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Creston Review Feb 23, 1912

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OiSIRiuTiS  PHIS RESOLUTION TO  I     l ������ 3CHQFSELD  Aturti nnnnr>llU  BlltH UUUU QUil  ������1^.000 To Be Expended  ������        7 ���������  On Roads- Bridges  And Lowlands  HOT AT HIM  AAB-Vl       A ft a       AB.%fttm\r4m  OiiLaa illiUUI-LII  ilMHkKUJlWU  a u-*4-nas_-asB4<f-, a+tv areas' A fB1_"^  5! i si ������ ai-  _4    4.4444-  (Solicitors Examining In.  to Property Reg-  MASOMS    EriTEKT.-..8-  GUEJ  nrrr  fin _L s__i>_.*-~  4_9_uiaai-iA __Jt-  i^y i  i_>S,5"ci_iVH-  The Board of Trade at a special meet  ing last Tuesday evening further considered the matter of a subway under the  C. P. R. tracks and decided to carry the  question to some decision. The ooiamifc-  t$e appointed to meet with Local Super-  S^rjafceadeat. W..J,  Urea on the matter  made a toll report of the results of that  sattttjiae .and the -work of the cotnoii tee  i_������������K_s.&t forth a rote o������ thanks from the  Board.   A -rote ������si thanks was *1bq ex-  According to figures sent ont from  Victoria yesterday4 Ymii; district haB  been allotted ever $150,000 in tha Provincial esti soates for the construction of  roads, bridges and other improvements.  "jTiai* diblr ict is gcCOiiG in -������������ siSs Ot *ts  appropriation aud the list is as  folio*, s;  Oranbrook, $125,000; Fernie, $125,000;  Grand Porks, $80,000; Greenwood, $65-  000; Koslo, $90,000 ^.evelstoke, $110,000;  Ymir, ������140,000.  Just hosv much of the inoney in the  amount estimated by the ministers can  ! be vised in the reclamation survey is a  question at this time bat if it iu not  safci..esi-, Pjres-i^r MeBride has ������r_3-  ised that ft special grant will be made.  gy LUMBEBiNU  I.U.49U,IU  An aitomay had already beei- employed by the Bonsd in tbe subway xnaf  ttr������iiA_-m.V4^eA that tho go-ici-oare  ould go afcetui raaMag proper exaa-in-  a������4aag_- ownes-hip and incidental mat-  tettt, In order to get some recognition  torn. .U0get-i-_i--iest at the earliest pos-  Dancif-g And Whist Witt-  Supper  Round Out  _C?%r_a_m 3 ���������%*.(���������  -g  ���������_������   W   ��������������� >���������������>_ J___ f  -*  -        ���������       -_W������^  One of the smartest social function of  the _eason was the first annual At Home  given by the Creston Free Masons last  Wednesday evening in th������ lodge rooms  in Speers Hall. The hosts and their  guests included 76 persons and Certainly  no mote enjoyable function has found  ft plaea on tho list of events of the- psst  months.  The Eft-sons bad invited a nnmisr of  <3uy   Lowenb'erg   Brings  Ideas  SO^-W* 4-4  rwi ������.-8  t\vn 1 AivlonHc  fLM AiMd FOIL  iinftiroT ivir^iwn  ���������IlFi ,5--������5l.    1 A *H---4__-_g53������  OtHlW     B.I.I  ������_*  IHMWH   *\*  i:  ������ieir hrotho-s from neighboring oitdes to  Mt. and Mrs. Geo. Hunt of Kitchener  iT  arrived in Oreston, Wednesday to attend  the Masonic, celebration, ,  E. J. Miller of Kitchener was a caller  in Creston. a couple daya this -week.  MW   y-44P4^������44.V. 4-4. 4������   ..   0  4.4JI4- 44^*y. 1������mm:**f+$immm  IMscn-sing the question from the viewpoint of conditions as they are in this  Valley and -wit*, oat any attempt to enter iuto the scientific end of reclamation  Guy ���������Ljwenberglbas -written a communication to tlie Beview in which he makes  furthe. reply to the stand taken by T.  5_. E-dSHm-Bon in the lowlands movement, f .The Utter is as follows;  '.*,.���������       _     _.  T������ _&������ Sditor of Tjss urescos j^eview-  -.ir:���������i  ft-.  friends in Idah������ ' They1 have aa much'  1 at stake  as we have, yet they d& not  hesitate. , * ..,  Sasss ' Cossdstjons  Hl������ewliere  At the upber end of rhe valley east of  Bonners Fersy the water only stands for  a Bhort period in vhv yeai.   At Xisoais,  18 iniles east of Banners Ferry, at Troy  and Labby Montana, all on the wEoote-  ^517 River asd ������������ this valley where there  is no standing- water, there is plenty, of  precipitation and plenty of" first class  apples and other frm-s grown.   These j pres|^ent Qf Institute Ma*  places are all about the same altitude as j  the Oreston Benches.  I own more acres on the Benoh than I  ��������� ever anticipate cvuint? ot the fiats   and  X"shonld he tho last  to   advocate anything interfere with  the climatic and  growing conditions of onr valley which  have already made it famous, but I will  not believe that the removal of a small  quantity of flood water for & period of  six waoks from a comparatively   small  area of land, can or will aftecc conditions  of nature which are general throughout  a district in British Columbia and Idaho  embracing millions cf acres.,  I am Sir,  Guy Ijowentjerg,  fees Strong Address  To Ranchers  responded to the invitation.   H*_. ������*- ^* |to be i&4he-iUiid- ot ixuuay people _������ t-dsjj A  Roae was a charming hoite-aaw-d by }-������;'  kindly welcome sa&de all the quests feel  "at home" in fact as scon aa they enter-  *������   _������   _    V._-l������  eu **_.-. jtu-ti-w  BHIflible snomeni; & s?e_OtUnOu ������.������������_ t,.---���������^���������|  aslring James >H. Schofield, U.P.P. to-  "aee that an appropriation is made .in  tfeia year's estimates for the work and  the resolution was wired to3Sr,Sohoiieid  Wadneaday. The resolution is as follows;  Mr. asd Mrs. James G���������me-i^sn of Crao-  brook have been spending a few days in  Oreston at the home of his mother, Mrs  I T,   F. J   Eiingensmifch  went to Nelson  Monday.  -.-ante-Ma these is* a railroad ctoso-ug  -g-Qg^ t|is 0. -?. -B, By., connecting th������j.  Mr , CMbson and family are moving to  i.    .   - -i^-.-. ���������-������������.v.a rtf ������n,0 town oflHishBiver  ���������-Prices bh"heavy shoes" cut ;to rock  bottom.   3. A. Speers.  *^rHsya������Bihe Btwd crossing is on -"20  $K* cent. gtde&t_.-r*by mal_-o^ it dan-j  ������erou3 aB ������ *������������-%*--.? uscssins ������*d .jruBon-1  wenient for traific and  "Whereas tne daily trade o" toot  ���������lengeis and vehicles is now such.as to  .necessitate a mojre feasible and safer  .cro_-mg and - , '  Only   Remedy  _ IT. mV+.0%+"   .'TiOfl  G. W.  Brifgs, of Portland- Oregon  -pent the ^asiy part ef the wsefe  In the  Valley.  wives of the local Masons and everybody  had a good time from the moment they  arrived xint-i the dancers t regretfully  allowed the music to c-u&a late in. the  j, morning and weaded their way horns  ward. Mrs. Rose also officiated at ihe  piano during the dancing and with Arthur Fleming of Fort Bui playing ihe  violin the music was everything that  conld be desired  The masons introduced an innovation  in that they gtasfed^ both the daaoia.fr  Und tbe. ^Ms^^a^m^^mssvaik- -uxs-c  Che guests Tcotdd ptorfclcipaie -neither  it \,      \  or both"as i-hey  vriaii-d.4anu> twSiJS   wnn-  every effort made to  let everybody do]  as they aetsif 6u.  Supper At The Creston Hotel  time. *?tfelt-������- this Valley andlfiriHRPRT     AMD     WlMWS  -dike th-*_#bttt the Btcwine������haVdi for | UUiI������S_-S-i     ������-_������    .ws--=wB.  years >&&& j|ttnghte.ing 4he t-fi-t������r,'i  wnton n^w-Bcspr-M- ������u_-_������������������pu_t������--G5-"Sss.j|  coo_teB-Sttbaiath_3v^ey'������f--lKa^__to^ -  ic-port-^eih^Q.the removal of seve^M* *���������' - ���������      ���������  Beet of flaod water from the meadows. 4 Christ   Church Choir   Of*  HIGHLY APPBEOIATED  Wily 6fi,*tfill^,    ^O^   0v6i^    -uwuo-T rOi.   tw������.  acres in this valley pr__etve. oner acre sa  timber, to insure that evaporation and, %  condensation whioh is necessary. ITpxi.:  could cut-every stick of timber from ������he> |  face of this valley up to the mountain j  | tops add nO one would object,, no qnes-  tion wottM be raided as tp whether we-s  fers Good  mussc-  ai   Program  !  Undoubtedly'the most; delightful of  the pre-Xienten events in Creston was  the musical- and impromptu dance given by thevChrist church choir last Mon-  Pleas for absolute honesty on the part ; ���������  of the growers in packing their fruit for  market were made by  W.   __. Pease,    .  president ef the Farmers' Institute, in a  heart'to-hearb talk to the members present at a meeting last Friday evening.  Mr. Pease was brought to .make the ad-   ^  dr������j05 Ou the subject by scrse resses-ks  that had been made to him -while on his.  way to Victoria last month- . iGreatpn; /  has always had a good same &s -seWis^  fruit in boses, marked and showing jpst  gjonfjy <s?hafc they-ooa-'aio^- JiSt. Pease-^  made every effort to impress it npon tbe. -  ranchers that the Valley ������an only. ad--.  yanoeby maintaining its xeputatioa .as- ,.  !in honest one. '   ,. ,  -* *������E?erything th^t we send out Bhpoid^.,  he No 1 grade or it should be seconds offs  culls if it is not to the desired standard/^ ���������  he said. !'If w$: are going to make Ores- -  j,*   . -        '���������  COlIJlI-W- DIO ^UlUg  -V 4cnw,������4-ttwj������ 44-Ji^JSWSJsr"  tion we mnstput a No % syple ������a a 'Uo ������.  box and label it as Rn_h,   We ������ann_iv  dvance by palming off an inferior .grftde -  .of anything on the public.   We coiinct  afford to do so.   '  Boys Should-Sell QoodFr^   . . *.  (>*Fnrthermore  we  should encQtucage'  oi^[-S*-i0-4'M ev^ration^ftnd. conden)Ea--,i  "   Subway  Whereas tho lay of tho ground doe&  Xrt>t permit of,this being done and there*  ioro a euhwoy. nnd������r the track becomes  the only feeble method, and'  "Whereas there is reason to believe  that the Canadian Paciiic Bailway wil  not oppose this subway but will rather  facilitate it aud that there- will be n>  objection from the Railway Commission  inasmuoh as the preseul d-ossing in nut  as required b^ the.BnUwoy Act,.  Now Therefore wo request that cou-  tiugent pfOvicjiou ho made iu tho flHti-  mut.e_ foi* thitji'diaH'iot for tlio year i'oi  the conotrucUdiv of ������i������d suhyvf-y am.  ���������that a oopy.of jihis wire be; given to tbi  .Mlmster df^Pu^ Works; i; : ��������� -  y    Sigined, '"'.���������>.  2,^  Tbo C. 3?."' !3t."' t* tUl pnrpbses itttenrfs  to b������ 1-alou. with Creston in tho lliio ok  ������aiowlnR p-urtt of ita -iRht*of.way to bt  _ji_d loi BUbway pnrptwes.   Its bHlciali-  ���������lio intimate that th.ro Will be no hlu-  :.  d-suaee e_f������red by them in oajie a side  walk U built from the railroad pint!o������m  totheMiMan-Uoniora.   Tbl������ nldewnlk  wUl no d^i*bi li**y<i- U> L_ lcoat-3 ,^t ,tib?  end et iiha platform and not ������tart frou  tbe mi of tbe pretent path norow ihi  " ' thetraoki.   ���������.'..���������  -Prank Jackson now bos tho gins*  front in his hi ore on Wilon nvenui'  IPvank buUovon \<\ ..i|������niiig an u  >..'���������  front,, ".���������';,''     '.  ' Miss Olgu Wigen of Wynndel was in  Oranbrook the first of the week,  S. A. Speers is putting np a stable on  bis lots on Fifth Btreet.  ^.-rfisnld ba;h-oaght fOEWtird ������;.   aiitf  33W_<to4*nto.^._������--i-^^        osf"������ue of  ^ dance which lasted nntii the early  _>  W������������t������4l<MWT -* ��������������� V *~  *m\**Wml**>  J*  , The,concert features were oaered by  Billy- Burt in has been clearing his  ranoh for some tim<������ and will move up  on it this week, The Borton Hotel wi'l  he under the managevneut of W. H ���������  Johnson of Cranbrook beginning Mon-  dav. Mr. Johnson formerly had charge  of tho ioo rink in Oranbrook.  Instead of serving lunch in the ball.  tho supper was served in the dining  room of the Oreston Hotel. The dining  room conld not accommodate the en the  onrty at onoe so half went to supper  >*as served in the diuiug room conld not  .uooouimodate'the entire party at once  ������o half went to supper while therema,in-  <ie- of the gneBts seated them&elveB  around the tables.    -  the  finest continnon-t- areas  of _ertile>'.| . ���������   __       _     __  land in fehisPiSiTiuca. | ^,4 Callander, W. Mnrdook and W.  TWo   D-siisci   ?foSs^ts |j S  ,1 F. G. Dexter.  > -The   reclamation   of  the  Kootenay  penny and we shotdd help.th.em to *^o\ \.^  mr.     l-i*.fc -mt. srtrnnld fiee .tiiBt: t-38 * tm&Uk^-'' ^"' "'*-'  4V4.4 ���������.4���������^.       ���������    ��������� c _. ,. ��������� ���������r     ���������^ ^ ^  tnat they seu ar_ j. gps.** e*������������������*iy w- ^������.-v   ,-->   >  r- *������������*- 4-t... annlaa -Vinnlfi aa itf tSta ivast   ' 2       *>  ^ 3.1*   *4M������.W     444444���������    ���������������-i*4���������   Tt.���������.  t   44444*  ._/U.V&4~       44.444W  mei-uOfVB devolves itself into two dis-j  tinot projeott     Firstly tbe  providing J  for the   running  off  the   flood watere f  ���������which will reclaim the ^elevated ridges}  and then the reclamation of - the dower U -_  vvatscn ana sasn. sx.   jo  All the numbers were  highly appreciated and the singers were  swIuodj. allowed to omit an enoore, The  concert program was as follows;  Quartette Shine Shine Moon*  Messrs Callander, Fowler, Murdoch and  .1  Got yonv extra heavy shooii nt Speers'  store. .'���������'?'.' ;i  ���������; '.'���������  .���������?       ' ',.. ";,.: ::..:'  The Oratorical contort which wot  sfihedulod by ttye Presbyterian B'hh  class has been postponed nutil Thursday  ���������woniug. Tho change was neoessnrr  .beanie Rev. SavViioaian is going to at-  tend the sewilons of the Presbytery a 1  -Telson on Monday. A half dozon r.f  the Bible clans mombera will partlolpat*  In the contest.  James Compton wos floor manager  luring the dance and mnch credit is doe  him for the Buocess of the evening. He  kept the dances coming thick - and fast  vnd was it his best when leading the  sriuaro dunces aud quadrilles. Mr. and  \Ira, Compton led tho grand march in  o joning the dance aud,were .ugtust-u hy j  Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Miller.  "Vf. K. Btowii and wife; Sydney Poole  and wife; George Xepcb; ���������','���������#'���������}-  and daughter; Frank Coi'u'eV aud  tilfo; Henry Hamilton, wife and daughter I P. B 'Fowltr and wife; George M.  Gnun and de\u������hter; Jtimes Oherrington  and wife; Q, A. M. Yonng and wife;  lands and swamps.   The first condition  namely the reclamation of the higher?  I lands itl-easy exists throughout; the yea r  except for a-period of say six -weeks, an d  I o-nnothelieVe that if it twere made  permanent it would alter, oondtifciontn.  The second or internal reoloimatlonm-iy  be aooomplishsd only, in a gte&tsr or  lesser   degree.    At tha best we shall  have the Kootemty and Goat Rivers,  Duck Creek and Six Milo chejinels,   be-  sides numerous small sloughs and Lakes  whioh surely will provide the necessary  moisture tor the Benches ���������  But uegico-  ing alt these we have stilL left that big  body of warm water-Komtenuy Lnkc-tq  whioh this valley oWesBtwh a debt for  itsoXimetlocondition,' Onrmitowinter  , j olimato is ^uo to our 'proximity to that  0.l4-a-montb*nd vdfe; Oeo. Hnscroft 1 ^'���������nd'*^nk.^ wUl ������������������������>'P^We  ^lwifoi R. M; R*ld: wd Wife; P*. tth ***������������������������**. ������*W������T woistt-te.   Itia  Prlmro-e-Wellfl and. danghte.; i. -i. n0% W^wff1* ������*������m*��������� I  .-    _   1  m2:y:    :.-_ j:.;: eanalall byet the valloy' or ^for thatB  Solo She's My Daisy  Frank Callander.  Quartette -... .The Three Chafers.  Solo Sunshine of Paradise Valley.  Mrs. Downs.  iftoloV...���������'. ....'.....,Tho Owl  Mr. Dexter.  C^uartette,. Playing on the Old Banjo. 1  1M0.I0 That's The Reason  'Mr, Murdooh.   ,,. Tho Quaker Girl j  Mrs. Downs.   Camp Town Races.  Mr. Fowler.  The Saftest of The Family  Mr. Callander.  Qnartebto...'.......;.In Tho Evening  . Mrs- P. B. Fowler accompanied' the  (fiugenson the,piano and later furnished  pleaainur music for the dancers;. She  ������nd Mite, Downs alternated at the  in-  Sole.  IBoio,  Solo.  ������,vi...i~uMi������. j. ������^.^^h^  (IftWM Oook hw Wn in Nelnon fo  ovoral days in connection with the Kim  v������0. P. ������. wm.   1*. O'B FltaOeral'  hnsnlso bcou ���������to Noloon thli* woelc ti  testify InthooflBo.  ^ ,. ^ ^ _������,i - matt-- In tniii valley at all. 3t iii the  VftWW^WWm.^. oondTOWt.bnand BUb-o^bt preoiptt*  antlWlferO^H������n* !jnd *" ' *T  J- tlonthatwe ^aiit, atad that Is whewj  Hotie aud wi(������ ;J������i---*>j������ Ootuptou nuJwlfo  William Crawford *������d wife; ,C., O'. $<>_.���������  gors uhd wife} Mr������. Q, M. Bonny, M-s  loan Palmer, MIbb May Johnson, __-������.  Uibert Smith,Miss .Hovvarth, Miss Mnr-  garet' Trotter,  MiBs  Jouule Cameron,\]  onr snow capped taountalns' do their  work In canslng tho condensation and  oabs-qnont proolpatatioiv bnt th e primary evaporation may havo tali on place  hundreds ot miles away. The moisture  whioh is precipitated iu tho central in  oveniu 9.   