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 j    W -*V*   _-_���������������i  AM Sfes_s' ta.JBss--. epA -W^gt ..Km*  ���������_* H -MB,*  RESTON, B.C, FRIDAV MAR  PREMIER RScBRIDE  B4B W E> B������    B   2^>  Premier McBi ide passed iim>ugu  Creston twice this \������t k bat������ full  '  itniera^jr   prevented    him    from.  fltonniiitr off tn nrlriri������SH the voters  He went East Tuet-dny to addrees  the voters iu  the Cro v  connci-y  4.  l-ad returned ou his way to a mnss  meeting    at   Nelson yeBte-day.  The first trip he  did  not alight  j  from his car bnt on Thursday he j  descended So the   plat-orr--   *���������-������������  ������  ������������������ssrs-Ri  las. Hs Sshof-eld, BL P. P  greeted a number of the electors  l of the district.   The Hon. W. J.  Bowser accompanied him find also  greeted tbe voters.  DEER KILLER IS  The Creston Fruit Growers' Union,  limited, at its general meeting Monday formally organized and is now  ready to operate on a corporation hasis.  The Ranchers at their first meeting adopted their hylaws and elected officers and  on Tuesday evening the directors elect-  aa. user, ana seiec.eu o.  j*-.  ju������vie_.������,c,   n,*/  *������-_������������������   pilaff!" j*���������-r*���������r������������������> ��������� J~������  Ulf Ldl   BlfalO   B M^fi-u  tate as secrer������ry.     Later in  the week  the new company closed the deal for  the Moran property beside the telephone  office which extends  from   the goyern-  I JAMES BAJES WARNS  Young Says Future Cas=  es Will be Severely   Punished  Frank Bums who has hsan vastest;  for some time time hy the local author-  itiea on a charge of shooting deer oat  of sea^n was yei-tarday given a hearing  and/ fined fSCTaf^sr he had pleaded  euilfcy to shooting two of the animals.  'Qtoxno^as&Qn Bates was present afe>he  t&arisg aad be" esgi-essed great sosro^r  that .anybody had to be prosecuted for  .c&ovAJ-wto^    *mv%*\*m    wv    V������   Wt������MV>������)     ������**V   ������0%P i������ w������   -**������������  Candidate from Ymir Riding to Ex*  in   Mc Bride Policies;  One  Big Rally of Campaign  plaii  djeolared that it was necessary to protect the game>and that the case along  I" with any others would he prosecuted.  He urged leniency in Barns' case hut  declared that there would be no let up  in any future breakings ofi the law. :.  Burns came into Creston yesterday  morning and appeared at the Police  station at 4 -80 in the nfternoon. He  pleaded guilty to shooting the deer hat  deolared that he did not know he was  breaking th������i law. Game Warden IBates  then asked him what hia idea Wilis in  killing so many at one timo.    Ho de  clared that he was aotnnlly ia c������a of j **&. secro-wry, of the organizatfon. This  was too close to Oreston and theiref ore  supplies to make that plea Bound true.  No testimony waB taken and hef or e the  sentence was imposed hy Magi-rtrate  Young, Mr. Bate, made- a plea for loni-  onov as follows;  Rather   Prevent   Killling '      \  James H,  Schofield, Conservative candidate for re-election % a seat in the Provincial government from Ymir riding  will speak in Mercantile "Hall tomorrow evening.    It will be  |he one big meeting of the present  campaign and the public  and any who oppose his election are cordially  invited  to  be  present.    R. J. Long, president of the local  Association  wiii  preside at the ineetiug.  The present  campaign   is peculiar in that there is very  little combat for the seat in the house.    Mr.   Schofield   will  however explain the railroad and other policies of the Mc-  , Bride government aud his address should be interesting in  , the extreme to the voters of this Valley. Kc will also go  \) to some length into the proposed improvements for this sec-  tiou and will,dwell  to   some extent  upon the reclamation  survey which, he was instrumental in bringing lo the resid*  [|; cnts of the Valley. The present government has adopted the  policy of never malting a move involving much money until I ^������oh rather prevent a killing than p*o-|  *        J ��������� ',      ._,    Mention      for       a       Wiling. I"1  U has gone before the people for eudoisement or reject.6u awvwyBOrrr BuwlB t0 fle0 toli 0ftfie  oomo up.   It is a shame that thoNft deer  were killed.    The poor things cannot-  protect themnolrea aud they aro shot-  down hy. the white wan and   Indian:  when thoy come oat Into tho -opon to*  gotabVtQ of gras������ whoxwrer ^osBtble.  You nro not far enough from Creeton:  to bo actually in need of impplii s,   Yon,  aro attoug ouough to wwk,   K<iw when.  otBBH Uko this oomo up wft invwc prose-  men. road to the C.P.R. tracks  The Union hatl rather a lengthy meeting Monday. It was started at 2 o'clock  iu' the afternoon and was conitnued  with one adjourument mntil ll o'clock  fchat evening. The stockholders finallv  waohed the election of officers and D. S.  Timmons-who has heen the leader of the  {-Trait Growers' Assoeiaticm for a oouple  .'terms was unanimously made president  ol the new organization.. Mr.,Timmon8  was the only one who did nob -have any  opposition in the election, viis pafet  record     giving'      him the      viiil  fbr jfeaderahip. The hallo4& for the1 other'  officers resulted in the following selec-  4 ^i  tioias;  ���������. i i ^>  ji F. Ro?e, Vice-president, Directois,  W.|Q. Littlejohn, W. V. Jackson and  St imk Potman, forS years aad "W. J.  Do<w and John Hayden-for one year  ' t _  an d audi-ors, J. BHnco and W. S. Wat-  soit.'' 'r :- -"'"���������������������������  Directors  Are ResponsifesS  Tho management of the neyr, company  Is in the hands of the Board of Directors  Vho w.Ul   deo-de upon all matters of  ljuBinesrf and who will make the selec-  -S.   rS-jM- V������    V  #A^::HAr^^^  ' y; y:" ":'^y. !-^y .��������� ������������������ -$������.,.->"'������������������ ���������^h,^?v:c*: -^s*-*'��������� v^'^^yj^->:^.-:--yy.���������...:yyyyyyy.y-y-y  msii^x^mSSS^^^^m������x  MrXyy'yy yyyyy &m-m0^  es and ;B^$tei*ri,'#pfnts  '���������;if.V';^,;-VT-lr  tiona for .-manager, etc. The first meeting of dais board was held i'ueBdoy  evening when J. A, Lidgate wasappain-  The concensus of opinion in.tlxe .Gxetton district at the ^  present time seems to be that there~wili-.be a big rush of set- -  tiers into this Valley this Spring.    The  residents of ?othef;  sections of Canada  and  the United  Stales  are  apparently  thinking about Creston and .althongh no publicity campaign  whatsoever has been carried on,the Valley is well advertised.  letters are coining in almost daily  to Board  of Trade,  The Review and private citizens making inqu.ries concern-  food.  Mr. Bates then tokihimtbathe meeting Wa^ also a lengthy one lasting ing the Und in this district.    It is peculiar to note the num-  until lato*t .night.    James Cook who  waa Beorettury pro tern of the company  during    its   incorporation refused to  take the work of manager of tjbe com-  -pany heoause of Wb desire to spend all  i his time in developing his raiich.   Jnst  who will ho seleoted to take hold of  tho now company and handle itu goods  ���������I am not here to 'pvoa^outo people. \ in a question.  Thoro has been some taik  lufnot I am trying to prevent prowou-Hof advertising for a man to tako   the  tion hy preventing sucdi oases.   X would.1  of those policies. No drastic changes have been made in  the McBride government without such an expression of o*  pinion,  i  CAMPAIGN   IN   PULL   SWING   IN   PROVINCE* QUIET   HERE  There 's little doubt in the minds of the-campaigners  hut that the people of the Province will support the policiei  just enunciated by the administrative heads of the government.    The campaign is in full swing all over the Province,  Premier  Mc Brideh*"1*'*  **v*u^'" aui' >*��������������� mighn hh wwiii  _t������p down aud ont.   I f *������! that  I havo-  being the  quietest  here of any   place  sneiit -ihe carlv part of the week in the   Crow country and     .   M-. ������      . _ ^  nr  "       " y   r ���������J��������� .. .   ��������� uotunlly stopped tnoto  iptoseontlons by  Wfls,met at every place with great enthusiasm. His policie* pi.������,v_nting tho siaugh^or than s  have.|H������������������ Vft(^ t������,nt flffl1r������ *hmiidh������ noobU<\  lUonunura on J^-i-i. *j ,-.������LUv; ui# *.**��������� ^  work hut othor means may bo adopted.  A hooking agent should be on tho road  at this time and somo notion will probably be tak-u in tho noor f aturo along  thefce lines.   Somo of the mombors ar-  guo that an outside man who is a good  iialOBman Bhould he brought into tho  Valley to   handle tho buuluesa whilo  others advise gomg Blow in tbo matter  ot oxpoiiBG at preaont.   Tho latter oimrw  has been adopted, to dato.  N������od A Qood Salesman  Somebody oonvorsnut with tlio fmli  bUBlnoBiaud who can give hix criiin-  time ia needed for tho work in the- oyv>  of the majority.   Lant yo������������i  tlio Valhv  flht*;nM^ oror *1P,(MV> worth of fruit and  \*4%M*<*w**������������>V4v ������m *������-������  -i.  ber of things that the outside people want-to know- ' It is al*  so surprising to note how mu_h they know already about  this Valley and its possibilities.  The leading question at this time of the year is "Is the  snow off the ground and can we see land to advantage at present?'' There are a number of people coming here right  now and there are also people buying land. There is a small  quantity of snow on the ground however and The Review  in answer to the inquiries to it has advised the people to wait  a couple weeks.  PRAIRIE  FARMERS   DISGUSTED   WITH OUTLOOK THERE  Probably a majority of letters have come from Alberto.  and  Saskatchewan and the other Prairie Provinces.   The  loss of   last  year's grain crop and the  inability of the fan*-  I ars to get cars for the  transportation of what grain they did  harvest, is causing them to look t > this Valley which is noted ������  for never having lost a crop.    Few of the letters that huve  come to the Review have   not   had questions iu them con-  ceruiug the climate.    This seems to, be the leadiug quetmuii  in the minds of  everybody contemplating  a change.   No  flowery language is needed to answer this question,    'iliis  mrtfifltttt*/!   -tun   I*������0-* 4>  ���������AJ,v  4M4444444MM4NM44MMM4444444I444.  mmmmmmmmamMmsmmmmmii  SattmmmtSSSSSmmiWmmlSiimmt  mltiSSm^SS&mSimmmmS  ,|^4^^^^4a||||j||jgjjjj|gjs^^ ft t*^~"  THE   CBESTQN   BEVIEW,    CRESTOK,    B. C;  ���������KK  BCJX^Im'*mMmm*mW������9p*i  =   r m  h  it   i,  Jr..'.  m  ll  IP  Wy't  m  i  r  k4  i  wt.  I  I  ii  it  nit  11!  a mi iiiijinn iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii!   If   iiT HE  STANDA  IMTICL  iiiiiiiiiiuiiiuHiiuiiiiiiii.timiiiiHituniiiiniiiiiiiii   ��������� aniiTiViVJav'ii'"''Mliiiriii"  JSED  EVERYWHERE  ii  .n.i,f..iii!fl.iiiiiiii..ii.!i!i..:!nsi,  "        ir    inniii   ji i rrr *>*\. an. ������iv l iMfllUB       if  iU^-nilHinintlUtiiilillllUIIUIUHIIlllI.lhllH.llllHllMMJilHUuiii.Mii-iu  i^i.w������=? i    w-'cnr saw -    aVi^T**^  lli'ftiiitiiiiijiiji  i    B.&rxr&w s .. m^ME.   11111111  '"liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiJiiiiiiiiiii^  Curious Mistake.  Sandy was an-elder in the church,  and a truly pious man. He had an  eye for beauty and a love for. it. but  he married" Tina because he knew  she would make bim an excellent  wife.  "I suppose Tina is a . handsonn-  lass?" said Sandy's cousin, who met  him in Glasgow not long after the  marriage, and bad never seea the  bride. "I ken ye've gude taste, Sandy."  "Aweel," said the bridegroom    can  tiously, "she's the Lord's handiwork.  Tammas.   I'm no' prepared to say she  is His masterpiece." *  CO AIT f Till? SHEW,?  m  FROM THE HOUSETOPS  THAT      DOD&'S      KIDNEY    PiU_S  Ol IOC   filieeeDIMft   \Alf\AAChA  Straight  and   Narrow  Hampton���������Hartley    always   follows  the straight aud the narrow.  i*e's always directly  beniud a fourteen-inch stogie.  Tha Adventure* of a, Great Auk'e  An egg of the Crr������at Auk has had a  curious history After being in -.the  collection of tbe Vibcnmle 'le Barde  ���������for 20 years/in 1S25 it passed wi������h  two others of his collection to tlio  Boulogne Museum. The curator exchanged them to an Englishman for  an ostrich skin The new owner soli  Ihem in London to Mr. Potta, who  took this parlleular one to New  Zealand. Mr. Potts died there, and  in 1891 the curator of the Christ-  church Museum bought it for a  friend In England. Tt was bought, with  a speclnion of the Great Auk.    from  4������4. I     .....U TT.:-I.l        f~~ -44A        ������.4,n44.        1...  A.*..     .���������.x2\2^\2\.JL      I   1cm     *...*������      V������* J    4-.V.I .������J?Tt!CJ     L1������  Mr Rowland Ward- Mr. Ward sub-  sequently repurchased the egg from  Mr. MiddtrorooK, and dispos-'d of it  io Colonel .John i5. Thayer, for th*  .Thayer Museum, Lancaster. Mass., U.  S.Aw where the collection numbers  seven,    An American "corner" ih fact-  HER ONLY HGfE  Take Your Choice  Tightwad���������Is there anything    more  heartrending than to have a wife who  can cook, but won't do it?  Dyspeptic���������Yes;   to   have   one   thai.  can't cooK-and will do it.  A  Redeeming  Feature  The old man had given his son a  fair educati"- and had taken him into his shop- 'i ue young fellow was  over-nice about a great many ihings.  but the father made no comment. On<-  day an order came iu from a customer  "I wish to goodness,' exclaimed th.������>  .son, "that Gibson would learn to  spell," "What's the matter with" it?"  inquired the father cheerfully, "Why.  he spel's'ct-ffee with'it Iv." "Xo���������does i  he? I Uv'V'ir joi\<h<(1 it." "Of course"  you i������ver did," said the '"inn pettishly. "You n������v������r noU"~ '~"\-thing Ilk*"  that' "Perhaps not. my son," but  one thing I do notice, which, you will  ieam by andvby, aud that is that Git������-  son pays cash."  SMMsGim?  quickly stepa coughs, cures colds, heals  Use *S������s������������* ������a3 Imk!������!S       ���������      -  ..���������'23 ������*������������������.  New Skin   Ftom  Eggs  In a number cf skm grafting opera-'  tions'he. has recently carried    out, a  Philadelphia   physician   has  used  the  lining of csrjrsh*!!"  i.v.st.-ad of human  skin.    One  of  the  patients he  Is re-  i ported, to   have   successfully   treated  'in ibis way. was a woman who    had  had  the   skfn .'burned  off  hoi'    back  The physician declares that the suffering wbioh has beeu imposed upon  human donors o������ skin far such operations   is   unnecessary-      Only    fresh  .mrs.  oavard   ibus  new  They  Cured;      TO CURE A couo In one OAV  Her   Kidney   Disease   From   Which i Take l^uvtivm uhu%hj vtumine T*h-  Marf'"Raoei   =   &���������tfc*mt.   PnP   !S=H4, !^..^'H������Si,!i;b,,*"i!ia,.'UUUy    "A  U   ***������  She Kad Been a Sufferer For Many j u> cnr������.  iH,   VV.  GSOV^'6 si-'lSllU'ss  <**  4.44CUWT4J4A        V^%^4.   f  ��������� St. Simeon - .Dcriel.  Quebec.   (Special).���������Only   those   who j in a Fix.  have suffered know the blessings ofj    -i-jy, now k..**���������-. t-^.-j _.���������_..,_  perfect health.   The joy that it brings j tressed'^abouV"something     """  iy b^  used.  into their Hvm ma^es *hem "vsa* to ���������  Unexplored  Africa  ^r..__      fl--���������       ������    ftAft   i>!������f>      4-1-4 !!44..-4      ������������������1-"!r      !���������*  the continent <if Africa���������an eleventh  of Its total area���������still remains unex-  pl������--������od. About thret-fourtha o'C the  unknown country lies within the desert of Sahara, but there aro also  many fertile regions that hav never  been  visited  by  a   Bhiranefm. The  | largest stretch of unexplored country  near the  sea coast    is    in    Liberia,  Canadlsr Government Annuities System Has Not Been Abolished.  The Superifitendent of .Annuities  has received the following enquiry  from aa anxious correspondent who,  probably, had read the announcement  that the agency staff of the Branch  bad been discontinued.  "I wish to ask, ib it a fact that the  Annuities System has been abolished? If so, I am terribly disappointed.  as T have intended ..for some time to  buy an Annuity next summer paying  the full price. I never thought that  tbe Act could be abolished, and have  been using the money in other ways  until I was of age to receive the first  payment. I and many others have  thought thar the Annuities was a fine  provision for poor people.. Can I utill  buy a Government Annuity? and if  rot. is there anything that will take  '���������������������: ptafp t������>at can be. bought? I db  hope that it is not true that, the Annuities has been "abolished, as It gave:  me tho Only Heps for m>y old age."  We are glad to Bay that'the Annuities System has not boon abolish-  ed* In transferrins the Branch-to the  Post Olhee Department under the ad-'  ministration of >the Postmaster General it is believed that a wider publicity will be given to the System, and  that, both old and young \ytll moro  readily learn of tho opportunity Parliament haa afforded them of making  provision for old age. the Postmasters  now becoming active, while formerly  they wore only passive, agents of the  Branch. Tha benefits will, of course,  bo move apparent where payments  arc beg.... at an early age, the accumulation period being longer,, and the  marvellous- osrnlng power of compound Interest at 4 per cent, being  more strikingly demonstrated: and  there is always the danger if payment  is deferred to a late age that unfortunate investments or expenditures'  may be made, aud the necessary amount be nor, then available, "Thera is  ao t.iiiiG like the present.,  FmJI infimnaiipn in regard to the  ������������rt,.ir,,������a niaito ^u whlcVi'Airkh*sitieci may  Vii   ���������i!-���������^4^4^Sr*f^    Ti^!>TT    t>f������   ?*1\tjl.t������4tti1    >������f    th^  Post Office or on application to the  Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa.  ��������� to "whom letters on Annuities business go free of postage.-..y  shout the good news from the house-1 ener   "WOuld i'ou advise me what to' about 20,000 square miles, all withiu  tops.    They  want other sufferers  to? no"'"' " U'-OO miles of the sea.    The basin " of  iom VA. --awn wti -mot  ������M7flaS������e.-  who get itttis exsrtpise. fed} bstter 0 tound for  aso������.  They .one up the Itvef, moves the bowels gently but freely, cieansa the  sj'stem and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, orepared  by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mate.  25c, a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. .and!  we will mail them. x  ���������MOTIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF ������A.*4&@A, USB.TSB. ������5OSMTP-SAL.   ?���������  ^^^^^f^g^fe^    Q*������ C-^ (^ C^  O <^ <o C^  ^gaagpgji^p Backache Means Your KIdnevs ^  W4Ss.fr Halnl  The Ictdneys are atnons the most important organs..  They f- ~���������'*��������� '>'--������* ������������������������-_������ j 1��������� i #���������������  ouits, eto. Wise people, careful of their health, act  quickly when any of th^e eynlhtoma appear. Careless  or ongw-2&ins. Darasns aitnji r^rmit a s!:sht iScstiar. cf  tlie Itidneye to grow into acute or chronic Wdnry trouble,  n _ ,. . , . ��������� ���������������?������?������������* "������s piijitily-given wtjTiins ot unhealthy kidnew.  r.������? .������^pt^l,e,p '? s,ven ������naMfvertud!ieyB by DR. .(SLAKK'S SWEET. NITRE I  fll.Ua. They cleanse, tone, stimulate and rcntore the kidneys to normal vigor  in quick time. Sold everywhere at fifty cents a box or mailed dircot by 44  THIS MARTIN, SOUS A WYNHS OO., WINNIPEG, 6ANo  QOQ 0> O O Q Q Q> <Zb Q C^ C^  I l��������� 11;0 IC 1/ A " KeePsy������ur Harness S0FTAS A GLOVE  3 L. U ������ 1 L> I\ H ^GUG" AS A WIRE, BLACK AS A COAL  J   >a Sold by Dealers Everywhere.  ACQ IIS!  ivuu \pn������      ��������� iiv mil L.fiinL xjiL UU., Limited  H  |74-t4t4  i ao:  know the road to health.   Such is the������     -If t can/. replie<1 ^ gardener. "Is  ������ase with Mrs. Alfred Savard of this ] aayUnn>������ aiaiss?"  vl*Se: . mm l     "wellT it's like this." explained the  "I-.'-ave been a  sufferer for many t worrled  looking    butler,  years witn Kidney Disease." -���������*-*���������   =.-'-- ***������  Afr������   ������ip I --*���������*  '-������-"s    w������..ct.    tue  young  4 .,���������     .. 4      i!,rs- 0,*"S squirt- left me strict orders Yesterday  vard says, "Reading an advertisement | to cal,  him  up at  sis thjg ������������������m6riiiIl������  telling what Dodd's Kidney Pi'ls had! aua���������and  ., __.  * _.___.,._ ���������-=������9rer | decided!  Six boxes cur-  done for a similar sufferer I decided I aeven'  to give them a trial    "*"    *  ed me completely."  What. Dodd's Kidney Pills have  done fo.- Mrs. Savard they have  done for thousands of other sufferers  In Canada. The daily papers tell of  cures made by them every day. They  always cure Kidney Disease and Kidney t Disease is the cause of nine-  tenths of the troubles from -v/hich women suffer. ~  be    didn't go  to  bed till  A Missouri man has been* lodged in  jail for hitting his wife with'a pound  of butter. It would seem, as though  our millionaires would find .something  better to do.  the Upper Nile and the adjoining regions of the Cougo basin, Morocco,  parts of Abyssinia, Somalilattd, British East Africa, and many other districts ha-ve yet to be surveyed and  await the pioneer and explorer ih  the Bark Con Linen t.  Needed  It.  "Go over and cover that big ball:"  the city editor told the new reporter.  "They say that some society women  are going to pull off some Oriental  dances and there ought to be a good  story in it."  The reporter went. When he came  back somebody asked hlta, "How  were the Oriental dances?"  "Why���������er���������well���������they���������they needed covering all right," murmured the  new reporter, and, blushing, beut  prar his typewriter.  The world's gold output tor the last  year has been estimated at $406,000,-  000, a gain of 14,000,000 over the 1010  output and of more than $200,000,000  over that of ten years ago.  Sufficient Cause  "What, started the riot at the performance of 'Hamlet' last night?"  "Wliy, Hnmlot. hold the sluill and  enid: 'Alas, poor Yorick you are not  the only deadhead In the house."���������  New   York  Globe.  'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���������When the  cures effected by Dr. Thomas' Eclet-.-  iXic v������ii &vs cossiuerSvi, the speedy  and permanent relief it has brought  to the suffering wherever It has been  used. It must be regarded as a marvelous thing that so potent a medicine should result from the six ingredients which enter into its corj  position. A trial will convince the-  most skeptical of its healintr virtues  The Smiths of China  The Li.. family are the Smiths : of  China. The numerical superiority of  the Smiths does not matter much in  Great Britain, but in China (says a  gossip). that sort of thing matters a  great deal. For. by Chinese law and  custom, persons of the. same family  name may -not intermarry.' A /Robinson may not marry a Robinson nor a  Brown-a' Brown, kinship or no kinship.  Are   Dreaded  By  Mothers  Who  Fear  For the Safety of Their Children.  SYRUP  OF  ���������immfyxL^m. v\  urn*. Itmi^Jt g!������*.l  .**&. TNs-3-Bfcb.'V.3*.-  Old ������ mvir UK  1-ni.K eye, epizootic  Shipping Fever  & Catarrhal Fev������a������  ���������sure ;urs ami! yositivo pr^^-'^n^*1"?; po yvinttf-r tiow iior^**a  Ut any age are Infected or .".exposed." Lilquid, given oh the  iongue;Tacts on the Bioou and Oiands, expeis tne poisonous  germs from the body. Cures Dl3temper in Dcigs and Sheep  and Cholera in Poultrj-. Largest selling live stock remedy.  Cures ?La.Grlppe among human beings ..and'is'.'a Sue Kidney  remedy. 50<s and JI a bottle; $B arid JU a dozen. Cut this  out. Keep it. Show to your druggist, who will get it for  you. Free Booklet. "Distemper, Causes; and Cures." l  DISTRIBUTORS���������AI.L WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists and Bacteriologists, GOSHEN,      I NO., U.S.A.  The Bucolic Customer���������Young  man. I wants a dark gray tie.  The- Shop Assistant���������Yessir���������for  half mourning.  The Bucoiic Customer���������4Arf mour^  nln' be blowed! Wen I puts on a tie  I puts it on for the day.���������The Sketch.  in  Good  Standing  Business     Man���������What     references i   ca������ Y.ou^.elve' ?TOUn? ma?? I    ������n  two  topics the great  trans-At-  Tall Chap���������Here s a letter from a . iant$c  steamship  companies  are  not  tailor asking me to come and look at'  his  spring  suitings.���������Chic?.go  News.  agreed.  _D    Some creep through a fog at    t a snail's pace.    Others dash through  ',,   ..    , _ ~ ; it at topmost speed���������th& quicker out  MedlcaJ Genius. j of St the better.   Some insure hoavily  An old doctor, seeing a young one] against loss by fire.   Others carry all  who was going along the street with  half a dozen shabby-looking men and  women, called bim aside and asked.  "Who are all those people, and where  are you going with them?"  "I will tell you in confidence," was  the reply, "that I've hired them to  come and alt in my reception room. F  cxpoct a rich patient this morning,  and 1 want to make an impression on  him."���������Judge's Library.  their fire risks themselves.  Warts will render the prettiest  nands unsightly. Clear tho excrescences away by using llolloway's  Corn Cure, which ucts thoroughly and  painlessly.  Involuntary Uese Majeste  The chairman 'Buttering from nervousness on his first appearance in the  <:halr and rising after tho loyal toasts  have been drunk)���������-Gentlemen, now  that the king and queon are drunk���������  you may smoke.���������Sketch.  Minard's Lh-.lment Relives Neuralgia.   j   Misunderstanding   Him *  "I've  ftbout  decided   to  get   me  a  talking machine."  "You  believe that two can live as������  cheaply as one, eh?"���������Houston Post.  By thr������ addition of pulverized  mica  concrete la made to ImitaU; granite.  Experiments aro under way in  Germany looking toward the construction of a Hi.ono horse power ga������ engine and SwIsh otiglnoors am ox.pori-  mentlng with a gas locomotive.  To.mvy���������- "This papcM- says If vou  unolui oignrciu.s it cluing..'* your con-  ploxlon."  Willie���������"That's right; I 'am alwuys  tanned whon I ������ct caught similclm;  them."  Tt la pa.Hslblo to l/nUi> r������h hy  ������park������ from a telephone, hence In  ���������11 flnrmnn gas works t\\(- tolephono  Iwdlrt nrr> covered with wire uau/.o.  Millinery Item  "That hat makes you look thin,"  ������al<i the clever salesman to the stout  lady. Sold. "That hot makes you  appear stouter." ho snld to tho thin  lady. Also Hold. "it makes you  look young," he said to the elderly  lady... Also sold, "lt makes you look  tall." he said to tho short Indy. Also  sold. "It makcH you look short,"  he said to the tnll lady. Also  sold. "It mutches your rich complexion." ho snld to the- pnlo Indy.  Also sold. And the purclinHora woro  nlso sold, for, of course, all tho hats  were exactly alike.  Why He Escaped  Asnos���������"Why -luln't you arrest the  hurfdut who was found under your  bed?"  Glndyn-~'M.o Ha Id that If 1 wouldn't  hiive hint arivste'd he'd novor toll how  liiitdy lie got."���������Uni-per'H Bazaar.  M'l>HEkS0N  ysnoEsfsi  are honestly madt; and thtiir abdoluto  porfrotlon In every detail Is tho result  of our GO yenrs oxporlenco in High Grado  Shoe Building-. They ore absolutely tho  most popular and best shoos for tho price  In Canada. Stocked by leading dealers  everywhere.'  the john Mcpherson co., ltd.,  Hamilton, Ont.  DR. CHASE'S  tin    .,  Kir ,.-....  TURPENTINE  What a weight of responsibility  rests on the mother of the fanaily during the winter season!  Tri     oirawr     *>*v~**-*^>     *������������.*5     yi^hlrfS     ++\m. ���������.   .aamm  ���������*���������**- ��������� ^ * \5* jr.   viwufju   fauu    vi/au    out;    ic^Vo"  'niz.es the voice of Croup, Bronchitis,  Cohsump'tion or other deadly throat  and lung complications.  Few- T������eonIe, even atnon"- those who  are convenient to doctors, can afford  the luxury of the physician-.for every  cough or cold, even though they realize the seriousness of neglecting  such ailments.  For all such Dr. Chase - has provided a prompt means of cure known  as Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine.  One reason why mothers prize this  treatment above all others is because  of its sultabilltiy for children. It is  sweet and pleasant to the taste, and  children like to take it. By its soothing, healing action It ia wonderfully  prompt in curing Croup, Bronchitis  and Whooping Cough, and .can be used by children with perfect safety oo  long as directions are followed. -  Thousands of families in Canada  keep Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed  and Turpentine in the house at all  times for use in caseH of emergency.  This is the only way to be sure of  protecting the bronchial Lubes and  lungs against coughs and colds. 25c  a bottle, family size 60c, at all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limit  ed, Toronto.  Silent   Devotion       A?    -  A lady was one day approached bj-  her Scotch maid with the information  that she was about'to leave.  -What is. the reason for '-our leaving me?"  "I think I'll be a marryinV*  "Indeed!    And whom, may I ask?"  "The  man that sits across in    the  kirk d' Sundays."  "But what is his name?"  "I dinna ken."  "What!     You're  surely  not engag-  .01  U 1\\������P Vfl S 8 ��������� Lump *D ttxCB,eM������  H nf &    III V   ��������� Growth on any pan ������1  the body, or a Sore that will not heal ?  If ybu have, -write, describe the trouble, aad  mention this paper and we will mail FREE ia  plain envelope, particulars of the  Painless Koasie Treatment  Write to.day.  THE CAN-ADA CANCER INSTITUTE. Umltai  ytO CUureu! { Av*., Torooio.  LARGE PROFITS IN MAKING BRICK  ^4.viko  cun  ov  uin.ua tiotii  Ciay,   Unala  ed to a man whose name you do,not ^jTjS^'W^NSJ^Vgffi- cT ESSE*  know?" Toronto.   On*.  "Not engaged, my lady; bat he's  heeif- lang look in' at me, an* I think  he'll soon be speakinY���������Exchange.  a istui-y: s*iic������?pi,ea  at last." remarked a journalist to a  colleague.  "���������Surely not," ������as the rejoinder.  "Yss he went hon.TS? at tw** o'clO'*!--'  this morning with an awful yarn, and  his wife believed it."  Tirana   afnnjia   viral^    on   *\t\   el������v*-ll<������%.   fn  those of the oliye. They are used in  Italy in the manufacture of soap and  for lubricating and lighting. France  alone, it is    estimated,    could  Toronto, Ont,  .4-������������������jRJiA'.jj.tt.uX.  Latin 6-' st vie ;a ri d -s.-z������-=j'e'cul.ii  from eight to ten million gallons  this oil per, annum.  - REST A!"1 HEA!T" ta uotuc������ aun p.uiib  .      ...4*44*4,    4444..4W   l#E4Ab4i.l  -MW   5w������,4. ..4to..   V.I.W   V9..mm.  Mss. WiasiA3Ws Soctrim-s Svruf has beea   . used for over SIXTY VSARS by MirxIOWS oS  yield ! MOTHBRS   for   tlieir   CHILUKEN    WHIU5  Of  Your hands won't gctt  chupped IKiis winter  If   you   rise   SNAP.  Milking, ncouring the separator ami  cleaning up thefltnhlefl, p������*t thr dirt and  grime ground right into the ������lcm.  r>-4,ir������������������ *onn nnd hard rnbbim? onlr  cltap   the  nki.i.     SNAr   clcunu   and  J~ 1-^       pur ifiea because ar.tj-  f3****f2\      Wie-Ki'lti out the  P~*      J       dirt    without   hard  |T!!-44*!������^*ggn      rubbinR,   nnd   i������  I \%Wi JLW I       ������oothinR and healing  What To Do.  "Speaking of etiquette, did you  send half a crown for those advertised instructions on 'What to do at  table'?"  "Yes."  "And what did you get?"  "A slip with one word printed on  It:    'Eat!'"  Largest Picture in the World  . According to news from Rome, the  painter Sartorlo has just completed  the decoration of a large panelling  destined for the hall of the Parliament building. The work is 13 feet  high and 400 feet Ions. It represents  the history of the deliverance of Italy  j*rid contains' 2S5 figures of persons  of an average height of 9 feet, 9  inches. It is, therefore, the largest,  picture in the" world, and the artist  spent 31 months on it.  Most Obliging.  Of the diplomatic circles is a delightful woman whose English Is still  French. She was urging an officer of  the navy to attend a ball, the Invitation to which he had already declined.  "I  can't," he    protested.    "I have  burned my bridges behind me."  "Oh," she replied, "I will lend you  some of Henri's."���������Success.  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTEN^ the COMSL  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CUKES WINI>COLlC. mag  is ihe best remedy for IMARUHCEA. It is OS  soltttcly harmlegg. ������e sure aud ask for ' Mra.  Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take ao Oik*?  ���������Und.  Tweoty-fivecentaa boUle.  DISEASES  OF  MBN���������DR. DEAN,  specialist, r College St., Toronto.  Doing Her Own Marketing  A young wife recently went iu'to   a  grocer's shop and addressed the .grocer ihu������:  "I bought threo or tour hams here  a month or so ago, and-they were fine;  have you any more of them?"  "Yes. ma'am," replied tho grocei-.  "there aro ten of .ho&e hama hanging  out there now."  "Well, If you're sure they're off the  same pig I'll take three of them," replied the young wife meekly.  Never worry. Nothing is worth it,  and worry is a cankej.* which eats tho  honey from the soul.  FITS 58  CURED,  (luoiit <u> waiter) This soup haa a  .....r In 11.  Walter���������That's no hair, It's a crack  In the pinto.  (liu'Ht���������it'H a funny crnclt that can  wiggle.  Bond  for  K'rno    Book    Ktvlnie  rull partloulnra or TBENCH't*  REMEDY,   tho   WorUi-tumoua  Curo for  Bpllopny  and    Klia.  Simple    homo     troatmont  L'6 ycarB" nucooan.  Tentlmonlalo     from     ult  nnt-to of tho world.    Over  l.ODO In ono yeinr,  TRENCH'S     RBMBOIES,     LIMITED  107    St.    Jamas'    Chr.mbara,     Toronto,  W. N. it. ARO.  For moro t.mn two hundred years,  ���������'���������Vfl v DuiiJuh King witn named I'Vcnl-  I'i'Icl. or <lno ChrlHilim.  11   Ik oHiimatoil Hint In  Awln  thcro  i.i.. nhitii, 170.000 lcli.|>ln)iii'H, imokIIv  iii .(.ipiii, Th*. iKiinhfi !n BliiKiipni't*  (ixci'rd:* o*i������������ thiiiuuind, and tlnTc iir<>  ritioiit   nn   immy  lu   Slnm  uud  Cochin  Cliinil  Nrn-wnv Iuih JiihI npi>olu(i>il Iwr flrnt  tumulc policeman, who hum puhhdu tho  *,������>.4.l    t,tk,4������   ^        444|4k,444������������ ^  ...44^,      K.44...V.4,      .... 4.1.      4 ft 4. 4.4... ...  wi... nn nt tract I v*������ uniform and give it  ;i iialary of $a&0 a year.  WANTED.  Good salariofj earned by telegraphers and Station Agents. We qualify  you oulckly. Grand Trunk and Canadian Northern wiroB and station  books uaod In hcIiooI. Day and Mall  Courtm. Froo Hook 19 explains.  Ilallwr.yo olTor reduced niton to at-  liutd ht).'t>. Dominion Bchool Tolo-  giaphy, Toronto.  When Your Eyes Meed Care  Try Wurl������*i Wya Unimdy.  No Hinnrtlinr-~-l''<i������tU  S-I.^.���������A.U  Qul.-.Uly.  Try tt  for M, We:������.U,  ttOtXtui  l������i������*������k  hi ������a������li <p������������Uan������i.> )H(Miirlii������  la  t������ln> 1 iiVil uVmt' .ii ������������oo*������i-fMl,l������hy*������otan������* I'tai.  ..,-,������  *,"���������  i iiih. .������   *..������..       ������v   w,������4>,.4i441������M In 'll*  |'H������4-  MuHii* Hr* HaWa in A������������i'llo Tubaa,������o iwIKU,  Wlt������rln������ tSy* R#m������dy Oo., Ohlo������������o  TTsod according to directions, Dr. .T.  D." Kellogg'a Dysentery Cordial will  afford relief in the most acute form  of summer complaint. Whenever tho  attack manifests Itself no timo should  he lost In seeking the aid of the Cordial, It will act Immediately on tho  stomach and Intestines nnd allny tha  Irritation and pain. A trial of It will  convince anyone of tho truth of theBo  aasor'tloi.8.  "That follow In too nlle.lc for me,  Sold me a lot that, wits two foot under water. I went around to demand  my money back,"  "Clot It?"  "Got -nothing! Then ho sold mo a  gnsollno launch and n copy of "Vone-  Unit Llfo," by W. D. Ilowolls."���������-Louls-  villo Courler-.Tournal.  "Has Dlnny got: a Htently .lob. yll.  MrH. iviulcuhuy'.'" asked Mrs. ltrannl-  gan,  "Ho hafl that," said Mrn. Mulcahey.  "Thoy've flint him to tho ponltln-  chory fov twinly years."  Force of Habit.  Tho telephone girl was on hor .vocation and flHhlng, ftomeono on another boat called. "Hollo!" JtiBt  then Hhe utot a hlto.  "Mno'n Ininy!" nho anuvvorod.���������  Drowning*!] Magazine.  Somo men try to avoid paying as  they go becaiiHo they don't expeeL to  come back.���������Baltimore Sun.  pome experiments In raising alfaira  have been conducted by a farmer who  farms in Elizabeth township.  "What is this stuff?" enquired a city  visitor.  "That," exclaimed tho farmer, ia  alfnlfn,"  "Woll, well! I always thought alfalfa was a Blang word for wl.iBl.ei'8."���������  Pittsburg Pont.  The tiro demands of American motor cars during tho present yoar w������/l  total 4,000,000 tubes.  Scads���������Blinks iB a lucky old dog;  his wife fairly worahlps him J  Stacks���������Yea; but sho caniofl It too  far BOKiotlmoB. I waa out there to  dinner unexpectedly the other day,  and Bho served up a burnt offering.���������  Judgo.  Church TrttBtetj���������Did you occupy  your l������ut pulp}t with credit?  Now Hoctor���������Entirely. There wan  never any cash connected with It.  A new theory to explain the rlngn  of Saturn 1m urged by Prof, nirkeland.  of ChriMtiaua, who IioIUm (hat thoy aro  ,  ������ I    .. .-<        ........ 4.        . I 4*   .       ...  ||IUUUW.'t M^ 4.44,^4.4 44. , 4*4 , 4 ,4 4 ��������� W ��������� >        ������ I l> 4 11  the planet, and are "renewed, uo to  ������ay, ovei-y imttaat."  THE SBCBLBT OF LONG LIFE.  Da not flap the aprin^a ot life by neiJloot of th* human meohanUm, by allowlni  the rooumulatiOD bf polaooi in the ���������yitom. An Imitation of Noturo'a method of  reBtorinil waste of tinauo nnd impovoriahmomt of the blood and neryoua atren^th ia  to tako an altcrutivo tfiyoonc extract (without aleohul) of Gulden Scul cud Or������goi.  Arapo root, Bloodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Cherrybark. Over 40 year*  a*o Dr. Pierce gave to the public -hU remedy, which ho called Dr. Plereo'a Golden  Medical Ditoovory. lie found It would help the Mood in taking up the proper element! from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poiaona from  the blood and vitalizing the whole nyatem aa well aa allaying and toothing a cough.  No one ever takea oold unleaa oonitipated, or exhausted, and having what we  call mal-nutrltion,which ia attended with impoverished blood  and exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" is am all-  round tonio which rentorea tone to the blood, tservtaa aaaatB  heart by imitating Nature's methods  of restoring waste  mi   ���������������!������������.<������ ' ..fir. I4������i4>ti4y������af tUm mmrvmm   hffmrt and   lunrfa  on   rink  ��������� . 4,.4.������.3������',     ���������       44 4 ,.���������.  red blood,  V \  Ua&Demi.  "I ������uflr#wd front P*ln a������dl������r mr Hrht ������hauM������r blada Ow������ a r*ty  aavara couali/* wi.tw* Mwn. W/J&nM'of J/������w "rooktand, B. C., to Dr.  tt. V. narc*, Bnffalo, VI. V. uHad four dlffawnt doctors and *M* ������-������4  ma any fowl, Homa ������am i na������i oonaumfttion, utnam aaM * wihiki ������������*������������  to hava an oparatlon. I was badrtdjUn. unabla to sit up tot slit RwsiMis  -..mi wan ������������H������W tint a llv* akatatiWk. Yau advlaMl ma to Uka th".  Vlarca'a Uok|ian JMUdloat Mummr* ami Ut. .'H#a������������ *'������������������*���������������>��������� *'������������������������������������������������������  Wt..n !������������-������������>ab������n ntia IwtHa af tlin 'l>llw>4������vv������lry, 1 owdd alt nr������ far an  hour at a lima, and whan 1 toad taur������ thrjaibo������ujit wm do my  oookln* and tm\ ma tba olilklran. I took ieurtmm btmim Uatti  thanln.������w^k������a.-l-. U������ Wm\gHm%wm m   1 nmm >-������i-V *.������.-������**������ "  mm- ^*wt^������#4...<"*^ffl^i������i^^^  p*we������*> "������v*W(iy**������Wt'>T.  f-^W*' fiwlvi#^������^<-^"^������**WMW r-  '!j!!!!!!!!!?������^^ THE   CES'S'tOK TJSEVIEW,    CEESTQN,  - ',������i-.rs!ifft^-"c,''S3  ' 4 4 4T.V.\     ,4444.  , ^-        '     j *^44*  ' '',*.*���������.  ^    ' ���������       rt   ,, ^-L.4i*i  ENCES������  COAL STRIKE 1  England Begins to Realize What the Big Strike  Means-  Reduction of Railway; Service Brings Situation  Home tp the Public  ���������   ������4*4#-44.4������^,44..    .  London.���������London has begun to realize what the prolongation of ths  coal strike may com������ to mean. Reduction of railway service by some  300 trains brought the seriousness ol  the situation home to the huge travelling pubito of the metropolis.  No coal trains are running whereas  in normal times over a million tons  of coal are in ttansport daily throughout the country, representing receipt*  U> the railways ot about. $400,000.  A quarter of a million of men, be-  ������iues those directly employed in the  mining industry are aiready out of  work.  The miners themselves are looking  upon the strike which is pursuing its  fatal course to what Premier Asquith  described in the house of commons  as a "National catastrophe" as  a junket and are making trips to the  seaside, going to football matches,  dog races and pigeon flying competitions and otherwise making a holiday.  ivir- Asuuitii's statement ceased considerable change in public opinion os  the attitwde of the miners. Even the  radical papers are blaming their refusal to accept the government's Just  and reasonable offers.  It is -worth nothing that the action  of the Asquith cabinet is Judged far  less favorably by conservative opinion on the contiufcut than it is in this  country. In Engtawd the prevailing  idssa fs *hat the strike must he stopped no matter what means are e������������-  4������;nvo4, The Paris Temps OS. tbo  other hand1 takes the view that the  British government is ^conducting the  country towards a species of social  jacobinism  which is repugnant alike  to reason and justice.  "What has bsjcoms. of u?p spirit of  real liberalism, the one we used to  see in England?" asks the Temps.  "Undoubtedly tha doctrine of govern-  menial iuierveiiUOi'i, as well as that  of revolutionary collectlveness. has  made considerable progress in Great  Britain, but never before has any government so utterly disregarded the  claims of a body of business men.  who are responsible io their shareholders for the condvit of-their business."  Over five millions of men, women  and children, counting the men actually unemployed and those depending  upon them, are now believed to be  directly affected by the strike.  A call is already being made upon  every citizen for tbe strictest economy.  Berlin.���������The strike fever is now  rampant in Germany. Several thousand men are out at the famous Schi-  chau warship building yard. At Dan-  ?.ig thousands, arp on the verge of a  strike in the elothing trades, 2,000  ������fe about to leave -work in ;the Berlin paper box industry, and" chances  highly favo" the outbreak of an enormous strike in the Rhenish-Weet-  phalian coal belt, involving 250,000  men. Fifteen per cent, advance in  wages is demanded.  The federation officially announced  from the headquarters at tfochum that  the impending strike in Germany Is  net 1st end pd as a sympathy strike in  behalf of their English brethren but  as a movement begun is the wfsa;  miners' own ..interests at the pyscho-  ���������ogiea! moment.  