;^.. -:?ry ^i 'T;.T?-?y; ;?tv  ���������i_ri_~ RUQUAY :.;TO '^EN^:E>-'Hitfife.=i���������  ahoals; -cb.u|d!?-(to'e?i,1ea-ji.^  passagebf frbmibirieAb^ur^iles;^  ;;^he;;majori(^i^jtiib^iie^^  ibev;isltu_.ted^ybn-?--b]^4^?iii3i^  Wg?;: ;cbh^racte-ig;: -:jff^Sa^|Si^^������&iV  th;p������gh?thter������:.^ll?},b(t^^  dozen? locked b^theJmai-^^  :ing.;'-.?'a;?4diiyieidnak  xnovXG^yyyy^.y^2:yyc yyyyy  ;;TThe;-.wibwin^.st:TshQws?:^er^  new ?;tbwnisi :;w;iil;-"breyTibcatSd;;,, ?Six ������������������ [ on  Goose Lake extension,.between-Kindr  ^^ley "and i;he'?3ddctibli������0f;th^?^^fe  vville-Calga^?line. ^ One of tlie>; heW  town sites bfithis districl ^rxii W iniade  a xdiyiBiphai-point. . TheiJackv^^ti:  line, running from ^rth Battlefbrd  to Athabasca Landing, will w^lcosue  th'^'fiippjearance of four new to vrt sites;  |*rbb&blySi$he best Of these win - be  (j&nS'^SwJfiich:.?��������� will-. be known ts MervJn.  :?Tihriee?':wl)Di be ?pla:ced on thf> Shell-  IhrobkerNbrth Battieford brancb. On  :ther-T4pdn4^"bill branch, runii'ng- froni  jSwiah^i^eil* to Humbbldt, arraiijre-  jnentsI^WiUybe made to put thr -e 8.1^  ditipnal. tbwd sites bn the market. Siv  |y*^?rb������$bfeat������d-?bh ytiie b_aii\ line west  ^0fMomg^to^yiAjti6ns':,these, willybe.  i.^^er^^;,;'whifeh has" been (decided up^  ^^lai^fefie?first'diYisibhal-point west  ^T^d.toon^tbjn> the  ^Bi^yi^p3^i0^M^oa . '���������River. ������������������.f, Six  f^lifbe?ib^si|������^b^^  ;'?^i^?*^tf^^t^e^���������liiamo^  ; ^e^^|ti^^^i|^%^. I^^i^u?'" coal  _^'-^.^.���������ii-^jii-iiy-at.������������������������.:.��������� ,^-t- ������ ^-greville-  buntain  Terness;- with:God;in^: ye^..speci^y^yp||^p  '''??^;'W.e?;'ir-ead.;T-se;Yei������^->.-^ti^o-^  =that,?the: :^^^e^^*^Siim\l^iii^^^  $&il% bje designate^l^l^^L^ke   aJid  ?Ifbfkyj Mbuntaltty������Wife^TAyo- will be  eafeblished'TTaohTT^^he(   EdSSonton^C'al-  ^sr^ line:; Fi^ ywjjl; b* located bh  tl}e;-Calgary-Ii_tbbri(ige line: twbn on  "the- maitt.:lihe;rruhnin:g xtoythe Inter-;  national bpiinda^ ?fpur jbri;t^e,?Mary--:  ;fiejd-������ethbriqge?������xierisioa^^Wipstf;l bt  RadviHe-, ,*fiye^ on : the line , beiweeu  Henry and iSwift Current.; Tneselwill  include the ��������� ne^^^^i:bf-^Gr4-^istb^&v  (which is;expect^dSlb!.tl,^^  ���������^.rn.efi������an.:;.-M?y?rafr^:f.gySisp'ss^;^  ;';v:J%dul^lng?\Di^ori^^  i^'yiaeihbjidge^v^Ita-.-^^  Jose  Rlchllng, fepresehtatiye bf-%e  goyernment of; XJimgiiay tb;.theyTJiiited;  States,,?? has ;-(:a,rranged'.; ^for ':��������� theV;sendinig:  'of a delegation..of .IJrugusnyfarrhijtig?  experts; and a large exhibit of the^lprc*-,  ducts? of; his;country? to the International Dry-Farming:Congress ahdyEx-  position here?-Oct;21-26.; The del^gay  tion. wili; include several^ ladies of-note;  who will.; attend :,.the ^Congress of B^arm,  Women   ih'which moyemeht TJrugary  is;greatiy interested. y     ?  ��������� y Wilbur Ball; a graduate of the Utah  Agricultural College, who has 'been  employed by the Uruguan .government to conduct demonstrations; in.  dry-farnilng- in that country, sailed  frbm:'New York last weekj accompanied by AV, B. Cole; a Colorado; expert, who will have charge of the il eld  and demonstration farm work there.  could be^:s'e1_ure;ai'.w^  wherb  the ??'railrbadi:>^iBrmihals.^wbtiid?  be; 16^ated.;S'A;pTOtectib^  .the:. rbadste^^bri-it:^ '���������  caHed: a harbbry;coiiid������a^ai^t^,;ac*.  cording? %6\Me: tn^vi^-^r^cbi^trubted;  with??a; reasoriabie^expense^;;;.;?- 222^2 y  ; The map which /'hats''>'been issueia2i^  .the:.-;i^ost..'\'aluabl.e;.':recent;?additfbnT^tQ"  the irifbrmatioh at the- command ?b������  th e government on: th e q.uestio.n\o!fythe?  two:-ports, and also the: route through  the bay and the straits. WiiiIe������Bio,udeT;  cision as to whieh port-will be select^  : ed as terminal has been made, if Nelson proves sis satisfactory as the; by-  drograpbers' map? would show, fit������is  likely to be the choice; It has a number of :ady^mtagesV(^In;the:Tf irsfc^place  I^elson;Is a;little closerTtb/theTwest-  ern; wheat: fields thian: Churchill, and  every mile? saved; in the railroad haul  is so mnch ihvthe (pocikets:; of the' far-  mers4 ;Frbm L,e?_*as tb; Nelson is  about' thirty miles?' shorter' than to  ���������Churchill.-;?;,;yy :'���������'' y^y:y?yy2-:--yy'yyy ���������  T.he grades to Nelson Is said-...tw-'be.  a little better than those; to Churchill.  