The Ladies Guild corvod nup  psr ali pMalKht.  1 fiiy; MEETING  xr>_ r������p wii_n*i wotrprl info thA WilHnui  M'ler house in town this week,  CJoo^ge .^leai. wont to the dnnoo at  ^?ort Hill Snturdny.ev*���������n-nB along with  n -ifim.vdi- of'ot.her Creston people ami  '-took nwny fb������   fltwi   piiw for the ut������nl  -*-v r.v. t.4,i.* vm- *'��������� 'Iiv I'i'll, Oiiirgn w...t*  ���������a O'vtninr-ivi> .t.i't.ini^f. tJi^tj^lt-b  rav..  'llisr.   ''''l ' ;-' ''': ���������i'r '''������������������- ' tf'ii'. # ,c,  uriMti for womiti's nuioy areas.  L. It, Mnx'nf Nalrtnn, Rtihool inspooto'  Mi-ft   Florouco McBoon,    M'w Av.nio,, _     ,  ���������   . ,.     .    _,.    ,      ... ��������� r, ������������������   ���������.',     itftrior of thin Provinoo Is gather od at tho  Noehi-m, ^rumc SlaplcM, O. E.  Wibler,.| . .     .  JirniOFi Turnhnll, Georgo Hoald, IX,  W..I  JltoOuttdi' on, Frank Calieiidnr, W. A.  MoBoan, O, Pay otto, Cheater L. Wyun  for this distrlot. was in town a oouplol- <Tf Bm���������ly( M< Boyd> M. o. Gihbs,  o? daya this week Inspfioting tho Oanyoi) | ��������� &| Sftrk,B9lun; Wt Wau>_iM..a. A.  City uud lfirioltHon sehools.  J. 1������. DnvleB, proprl-ioi' of the Gran  . I broo'i Steam I_nnndry camp to Creston  Pacific Ooast and tho mtorvontog ooast  rango pruvlilOH a medium forr-m eiiHn-  tionir Mr. Kdmnndson has t e {ioctinl  one of tho principal foctorvi iu .������\ a porn*  tion-nnmely windage-and witt dto low  Tbo February mooting of the W O.T.  U, wn ������hoM-on 1ho 14th instant at the  homo rf Mr*. M. B1. ^S1*-** 0u tt������oonnfc  of.the.- weather tho weuUiiK wan buiall  but > eny <iuUroiJiii)g. ArrangoniontH  ���������ware1 u....de -or tho starting of a Loyal  Torn] kbimioo Loglon for tho children ot  Ccoii   o-..   Short reports of the Tompor*  and they Bhould not be allowed to seBiw ,���������  apple th������-t ii* not fit for eating,   It wtml^'u"-  pay the -farmers* Inaricttjy *-u auSwi/^  tnese boys witb|&ppies a. a low o_=b Am4  take a more active supervision over the  kinds that they sell.   It is probably .the  beBt advertising medium that this valley  has    ihe sale of apples -at the trains de  making a name for Creston.   Good ap������  pies will bring a good name,   At the -  S same time I believe that it would pair  the Farmer-' Institute to furnish neat -  attractive bnskets for the boys Ao nee is.  the sale of the fruit,   A   good looking.  1 basket would as-niflt .in making the fruit .  look better to the traveller twid. tfoere^a   y  a whole lot in the looks when tl person    .  Ib eating an apple." ,"'.'  A letter aukiug whether the local jJC^i-'  ] Rt.li.nte would desire a tmve.Hug .i,tyra,v  :  was received from the proviuqialgoye.rh-  ment and the members decided ito .tftko  tho matter up at some fntnrodnte, ,  Mr. Penso also made a full .jrep-imt,' 0,n,' y.  the doings of the Farmero'   Institute    -  convention held at Victoria last Knont\i.  Ho sail that the voaolution brought no  at those scBSlons asking the government  to loan  money to.4-auohe.B at a. choa������  rate will probably be pwsed at thfa. session of tho legislature. He reported tliat'  Premier MoBrldo whon it wno placed bf-<;;  fore hluv sold,that tho,.pvo^oned measuiv- ";  woaoneof the best,ho.had qvor hoard.  1 ��������� A po't-tlon agninst tho proaoi,etlvifalfla.,'  ot duty ^n'-'roy raaterinl,tiA_d in .the  u.auuf ootuvo of otcol and wire pi;oduoVn  wan brought forward iand passed by the  lastUute.  ���������<r  James Bates, Qamo Wardeu of the  Craubr-ok'diritrlct, vim in Crofiton the  oarlyparfof tho week.  Arthur French took a, trip to mtdbo-  nar Tuesday.   Arthur had one overcoat  . wind verity l.������ thte valley nu ._-.��������������������� I* anco, ^lc done in the different oo>n*  going end two roturnlng. Ka������y picking*  Bpoora, J. H.:M������ler, g. C,..^wWrB.!^.^^ ^j^^;   ICro,,tl.l tti������fl   ,^Ue world, were road by the Uowtt;that way apparently,        ��������� ;  iiominrHon,   Col, N. A. Bnrrltt and Jo-,        * *,   . .      ,, ���������    .   I . ������viin., ww irnvo hor rnnoft 0111  ������oph Brown. 'nndBr<w������ngconditions of tl 0 Gr.ai.11 tho   SUmHhm  tov  tho Ohlu-so  in this]  JJlsttiot surety it will miaaUy wtfiict thut uou   stry.  The next meeting will be  flitt .'.Monday u������id ^.tuWihlwd uu &g_ucy In I   Col.N. A.BunittoI OpoUii- lacpcad- ^^1 ���������������>,! 0f laud both ou tho bonohou hoi   l^nthtt.nthof Maroh, nt yt������o*p. m,  ''',,,"'    .���������    Jl       J...    I 4-     .4,4^.4 .        .. ,.,     .���������        4.._<..���������������* A.444IMM444*        V������ *������V,������������     - *    1 ������K������   Vlrt^.A   ftf    tlft B.    G.      D, HtOWn.  |U|���������     4,������4V14       44.-V   f������     ���������      .V.,���������.       , ^^      hMW 4*M*-J' I44V.44.���������* ���������������,-.���������..���������..      -   ��������� 1. 4.       ���������  my AJwyv 4*_i>M-wu-u.  Mawiod at Ore-ton���������I.ottie May Woott  of Cmnbrcol- to Rlobard Daniel CoWioi*  of BttrmlSi on Diw-u&ilff B?th. .WlW??'-.  ttev P. C. J-Caya������t*tt. '  n  i  ���������  ���������  '.i'l^.':.  t  W-*"-*'  .-;.>.  ������H#    4^^"'  , '->���������,&  >:,^...,4,^'i.'f''.,'l',A'   ."i;*.;'M'. ���������*���������������������������''���������.*.���������   ������������������"'  >������'4, .",'������' '*'.'���������  y.   p'  HMIMaHIHHHall������Biari  M-Ma  ���������...'.' '     '     .      .'    y'o..  '.������. ���������_    _>    '.������. ��������� '"���������'���������  '.������������������''. '<>:'���������'���������'���������'.        .   ��������� ���������,/.11,.  .,'.'���������    '  "     ���������    "''?���������"'?',  yy<irU)*m���������^M,yyy\  :���������'   .,'   ������������������'..,'  .li.'i . .'. j,'.'1.4.!  _��������� gmtm^msmmmmmumsammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmsr   \umnvmrar.���������tiwrr'7nr>waa=ag==g;  Wil^a!^^!H:^SS!B!^^  *44V - -^  ''��������� "J'y^.'SB^i^Wi?  ,T?T:^;.^;������i*;^  yy&2$yyt$y<yz  ���������'V<'.''  a*iJ������.vy<4Jfc������^  B&  ������_ _ -.������_-���������  "���������.������;.;-,  FRED  M. WHITE  ��������� ?; ���������';���������.,?: -:;.? ....���������? ��������� ���������"��������� yr2: y -...  :*'y'���������"'*["' '-LONDON- vy  WARD. LOCK & CO.. LIMITED  of the season. Just iancy Raying; to  upset ail our _ian& because oi;a: misfortunelike this!"  "Unless we could stop the colt,"  Copley suggested.  Foster   looked   keenly   across    the  table at ni  Hid   _v/  rnpanioG.  ���������*���������  ?I.am'i?������?  mmm  ; CHAPTER XII  A Lion in the Path  2-2  Copley did not appear to be so busy  '.as lie professed to be when he dismis-  'eed Fielden so unceremoniously. He  lighted a fresh cigar and sat down  moodily over a'mass of accounts. He  'pushed these aside presently and took  up a copy of the Sportsman, which he  ... proceeded  to read  with a perplexed  frown on his moody face.  "I cannot for the life of me understand it." he muttered. "The trial  was fair and square, and I see no reason  why  the boy's information was  - not to be relied upon. And yet that  colt is more, firmly established in the  ' betting   than   ever.     I can't recollect  ' anvtliing like it. It seemed a dead  pure thing to lay that money against  the horse. And yet, though I laid over  ten thousand pounds against him, in  this morning's paper he is at a shorter  price than before. Well, if the public  like to be such fools, it's their lookout, not mine. Still, it's unpleasant.  I wonder if Foster has learnt anything  this morning."  Foster came in a moment or two  later.    His usual smile had deserted  . him and he looked troubled and anxious.  ���������������t .jtjs*;*.,^! +,-������ sec ynii" ssid Copley.  "I can't for the Iff e of me understand  this betting. Here's the Blenheim  colt backed for a ton of money again.  Why, in the face of the commission  we have put on the market, he ought  to be knocked out."  "Oh, I've seen it,"  Foster replied.  "And I've sent for the boy. I wonder  if that young rascal played us false.  But no, I don't thinfe he would dare to  do that.   Besides he staauij to win ioo  ���������   much himself.    At any. rate.  I have  '    sen* for him. and if there was any-  ���������   thing about the trial that was sot fair  shall know it in half an hour."  For the next hour or so the two con-  That's not a bad idea," he said  thoughfully. "Now. if the Blenheim  colt lost the Derby we should win ten  thousand pounds at least. At the:  price the horse stands in the betting  today, we could lay another twenty  thousand pounds "without knocking1  him altogether out of the betting. I  don't call to mind a case in which the  public have been more infatuated  about a horse. Why, our commission  never shook him at ail. Suppose,  without anybody knowing it, we could,  guarantee that the horse didn't start.  In that case we could lay a hundred  thousand pounds against him. with the  absolute knowledge that it would only  be a question of time before we put the  money in our pockets. OUr Mirst  Park scheme Is a mere fleabite to it."  Copley's sombre eyes lighted a lit-  .������ ���������B_i-B������'B������HB������,'?:-tm^i������j  a ������ a *Xim^&X^KP*^  - Q'U E E R-'tS A:&T'6Sa-i-^E- ft! M^S#S-  yyy- .  . yy- \y."'.������������������������*.>>'>'** ^y:'^.yr'^-y  "Yes. if we could only do it," he  sneered. "But the age for that game  is past. There is no chance of hocus-.!  sing a horse, or laming him, or bribing a stable boy. or squaring a Jockey.  That was all Very well in the old days  .when meetings were few and far between and we hadn't got an enlightened Press that watches everything like.',  a cat watches a mouse. It's no use  wasting time over idle dreams of that  sort, Foster. And, poor as he is. Sir  George wouldn't even hear of such a  thiag." '  "Think not?" Foster asked.    "Well,  iii  ���������. '.)iT7.,..{ir',.,-:  , ...ia."*""   .-nahrtf v2.|*4'"^Si0li������':  ' JL'VA,y--CWl&c&rnti- 'Til'?!  :v/rit^B:2yjyy2yyyyyy  .? ? VI ?.;sutt_red;.:';: with'  catarrh "oif .'.the h^e'Ss^?  chial tub__;and had  a terrible cough ever  National -Drl������k';df t.3^  '���������yr'2      y e_-06Coahi._frVnlki.^fXXXXyyXX  ������������������ y ..Arra may he said to Ibet^  *drink of- the;':Tibe't^i������^:^i3i^^iv;en'i^t;  g-W.&U: .,times;-Trandy pla^s.:y^y'.^bie^'hativesT  ���������J^carry it-'inI'ong-c'.plBl^  ������������i;their trips ,froiny;.plaqe^  Smyths? shepherds ^&2.c30?.tSQ*i:^:;:^  :������%'P'^iserabie/ifr:ihe^  "''"' jitfllowance.' T'-Atr^isW^ed^-Ssb^^  1 .Bhutians, but tha?great -.HniJ of?th^Wev  people 'is;.maTW,a.:??..,Thi8^  beer made from millet.? ??The? ^aih is  subjected to a^yCTyfpriiriitive-^ethod1  of fermentation without??hia,ltthgiy?and  is stored in' earthehware ;joi^tilt;'haB  to be used quickly, asyit soon _6ur_?;  it is very light iaaiuohoir but is extremely nourishiheiy'??.',.?':??;:??;''' ??4'-Ty...-.?;:,:;"  Mrs. Hohmann.  y.;,fi ^mi^^-^Iin  bed with p i i l'oyw a  proptsedT np;. behind  ytne, feut a till the  .. c'6'l.gh:W^ld;vxibt;^  .���������'.jtie. aieepl^l^aught  ��������� arid :'every,bpdy;,?.el!se  th������������.t I had conahrap**  .'lion../.? .'''~.v'v:.\?Cy\....?-;  "So   reading   the  papers' about   Fe-  runa.... i'.??_d(0������HdSd;.':to?  try, wlth������ui?th_  least  it  good. But af te* tak-  iiiauu   ?irpm' ine, nipa.  ���������palm, is a common"Jbeveragein ?Btlr-  tiiah.   It rese _iblfea������in?taste a^dXflavbV  *h������    nnlm    wrina .'r-.i*      toasiy .2<>t      India;  ^���������They'st^^  H'fooiunvm-rphiil.^  T;;;?'^fbg4K.>'25c^.i?boi.'atTy  :::::-N^lO^*C'TCRUn^*N  t 1MO      Ul -  though by some? it?ris??ithbughtltd; the  moi-e powerful i&^iii^ihebriati^ qualities. But the favorite" beV&rage of  the Burmese is shouChou, which? greatly resembles eau-i-tchbo. only it is a  little more fiery in?Ataste? and?ita effect is somewhat quicker iftrid decidedly more lasting.,^? ??:���������??:-22^2yyy'2y\  They also use theirmnk^df^ the cocoa-  nut, which they, ferment in Vast quan-  ilflf.43      44-41       ^VA4-A44444444'T;4^4TTV;^,^.,.^.J4T.   ;_��������� ^4^     -^.T  ll,....   44.44.    t-.^.H.v,. ..������������,���������',yt.lt rMtAAbU,  CUI iiinn-  wave jugs. -CVhich holdfrom 100 to 150  gallons apiece. Like.i their neighbors,  the 11 Indus and Chinese, they are prolific in the dlstUlatibh?bf; their many  I think myself that every man has his i ing three*y bottles I noticod a ohange.  price. I have never found anything to ajy appetite 'eot better, sb I :feeiit on,  the contrary. I _thought you were a never discburased. Finally ^seemed  fool to come down here at all. I ntvt t^ ������rt������������������.w =>T������,,.������i, 0������j ���������v.i'wdiwi i���������  thoueht vou were a fool to allow your- ?0W'-*^^^.-^W^*-^^^|'.^.-  self to be fascinated by that girl, but ilf *������**< ***,-*���������������;-������;������** * ^"* pffc a''  now I begin to see a way of turning , n-gbt.  it to a'ccownt." I don't suppose she'll I"1 am well nowarjdcuped?of si-hriiniO.;  marry you. I never thought she ! cough and sore throat.:.���������; I? bahnbt;?t-U;  would." ��������� j you how? grateful I afti; aiid??:l^^-AH.i  The big veins on Copley's temples ��������� thank  Peruna  enough.    It  has  cured  ti-icli-.<E-in?d-  -������C~.J---__-      4- \  are going too far.  :-..-.iii--c^:^r  [ where doctors have -'xaUeu'\BnLd?.T������'..?'?iaik  I'll not listen to a   ^*���������na wherever ���������' I ������ro. r_con������men������i ?ii;^(it-  word of it.   \nd'it is no business of  everybody,     IPeppK  whoy^h%; thej?  yours;   If you have anything good; to  bave   consumption   better   give   it   ������,  suggest. I shall be glad t������ liateri to ^01^  it. but I'll thank you to" leav������5''���������"'Mies'; ������-������.  Haredale's  name out of the  discus  sion." ������������������_"���������:���������' v':';: :' ".1  "Oii.very weii." roster saidsuikilj-.  "But. In this ease, one thing leads to  anoiher. Now look here, to gain Miss  Haredale ybu found money for her  father vrhen we eould have oon������? with  it ourselves���������indeed, we wanted it  pretty badly. And now is your eiiance  to get it bac������v ssd more. ������tiT vj������orgs  lie could as easily re-  THE CAPITA,. OF INDIA  spirators  sat discussing the  matter.���������{ can't pay you.   f ^/^^ ^i1^  Then there came to them a diminutive W ������. mdho^_^d he will fl^-^  youth, shrunken and clean-shaven,  ��������� -with the air of one who has passed all  his life in the atmosphere of a stable.  His little wizened face was white with  agitation, and he stood, with his eyes  cast to the ground, waiting for Copley  to speak.  <������������������     "What is it?" the latter asked rough-  !  ly- ;.      -   '.'. /'..    .'     ���������������������������'.���������:.  f       "I don't  know,   sir," the   ooy saia-  "������������������   humbly.    "I don't know how it was  '    done.   Ah., that 'ere Raffle is a deep  'us.   -I  made   sure   as  the  trial  the  y^j other morning was ail open and above  22-' board, and now I find as how it wasn't,  the Blenheim celt we saw at all.    It  Is no use asking me to explain, gentlemen, and its no use bullying me, for  the more you do that the more muddied I get.   It is only a word or two I  .H-CIXIU   UDinSCii   ii.4S.i.lit;   sini*   uio     4^4444   444.4.  that put me on the scent. We have  got two or three 'osses in the stable  as like the Blenheim colt as two peas.  They are nearly all the same blood you  know. What old Raffle is a-drivin* at  I dunno. But it looks as if one colt  was changed for another at th% last  moment, and nobody would have been  any tlie wiser if I handn't hea,rd that  little conversation this mornlng|."  Copley and Foster exchanged glances. It was no use to scarify the boy,  for tho conspiracy was none of his  malting, and he was obviously telling  the truth; indeed, he had heen well  paid to bring information to Copley  and had nothing to gain by further |  decoption  of it all?   Why had RaCHe clibsen        |  s  Haredale  into  marrying you.     Don't  get wild.    I don^t want to introduce  the young lady s name any mors v������������s  I can help, but I am bound to speak  of her.    Ton will find that she will  hold out tiii the end. and that, if need  he. she won't objeet to leaving Haredale Park.    But Sir George will cut  .Vn jnngh when the time comes.   He  IeTchock full.of family pride.    He is  that sort of chap who is wedded to  the family home, and When the   rsal  pinch comes you'll find him ready for  anything.   Of course, he will   make a  areat fuss.   He will ask you how you  dare suggest such a thing to him. but  it will come out all right in tho end."  ,CopIey glanced contemptuously   at  the speaker.  "What, are you talking about?" he  exclaimed. "What are you driving  at? Do you take Sir George for an  utter fool? Do you suppose that he is  likely to scratch a horse he has backed  to win or lose everything he has.'  "Well, why not?. He hacked -.c>  colt, at a very long price, and I do?*'*  suppose that he has put down mo"->  than a thousand altogether. On th������>  other hand, he owes you at least fort v.  Suppose you ask him to pay that baJ.  at. once. Suppose you let him kno\.  that if he doesn't you will turn him out.  of the house a mere beggar. And  suppose, if he consent, you offer to  wipe out his debt- and give him, sav  ten thousand pounds, the day after the  Removal From Calcutta>.vie'K ;.������$���������.>;  Rights an Anclent??Wi^hgy%v ^  The commercial instinct of vthe.East  India Company led it to perpetrate a  great outrage upon Indian -iaiibtial  susceptibilities by removing? the? eapi-  tal to Calcutta. Ever since-.ne* days  of civilization Delhi had figured-as '.lie  Government seat. The ?HindttW:?..nd  Moslems both had favored it in .this  way. Off and on in the course of  centuries whimsical rulers -had Silted  tally gin. and?aa a rule they prefer  strong spirits instead money in payment for what we term odd jobs.  ^.������,:?-S-:':^  yy ideas ���������' ''are.; worth-;-:ih6neyV?;i?'^eh;d-.-it^  gbbd suggestions and we will pay you  /for;?them; yyyyy. 'y2222yy:f2yyy '-y-  T    m��������� _-T]AM4-4^4.l..������,44l44     .D 4T4 11 ..A 4T, .4.  ��������� 44 .4 44 **44 44 rf4 =  V-.T T, A.  ������*4CJ.   J4    47I������4V.0^.4,V������.4.444*   ;..44*J4*.4>4.44. 44*.4*.44*4/������AJ4A4y  ed recentiy the; irbsuits attained by? the  above order, which ywsia-;:?s������nty?out to  'lt_ employees some time ago..?: It said?  the response was immediate,^: Many  of .the icBiiH.s^Uv iii? ,4nors6yar, proved  valuable^ ahdy their w-igihators?:rbceiv*.;  ed^rewafds in cash for thorn; ?       ^;  A clerk in one; o^tth^rQuhdhQusss  won a preralum by; submlttihg. a -plan  for isict-easing economy by further usa  of carbon sheets, which remain in repair card books after the /cards have  been filled in and removed.. He devised a way of using this carbon pamper with one bf the icompany's; forms  for ordering material from the ��������� warer  houses- A tinsmith ih one . of i ;.the  shops discovered an improved method  of fastening in engine; cabs the boxes  whibheohtaih flags, torpedoes and  medicine case. He received pay forut.  A fireman saw a way to minimize the  loss of coal through vibration v by  standardizing the heights of coal  gates on locomotive tenders, and received an arhple reward fprj the idea.  There were many other suggestions  from;employees which were considered worthy of financial reward.  FIELDS AND  &'$?$���������:���������:&:  '*������.���������.-, lyi.fijrT T f.!P ���������^'-.T  ���������  One Kind of iabss   :'  Apropos o������. SviSnttnC  manEgement  and the miracles? it performs, Jerome  S. McWade, the Duluth capitalist said  'the other day:"-..���������,'������������������.-'-.������������������:.y"y\??:���������?;..  "An intereatlng Vpart of scientific  nianagement is thei^eedih^but of the  ���������officious, sillyi???i^brjint^ ,h03s---the  boss who, to^ shbw;yhis authority, is  ?&iw&y5 iutepieri������g;\wHB'���������'������������������ias;iueu.T .-  ;, "A boss ofT7this:de^CTlptlbh-was overseeing the removadrbf a'lbt of dirt oh  a railway cohttabt'26t;?mlhe; It'happen-  ed that oi^,of.?thf;jworkmeh'& wheelbarrows squeaked" dreadfully. : The  man, therefore,?turned?:'the; barrow  over, and ?he.WASfbeginning?to grease  it, when the bbssr rushed" down upon  him like an avalanche.? , ;   \ r  '""Here you! What the blahkety  blank are you dblns- there Pedro?'  "Tm just greasin' my harrow, boss.'  ' Who in the blank name of blahkety blank told you to do that, you  maccaroni-fed asterisk?'  ���������  '"'No one. bo8S.,?;y       :''."-:''.."'.-.:2  "'Well, get back to your work then,  and. dont let me catch you at; any thing  of the kind again. What the blank  do you know about machinery ?'"   r  But what was the meaninr' ^;%^r^taR^ m^S?  ^  bring off a mock trial.   So far as Co:   '    ���������  can  put  the  screw  on  at mu*  ley know, Raffle had no reason to suspect the honesty of tho stable boy.  He could not, know that he was ln  Copley's pay, hor could he have known  either, that Copley and Foster would  ���������witiinHK that, early morning trial. Could  it be that there was some one else in  the field whom Raffle wished to de-  reive? At, any rate, whether that was  or not, Joe Raffle had put both Copley and his accomplice in a hole. After  witnessing the trial they had laid  against the colt to an enormoup amount, and, after all, Sir Gnorge Hare-  dalo'B horse might win tho Derby.  They dismissed tho youth with strict  injunctions to keep his oyos open nnd  let, thorn know the latest development.  Then they talked tlio matter over to  nee if they could find Home way out ot  the trouble.  "It's a bit of a facor," Copley iimlttM'-  ed. "I am hound to confess I never  ���������expected anything like this. I wonder  wimr tho old fox was driving at?  Whom is he trying to deceive? I'd  give something to know."  "What (looji It matter?" Foster nsk-  ed liiiputi������utl>. ".U any rale, wilfully  or not, ho has deceived ut*. And. as 1  figure it out, wo stand to lone sonio  five thousand pouudH. If thai horse  starts fit and well for the Derby wo  shall bf* In !��������� r:ir<������ *n"������is. And thpre Ih  nothing to boat thp r-olt. It would bo  maddening to ho don." ift tin* hpginniug  IV ������������������:��������� U ������������������ W-'-tr-B**^  ...'11 kick, jib, order you out of (.'rehouse, but he'll knuckle under in the  long run. If he doesn't then I'm a  fool and know nothing about h'ini:������n  nature. Why, the thing Is so oasv mid  perfectly safe. Not a soul will know  anything about it. Tho colt pulls up  lame one day at. exercise, he Is reported to be coughing, and before the  fools who back horses know what has  happened the pen has been put  through the name of the favorite.  You've got the game entirely In your  hands. Then wo can get. our commissions out all over the country and  make a fortune without a penn'orth  of risk. By Jove! it makes mo tremble only to think of it. ir the thing  is properly worked, we should divide  half a million between us. Now,  what have you got to say to that?  Doesn't it sound all right?"  Copley brought hia fist down upon  the table.  "By gad!" he exlalmed. "I'll do it,  city, but sooner or la,ter--tlie ylucky  metropolis always managed:? toy gain  the upper hand over its rivals.;-   , ;  The .East India Company,: knowing  little of and caring less for the?sentiments of Indians, established the capital of India at Calcutta; fots?. situated  as it was on the banks of ythe Hobghly,  a navigable iwer, it was?easy,-y������.?.ap"  cess from the sea, whbreas Delhi was  hundreds of miles from any port. \ v  When the suzerainty of the peninsula was transferredyirom: the. commercial corporation to the British  Crown at the close of the Indian Sepoy  Mutiny in 1857. Hindustan hoped that  justice would be done^to its Imperial  city; but it lias beeii aisappoliited.  Again expectation ran high when  the Assemblage was held at Delhi in  1877, especially in view of the fact  that the British by that time had  learned enough about their Oriental  subjects to -convene the Durbar there  instead of at Calcutta; but the people  once more were doomed to dlsappoint-  iient. When King Edward was proclaimed Emperor of India in 1903 the  natives were thrilled by the same  hope, only to have It dashed to the  ground.  Thus it has been reserved for King  George V. to right this wrong and  make all Hindustan happy over It.  Only a very limited number of people  will decry this measure. Among them  no doubt are the alien and native merchants and property holders of - Cal-<  cutta. who have fed and fattened on  the necessities of thosG who must perforce make their homes in the capital. .       \  Clay Pipe Still Hbrb  The clay pipe has not quite departed..  It is always to be seen tucked,, stem  downward, in the 'strap: vwhich ??the  dustman;and the coalman use to hitch  up the logs ofy their cbrdurbys-7-just  beneath; the knees.?' Tbe^ china, cigar-  holder,?however, is hot only..'dead, but  forgotten.   Lady Dorothy- Nevill   can  Scotch Wit  ������������������> A  SMtdls   suiiiiiu.  Wiiose name was  How Grovvtit,;ipf  ;.:���������'��������� Made; to;. I ncr4ea_-;the:;:.^  "���������' ^Kpw^cah^theveJ-isieh'ceiOT  the  SQurcesTii;Gty'a;T''Stream^^affSst?;Tthfe-.T'  crops? ih';iue: ?dist.'i-t."'. Water._d?;;hy'?'the^;  stream?;.-?;'?;y' '���������..*��������� 2y*:������ ���������'������������������-..:-" ��������� yy-xxy^yyy^yy  The: question is hot hardto answer-. ?  The chief need for .the growth bf ali-v  plants is jwater. ; One? ofJ? the;? ?best  known*'authorities ;estimatea;;thati;ifieldL  cfpps ��������� dee 30{^. ;to tf5uQ ?tbiiB :?of''jWater  for every,::ton of dry shaterlal;?produced.; ?Thisvuse8.vup; the: water?? in  ���������from.? 2"��������� 1-g ��������������������������� :tb>:o^'hches:?.;deep;yo^;^  SOil... ;/ . '���������'.'������������������'���������., T-.':??^:,.:;".,.'*  " .Naturally; the nearer the? water is  to ?the roots of the .plants, the? ea_'er-  it la forythe plants ,to take up the^ ^Ki-'  ter and the better:the crop wW gvby.'.  ?Water,? whether running: ;free'in the-  8tream or ?lying in,'��������� the 'soil, will-seek  th*?? lowest level, yi'f the level of the  water in  the?stream? faiis,- then  tiii*-  water ih the soil, (first from the i������aar-  neighborhood of the stream,-  and then.  from; farther away) will find its way  to ?theystreatn,? and the level of the-  water in the soil will fall and so the-  plahts will? find it harder to get water.?: " t '���������'?-���������?.'? ?��������� ?yy'yyy'y:^y--yyyy^'' ������������������-������������������-  In Order to" keep.,up. the level of the-  streams in the summer.'there must.be?  a constant flow Kef; water froni ��������� the-  head-waters. /It is Swell known that,  ���������when the forests are cut SLV^siy,- the-  Maygaret, did nothing but swear and f a^^om *^^^ns <rf ^ysnow ������  abuse ^instead of answering, the; min  istei*." ���������.���������:������������������'��������� :y.:'::y':yyy:.y    -2: 'y.\.'2y  "Ah^ Margaret,i*ysaid.he, '^dinna ye  ken where a* the sinfu' gang?"  ; ''De'll take them that kens as well  as? them ,that ?Hpeers." cried she.  there be waiiinjg ind. gnashing of  'teeth.",;? "."���������.,  , VBy my trow, then," said Mafgaretv  ">et them gnash that hae them, for  de'ila stump hae 1 had these twenty  .years.";: ������������������':.''.?���������,';??.;:???  "My present patient,**^ said the pretty hurge, "is a peevish bid millionaire.".  ���������Never mind, he may ask you to  marry him."  "Yes? he may. He has about run out  of other requests."; ':y>.-yyyyyi..  ���������y "Did you know," said a man who  was? reading about' the contraction of  metals, "that a clock ticks faster; in  w;intef than in summer?''?'X'yy.-pr ;  "No.    I never noticed ? that about a  clocki   But I-know a gas-meter? does;"  _������--^>������������ XI  mAnornnBifv:  gavenny," shenoles, "remembers hav-  ine seen ?my father-ih-lawi the, Hon.  George Nevill, born in 1760, smoking  a Cigar through a China holder, abput  the most ? uncomfortable method of  smoking possible. These old-fashioned china cigar holders were often elaborately painted." Just the very  thing." In fact, for a. birthday present  to the husband.  V Not What She; Meant  ��������� Maud.���������I've just heard of a . case  where a man married a girl oh his  death bed so that she could have his  millions when he was gone. Could  you love a girl like that?  Jack.���������That s just the kind of a girl  I could love.   What's her address?  Dealer.-���������Look here!X2\The bill' for  thait motor car has been running for  over a year now.y .'^'-yi-XyX'  ; Customer.-Let it? run. : I want to  .have something connected with my  motor car that will run for over half  an hour without stopping.  in spring and the rains bf other seasons flow ?away? rapidly, often' causing damage by flbbds.^;The irdry^sea-  ^biiS; of v-he, summer find the Btreaias.--  oAmostiaryy':y:x:y:y22'-y22X-'y:yyy^"  . The*spil in the? forest, hbweyejTi? is-  of a;spongy nature?and soaks up?;the-  water falling on it. afterwardstgivingr  It felit gradpally. ahd.xsb furnishing ?an:  et^ln supply; to2 the litreahiBK.ahd';en--  ablihg??them'tojkeep /upithei^iJevels..  They higher ^thevlsysi, of the "strean.-  is rnaihtalhed, thb���������':higher^wiil^ be the*  level of theswater Inythe,;spllivahji the-1  easier the plants.wilf��������� find:;ititb,grow.  It is for reasons'-��������� often ^bdtlijhed- that  it: is so -important to the farmers .or  the   West  that : they po_aihibh;T forest-  reserves should.?'?tie? tnaihtained.   *he'  Rocky MoimtalnT forest reserve t|).������f,.  ���������serves the farmer of-A-lberta s^nd SasH-  atchbwan,   the -Riding;   and   :Duck  Mountain : y -reserves;? serves , t t h e~  farms of northwestern and northern  Manitoba and the Turtle Mountain reserveayeohsiderable portion of;southern Manitoba. : ;     :   *  'X2'-'X-.yyy-:^22^tyi invalid ,���������;;;:.  "You know that bail player who-  has a?glass arm, a weak knee and a.  game ankle*���������the one ? who only: fihish-  ed in five games during the 'Season?'*'  y "Yes, what ^about htm^^y ?; y ���������  ? "lie's going tb^wbrk In? a?stone yard!  ^hrbughithe:.. winter."?:, 'y '-2yyy 'y^Xy ���������'  >������tf^*^______lF?:  Mm-*.  ___ :mfmrmPy&  Hevo jiDit  weak heart, dizzy tcci:sgs;: oppi  breathing after usesla P;  Or do ybu ������pertence pai������-  over the heart, shortness of breath on goin^ up-stairs  ~i���������o"-syssptbiBss which !nd������<?������it*'  Last year the consumption of coal  in this country was 502,000,000 tons  in -ound numbers, in England 300,000,-  000 tons nearly, and In Germany about  250,000,000 tons.   "!"."���������'.���������'  -,-,* ..t,-'T_-:^^ j;_������.  4_B.%.    '%���������,..'    *4_������4..*  ..4444.4.    pCwT     CllV.lliMiUU    44UU    U4444     4444/uu 4  A    ft.^���������_a    >..u:_ :..  ���������f-44 - 41.W4���������4 V  .    bX'M.V, .  Motto of the miser���������Never give up.  blood and I'ody-builder that ha-  stood the test of  ^oyer 40 year* of  cures-is  The red'  blood corpuscles are increased in number-rand the  nerves in turn are well fed.    The arteries are filled  with flood rich blood.   That is why nervous debility,  irritability, fainting spells, disappear an>^.are overcome by this. ailterativ-, extract of medicinal roots ���������  put up by Dr. pierce without the use of alcohol.  Ask  your neighbor.    Many have  been  cured of-  ecrofulous conditions, ulcers, "fever-sores,"   white owellinfls, etc.,' by taking  Dr. Pierce's Discovery.   Just the refreshing and vitalizing tonio  needed  for  excessive tissue waste, in convalescence from fevers or for run-down, aneemio,  thin-blooded people.    Stick to this safe and sane remedy and refuse all " ju������t  as good" kinds offered by the dealer who is looking for a larger profit.    Nothing will do you half as much good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.  4     U.444.4  (To bo Cootinuod,  ^fisi-___:*?4 rnty^^iW  w. n. u   No arte.  Nothing Like Leatner  Kor over twelve months now a road  made principally of leather Iiuh boor,  in use at J.-laudsworth, IJIrinlnghani.  nud.HhowH pratuiciiUy no Higns of wear,  It is another exuniplo ol' iho elimination ol' ihat couiiiiui-ciul hiigheur, "Hie  waf/te jiroduct," for until somo Ingon  ions person hit upon the Idea of tho  h-al lior road practically no use hurt  In."-ii discovered I'or .ho leather waste  110111 which it )m JiiuJe. Tlii' u'u.ilr  Ic-nlhoi" was Rhreddod until it veritably  lueanie a pulp, It wuh I hen Ireateil  with bitumen and tin- and laid iu the  usual way. The road In claimed to  have many great advantages. It  crcuteH llllli* or no diml. given consid'  erahle wear, Ih reHllionl. and Hlleni,  und gives a goond grip for motor Ui-oh  u 11 il ulinlliu ohjeelii. II. Ih a riiiiiroi'l-  able iiialei'lul  for horiien to tread on.  11 till   the   hi'iiv'IfHt    xmIiIcIcm   Hint    linn.  ho fur  piiHHed over it havo niiide no  ItupretiHlon on It.  French.  Oerinnn   and   Kngllnh      n  luught. in the tichoobi of Uolhmd, nnd  ruiplhi lire re<|Ulred   lo  i������iNH un e\ui.i  I mill ion    111     iih.-hi!   miiHii.i^im     lu'iun  I t 4   I  -    ,  If  M4U ������������������������* *��������� ������������������������'���������-.  Never Spoke Agal������.  Grantley Berkeley, in his Recollections, notes one of the chortest parliamentary speeches on record. 