Government Resort To Drastic Action  Te Ysai EfUcacy ol The 5-aw.  London.���������In pursuance of the determination cf the Government fully  to test the efficacy ot the existing  laws to deal with the latest tactics  of the militant suffragettes,'before resorting to special legislation^.to make  the funds of suffragette .societies liable for the damage dose by the  members, the police raided the offices  of the Women's Social and Political  Union in ClementB Inn. They arrested Mr. and Mrs. Fred.e.������efc Pethick-  Lav/rcnce, Joint editors of "Votes for  Women," who were taken to the .Bow  Street police station. The police aiBO  bad a warrant for the arrest of Miss  ChrvKtah^i Pankhnrsi. but did not  find her there . Later, however, she  was taken into custody.  They took noBsesslon of the offices.  The leaders of the Union are charged  with responsibility for the~ laet window nm.iHhing campaign. They wili  presumably be tried under the conspiracy lav.  Members of the Union declared  that the new departure in inflicting  hard labor sentences upon these convicted of ��������� taking part in the recent  demonstrations, antl in arresting the  leaders, will only produce a bigger  crop of volunteers for the militant  work of the suffragette cause. However, it is seen that tbe majority of  the women denounce the militant, actions, which, they declare, are being  carried too far. Even the Women's  .freedom League, an important body  which Las already secured many reforms for women deprecate?, the measures which the n?ilit������nt suffragettes  are taking, and the doings of the social and political union, contending  that suffragettes ought to be contented to await the outcome of what parliament has offered as the best hopes  of advancing the cause.  KETilMiS  HUDSON   SAY   SURVEY   HANDED  TO  GOVERNMENT  TAXATION .!N   CiTI���������S  In-  The Engineers inform the Dominion  House of the Merits of the Two  Northern Routes*���������Nelson Harbor  Can Accommodate All the Roads in  Canada.  Ottawa.���������That terminal room can  be had at Port Nelson for all the  roads in Canada if necessary is stated  in a report tabled in the house by the  secretary of state. The return included reports from Chief Engineer  Armstrong of the railway, and from  Captain Anderson of the Kiujoon Eay  hydrographic survey.    Captain Ander-  May  Soon  Expend  One-Third  of  comes in Taxation.  WInipeg.���������Winniseg with & revenue  of $3,000,000. will spend nearly as  much this year on local improvements  as Montreal/ which has a revenue of  $8,000,000. The latter city spends  more than $2,000,000 yearjy for interest on capital account and the rest  goes for wages, street cleaning, removal of snow, the principal item being for wages, in which more than  $2,500,000 is spent annual^  According to a report recently Is  sued  the i?i  of ths Montreal board of control who  have 'been giving the matter' much  study lately, admit that the time Ib  I8IR    -Mjiliifi.?     ~H MB!B������  &\>9&$5*ffi\a  -1 r  LESSON XI���������FIRST QUABTEft FOR ���������-*i&  KAASSC-.U  ������ex. of the Lesson, f-������arfc II, 1-12, Me-' *V.  mory Verses, 9-11���������Golden Text, Pfc $K  citi, 2, 3���������Commentary Pr$sar������d hy .-&  Rev. D. M. Stearns. ���������     ���������   * X^i  CANADA'S   CHILDLESS   HOMES.  Ear! Gr������y Suggests cngtana������ ������������������.*-  5-4*9 Children 3houid Fill The Gap.  London.���������Earl Grey, taking part In  is discussion on "The Emigration' of  Poor Law Children" at, the Central  Poor Law Conference the other day,  said that provincial governments in  Canada had established a register of  Selected families who could be safely  entrusted with the csro of an imported child. No tamltty was allowed to  come on the pages of the register unless it had Ave distinct references as  to character. "Yon have a large number of the most admirable people in  OanadJv ready to adopt your children."  The guardians in this country had  nearly 50,000 Poor Law children without parents.  "I -want^o give thek, Childless., home  -s? ~~t,���������������* tbs child Si ������������������*������ l*������ have.  Vou have got theift. xnrey are?cp������,!ng  you a lot of money every year, and  .you-can sssure^for thousands of your  ��������� children opportunities; such as are  aot nrovided for them in this country,  oft-growing up under conditions which  will snake them happy. God-fearing,  Ssdusirioua and respectable citi'-tens.'  TO SUPERVISE HUGE ACREAGE  James Yule Will Take Charge of 150,-  000 Acres of Farm Lands  Brandon.���������James Yule, .who was  formerly manager for Sir - William  Van Home at Selkirk, and who resigned from that position last year  owing to ill health, has announced to  his friends that he had accepted the  general managership for H. L. Am-  mart, who owns 150.000 acres of farm  lands within a radius of fifty miles of  Winnipeg, and who js actually operating fourteen farms with managers in  charge.  It will be Mr. Yule's business to  make a constant round of these  farms, consult with managers and  foremen as to what Is needed, make  all purchases of stock and Implements  required, and generally to supervise  the operation of the farms. Mr. Yule  lui* Just about completed the pur-  chano of the homo of the late Hon.  Thomas Green way at Crystal City.  RED RIVER AND H. B. ROUTE.  Bin  TELEGRAPH   RATES  CASE  Sfc-vSgat'SR    Asseclat!e������ - Held  Convention In Grand Forks, N.D.  Grand Porks, N.D.���������At a convention ot the mayors of cities and towns  in the Red River Valley held here,  the Hudson "Bay Navigation AAssocia-  tion was sucessfuily floated. The object of the association is to secure  recognition of the importance of the  Red River as a possible waterway out  of the very heart of vthe northwest  io the sea by way of Hudson Bay. At  a big navigation congress, which will  probably be held in Winnipeg next  June, the problem ef improving the  Red River between Winnipeg and  here will be taken up.  Mayo? Wangji of Winnipeg addressed a" banquet on the subject of. Red  River navigation. In the course of  his address he^showed, by statistics,  that the Red River���������Hudson Bay  r������-ute *o Liverpool is 1.000 mils=������  shorter than by way oZ the" srsat isli=  es. He also predicted that the time  would come when the bulk of the  wheat _������rown in Minnesota and? the  Dakotas would be shipped to Burope  via Winnipeg and the Hudson Bay.  RIFLE THAT  SHOOTS   FAST  CALLS   fAriAniA   CANAL   PERIL.  Predicts Opsn'rij  ef W?t-rws.v Will  Rockfort. 111.���������J. Hamilton Lewis of  Chicago, in an address before Rock-  ford commercial bodies, ppinted out  the commercial benefits and disadvantages to be derived from the Panama canal.    He  followed  this by a  "The"'United States has changed  the policy of a century ago. It has  embarked on new seas, and its adventure is fraught with great perils,  bot the p.sople are equar'to the emergencies and are prepared for events  which may pursue the new policy.  "The Monroe doctrine of the American continent for Americans is  now a dead doctrine. War will follow the United States' entrance into  the affairs of China and other countries. We must prepare for it by occupying Central America and Lower  California. The canal is a weakness  as well as strength. We have not become a military republic."  Co!.  Sceley  Tefls Commons    British  Army is Best Equipped of Any  In tt-.e World  London. Kng.���������The opinion of British soldiers on British weapons was  quoted in the House of Commons' recently by Col. Seeley in reply to  some criticisms of the service vifie.  when he said. "Our army is better  armed than any continental 'army.  In the South African war I rode a  horse which ��������� was killed by a mauser  bullet at 3,000 yards. Our bullet  would kill at a little longer range.  "Of the seven vital points in a rifle,  Britain had an overwhelming advantage in the two most. vlte.l~*Tiipidity  of fire and accuracy. In one. point  alone���������trajectory���������continental armies  had the advantage, but-any. soldier  would say: 'Bother trajectory; give  me the rifle that shoots fastest and  stralghtest.'  "That was what the British rifle  did."  POPULATION GETS BOOST  In  Will Not Be Heard this Month  Winnipeg.  Winnipeg. Mar. 6.-���������lsmac Pitblado,  K;C, has advised tho Board of Trade  that the telegraph rates case, which  had been sot down for hearing by  the Board of Railway Commissioners  at their sitting In Winnipeg to ho hold  March 25, will not come up at that  sitting, as cortain important statements required by n>������ Canadian Pacific Hallway Telegraph Company, as  ordered by, tho Railway Commissioners are not yet available.  High Rates Postponed.  Wlimlpot,'.���������The Royivl Commission,  appointed to iNvestlgato methods of  tho Manitoba govern ment telephones,  has issued an interim roport.  Without giving any oxproBslon as  to (.bo rt-'BUlt of tho investigation at  tho present, stage, tho. commissioner.,  .utoto that lt. would be Inadvisable to  put ln offoct any change in tho t.olav  phone rates until tho invent! gat Ion is  ton^ilolo nnd reported upon.  It is therefore rocommonded that  tho opamt.iou of the . ratos unnounc-  ml l.o como Into forco on April 1st,  11112, bo postponed until the coinmls-  Honors havo fully oxneutod and\ discharged their commission..  Effects of the Strike  London.���������Railroad workers throughout iho United Kingdom continue to  tic auw.tui.vKcn nom (iiuir <ini|/iu.yunr.;  owlnf? to the shortage of coal, nocon-  ���������IIuUiik tho restriction of tho train  Btirvlco. At. Newcastle another J.Ouj  mini .i.VvYi l)?.cn r.ildcA tc tht?sie "'i"1  liavo boon thrown out of work on tie-  lAibui.   ut   .......   v.;-.:.!   ...!...\     T-*1n.   "r  ���������vlo.r.<������ nro bolnnr fnitlinr curtailed 111  ill pat-to. Tho croefi elinmiol service  Wen reduced to one steamer dally  on tlio lino botwoon Folkestone and  ���������iiouluKiuj.  3,000 First Rate Adults Swell The  Canadian Census.  Montreal.���������Canada's population has  been increased hy over 3,000 adults  since Saturday last. They aro all immigrants from Gront Britain and arrived In the steamships Empress of  Britain, Grampian and Lusltanla.  Something like 2,f������00 of them uro  splendid types of citizens from England and Scotland. They arrived at  tho Windsor Htatlon and for the most  part loft later in tho day for tho west.  This is the largest number of immigrants which has arrived this year  and it marks the opening of the real  in*. Jgratlon season, as nearly all the  liners coming to Canada aro booked  to their limit up till tlio middle of  Juno.  To Build Temporary Structure.  Winnipeg.���������M. H. .McLeod,' general  manager of the C.N.U., states that his  company will Immediately evoct a  temporary structure to operato traffic  across tho river at SaBkatoon. Ho assigned the whole causa of tho disaster to tho tremendous Impact, of tho  doruiU.d car u&uliui\ ihf- .'.ido of tho  bridge as ho explained that It. was a  now Hlruotuvo Which had only boon  erected a short time apo, and was  therefore perfectly semno under normal conditions.  Uplift For Canadian Farm Life.'  Lethbridge, Alta.���������The key-note of  the International Congress of Farm  Wosncs, scheduled to convene in  Liethbridge<in October, is outlined-by  Mrs. B. L. Stavert. president of the  Congress, as follows: ' "Out here "on  the prairies the serious work of nation building is going on. Until this  Western Country was opened up to  the great army of homeseekers, Canada as a nation was simply a fringe  of peonle along the border, with a  vast, almost unknown territory stretching away toward the north. Comparatively few years have wrought  the change which has placed Canada  among the proudest and most prosperous nations���������and the prairie farmer and his brave wife have done it  all. We have demonstrated to the  w rid that we have the best soil and  t'.e best wheat; and we must keep  ���������up this high standard in our homes.  Home making, home betterment, is  first of all a mental process. It is  the woman's attitude toward the conditions she must master that makes  or mars the peace and joy of her  household. A woman who must be  a wife, mother., housekeeper, gardener, poultry-keeper, calf-feeder, and  several other things, can hardly be  expected to have much time for ideals  or real homemaklng. There Is one  unfailing remedy for every ill or hardship,, whether on an isolated farm or  In an equally isolated city apartment  building. That remedy Is simply the  right montal attitude. It means better homoB, happier children, and a  larger measure of contentment for  the whole family." It Is believed that  the uplift movement represented In  the plans of the coming congress will  be fnr-ivachirig In its innuendo, leading towards Improved conditions of  living for farm women���������as woll as for  their husbands and children���������throughout tho prairie provinces.  Steady Exodus From The States.,  Walnwright, Alta.���������Prom Information now being rocolvod in this district it is indicated that hundreds ot  American farmors are preparing to  come to Alberta In the Spring, and  that tho inrush of settlers will likely  .commence even earlier than laBt  year. Tho oxodus from such States  as Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas promises to be especially heavy. At  Dos Moines, lowa, so lt Ib stated,  lending mon of tho Stato. alarmod on  account of tho poor showing made by  fowa In the recent census, aro planning an cxtonsivo campaign with a  view to checking the oxodus, as under  prosont conditions lownns aro faced  with stagnation and loss of influence  In National affairs. "All over tho  EUatcii,"' reports Ccorfte Arnaitd of  Kansas, "tho ono country that Is a  belnf? looked to Is tho Canadian West-,  hundreds of people from Kansas aro  coming to Alhorta this Summer."  eon, in his report ot the journey made  in the steamer Minto, complains that  the charting of the coast has been  done some miles too far to the westward, but he speaks weii of churchiii,  which he describes as easy of approach, good water being found fairly close in. ���������>���������  The Armstrong reports ase strongly in favor of Port Nelson as the terminus for the Hudson Bay railway.  In a report dated October 25, 1911, it  is stated that the season's work from  The Pas to Thicket Portage has reduced the cost of *the section by $300,-  000. Prom Thicket Portage to Nelson  Crossing there is to be only twenty  miles of heavy work. A further examination of the Churchill route is  /i.������5������T.i!j2j| as increasing the distance  by fifteen miles, but removing heavy  work and grades, bringing the junction point, to a distance of 200 miles  from The Pas.  In this report the Churchill route is  given as -502 miles and the Nelson as  Ut.  Another report, dated January 2,  states that both sides of the Nelson  are suitable for terminals, wiwrijas a������  Churchill the conditions are very inadequate. The distances are given as  49������ and 418 milss with no choice as i  to grades and curves. An estimate of  3000 trains per year is given in tho  report.' Snow, the necessity of an extra train division, and the difficulty of  going through 75 miles of tundra are  mentioned as objections to the Churchill route. The cost to the public is  put at |2T205si������GG to Nelson, asd ?2,-  625.000 to Churchill. The cost per  train mile of $1.75 will probably mean  the lowest rate in Canada to the public according' to the engineers.,  A lecgthy report dated January 23  deals exhaustively with the merits of  the two routes. The possible crop of  tbe three provinces is put at from six  to eight hundred million bushels, in  the transportation of which the Hudson Bay railway must share. Dealing  with the proposed route across Hudson Bay andthrough The Pas the distance from saskatoon to Quebec City  via Port William and via Port Nelson  are compared. From Saskatoon to  Port Nelson, Kasuah Bay and Quebec  City via the Quebec and Lake St.  John railway the distance is 1.950  miles. Via Fort William, Parry Sound  and Montreal it is 1,%0 miles, and  th������ former route -��������������� declared to be  open as long as the great lakes route  if a suitable port is selected on the  bay."' Except for ' a natural breakwater at Fort Churchill, the advantages are said to be all with Port  Nelson both as a terminal and from  a navigation standpoint. Nelson, it  is pointed out, is capable of producing  five million horetj power or one-third  of the total of Canada.  mf"3frJ-he healin5 o* the leper great  multitudes came together to hear Him  ������?������,���������? be ������?a,ed by mm ot tl*e*r m-  ftrmities.   We can hardly imagine the  *i������.������������ w a .������,.u,x r^uu; I*- w������SSerS5I? hap?y hoiaes' beteauso  by the financial department ot ���������!f * e��������� fic������ness and suffering  rloiitrea; city fca.l, the msrabsrs' ZZ:.VZ Zw ������\* ls heal������h and peace be.  ������ -r^������.444-_���������������4 u.^-..���������* -* ���������...��������������� _.������..4 *.^4������4,������.   oi   xiiia   who,   being  anointed  with the Holy Ghost and with power  tnat were oppressed of the devil, God  ?f?5s_ with HIm ^cts X. 38).   See   in  IlUl   wr   u-i&taut   When  wm nave to be levied in order to  keep the civic machine going, and it  is hinted that this will be through the  'extra assessment of real estate aad  that some of the exemptions from taxation will be done away with. The  latter in Montreal amount to $150,-  000,000.  Discussing the Montreal situation  Controller Douglas said that he believed that the time was not far distant when extra taxation would have  to be leveled,in all cities.  _"The^ People are demanding so  many things from the municipal au  thorities that they will soon have to  increase their reyenue.'and Vshould  not be surprised if some day in the  not very distant future, the people of  the cities will be paying about one-  third of their Salomes in taxes."  The controller, also remarked that  he "thought Montreal had been  brought to its present position by bad  management, spread out over a' long  period.  IRELAND   MOURNS   BLAKE  Press cf Emerald $s!e Eu!og!se������ U������on  Life of Canadian Statesman. '  London���������Freeman's Journal,    commenting  on   Hon.     Euv/arU    Sluke-'s.  "the news will recall to the minds  of Irishmen the figure of a great  nan who was devoted for life to the  services ot Ireland. "While he did  not live to see the realization of his  crowning ambition, he witnessed the  reraevE1 r%f imDortaut barriers to  Home Rule. His powerful advocacy  and support to the Home Rule cause  entitles hiia to a p������.ve of distinction  among 'the leading statesmen of modern timeB."  The Irish Times says: "Edward  Blake was a man of wide learning  and many accomplishments. By his  simple honesty of purpose and ability,  he has made himself a great - name.  He readered signal service to Ireland,  and his death wll be regretted by all  Nationalists."  The Irish News says: "In-the death  of the famous judge Ireland has lost  a true friend."  CALivi  REiQNS AGAIN AT PEKIN  _?14���������^1ie' as m 8������ *������any others, the A ������  Father, Son and the Holy Spirit, all for   "*--  us, anu compare Horn- viii, zS, 31-34. Ia    A  uV������e ^i ^6* we rea<i that He withdrew : I  Himself.iato tlie ������rjM���������^������������������������ ., Xt������������������ , "  ~a     mi.������������������         ****������������������-���������"������"������������ and pray- -������������������  ed.    There was    always a ennsc-nus ' J(  oneness with the Father which we'do - ~.  not experience, because He alwavg i&  SH "JI!?818, Pleased the Father  Uvhn ' ~f  Zr^J9', Matt,  xvli  5).  The fceaung X  of toaays lesson is jecorded ia Matt. ,��������� -  tx and Luke v, as well aa   in   Mark. '  Having returned to Capernaum,    the '��������� .  people soon found It out. and    ������u<*a *  crowds gathered as to prevent aH ac- . '  cess to the house in any ordinary way. ^ -  Pharisees and doctors of the law from '  Galilee,  Judea     and  -Jerusalem    ha<- -���������'  gathered to hear Him, and He preach" -  ea me word unto them, and the power '  or t������e Lord was present to ha*, th^m  (verse 2;  Luke v, 17).    But In their -  own estimation they needed no heed" '  '^  in������T.   TO?   *n4>i*    4444,1    .....i.    1.. 4.       . ...  .^iF *������ ���������  T^J  UiU JUU'' *-������������-w iua,t    witn v'  ail their learning they were wretched -"���������  and miserable and poor and blind aad  naked (Rev. iii, 17).   The religious sod '..  of tins world, the devil, had blinded *,  2ST+hinds,,I?st the light should s^������  unto them (II uor. iv. 4 .   What a con- ���������'  trast to their proud self sufficiency and      .  indifference to the welfare of others     "  iff ^e-s is these rour ssca who fcrsusht   '  uteir yaitSieu friend to Jesus, no doubt     ,'  t������!!y persuaded that if they could -"-'v    -"*.  reach Him    with the siek-one"* they "   c  would not need to csrrv him ������������wnv fn*.   "'  he would certainly be healed7 Thave     ������  met people who were afraid that they < A .  had not come to Jesus in the right   ' '  way, but did ever any one come    to-  iiini mi so strange a way as tfifs?    1   '  have oftea wondered what thtTphari-   .  sees and doctors thought of having the   "��������� \  roof broken up over their heads, yet    ^  we caanot help laughing within lis, no *,  matter now they might scowl, for the     ,  Znenc.3 succeeded in getting him "into    '  the midst before Jesus" (Luke v, 19). '  in each of the three accounts   It   ia ' %  written that Jesus saw their faith, the     I  faith of the four who brought him  ������--  in Matt. viii. i&; Xv, 38; John iv,' 50-  It was the    faith    of    another    that    l  "���������-'"t5ul    4>������^������ii,ii    io me servant,   w<a  daughter and the son.   May   the words   ."  