Nelson -alsbVvist:(some.y. hundred and  twenty miles elbserto (Winnipeg than  Churchill.; Withythe.terminals ? and;  harbor atcNelsoh>--;the;; proposed;Win*  nlpeg to! Hudson Bay,vrailroad would  avail itself;of the facilities; and  toWgrain (could be saved;;thbi extra  haul. Then Gntari&'vinteridsy_ tb' "ex-  tend the T.N;R^.;;r^lway, Its own  provinciarbwhedfline.: thrbugh to'the4  bay,- and :it iglbbkihg tbNelson as: a  port; so;that it. Nelsonyis selected;it  would suit bote  ^iSl&the^Sa^^  - can ��������� ,:be.-vnia_.e;'? ^thv*^t?/^-tc?o'*?. .Bvss.t^'an:  ;expehse';perfbctly.;;;;s^e^:;t^  favorsits flnal^sele<?tlbh' by;thte;gpy>T  :bpiame_it.;;?C':_.i?;3^  ^;--Iti^lg������;3bUbtiU%IfS'^yt^  -: wilObe" 'done^ ^Kil.v'i'Ui^^^i^ditiQtt;  which will be sent out this spring has  ^T^ported.. ������������������:���������' -preparafibhS''-^i^^^tf^&f.  :betoggnatde,for;tb: lim/X^  pedyship ^hieb.i^^^bn^;r^oi^^^^or^  ^mJ^J^^m^B^mm^^ t^?a^ibuita^I?(de^lbbme#  tl  and?- power he went "iovfoyiiyte^imiMk  XV11^ '?������:���������$_'.; FI'pI^'- ^bm-Txy^iiwherb 'W^:S#P  read that''the word of the Lbrivcam^l:;;^  ^into Abraham,' how -Danyv.times?^M yZ0;  find (the statement'?and;?how?;mucii:?tm'^M..  means cf definite commission -frbhiifel^l  heaven.. Howy-very?; :sth?ng;;;.it'vis%i^li;'^  Ttfi* V 3������T4Wh^re we read, ^Thewor^^  of ihe Lord came expressly?uhtbl _2zei-it!lSl  lal, the priest;" . Unless:;:we-S^bit?"fb.^J-������|pI  ������^?s$y^8: 'be^r? His: .yoice,"?ih;yHi^?wbi#f^i  His'-T^Misynpt'Tto;-'^;;1^.^;^^  -Me^- ���������}$$* ?������ospel- may; .be;gaid,?-tb(;begi������jiife  and end. withy^repehtanc^^aTad^miil#l>p  sipn? of vsins^yerse; 3 y^^^^y^i^yy^  The?^spel/that;dbes?hba^bM^M.t^i^  -r*���������??*__?^������������������^naj^&e bloodvpfWsim$$SM{  -isvi_ot4he''gospel-''ot-the^ace^||!_������^'������M^  ���������bnt::- ay :Peryerslon;?of;?the?;gbh^9oW:M^I  v������mp,4 .vvvt������,4 .-it.i.Wj!s*i*:--/, JJ-Veiy,ftr-my������|j__u^.:yki^.^  ,L^ntT;aouI, .^ayingT.:receivetf(.;^1^^ib^  JesuB  Christyand thus? ?havih&^bne#������^i^  made a .chiW;bf God arid received^M^   T  ��������� 'r_Wiir5Vfiftri1___������4_j'>' A*.;**i-.-._*'���������*-'-'������ -1 ���������   --.���������-ti-Li __-. *'_J_-i^li:I-iaiTi-*:'':  t brancb. and two, on the ?E%lls]S;  boidt  extensiiSn;  ;���������. y -���������,... J.:-.H \\!Stp:^ddrsss? Farmers'2/yy  f2.2 ;?-v....,v.!?v!^fe;^tbbrldge:;:;.U^  ; ^9thbrid^,;;Ali.a^Sir ; Thomas   G,  Shapghnessy, Prpside^it. of .the Cana-  dlatf-Pacific R^l-w^  inyitation *b: address the International  Dry-Farming  Congress at Lethbridge,  Oct;; 21-26, and? will attend 'the grea  :^^he"k^ngdbm^hat;wa^;4-t^a^  :Would- ;haye. come^if;.'(-he:;M^iah;-iM^^T^  be_n":'ri__oi-yed'v?4li'd^_ftJf*cb^  awaitsthe return ot the Kihg^blttjibiil  y*M$  number of; prominent Dominion offii-  ���������   yj^\������^.^':"^'": ~^ri"X~'*'y'^''','t:: *'*'! ';^r'*^^,^"-"'7J'TFVV,i*^^^^ViV.*-VrVi^r^  ,'_**__i������: V' ���������"''.  ;'..' 2 '��������� .."'.-.'.';.'* -' .';!'; '^.,:r*.'W-T :.': ;:.'t,,'.';.',-'-'-.-'-"/:.-'.',.'.--' .'���������--.;. -'*'::��������� "/������������������','.>  THREE YEARS AS A SPY  j Prominent London Lawyer    Believed  to Have been Entrapped by Belgian  " ' ��������� London, Eng.���������-There is u rifling tide  of anger throughout   England   over  .'��������� tbe sentence of three and a half  ycara' confinement in tho. fortress  passed by the German Imperial Court  at Lelpalg upon Bertrand Stewart, a  prominent London lawyer, on a charge  . of espionage.  The,'feeling  aroused . haa  reached  ��������� suoh ft hnlght that there la a posslbll-  , ity the incident will prove the break-  ��������� ing t������blht of Ang!6*Gorman hostilities.  ,Tho taotiCannpt bo overlooked that  the i nowapoperc representing both  Croat political parties of Great Britain  are clamoring for government action  in Stewart's behalf.  Questions will be put in the House  as soon as tho parliament meota uh-  Igbb somothhig should be done by the  Kovornment ln the meantime.  British fooling, has boon inflamed  about tho affair because tho trial took  placo mostly In flocrot, Tho, only wit*  uobh ugalnub Stewart was a Belgian  who Ik rnptitort to be a nrofoaslonal  apy And la known to have aorvod several terms ln prlao:i. Tho, cry horo Ib  that the Belgian , entrapped Stewart  fbr-thoi pnrpoao of getting paid fo?  turning, Informant.  Stewart'u profoHsloual slamllng aud  family connocttona arc of tho boat,  , Yuan Shi Kal ,10 Dictator  ;       I.ohdpn,  JdiiB,���������Fronilcr   Vnuu  fiiiil  carrion tha'edict in his poelcot nnm-  .    