'M-eon-  ard Charlton tried to ma'ce a 'naiden  speech, and. rising In his placs w-i:i a  very hald head, known too as he waa  to everybody as one of the oldeBt  stagers in all the ways of the world,  ho began with great affectation of inexperience, and with an exceedingly  mild voice. 'Mv. Speaker, I am bin a  voung member.' On hearing this assertion from so cratfy n man, possessing so venerable a pate, t.ho ontlre  hoiifio roared with laughter* Tvvico  ho stopped, and throe limes he commenced with those words, hut it was  usclosH, The house would not listen,  and he never Riintvycd to epeak again."  N        A Lucky Beggar  Robert Newman telephoned Hie police:  "I want you to find my trousers."  ho snid.  "Did you look undor th* intiituRS?"  asked the telephone- dork in. tho  chief's ol'flco.  "No," nald Newman.  "Give mo thb description," ho mild.  "All rlRht. Tho number on tho  on.Ho Is r>.ri7-l,r������01 and tho number on  tho workb I_ <i,Ki.!,'lVf)."  "What are-yon tnlking about, ;.ny-  way?"  "My watch."  "1 thought It, wan your trouncrn."  "Yes. Tho watch was in tho troiis-  ei'H' pookot, A beggar called here and  linked mo to give him a pair of irons-  eiH. I did. After ho was gone I discovered 1 gave him the oneii with my  wnlfh In.   Fln:l the beggar, will you?"  ywi'M  I     No man Is ho weak  that ho can't  1 l.ii'iilc  a  l.romlfo.  ������'��������� 14 ;"M\  -Mm  y\t>n&  Whether they represent actual cash outlay, ot t  only the time of yourself and your help, repairs  are waste just the same. When you make an'  improvement-���������no matter how small its, cost maybe?���������lctit-be'pi-rw-tncw-.'-'Then it is a real investment, some-  thing on which you can realize in cash should you decidp tp  sell your property; and something that will pay you constant  dividends in convenience, sightliness and comfort as long aa;  the farm remains your own. "''  Concrete Improvements Are Permanent  They last'as long as the very hills themselves.' They do not  require experts to build them. Their first cost, inmost cases,  is no more than'for inferior materials.  ���������Aren't yon interested in the subject of permanent, moflem  farm improvcrri-ents? '  "   "    ,  Then write for the book that describes hundreds of them-r~  11  .4,.'..������.4,,.,,  "Olvln' a man advice," mild Uncle  lOl.en, ���������'Koni.riilly don't amount to nuf-  rin' hnl woriyln' him wir talk about  tronhlen dat he known a lieit.i inn'  ulio.u  dan you does."  ;;i ... . ������   ...  .���������  ,.-'������<   ''rf tA,,.*;,   ni,.,,...  'rude during the financial year ended  ���������une .to, Kill, was with tht* United  Sluleti.  WHAT THE FARMER CAN DO WITH CONCRETE"  It lun't a C������tiilo_ii~.    Every one of Its 100 hundiomoly llluatmt.d pagan la Intaraat  1 Inatructlv*.     Tlmr '-'^������������������-- ��������� .���������*-   _-... *���������.��������� ���������.-   ...u_. ���������_- .,-_.  with It  Ing and Inatructlva. " Thoy Lelf how to mix concrete), how to place Ii, whit can be don-  Tho book waa printed to aoll for CO centa, but w������ fi_v_ a copy far you, fre������.  *-?m������T'7**  OQna  eYourBoo1  Your   name   and   addri.tis on a poatai win brlno thla b-ok  TO YOU ABSOLUTELYTREE  Mllll    tllO   IKIHinUU    lCI-4U4iy. J no   ixmik   Wili   ������.'</UI������.    it/   >������u   VJ>  r������turn mail.     Addre*������   ���������    .,  |.3.fia   MA'riONAL BANK ������Ull.n������Nfl      . MONTKUE-AL. tXL  f?fk CEMENT MiW  1  mmmm"%mmmt  ifiitt'SMifii  mmmmmmimmtmi  iM-rTiTii iii iii?' a ii-i-S'Ti-irii. m iiiMi'r ii  ,,���������4,i.im,)^:,^H4m4H'l^l4.^. 4.a4, ���������.  ...j*., .,uni4������l������wi4t  Wi44Hi4-4,fl.MH4444ll  4.������iSffi44  ���������nam  mta������ii4i������H������ii.lii.iiWli>i.Bi-.i.ii4^  iiwiiw  iililiiaii  ���������iiiwiiiiiiiiiiaiiaiii tf  1,^, .'.i^  LZL2L    UltilS-'IUIN  -^ iCrJH, v a Ji. w .     Gjb-H.5>'f OiN,     B.C.  *��������� -i- Irf* -4 .4'  8QHE-S FROM  ELBOW'S TO  '-i,' *~ <���������     FINGERS  l  _i.   WHEELER   ON   DRY-FARMING  I  e-am-BUk Worked a Miracle of Healing.  Reverend Gentleman Fully.  Miss Kate L. Dolliver, of Caledonia.  'Queen* Co., N. S., says: "I must add  my testimony to the value of Zam-Buk,  tJlcers and 'sores broke out on my  arm, and although I tried to heal them  'by using varioi*- preparations, nothing  Beemed to do me any good. The Bores  spread until from fingers to elbow  was one mass or ulceration.  How to Raise a $1,000 Bushel  Hard  Winter Wheat  My farm lies five miles east of Rosthern, about three miles from the  south branch of the Saskatchewan  river, and about twenty-eight miles  west from the north branch of that  river. We have an abundant rainfall  in an average season. The soil ia a  fibrous loam, carrying a heavy crop  of prairie grass. It.is principally dark  loam and clay, with a slight mixture  sand.  nag  chocclato subsoil,  deepening to - depth of four to five  There is an abundatice of good  "I had  *jvo  gj������������Sj.������������t  doctors, and   water all  over this district, and no  'faithfully carried out their instruc.  tions.* i'drank pint>after pint of blood  medicines, tried salve after salve, and  4aM.������    r.<>.0������.    IMInli ���������     till.-    it    WRR    Of   UO  4,4���������44.41^.4       4E*4.44,4>.        .44 4..V.. , __ ���������       ������������������   *vail. '  "My father then took me thirty  miles to see a well-known doctor. H������i  .���������I.���������..,...���������-.���������14���������J       It...       4444*44       .444.1       V, O *\ A I^HIU  onotoerapnes -ue am. ������������uu 4.1.444.. . ���������������><  photograph was sent to a New- York  "hospital to the specialist; but they  sent word they could do nothing further for me, aad I was in despair.  "One day a friend asked me if I.had  tried Zam-Buk. I said I had not, but  1 got a box -right away. That first  "box did me more good jthan all the  medicine I had tried up to that time,  ��������� bo I continued the" treatment. Every  vox healed the sores more and more  until, to make a long story short, Zam-  Buk healed all the sores completely.  Everybody in this place knows of-my  caBe and that lt Is Zam-Buk alone  ���������which cured me."  Minister corroborates.���������The Rev. W.  *b. M. farker, o* Caledonia. Miss Dol-  . liver's minister, writes: "This is to  certify that the testimonial of Miss  tiolliver is correct as far as my knew-  /letlge goes. I have known her for a  -year and a half, and her cure effected  i������y  Zam-Buk  is  remarkable."  "Wherever there is ulceration, blood-  poison, sores, cold-cracks, abscesses,  -cuts, burns, bruises, or any skin it.-  jury or disease, there Zam-Bnk sb.>uld  "be applied. It is also a sure curs tor  -piles.' All druggists and stores s*li at  60c. per box, er post free froiti Zanr  ������_au ai-u iet us explain our special .Anti-Sagging1, Anti-Friction and Accurate Sowing features.  x?ac -*---.  B-ZUfW     ~���������'���������_*������������      * -J*- unvwi     -vr*  ������������heap and harmful imitati-.ns and s;institutes.  "Tommv." said a visitor to a bright  little five^year-old,"what woulij you do  If I gave you a penny?" -  ,  'Wish it was a nickel." was the  ���������reply.  Mothers Value This OS!.���������Mothers  -who know how suddenly croup may  ���������seise their children and how necessary  prompt action is in applying relief,  always keep at hand a supply of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, because experience has taught them that there is no  "better nreoaration to be had for the  -treatment "of this aliment, and they  are wise, for its various uses render  it a valuable medicine.  Divided Ownership  "Kin I e������t some of the new snow  .off your lot, lady?" asked the hobo,  hoping to arouse compassion.  "I'm not sure,' the woman replied  ���������uncertainly.    "We only  T/llnards Liniment for sale everywhere.  Some insects digest their food first  and eat it afterward. They are so  trallt as to be able to take only liquid  food and they inject a digestive fluid  Into their prey and thus gradually dissolve it. sucking in the liquid so formed until nothing remains but the dry  SM/(Ws  -mlcbly atopse-ndta!  ' ^L* throat aailfiinia  Biddy stops cetsdha- cons ccjda, heala  " ' .. ������������������   S3 coats-  ..a The highest scientific station in the  -world stands on the summit of Mt.  Misti, an extinct volcano in southern  _*eru. The altitude of this station is  19,300 feet above sea level. .No one  lives ct the station. The thermometer  on the top of Mlstl often falls to 25  degrees below zero.  Hope  He.���������They say. men of brains live  long.  She.���������Well, hope for the best. You  may prove ono of the exceptions".  .lT.,i-,'l    I   V  I  V/aiNTMbN'T..;U  ,  Wana  Batik  with  Cutl-  ctim  Gentle  Applications  D-Cutl-  tura  Oiut-  ment  ma  MEDICIRMJ  ������������Mlct.  thv  f 4  W  * /  Tor All Kinds f)f  1r?i_n^i^.*.:ji'-m  L^^������jlmju\r\  AH-onih  Outturn* Ooap  aad Ototmra. am ,  Jtf.lt, bjr rtrn*_l������t������ (itnl Am\������rm mmrfmhmti, _ llharal  pampUi ol tMuih, with ai-p-aa booklet on tha ears  ���������Mid treatment of tha akin, will lui mint poat-rraa. on  ���������tvvuvauuu t_ uum-imi*, _A������������u/(, nm, uuatvu, u&j., ta  . _...  W. N. U.  No. 880.  stone at all  Our rains come'first in the spring  with a light shower to a heavy rain  about the second week in May. There  are no more rains until Juuo, which  is generally our rainy month. We usually have a hot spell in July and  August, with more showers in theBe  hionfchs and in September. The grouna  freezes about the first week in November. The snow fall in winter is  from 1 to 3 feet on an average, and  the snow goeB off from April 1 to 25.  Of courses conditions vary some  years.  Before I outline my system of farming I will state In a few words, my  id������������R as to what is necessary to produce a good quality and to increase  the yield of grain crops. There are  three very important essentials, good  seed, a good seed bed and uniformity.  The Great Essentials  It sounds simple, doesn't it? It  looks simple in prlat, but how few  farmers in this great west of ours observe these great essentials in the  farming operations? We have an ab-  uuuautiy rich soil aud u&tui- helps  those who help themselves. Let man  do his part; nature will do the rest.  Climatic conditions are surely, against  the man who farms in a haphazard  manner, but are on the side of the  man who observes these essentials I  have named.  The great secret is that no matter  how ma._y acres a man farms he must  do the work thoroughly, at the pro-  60 to 5,000 acres we must be equipped  with the power to do ho. Consider if,  evsry farmer in this-great west was  to observe these great principles what  an increased acreage of our field  crops would be assured us!  The three essentials necessary go  together; you cannot separate them.  I will take them separately, however,  in this paper, and give my methods in  obtaining them. It is all so simple  that the wonder is every farmer does  not adopt them.  Get Good Pure Seed  First is good seed. In the first place  the variety must be as pure as possible. I know many farmers who for  the sake of a few cents a bushel will  sell their best seed and reserve the  poorest for seed purposes. I need not  comment on this. Others go further;  they run their seed over a fanning  mill two or three times, and still they  have not reached the important point  ���������they do not use a screen large enough to take out the smaller and  medium sized grains.  To obtain the best seed it is necessary tc clean out 40 to 50 per cent.,  all the broken grains, so that the resultant Ib uniioiui grains, the largest  and plumpest.  Now I want it understood that the  varietv must be nure, as there is a  great "danger of undoing good work.  For instance, if in Martjuis or Red  j?-irtQ v?heat that ojie is cleaning for  seed and. there !������ &n admixture of,  some of the other hybrid varieties, as  these varieties have a longer and  sometimes larger kernel than the  Marquis and Red Fyfe, In the progress of cleaning these will naturally  be retained and, if so, will Increase  the mixture and multiply another season. Therefore, it is very important  that the variety be pur������. To obtain  beBt results one cannot expect to Improve the quality or yield by sowing  a mixture of several varieties. At the  present time lt Is regrettable that  there is very little pure seed grown,  and it is time the gospel of pure seed  Is more extensively preached.  It Is a striking fact that the wheats  exnibltdd at New York by myself and  by Mr. Glass of Alberta, and Mr. May-  nard, of Manitoba, which won highest  places, were to all appearances pure  and uniform. I had the pleasure of  examining these samples of wheat and  noted this fact.  A Good Seed Bed Requisite  Having secured  good  seed  In the  process of cleaning the next step Ib  ���������n good seed bed.    There are many  ways of obtaining this, hut I am-going  to give only my method.  Beat fields are obtained on good  breaking or summer fallow. I will  tako up breaking first. If I was going  to break up new land t would plow  irom the last week In May to the end  of Juno., but* no later. Plow to the  depth of four to tlvo Inches, and have  tho packer follow the plow. > Later  In tho season when tho sod had rotted  well, double disc, with tho diHc set at  a Bharp angle so as to out well without turning "P tho sod, and follow  with a plank drag, or what Is known  an tho King drag. My drag Is mcJo  of 2x0 plank, nlno feet long, sot on  odgo throo foot, apart, with tho end  oyurliipplng one foot. Tho ondR aro  i-MortlBod together at tho onds by 11  2x0 plank, with n Bhoiildor to holt thorn  In place, and inch hoard������ ur������ milled  on thiB for tho driver to stand on.  Thin drag 1������ operated at n Blight  angle To do beet work it ia advio-  ablo to go up tho field always on tho  right, hand nldc and crosa <ho end  till one comoH to tho first dead furrow, thonco down this furrow to the  bottom again, and round again. Fill  out this portion and thon go on to  the no.v.t dead fnrrov.'f., nnd no on till  tho operation ia finished. Tho object  in UHlng this drag Ih to i������nlvorl'/.o tho  sodB turned up by tho dine and to level  tho r.urfaco, leaving It In a uniform  condition.  Summer Fallowing  Tho drag harrow should follow ho*  hind Ihe Blank drag. Any rain that  fnlln wll) nnnlly ponotrnto land in this  condition. Lator on In tho season tho  disc harrow should btf .run over It  again, giving a mingle ntro..e, iohowmu  by tho drag harrow, which Will loavo  the land in an Ideal condition. Of  oeurso, if possible, the plank drag may  follow the dlHO In the flrH place, and  then the land Is harrowod.  4. .,.,....���������..,.. #,4,  IV 4  .444 T 4-lV ��������� _4V  .11        .I...,.,..,        W.        ..  4..*..*- >..,' ........       ���������    , ������ ���������.  wo**, tn tho full nftwr harvest, by  either of the following method-: Ulnc  Ing tho stubble, or tfhaljow plowing at  a depth of two inches and packing.  ihi������ will start weed growth, m tne  spring, as soon as possible, I plow  tiye to six incaes deep. I have a  home-made roller, two feet wide attached behind tha "low so that''it is'  plowed and rolled at one operation,  conserving moisture. <Tbe' surface  packer follows next. It wor&s better  here than on ths breaking. This leaves  the surface iu a uniform conditio'n,  and it is Bafe to leave it thus for  a few days to allow weeds to germinate, as at this time of the year there  is little danger of the soil drifting.  As socn as possible after a rain,  while tbe soil is in a moist condition,  the drag harrow may be used to avoid  a crust forming, to conserve moisture  and to keep down weeds.  In the spring when the seed drill  is in operation the benefit of the  plank drag will be noticed. Here Is  where uniformity cornea in. You have  a uniform seed planted at a uniforjn  depth in a uniform seed bed, resulting  ln a uniform germination, uniform  heading out, uniform ripening and  producing a uniform seed of a uniform quality.  I follow the seeder with the surface packer to pack the warm moist  earth around the seed. This induces  a quick germination. When the grain  is four to six inches high, harrow witt  light bariows. i use hoi-ie-made harrows, made for the purpose of weeding aad harrowing the grain. My  main object in harrowing is to cultivate, to encourage rapid growth.  CaiiiI mm  A Libel  "John M.NHarlan,'? said a Chicago  lawyer In a eulogy of the late Supreme Court Justice, "had a way of  pointing an observation with a story.  "Onrf* he wanted to robuke a man  for exaggeration, so he said he was  as bad as a Pittsburg millionaire who  vas being interviewed by a New York  reporter.  '"Where, sir. were you born?'   the  reporter  pencil.  " i was born in Pittsburg,' answered the miiiionair_.  " 'And when did you first- er���������see  the light of day?'  " 'When I was nine,' the millionaire  replied. 'My people then moved to  Philadelphia.'"  itStied as  he  snarpened his  THE POWER THAT DRFvES  THE HUMAN FACTORY  Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills   Help  Blood and Make You Well  the  C.44.I..444       444.^1        ,���������'..ll       4^.44,4., i .. f.  44p4i444J     OIlCl      I     ���������ill     44,V4,V,..C3  Regarding spring plowing I adopt  similar methods. The packer follows  the plow and the drag piank the packer, to make a uniform seed bed and  harrowing can be done afterwards.  =������������������."--   -..--?-.-.;==   -.ro   ���������aaj   -:������   {������������������'.*  ������jx_--11M_        4U-*-bU\ru.>J       **_.���������_<        w-iw ��������� ���������   plowing. The seed bed is prepared  m the fail, but I would not sow in fail,  but early in the spring. This is where  a number of farmers fall down on  fall plowing and wonder why their  crops are light and weedy, as fall  plowing will ripf������n a iron quicker than  spring "plowing. After* breaking for  fallow one can lot it lis for a week or  two to allow weeds to sti- r, for they  can be easily killed by the lia-.i'ow  before ^sowing. Fall plowing should  always be given a stroke of the harrow as soon as the snow goes off, to  prevent a crust for aing and to conserve moisture.  , To sum up. the secrets of growing  a good quality of grain and higher  yields are: a good seed, a good seed  bed and uniformity of seed and seed  bed. By the methods outlined the  result will be a quicker germination  by the use of the packer after the  drill in a well prepared seed bed,  while harrowing of the growing grain  will induce rapid growth, and conserve moisture. The wise farmer will  leave nothing to chance. I have'outlined my methods, but I do not lay  claim that they are the best. The  principles are the same by whaLevei  method we adopt along these lines.  Seager Wheeler.  Rosthern, Saskatchewan, January 15.  These "Pills Cure Rheumatism.���������To  many who suffer from rheumatism a  trial of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills is  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������.���������. ��������� w Ji ��������� J fl*l������ ��������� 4.        t.44.,4.        V444y\T^/4tlT,.4.  ICliUlUlUCUUCU. 1UCJ 1441IV 44������V4������44 44UV  ed action upon the liver and kidneys  and by regulating the action of these  organs act as an alternative In preventing the admixture of uric acid  and blood that causes this painful disorder. They must be taken according  ���������o directions and used steadily and  thev will sneedlly give evidence of  their beneficial  effects.  The human body is the busiest factory in the world. There is no eight  hours day, no slack season, no holi-v  days, no cessation of labor at any  time. Day and night work is being  carried on in the workshop of your.  rw/\rt*er       an/3      ������4*     viAirnw     sxnr. enc*      .i*r-<*.l      .-T._*������  ���������������f *-"-���������. ,7  f        MiMvA        *.,        ,*-kV ���������<   V_** -UUWU- __.__-_.ii tiSASJ  engine���������the   heart���������stops   forever.  The foctory of your body has its  motive power, without which it would  have to close dewn at once. That  motive  power is the blood,  healthy.  y*?f*il 7cH        -"...--rf-v-r?       ���������-���������_-,-i t *nVi ^r*.*!-!,���������--= "*Tal*~*  A-^-f���������lj       m *������>\*       Kj>*\^4_r������_b        tr uivu uwwptf jU___.  whole system efficient and which  drives away all diseases that may attack it. %  Good,    red . blood    is    the    chief  '.. -Solved  Nero.���������-Petronius, the people are_  complaining because the games are  not. bloodthirsty enough. What would  you suggest?  Petronlusl���������Gat an umpire.  .   Only One "BROMO OU.JMINE"  That  Is .LAXATIVE  BROMO���������  QUININE.  Loot, for tho signature of B. W. OKOVB.  Used the World  over to Cure h. Cola in  Ono, Day.       25o.  No Pity Needed  Ps9tor.���������I was so sorry for your wife  during the sermon this morning, doctor. She had such a dreadful fit of  coughing that the eyes of the whole  congregation were fixed upon her.  Doctor.���������Don't be unduly alarmed.  She was wearing her new hat for the  first time.  Minards'Liniment Co., Limited.  aentloinon,-���������My daughter,. 13 years  old, wrh thrown from a sleigh and  injured her elbow bo badly It remained  ntlff and very painful for three years.  Four bottlea ef MINARD'S LINIM l-NT  completely cured her and Bho has not  boon troubled for two years.  Yours truly,  J. V. LIVESC.UR.  St. Joaeph. P. 0., 18th August, 1000.  of all the energy you possess. It builds  up every substance of" your muscles,  nerves, sinews and flesh. It removes  the waste and poisonous products con-  btantly created in your body, which,  if allowed to remain set up disease  and weakness of every Itind. Good  blood gives eneigy and vitality to the  nervous system, besides regulating  the function of the stomach, intestines,  live-, kidneys &a& other organs of the  body. Briefly, on the purity and richness of your blood the health of your  whole body depends.  Often the blood begins to fail and  becomes thin and poor in quality. It  becames loaded with waste mitter and  charged with poisons. Then it is that  the motive power of your bodily workshop goes wrong, your physical machinery becomes disorganized and you  fall ill. You become anaemic; maybe  the nerves break down, or you begin  to suffer from "indigestion, neuralgia,  general debility, severe headaches,  pains in the back or side, rheumatism,  or sven paralysis.  In all failures of the blood Dr. Williams Pink Pills are the best known  remedy. These pills actually make  ae������r> yins Wood, -which brings health  and energy to every part of the body.  Thousands and thousands of people,  not only in Canada, but all over the  world, testify to the truth of this  statement. The following is a bit of  proof. Mrs. Fred Strieker, jr., Moose-  field, Ont., says: "A *������w yea-f������ ago  I was a physical and nervous wreck;  I had pains throughout my whole body.  I had no anpetite and my stomach felt  as If there" was a big lump in It. The  least exertion would make my heart  beat violently, and I would be attacked  with trembling spells, and such a  weakness that my breath would come  in gasps. I waB under a doctor's care  for nearly two months, but got very  little relief. I then tried other remedies, but with no better results. Finally I decided to, try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and this was the first medicine that reached the root of my  trouble. After taking the pills a few  weeks I waB much better, and by the  time I had taken ten boxes I was entirely recovered. I now always keep  the pills In the house and If I feel the  least worn out take an occasional  box and feel all right again."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  Affinities  In the hereafter the man encountered a group of animalB���������t-������v*o or three  heavers, an otter, and some seals.  though the climate, to say the least  of it was mild.  "We wore skinned for your wife's  furs!" thoy ��������� exclaimed vcivilly, upon  observing hlB perplexity.  He started and broke into a loud  laugh. , ,   . , ���������  "So was I" quoth ho, and joined  them; and thenceforth thoy wandered on together.  HoUBohold troubles: Headache,  Toothache, Earache, Stomach ache,  Hamlins Wizard Oil cures these aches  and palno no why don't you Hoep a  bottle ln the houao.  World Could Not Live on Vegetables  The great obstacle to the general  adoption of a vegetable diet is not  physiological or eihical or philosophical. It is economic. We cannot -all  be vegetarians, because there are uot  .vegetables enough in the world for us  to eat; aM, moreover, the surface of  the earth, under present conditions  ana modes of culture, could not produce enough to feed "a "all. It could  do so under ideal conditions; but'these  conditions now seem far from realization. These considerations advanced  against world-wide ' vegetarians by  Prof. Aiorzo E. Taylor, of the Univer-  sitr of Pennsylvania in the Popular  Science Monthly New York (December), seem to rest on a different basis  from the ordinary arguments on either  side, says Taylor, that a vegetable diet  may physiologically fill ail the require-  rn-ents. It is quite as good as a meat  diet, although he will not admit that  It is any better. But suppose v/e  should all feel moved to adopt it?  Prof. Taylor puts and answers the  question thus:  "Can the surface of the earth (for  the fishes of the sea would have to  be excluded), raise enough grain,  fruits, nuts and vegetables, added to  dairy products, to meet the albumin  needs of the present earth's population? Unhestitatingly it may be stated that the area of the earth's surface now under cultivation could not,  with the present methods of agriculture, dependably produce enough plant  aloumin to meet ths needs of the  present population. -Very large areas  01 the earth's surface at present produce only grasses, shrubs and trees.  Man can neither graze nor browse.  At present these plants are consumed  by cattle, goats, sheep    and    swine,  TiTXICS-   SiDiilxijix   15   tit-iu^-���������.   ill   cuTi!   Oy  man. It is through the mediation of  these animals that the vegetation of  enormous areas of land is made available for mankind.  ���������'At present probably", one-half of  the albumin needs of mankind are met  by animal albumin. To meet these  needs with plant albumin and dairy  products the world's production of  grains and legumins would-need to -be  doubled at the least. It is quite certain that this could not, with the uttermost efforts of the world's population, be dependably, accomplished,  with the present methods on the present acreage of tillable soil, if no untoward manifestations of the elements  occurred (such as severe winters, unseasonable frosts, floods, droughts,  storms, excessive heat), with a dependable rainfall in both time and  space. But mankind would be* yearly  at the mercy of the elements."  To meet fully the needs of the  growing population, four huge advances, the writer goes on to say,  must be made���������methods of cultivation  must bs intensified and revolutionized;   conservation  of  water  must be  .<_.-tit.-___._.'     ._,A  ���������_>������ISI1IIM9 tu  _  -  1  .Frens s  '    " Liverpool.   ������ * *-'.���������!  Prepaid  Passages ->     ������  GREAT   BKIT&IN,    IRELAND*       ���������  SCANDINAVIA, ������  CONTINENTAL   POINTS. |  To -  All Railway Stations  Manitoba,   Alberta,   Saskatchewan,  British Columbia,  At lowest rs-tesK  For reservations,  tickets, details, see local agents "ot  write  J. S. Czidcr. Ger.'IAaent, Winnipeg.  dreamed of; the ravages of plant die-  _         _.        .,._ . ,���������,-J4.        ������������������-3       >J.,-11       M T"  eaS8   iSUSi,   uc   OUclSncu,    twu   auu   ici-  tilization on a vast scale through mlc-  robic and electrochemical' -'agencies  must be carried on. This might, and  ���������probably would, quadruple our- present yield. But, says Professor Taylor, for the present it Is certain "that  to   place   the   human   race - upon   th<?  una 10   O*.   ������_;lu,i.C----    v^^ottn At*-.**-.*-.-.    *- *_���������***���������__  be to expose tbe nace to the mercy of  nature, just as the vegetarian population of India is yearly at the: mercy  of the; yield of grain."  ���������'"���������'.'���������'   No Credit^ '' :X!y': ������������������?���������������������������  Maybe; the man who'boasts that he  doesn't  owe  a  dollar  in  the' world  couldn't if he tried.  ^.S..?..  4 a^-uCr       ^T*l     ^14^-^4���������.   ������.44-444^.4. t      *. MffV,.. I ��������� .. 44V  .ecjujiesj .cui 4>4^_.ao������.*44������.ii4C4u. ovu������*u.avKtf  in order to keep it working properly, to keep it clean and  Kea!tliv- V^Ken vouf ti-wer is  wrong, everything apparently  seems at sixes and sevens, you  can't think right, you can't work  tight and you don't.look right.  - it is just as -well tc take - an.  occasionaTdose of������������������  VK|  '}   v  .{���������>  rc_ _?*.-  EFFERVESCENT  SALTS  ASK YOUR   PHYSIC!AN  Only_One  Obstacle  Benevolent 4rerson.^-You have beesf.  laid up for six months and unable to"  get work!   What*was your, ct-saiilslnt^  The Man from Pentridge Prison/,  {mournfully).���������The wails i was -oo>  high, kind lady. ' ,  ^V.0  The cheapness of Mother ���������' uraves*"  Worm Exterminator put3 it withi!������ '  reach of all, and it can be got at any ,j  druggists. % ���������.' \  j; .i,i,. i.   ������������������; -.   .j,     v  , - :    yr  TU,.   >A/~4.   -.���������������  **���������������   I'mt.itJmm r ' "  '������ ���������.'  ���������    ,>W -.444^       ...        4.,..,       444.....^   4.4 , ^   T  Retruned TraYeller.-7-What has bej ; ' ^ o  come of Catcham and Cheatem, thet >. >> i  rich. lawyers. Retired, I presume? .t>*$ij%  ' Resident.���������Yes, retired: They are }������r$s  both.in thfl workhnnsR j ffi������^  "Returned Traveller.���������Phew!    WhaS^i  happened? , ,.,...,  ��������� y Resident.���������They had a quarrel ant..;'4$  sued each other.  ^        ffl_l  T;.V:TfA.'SS  mlm  Good Health^;.the Target  ��������� of your aim���������or should be-���������-and first in importance.  Get and keep  . good health and you can work with hope���������find life wbrtH'liVihg~i)ise  after nights of restful sleep-r-hava, energy a*>d .^Mt.\9n^r^������W  content.    If you are out of health, or iii poor coriditioiv,* see What  1 ���������;*.���������'  I  .can do for you.. Your food will taste tfght and nourish you Setter  ���������~-your bowels w;i1. be regular and ybiiif nervous;system; corrected*  I-, your blood will be,purer and vou will feel more cheerful. Ypu_  whole system will "be benefited and you will know why^sohmany  thousands have found that Beecham's Pills hit the target and  Hit Right Every Tiiaic  Prepared only by Thomas Beechim, St, Helens, L-ncuhlre, England.  Sold everywhere in Canada and U.S. America.   In boxea 2ff cent-..  'V.''.  an  A .luriQA'n Story  Ono must loam to jjympathhio with  domoHtlo frailties. I was rebuklnff a  man tho other day for backing up his  wlto in what not only waa an absurd  ,_tory, but ono ln which I could boo  he hud no lmllof.  "Yon Bhould reallv b<> moro earoful?"  l wild, "und 1 tell you candidly I don't.  bollovo a word of your wlfo's story*'  "You may do au you Hko," lie Bald  mournfully, "but I've got. to,"  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Had Something to 8how  Tbo host ruhhor story la the latent,  reserved for tho telling by tho Hocro*  tary bf State for the Colonies.     Mr.  .- f>" ,��������� ,,,., .4, (������ V,.  Jlttl Clrlil t,      .11.      LIIO      Ul 11,lOlt      44UUII      I'UI  neo dinner, said that a city friend of  hia waa approached with a vicv.- to  floalitiK a rubbor coiujuuiy. Hid i'rltmd  was quite ready. "How many treen  havo you?" ho uuked.    "We havo not  iimch land have you Rot?" "Wo havo  no iaiia." "Wiuu. tn������n, iii-vm ,������ou  got?"   "I havo a bag of meed-."  The latent otatlotlcn c-ve a Rood  Idea of how tho increasingly large  number of country girls who go to  tho larger cities from villages and  small townti in Germany earn their  dally broad. There woro about 150,-  000 girls employed last yoar In cotton  mills nnd 52,000 in tobacco factorlos.  In laiindrloB 8,300 women were om-  ploytid, of whom a largo number eventually went Into aorvlco aa hou-omaide.  A largo number ol country girl- louud  poflltloim In department stores an  palOBWomon and received an average  Balary of $14.2R monthly, out of which  thoy paid all their living oxpoiiaeB.  On an avorage the Scotch are the  talloBt men In Great. Britain, the Irish  next, tho English third and tho Welsh  lant.  DrCiarKs  ���������>ii  ���������*-; ���������-������������������.r.v !K-^;  SUSPECT  YOUR  RIDNEYS  wh������in you huvo Inmo bnolc, froquAnt  hcndnohrii, rhcu-.  miitiu jiniiin, k|JMv- 1>4uiuiu tt,c cy^.itvvir.sc^ Ir. iV.z i;!"'-,  -to,    Tlu'00-qunrte.rH of nil huinnn fttltrmnts nro duo to  th-   Uldiieyii, fuilliia; , lu   \ttu\>vi\y fi'.o" tho qyatom. o?  poiiionoiiii nuiiln urid-witsto mivllnr, ,\  ,.',."      ������������������.    ������������������.���������,������������������  To Mtlmulrtfl. tono.olonnHpnnd .trcnctlion tho-Idhnya/*  tuko DU.   Cl.AniC'13  SWKIflT NITUE I'ILI.9.    Ta-fc  them the fllBt day you hava caua.i to. think yQur kid'-'',  nnyi,  need   nttcntlon.   Tlicy   contnln' wwoiit nltro nnH.  . ,,     ,   ,*-������������������ other noVeMilan owrntivo nRuntn.    Aoutcor chronto  Iclflnoy dlnrnnn   onn tinvor act n foothold  in the flV'it.sn. '  thnt   1m  fortlfiod  wllh DR,  OLAHK'ti 8WKIST  NlTItld AULLS.   