ia Ps. xx, 4, 5, "Grant thee according   *  to thine own heart and fulfill all   thv    -  counsel,     *   *   *   all thy petitions1'  strengthen some to lay hold upon God    -  French Legion Sent Special Train to 15������L������9Jfrs-.In M.atV ix?..2. we have the  Assistance cf French Residents        urst  BONDED GRAIN SHIPPED EAST  Bendy Made Farms In Saskatchewan  Calgary���������,T, R. ].Vi>r.iH, assistant to  tlio proHiOont of Urn (J.r.It, and head  of tho newly formed department   of  iMil.ui','������] j-CmOHVC!-'.." .inn announ<?"d <l>n(  arrangement n had bcon ccunplotod for  the extension of.-tho rompnny'it ready  uiHih; fui'hl Kchomo to tho Province of  c..4jj((i(f.lu(wnn At t'l'OHoril *Iu������ only  ready limtlo fiumn tiold by the oodi-  ,������*..,.. iivi- in MiwM'tu. althnutrh thin  yoar many nro to lie propsretl in iirl-  t.tHll tWltUJIIIllll, I    ill! .4.44,14.4..,, 4t't4<44  will open a branch oilier* of tho natural resources' department In Suska*  toon,  Movement of Canadian Stock to Seaboard Has Started���������Will Provide More Room.  ' Duluth, Minn���������That Duluth will be,  abte to take care of all the Canadian  bonded grain that may he shipped  here Is made more certain than ever  by the beginning within the last few-  day's of eastern shipments by A rail,  Within a week more tnan 100 cars of  the bonded article have been sent east  and the movement will grow with the  possibility of securing more cars to  handle it, Efforts to have it taken east  trt' the same cars that bring it here  have failed owing to the great demand for cars in western Canada. All  available rolling stock is being sent  there to bring more grain here, and  that which arrives Is meanwhile being  stored in elevators pending shipment  east. Prospects of a late opening of  navigation have been a great fsictor  in bringing about the rail shipments  as it Is claimed hy some that navigation is unlikely to begin much before  May and Canadian owners of grain  do not want to pay storage charges  on it longer than necessary. All railways have been asked to rush cars  here for transporting grain to seaboard nnd contractu for large ocean  shipments already have boon made.  Figures given out show between  3,000,000 and. 4,000,000 bushels of  bonded grain in storage here and ar*  Superior with room ready for probably  10,000,000 bushels more. Predictions  are that weekly receipts of bonded  ������rnln will equal 1,7110,000 bushels before navigation oponn. Tho handling  of grain hero is being directed from  tho ofllc������ of tho Lalw? Shippers Clearance association ot Winnipeg, recently opened In tho Duluth board of  trade building, and negotiations aro  boing carried on by inat ofllcc with  firms owning grain stored at Fort  William for filling western contracts  with bonded grain from here us thb  can bo shipped more readily.  K������K1I1j  been, restored at Pekin. Letters had  been previously received from Pa  Ting Fu, giving accounts of distress  of the natives, owing to the sacking  of the shops and houses. The homes  of some of the wealthiest natives are  now only ruin heaps.  The missionaries say that their  presence there is greatly needed, as  many persons who have been injured  and are destitute will not survive  without aid.  The French Legion has sent a special train to bring back the French residents. The priests have refused to  leave the4 town and have made urgent  appeals for assistance but little help  Is available.  : Nightly sounds of what seems to  be a cannon south of Pekin arouses  cm-lbslty. It has not been possible to  ascertain the cause but lt Is thought  that villagers are firing JIngals���������Chinese guns���������to scare off robbers.  Bankerc Express Confidence.  Regina, Susie.���������Well-known bankers  and leading business men are practically unanimous In tholr expressions  of confidence ln the opening"up of a  busy season for-this section of the  West 'with the commencement of  spring building operations. Says W.  8. Grey of the Dominion Bank: "Tho  prospects are bright���������:never were  brighter, in fact. Foreign capital Is  being brought into the country in a  way that passes any previous year,  fiance, Germany, and other European  countries are following the example  if England and all are looking' for investments in .Canada: and no Cana-  llan city Is receiving more favorable  'ttentloa than tie <:lty of tteglna."  it Is also alalwd that from all present  Indications Jieglna's building record  for 11)12 should exceed all previous  figures, tho coming of many now and  Important ..Industries now beiftg assured.  Camorrlut 8ent to Prison  Itlmo���������After ii long trial at Naploa  assizes the Camorrist authorr-t of the  durliiK kidnap of Marquis Clto,    perpetrated  in   Naples  four  years   ago,  V,'f>V������-   l"f>IMIll    flliltV.  Tho <:hl.if comiplratoi*, Mario Pen-  onti, wan sentenced to eleven yearn  and three months' penal norvinulo uud  two rtxtra yearn' Hpociul poitcu stiper-  viulon.  Ainunun.ii   ������.a4Glieu   "i <*t>inaiiia.  Uulr.vf. T;'!-?H:'r!!".    n������,ui<in ftonntrt  Amundsen,   the  Norwegian   explorer,  has reached here on the return from  his south Dole expedition.  Cancel Llnnr Sailings  Southampton, Kng.���������The mailings of  the American lino ot HteatiiHhlpM oi  Philadelphia nnd Now York from mis  port for New York om Mnreh li) and  March 20 respectively, have been cancelled In consequence of tno coal  Hli-lko.  , For Famalei Lawyers.  WIniilpeg.-���������At a soaslon of the local  Legislature tho Hon. Hugh Armstrong  Kindt' f������ nbnrt Hpoeoli In which ho advocated the amending of tho Law  RoeW-ty Act no ad to permit female  lawyer!.* to prnetleo in thu ptovineo.  Votes For Married Women  Twi't A.r*'-"*-,, r*nl ���������-Thr- f>Wv <rvniipU  lirifi nriHued ������ reHohtl'lon approving of  vote a for married wi������������m-n wiui piu-  perty qualifications tho same as widows ami BplnsUsni.  Gold Find a Fl������ie,  Calgary, Alta.���������The Ghost river  gold find has assumed all tho symptoms of a grand fizzle,-since experts,  who have tooted tho supposed auriferous rock pronounce lt sandstone  with slight traces of iron and mica  In it. Many Calgarlans and othora  wont to tho Ghost river country and  staked claims from tho main Uno of  the C.P.R.  Camrose Educators Spread Word.  Rriiiidfovd, Ont.���������Tho Oamroae npe-  cljjl ear arrived In London on Saturday with 1,00 Interested visitors. Tho  party wan entertained by Mayor Graham and the council to luncheon and  by the board of trade to dinner at  tho London Club. Geo. P. Smith  nmdu a stirring 'speech showing the  railroad facilities, iho groat eon! areas, tho splendid odueaiiUnial Intuitu-  ttoiiii of CuniroHo, tho needs-of the  West: and  the  relations of tho  west  nrtd   <>HMt.  Many qui't-ilonH were nulled and an-  flwored. London wan ftroirtly pleased  with tho <'\'hlhlt nnd the visit, nnd  pr.im.tiini.nl������<] the party on tho enter-  r     ��������� -    m      ��������� ���������.������-���������    mm. ��������� my    wu ,      ���������.-.WO    SKA**.**  he four words are in the Greek,  just ,one \vord of six letters, hut what' *'-  a word, and from Him who alone    is   :  able really to- cheer or cpmfort    us-   *  Then hear what follows. "Thy" sins are- -  forgiven thee." This is what the man   '  needed more than health for his body.  I heard it from my own soul in   th<*    '  summer of 1873 from   I   John ii  with John i, 12.   Have you heard Him  say it to you? If not, why? There can '-.  be no real comfort without it.      The  scribes and fuarlsees began to reason    ,  in their hearts:  "This man is a bias-    '���������  phonier.      Who can forgive sins buc    '  God  only?"      If  thoy had    thought,  "This must be  God come down    to   ;;  earth, for only God. can forgive sins,"222  they -would have been correct, but to   A  them He was only. a man, a- man pt'f.X:  the common people and a blasphemer. V-A  Knowing    their    thoughts, He    reatl^A1  them  aloud  to them,  and  we might'  suppose   that  this   would   have    ledA :  them to see    ln Him    more than a .A-  mere man, but they were thoroughly A'  blinded   by   the   god     of  the   world.'  Then announcing Himself as the Son  ot man having power on earth to for- A.  give sins, He said to the sick    man.  "Arise and take up thy. bed  and gc  thy way into thine'honse." Tmraedh'  ately he did ae he wab bidden,   an.  they   were  all   amazed  and   glorlile<  God,   saying,   "We   never  saw   It     lt  this fashion,"   "Wo have seen Strang*  thing today* (verse 12; Luke v, 26).  We may Imagine the four friends rejoicing greatly and  saying  to others'.'  that is what we expected.    Are    wo AA  giving tilt; Lord ctius'o to ������uy    to    us,  "O ye of littlo faith," or, "Great    to  thy faith, he it unto thee even ua thou  wilt."    Ilia culling  Himself "Son    of ���������"���������'.  Man"   ntluht have  led  theivi  to  think  of   Pfi.   viii  aud  of  one  who  was  to  havo uil things subdued unto Him, or A  of Dan. vii, 13, 14, and of one whoso   ���������.  dominion    would    bo    an everlasting  dominion    never    to   bo destroyed. If'-'.  we havo our sh.a forgiven we will in  due time have perfect bodies like His  resurrection body (Phil, ill, 20. 21), so  that   wo  can   woll   afford   io   lojoico   ,  while In these mortal bodies, wbbthor   '  ln lieulrh or sickuuss, walling for tho ���������  rcnurrcctlon body.     All miracles may ',  be culled acted parables, uud in thl's X  pnlsiod mnn  wo  may sao    tho utter V  holplesBuoHS of the sinner to do anything tor himself, but Josus Is still thb ���������"'-.'  mmo eompaHslonato ono and ready to '..  forgive sins by  vivtuo of hia    great ;.  sacrifice for tho sins of tho world.  Pasoed Them By  Loudon���������rTho ���������.���������l������UriiaUou ..r,,m:y In  Whitehall displayed "a notice In n  window during the recent riot which  read: "To the passerby; ' "Wo aro  htuiy sending people whore women',  havo votes, Avenging nngthi plouso  pass over." Either uccidt-ittally or  dosiRnodly these windows woro not  broken.  No Desire For Representation  Ottawa.���������The provinew <>i lUHiiiioin*.  ban  no. doHlro  to  ho reprnacnttMl ho-  tovi*  llin  privy ������-<hiiu;||  wlu-it tlio  ilfat-  d ease lu the "no toniero" ili.'ert'u will  ,4-4 | TX .  J   ,     ...  prlno, an woll ao tho moderation of i \u> nri'iiou.   i ii-> # ������������j������.  thn   Hiatenifnts    and   tho   itiHtleo   of | later of Just loo, haa received a com  claims of t'aiutoM-f.   ... i.... i<un..<y nuu  I T.- -        " -'.     .. ..I I,.,,!..     ...I,.,     f., -  mlng conditions  and  mixed  furmlng  In the Camrose dlutrlct.  ���������i-  IIIUIIH.4l.UUII 144,/.������������ 44. VJ      ....  rt4.������,������4>,4,,i ti.nt ir Iiiih no ��������� \vfMl������' to lib  j'oprououtod by xJoumiel like tho other  pro\InceH. v'. J'J -^]r*v": -v'f-''" ^ '���������"; .*lVV V^"������^?i' .V^~^fe J^^T^-v^-^Vl''t,^-������������������' -  !rr':!?^^  u-yyty'i  :������);:.  mammt^FizjSmSzz^j^ss.  ���������^��������� -..^-..-..^ -r li[W ^]||r)| r.   f mn  ������m - ^ott^^ijii^siEW,"! -. ^^2^aSt������  -"f'411   liiC'l">-.44^MW^^>������7^n>-4^^i^<,44<^>.j^!y^^y.444������f���������  ssscc:  PtahiisheS ������very  Friday afcOroctoa,  sg sad Pahiifttaisg Oompany, Ltd.  ijl.ii wujLmjyw  mm  Chester L. Wtnn  Columbia, bythe Oreston Print-  Editor and Manager.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, circulating in over one thousand homes throughout, the Oreston district and  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our ndvertininf? rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Bonndary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statntory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inoh per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first ipsne  And 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Ojntributiona must be brief and  signed,  S i s  OTPS  "*t^Jr     ^r y*&m^ -JB-  _ ^  wt.H>rWtf  ^VU ���������'������ "^a-1JtE*^~-  Okt  I *.*f  O  7%.? Leading  SENSIBLE CO-OPERATION NECESSARY.  The intelligent organization of the fruit growers aad  ranchers of any one district is a solid something. The  Creston Fruit Growers Union. Limited, is now a regularly  incorporated organization ready to do business, to build  warehouses and to market the output for the coming season.  The fruit growers now have their opportunity. Are they  going to rise to it? Are they going to make that company  worth while? Or will they, when the first burst of enthusiasm blows over, fall back into the old rut?  -.iw yi.i.u. ua co-operation is complete organization, a  unanimity of effort towards one goal. The fruit growers of  the Creston district Have never been completely organized..  'I   !���������������.������������   T.44*.      /l1,.444.r.     I4-..4.4.     ������n4-U.    4,4     ������..-., 44..*. ���������U.������     .������.?...      ���������_..__!���������.������.  A.***mx\. iAa.9  miwrnyo uwu ucauy <������,������ iu������Dv    Out,Side tuc aSSOCiat  ..'ion as ���������tT-gr'e Its9������t K#������*������n in ���������?*���������      Tt- ������e *V������i������ ������������������������^.������ ������,.,������ *-^A^%..      -^?r.; *.  ie ������������������     J -*��������� ���������'       ������������������     ���������W4���������    ���������    ���������-. 444,   4444*.    *������jJS,   K4Tr���������ilV     77 tt y      VWUUy. * <��������� X   H.  I ���������'/-$&���������  VJ7  XB7  \/OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at    ^  the  Creston   EJptel.       Travelling    ||  tt a. 1   ������ j.1.   b  23icn  will   substantiate  this.    Wc    ���������  Hotel oftbe\^i- r  t    *.  i ������  study  the  comfort or onr guests  [Fruit  I  8-   _  |  ������ Our   Guests 1  POST GAWDS  i*t?ti. |  Xhe rooms are well furnished in  S  a manner un-to-date.  BHini*riffr * -if ���������>av*Mmi^  mmWMi'nmVnrtmX  ������1  n tan viv 1/  3*       -tfS^fcfc.  >^i.  W  3 a .1   ww  f  -SNWgJ.g/t^  VI  I  ^���������-i-:5   ejAiaaiHi     hjoii.....nn.  Ca/t   c4.ga.ip.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  0-mmr-m-    -**m vr*  w*������-v     jk  ���������jyv*  ti>itm:-'iii.->tl^:;'-;Miii49W4  ������"������>.a"iii������'  11 Creston ;:Oras������B  -JCT i-lUllW ���������%JX..  ^T  iac ii ^^y  B  !���������_  _  BJB     B  M��������� M& THM^Hniiiii- rtiriiiy?-  HfLifE. iymyiiiiuw LftaiiiiEi  _^   fc4^fcM*444^k^k^4^.4*Mt^4l������4^.|U^fcltf5^^   '   ^^^. ���������  ������Mpapini^ri|lt4 4*M4^W^^W^W..^4WM^M^W..aW������WM4tf>*.������������MMB^W444MWWWW^K4^WM4^4MWWMW^4^4444V4l4. 4.1 4.H.4.W.4.4.II |jy4444  ^    -BBl ��������� '*   ' '"���������      '      a    B    .   ������������������' B ���������"���������������������������������' ' '"��������������������������������������������� "''W- ' ''    ���������     a <������  *.Vi  44T1  rans  ilfur  *"W.  3.11 VB.C    gTunvio,  Oy ivii) Sf^ iii  ilig ucW    U uiuu.  Wla . 4 -������  mat wouio  be hoped that they  would all join at the start.  savour too much of the ideal.    But now the growers  have  101 * Lfwsi j mm ropy 01EDS6S |  (Best equipped Livery in Town) p  TURNOUTS supplied at sborfc notiie.    The latest styles c��������� *  |f IBJI^SlllJ BB    I-��������� ggJLwBM1B^&J.    g   CUTTER^ and BUGGIES tor sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a S  4U,  I  V WIS.44*4..4**144*44M.     il U4JU     Jk   aj^C     ^1  th^ir or*r|o?t?iiiitvi  The new Union is a company operating undertheP.ro  vincial laws. Business mast be done on business principles  and each grower must be protected. The fact that the law  is a moderator in the matter however should have nothing  ^ to do with the advancement of the company. It should be  the effort of every man In an official position in the company  to make it so worthy that every fruit grower 'in the district  should want to cosae into the concern. They should be able  to show 'those on the outside that by marketing ail the pro-  <&  4jpCV4t(U14f}T.        ....  4    T..^.   4.     ������.-.^_   4 1...     ���������"������������������^T   .-   .-...I.-.---     t*-_"������~        4-.-  UU1DC.-)  X41..A   r.-tSUO  ttt  UU-M VTA   IU1S  .i'-_^���������^t ^^^  -,T.,, ���������- ^ . _���������������   ji.     ^ i__  voucy   miuugu V4A������= iiiaia  enaiiiici me output  affect that section and they are apparently  acceptable to the  ������iectors4   - nis railroad scaemes ao not airectiy anect orestot;  Valley but they will have an indirect  bearing on the pros  per'ty of the d str ct.  All the various ridings have selected (heir candidates.  Premier Mc Bride again heads the ticket in Victoria with  the other three men who held seats la=t Parliment as his  running ma es. A survey of the nominations throughout  the Province indicates that the Mc Bride government has  been practically returned to office before a vote , has been  cast. In a majority of the constituencies there is no contest  and in the* others the opposition is.very insignificant.    A few I  *U' ji i-eu iut Stiio.  ^ I am prenared to fill-all orders, both by \vire?and mail, and meet all trains  ���������y '- -.    "  '^ !at any hour cf the day or night.    Oom^iercinl men nnd laodseekers, will    ^   ^g  A. receive prompt attentioh.  LJ   C2  A&AnftA+U  D  ft 0 D   ���������      - ������ m  B 'C^sxa    |r,, |    n      B      n _  ^     |      i a    ^������������������^?3  ...S. ;V 'fi -V^ %.^'i5 "^sr5*!.^ Wi- g.jj    i  ���������^. Phone 56 , -   Sirdnr Avenue  ���������^@#V������������^������:-������S������S945@9^'������ii������^^  ~i m i i' ' i   n i     i " r i       i     'ii   i   ii i      i .    '  "  Box 14  /J  , iii  .a SIPSCIAL.TY-  I  1,*%*-41C,.        44  .A-/V.C44X\-L X,  ������������������Voce  I  1  a  boots and snoes.  CflADAa,1  LAVAW*5    '  Oatten RootjCompouhd tablets  . -A. S2SLlAlAi.B KISGtlXATOB  ��������� These PLlis are compounded-with th? greatest  c;iT5 from tho most reliable remedies .'.nown to  v-ieue'e; sucH'as are being useel with much success  '.-]! tlie most celebrated physicians known.  TUey ars a speciric ?4-5r this dj;tre55iBE.discrder������  vo which ihe female constitution is HabTe.  JYice ������'J a bos. Eo. S-(ini:;.a stronger), S-1 a  b������x.- >oid at all dr. p; stoves, or uy nuil from Tho  '.���������rxvaj. r>wu:r Cc,, St. c&thariBes, Ont.  will he made doably valuable.    They should be able to show - A ,    ���������        A-A ,. A,       - i ' *.   *i   ��������� ���������   it  that the opening for losses reduced to the minimum. Thev  should be iurther able to prove that through co-operative  buying they will be able to effect substantial savings in that  line. In real organization there is not only strength but  financial profit. Again we say the growers have their opportunity.  The men who are behind the company and who have  perfected it have accomplished much, all that could be expected in the short time that they have been engaged in its  affairs. In selecting b. S. Timmons as their head for the  first year of organization they have picked one of their best  organizers and promoters, He has always stood for complete organization and has the ideas which should be of great  worth to the company. The authority of doing business for  the present is vested in a Board of Directors and they are the  ones who can make or break the company practically this  year. Those outside the company will be watching their  every move during tbe year. This season's sales and trans  actions will have much to do with the future worth of the  company. If they are successful in their management or if  they select a man who makes a success of the company^  business, next year will see a larger membership and more  co-operation.   There are some valleys in Canada and United  States where every rancher in the  district is a member   and a live member ��������� of the co-operative organization. In  nine cases out of ten these are the Valleys that are the leaders in producing fruit. Creston Valley has the fruit. It  cannot afford to be without real co-operation.  L ������* %������M U\  at some places and at other   the entrance of a Socialist into  he field makes voting necessary.  (Continued from Page 1)  bare.facts concerning the warmth of this Valley and its peculiar atmospheric quali ies for the ripening and maturing of  frui' are ail that are necessary. Creston seldom sees zero  weather in winter and the summer cliina'.e conditions'are  such that there is no need of irrigation or the other worries  that are the drawbacks in the sage b-ush and other interior  Valleys.  ^    /,   -. _'.'.'   TT7'. '   r ������-_  Kjei your wines, x*iquufs,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches.  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston     Wine    &  Spirit Co.  S. PoolC, Prop.  r*i   ������ ..  .'uhiu iSiilA>gf tjvv.y  .Deputy Pottmaftter E.  C.  Qibba has  ho-   Both ,iav������ heen important faotorn  mqoItckI word that hl������ ������i������t������r left Bristol ln iho "������������lal Hio of Creston, having pro  on tho   -Royal  Edwaid"  on  March 0 motod tt nn^er of vory aneooBflfnl dan-  oo������ and contributed the munlo   at othor  bound for this phico aad  aho   nbould    ��������� .  affair a.  rtwoh Oreston Sunday or Monday.  Mr. and Mr*. Hi* Omum who have heen  living In Cr������t.ton fme ntnxly a year loft  flnndiv for Mr. CtM'i old horn. In Ida-' of this week.  Tho   dauoo at Sirdar loot Saturday  ovoulu������ wai a great ttaooAHH,  W. U Smith wai on tbo nlok list part  A number of the letters whioh come  from Eastern provisoes havo thoir hum.  orous side, moat of whioh is iucorpora  ted in quootiouo which read something  like tho following; "In thero any danger in bringing a wife and obildren in  to a region where mouutain Hour, bonrp,  oto , abound in the hills?"   