ing him aa high cioiiiui.sH.onor with  ahaolute powors and making him   a  ,\   virtual dictator, ������nya a Pokln dispatch  .'���������    to tho London Dally Telegraph.   Tho  I    retention  of the    Throno'a    dignity,  which Io carefully guarded by tho cap*  "   ltulationa, divided Into throe bhapteva  of twenty artlclon. make tho futura  governm������nt n commonwealth rather  ,   >.'ii,|lM.41   U  .������-public.  V, 444, .4.44. Ii.,,',.,.,, , ���������  , "I,,, 141.4,  ,4.  Ireland Not to Have Fiscal Autonomy  lidndon.--.John McKlnnoh Robertson, member of parliament and of  the government, addressing an Irish  meeting In London added an? Interesting contribution to the anxiously debated question whether, under home  rule. Ireland would control the ou������-  toms and excise.v Mr. Robertson said  that to give Ireland complete and absolute flacal autonomy would be tantamount to separating her from tlio  empire. There was no hope, he declared, of carrying the home rule on  ouch a footing is thin, and h������ trusted  that the home rulers would realize  that Elaoal autonomy was out of practical politics.  The Tlmr-R differs with the Daily  Chronicle's forecast, of tho homo rule  bill Which said that the Irish parliament would have full control of tho  customs and tho cxqIbo.  ' Tho Times declares that tho lm*  berlal ^parliament will retain control  of tho customs.  Port Nelson Likely Bay Lino Termlpu*  Ottawa, Ontl---It is understood that  as the result of the survey: made at  Port Nelson^and Fort Churchill during  the past summer and fair the Gov-,  ornmont has practically decided that  Port Nelson will'be'the Bay terminus  ft,  6,4V.  ludson Bay Read.  charts of the straits and; report on tne  necessity for 'a- Ii|^thousei?v Wirbless;  stations and other?_4dsiy;tp;navigation;  ���������on the "straits. ?   ?:���������'������������������ '222 -':;;- yyy.  I;; The; gbyernmeht; Is' a^ii^sotb'' have;  everything? ready for 'a 'line; of steam-  eratb start sailing:as sobhyas the'rbad  isvcompleted..- y;,iyy. y;--iiyyyy:2H^fy-,  M0J=tE CgNARip SHIPS  ���������Ara  Cawe of Hindoo Women  Ottawa.*���������Tho two Hindoo women  who recently arrived at Vancouver  win H*������ nl1<*wi������d tn rrmuifn until the ro-  port o< F.C Blair is rocolved. Mr.  uiair in i.iiu wii_4v.ui* uuiuiuii>������.utt4u> >,l>u  went to tho coast to study tho problem ot Hindoo immigration.  Connaught Cables Welcome to King  Ottawa, Ont.���������Tho following cable  was sent t- King Gobrgo by the Duke  ol CoiiuuiikIil;  '.'The Govornmout and pooplo of  Canada humbly dosairo to offer their  heartfelt coxigratnlatlonB upon your  Majeatlos' home-coming and thoy ro-  Joioo in hhllevhiK that norbni ot statoly  and splontlld pngoantB which havo  marked your Ma.icHtIea' progross  through India testify to that spirit of  affectionate loyalty which animates  pooplo of Canada and Ih shnrwl In  oqual mouBuro by our fellow uubJectB  In Uiohu fur off lamls. from which,  through tho blosslng of God, .your  Majootloo havo aiifoly roturnod."  mtmm������imm0mi*mmmi*<mmm wf*���������mm*i*  Possible to Croua Ocean In Balloon  Borlin.������-*-Hana G^rloke, tho young  Gorman onginocr, who wwi tho lftll  aordou-Bumiult. .balloon race In tho  Unltod StatoB, told tho Berlin aoro  Mult    VAftonilly    Hinl.    ht*    Tt*tf������ri)*u1       ihik  orosalng of the Atlantic in an ordinary balloon ari nltoKothor fcaalblo.  flouthwcwterly to easterly winds,  ������ald Horr Oorrlcko, blow along tho  l&th latitude, and with fair luck ought  to enable a balloon to fe<*t from America to iiingiaiiu in Uituu or tou>: uu>i..  II- tV.Sr.!^ *Jt,i r!:r.*t.": t'*'* - ',**'"  loon at loaet as favorable as with a  dlrlglblo airship.  The reports of the tidal and hydro  graph surveys conducted with the  greatest care indicate that both marine and land conditions at Port Nelson favor its selection.as a safo and  accessible harbor, while the topographical surveys favor, the territory via  the southern route as compared with  the route to Fort Churchill. ;  In anticipation of the selection of  either port as the terminus of the  road, land speculators havo bf������on buoy  for Bomo time buying up lands in the  projected towiiBltos.  Col.   Kullabko   Arroated  Kievo, Russia.���������Colonel ��������� Kullabko,  who was.head of the aeorot police of  this city at tho timo. of Premier Stoiy-  plu'a assassination, Fobruary 14 last,  and who was en trusted, with tho duty  of protection of the Emperor and  Empreaa during their viBit hero, waa  arrested In oonnootolon with alleged  emboy.zlomtmt, of fuudu allotted by  city authorities for foatlvitloa arranged on that oocastou.  