Sold ovorywhbV- ������t  fifty donts a box or mailed tlircut by       .. 4i{' *.  THB MARTIN BOL������ &. WYNIMK OO.,      WlNNIPEa, OANADA  tumiiMMinyiiB   ^V^rf-_ii-J  _________5_B_B-_  in_niB_--B_a-ni  ll_MIIIIIIIIIWWBI|IWII.__H|l  Ii  Economy   in  little  things k just  at  important Rg.econogay Jn. b.-g���������]-MBg8,  Zmm\\J\mJZ     <> BVD ff\���������'0   \$9-BTS B-_a������9  When Your Eyes Noad Care  ly.  Try U  tor  _ Uraniilatutl fi>  ������K>mppuud-d by onr QoiillM*~nol ft "I>t������nt  ���������������"iW . iT���������������44*rt In ������ni������<������o������������f*������l IMifilflUna'  Kino���������Aot������  -julnkly. Trr It tor U������il,\V������������u;  W������t������ry J|-,>^������ imil dr._n.ili.t-c. Ey-lUla.   Illuw  ������!fft������.aw^tt___tof.o:������i-������^  M.ni*lf-������      Mf#     0-U������������   Ik*    *������W^#---#     4*. U>k������4M������*' Ml^-I    ftMM   VWM  Murln* Ky������ H*m_dy Oo.. Ohlooc*  ~      .      .       ^4  -i,uu-iiiy   i|U4.4iiiui������4<.  '"���������-���������  Aftl    . ,m������m.A  A  of constant betterment baa brought them to such, perfection that one Eddy Match does the work of several others;  of inferior make. '       ' ������������������.���������������������������-_    <  a.wavh   Aqic rr.������ F.nwvs.  mmnm  4***m+wmm#&*^^  mmmmmkmwmmmmmmmWm%m*mmmmmmWmmmmmn  -a-iimtntiTiiiitfiiiTnrii-TiiirifiMii-niifiiiMiiiiiiiiii.h������iiiiiiTii i -1       ���������ihil-ihhmim   LiSSSfef5^Wiiffl9!^^^  lW'.VllllJUl���������UIMl.lllll llll������IW ;V.' " A,  5l-ns,"  ~ T*.  c-wi'TJ*' '-,;���������  ������������=-.-   i *rf ���������  1%  *.  IffiS- CRE&TOH   BEVIEW,   CRESTON,  J3.   Ui  il1}!*! 1 mirvfym/nilrtP^mK  The Creston *_t������  ������������������ iMrnxjiu'wrtssefsgi  -riSTF^ara^gai^.rrT^a^atftfai^gsi  'X   S-������-_-S_-���������d ������very  Friday a. Oveatom, Britisi- Co-nrabia, by the Creston Print  :s0 cs.,! ?ta-iU������Ji_E5 Ossipasty, Ltd.  -ass X.-, "W-s-S-.  Editor and Manager.  /S^ _i4wiew is ih������ ucknowIsdi?������d ���������dv---isiag jnedium of ths Oresten vftHey, eir-  : .e^isg la over one tboatauid homes throughout the Oreston district ana  ^S������tohl_.g out in s broad manner into other communities.   Our advertising rates  -������-������d sa ths scsJa ef ths Keote������B<- and. Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  I������-d parchass and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.    -Jisplay f?verM  . tieama^tB, 51 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first wane 1  "tanA 5 cents per line in ������uoc_edittg weeks.   Subscription rates $3.00 a year in:  e&tsasm.  ;������__? color-.*** axe open to coatrtbtttioas dealing in matters of local in:  s?-_6 sstl Ih������ welfare of the cooimunity.    uantafibtstioas mmt be brxex and.  ter_ss  signed.  Ymir district has been given $149,000 in the estimates  made public at Victoria yesterday and as a result will fare  well during the coming months in the lines of new works  aad improvements of the present conditions. The Conservative government under Premier Mc Bride is alive to the  worth of this co.nmi_.l_y and the recognition of its needs will  be greeted with great satisfaction by the residents. The major portion of the credit for the substantial appropriations for  this Valley and the rest of the West Kootenay must be placed where it rightfully belongs - on the shoulders of James  H��������� Schofield, M. P. P-  /���������CT.  &        fl  \ /OU will make   no   mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  . The Leading \ the  Creston  Hotel,      Travelling  S rr x r   j. jlh   - snen  -win  substantiate  this.    We  1 liotet of the g    ,   _      , c        r  ��������� j ��������� 1  study  the  comfort of our guests.  Fruit    Belt j The rooms are well furnished in  I a manner up-to-date  y  Our  Guests \  ~ -      -5   .1      Headquarters for Mining Men,  &      "  ivumoermeu,   jvAucliers,   1 outlets  and Commercials.  cme carrg in stock linolin.f  0uitar anb Banjo strings, 1  3f tbcre .0 antfbtno $ou want in tbe i*?m\c  %iwc vobfcb we bo not stock we will orfcer it for *>  _?���������  ������0i. Specially.  /tSb.  Wtt U-><.-i    iii.  Probably  no one act of the Mc Bride  government has  icr������ general satisfaction throughout this Province  than has the railroad policy -which the Chief Executive introduced before the legislature this week.    British  Columbia's  ^ehief needs at present are roads and railroads and Premier  >Mc Bride has started out to  give full consideration to the  .-������'������������������-  -r.^du ������fWery section.    His policy involves the expenditure  ���������pi some $40jOoo,ooo and the actual carrying out of the pro  fects will mens a stimulation of trade and an era of prosperity which will be felt by every resident in this Province.  While Creston Valley will not be benefited directly by  the mew lines that are to be constructed, the Kootenay s as a  whole will be ssnt ahead in the  general progression that it-  B. Moran  '   "."-"M     " 1 11 .,    , 1   .1      .������������������ T,   ,.���������     ,-������������������.���������     .    _      - ..���������������������������T..i',    1 "���������'������������������.'. ,".,.   ,y..  .'.'    ,'.'���������    . ...in-n-iir.,    i'm .v  Kootenay River to  carry  produce from  up the ^aliey to  Nelson and down  the Lake.    This will be of immense im-  ranchers in this district if some provision is  A the  business in this Vallev as will no  jsgu-a-i:  ���������_____?  Creston Drug&Book Co.  Phone 51  portance to t  made, for  the care o  ������������������������. j������^ jtm^.  ���������9ESE-BSSSS--  ���������EK  .-S-Bsssas:  _^^__-__-_S3-fS  @������i_.._-:ss_^^fe&fe^  8  ->���������������  3 3 0-SO-=wi9  Si  . KB ��������� B V a   ������    ... >������% S  eed "talis  ������a,*-aro ei*w o ���������  (Best ������quipped Livery in Town)  The latest styles of  ���������t*  ���������04  ^   All cHss of TURNOUTS stipplied at short notice,  .'-...-. -I    Tv*B  doubt be done.    Creston": welcomes boat lines, railroads and' 1 gutters and buggiss for sale and hire.  Saddle B^n-cfc hora__������  ! ty Speciality.  roads and  will give them its fullest support.     It i$ also said j 1 Feed for sale.      Agent tot the MoLanghlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses; fcr sale  *.u~*.  (.u.4 4O   r>   r>   :������   a     : <���������*��������� ���������        a       *L- '���������'���������'���������������������������*.    1      r ^      tt*ti ��������� -������ lam prepared tofill"all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all t-S-aa    "$'  that the t. r. R. is aesmous of getting  control  of the Hill ������ .- .    e ���������     , . ;.   ������ ���������, *.   *    . IM   &  & & |������?   at any hottr of the day or night.   Commercial men and landaeekors, -will    &  brrnch that now traverses the Valley.     This above all things S receive prompt attention  Creston does  not want  to see.    Competition is  the life of | ��������� W   ' v*S  trade and eventually  it will be seen that competition in this 11 ph one 56  Valley will mean the commercial life of Creston.  Sirdar Avenue  eath, Prop  4-  -SoxH  %a_^<am--ai������94-4_������-is-54aaaas*_^  _,^M_,^.^^M������^^M>M,^w^M^^iMM^^^MBM--i>_-a_8ai8a-BBB8W*>_*'l^|^*^w>*,*^T,^*^**B^^*****^*,^  TOTilBllill   _,si������&in  i-A f������V,  ���������44.4. '.V   ������  The new policy for one thing will shorten  ih* route to the Coast and that will be an advantage in all  iihes of tr<&de. Its commercial importance is easily recognizable is this Valley. The agreements entered into at this  tiige also give the Mc Bride government a control of the  rates and this is of vast ^orth to the people.  ;   In presenting his policy to the legislature Premier Mc  Bride took occasion to score James J. Hill and his dilatoriness  of action in this Province.    Probably at no place has this  ������  lack of aggressiveness been felt more than in this Valley.  The Kootenay  Valley line which traverses the Valley was  built at the same time that the C. P. R. came through here  but beyond the actual building little else has been  doue.  There has been no attempt to reach out after business ��������� no  making of business , like that which has characterized the  Hill policy ia the States.   If it were not for the fact that tne  litse taps the richest Valley in British Columbia it is rather  hard to see just why it exists.   Certainly the Great Northern  officials are asleep in this one instance.   They could develop������  the K. V. into a money maker which would equal if not surpass their branch lines on the other side of the line.    Railroads never figure on making  profits on their trackage unless they go after business and cater to both the travelling  public and to the shippers.   That is their business.    But  there has been little effort on the part of the K. V. to do  anything in this Valley.    Creston is going ahead and the  i������ihc������d& should advance with it.    The K. V. is doing a good  business now in the line of carrying out poles and lumber.  They could increase this with a very little effort.   The line  taps an equally rich country across the line and yet nothing  ist being done there.    Something should be doue to wake the  Hill lines up to the fact that they are allowing business Lo  slide away from them.  Creston wants two railroads. It wants competition be-  twetn its common carriers. It does not want the Great  Northern to keep on going back. It would like to see the  K. V. advance. Each year Creston is becoming more and  * snore of a factor iu the commercial world. The Valley will  triple its output each year during the next five according to  -he iitwa *-*r ^.zc^xzzzizzL in the f^f-tHH- ^nrl the Kooteuav  Valley .Railroad should be ready to care for this output.  It is rumored that another  boat  is to be put on the  leaning Smokv Larao Ohlmnevs and Old Burners,  %t ��������� w. 5 ... ������������������.    0 ������������������������������������������������������    . ,,  Our New Lamp Burner will give light six tiui.s a.   much as the old style  lamp burner, and a  clear white   lights  You can turn light as high     as you want to���������it is impossible to smoke the chi nriey. You can burn lamp in room-  all night. No bad smell from the Kerosene. Gives a steady even light, does not hurt the eyes, burns any grade ���������  of Kerosene oil, uts any No. 2 lamp, no mantle to break, no black chimney to wash every day, always clean, BurKcr,  will last several years���������made of the best steel and brass.  UARANTEE  Send us 35 ccuts in coin or money order, and we will send you one of these  burners  prepaid.    You use burner  |5odays and if you dou't say it is the best lamp burner you ever saw, and you are   not well pleased,   just    write  us   a  [postal card stating you are not satisfied with burner aud we will promptly return y >tir money-   Tills is the beyt bur-  Iner yet.     All we ask is for you to give us a trial.   We guarantee burner to give salisfa .tion one year   or give yo*a a  luew oue free.    W e will send 3 burners prepaid for $x.  '���������^'.'WWIlS  srs'.t'B'yutTTrff!-���������������������������������������������''-,  mmMmmmmmm  I  8!  HI  I  1  NATIONAL LIGHT .10 , No. MO  iinr.igu,   Ivlhh.g.'iii.  QlWTMtMI-iN 5  Enclosed find 35 centH lor wl ioh mmd  mo ono of your Whito LIrIiI. Lamp Bur*  now por your AdvertlHomonfc, with un-  dflL'Htn-ndlDg I can uho Bm-iwr CO diiyi-  aiid it I urn not woll ploncnd v/ith .....if  ���������ny monoy will be rotitrncil.  ^rumo   Tovvnl , ������������������  Nuuio of   Cii.n.iH ul' jimi' City  HAT!.  wi   ta  uifirniii  Wniilliiiiiinntii  Hi  .!g������i'������ '.'" il'iiiill mt^mmm^1itlHmml  m\\  ���������^���������^i'..^^'1**^ w. -h-^^--������*-^,i������<fe^u������j--w--������������""������"niviiiiiiii  Wffn|M||iTBBff^W-ll-HWIWW  .I."   *.'-T,"^!. ,l^rt4wTT���������*r?PI> 4, ,,  ss  "S^^^^^^^l^^^f^ii^^^^^ ��������� ������4.������4m������M!  C=il  am;*88.'  ir.T-t9eJirri.������^vr  S'EESEKl  - "BJ -J? H H  S  -MT  r������-_r HOME  OF*  TRANBISN1  SAMPL.&  ������?C O flff S  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  XT^oIci   in   tli**   TCootenavs.  f  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of ffoods.  9   LB XWrnrn im%. m _t ___������ k *mw  -nsor-i  _ _ _---.     _*._������44=4Jsa,jsw_3fi__������!"*_B'_r4S������  _i������|7 SSjOh  AND  asa5a=El of three certain Judgments 'obtained  -_, ������.v.:r~ ^ri-ais actions in this Honourable Court between  Paul^PaiiWJ Plaintiff (Judgment Creditor) and International  Lumber & Mercantile Company Limited, Defendants (judgment Debtors.) "'���������  TAB. KOIICB^.%!^^S^S .^.eSc?^^  f������ fttfDi jrt p  ������_?  4_P5������������B   B.&. - ta  ft  B  1  !(  invnta ar  .'?;MI?:;r,'?i.s  .ymmiy  a-^-*-S^-fe???^f^:?3:  '," V'"-:,\ \v.'.    ������������������''���������tT!.;*'.������������������'������������������.���������-���������-������ -;������������������ S4*v,-:";,*':  i'/ii.:- '���������:.������������������-:?. ci.. -f-;y--r^i'-$^ |^S^^  ;^J?^^^j~_J^y���������_��������� ':.,-.T- ��������� a. ^',T"i  j_J������W __*-4.a _-_������ - *������"��������� a������a���������*���������������������*--��������������������������� **���������  And Reap Dollars*  J-_$&2_1  f'S^lslsOTi  ���������x.iiii'ffife-itSJ&alJ  !L,-i'.^.'Ss!'rt.i?4������4i������ss?i  t,;.;s:a?>ka"������;.;bj&;s  :$yy*^y\i'fo%tBgB  ;i;>?;:t'"?3'i'(^'ffl':������OH_l  ��������� ���������" T?:.'v'v?.^:i,;igirsfep������pfs  .'v.*. .-f 5,i'������vt JT,;r;\i; h ^���������B____H  ���������^;w'A~^.*���������''*������/;.���������'Vi-.*'B_______  Herein.   ������~v-   _, --j.    -_������������*.^i*-;--.-������ f-n-raflnAr fTl  The property to hs sold i. Sab*-* 11. 14 and 15 of District .Lot 4592, Group 1 ������������^ 11  *UB *     * _ *    . . . . . - __ _eno tlmnnn 1  Kn-tallPV District C0U,!-1������"B Oil.*- S���������="������ ������   rs������nn.   I 1  Th. prep.rtjr to ��������� add i������ S-b-iots11. M ������~ W ol BiaMot Lot 45SS, G������������pl ^^^^Ktimb^r .Win*w- I j  Creston, B.C.  l,DKootent.y District. \  _    , t    . , tt_ _, thft .Tud������nen- Debtors is the Intemationai,,  The name o������ tho Judgment orecii-or is -rt-ui ^. r.uia-u ������������.������ v.,- --<  -,  Luraber & Mercantile Compauy, Limited.' _..,,. -n^^tt nfc 45<*3 Group 1 are re^steredl in tfe I  Suh.LotB 11,14 ar,d 15.Suh-Lot-6.Bnd sufc-lot ^^f^8^^^^ over the said Lot,  name of the B.O Southern RailwayOempany und the 3t^w^^J^^Kot the same subject to the carrying out o  Ld are entitled to eall o������ ^B^^^^ Railwtiy Company over said Sub-Lots  the terms or tne Agreement for ������-.- ��������� ^-ouwe .  fltandine on sub-lot 1 of Lot 459a ana ox  Call  or  send for   our  New  Pamphlet which is  I* 44 ** _.Y._. ���������_- X. ._4-I���������-4  run oi useim lUjioiiMt-t-v-x  {ot Fruit Growers etc.  i  LT_K (LIB feWlV HH B  X      ft  e_r_.^t9SB������-i  nr������-.^-v&* +tiehftadl.r.e that appeared in The .Review 'recently- In the account o f the fire ������  says they carried  HB-eja^Si i!SB3  Si  i a_ai  ���������   ������-r-'   ���������  Are your  -JO-Ke and  buildings protected?   If not see me at once  GUY  terms of the Agreement for Sale ana pus-ium*. sianwu UJ vuv .���������.   The Judgment debtors ore alse the awaiers of the timber now  growing   and standing on sub-lot 1 of liot 4592 and oo  S-xtvLot lg. oi District .uot 4002, Graup 1, Sootexiay District, and Lot 362> Group 1 Kootenay District.  The whole of the said property above described including the said timber is subject to tne following judgments re I j  covered by tbe above named Flaintiff against the above named Defendants in the Supreme Court of British Columbia u  namely:���������Jud.gment of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated the 33th day  of December, 1909,  for th������i sum ol |  ������44,241 64 for debt and costs, registered on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1909 andre-registered on the 11th day of Deo |  ember, A. D. 1011; Judgment for $16,415.97 dated the 29th day oi June, A. D. 1910 and registered tbe 1st day of   Jul.  1910; and Judgment for $8071.84, dated the 26th day of October A. D. 1910 registered ths 6th day of February. A. D. 1911  / It is Iutsuded ihat the sale shall take place at the Sheriff's office at the Court House in the City of Nelson iu the Province of British Columbia, on Monday the 12th day of February A. D. 1912 at the hour ot 8 o'ciook in the afternoon.  DATED the 31st day of January, A. D. 1912.  J. A. Harvey, S. F. Tuck,  Solicitor for Paul A. Paulson, -Jndament Creditor. Sheriff of South Kootenay.  POSTPONEMENT  The above sale ispostooped until Monday, 19fch day of February 1912 at the same place and time.  S. P. Took,  Sheriff of South Kootenay,  JB.C  HJ.S  Limited  CRESTQN  Head Om.es  CALGARY; VANCOU  VER;    EDMONTON.  ��������� *?:wfe!  ,������.SVtKS  ���������XXi>Xmm  XX2X$M&  ���������yy :av������4<sH.E'  y-yyyywg  Mi$X0M  ���������-���������.\'TV,..lv.*������i������i  .'. y ]yy^ i1??*^  ytyxMm  y22:MjM������  yyy:������<%&  :,.yy',y.y>"ii  ?y;,-.^&ssi  Amir  -inn a ft  3  mm )  W. Mobbis Prop. I  a   WOMI   F&&M   HOAvis  i  The  Week-End Holiday  Resort of East Kootenay  Pore No  LOWENBERG  ORESTON.   B.O.  P O. Hex  .. __    .     .... ,-xi- a~~ nt iv/TarM. 1912 at the same place and time.  The above sale is further postponed u������������.U ^onaay tu- aw ������������j ��������� g ,p ^^ gheriff o������ gouth Kootenay.  i   .        I  1 Best of Fishing and Hunting |  SIRDAR    -    H.O- I  a i  Ii  Of Vancouver, B_ C.  jn__    fl 4.4  i ne fitf-iis.- ^uiumuic. nui ovi -4_������ yj . ���������������., ai  e������M+ ---.^.^-^-fl.-.Aiw     B     1^ _!  Have iust received an 8o page illustrated  and descriptive  catalogue of   their fruit  , trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is tree  for  -.i.,��������� ���������'������.vi--cr i-o inteiidin^  Dianters. __ m  *    j^^-fr *���������-. -vi������i o^^e ���������- to W. S. Watson  gg |  Appie direct *._������ -.uis _**__v.*s ^������  -v  ..   *-_������ _,_ ������  at Creston, B. 12.      .  A TR5.\tU ORDER will convince the most  ������ ii critta-f of the superiority of our one year old  SI.JS tress on three year roots. ���������  BI IB    4-JL.U        ������g.    mt."  mm r������^������IM.g*������������i- <S_?������i*��������������� J <}*������--,  I    I"     BSt& OB* **m _V������W-a������������P0-������4_f������  ^m^Hmmm*mm������ ^  3d*&3 7tSs Awe* Wm Vattcwuw&F, *������* ^-  tendM������Bt.roofingpas^rat.Sa ������m^.^���������- -   ^- ^ Ri^ ^i Meadow Oieok aad their eonteitatar.es;  reader the BlTera and Streams Act ������-<������*. *��������� JL ���������id defendant eompany.     ���������  together with aU other erigiMe goods aad ohat els o. the ���������>"^������ ^ oi^ ^ Netaon, B- c��������� 0B  AU ot whioh I sh^ e,r *-������?������������"������������ o^r^tteZon.  M<md,ythel3thday,tFebraaryl91.a.thehonrofT Polioe office, Creston. et the office  An approximate inventory of the goooe aao ���������=��������������������������������������� ��������� ~ s������"d may  .. ���������t. ���������������..��������� u���������t������w. Oreston and at my office in Kelson, B. O.  Terms of ssle cash. '    ' S. P. Tuck,  Dat2d at Oreston, B. C, 1st Feoruary, 1912 Sheriff o������ South Kootenay,  POSTPONEMENT  - ���������.,   , a mnh.<,a.r iQi-2 at the same nlaoe and time.  The ahove sale is postponed uutil Mouoay, i-.u u_y - . ,  -- - S.P.Tuck, .  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  ,. .. m, *     i-     -     -.-.--.w-.-.   k.1nn**> *.������\(rl    -".lvV-A  Ths above sale is further postponed until Monday tne i������n dn, o* - -g  p ^^^ gheriff Qf gouth Kooteaay.  i  Starfee^ _l Co. I  5  Wi-olesalc  Provisions,   Produce?   Fralt  General Commlmion Merchant-  NELSON        - f  w;:''; -:A.'Jiw  "iTTTTT^Sl.^,.  ���������'���������'���������'.; t-t-'.'S  "?;-,%v^I  yyiV!%&  :y2mm  ..���������;���������: T!..-.4*3^Jt  ���������-..vi:ii.*������S4*.  '.''.".TT.; .^'14^  ???^.T;.4?#Tf  ���������iiX&M  "v:?t:'-.;i.jg.,_l  X ������*'.&<2fcyj>$?.  ym$M  $ yiyy^im  ... -it.s T;iaij..|  &?������||pi  ;'?"'?sy^rf'^l  -���������������������������- yyysty  T??^l  Electric Restorer for f&en  i !!_______*__������_Slt?K^7?IS^^^^^  I vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  L vreakasss averted at once- Mfc-splumol will  i make you a new man. Prico Oabox^orlwgjdt.  I   is.   Ms ~ "~  i JtX������.������B������  !  jfSu a new man./Pricft^abo^rtrMldt,  [ailed to any address.  T_-_ Boo_������U _>������-_������  AT g^ HESS ouUS t$Sv^  ,fi CSPTC  U'lUbra HDUui  SeriatorDunlsLp and'^Parsons *Beauty.  Iwo of tho most hardy and productive Varieties. Propagated under tne  most favorable oouditions from the R. M. Kellogg strain of pedigvee plnn'o.  Price 910 00 per thousand F. O. E. "T^ynndal. 10% dieoouut ou aU ordets  xvitii omittance iu full Teceived tefore March 20th.  mqmmm^Mmmmmmm'm*mmt0''mimwmmtmmjmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmj^..mmmmmmmoKm^^  w*   _ S_^S������__55St--4y---,-,M'.  mp muni, sbif  tiouse-Lold Goods,Implemeiits  > etc., as follows;  | WJONRAU WiGES^i  I ���������'���������      *** ' '    ���������'    -        i   ���������������������������imiiim  ii"   L. wm ��������� - '- "--���������������-'"-"'������������������   Sffl33S5HSSEJ-tSa-tfi^^  ttfiy NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to His Nome aor WQOks.  ���������*^^���������- "lToavy work, oovovc- titrolnlnp and evlllmbltn In y������wtli brouRht-. ou  YnriooHO Vuiiih.    Nv'hvn i >,������.������:ii^ l:as\l tUc n.c'imtr would bocowv-  . RAvoru nnd 1 wm oti on laid up for n. woelc��������� w. ������'. timo.    My tinnity  11hyftlttlc11.tol1im_uuoinimtlor4wna1y1y1-ulyl10TKv-.but. I .Ir-iidoa It.  tried uoviirol f pculf.U-jin, Tint, poon fouml rnifc nl. vh-.v wantiiu wi-hmy  mouoy, 1 oommonccd lo lode upon (ill dactom _h nttla bolter than  l-ogiitjH. Oho dny my hoiw n������Uo;l iao -why I Man ol. -wovlt eo m\������*n and  I told lilrn my omuUtlon. llor-Jvlncd mote (\onmilt-, brii. Kouhody &  Konnody,ualioliaU,l;il:on i.v.������:������t.m<*nli from tlina. JilmfwlC and knnw  Wvoy woro n.vitvro tvad (ilclil^.'.l. I wi-oto tlmn and got Thb Nkw  S-ttTnonVn-vrtiRHV. My propirotm wn.R Bonwswbat bJo\v and duiiiiR  tha <lrnt ivionlH'h.truutmont I \vjio oom<\who,fc dteoonwiiort. llowo.or,  X continued tvr-atmcut, for tliror. mwu-.-hn lon<r������r iv.Tid who rewarded  wltUooomplotogui'o. lonuld only onrn. Sjilvi n -vrrtok In a maoliino  Hhon bnforo tri^tintmb, now J. nm ������>nrninoc pa. und puvor loose ft day.  1 wwU aU auttcr-r- Iwow of your valuable ieuntm piu.. ^   'xw\   ���������/(-    . ilKMHY 0. LOCUST.  HAS  YOUR   BLOOD   BEEfN   DISEASED?  Mlibo]0 POU'SOMS ore tho swob, piwwilont. and raont hm-Io-iib dliJsaooiJ. !Thoy..iJap tlio  very Uf������ Wool of tbo vliiUm aud umc_-entir_iyttra(Uciil i-cl (Vo������a tiio oyotMn will eaupo  *or(i>u������c6nipiroatlom4. .lowaro ot Moroury, It may uupprowi tha ntymjitom-���������our NKw  METHOD ouros all blood dlueu_e_.  Y0UN0 Olt M1DPI.I, AOED MfflN.���������Imprudent aot������ or Ufrer orcemm- liavo broken  down your system. ."Vou feol tho Bymptomn fi.'.Aalln������r over vou.   JU. itally, phy-lcaUy and  -itAii*/vou are not the xuau you ubch! to bo or ahoulcl bo. wiu youli������..d tho danger Blgnalut  i Aro you a victim? Ilavo you lont hope?  Areytnu Intomllaic to mnrnrf Haa  , your Mood b<wn dlnna-wdf    Havo you nay vro.iUncs-.*    our New JiCTnon   ���������__s Vm ouro you,   Wbat it lu-a donw for *..t no. ������������������. lt v.-:'.l ������'.c toy yon   Cnn������������lutlou  Vttm.  No matter who bM trowed you. iviltft for nn noraent ontaiou Fi*a.������l'CU-wo.  B������ok������Fr������4--,,4loyliood, Manhood, Vathurhood."   (llluutratod) on bl.naiin-of Mun.  fid '--:������������������ . .nmm.e_t ������<r.MeiPWT.  PRIVATE.  No J.W.I ������l������  ttei-M  FKEK  TheJ 1913 Edition of that popular and  indispensable booklet, "5000 Facts about  Canada", compiled by Frank Yoiith, the  widely known writer and lecturer, aud  author of "ThtwiRh tho Hear tot Canada", -B uo������v out aud is replete with new  matter,  iriolnding   an'outline map o.  Canada, a calendar and the new Census  figures.   In oompaot loinii is found n  weath of facts aud figures oftheDomin-  . ion that will prove a revelation of our  '.natural' resouroos  nud  growth.   'The  mass of information, .gathered with  in-  formaiiou, gathered with Infinite pains,  should be in the hnuds ot every ivitolli-  guut Cauadlmj, and the -wide Side and  oopnlin'ity of  the publication is easily  understood.    Oopia>i may bo had fo^r 2B  oeutn from iho Canadian UW.s Publish  lug Co. 607 Spad.na Ave. Toronto.  Dr. de Van's Female PUls  A celiabl- French regulator; never falls. These  piiis are ex.-ouingly P_wCr������-! In regulating the  smeratlve portion of the female system. lisfuse  aU cheap Imitations. 5>r. deTaa'K are sold at  ������B a box, or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  Th* Boo_.ll Dmic Co... St. Cftttutrln-*. Ont,  i Cook Stove.  -.Heaters.  2 Lamps [150 and 500 cau-  dle-power] and tank with 75  to 100 feet of wire pipe [Ann  Arbor Liglitin g system.  1 Studebaker sle'J.  1 Studeboker wagon, brakes  and double box.  1 Rug 9x9 feet.  2 Iron beds.  ���������'���������' % Matresses.  3 Springs.  2 Cross cut saws.  i Nearly new harness.  Lot of stove pipe     Manito  bo seed potatoes, extra  took  ers, 3 cts.,   per pound in 160  lb sa't.'ks.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston    Wine    &  Spint Go*  S. Pool*,* Prop*  }*J������iHi*T  p-^-.'-jioyiiocK., wiw.v������������i ���������^-������������������_     - PRIVATE. Np ������������������������'��������������� ������������  DRS KENNEDY ,kKOi  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  SECTION 40  NOTICE ia hereby given thafc on t.vi  Twfi.ty-Hlxlh dny of Fol������vn.u*y next  101.5, appUealion will bo made to the  Snparlntcrulehtor PvovhM'ialPnllcft.for  ' 1      trinitM't.'-      nf      tho     Jirc?'.*'"       fi-'  he Kiile o| |ii|tioivhy n;;.u,i| in ;i.������<i. u;-  | '.i|i'   ii.'cihIn.m   k".m^-n   n������   tIn*    Hurt  Hotel, iiiluiil.e nt', (.I'lMit.on,   llvi./)-...   ''u  luinbin   I'l'iu   W'X.n.   IT   i'.' n . ��������� m ���������������  t he (!.'e������   >u '1'iMilinj,  C'i������ui|)'Hiy  J/tnil  r.,1,  |Ca-������ll   or Bankable   Note  Ses O. P. WlSLER, '  Creston B. C.  Sa-M#49 ami  I Harness  R&pairtn&  A SF>l������OtALTY  Dealer in   h;gi    class  boots and siioes.  ,11 i..(t������r- frnin rnnn'ln nti'.st 1>c ftddreBSe't-  toour Canadian Cotr-_pc.1acHCCiJt.pui4- m  rnmmmmm    StStin Windwr, Out.   X1 yo������ ^f*}" |<1  mXu in our Wiudeor oIT.cch w-lcU ,5���������,,;������^^.^ ������������������ lollowr*:  ...... . *_.. ..,������. ���������.������������������._     mmmmmmmmV  i  M.I   i\.   IV "till.,  nun  THE.  CANADIAN  BANK,  OF  COMMERCE.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDIT.!. LAIRD, Gcnboal Manaogs.  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 ktiST, -   $8,000,000  farm::rs' business  Tho Ganudian Bank ot* ('��������� mnujT-l cxtuudrt lo Fannern  every facility  for the transnetion of their  ������ar.ir������nv; buninesu incUicHi.j; the discount and  '".ollcction ot" sales notes.    .....uilc t-:������l,s notou are supplied free of chaijje  a application,  .BANKING   BY   MAIL  ��������� t i '-iv   Dr.i'H-li oi'  ������.4.  i in;  ^���������4ll44i.,.,4. 4-4.4.-. .  i-'i'V  VV.    11   .1->II'������'-'  Ml,.  M.ujtifc;oi-.  r.niiiuav.- to I1- <'!���������'��������� ������������������������������"  ' ,     .irm...nt.j of the  H:mU s bn:.iness.  i1?"!^��������� KSTJlir^Su^r- to*.. *.,���������.. -_-t������t*v������y -  U  ������1_;    111''; * .iii dfcw-JI  ,. - -.er iiMinl visit to the Bank.  ��������� "^^s__^r*^T   *  if   ^Wig-tfg:igsyr'       ���������*{_  ^4������^^^S--i^  per aumam creD'ited mlhlf,  on. S-Mti^ ^bs^^^i  JtiMVdlC{j>-.e 6>  >S;5-ZIt_%4^  ii ni  "    '..j ' '   ������ *MWt  Wc mvest w(me^forcl\eiit3  w. first mort^esS _oa  ������e \iAin^ Your saving accn'l  $ \f you arc not wmfr %  ^TemfitiC-IlT.���������* *** *������������������������*-  4mmett������5li(3WWttHUi3.  '-ri* ea8\lyT-ai-3leJ. ���������  "VouSiTi!aeu<). V E.mtf,  r   F>ost Glflcc + wrgj  |  Or_erorRei\3l[crco^>r  I  laetkr &^wffl.5\awa\5  can, be made ��������������� ��������� ,���������>"��������� *  n-������. a^r \i/ay you wwh.  Ware RqpwfciWe  otto ax_ytme\ft^  VMGOUVeRr  Write uaalwMto-Jay  Boittibw!!!!!  ^HT    _iu,4   mu\.   -_-������>  4Ah  ������M_, jMk J__fc jMNk JMlk _____L_Hta.^___Ci'  -MHyiHIJWB  KWMII  mtmmmmm  mmmmmm  mmmmmmmmmmtimm.  ^^n^^^ttttjiuui^^t. T   ������T* -?"%  -K&g&y *wS-3 v*0���������������_ ^-Tessas  i tragi's  W'tf'-'y-:-  A toilet delight, with the exquisite |g  sncs  of   fresh   roses.     Makes jg  chapped hands smooth and soft and B.  [keeps them so.    Preserves the most g:  & delicate complexion against exposure  ' ~I to ��������� the severest weather.   Try it���������  | you'll certainly appreciate It.  ln 25c. opal jars, at your druggist's.  B. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO.  Or CSf.fiD&, -UMiTED. 184  MONEY  SUNKEN   HULLS  ii ������ri-  *-_>������> .-tent-.*  su.ro  VAGARIES  OF    LAMP     CKETvfNSVS  ��������� A ,*-,- .-������ 4��������� ���������  ������������������ _3     _-* a I^Cm-vi  Ll..-   Ovf*--  **> AM AAA   !���������*   Tp-i  ������������������������ ���������eao  vVcr ������?.j^mw-_L/----|'*-'   it?    S Twc-  In Her Hold  Evidently fortune hunters these  1 days want something easier than delving at the bottom of oceans, lakes,  etc., for sunken treasure ships. They  have undoubtedly become aware, that  the sea has its own system of retaining whatever it took the trouble to  relegate to Davy Jones' locker, and  as the years go by one hears less and  less of companies organized and pri-  4C ���������������A.,.  ������.4444        *^l*4-,4.  5S      i ,,Wjr  ���������JES  <���������  wooacn i ee.rs.  ^Japanese dentists have introduced  u-ood as a substitute for porcelain and  rhinoceros ivory in the making of false  teeth. The wooden teeth used by the  Japanese dentist are remarkably natural in appearance and in the fine  bluish color peculiar to the teeth of  the Malay race. The teeth are fastened in place by a secret process jealously guarded by its inventor.  m-  SPLENDID WORK  IN PMRY SOUND  5UIGK  CURE  OF  W. S.  BY  DODD'S  KIDNEY  KETTYLE  PILLS  Suffered  for  ten   months,     but    was  cured  by    a single    box.���������Splendid  reputation  of  Dodd's Kidney   Pills.  .   Golden Valley, Parry Sound District,  Ont.   (Special).���������W.  S. Kettyle,  well-  known in. this district; has added his  testimony to the    great    mass    now  coming forward to prove that Dodd's  Kidney Pills cure kidney disease., no  matter where it IS: found or ia what  'form it is found.  "I  suffered  from, backache,  gravel  and headache ���������for ten months,"    Mr.  -.4-������-X -.     \sl     uvv.uvu..  vate parties spending their money and'  time on ventures with such, remote  prospects.  But still there are many persons  who believe in the eventual discovery  of the hiding place of one or more of  + V������4T4C������/4       +4J..4Y44 rt,J_4>       l***tlS ������> ?* i^        j.4/4 .4 J. C. ? .-. |"4 Q  ������ 1-T  4..444^4J^.        V-���������   -.44��������� i-i ,       4^114..       ���������.'W4J.,...!!UM.,44.-.       4.T$U.4V4.^> T.^bUU  we hear of a hopeful who has become <af. t^g, i)ase  possessesed bf "dope" tending to be  an  exact chart of the  location of a  famous sunken bullion ship, and not  long after we hear of him again,    as  returning from a fruitless search for  tnese riches.  There are very few authentic treasure ships which still lie at the bottom  of the ocean and which the more hopeful treasure hunters believe will some  day be discovered. Not the least of  these is the L'Orient. sunk off the  African coast somewhere and reported  to have stowed away in her chests  some  $3,000,000  in gold  and jewels.  Ancient Spanish records are authority for a large number of vessels  lost with priceless cargoes of gold,  silver and jewels, but there is a very  slight chance that any ot them will  ever be discovered. However, expeditions in search of these treasure ships  often prove pleasant and healthy excursions for some enthusiastic hunters  of riches.  It can hardly be said, however, that  sunken vessels do not yield profit,  especially in these days. when. w":a  the improved methods of salvage, tt  is an *asy matter to raise a ship that  is sua... even in very deep water, if  the ; wreckers have knowledge of th_  S4 .��������� 4.��������� .4   4-4. ���������  <��������� 4.1.43 ���������  I4S.UU OT  Srsakir.g Without Apparent Reason.  The wisest hardware man is put to  it to account reasonably for the fashion in which lamp chimneys -will  snap at untoward times. It seems absurd to attribute it to geological formation of the ground, but it IS a fact  that in one house, built on easily vibrating, made ground, ,he student  lamp chimneys would crack loudly in  the middle of the morning when (;the  trolley  car came around  the? ??street  corner, half a block away. They-were,  of the best make obtainableand when  tHe dealer was appealed to he ' said  he was unable to prevent the same  thing happening in the store, -where  the  chimneys  stood  on  the  shelves,  .... p_������g_4^.