Somo of tbo  writers Hoom" to think that tbo ronidontB  oarry guns at nil times and that a bear  or lion in tho streets of Creston is a  a daily occurence. Thoro is consider  orablo doubt if moro than a do/.on wo-  mon nnd ������ihildron In thin Vnlloy hnvo  ovor .ooon a Hvo wild nnlmnl rnnnitif?  looso about tho ranohos. Tho men novor boo thorn unless thoy go into tbo hilln  and mountains oitbor to hunt or on other  miflnion������ suoh as prospecting or.lumbor-  lng.  Tho pnblioity attaohod to tho gotting  of tho rooluuuitiou unrvcy bun iilao  urougnt inquinuu iroui u tiiii'iu.nii   oiiiurf  soon tbe (latn will bo x( claimod, what  tlio miuicot po HibilitioH aro and ninny  other tbingH rluit inixtul furniing oIuhhoh  aro interested In. It will only bo a  Bliort timo after tbonn fluts are reclaimed  before thoy aro covered with fnrms producing vegetables, amall fniits and buy  of all deH.M'ipllonH.  PETtlPiECE TO SPEAK  Socialist Candidate Comes  Here Tuesday  11. T. retliploco, SnclaliHt Oundlriiiln  for tho Ymir riding, nrilvo.l in tin  Koo'.oiiuy cijuiil.iy lioiu Vancouver tliiw  v.'poir n'"l v\ \\r>w i'pr>n!:iti������, nt vnrl'mn  pltioou Ilo in unliedu'ed lo speulc hern  nt-xt. TiH-Hilny even ng in the Audit.oi-  inm.    'Jin- next  d:iy  he  will  npenlt nt.  *4������&������/<g)^j^3S������j-  TO CANADIAN  ARCtHTEOTS  Ul4    iUliiiUlU. 4.^1.4        \������UUU        VU       4444 J 4, .1414,,     lUif^lj.l.  Competition for New  University Buildings to be erected at Poiufc Grey, nenr  Vanoonvor, .British Columbia.  Tho Guvei-nment of Bcitiish Columbia  invito Conijietilivi.1 PJii'iih for the   (.Mineral Hobomo ami design  for the proposed  new Utiiversity, together witlj moro do-  tuilud PlauH f.u- iho building! to bo one-  led flint at an o.^tiiit nod uont of $1,500,-  000.  Pri'/eR of $'.0,000 will bo given for (lie  lUJKt HlltiOOrt-lllil l)nn g ih Hiibniiited.  Pnrlieulat'H  oi'    the  eiiiiipiii|t:)n   on  liliiii oi Ml..} ui(i,v  bo obiaiued on  imiuohi  from tho nnderiigned,  Tho dertigiiH to be Heal, in by July .'11 hi  1912, addrea.sci.1 lo  THE MINIS   Kit OP l)\ LJOATION,  I'.u ll.inicr.l, UuiMionN,  Victoria, British Cohimhiu  m you WORK,  w  W0RKT00.  I  ;&  Hugh Taylor hjieut. Sundiiy in  B.rdor,  George lluscrolt; went to Bonneiw  iA.nry 'i.'unH i-y in lnou a t^r harnnen:-i interests jn ihnt end of th'i Valley.    Cieo.  !i\!  , e. Ltd.  eivsis in ujfit c������a or th'i Valley.   Geo.    2*'      -\ / n n  ms h���������,������ ,���������,���������.��������� i..,,v ������������������������ j ^ bV^xcower B.O.^  m p.e������������rrm-T vour wvinw  WJTH us THBy..Um&.fnRR   ���������  4%8MTeRE5TWmCH  WECniiPITMOnTrtLV :\  /IBLEOWDEM/inP  HS QUICWLVYIS TIIP.M4ILS  .MN Crmay it.  PEOPLE JUST US G/JREFUL  /WP CAUTIOUS .15  ^  /IRRWEJ>PLEfl5EP���������  AND THORDIJOHLy  rv, -MTISPIED,  W WJTf.TOE\V/.yinWHMH  *M OUR BU5J������ESS 9S  ������-& TM WS/ICTBD-1\ BUSir.CS!>  P NflMGED w PEoaa OP  K   fiP05T/IL,(.IViri&      .  ffi  youf. Mm.&fiittmi&$\  a    WIU/PnONPT|,V BRING VOU  ^   PULUMFORM/ITIOM.  WR!TPJ������  SII0UI.P YOU Hrt VB rtNV  P8N/INGMI* BUSINESS Ml  VrthG0UVER-"VI6llilTyf  W   (.EMTST0C0U/BCT.  &;}   /IN-> COIA'EGT,  fy murisurcrtriGGTari-iGF.  ft   LiETUS^TTUMDTOJT.  % we mie PLBrtsjno  OTl1KnSlVU\������BBSUf.Q  TO PLMSB YOU.  trying lo make way   with  mimo of  hix  i ii)#'m rlou'ii .11������.t t������nv  ..-OH j*"k ft* a>\ t0t% if. jf*. /*k ^������������4 mm 4m,.  !  1  ���������  iff Mi    mmm!.  r-m i. 44*    " ' .'     r^  :**$#' :'^*^  mm*H'**ttttH':**f'#i I :;  tmmmmmmmimmmmt  ..i*.y\tt^"<3i&tl@S3R..  ft.    r*   .\4j4^m^t>4c  .**>**---A. Tt' S."������~'~'  J  ss:  4    .-^       ������������������������������������ ���������.���������.���������44.444.44W^,.q444^.4^%^lgMBrWlW^^I  S I - ���������" .    r  1 i -g?g4", '���������������������������rai^irwwvvij I j/ytit'i  Is 1 a^ift   If^H'Bi^ a s IHS rf-i ������������������'���������'������������������  1    S Ei '11 i-B   ' S Ri 9 J Hfta. -'B.8   ijl| BBS  & n   H  3   El i illn I HI 11 % m %. m i ^ I ������1 III  | - ���������  m  m  .  mm urn union i  r-nniirr^nntTtnttinil': tnrn! tutTiAu"nnn-irfiT  S l���������^- : __  imiwbu\ niHiini^-iifCbUUIUIIIimilflUCbl HIKFH M 111. S.H  U " " " * "  W. BURTON, Proprietor  II  FIPTTS  THE   HOME  or  THB  TRANSIENT  Q,  SAMPLE  I CMS  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenay^.  The .dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with uuly the best brand  I    of goods.  I '  a   I ���������  1 c  reston, B.C.  D. S. TiMMONS  MAD  nmrcl will ensue 'M  Sunnyside,Wash., Owners  Will Have To Pay  $82  per Acre  Board of Directors Are  Charge; No Sales-  man   <3tf--I������-**.-c������r.  -%*������*������ V������������*������        *4*-> ������������������������ m m* <w* ���������mm' ���������*���������* ���������  aii  r>  a   a  THE  CANADIAN  OF  COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT  ALEXANDER  LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER  _   c 1 n nna nnn  REST, -   $8,000,000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of their banking- business including: the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of  Commerce to be operated by mail, and vill receive the same careful  attention as is given to ail other departments of the Bank's business.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as  by a personal visit to the Bank.  A 231  (Gontiiui-id from Page 1)  if not tripled.   The amount of business  will continue to doable from year to  4*  yew.  The Union will build its warehouse  ia the near future on the lot -which it  has purchased from J. B. Moran. The  lot measures 60 by 300 feet. Just what  sized building will be constructed is  a matter to be deoided. as yet. Two  plans have been submitted, one calling  for a building 40 by 80 and the other  40 feet square with provision for additions. As there is considerable doubt if  a 40 foot square building would accommodate the business of the farmers it  is very probable that the larger building  MR.ANDMBS.R.SM1TH  untisn nosurnosa pgurssrses uo. Ltd.,  Of Vancouv sr, B,.  Have just received an 8o page illustrated  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees/shrubs, roses, etc., which -s free for  the askiug to intending  planters.  Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  | at Creston, B. C.  ������      A TRIAL  ORDER will convince th most  1 cHtlcal of llie silverioritvof out* one vssr old  ��������� H-i        * *-- -   =. -_   A *   ** a  I* IIIAP  ��������� lOKII'll  tHiltniHIHHi uhhui:  The payment of large sums of money  per acre for the reclamation of lands in  various parts of Canada and the States  jn nntfld Hftvfiral timRs dnring a year and  this week the Spokesman-Review tells  4*���������     4.-444.     4.VV^4.V    4^44     44^4444.44^   444444.J 44   4���������4.-4.}      ������*���������,/  lag $82 per acre to gefc water oa  their  land so that it will be productive.  In public mass meeting the citizens of  Sunny side signed contracts pledging  themselves to pay the high summer acre  vrithout one dissent!.!'* voice although a  number said that they would have to  sail part of their acreage in order to  make the payments. Aside from their  first oosfc the ranchers in that section  will have to pay an annual maintenance  fee which will amount to cousiderable.  'The Sennoside project is a government  enterprise and the work will be done by  the government engineers. The sum  named is a large one but   the settlers  4>Vki4rt1y>   14-   ia  *vt/-,������.������V14     44r1>iln A /44/������r.%-J.ir������IT     +J\  ... 444.4      44.     4444.      .. W. 44444 ..  .4*4���������4 ...W444 444.Q ��������� ���������  statistics the Yakima Vally in which  Sunnyside lies is so mere productive  than the Kootenay Valley. There the  water must be put on the ground���������here  the citizens want the floods rewmved.  im tm eime  JAMES BATES WARNS  CITIZENS  Young Says Future Cas  es Will be Severely   Punished  Have Over 30 Friends As  Guests For Evening  in Auditorium  (('ontinued. from' Page 1)  made prosecutions but in this case as all  o hers we must go ahead."  Magistrate Young then imposed a fine  of $25 for each of the two deer killed  cut of season and afterwards gave the  following warning to the general public  concerning like acts.  "The fact that Burns says he did not  know he was doing wrong makes me  keep his fine to the minim um under the  law. Other cases coming before me will  not be left off so easy. Deer are a great  asset to a community and thev must be  protected.   They are uot only an aid to  fU*4     M44J.-.4.4 44     ��������� ��������� J! ���������?.-.-..        1. A. *. I- ���������   ���������uB yiua^Ouui au\x luiuot    uut    vjuojr    cue  an asset to the district through bringing  iounsss li������j.e durAiig t'no upeii houkOVl.  They are also an asset in a scientific  way. This case is no precedent. Others  that come before me will be dealt with  all severity."  ia  fi t   ia     lirrTinin  W.b.l.U. iHlttlii.0  ������ UU134  "WMmmm 8*  ���������u ������������������b> am.  bW*0V       *^SFmmmVmV       B^mmmVmmW       ^mmtV IQmVMg      W-tWff  ���������SJS.BB 7ih &w&a Wa mfassGosSmf������^ &s Oa  Strawberry Plants  Senator Dunlap and Larsons *Beaui^  Iwo of the most hardy and productive varieties," Propagated under the  most favorable conditions from the R. M. Kellogg strain of pedigree plants.  Price $10 00 per thDUPandl?. O B.-Wyaudel. 10% di-icount on all orders  with remittance in lull received before March 20tb.  MONRAD WIDEST,    WYi\fl^DEL,B���������CB  imnftnn"-*g"*'*** "-'~"'-****^ ' "n ,7rr " "  pEMK  Mr. and Mrs. Bobert' Smith entertained a number of their friends at a  dance last Thursday evening in the Auditorium, over thirty guests being pre-  5������C3Ub?        S-������OLlX\^A.U.^    Xtf txo   v2.4^  4.A4.V;     Ox.    VLZV V* V-  ning and with Mrs.  P.B.' Fowler   and  Mrs. H.  B. Downs alternating at the  piano, the music was ail thai could le  desired.  Mr. and Mrs. Smith had converted  the stage into a cozy reception -room  with easy chairs and lounges enough to  accommodate all the guests Iced drinks  were kept on the table in the centre of  the stage and early in the evening the  dancing was waited while the guests  were served with ice cream and cake  Later a pleasing lunch was served.  The programmes whioh had been given eaon guest upon arrival called for a  long list of dances and it was long after  midnight before the last of the names  on the lists were reached. Those who  j enjoyed tha hospitality of Mr. and Mrg  PPOC iiliiiiflO Dcmire  ntrutu  Notwithstanding ths cold, windy  night, the second open meeting of the  W. C. T. U, was well attended aud had  a programme of unusual merit to offer.  '- The President opened the session with  a few words on the department of work  undertaken by the Union in diffeieut  pares Oi uno i^Jui.aiun. jm, 44j������i=.i404=4*w^  followed with a few worda relating to  "Creston's Temperance and Motal Reform Committee." Dr. Wells gave a  very interesting and helpful address on  "Light; Its Properties, "Value and Relation to Health." Dr Henderson's  treatment of his subject, "Alcohol as a  Food, a Stimulant, or Restorative," was  very explicit and interesting. William  MoBean was unable to be present, but  sent a paper, which was read by Miss  Eby and was well received. Its subject  was,   ' The   World Wide   Fight  Against Alcohol."  * After each subject those present engaged in short disouesion.  The refreshments were served by Mrs  G t>. Brown assisted by Mr. Brown,  Miso Olarko and Mias B. Kuott.  Prof. W. S. Walker of Bonners Ferry  r   kes brief and pointed  reply to the  lo "^r oi T.M. Edmonson, published two  weekr igo as follows;  Edifcui.        ston Review:���������  A 4.  JZt.     Jb*4.1.   4. 1  ^4t> ^V.^4 4A44 i   .4. 4 .444.444.44 44^  V..        UXXV       4UV.I*IUJ.J.        jmto.\M\*tL!.      444.43  the Colo a-Io Deisert is below ssa level,  and any reference to the Mojave Desert  included ail land of its characteristic  aridity. This is the exteftnie dry district of the United States and the state  ment of its eight feet per annum of evaporation oan be found in Departmental  Surveys published by U. S. authority.  Some six years ago an overflow from  theColprado river filled a portion of thiB  low country now called SaltoM Sea. Eva  poration emptied that lowland, agi.ij  ago, as it would have done the Kocte-  nay Valley and lake but- for conditions  set forth in my former paper.  W. S. Walker-,  Best of Fishing and Hunting j-  g444������U  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce*   Frui.  General CosHsalsslon EJerehaats  NELSON  Blectrie Restorer lor Men  XSU nanttmisnl restores evgrv nerve la the" body  . .,���������, to Jts proper teossoa; testores  vim aad vital-tv^ Prensat������r������ decav qnd all Be3tus.l<  weakness  aveft.ed at once.l Vbospbosol wlUy  -^ake you a new man.   Price >8 a boXj. ortwp for  5.5.   Mailedtoanyadd^as.  ���������xo*9cm>ea*.**mm$  wvumr-'��������� = ~���������^-  I  THOROUGHBRED KOVAS- b  SOVEREIGN STRAWBERRY PLANTS  &O PERT HOUSAND  ALL. PLANTS QUARANTEBO TO  GROWX   " ''���������.���������:'-':CX  wwrnavkm  Game Warden Bates can e up   from  Oranbrook Thursdar* ���������  Dr. de Van's Female PllBa  A reliable French regulator;never falU. These  Dills ore exceedingly powerful In regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Reluso  all cheap imitations. .������sr.d������iViW-'������ ������r������������old at  I tfi ������ box; or three lor 110;   Mailed to any address.  I Tba ������coben ������m������ Co.. St. CftUuuMneo, 0������*.  -���������T  YOUNG MEN AND MIDl>LE.AGEp MBW,  th������ victims of (������r)y Indiscretions nnd later ea.  <Wb. who aio tiUlwres in llte-you ore ttw  cnoswo ct.n rostoro to manhood aud ,W|VO  tho Hpnrk ot ������uei-������y and vltnllty. Pon't glyp  upindcnpalvbttotiunp you hovo treated with  other doctors, used electric belts aad trlod  vailoua driiff utoi-o nostrums.  Our New Method TreahwM.*- l>as fl������������-t������\������d  hundredaYrom tUu brlnlc ot ttesnnlr, Mm ro-  ntorod huiiplnosa ta hundreds or homea and  hnu made oucc������i������������tul men of those who wero  "down nnd out." Wo proaorlbo B^elflprera-  ortlos for each Individual ens������ aoaortlliux to tnj  patent monlcioen. ThlH Is ono of th* i������c������ti dt  o������i������- wondflrful whccbsh as onr treatment oaj������-  not fall, for w> prr.������orllx> reraadlea, adai>uw w������  each lu.liviaual cRso. Only c-irahle <-���������������--��������� ���������������*  flxpted. W������ hav������ Jon* btulneta Uu-mwIh*-.  Canada (or ov������v 9.0 Y������ar������.  CURABLE CASES  GtJARAMTZCD  OR NO  PAY  BEBIirPH Arc you a victim? Wave you ������������������*  LHUtl- hot** Aro you intending to murwt  usyoiu'hloo'i been dlBmeadr Have you any  weaVuosst Our N������w M.thoJ Tr������nU������������at Vrlu  cure you. Whut It has dona for others lt will  do for you. Commilutlon V*.m. N������ matter .  who has treated you, write for nn hontea  opiiiloM Fri.r. <������f Cltm**. P"fJ--.,mr������'1''Q-r-  "Doyhood.MuT.hofid, irathorhoodi." (UlusUtut-  ed) ou LlQimeou of ������lcn.  | Smith included Mr. and Mrs.   R. O'B  I VitzQ-ernld,   Mr.   aurt    Mra.    W.   A.  IMoMnrtrle,   Mr,    aiul     Mra.     l^     G.  Dexter. Mr, and Mra.  G A. M. Younp,  Mr. nnd Mrs. P,   B.   l^owlor,   Mr.  nnd  Mrs, H B. Downs, Mr. nnd Mra, Audy  Miller, Mrs. Evans, Mrs.  llobflon,   Minn  Ethel Huaoroft,  Mlns  Vorn   Husor.ft,  Miss M, PrluuOMti-WnllH, Miss U. Prim-  r.BO-WollB,   MIbb Jcnuio  Arrowhmlth,  'Frank Oulluuder, Wlllhun Murdoch, L.  MoMurtrlo Williani Arrowitmith, lfi. C,  T. Tnylrr,  William Gunn,  Mr   JoncB,  ,Chnrl������H Mo ro, G.  Ooftdnu and 0   L  Wyuii,  0. O. Rodgers weut to Nolnon   vVed  nonday.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:  NOTICE IS HE 1EBY GIVEN  that  the partnership heretofore existing between ua as Proprietors of the Burton  Hotel, Oreston,  British Columbin, hue  boon thin day dissolved by mutual oon-  sunt.    AU accounts owing to thn Burton Hotel nro payable to tho Creston  Tiudiuw Ooiiiiuiny, Limited.  Dated M-iroh tho First. A D. 1012.  W. Burton,  Joacph JackBOu.  WITNESS: A. B. MacDonahl.  NO NAMES USED 'vVTrHOIJT WWTTEN CONSENT.   No names m fc<ws ^ awfjl*  DRs.kE8>8NESW&iCEilEiY  Cor. Michigan Ave, and Grlswold St.,  Detroit, Mich.  (���������������������������MgSjMHBM^IMa^^W ���������**!������*           All idlcm JIUUI ������-iUi.u..i <4..4-L .ww 4.s.v.4v.C^-;. c',j  ^������������������B*     IVU I BlUCs       toour Cnniuiian Conu3]XJiKlcuce Dcpftrt- M  mVmV^^r      tmmmmmwmmmmM     ment iu Windsor, Ont.    If you 'Ic-oire to ���������*  see u* pcrewnally call at our Medical Institute, iu Dotroit aei wc huts ami Uejil. 53  4��������� M������������UMi������ i��������� n.ir WhiriW  ufTtcna  which ,'.rc for Corrcr.ptMiflcnrt* ������u<i f\  H laboratory for Canadian business only.   A������tdr������rt������ au luutsm uu iuiiuwo  Goorgo C>wnn formerly n\anoRor of  j the Ynln-Oohimbla lumber carnp roturn-  cd to Croston this wonlc from RnupLnUu.  II;n-i7 r.;nd! of iriU.htna-  ton Wt-dn.'Btlay MVAiiiiiur.  Mrs, GnorgH Cartwrlght gave an 5n-  formal Inst Friday ovoning at In r homo  at Eriolison, A immbor ot 11." yahoo'  frlondH of her two daunhtors, Molvinmd  Gonrglti,  wore, tho gucstfl.  Ployd llortgwH rolurnod to  l.i-t   In. ���������  from Spokano thl-i woolc.  Mrs  Prlm-ns -W^lls   roturnnd   tills'  *  ......4,     TT,������  1.IIU UOUIU Ut    il..'.  ������   -1 .1     I .  galar  luootiua I'aoHuay w������ - -."���������������������.  Yea  Cannot  Learn  Poultry-Raisin*  F-fom a Book  There is only one right way to learn how to raise poultry, and make  it pay from tho start, and thit is to learn from, experts who have been  irTlM8 is exactly tho kind of instruction the International Correspondence Schools offer you. This is NOT a book scheme, but a home Course  of practical lessons, representing tho lifelong experience o������ the most suc-  cciiiiful poultry raisers In the -world.   ������ .... r 1   ^n..i4-M.  The Course includes everything pertaining to succcs-ful poultry  raising: How to aeleet mo������t profitable breeds; feedlrig;vroarketlng effia  and poultry for profit: natorofand ortiflci^l brooding; natural and erti-  flcird incubation; laying hens; combination plant; poultry ������PPj������������f������������  enemlen of poultry; dis* nsou of poultry; poultry houies and management,  turkeys: water fowl*; squabs; etc^ etc.   What makes the Course particularly valuable i������ tlie fact that the  I. C. S. is associated with the laTgcst poultry farm in ^world���������the  celebrated Rancocas Farm, at Brown's Mtlla;, In-thc-Plncs, N. J., 1���������*���������������  for its fin* Rnnrnrn^ T^nhf ������ms nnd DAY-OLD-CHIX, and where 30,000  eggs aro marketed every week. , .  The I. C. S. ������".i.i MinMit thousands o������ dollars tn preparing this Course���������  the only ono oi its Idnd���������a Course  that you. can maator and apply in  your own homo, whethor y ou live in  the city, suburbs, or cou-atry, nnd  that equips you to handle a. few hens  or manage a large poultry farm.  Thin Course will help you just as tho  many other I. C. S. Cotu-ses have  helped thousands of men nsvl women  m other waikrt oi m������.  Tho riT.t ached coupon will bring  you iloseriplivu circular of this great  Poultry-Raising Covirse. Fill it in  mid mail it tnd.iy.  ,'���������'1  i.  4  I Inlerastlonal Correspondence Schools *  t   '             box 888, Scrsnton, Pa. ���������  4 4  # TUi������e   ������eiiJ  mo lre������,  ���������������������  -rli-nm lutlh#r ^  ��������� ���������MlgMl.u ������������ my put. clrcuU. iUi.iIIiU* Ih* ���������  ruull>y<K������Ul.v Courio. -  Nam*.  St. CAVv  c>������^.  *  *  v  *  YVin.������       lUOUltUI      .UllU.klUA,      urn...***      -.������~���������������  w������.m������u   tt     O  i  .Mmmmmim������aim^liajijaaM������llim  ���������jm������MM*!em&  mi^m)^v>tf^^>>*i^^^ *iwvm.*tm0#^i������mi������>H*4m>+***  tt^MaMitmm THS   CRESTOK   HEVIEW,   OESSTOK,   B. O.  .;.,.������!���������.������  ''���������raj..*  ������y$  ?f^.-,t  '��������� ������-���������' -5  .Efji--.il  P'i  III  sfe  hy >.   ���������:������������������/,  W?%'  mys  ma  il  fl  B I  II  ITlLf^J^JL>  !i  !  FREB  M.  WHITE  LONDON  WARS, LOCK & CO., LIMITED  li  ' ;.'T  m  e*>  -yt.  ���������: '��������� '*  mi.yy  i  v\y^i  WC.-'r  (Continued.)  Jolly & Co.  Phillips slipped out of the club by  and by, and for a while walked up  and down opposite, studying the  building in which the Post Club was  situated. It was a large block or  offices on five or six floors, mostly  given over to merchants and dealers  who5e_ business was in connection  with Uovent Garden Market. Moving  up and _dowh as if waiting for a  friend, fhiiiips was making an exceedingly careful scrutiny of the  building.  e> "It isn't quite as easy as I thought  It was at first," he said. "I've got a  pretty shrewd idea for which I have  In tbe main to thank that snowstorm.  It is evident that Rickerby is perfectly right, and that there is some cunning plot afoot to rob this Selwyn.  l wonder if the millionaire Rickerby  was alluding to is Raymond Copley.  I don't see how ������t can be aaybody  else. Now it is clear that it is impossible for this gang to make bets  ������jith a snowstorm cr thick mist or  anything of that kind. I should like  to know bow they could possibly manage to get the "name of the winner  into the club before the horse is past  the post. But that I must leave for  the present. The point I have to find  out now is how the man upstairs who  comes to do the betting gets his information. If there was another  block of buildings opposite the club  I could understand    it.    because    it  ihe passage which led io tha rc-o-ssj ^%T's^'^  occupied by the Post Club. On thej  door the name of Jolly & Co., was S  painted in white leters. From behind I  it came the sound of scrubbing. 'Phillips laid his hand upon the lock and  entered boldly. He saw a room furnished as aa office. There were a  table and a chair or two, and in a  corner an American roll-top desk.  