Dickens Centenary In London  London, Eng.���������England Jolnod In a  suitable observance of'tho am- hnnd-  vilth nmilvoycivry nf the birth of  Charles Dickons. In London tho moat,  notable featur������ of llm c.trlehratlon was  tho annual dinner bf tho "Boz" Cfub,  at which '.Lord Uouobory , presided,  Many magnificent floral, 'offarlnge,  Momo of thorn from distant parts of  the world, wore deposited at tho  grave ot the fahimis novelist In Westminster Abbey.  Two  New Steamships,,, Ordered  y;.?'; For' .(Canadian ;^pry|cePiyi'('. '^y . ���������'  London, Eng.~It transpired th_,t the  two new ISi^OO ton.8teftmshipB,i%that  liaye just been ordered'by the Cunard'  line- are intended for the Cahadlan'ser-  ���������vice..yy.yy^y'Y'.     ���������; ���������:?.'.-. 2--'^ ?���������' '<''''���������; '"���������-->-  '-"���������'���������; The 'ifesults |6f the inaiigiir-.tibn of  the Cunard service' to the St; Lawrence have been so satisfactory that  the directors have decided ���������to aiifement  their sailing li-f by the    two    hew  shipB, which  will, measure  640  feet  with abe^m o������ WJte-t f) luphca.   The  "coutmcts have    been    placed,  with  Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering  Co. of Greenock,"and   it is   probable  that the two vossels will be ready for  vthe 1913 season. ���������  * i In the meantime the. Cunard ? Co.  will place in service other,'boats >;already advanced in construction, but  of much smaller tonnage. It Ib anticipated that by the time the Cunards  place the new .boats in comniisislon  further cohtracta of a similar nature  will be open' to tender.  While this last atatement in not  made positively as*-yet, if the coming  season's trade to Canadian ports  yields VeaultR as satisfactory aa thbae  that have been obtained recently tho  amounjt ot tonnage will have to be  greatly .incvoaaod.  Other companies Bending their vessels to Canadian ports aro alao said  to be con torn plating additions to their  fleets', and it is estimated that the total addition to tho Canadian tonnago  during tho coming aoaaon will bo  fully 30,000 tona.  <b^wb^-.eas-ei&>^^  RtatesV and James -I. Hiii, (tiioneer railroad^ .builder:.'bf-.--'.the Faciflp Northwest;  willvbbtil;in all probability!attend tlin  Gohgress;ihdjmake addresses on tlit?  iadvahced;?;agriciiitural mbyementv (i^r.  Browfl has "accepted the- * invitation  tehtatively: upon business ���������engagements* while Mr. Hill will make every  endeavbr;td.be present-at the .time-Sir  Thomas is in Lethbrldge.        v       (  FALL WHEAT GR^WJW<-^  ;-'on;v;tha%T^ii;-the^nd  Tbhan;;Bei^?^eT.'i'sfl.i'v^iA..;(-.^iVvi.*^  age of yyvorldwide "evangelization thad.  >*iriteV_fttih'g iWforrn������iMbri Submitted to  (the  Commons'  Agricultural  .;-''������������������ '2' Vl',/-,;i 'Cbnirnlttetf uy ���������;��������� ������������������'  ��������� Ottawa, Ont:-���������The agricultural committee of the House of Commons took  up the inquiry of the,growing of fall  wheat in the...w.e'Bt and. eyldence waB  given  and  statemehts ��������� were    made  which would go to show that the day  may come when fall ���������wheat ,may al-<  piost  entirely displace'   the    spring  throughout the whole of; the prairie  provinces. .  X.. U. Newman.-Becrotary*of*thc Canadian Sped G>owersV, Asspclatlon,, was  thbprinclparwitness; He:^pointed out  that fall wheat now was grown, very  successfully In Southern .\lberta and  Nbrthern Manitoba... .He .wns opthufe-  tastlc over results * In ;yt)auphin and  Swan River ut-tF-icts  that the  would  ostlma'.o was corroborated by W.  p,; Staples, of Macdpnald, who . said  that he:<believed' fall wheat*could be  grown aB successfully, pi> bald prairie  as in Northern Manitoba.  Tied;^;samffi.lsi^.1^^  ��������� hei^y;t^yTiff^r^Tp������(|t)fiie  (lowed^b&r.-^  ?We;?-iniust'.;prbvfi;:; tb?^!^������!^!^^*^--^!;-^'*^^  :worJfsVthe(.^ali#;^  ;reads??t������4=;htedfti'-'but:;pebpie:'T4^d^-h^?:^  ;iilustrations;:in;,b.ur,-Iiyes^;SThb;;iiius^  trations in som^ booksi.c'?are so ? pool     -^  th^tithey^ddihp^  is. ievOT. so in our lives, "i^btveverj?  one that    salth-^������������������* * but   he    thai;  jdojethi,*^ .pur-' Lord :;'saldl;.;;--::A.nd;;';-;elfie''  wherbil^is wri-1^n^tha^^lth"CwIth"  , , ..P^i^wbrks  Is  dead"   (Matt;  vii, ^21 i?  :0*'Jas. ii,20>.   -We -are delivered fro������;  the wrath to come without any wbrki  bf oiirs; but wbolly (thrbugh ^esus; th<;���������  Son of God, rdised' from\the dead (ic  Thess. i, 10). , yet. as a tree is khowx  by its frult.vso vtlie. bplieyer should? bi  known by his actibns,.v If.iwe aire nevi  creatures to Christ wo should wall  .MS  y'-m  y*m  v-vV'rSl  ''f&  "SyM  All ruwom V������t������i Aui. Tuyoll.ti"  Berlin.���������Negotiations betweon    .he  pow������rs wltii i'uiVr.aco to u joint ubiu--  ment on tho Chlneso nltu&Uou    aro  6rounding  oh  tho   Initiative  of  tho  hltod Stato������ Govornmont.   It is be*  * '* ..    ������������������        D    ...   4    4.   -4.  l,iU.4.U.      i-.Ai,     <a4���������  4  4.1   4*444 4. 444M     444 ������ 4.      4. 4 . W> .,..-'.. .  <*n* trt r*nnh n di-flnH^ nirre^mont.  pledging themaolvos to takn no ntopa  In China unleas all not tojcothor.   "  ANTELOPE   THRIVE  Aro Roving in Bands Through Alberta  Irrigation Dietrlct  Calgaryi A)ta.���������Pussongors on C.P.R.  trains running throuirh the Irrigation  bloo'r aro nuio.h ln<������*t'������Htf*(l thoso daya  to boo roving bands ol'-autelopo ���������ra/.-  Ing tranquilly along tha main lino of  the railway between Brooks and Bub-  aano. Tho animals m hands of from  200 to 500 aro attracted to tho locality  by tho food on tho rich wnHB adjacent to thb lino. Tin* provincial game  regulations which aro ovtrcmoly strict  nllow an npon Benson only in October,  ������noli hunter being allowed to kill but  two males under one year old. Sunday  HJl.ooiJiiK IS proiiiiflU-u. XJnuui ^,iu������i.>  ���������regulations tb������i Hnoclmcne aro rapidly  huHeivbU.t;.  28,000 Home������totid������ Survtyet*  Wlnnlpng, Man.*��������� Ovftr 2r������,000 home*  .'.!''* I'..".*'' ������"'������     '    ������I,44H,4������,������^/" WMtJt 44  4-44  on������n"to iio taken up on'th<-G; T. P.  west of Edmonton ami m me unuiuti  Pralrlo country,  and 14, "What shall we do?" remind  us of the question- in  John, .yi.' 28 v  "What  ahall   we   do-,that, we i.n.ighl  work the workr bf'dbd?6  !Ob!rFLbr.  repllpd,  "Thin   Is  the  work  of  God  that ye beiieyo, on Him whom H.fi,.hatl  sent."'  Thus only can salvation vibm, ,  to any one., Being aaved,..wiiat then'  "Do .luatly, love  mercy and1 humbl������.  thyself to walk with God" (Mlc.yi, ft  margin).    Show sincerity by love t<  others rtft' dppor.tunttjr offbra and ni  God gives the ability.   To tile people,  __������������������..      , ,      i the  i>oUi.iclaiiS,'tliO pv1mI������-*S, -He S**''(  e -fS? ������f -11 W]^L mowing a separate answer puUed,ite!; thblr clr  rapidly   increase.    Newman'a ] e.ljmHtnnceH.'    Wp  are '.hot'to    lool  around and cpnnidor what others arr  doing, but each for himself ask'".Lord  what .wilt. Thou have rhe to..dQ?"'C6h  earning our looking at' or' thinking  of what others are doing, we noodthi  Lord's word to. Peter, "What is thai  to thoo? Follow riml^'or tlm,wc������dlr  I Thess; Iv, 11, "Study to bo quiet am!  to do your own business and to wort  with your own hands," \As;tty������ ,peppl������  wondered at John It was' his dfiliglu  to point, thorn awliy from, himself tc  tho onb whom ho camo .to.announce  of whom'lie spoko as 'brio, miSbfroi  than. I, tho latchet of wUose.fi*boes V  am not worthy to unloose" (verseilGY  .���������,������������������.I  and of whom he: ayliUle ,lat������a; owed ryri'  ;:B������\ioia:'il.0 Lamb of gotl';.J.Yoh> i r,l  21), ?t(i).' Tmitead of water baptism:)!!,    "  .'.���������;  ;, EARL  GREY,.OfS,RATES  .   ���������   .-;....,,���������!,,.;v-  Believes St. Lavtf^ehb^J: Will bey Out-  " let for NcVthwcatiJ ,  T-ibnd'oh,' Knc.-���������l--nrv"GriVy'^' RpAKYclnp;  at .a, dinner of thoStoamslilp Owners'  AiiHocta'tlbh held ttt" Newcastle' rC-  contly; oxprossed<the,belief that*-big.  rise in Canadian fhol^hts wur Imminent. He urgod-shlp owners to watch  tho Bt, Lawroncc.whlch, ho.sald, w.ould  turn,,ont to bo tho outlet, not only for  tho oxpundlne Cuhadlan trade, but for  iho northwest ports. Montreal Would  be mnde-u first-class port.and he,believed that riuoa und.iusuruucu would  bb tertucod to tho lovrl 'of ythomv on  voaBe!|a bound for American ports.  STARVED  HER  PATIENT  ���������t   . .. ,. . . l I/  Indeterminate Sentence bf From Two  To Twenty Yearn Given Mre.    ...  Hu--4.ru.  Seattle,, WaBh.���������An    indotorminate  .,,,������4i.���������.vv _.' from t-vo t" t*vr-.