Beside the desk was a telephone  which, from its glittering newness,  had not been long erected. Attached  to the receiver in the place of the  usual short Hex was a cord at least  eight cr nine feet long. It was a  small matter in itself, but it did not  escape Phillips's keen glance. He  wondered what it was for. It was  certain that it was not attached to  the receiver by accident.  In one part of the room an old woman was kneeling down scrubbing  the floorcloth.  "Is Mr. Jolly here?" Fillips asked.  "No, sir." was the reply. "He went  away early. I saw the key of the  office hanging up soon after half-past  three."  Philtips smiled. He was beginning  to understand now. There had been  snowstorms most of the afternoon at  intervals, and this, no doubt, had interfered with the campaign against  the bookmakers.  ���������fo'Vr  iy:t  it.i.?  l.fi'7  m  Ui:y<  liVA-/  V  .IS-'-.*  IS.-; "'<���������  ...  15-?' '���������'  fa*  if,*'.  w>  k  *f'  v.  "That is very annoying," Phillips  said. "I particularly want to see Mr.  Jolly this afternoon. I have some  very important business with him.  Can you tell me where he lives?"  The old woman shook her head emphatically.  "No. I can't, sir," she said. "I  haven't any idea where he lives.  \nd, besides, he is mostly a stranger  to me."  "He hasn't been here long, then?"  "No, sir. He came last autumn,  and, of course. I does tor him like I  do for the other gentleman. Ke stayed till about the end of November,  then be told me he had to go abroad  j for the winter. He has only been  ! back about a week."  Phillips thought his time was not  belT\g wasted. Everything appeared  to be going his way now.  "I am very sorry," he said, "but.  really. I must find him. And it is  most awkward, seeing that he is &  stranger to me. Would you mind  telling me what he is like? If you  can give me a description of him I  make  inquiries in  the  neigh-  Tsh<eW* afes&p> cum?  w'SiiO'l������  S-yStCSSi  as* iia������ piAK of  Their singular curative pro-  perties-.u.sGiifrv'erQu by an Indian  , tribe���������introducedtoclvil.za-.on  nearly a century agcr^on.-  pounded since 1857 in th*  Comstock Laboratories at  Brockvllle., Ontario.  MJfT  XTkA\*\%%m  mWM.&wm%mT:.m:  ������8  j&oot trills  have a remarkable record for  consistently curing constlpa-  tion.bUiousnessandlndigestlQn.  purifying the blood, banishing  headaches and clearing tho  .skin,  25c. a twx everywhere.  ANTIQUITIES AT WHITEWQOD  ' One Helped The Other.  a,       _, 4  4,4, -   ^i     A Lady was continually    accusing  .ftierestlsig   Qiscevery  ef  Stone   And { her servant of extravagance without  CIIm*    &*ll/4<������   Talis   ������#   fianl/>>������44ha . ��������� *������  Voicing His Plea.  "Not guilty!" exclaimed the prisoner.    "An* Oi can prove it."A  "That remains to be seen," observed the judge.  vvuoi. * continued the prisoner *a  an aggrieved tones, "when A the man  was robbed, yer worship, what could  Ol be doin* in the house when 01  wazn't there at aii, at aii, but was  thrae doors down beyont the? lamp  post moinding the baby? Shure. ony-  one In the stratc could have heard  me singin* awayr for it's a mQighty  powerful voice Ol have, an' it's many  a toime Oi've������������������!i  "Stop-���������stop!" cried the judge angrily.   **\VTiat on earth has your voice  A-       .������_..      _2_.A44^      4.444     ���������  "He only means, your worship," ex-  elalineu Pat's counsel, smiling blandly, "that he can prove a iuilably."-���������  National Food Magazine.  Flint Relics Tells of_Saskatchewan's Early ways.  TT 4-14.4.. ���������        .���������4.9      4.1.  ._        1  rx.  owftBB,  ui  ma  j  Civil Service, recently spent a vacation at Whitewood, wnere he secured  some interesting relics, which have  been presented by their tinders  through him to the museum at the  parliament buildings.  Emile Renoult, who lives a few  miles south ol Whitewood presents  some stone implements, presumably  of great antiquity. They consist of a  stone axe, hammer, what ia supposed  to have been a hide scraper, several  flint arrow heads, etc.  Apparently, with theA exception of  the arrowheads,, they are made 61  portions of the prairie boulder stoae.  They are very interesting aB showing  the primitive nature of the weapons  and implements of aboriginal human-  Its'. .Another find consists of a rusty  old six shooter, of a very early pattern, and which is supposed to be,  by some, one of the old police guns,  such as were carried by Colonel  French's men when he crossed the  plains in the seventies, and took possession of th������ Blackfeet country. The  stock is gone, hut the gun, although  badly rusted, is otherwise fairly well  preserved. It waa found in a bluff, by  Mr. Bvschan, of the Merchants Bank,  Whitewood, who kindly gave It to  Mr. Stokes for the museum. The  stone implements are being photographed by Mr. Grentell, and it is  said to be the intention of Librarian  Kawkes to send the photos to the  Maidstone Museum, Kent, England,  so that they, may be' compared with  the flint implements found in that  country with a view of discovering  similarities and differences.���������-Regina  Leader.  any real cause.    The servant always  bore this accusation patiently.  One day the servant Informed her  mistress that the coal had ail been  consumed.   This was followed by the  usual remarks on the part of the mis- i  tress, who finished up by saving: '  '^You evidently eat them."  'ihe next day the caudles weire al!  gone.  "Candles <gone!" eaid the mistress.  fortnight ago."  "Oh, well," rejoined the servant,  who could stand this sort of thing no  longer. "I can tell . you where ' the  candles have gone. I ate them to  swaiiow- the coal more conveniently!"  as as-  a husss m  mmoi  r  Setting Even.  It was close on midnight, and the  profeaalonal guest'-'fait it was high  time for him to stop playing.  "Perhaps I'd better not play any  more to-night," he said, wearily. "I  see you have near neighbors, and  they might be annoyed."  "You needn't mind them a minute,"  said his hostess eagerly. "We ars  perfectly sure they poisoned our cat,  and i������ they did nothing is too bad for  them.'  .- 4-4tt.1��������� W.4 MA4.V  XL      l������      ^VBO.4,4^      **4-.      44-j.  ..c~ld bs "cssibl^ to 9?snHi from one  window tcTanother.    But there's no-1 ?������urn0(* .-w-iw^io ������..������co ������.v. ninvi^cr  thtnc  nnnosiff.   Aippnt   the  onen  Mar-   m one of the botels Close by  playing  2St^L-fth*T^t ot LrieT* ^hL������?tT���������! billiards or something of that sort."  Ket witn a loi oe porters n������uie,.i*&, .������-ix-���������ii *v,^t'������ ?"-������=������hle ������* th<������ old w.o-  about, and I don't suppose they have   ^ ^^.Jg-Ag- ^he om^  me   ot a isame of billiards, because my  Still havine cot so far i* is hard if Uttle boy has had to fetch him once  suii, having got so tar,_u is aaro^tr j or twlefc    He ^  yoUng  and  nw nau   m^?������** ^w������-������* t*j*g   .wC g.r:   5-Sj.v it  4-.���������.������t,:MA ms%. j*x ������..*v.   it-  which  for the   moment  Was He Brave?  V. 44/444       4,  bo i Ions  time.    It happened on'Sunday)-natural charm  night, after church.    They were sit-      When  the  blood  fails   then  ting^on the sofa, and she looked with I those dragging backaches    and head  beats  A soldering Iron, heated by a jet  with the point ft'd from a gasoline  tank on the handle, is a recent invention, A  THE WEARY SMILE  THAT COVERS PAIN  Women are Thewsaive* -o Bi4a������ific  for Much of Their Suffering.  Women are weak, yet under a smile  they will try to bide pain and suffering that any man could ��������� E.ot bear  patiently. If women would only remember that their frequent failures  of health arise from feeble or impure  blood their lives would Ije smoother  _j   .kA.r  nmiiiii   inncroi^  ratlin   their  gUJU 4.U4.V 4*4#4A������4������ 444.44.4404.4 AV'T.���������_a 4T..4.  uegiu  into  his noble  I can't get to the bottom of it.   The  ���������' J^C    ���������,.������ .*?������* SSJt^m  signal must come from somewhere in   8hav^l 1o^8 ^IL^/^SK. iS'  4.������-l%.._~;- -m V...JU.- .., -������.,. ..i���������h l tou g$t close to mm, aaa mru .-o^  the block of buildings where the elub  is situated. Well, that gives mei  something to go on with anyhow, and  I haven't much time to spare, especially as I must meet Fielden to-morrow  at Mirst Park. I suppose there is  only one thing to do and that is to  nnd out the name and occupation of  every firm which has an office under  ____ _ the roof.   That will take me the best  HT^ part of the afternoon, even -with the  ��������� m. *"-'"-..' ssst ot Iuck.    's'ne Tsrst rmui x Beeu  Is a Post Office Directory."  An hour and a half passed and Phil-  liws had not made much progress with  bis task. With the aid oi the Directory he managed to winnow down the  doubtful firms to five or six. Th?������  rest he found were established houses  engaged in legitimate trade, the  others being more or less newcomers  of whom the compilers of the book  stated very little. By a stroke of  good fortune just before five o'clock  Phillips obtained the assistance of a  clerk in a fruit warehouse whose firm  was in the block of buildings in which  the club was housed. At the end of  half an hour the doubtful firms were  reduced to two. Standing outside  looking up at the club, tlie windows  ot which were now ln darkness, Phillips could see that, nnxt door were a  couple of windows bearing on their  wire blinds the legen-l .Tolly & Co.  There was a light, behind the blinds,  ������o that the lettering stood out clear  and distinct.  "I think I am getting on," Phillips  commented. "Now. how am T going  to find out about Jolly & Co? It is  a bit too dancrerous to go un to the  .nfllcn door nnd ask to see Mr. Jolly.  But, stop. Most, of thf> people have  left, and It Is nuy odd p. that tne light  there has heen used hy t'ia ei.r.i-wo-  wan who Is cleaiih.g out the office.  Tt won't do any harm to go up and  Bee."  Phillips put his plan Into execution.  Tie came at length to the second floor  and stopped at a door at the end of  you get   _  can see what a lot ot wrinkles he has  round* Mb eyes. He might easily be  mistaken for an actor. Dresses very  well, he does, escept that he wears  a steel watch-chain."  There was nothing for it now but  to give the old woman a shilling .and  depart. Phillips had found out all  he was likely to discover. He had  already moved towards the door when  a sudden thought struck him.  ineffable  tenderness  blue eyes.  "Tom," she murmured, "didn't you  tell me once you would be willing to  clean-' do any act of heroism for my sake?"  "YeB, Mary, and I would gladly reiterate that statement now," he replied.    "No noble Roman of old was  fired with a loftier ambition, a braver  resolution, than I."  "Well, Tom, I want, you to do something really heroic for me."  "Speak, darling, what is it?"  "-A.sk me to be your wife.   vWe've  been fooling long enough."  Not Very Anxious.  Old  Gent:     "So  you   want  to  be-  Complete in itself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator does not require  the assistance of any other medicine  to make it effective. ���������.- It does not f.ail  to do its work.  amnts' Decided He Could Mot 0������-  Cured. "Cufoura" Soon Made  His Skin Perfectly Clear*  A Toronto cr aii, Mr. Robert Mann, of 7383-  Queea 8t. Bant, says: "Our boy was-bom in.  Toronto on Jet. 13, 1908, and when thre������"-  moaths old a slight raah appeared on hi������  cheek.   What appeared to-  |4R,       .4        W.444.M4.        K1(a*A44       *,..������\,, |*ft  44SV4       440        .4444*4.4 44,444,4r4>4 4,4#444*4.  form.     When   it   broke,,  matter   -would   run: ������ui-  atartlng new blisters untiL  his entire face, need. and-,  ehouldare were a mass vf  scabs and .you cpuld_not.������  A*/  Everything Neetifed.  A peasant in a remote pait of Cal-  way was one day standing at the  door of "his cabin. He did not look  particularly well off, poor fellow, and  an English tourist passing stopped to  speak to him.  As he did so he saw  the children inside playing with a  pig:    The Englishman was shocked.  "My   good   ^I'-^-w"     *������<*   said-   "���������a.'hv  It  have you that pig in the house?  does not seem right."  "Why not; sorr?" answered Pat  promptly, "why not? Sure, an*  hasn't the house ivery accommodation that any rayBonable pig would  require?"  ������:������4S^4TT!=:     "     '��������� t ������������������.44*    44T������.M    444,1*    *a*444U44,(44*444*,  lYl.WSrW     44^.,..,.������������������...������     .4.4       44.4     ������������������  .   ���������   J    ..-. ��������� .   ��������� -  u j    4.4������;c  r.444,4.   **      Vb*_  , S444 j  , 4..4W  I 'wian ! cosie my sos-ls-law?  you would let me have the number of I     YouthT "No, I don't; but if I marry i Miss C<jra A. Cornell, St  you telephone.    If I can't come here { your daughter I don't very well s'ee  how I  can get out of it!"���������Lrtj-ndoh  Opinion.  * a1 Ar4V������.f*.iri a  44*^ 4 .4W ������4 44 4^ .4 4.  Mr.  sJblly  in  the morning."  The old woman intimated that the  number was on the top of the telephone and Phillips made a note of it.  Then he went away on the whole  very well satisfied with his afternoon's  work. He had yet, however, to verify  a certain suspicion, and this he could  not accomplish till late in the evening. It was eight o'clock or more  before he turned into a public telephone call-office and rang up the number which he had copied in Jolly's  office. He was not surprised to find  that he received no reply, but it was  not a reply he was after. What he  really wanted was to get in connection with the Exchange. He managed this presently. It was getting late  in the evening and there no great  pressure upon the office.  "I am sorry to trouble you," he  said, "but I can't get anything from  this number. Can you tell me if Mr.  Jolly has a wire between the office  and his house?'  Real Meaning: of "At Half Mast" A  Perhaps you have noticed that  whenever a prominent person dies, especially if he is connected wth the  government, the flags on public buildings are hoisted only part of the way  up. This is called half mast. Did  you ever stop to think" what connection there could be between a flag tha*.  was not properly hoisted and the  death of a great man?  Ever since the time flags were used in  war lt has been the custom to have the  flag of the superior or conquering nation above that of the inferior or vanquished. When an army found itself  hopelessly beaten it hauled its flag  down far enough for the flag of the  victor's to be placed above it on the  same pole. This was a token not only  of submission, but of respect.  In those days when a famous soldier died flags were lowerod out of  respect to his memory.     The custom  Thd telephone assistant amiably re-jJone ������B������ pa??Jed,fl'om<,pi!ye!^ ^,mt?!������  In ������l mn- usage to public life id' all kinds,    the  piled bhe would ascertain  ment or two sho spoke again  "No wonder you couldn't, get a ve  ply." she Baid.    "Jolly & Co. are not  flag flying at half mast being a sign  that the dead man was worthy of universal respect.    The space left abovo  Scott's liiftiisiik  are the  Two Great Creators I  of Energy  Energy means power���������  power to work, to think,  to throw o# and keep  off disease.  Get all  the sunshine  you can, and take  Scott's Emulsion  regularly. It will giv������  ynu atre.ncrth. flesh and  vitality.  It* ������ure to cef  SCOTT'S  it', the Standard and! alwoy*  connected with the Exchange"a"t "ill", j" ���������������������"*���������%. ^'n^th ~Zw YoTI  We switch them on by arrangement jol all. the Angel of Death.���������Now .-TorK  for business purposes, but their wire < ^un-  Ib a private one.    It has only  been  recently erected."  Phillips drew n sharp breath. He  was expecting sensational developments,  but    this    information  fairly  "I am much obliged to you," he  staggered him,  said. "But I am vory anxious to got.  on to Mr. Jolly. You say tho wire is  a private one. I suppose it goes from  the office to Mr. Jolly's own house.  Where is llmt?"  "His plaeo la called The Nook,  Mirst. Pnrlc."  Oncet move Plillllps was taken a-  back. 'Tho whole plot was opening  up before his eyes. There wore still-  nvmy important matters lo bo cleared  up. but. bo fob ho wjir fiHtlng on  with a vengeance.  "I didn't know where he lived," ho  said, "but. many thnnltB for this information and nil the trouble you  hove taken. Wouhl you mind putting  mc  iu  (.niu.ectl.cvu  with  I ho  Nook?"  Tbo assistant, waa still obliging.  Kor tho best, part, of five minutes Plillllps stood there with  the receiver at.  aches; unrefreshing sleep that cause:  dark lines under the eyes; dizziness;  tits of depression; palpitation or  rapid fluttering of the heart; hot  flashes and indigestion. Then the  'cheeks grow pale, the eyes dull and  the complexion blemished.  Women should know that much ot  this suffering is needless auu can be  promptly remedied. Purify and' .enrich- the blood through the use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and your  suffering will vanish. Thousands of  women know that Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills havs brightened their lives by  making the new, good blood ox health,  and so toning up all the vital organs  into healthy, vigorous action. Here  is    an "i instance from among many*  Catharines,  Ont.. says: "Ever since the age of  fourteen I have suffered terribly with  pains in my back, and severe headaches. I was also much troubled  with indigestion and had to be extremely careful as to my diet, and  sometimes did not feel like eating  at all. Some two years ago the headaches became so bad that I had to  give up my position, which was clerking in a store, where, of course, I was  constantly on my feet. I took a position in an office, where I could be  seated most of the time, but even  then I suffered terribly most of the  time. As the medicine I had been  taking did not help me I. finally decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  I got a supply, and soon felt they  were helping me and I continued taking the pills for several months until  I felt perfectly well. Although my  doctor advised me not to go back to  my old position, I decided to do so,  and have not felt any 111 effect. I  never have backache now, seldom a  headache, and all traces ot the indigestion have disappeared. I cannot  speak too highly of Dr. Williams* Pink  Pills and I hope this letter will help  someone who suffer.s aB I used to."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 eehtn a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  i>yfi' i i . V\jjv^l -see & parsieie of clear skin.  T^fl fll   iW1^ We did  not  know  what  u^f^A/������ZSUKf~-A to do for him : and tried  >L44isj        Lj&  ���������Vsbuut     ovory     ctuvefiiaeu.  ���������Sui^"" ��������� V>remedy without -av������U,.?ln-  H^^* " ' deed soma of them only  added to his ntiaurittg oild.  one in particular, the - ������������������ ���������-  Remedy, almost put tha  infant into convulsions..  The family doctor prescribed for hlra. This dM  Tjot do any good, so Vf**  __ took~hlm to  a   hospital.  He wes treated as an out-patient twice a. -  week and he got worse, if anything. We thea  called in another doctor ana inside of a week:  ths Soy v.'tts, to all appearances, cared asd  the doctor said ni3 wok was done, uut iae  very next day it brcks out as bad as ever.  "We decided that it could not be cured  tad must run its course and bo we just kept -  his arms bandaged to his side to prevent his-  tearing hia fltaa.    The Cuticura Remedies-  were recommended.   We.started using them -  In May, 1009, .and soon the cure was complete.  Cuticura made his skin perfectly clear and  he ia entirely free from the skin disease,,r  /al*444/4j\       1D4K4.44      %#���������....    T     *#������������������       ** . .4. *������  .V4.4&4.4.444/     444444������4 ���������    ^04141).   4U0J4,    ������������,     1VAU,  . Jn .another letter, dated June 29. 1911, taw ������������������  adds; " My> boy has never had gay mo.rs ���������  trouble since using Cuticura."  For more than a generation Cuticura Soap>-  - and Ointment, have afforded the mosi "UC'-  cessful treatment for skin and scalp troubles -  of infants, children and adults. A siugle set  is often sufficient. Although sold by drug--  pistg and dealers throughout the world, ������.  liberal .sample of each, with 32-p. book oa  the ssfe^will be sent fi-ee, o?i ExmHeation to*  Potter Drug & Cfaem. Corp., S3 Columbus*  ������?-. Boston XT. S. A.  ^   Tr������DDer������.Eke*lera.iK<  >���������. any unffOCBaw WwtBr  ��������� cannot afford to- dia--  - pose o������ tfe*ir -eolleot,  ions  withont   first*  obtsiaing our prices.  _������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������ ���������-.- ���������    ssat  optttt reqnest.  Remittance forwarded day. iroods received.  $&���������%& Mm&Mmsm-  'r"Yea-'v     -  * "George, dear," said the young wi������e,'  "you   are   growing   bands'-**.^   pvery  day." -..  "ices, darling," replied the knowing  t-yeoi-ge.    ' it s a way I have just   be*-  A Natural Ber.t  "Professor," said Miss Skylight, "I  want you ,to suggest a course in life  for me. I have thought of journalism"- A ���������  "What are your own inclinations?" i^"*^-     V^^,  "Oh, my soul yearns and throbs )Iore >our *vWa*?:  and pulsates with an ambition to give  the world a iifework that shall be  marvelous in its scope and weirdly entrancing in the vastness of its structural beauty!"  "Woman, you're born to be a milll-  ner"--rTit-Bits.  heals  444444^4* .4^44S4S^=44T  SHictiicSr 4sIops ccuibs. eases .col^s  ������ks tarsal a^a Egsss  Balka'  Uncle Amos���������"i call de ol' boss  'Writln' Paper'."  Cousin Sue���������"Why V  Uncle Amos���������"He's so often stationary."        j  "I hope our dear old Dr. Wu Ting  Pang is on the right side in these  Chinese troubles," said a diplomat ,at  a dinner in Washington.  "Dr. Wu." he continued, "used to  tell many illuminating anecdotes  about the Chinese character. 1 x-e-.  member one about ingenuity.  "A Chinaman, the anecdote ran,  found his wife lying dead in a field  oue morning���������a tiger had killed her.  "The Chinaman went home, procured some arsenic, and, returning to  the field sprinkled it over the corpse.  "The next day the tiger's dead body  lay beside the woman's. The ^aina-  man sold the tiger's skin to a mandarin and its body to a physician to  make fear-cure powders and with the  proceeds he was able to buy a younger  wife."���������Washington Star.  While the W eney Lasts.  Spaders .. (bitter!jj���������-It' is/ easy-  enough to make friends, but preU>'  hard to keep the-m.'  Lenders���������-Oh, i don't know. I've-  got a number of friends who yseem  perfectly willing- to let rue. keep  4bhom.-"i70>S4i,on   J rausCi*Api-  Thorns from, spine varieties o������  cactus have beeny found _to work better iaan sw*! heedj^is whenA used to.  transmit the sound7 in phonographs.  A single Yarmouth fishing boat has-,  landed iaa'/inany as 200,00Q herring.  The Wrong Throat  A little boy took an apple to school  iho other day and wan playing with  it. When the toucher saw him he  look it froimhlm and later commenced  to eaj, it himself.  As the boy Haw the last piece disappear he began to cough violently.  When the teacher nsked him what ho  was coughing for ho replied: ���������  '���������Please, sir, the nppio has gone  down tbe wrong way."  Davfd Copperffleld  "Of all my*books, I like tills the-  best. It will be easily, believed that I  am a fond pareut io every child of my-  faney, and that no one can ever love  them. But, like many fond parents,  I nave in my neart of hearts a favorite child. And his name is David Cop-  perlield."���������Prom Charles Dickens'preface to his story, "David Conperfleld."  Are you first in anything at school,.  Barlie?"  "First out of the building when tbe  bell rings."  "1 am opposed to the whole principle-  of inflation."   -  "Oh, come now! Not ih using auto~  mobile tires?"  Since the ahoMBhment of queues in  China a sudden demand has been  created for hats, and at Osaka factories aro working night and day to  fill orders. Hong Kong hns a similar  experience.  The receipts of American picture  theutrcH are said to amount to $i:i,ooo,������  000 a year.  Tn Russia pcoplo mviHt marry boforo  reaching the ngo of eighty or not ut  all, and marry only five times.  Wise Physician  "T told    tho doctor    I won tired    of  i waiting, so ho nsked mo to pur, our, my  tongue and closn my eyes,    Kept mo  that, way for ton minutes?"  "And mennwhile?"  London Clearing BanKorR* returns  for 1011 .aggregated $71,000,000,000.  The Bank of Tflnginnd's gold bullion  slock nt the end of the year was $157,-  810,000.  HOW'S TH18T  We' offer One Hundred Dollars Reward  for  a'iv  case of Catarrh that cannot torn  cured  by   Hall's   Catarrh  Cure.  P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo.- O.  We,  the undersigned have known F, J.  Cheney for thr. last 15 years, and believe  him  perfectly  honorable, in  all   bualnev*  transactions, and financially able to carry  out anvypbllgationM made by his firm.  Waldtnjc,   Kin nan   8c  Marvin.  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.  Hall'n Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,  acting directly upon tho blood and muo-  ������um Bui faces of tho system.   Testimonials  Sent   free.     Price,   76c.   per   bottls,     Sulu  y all DruKftiats. _  Taka   UoiFm   Family   Pills   for   Conatl-  ratlon. '  MY  DAUGHTER  WAS CURED  i Ills f.nr, and tlio langnr ho bad to wait, j     "Ho   nttonde,!   to     four    othor  j iln> nioits hiiiisluul ho uppeuivd to bu. .tlonta."���������i-oulsvillo Courior-.louniul  Tli'Mi, prcHcnily, ihe Ibln voleo nt Uir������  pa-  i  oiln-1- (.mil of tlio wire begun to speak  In him ii^nlii.  "I am vory sorry," she said. "Hut  I hnvt" mug hnlf n' do/(>n Mnimi and  '���������:m't mal(r- anybody bear. Probably  I bey bnve Icl'l tbe receiver ol'l' I lie In-  hi i uuietii.    I can try aaa In priwutly."  "A  UioiiHiind Ouiiii-m"  '������>)|||  "Hui   1   wr.n'i   it-'Uibl"   yon  ntilliil   ill    I ii<"   oiiien   j ll   (ii  Whin   a   Klrnke .������f lue,|<!  V!l   e;ii;  huh Mini-,.  And now  I   d.������wi������ to  Mlrol   r.tilv."  I'l'o   In-   ('iiiillniieil.)  In  $i$m   ii������ii������ki  H   M  44444.4X44,  ll      l'>  hUAVINtj  ON   UHII'I.IH    lfc������.r..iUHV  John's Advice.  There Ib a wealthy huslnoBB man  who recently rocelvod nn Invitation  for himself and his wife to spend a  week-end with a well-known aristocrat.  At breakfast mi the morning following their arrival at the aneestrnl castle, Mrs. Nonveuu llk-he, In tr.vliiK to  i-lil|. oil' the top of au t������KK wit It her  Icntfi^, exerelsod ho much Hireiiglb  1 lint the e|.'i? wiih UijocUed (������ut of tlio  enp and rolled under tbe table. Not  i, :....    il>..   /inrvprl    lb I Uir   In   do   In  Much  elrcniimlanecH,  ahe appealed   to  111-1 11414.11,11141.  ��������� ��������� loii'v,"     <iio������     vliliiiwml    "1     I..i> ,4  Tho HarmTess Ivy  The ImproBHion that ivy Ib harmful  to wnllfl of Htone or brick has been  removed by the testimony of a large  number of Gorman nrohltoctH, build-  ern', foreatorfl, and ma������tor gnrdenerR,  ThuHu traluod obaervcrn ngreo that,  ivy haR*no tendency to make the  wnllH dump. They maintain, In fact,  that tho clinging tendrlta or the  plant extract and abnorb any oximtlng  molfltuve, and Mint the thick leavoa  protect tho wnllfi from the action of  the weather. Furthermore, they llnd  no evidence Mint M^ Ivy rootm effect  tho foundntlonn of ntonn ntvueturoH.  Would Bo Very Rich.  A poor follow, having with dlfllcnlty  procured an. audience with the llrst  Duke or Newcastle, told his grace ho  came only to ubIc him for something  towarda hia mipport, and, aa they  were of the aame family, being both  (loBcundod from Adam, hoped he  would not bo rofiiBed.  "Huroly not," Huld tho Duke, "mire-  ly not! Tliore'a a ponny for you, and,  If all the roHt of your relatives will  Klvo you as much, you'll be a richer  man than I am'"  i������  W^^BMM  ~Aiy^'  m  imi,  $m:  .imCjiUW.*  J<    4, ,'. *������4������|,  V/.  M.  U.  39.  I droie.ed an egg.    Wluil  am T In d'������V"  WIIpo   of   Slave   T'-.idorc   Nullified   By |      "|),������,rt   eaclde"  replied   the  nuilter-  Wntcbfulneim ol  Drltlub Au������nt������       ,of-fact, .lohii. 'rit-nitii.  la THE 0  Wife: "John, Hhow mo that letters"  HuHband:   "What letterV"  Wife: "That one in your hand. It,'u  from a woman, I can boo by tho writing, and you turned pnln when you  hhw It."  Ilubbund: "Yes, <<ulto right, It'a  your rtreHHmnkor'n bill."���������Merry and  Urlght.  RuoBla's Wealth In Her Churchoa  Ht��������� PeterHburg, iir well na Moticow,  bna anino eatbedrnla which are mnr-  vela of eeeleHbiHtleal nrohHoctnro, Bt  iHiuui'a Calbodral, for Inntnnee, hi the  centre of the city, cohI. 21,(100,000 nib-  lea, or V-J.bOO.oiwi.  t-icoroH and neuron of immomio limr-  ii Iflmr'a rauaiin.    II In i-uild thai. In the  golden donioH of St. Ihiuki'h and    tlio  IJ444V1.4 441444444 ,444. . . * 4 4 *��������� 4444>< %W 44.4.  lelu'S4' Mini would defend hnv frnui  tier eneinlen for many n mouth If ahe  anoiild need tho gold.���������Chiiatlnn Hor*  aid.  By  Lyciia  E. Pltikham^  Vegetable Compound  Baltimore, Md.���������"I send you hcre-  with the picture of my iirteen year old  Iduughter Alice, who-  wan I'eBtorod to  health by Lydia E.  rinkluvm'H yegetft*  blu Compound. Bho  wu. vpnle, with dark  ciiwoa under her  eyes, weak and irritable. Two different  doct*ioi'������ treated her  ana callod lt Green  RiokooBH,  but nlar  grow worne all the  ______________��������� time, ,Ly<Ua li.l^lnk-  hitm'H Vogetablo' Compound waa recommended, and after taking three bot-  MohhIio haa regained luii- Kealtb, thanks  [ to your medicine. X can leuomuiciid it  for all female troubles."---.Mrs. L. A.  OortKHAN, lioa RutU-nd Street, Baltimore, Md.  Hundreds of such lottarn from mothers ������xprefwlng tholr gratitude for what  Lydia 15. Piiucham'B Vegotablo Oom-  liouiHi luiN accompliaheil i'or thorn have  been received by the Lydia, V,. Plnlcham  Modlclno Company, Lynn, Mann,  Ttt-;:ssr O'.rlr, !J.ced This A������,vlC(S.  bio plIlni'H adorn  Ita four eiiual hIiIoh, I     (llrln who are troubled with painful  while never.������i ot  ii\,- beaniiini    giocu I or Irregular periods, Uidtache, head-  inaiaelilte eoiuuiua  witliin aro  worth ' ache, drag������injr-(lown houhhUoiim, falnt-  lnur HpellH or iiullgentloii, ahould take  imrneaiatn aciiun aim oo joumuou io  1 able Compoiind. 'J'hoiiHands iiavo been  restored to nealt.ii by iih umw.  Wrltfl to Mr������. l'tnlclkuni, Xiyiuv  Maw��������������� for ml vice, Cro������t.  I Hjl  h'4  IM, lliMil4.K4Miimilliillll.MI.il ll I  mmmmmmmmmmmmmimm  44,.44<44444U^44������-.,444444IU4444l4l,4444i4Ujll ,1,11,1,1  mmmmmmmmmmmmm  rnxmrnmrnrntrmm  ^NKiiHraDnBW unst  ������ .p*4   f  w -  - ������--^������*is. **^-i  .*ia-wJ."������^>j.  /    .* ,  i���������\-.-/J -ts    Ci  f TV,*" W-*   <*���������  1 J>  ������������*5fe������ ^-4 ������������������   r-^SK-^^lr^"ST*  -4 4. .  ���������win l< iyin'to  No Wonder She C*    ; -������d  Two of the tjfiWersit? of Pennsylvania runners passed a learned'   and  occupied professor showing a   young  lady through ihe "gardens."  ^S.B.O.S8Y ^ftlNd'lN^GfcUed.  ' '4-''II.  Psychical Research .Its' Set? Object���������  Camping Ground For Sv3edi~.:m&������  Up several flights of stairs in Ke  lt's dreadfully cold���������isn't it?���������to be ! sent street there is one of the waird  without stockings."  The   profes.sor*s mind turned for   a  ���������cicment from contemplation   of   the  fourth dimension  "Then why did you leave them off?"  he asked.  m^mwmr^mmn  A Desirable Pew.  A  paper in    the   neighborhood of  Johnstown advertises a church pew  for sale, "eossmssding    s    beautiful  \lew  of nearly the whole congrega-  Bfir. J. E. Aran&uEt, ft Justice of  Ihe Peace, aim gt������tivu tr.zzizi st  WelMngtea, oa the Prince Edward  Mknd Railway, nays:  "Four years ago t slipped in the  station and tell on * freight truck,  ������usta!s!as - bad cut en the front cf  gmy    lmmm M T    thOU&ht    th!*    ������6UM    06*1;  but Instead of doing so -it developed  into a^ bad ulcer, and later into a form  of eczema which spread very rapidly  -������ad also starsea on ihe other les,  Both legs became so swollen and sore  that I could only go about my work  *y having them bandaged. My doctor  said I must stop work .and lay up.  ".After six months oi this trouble  J consulted another doctor, but with  so better result. I tried all the salves,  llnimeats and lotions I h������%f������ oi, but  instead of getting better I got worse.  "Tnis was my condition whea I got  ^F -Irst bos of Z-un-Sui.. Greatly to  .������ny delight that Sfst bos gave sas relief. 1 continued to apply it to the  5B0?������3, and day by day they got better.  J could see that at last I had got hold  *&t *on������ethiug which would cure me*  ������nd ln the end it did. __  *��������� ������t is new over a vsar since Zsssr  "Snls wurkea ������ cur$ in my csss, &ad  Loving Wife: "Now that you are  ruined, Henry, I will disclose my secret. Por years I have been saving up,  and now"���������pouring n shower of silver coins into his hat���������"this may tiae  you over."  Husband: "Oh, my darling, how did  you manage to do it?"  Wife: "Easily enough- Every time  you said an unkind thing to me I put  a shilling into a box."  Minard's  Cyi*s2   Oandru"-  ���������4l.lMl4lU.444,  4 WW4,g,,4-44'4   m  ^Va������444i  isfis  b������(*n  so   return   of   tho  ������czem&4r  -Such is the nature'-of the great cures  ���������^rhich Zam-Buk is daily eflectisg;  Purely���������*; herbal in composition, this  Threat balm, is a sure cure for all skla  .diseases, cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, blood-poisoning, varicose   gores,   piles-  scalp ; sores,  ring-  had always tried to be accommodating  to her neighbors: but eveh her obliging spirit had to refuse a request from  r. neighbor who sent by her little boy  the following message:  "Please, ma'am, mother sent me over  ��������� .**     am*     t#    1     ,������ww.-1.**     f������$t*     st  pounds of lard off you."  *������/>4.������ rttlc*  a*  Value of Ashes in the Garden  The true worth of coai ashes, says a  writer on gardening, does not seem  to be realized even by professional  gardeners. The saving of the lives ot  many precious plants can be effected  by the placing bf a few handfuls of  ashes in and around their crowns.  They will be savod from two possible  evils by so doing���������from retting away  and from being eaten by slugs. Ashes  are invaluable for. keeping expensive  delphiniums, choice oldA carnation  plants, phloxes/ crinums, lupins, hollyhocks and outdoor fuchsias.   A  A Prize Puzzle  ,     'That  man  has been   making that  ���������*orm,inflated patches, cuts, burns ana | same  tariff  snear.h  for  vears.  and   I  ���������bruises. All druggists and stores sell  .*t .50c. bos, or post free" from .Zam-Buk  Xo.s Epon receipt of price.  Two'Different Species.  "Say. Grandpa, what is a book-  -worm?". A.? A'-Ay. :-yT'.. \  Grandpa���������-A . bookworm, my son, is  -either -.a' person    who    would rather  read a booi: than ear,'or['.a worm that  -would rather" eat a book than r������arf:  affe.  '.y..pn'A.iKe;Traij'.y.-  iLottaf' " "a av a;"-.:   *'*��������� yy- y', -  "Well���������partly." ��������� Pliegende Blaet-  Ail Fsiry Tslesi  Willie: "IVfa, do fairy tales always  %eg!n with 'Once upon a time'?"  Ma fas she hears her hubby's step  outside): "No. dear; sometimes they  begin with 'My dear, ! was detained  at the office!"'  Of Course They Are.  A girl is known by the company  she keeps, and .incidentally most girls  *re keeping company. ������������������',-;.���������:      ���������  In Prance the cheapest due? costs  ���������$50, while it may cost anything up to  7250; and if a combatant is Killed ms  ���������adversary and seconds aro liable to  .penal servitude. *  don't understand it yet." ?    A-  "Certainly not," replied Senator  Sorghum; "that speech is like a conundrum. After you guess it, it's no  good   any   more."���������Washington   Star.  Relief for Suffering Everywhere;������������������  He whose life is made miserable by  the suffering that comes from indigestion and has; not tried Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills does not know how  easily this formidable foe can be dealt  with. These pills will relieve where  others fail. They are the. result of  long and patient study and are .confidently put forward as?a"sure corrector of disorders of the digestive  organs,, from which so; niany suSer.  est clubs in London���������the Inierna-  tional Club for Psychical Research. 1.  has ao concern with saerely earthly.  things. Its members are pledged to  the higher thought, the thought that  lifts you off the earth, and makes you  see visions, dream wonderful dreams,  talk with the spirits of the beyond,  and walk absent-mindedly into motor-  buses.  Although the club hds only been  founded a few months, it has already  over 500 members. Every possible  "ist" is represented. There are theo-  sophists, spiritists, phrenologists,  psychologists, spiritualists, mesmerists, and so on. Nearly every coun-  try^Is represented, and there are a  IlUiiibei of ..distinguished &.ud titled  members.  Tjiij world that ii so ^ressiiEg a  reality in Regent street is looked upon as a fantistic shadow, an intangible thing of no account, and the theo-  scphists, spiritists, and aii the others  dud the real world in two dark and  etieepy cellars, whei-e strange shapes  flit to and fro. where fhairs and tables  walk us 1" aliv^ ������n/i sounds p-row out  of the darkness. There do the mem-  bprB of tne club hold seances, and listen in tlie darkness to mysterious  voices.  It is th������ only club in existence that  sets apart its cellars for so other-  wordly a purpose. It is, indeed, the  only club given up to psychical matters. There are numbers of psyychl-  cal societies, but there is no other  place wheie a theoscphist can drop  in for a chat with a hypnotist, where  a upiritisi can compare notes with a  psychologist, or where a phrenologist  can run the risk of lunching with a  mesmerist. Tht. ambibtion of the  club is to "bring together into one  nucleus the various units of progressive and evperimental thought, which  to-day constitute the psychical, spiritistic and' spiritual' interests of socie-  *y " ���������-.:���������������������������������������������..".A:.."-.':������������������ ':���������-;������������������������������������'���������  Luckily for those    members    who  wish   occasionally   to   return  to ; the  vulgar world these is a very comfortable series of rooms designed on ? the  iplah of an ordinary club. A    Ay  There are reception rooms, 'dining  and drawing-rooms, library, writing  and smoking-rooms. The rooms; are  all luxuriously furnished, and it is  clear that the disciples of higher  thought have no objection to comfort.  The cook is capable of bringing a  smile to the face of the extremist  vegetarian. 2'"y .-  The organizer, George G. Knowles.  arranges lectures nearly every? day,  Usually the lecturers are members of  the eluband the subjects are always  very psychic. Sunday evening meetings are held at the Ritz, but most  of the serious' work is done in A the  cellars. Needless to say, W. T. S^ead  is one of the principal members?  ���������A? Propriety yyy 2?  are    tho' X proper  calling  "What  cards?"  "Thr?������s or upwards.areyconsidered  very   good."������������������i-.ouisviue  Courier-Jour-  .nal.  Minard's Linirtient Cures Burn*, Etc.  MAli? I rail f������air  -&      - AAAta A1VVa������IU������r.;  PERFECXION  &^i  rtijiT^  sre the great favorites ior every aay use.  They are made in the big sanitary factory in-  Winninesr and coxne to vou Sa air-tight packages or  fn sealed tins as you prefer.  DO  <ri  , t  '2Mk  Passing it Along.  Jonathan Biggs was the owner of a  valuable setter. His wife ran to him  oue day and cried"  "Oh, Jonathan, the setter has gone  mad. He's snarling and moaning, and  whpnevtr he's f es water he siifiens  up and foam.t. at the month."  "Quick, then," said ola Jonathan  Biggs hurriedly���������"quick, then wife.  take bim into town before he bites  anybodv, and���������"  "Y*s?" said Mrs   Biggs.    "Y������s*"  "Aud sell him?" hissos Jonathan.  ���������.ji^nTrr  Wh������4l^ffiiil4..ill  Not Too Fast.  "A verdict of $10,000 isn't so bad."  declared the junior partner. "How  much shall we give our'client?"  "Oh, give him $50, say," replied the  senior partner.   "But bold!"  "Well."  "Don't be too hasty. Promise to  give him $50,"���������-Washington Herald.  SOOTHING  MIXTURES  DANGEROUS  TO  CHILDREN  Weekly  and    Fron������  tiftiltnas    to  Liverpool. - .  Prepaid Passages  GREAT   BRITAIN,   IRELAND.  fiCANDlNAVIA,  CONTINENTAL   POINTS.  To  All Railway Station*  Manitoba,  Albert*,  Saskatchewan-  British Columbia.  At lowest rttoa.   For reservation*,  tickets, detail*, ao* local a&euta ot  write       .-  J. 8. Cclder, Qen'l Agent, Wlnnlpfa  Well, WeU!  ���������~u,"   ���������., .";::,:..;i,.,:rr..',::::.'-J,���������j;.ji.:.i.iii"jji"ii xj:i  THIS I. a HOME DYI  lh* ANYONE  uao  ��������� ^u"J All *h jso  txrreRENTif.HD$  of ttoadr)  I used  IWlatll  pOYE^Alt KINDS*  1   *M"-4-"i������a**a*"W-"  J-*    G& m U.     4M^     ������������������444,444,, .ma    m.     .*��������� ~      4* H w w        H  (������������������.un,, tmt. * mm ������������������......:' mtmm ������V mtmm. m  f*r>eh.*r:ofu4ti>mHt.,Wmt\Hnr\mm4*..>*..rr������������.Jt.W  I .mm !������������������������ ���������<������vaitai. All (.-ttlor* trout your OrusaUi or!  ������Ml*r.  VHRtl Color ti.rH ma IitWhV ini "oJflit utl  mummmm i >i ���������  n m mmii^mmmmmmmmimmmmmt  Mixtures sold* under the name  "soothing" are usually dangerous to  the life of the little ones whom they  are supposed to help, rimy contain  opiates and narcotic? ami any sh.ep  prompted through their use is false  sleep���������to be plainer the little one Is  drugged into insensibility. The only  absolutely guaranteed remedy for little ones���������the only renrmdy bacl'.cd by  the guarantee of a government analyst to contain no oplntos, narcotics  or other harmful drugs is Baby's Own  Tablets. Thoy '..annot possibly do  harm���������they nlways do good. Thousands of mothers have learned thoir  value. They help not only the newborn habo but also the growing child.  Stomach and howel troubles; worms;  colds; slmplo fevors are all banished  hy them and thoy promote that refreshing sleep so helpful to llttlo ones  Tho tablets are soi������������ ov medicine dealers or hy mail at 25 cents a  box from Tho Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brcckvllle, Ont.  mm\i\..i\\m\ !��������������������������� ii"*,il ���������'������������������>MPMiW1  Decided Objections,  A rural clergyman missed ono of his  parishioners several successive Sun-  day* from his place ln church, and  when ho mot the absentee ono day  he said:  "Woll, William, I haven't seen you  r.t rtl.ure.li for ������ome time."  '   "No, sir; I have reasons for stayln*  awn'."  "Oh, you havo! And what may  your reasons be? I should like to explain them away, If possible."  "Wee), sir. I doubt yo'll no' manugo  that, Thoy aro a' vory decided objections. The first Is that I don't  believe in bcln* whaur ono does a' tho  Hpeakin'; the second is that I dinna  oodovu in uuo uutcklo ulntilu' uu w������  got in your kirk; tho third, and last,  and malst Important roason o* a' is  that it wis In your kirk that I got ma  wlfoJ"  w. w. u. uaa.  