������-,tj* ������������������w  in tho penitentiary waa pronounced |-nt"tn'o-Guild "Hull on Fob, 21.  at Port Orchard on NUh. Linda Ibnfl.'l  fla_-ard, faoting apeclallct, convicted  of manslaughter for having; cauaed the  death of Miws Claire Wllliamaon, u  ".'���������nnithv  Rtitfilsh  woman.  Application for a now trial bccuiiMe i  ". .*,.4*4������l  Ol       UIHJK0"       l".|"U|'H 4.������l.44 44 4,V       44 4. 4... 4^   ,  Jury waa overruled.  4 I  yyy i  ��������� : : v'.|  '- v������..:*41  ' :'f  .v'.V  ���������'������";  m  would bhptltt .With thb Holy Gttpsl  and -with fire, .    .    v  Doclof^ io Ctrlli't- on i.itvr.'iy.te'  ��������� 'Lbpdon'.^The '��������� mtnlstoriat \ orftan  \The Dally News, admits tho".j|-oa.!t3  .bt thq^orieia wl-.lch haa ovort^wh^tln  working of thb National '���������Jntoiirflinin  Act. owing to tho attitude of tho doc-  tor*.*.. ','���������.,'���������   ,. ,.; . ������������������' ���������' V .'��������� v i'ji  ' Tbe next fortnlKlit will d������cl������Jo Wptv  tb������r tln-ro win bo a strJte<r agatns&tipe  hoIumiiu unci all parllub uvo 1ou';'uk"'������.'  ward with greui intorpst'tb tlio ipeob  !'��������������� C' *b������ ),**,''"'t  M.'.'ll.-'iT  AiiMnelnilnti  About Ill.OOO dootara out. of 37,00f  h������v<"' "l^ncd n (W'l'tntntti.n unytnir thm  they will work uiidoi- tho net only at  turnjtt to bo upjirovod by the nonpcla,'  tion. 'n  '  "'���������'tl  y'M  .   *    4  I  ��������� ..,*���������       ������lrt������  ��������� I.    *t- -������������������������/*��������� 4m  jpath to tho loftloHt height���������Curlyl^.  t> \  4_-_-_--l----l---U---_l---_-k  ____________MwiLi---iiiiMiiiiBiii������Mii-i-  ,    'Vtj-Ulf  <i* .ft,A' :-^y   1.1*-.  4,y���������44,141.  f       '     'l        ���������  It <  XJ3.&  T.*������T-<������,>'*������,f4--T  JCh.K_tV--_-iTC,  '4r,T.T������C������ri.r,icr  T������      4T1  a^5������_e-as:  I..?!,  ��������� _&-..' ;'  :&:  Ford Model T Fore-Door Touring  Car  (Fore-Dooraare detachable)  5 Passenger - 4 Cylinder - 20  Horsepower  Oar, Prioe$iO0O includes extension top, au.  tomatip   brass  windshield,  speedometer,  two 6-inch gas lamps, generator, three oil  A.    lamps, horn and tools���������f.o.b. Oroatou.   No  ^\   Ford Oa-s sold nnsqnipped.'  .9-n.crs-B.-L gusm:1  Creston will ^oon have a garage of a  most most modern typ? and the auto-  j mobile business in the Valley will be  in full blast.   R. S.   Bevan last wee k  bought two lots along the main  road :  back of the Bank of Commerce and at  once started clearing the ground.   The  two   lots which  Mv.. Bevau    bought  from Mayor Frecl LilUb muasuroOS by  j 100 feet and Mr. Bevan intends putting  H| up a building  which  will measure-10  | (by 60.  A^���������J      -.���������?       4���������J. 4.^44C4 4 4-4^,4C./.r444  I-_34C������-4^V������4^*-    ^���������<=-,-^_^-<^^V^������44*--444������4-(4^l=������4^-"  ,-A      ���������������.  _-C-JUPS_.\  HA\/.sm  _ra  n fu ar*"������ j  S������&j^mTWmT _F"~"_t*������������_____*  WE GUARANTEED  A RERFtE'GT ffiJSt  All   Gars   Fully   Eaui&becU-' None   Sold   Unequipped  _4 _       44������������������.   J.        S     *ff������      J���������  -__^^J~5 ��������� g        rt������4.*i.��������� 4,4���������4.  f"������.i*tS jnVUCI   ������    4rfOi������iS4SiSl4������.i=.!    5JW-re__������w������  (Pum-le Seat Is Removeable)  3-Passenger���������4-Cy Under ��������� 20 Horsepower Oar. Price $925 includes top, nnfco-  matio brass w>nd._hie!d, speedometer,  two 6-inch gas lamps, generator, three  Gillss-���������1. horn and *������o__----f������'o._. Orea-  ton.HoFord Cars sold unequipped.  ^s  g-V  Tbe beauty of purchasing  a Ford, aside from tbe Srigk  standard of excellence in  tliat Vanadium steel marvel  ������. _: r     -ai  ���������Cooking, Housework, Needlework,  Nursing, or care of children or invalids  undertaken by the'day. Terms St!,SO  to $B.    Miss R. Warner, Creston.  ii**.  The honesty ot tne i^a-ap-jus.  Bob Reid bns a smile six inches long  the renso.i being that he has a number oi little eluoke runuiU(c arouud uu>  der the O: P. tt. warehouse. Bob will  be eating real Spring ohU'ken before the  rest of the.'Orestonitos have thought ot  ii hutoli.  yy;  bell's Clothing materials aad������  tbe integrity .,. it's workmanship are things vhieb *w.  may be depended noon. vt������  K**^mmtvmnm*wmKvm  MtMW lilMMN  ^-.���������JSS*  _gi>.--4-4>  A       -S-g������ sgrSH  _ g:^W  -Sjjii-J-J   ff ��������� _������������������_ Ii   ^   \ ,%____9?        ^ ��������� ^^ ��������� ^y  ���������JS__ * -Sa. Oa ���������5__- *fe ������^ ��������� *=* ������^ -_53_ __*J?__i?_L  *^-^_?>^-^yy������^!-'>^_la>  _ui _m���������w*i^~wy���������Ml'*  <VV*������A*<VVV<i4������VV**A>*'Ai>4^  Mrs. S. A. Speors has  been on  th������  sick list but is now recovering.  ���������4l    K  Wlf&WAAA&iAJiltf  i  ���������_-..*-'���������!-���������  ,*-���������������������������i no*������������������__JW3J>  ^rsiRr .mull  Vi������ a    cits'  >osr s -^ g g 9 B-r 5  I Billiards and Pool  Si  I  rt. i eiiITI  _^4-S4._S4_  Tho Bible Olnsa ol the Pz-e-ql jturir n  ���������hnrch met nt the home of Mrs. Oaui-  u-ou Tuesday eveuing.  is tuat it cosies "su__.y4-4_as.ppea"���������tlie Car wituuUt..kki-vJ-u'a&.',  R. Lamont made a buisness trip to  ^JYi. 1 or\if\    1 o est*    %-mr <_/\Ij>  *."     VV-4>--^4l   fc *4-V>--4- ������, _-%4*������X*  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  J Cigars and Cigarettes   IS  razors  Ground and bet  Sm 1?  , rronj  Ford Model T Torpedo Runabout  ^Passenger���������4-Cyliuder-���������20 Horsepower  CarPrice $925 includes top.autoiuatio brata  windshield^ speedomefer, two 8 inch gas  lamp?, generator, three oil lamps, hern  and tooJ^���������f.o.b. Creston, No Ford O-ars  .old ineqnipped.  5AM HAShSLL  4444V A���������  ^W _ ��������� ^      -      -     ^.  JS. J^_   ���������     ���������     ���������     ^.^ i.^-.   _.^..^.^.^44..fc.A^4^44>4V A. .^.^.^   .^ ^-   .  ..mv.wwwwuuUJ  ^  Ed, Kelly, one of Croston's old timers but now of Cranbrook has'been  spending-a few days in Creston renew -  ing old acquaintances.  we are aiso agents tor v^ias-  ���������-'���������V-'V-Le-.   K^������_. **������C-    A      o-r������/l     ht      ^���������irlinHi-iV  ���������  ��������� ���������      ��������� W  $4^00 to *72QQ, Oakland Cars  John Crawford af Canyon City,, who  has been employed with the C. C.  Lumber Co., is suffering from an injured foot received while loading logs.  ^  ^  \  I  OlJ b -US-LB EL I  wm     n S     S   ������     m     S  a  1   ":.'$X750tb $3,000,    Flanders Motorcycles, $240 np, Mclnty re Trucks $2000 up.  I  is;  IVIiss Laur-x Edmnndson is confined  to her home through illness.  ���������a  I  ���������mmgf  1    Miss A. L. Needham took a, ple.asurc  4-.,:���������.��������� irii���������t     e?.., ,i   I/14J/   VU  OV41.4.UCUC,,     4j4tUUlUlty.  HP  'Nurseries'  Vernon, B. C  #  #*  X Hz&e a very fine assortment of %  . ������Rtt       i������������i? -_--/>^^<-*-      *_*-.*<i_i _-������_>������* <r������ ' ^m  Mr. and Mrs. D. Lyons of Canyon  City we4*e callers in Creston, Monday.  PROFESSIONALS  A.jl. LUNDGREN, M.D.  HP  Physician and Surgeon  ZXKGLER   BLOCK,        SPOKANE.  DENTISTRY  I-. E. HALL D. D, S-  Ofllee   over Frank Parks Hardware  dtor*������fiaker Street.  JA&.H. SCHOFIELD  S'il"0  Xiiie ������~"^ .^.ccidsnfe insurance  REAL ESTATE, Efco.  TRAIL       -       -       ���������  B.C.  CltAN BROOK,  B. C.  CHAS. MOORE, CE.  B O.  IiAHB StrBVBYOB AND   ARCHITECT  rTHOROUGH3R������D     ROYAL  SOVEREIGN STRAWBERRY PLANTS  $IO PERT HOUSANO  tkm\wmfmmkytmm^^  ALL PLANTS QU ARANTEED TO  OROW, .  HWmffim B!$M*&Vlfmf9  Plans and Speoifloationa  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  /Uyim********     V*������*������'  VVMNW-l*M������4<       ���������_-������-**>������#.  CRESTON      .  B.C.  ;reston realty  AisD insurance co.1  tftnifc Lands, Town Property and Insurance  CRESTON  B.C.  Before Letting  IU Contract.  Clarence Barnes, who has been employed at Can yon Cifcy the pasb year  left Sunday for Edmondton.  For the buildina of your Now  House, Store, Office, Workshop  or other building, write or call  OKELL, YOUNG & co.  Kml -Bate-- and Itunurmaoe.  HOUS3ES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  MADAM LAVAL'S  Sotton Root Compound Tablets  ThM- PHlt aro compounded with .he tre-tent  our* from tho moit reliable rem-dlea known to  Umco; aucb as aro being used with much aucccap  Borderi       ..   w r), ttin  all drug atorei, or by mall from TUo  Prire 18 a box.    Vo. 8 (much atronpftr), *n a  box. ������old at all druir atorei, or by mall ire  fLmvimX nrnic Co.. fel. c������Ui������rln������a( Oat.  on me.   xCstimates given on all  kinds of work._   Rep airs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  Kuaranteetl on All Work  UV1I11  OYDf   Creston  miR.Beat.������  CHANBROOK - B. C.  .ii_,'���������.'.J,va-rr  Th������  ORCH A R D / STS !  ^myii hm MB4K M_J   _l _H Ml -__f W 4k MT      mt        M  IRft    wrm. ���������������*������-������*������_    IFmII***!.*-v    A|������������������M<r������lirik������������,������������r_������r\i      1 4rl  1UK timx voiii.} l.uiMjriKj), liu.  -._ ������_     ALOERQROVE.   0.C.  Home-Qrown Nursery Stock  |giclud!!is: Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  F R   FUL.L   PART/OULARS  WjUTit��������� Oa 3kk-~  KIOHAKD McCUMIi. )AH. CIOMPTON.  n������nmr������l Manager, T.ocal AkuiiL,  Aldergrov**, B.C Uro-ton. Ji.U  ttWWniWMMMU----^^  V  Funeral Director  .  ii.  Full   Line  of Millinery  Showing all tho Very LatoKt  KaHhionH iu LiuUoh' IIiUh,  Trimmiugw, Flovvcni, lllhlioiin.  Wo havo aliio it largo Htock ot  (^hlldren'H Wo������ii>inir Ai-pm-H,  for tho h'nll uiul Winliu- miumhih  44WW4^44\%44^a>l|WWMW*4W������W^I^^W������IWW^^I*^^  IWrc     n. VOI1 MO  SYNOPSIS OV CANADIAN  NORTHWEST  MINING REGULATIONS  COAIj���������Coal mining rights may be lensert  or twenly-ono years, renewableatan anuual  rental or 81 an acre. Not more than 2,4560 acres can be leased to ono applicant.   I.oyaltv,  Ave cents per ton,   In unsurveyed lerriioiv  the tract, must be staked out by the applicant iu pei-BOu, and' personal application io  the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion   Lands  tor the district most in all cases be made and  tho rentul for the flrst year must bo paid to  the   agent within   thirty  days after nilug  implication  Q,UARTZ~a person eighteen years or npe  and over, having: made a dls-ovory m������y locate a claim l.fioo feet by 1,600. t'Va, 85. A  least #100 must bo oxpended on tho elntni  each year or paid to the Mining Rocordov.  When JB0O.O has been expended or paid a no  other rcaulreirionts compiled with, tlio claim  may be purehasod at 81 un acre.  PLACKn MINING CLAIMS aro -00 feet  Innrrnnd from I.oao ta 2,000 .out wluu. Ent rv  fee 85. NoMesB than 8100 must bo oxnond-lj  in dovolojiomont work each. year.  DRKDGING���������Two leiiHos oi live mtlos each  of a river may be issued toonenpplioant lor  n term ol 2fl years. Hental. (fUl a mil,: per nn-  oum.   Hoyalty. 2M porcont after ��������� tho output  W. W. COItY  Deputy Minis tor of tlio Intorlor  * *  <!&   A     s   &9*&4_.  -$~^tA s*������ s*. <r������  ~_k.  Oriental and Shade <Trees      ' -..- X  and Shrubs 1  Budded Stock a speciality  All    -<-���������������.',,-..-    oflra<*04^    ,F4f.4M    c-l/s  /~V1* 4.K    *4������4-4~i������ UHVI    VM ������_>������ 4^44^..-^^  ������air_>4   n-rnw/n   tn     t\tt  <^ own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate   a.   JS  V. D. Curry, Qen. Agt, Vernotio ���������  sssa'  The Riverside Nurseries*  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  __._^-_-,-^____w--_^--^'-.'^--_i**-------*"-_-1"~~"'*~";7"*",;"i^;"'���������'"." j"'.'".-" i'"'"'"" '*"rTMTr!7"T"*T"'-" ���������'     ���������   ��������� '\~'' "i-'rr-"L /���������'i'���������':~ ���������JL!������������������ 1���������* *  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  AT HOME ;.; '.: ,;v."  The Rivw-isidc Nurseries are the nearest nursery company toOrp0ton imd'���������  have moro trees plniited in this distriet thttrf oiiir otheri company, .T1������0  a trees are started under the same conditions that they will have to ������^tu_t������  i in ihiH Valley. Thov win ho brought hero from the nuracrUo ttt GfttJ*}  | Forks iu three days 'hy freight or one and ono-half days by expra88������ Ail  i ti't-en guuvanteed 'homegrown.. ' ":'l''2' :  75,000 Rivermde trees are now growing in the district.  ]?or Oatulouuo and Priee list, writ������ to��������� .   .     ;  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C,  --strw������h������-W-a!-^^  *P������Wi ������,4-V*������!r!NI'."J,  SRRAY RUMRS and SRRAYING  mmm    materials  -?*t  Wmm\mWM'MEXSA  ^-voBsm:  We have a-stock of New Spray PumpS'  These are all Brass which will not  * ,;    ������ ���������   '  corrode.  Our large   size Pumps   are fitted <with a six-  foot brass lined bamboo rod.  Llm������ Meryti Sssl^skmr Bmiiation  t    i i    i ���������.      i      i     ���������) "i -11 -Tin i -i --ii���������i���������r '-| tiiiiiiiiiVii'iHiiiaii   f|'  Creston Mercantile Company, Ltd.  ���������i  MMMf  A^  i  I  \  ������ii-|imiini--iilrMi  ' "��������� "������."������"-- ���������_.-,��������������� ^I4,44,���������������������������U.,,^,4.4,444.  Mm

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