Powdered milk will form part of  the food supply of an Australian Antarctic expedition.  If a now hammer handle be rubbed  well v.'ith p. thin p.".!?t'������ nm^le of p������f.w-  ter of parts and Unseed oil it will  glvn It a good grip and bo non-absorbent of moisture or grease,  it !H   nrnnnunA  in  tin til   llui THlNI  Mill.  nvirl thutt nrovldo IrrlKftJIon for 500,000  acres.  !FTi?B Thvim cm 1WII���������?  ���������'������������������>   ..??   -   ��������� -     ;   Bridgeville, AN.S.  "For twenty years, I have been  troubled with Kidney and Bladder  Trouble, and have been treated by  mauy doctors but found little relief.  I had given up all hope of getting  cured when I tried Gin Pills. Now,  I ca,n say with a happy heart, that I  am cured after using four boxes of  GIN PILLS."  DANIEL P. FRASER.  Just think of it! Four boxes of  Gin Pills cured Mr. Fraser���������and he  had suffered for twenty years and he  had been treated by doctors, too.' It  is just such cases as his, which prove  tho power of Gin Pills to cure Kidney  and Bladder Trouble, Burning Urine,  Suppression or Incontinence of the  Urine, Backache, Rheumatism, Sciatica and Lumbago. Try Gin Pills on  our positive guarantee of a cure or  your money back. 50c. a box, 6 for  $2.60. Sample free if you write National Drug & .Chemical Co. of Canada; Limited, Dept. N.U. Toronto.  ���������i~���������! ��������� n gii ��������� j -   ii'i   r  him ��������� ii"imrwi  FTound In a Crocodile's Mead  On one occasion some' archaeologists, searchiug In Egypt for ancient  records were regarded with a line  collection of mummiflpd crocodiles.  One crocodile's head was stuffod with  valuable records,'such as the earliest  l.nown marriage contract In Greek  of aoout 310 B.C., which threw a  lurid sidelight on certain social conditions of that time.  Another discovery consisted of a  small fragment of the Hist chaptor of  St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans,  written ln a rough and crude hand  nnd belonging to the third Century.  Portions of the New Testament, written in smRll ' and convenient form,  were also found���������tho poekot Bibles of  those days. Fragments ot the New  Tostttroent had also been found writ-  on bits of clay and pottory.  Praise this Asthma Remedy. A  grateful user of Dr. J., D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy finds it the only remedy that will give relief, though for  thirteen years he had sought other  help. Years of needless suffering  may : e prevented hy using this wonderful remedy at the first warning  of trouble. Its use *8 ssimple.' its cost  is slight and it can be purchased almost anywhere.  '������������������������������������">&.ii..  ���������������������������.vsS'-wJ  mm  Always a Republic  "Why do you consider a republic  the only permanent form of government" asked one Chinese citizen.  "Because," replied the other. "It's  the only form that permits you to  change all its leaders an'd all the governmental institutions without changing Its name."���������-Washington Star.  Marlon Bridge. C. B., May 30, '02.  I have handled MINARD'S LINIMENT during the past year. It is  always the first Liniment asked for  here, and unquestionably the best seller of all the different kinds of Liniment I handle.  NEIL  FERGUSON.  The Voice of Experience.  Young Wife���������-Do you think it is  justifiable for a wife to take money  from her husband's pockets?  Older Wife���������It isn't a case of Justification at all; It Is a question of  finding any to take."  our jlow rnce  is   the   result   of   selling  direct to the farmers in'  large  quantities,   and ~ for  cash.    Th* Eaton Engine  costs the  farmer less, "out  it is gua^nf^ed to do hi;$ work as well as any engine  of equal .rated, horse-power.    We invite farmers to  try our eHgino, and prove this entirely at our risk.  ������\     '.\  We Sell l|i|| Engine complete with Hmo Jack, and  16 feet of\ iseltino-> for  Fiftv Dollars.NShtef &5������&2**  4*4- * . ������ ��������� 44 .\  This-little .Engine will run a Purip<������o pefirGtion. and will a'so handle a  Cream Separator and do other light work ajtoundwe farm.    We have other Engines of tne same make up to 12 H  P.     Evfery Engine is guaranteed to develop1  its full r3*ed-po������?r.   We have sold a great mmv of Utese Eirsines everv one on a  " Money Back '  Guarantee.       We give U m\������n thirty days'in which to try the  Engine right.on hit own farm.    We tell hJm that if thtNEngirfcis got .sAtiStftC-Oty  every way, all he has to" do is return it. and wfc will g������ve him    p  back his money, .and alt the freight he had .pAd-   Wj������ also,  guarantee ��������� to  replaces free of chars*" ������ny , paf^ whicli-,  breaks because of imperfect material or construction.^  regardless of how long the Engine ha* been in use.  Hundreds of,men have taken v������is  ���������a*   Aiis*   wr.rA   an<)   nave  ordered   an  EATAN  at   OWr   Word    Engine.     They   have   found \t  simple,   reliable,  and  easy  to  start     Many  cf then  have written us to say how pleased they are.    Nearly alL  of them mention how little it couts for   Gasoline to nmi  the Engine.  Write us for further information about' our Engines.  We also sell Pumps, Cream Separators, and many lines  of Farm Implements.. All.of these are shown m our  new Spring Catalogue. If you have not received a copy  of this catalogue, write us and we. will send one by retur  pail, free of charge.  mm  mi  KfriA^l  Nfe-X  S&S-.  A!Pt55?1  ^TVCAToisresii  Mtm,Nlt������tq       ���������   |���������       ,  OMA^IJIKM  ;T,:y:Ty*  $3m  PtUES CURED IN 6 TO 1. DAYS  You������* dtufftflst will refund money If PAZO  OlNTMKIvr   falls   to   ouro any case of  Itching.    Blind, Blooding   or    Protrudlnp;  Piles ln 0 to 14  days.    ISOe.  The Princess Mary of England has  some talent in motioMnR In clay, and  is tukliig luuHontf from u iirotomulonul  tn order to become a sculptor. Sho  KOt hor Inspiration from tho Princess  Louise, Duchoss of Arcylo, who gave  hor the first lesson. Llttlo Prlncoss  Mary Is said to bo particular about  hor studio dross and loolcs nu'to pretty In hor long apron that entirely  covers hor'drcvBB.  ThBt'w Wofnrt.  Mrs, Orameroy: "It's awful to  havo a Jealous husband 1"  Mrs. Park: "But It's worse, dear, to  havo ono who Isn't Jealous."  Tea was cultivated in China two  thousand seven hundred years bo-  fore the Christian era.  A now and shorter alphabet, can-  fninirtrf oiilv Haven ti-nn e.lin.racferH  has heen invented ' Professor Newton Scott, of Mlchlb.ui (U.BA.) University.  At the, (Jrlnhlcwooa Home of llest  for Horsos the dinner-boll Ih regularly rung by oue ot too uorueu.  The Old Beau.  "Crabbed uge and youth cannot live  togethr," said Senator Davis, apropos  of an unhappy divorce suit in Llttlo  Rock. "Whenever I hear of an old  man marrying a yountf girl, 1 think  ot the .Cupid story.  " 'Cupid l" Indignantly cried nn old  mlllionairo. 'Cupid would be power*  loss lntforo such an iceberg aB you,  miss. Why a score of Cupids urm������.d  with a hundred arrows each, equld  And no vulnerable spot uiuni your  hourt of stone!"  "The young and beautiful girl who  nad refused to wed him totitiad her  head and sho replied:  " 'No, thoy couldn't���������If they used aii  old beau to shoot with-' "~-LippIn-  cott'o Magazine.  Now that tho first robin has boon  vouched for by several mare or less  truthful persons, it adorns almost time  for tho lirst home-grown strawberry.  Economy  in  little thiuf* i* just   tt.  importaat. as economy in big thiagt  EDDY'S   RflATGHES  will answer one of your "economy question3/ 60 year*  of constant betterment has brought them to such perfection that one Eddy Match does the work of several otH^ri  of inferior make.  ALWAYS   ASK  FOR   EDDY'S.  .'...fli  :w  M  mf  Literally *  MrB,  FJatt���������What  did  you  say  to  tho Janitor, dear?  Mr.  PJatt���������r    told    film    ho could  make somo warm friends if lie would  only turn on  a little    heat.���������Boston  Transcript,  fi  Moan Suggestion.  lie���������Miss Dolio hua Biich a high  color.  Sho���������Woll you know, Its prico has  gone up with everything else.  Great Britain year hy year Imports  much loss llvo stock, but more andlorcnd  wan  ttrat  bostowd  nsore chllleri boef, 'Ihiglish clergy.  It was ln 1050 that the title of ltov  upon  t^.o  "Ah, kind friend," said tho moral-  l������t, "It Is deeds not words, tbat  count."  ���������'Oli, I don't know," repllod tho  woman.    "Pld you over    sond a tol-  A. London motor omnibus carna on  the average 'l'l contH pav mile.  in Oreat lirnain ana iroinna there  uit>   over     nino..)      luumwmuu     I'ultl^.  '4 .-4. I 4 1 ��������� 4. ,������  f ho estimated wealth ot the Unit*  od 8tattw������ If $126,000,000,000  Economy.  "Now, remember, lkey, that vob a  Boot, glass eye you've gol,. Alwayu  take It out and put it In your pocket  wh������n  yo������, nlti't  looking ftt. nnddliiKH."  Yeast���������Your nose Is rod.   Yoti look,  as If you woro a hard drlnkor,     '  Crimsonbeak---That'0  my business..  "Woll, it looks as If you'd boon very  successful In business."���������Yonkera  Statosman.  In Cvnlral Allien,  ait  luxuries is  halt.  the greatest of  In Paris thoro tin 11 o-'jo the members ot which are uu <iuia inuiub.  During  1911    thirty-three    vessels  Wvre posted at Lloyd's kg misting.  On His Knees. '  Stern Parent: "Quito so, quite qol  Vou toll mc that you iuive proposed  to my daughter; but���������er���������you say no  thing about your position." 1  Norvoim Suitor:  "My position, girt  Oh���������or���������tho���������usual    one, I bollova������������������������  on my knoes, you know."  Probably.  "Jonos uud his wife iiavou'l u Uu|Lt>  In common," 1  "Oh, 1 ^^n'' ifwow, ������1imvV������ iwvitk.  fond of tho same hook." J  "Then I'll bet it's a pockothoolc")  mmmmm0M0i^*m**mm*mmmimm.������**<'i<M*'*#*<*<' vl*i<ilimm^mm*mmmmmmm.mm+'i.\ii'><i   ������������������'   """-  ��������� -~~Sirfr*  ���������M  iimmmmmmfmm  W*Wmm\\Wt*\WKKN^  ttfc*  mMHmwmmmHmm.  H-MMI.������llll|llilllMl������i-ll--������lM*l|lii  4j4MaMHH|ri|aMaa  iimliiii������niriiii4i4i44j4ii.iiiiili������M,i������iiii������M;Ma44a4L-4������K������asaj;  jmummmm  BMM  *U.i&tt.i.������,������i\.&i.A!:Viiii.,iii<.ii-������um.ivt< urtUjiiHiiit yy'  ��������� S >'.���������  m  tM"'  if-"  im '��������� ������������������  I-my -���������  IP  tiJU.-.  If  ii  II'  m'  m  &���������������������������  Wit  m  W  THE   CftE&TONB' t&EVlfeW,   GttBftTtitf/  B. 0/  ���������*.-..  .     ���������*->/"������ r������ t-\ . i.yr, .t*/"\tj      r~* A T������  j. ne    rur.u-   jyivtv/xv    v.-*.**.  Company sold Forty-eight more f  Cars in   Spokane from   Jan.   i,  1912, to March*!. 1912  than all  the other companies put togeth-  LOOAL NEWS  Thero will he s conffrefjaiion testis g  of the Presbyterian church after the  evening service Sunday to decide on she  j*. j question of a successor to Rev* Earkis-  sian who is going to Rossland Apnl 1.  All the managers, members and adherents of the ehurch are requested to be  present us the matter of wh< t basis the  p arto.nte call is to hi made will ba do  cided.  33HH:  u������������������ 'armmt't.   ^m  grmmmm   maammmnsssmmo   mjr Vina       m   mmm.mm     rm&m m *mmr mmtvm    srt\  CX  Foi  tc iu. Creston  ffmmmm   moammmns=sm^ff   jj mmmmm       m   mmmntm     nnrawamr    flrjs  fat* Spring &@������ 'our Une ������f0���������&en S���������di ''  Bs&8������* ibssti&ss ������sid ������xf������n*eis in T&n? ?  Patent assd \������������i Omif*  K3I  [ft      jW ' jhU  mi. MfViJS/ilffT   (i*S^ft- ������  via ifiiwa jnrncr  ff^J  T/if H" KOOTENAY GARAGE Oi  R. S. BEVAN, MANAGER  ORESTON BRANOH  IIIMUJUIBBLU1!!  15 Acre Fruit Ranch FO  .,*%  5 acres planted to trees.    10   acres   ready for   the g  I plow.    Frame house and out-buiidings,weii fenced.   Two *3  miles east of Creston 011 Canyon road*  A        For terins aad particulars apply io: ���������  1   ' ���������������������������������������������������������������_��������� ���������        _ _ _ _ __     ~   1 W. V. Jackson.      Mountain   View Ranch  Phone 9l I  b*J-  4|^^^V4%4^4^4'4'<4WW^I4^^-^MV������WV������^  a   eras  Hl&O   Ill05iy  ������  SBSEB  3   ������4?W..B  ' ������<><llaAM44>4<44       am.^ ���������-jr.A.SVI  jnjftjn   KOOiB  ������vs-s.������?-  Cigars and Ci  & IUI Ul    V^UIU.   OiitUS  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and Set  I  By mistake it was said last weete thn!  0. H. Wynn had sold the west end ol  his track oa the Erictspa road. Mr.  Wynn has.disposad ol tho,;E .stern en-A  of his property.  hospital Thursday.  Mrs. A. Cameron is on the sick list.  ���������We have posit'ou for a good mas  vV>tu n xnt? euuCatlC'U   WjSO   uiiii   iUviiiSi  rejerence we will give steady employment and pay a straight salary t-Q the  right party, people using intoxicationi  liquors save your stamps. See our bH  4\d in this paper today, National Ligb  Co , Baraga, Hioii.  MADAM LAVAL'S  OsttsR Root Compotint! Tablets.  A R^y.IASlJa BSC-EMTOB  These Pills are compounded -with the gre^tts  eve from the most reliable remedies dnown t  \uicnce; such as are beiasr used with much succes,  ?.,y the most celebrated physicians known.  Thej are a specific for the distressing disorder-  to which the female constitution is iiabie.  Price $2 a box. Ho. 8 (much stronger), $3 :  hox. Sold at all drug stores, or by mail from Tfa<  <^������������#5X?:rag Co., St. CstlisriaeB* Oat.  ���������FOR S A LE���������Olioice 10 acres ot  fruit lund, mile and half north of tp������a.  Good two-story resideuce; Watar ca  land: uearly all ln.ud slashed, halj acre  clewed and planted. Apply to owner,  H. C. C?ohrke, Creston, so-fcf  The office f nrnifcavfi tnv B. S. Bevan'a  now suruire arrived Wo<.rioaa������ir A������amn>>  big white letters ou the roof of the new  buildiup now aunonuce to the public  liiat OreBtou is an automobile town.  ���������Special prices men's   heavy  shoes  3. A. Speers,  The sheriff's Bale of the holdings of  the International Lumber and Mercan-  &i!s4 ^OMSnAu^.  X^t������-.  ^Vllioil V.o^ Yuan    c.ff?4  v drti56ii fo* Monday at Hclscu has been  poatpoaed indefinitely.  m  m  gtf<  fit*  &g������g&^i  4.S  B  m  IS*2 Bffiffi  B3 . .      S3 ess:  %  Mb  m+m  vS* <47.--.4A.  rx\Z3  (fSLW ��������� f&jy  '  new company with which he has hecome test which has been a feature  of tnas  identiaed. inagaziue for some months past.  ���������See the new stock of Peterson pipes,  and stems at tho Liqnor store.  ���������Gents clothes cleaned, pressed and  dp-aired.   Miss H. M.; French.        18 4t  I  iiuiiulu ion   unix  Fred Hurry had an attack of cramps  irist- Saturday which nearly resulted in  His death. While working on his ranch  Friday he got his feet wet a couple  .irnes and the cramps were the result,  de was around town the middle of the  ���������veek,  According to tee Farm and Ranch  Review of Oalgary, John Biinco and A.  E. Motion of Oreston have won $5 prizes offered in the grain counting con-  ���������Call and examine onr lines of Osmp  bells, Ready Made Clothing before bu?-  .nc vorir So'^Dff fin.h   ft    A    Siipom  Miss Hattie French haa been coafined  to the house for nearly a week with a  *4  ?ligh't attack ot pneumonia.  urseries  XT ���������:_���������-- .... t ������������������ ��������� T>     *"*  remon,   u. o������  '.���������/���������\1-Y1  j,���������,.i ATTCTi Ci  i   |/-\i i   is L  UVAW  _4__.T    : ������    _       =       w _ ._     - -     - - .-       ��������� 1 _ "     ^  L-/5   i sun  tmmJGmiiim&mmi  PROFESSIONALS  -4 _ _ _ ��������� ��������� t       .      | [m. I,, ��������� ,    -.    ...,.���������       , ' ��������� I I ���������      .  t  DENIISTRY;  ���������;    H. E. HALLD. V. $.''  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  ORANBROOK,  B. C.  GUY  IXTvVENBERG  OONflDLTma  Enqinebb  CRESTON  CHAS. MOORE, CE.  8 C. Land Surveyor .and Architect  ���������Plans and Speoilioations  :reston -    .-     - B.c.  ���������FOk, SALffi���������Large Heater, cheap; J  ���������- : ���������______ | lestSj  blankets (English),  towels,  pil-.  Your choice out of 38 head weigbin, j ^,Xn&XtMohe*i>.   Apply Miss Dor-  fcho-  29,3  ��������� nf,n ���������������iv*^j>xx.-.A  IT THE!  EIMTALS  > hy Davis, Adlard's -house near Catho-  Canyon City Lumber Co., Ltd. [ 3aC cburah.  "���������m***^^**^^*****^***1  :keston realty  and INSURANCE CO.  fruit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & v,o.  Real Estate and Insurance.  CRESTON  B.C.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C  JAS- H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  ���������OeV*'*  Before Letting  Cbe Contract.  For tho building of your New  House, Store, Office, Workshop  or other building, write or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  .tepairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on AU Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  0������i> r** LmJ /i ������3 r"% i o nr c /  #x V-/ n jT\ tx LmJ b o /  CD /  le Fraser Valley Nurseries,M  m      ��������� ALDERQROVE,   B.O.  Haw Thk Fwkot  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  Including: Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  FORFULL    PARTICULARS  WitlTIC-~  nrciirAnn mhiomb.  viuiiwn.i itiuiiUK-U',  (Jk Nick-  J AH. COMPTON,  M i*  SYNOP8XS OF CANADIAN NOBTH-  WE8T  MINING REGULATIONS  COAlj~Cottl mining rights may be leasee  or twenty-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of 81 an acre. Not more than 2,660 ae  res can be leased to ono applicant. Royalty,  five cents per ton, In unaurveyed terrltor j  the tract must be staked out by the appll  cant in person, and personal application tn  the ARont or sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  lor the district must in all cases be made and  the rental for the first year must bo paid tithe agent within thirty days after ailng  application  QUARTZ���������A person eighteen yei.rH of age  and over, having m ade a discovery may locate a claim 1.500 foot by 1,500.     F������o, 8-5.   A  least 8100 must bo expended ou tho claim  etwili yoar or paid to the Mining Recorder  When 8600,0 has boon expended or paid and  other requirements compiled with, the olal ra  may be purclmsod at 81 an acre.  , PLACKn MINING CLAIMS are .500 feet  long and from 1.000 to -2,000 loot wide. Entry  fee 95. n ol U'nu limn 8100 must bo expended  In dovolqpemont worlc each year.  DREDGING.���������Two leases ot five miles each  ot a river may bo issued to ono applicant foi  n term oi ao years. Hontal. 810 a mllo per an-  ouiu. Royalty. 2% percent after tho output  xcoods8W,000.  W. W. CORY  Deputy Minister of the Interior  Miss .Iris Hickey is very ill with a  combination of whooping cough and  bronchitis and lost Monday the loca  doctors were'contemplating sending her  .o the hospital at Nelson. A slight  i nprovement was noticed the next day  and ehe is still at her homo in Canyon  Oity.  ���������POR SALE-Single set of Harness,  practically new; Catter; Gasoline lamp  (two lights), and morris chair. See  Rev.S. Sarkissian.  O.P. Wisler has rented the Qnaife  tanoh for tho yosir and Lb family will  live thero as soon as Mrs. Wisler return*  from tho East. Mr. Wisler left Tuesday for the Enst aud says he will spend  somo time there in the intorosts of   a  A !i   i-Ynv  frppo  PT'1*    HnttlP i4rriurn otin   C\13T-JiflVggn  f-X"'55B  to name.    We carry  all the leaciing  varieties  most  ���������������4*^ 1 **f3i*^        ������*%     4-44,44       W./4 4-.4K444  4i>  on three-yeiar-old whole roots.  ���������  For further particulars apply to our local Agent.  * J. Biinco, Box 29, Greston,  CNANBROOK - B.C.  Yhi*  Funeral Director  The Riverside Nurseries,    ,  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS  ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  AT HOWIE  The Riverside Nurseries arc the nearest nursery company toCrestdn and  have more trees planted in this district l������hnn any other company. The  trees are started under the same conditions that they will have to mature  in this Valley. They can be brought here from tlio nurseries at Grand  Porks in three clays by freight or one and one-half d������,y������ by expt-ens. All  trees guaranteed home grown.  75,000 Riverside trees are now growing in tho district.  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  1   ���������   "   ,''^���������^^^^^^������^^^^^^������������������M^M^"^���������M������^^^���������^������������*tM"^���������^"fcl*t*M^^lt^HfWy^.gl.lIftl^^ Mi1"* -.-��������������������������������������������� IIWllllll-i.-illlll������ I liW��������� MIIW  ISSow is the time to think of buy'  ing your shoes for the Spring.  I9S5HHM59BSBHS5H"  All tho Vory Latest Styles in Ladies' Hats, Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'  RlflADY-MADl.  ���������   WA1KTH  New Linos of Ladle.i and Ohild-  reiiH' Htohkings and Wearing  AppMrel Nultablo to tlie 8eanou,  CrUr i%������w CiOocis ior the ^oi*Eii������'  are arriving. We have already opened several cases of Mens, Womens  and childrens.  The new lasts and ahort vamps are the favoiices. $4.50 to $5.50. Ladies Ox"  fords and Pumps iu Patents, Gun, Metals and Tau Calf. Childrens and Misses  New Pumps m Tans aud Gun Metal.  We will be pleased to show them to you.  I  I  III Mrs.    n.  YOUINtlll  (Jreston  mercantile CoiiiuaiiVi Ltd.  ts  .|[.  ���������'i  ���������s  IB  sea  l-iix  i'vv . . ..  ,������ .tv'>\ ':..,',....'-.-..������ . ., ^>-W4i*v,.-���������..nfc������������4.M i*f.\* .;���������  ;  , ���������(4.W44.44,4U������������������44^4^  .4^,., , 44������44^,t^,.-" ���������44,4t.^4,4444^444������44W444M4)444444^4MiMtl4.44fe.444M4^������Mhill^M44MM^4^  Tff<ni(W.imiTMMBnBBtlitfW.^^  Miii:a)iil������mnnWiiiiliii)liiiiin  m  tiimitmmmmmmmimmm  mmm  tmmmmm^mmmmmtmmmmm  mmmmmmmummi mmm  B&'i

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