^���������  UUUi       UUSilCl:  The little,    slender    student    lamp  chimneys seem the more liable to this  ���������t������-t\A    tt u_m   \,ii*?j    liavrj  the habit" it pays to buy them by the  half dozen or dozen, thereby getting  them at a reduction. Then put their,  on the fire in a big kettle of cold  water and bring it to a boil. The  water should cool with, the chimneys  in it. After this wash and lay them  away on a shelf, each, wrapped iii soft  tissue paper. The treatment touyb-  ens the glass and, a clean chimney is  always ready" in case of cmorsoucy. ?2  Not every young housewife knows  that a lamp chimney washed in soapy  water will never look clear. Held  under clean running hot watetr and  wiped quickly and thoroughly there  will be. no cloudiness when It is^llght*  .fid, Soft; old cheesecloth br silkoleen  makes the most perfect cloth for dry-  lug lamp chimneys, and generous  pieces should be kept for that use  alone.  Kettyle states.W^My sleep was broken i . ...������,.,     ���������   ,,     T1 ,  and unrefreshihg and the least exer- j exactlocation of the hull.    It ts saia  ��������� tion would make me perspire freely, j til*t nearly  ' After taking one  box of Dodd's ivid-  ���������*.������.������rt.nlr.     444.J4     Iftcfr     040...1  .COCIO     4C.44.444     4Vrt.     44-4..-  ..   -.    J       .-.4 -_*I 4.W    - .I-.."���������-,?      ,     _-_  yvza.1   dtiu t7St,xiiic������iiLi.S   nit  4.. v*-*-**** **������=������*   *4j.4k,  of  vessel   and   cargoes,     the     figure  reaches approximately $1,000,000.  It  seems,  therefore,  that  the  only  profitable system ot recovering what  is contained ia sunken ships, is that  by   the   up-to-date   salvage  cured  by them of almost every  kid-'i companies.  disease,    including    rheumatism, I     A  great percentage  of  the marine  ney Pills I was completely cured. That  was a year ago and I have had no return of my trouble  since."  Dodd's Kidney Pills havQ done a  ^eat work in this district. Numerous  people can be found who have been] employed  444.-P  ney _ .  lumbago, dropsy and Bright's disease.j losses   is   surterea   on   v ������e  They are looked upon by all who use! Great Lakes.    Never a summer pass?  them as the one sure cure for kidner' es but there    is    Innumerable    ship-  disease * j wrecks  on  these  treacherous   lakest  ���������������������������'���������'  ! ^* this trrltiss there. Is a vessel lyiu.?  ThereXvrizr m    no   occasion   in   a | just outside the harbor of Buffalo, the  ehort   time   for'Prince   Rupert, the I Richardson, -srhich sank in a gale    a^  Pacific  terminus  of the G.  T. P.  to i couple of years ago when wuhia fou.-  Attacks of cholera and dysentery  come quickly, there seldom being any  warning of the visit. Reissedial actioti  must foe taken just as quickly if the  patient is to be spared great suffering  and permanent injury to the lining  membraues of the bowels. The readiest preparation for the purpose is Dr.  J. D. KeHogg's DyaeiUei-y Cordial. ^ It  can be got"at small cost at any; drug  store or general dealer's, and it will  afford rslit'f before a doctor can be  called.  import its  supplies of cement    rrom i miles *.u Us** otea-tv-^ali.  Victoria. I     Her cargo of flax was  valuable  2**M*  .England,  uermany  or even   Victoria, l  as last? summer, there was discovered i itself, and tempting sums were otfeir-  near Shames, B. C, which is also on ed to salvage firms if they would rt  the line of the great Transcontinental   cover the vessel and her cargo,    tae  Railway, a large deposit of lime stone  that is considered perfect for the manufacture of cement. This should  prove a powerful ..stimulus to the  building  boom   ia  Prince  O..-.������������������ 4V  XVU^CiL.  whole being valued at many thousands  of dollars, but so far all efforts have  availed the wreckers nothing, and  cost tremendously.  A Good Reason  A certain bus driver, who hail?been,  pointing out the sights of London to  two of his men passengers, discovered  much to Ms discomforture, that they  were trying to make him the laughing  stock of..the 'bus. Determined to pay  them back, he pointed out & church,  and informed them that the vicar  would not bury any one who lived in  his parish. "Is that so," replied the  gentlemen, "and .how is that, pray?"  "Because." replied the driver, "they  ain't dead?' y ��������� ��������� -...yy,-. .���������? y?v. -  I-ET  yOOf*������Y  JtSf  j7  THE BUGABOO OF BAKE DAY  nr  /  1  >  t. ne exeat.  MOONEY  DU1K OI  ���������_-������ _**V* 4-     ���������*. 4-  MAKES LIFE DREARY IN MANY A HOME  hoino baking Is no ionuer ueeessary. "Le.  do it."  your o-wn   door  MOONEY'S BISCUITS are made  door and are on your grocer's shelves  as fresh aa they leave the oven.  Thoy are the only biscuit which comes to your table fr_������h  enough to take the placa of your own home baking.  IVSOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA B8SCUITS  tfl^l'':**^>^aBll^i^H<^*^i|V--^Ha|4|>Mw-4������^_-__--______^_n������____M___-_____a__i-_i  are sold iu air-tight packages���������or sealed tins. If you hav������  .sieve, used them you have & delightful treat in store;  MOONE-Y'S are made in Winnipeg,  m Western biscuit for Western people,  -���������_-"��������� <f__rk   *"_.-.���������__.���������a     !_-������������������_.-  Ttie readers oi this paper will be pleased to leant  *-*-.*. *ha--H-   .a   a*   lA.^*f   nriA   rfv-.n-44r.sk*!   ������II-a*-_.   **������>������.   *--,.���������_-_._.  fK������*aV   WUv������w    **���������   .mm    tuivAl,    vr^au    *��������� a.������<������_*��������� 4^1*    UU-^-*W4*u     ������ug)v   m.tvit-0  gso heen able to cure la all its stages, a&d tbat b  Cstarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure 18 tbe only iKWitivt)  cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh  being; a constitutional disease, requires a rooatltu-  tlssa! treatnsent. Hall's CatftrrS Oiro fe������ taken internally, s.ct'ag directly upoa tho blood and mucous  Durteces of the system, thereby destroylni? tbo  .utiu-ution of the disease, a.id k1v!ck the pst'.enS  ntrength by building up tbo constitution and auslst-  ing nature ln doing its work. The proprietors havo  JO much ffllth In its curntivo powers that they offer  One Hundred Doliarn for any enso that ii iuila io  ������_re.   Bend for ILit of U������tIraonlaia.  Address F. J. CHENKY * CO . To|.������do, O-  Bold by nil DrurelBtB. 75c.  1a3m Uall's Family Pills for wnnupatlon.  Mamma's Mistake  .   "How cold your nose la!"  These words came from the daughter of the house, who was sitting ia  the parlor with her beau.  "Is Towser in the parlor again?"  demanded her mother from the next  room.  There was a long pause.  "No mother, Towser isn't In the  parlor."  And then silence resumed Its reign.  Mlnard'8   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Black List of Women  "Women now provide a disproportionately large part ot the habitual  drunkards," says the head consfnble  of Liverpool, England. Thus, during  1910, In tho clasB of three or more convictions within twelve months were  133 men and 184 women. And in the  class oi Blx to sixty convictions (all  told) thevo were 733 men and 774 women. For two years the "black Hat"  In Liverpool has consisted solely of  -women.  ,j,..������;.-,������ii^ ;, ���������'���������<*    ...u ���������.'  T  has helped countless  thousands of thin, weak,  delicate children���������made  them strong, plump  and robust.  It creates an appetite,  aids digestion, .ills the  veins with rich red  Hood.  After illness or lots  of  weight from  any  n~,..44   !��������������� 1U������n.W4.,.������i  4-1 mmm4wH4������H  and tH<M.h quicker than  ciaything ������tlt������u  Paper Bricks and Sarley Bullets  While thare is nothing like linen  for paper-making, many other things  will serve ss substitutes. For instance: Patents have been issued in  various countries for the manufacture  of paper from barley, oats, rice, Indian  corn, peas, beans, alfalfa, ramie, pine-  needles, sugar cane refuse, jute, moss,  seaweed, tobacco, lichens, the leaves  and bark of trees, beets, potatoes, and  A/M      ^m    ^m*rm1"\'w    ������t^u;a ���������_?.__.   **-*���������** *mr* T-n.     VY.������-.C"4-  uiuci    o������^U.u_Aa7   .,o---------*-e������*-   w-������-**a0,      ���������***   ���������*--������������������--"-'*���������  cases the price of manufacture is excessive when we consider the quality  of the product. The great bulk of our  paper���������not the best, but that most  commonly used���������Is made, as most people know, of the wood of certain coniferous trees, chiefly spruce and laro'i.  Paper can be made from nearly anything, and nearly anything can be  made from paper.  With compressed paper are made  wheels, rails���������cannon, horseshoes,  polishevB for gems, bicycles, and ash-  phalted tube3 for gas or electric wires.  With wood-pulp and zinc sulphate  there has been an attempt in Berlin,  to make artificial bricks for paving.  After subjecting them to a pressure of  2,000 tons per cubic centimetre, they  aro baked for forty-eight hour. In  similar fashion are made roofing-tiles  and water-pipes. Telegraph polos  made of rolled sheets ot paper are  hollow, lighter than wood, and resist  weather well. "���������  In .Tapan they make, of paper, clothing, window frames, lanterns, unbrel-  las, handkerchiefs, artificial leather,  etc. In the United States, and even  in Germany, ara made paper coffins.  In Germany they make paper him-els,  vases and milk bottles.  Straw hats may now be bought into which enters not an atom of etraw.  Thev are made ot narrow paper strips,  dved yellow. Artificial sponges are  niade of cellulose or paper-pulp. Mr.  Calvloz has taken out a patent for  pnper thread to be used in sewing  shoes, and Chardonnett's artificial Bilk  is limdo on a basis of paper-pulp.  The use of paper in industry may  ho indefinitely extended. Tt is om-  nlovod to nmko imitation porcelain, for  bullets, shoes, bill lard-table cloth,  saila, boards for building, impormo-  ablr* hags for cement and powdered  HUbstancoH, boatn and vckhcIb for water There has oven been made a pa-  nor clove, which In nnld to have stood  the flro well. CelluloRO may bo used  to prepare a waterproof coating that  may he applied lilcr* paint. Wholo  hoiiHOH have been built, of papor; In  Norway thoro is a church holding 1.000  I personH. built entirely of lt, even to  j Uic belfry.    i Ready for tho Warden  I To make m.ro that, the hoy wan  not dlHohoylng tMo hasn fishing law,  ��������� ho gamo warden took tho string of  | fluh out of tho water and found only  I cntriHli, perch and wuckorn'on tho line.  I a few foot farth.ir down the utroam  | ho found a hurto hlault bans wiggling  on u liirlutf weighted down with a  ntori_, and aultod tho boy what ho wiih  ^,>;.,f4-   ...|th   <hr*   firth.  "W.'ll, you moo,' unHworndtho boy,  "hn'H been taking my halt all morning,  nnrl ho I Juwt tied him up thoro until  I got through fltthfitK.' '  ���������nlckly stops coudhs* carcc colds. fae������fa  ibs throat and Seais       -       -       SS- centa.  ,   ;���������  .. 1  A circus came to Helena, Mojat., and  the smkll boys hurried down? to the  circus lot to get jobs that would let  them in free. One young- hopeful  came home.  "Did any of the boj-s get in for no-  4.1.:__>>       T.J���������        4������V4���������4-V>0_       44.T.nJ  LU111&, HID      ULU4.UC1       C4V44.4&4C4*.  "Yes'm."  "How?"  "Oh, some of them carried water  for the elephants and some ~of them  ran errands, and all that."  "Did you get in?"  "You bet! I had a bully job���������I  washed the snakes."  w������i icy  Two very interesting bulletins devoted to barley have been issued by  the bureau of plant industry, United  States Department of Agriculture.  They are Farmers* Bulletin No. 443,  "Barley: Growing the Crop," and  Bureau of Plant Industrv Circular No.  62. "The Separation of Seed Barley  by the Specific Gravity method." The  Department of Agriculture announces  that it is preparing bulletins on "tho  distribution and Uses of Barley," and  on "Winter Barley." Copies of these  publications may be obtained by addressing the departments that, prepare them or by writing to the Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the International Dry Farming Congress at  Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.  ^&^.IpLSfTiS 'OTT:'������������������������������������.  And    Frantic    Gasping    for    Breath  Common to Bronchitis and  nstnrtia.  nu miWQ syaup  vu. vaa.r_.uju i>      or-  UNSEED A  jr%.M.v  VALUABLE  MEDICINE  FOR YOUNG <CHILDREN  Baby's Own Tablets are a most  valuable medicine foi' Infant.������J and  young children. They break up colds,  expel worms, regulate the stomach  and bowels, and in a natural way promote healthy sleep. They contain no  Injurious drugs and cannot possibly  do harm. Concerning them Mrs. J. A.  RIx, Ebbsfleet. P..E. I., -writes: "My  baby was troublecf with her stomach,  but Baby's Own Tablets speedily cured her and now she is a bright healthy  child." The Tablets are sold by medl-  Icne dealeraor by mall at 25. cents a  box from The Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  1'INE  ������ti   *%mttmm������mrm  mmizmu  W. N. U. No. as*.  --. '���������* .:  r������l-H .4.4,        4. ...I 4-4 A        *\\\        t\\t\  .4������,.4,4        ..4 '.I.1..' -    ��������� "        4-4 "..^  /������r������v"ln.r-rnom?  Mr. BUnu;������r.���������No.   it ftlioa tho oou*  ������������rvatory and t.ard-tt���������*V-ryoa������ wont  * out thoro.  Airterlcan _ourriall_m  "Say," roared the irate citizen, as  he bounced into the office of the  country newspaper, "where's tlie editor?" "Want, to aoo him por_onally?"  queried the office boy. "Of couse I  do," answered the caller. "I'm going to  thrash him within an inch of his life."  "Oh, all right," answered the boy.  "Just tr*tko a scat, please, there nro  three othorB ahead of you. If yon  watch, you'll boo 'em come throu^ii  the Window ono by one. When tho  third comos down, you can go up."  But tho vlBltor decided to call another  day.  Russia is said to hnvo the fewest  phynlclnns of any clvll!-od country.  No man or woman should hobblo  painfully about bocauso of corns whon  so certain a relief Ib at hand as IIol-  loway'B uorn Cure.  Good Advice  Tho mlnlstor had just finlBhod a  little opening talk to tho children,  proparalory lo tho morning isorvlcc,  when Mrs. Berkeley suddenly realized,  with all tho agony of a careful house*  wife, that sho had forgotten to turn  tho gas off from the _v������u in which tiho  had lct'v. u iilcoly cooked joint, all  ready for tho final ro-hoatlng. Visions  of a ruined dinner and a smoky kitchen rouBGd hor to Immediate effort  and, borrowing a pencil from tho  young man in front, eho ecrlbblod a  nolo. .     .      ,;  .Tust t.lmn her liunbautl, an imhor of  tho church, panned by tho pow. With  a murmured "Hurry!" -ho -brunt tho  noto Into hlfl hand, and ho, with nn  uu''c������'������l.4...!i.!,.r' T'n^. tnrnwl, mmmnd un  tho* alBloVanVr handed Ihe nolo to tho  nilnlnter.  Mih. Berkeley naw the act in iipoech-  loon horror, and whuddorod as nho naw  ..                                  4           ���������         ....         r, ,44 111*4   (4.*..        rtY)"** th" tt^tf*  I.HU       l.lt������linl.W������ M.44.4.������������������������������������* ''*'         *"���������������        4>-4V  i.������d ho~in to rrnd.   But hor oxprofliilon  of dlBtnay waa fully o������iuuU������*u ny    u������  good man'*! faco a������ ho read tho words:  "Go homo and turn off tbo gun."  Both bronchitis and asthma are diseases of the nerves as well as of the  bronchial tubes, and for this reason  only Blight irritation or excitement is  required to bring on the terrible  coughing spells and frantic gasping  for breath.  There Is nothing like Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine to  bring relief to sufferers from bronchitis and asthma.  It soothes the irritated nerves, eases  and prevents the attacks of coughing  and enables the By stem to throw off  the disease. In fact the great popularity of this medicine Ib largely due  to its success in curing bronchitis and  severe chest coldB.  Since permanent recovery depends  largely on getting the nervous system thoroughly restored, Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food Ib of tbo greatest assistance ln revitalizing the wasted nerve  collB. This combined treatment is  ideal as a cure for bronchitis and  asthma, for, while the Linseed and  Turpentine brlngB relief to the organs  of respiration, tho Norvo Food rostorcB  the body to full health and strength,  and enables it tc* fight off disease.  There are many Imitations of Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed ojnd Turpentine. Tho portrait and signature of  A. W. ChaBe, M.D., are on every bottle oi the guuulne; U.V.. a bottle, ul  all denier^, or 1-dmaneon, Bates &  Co., Limited, Toronto,  Women Vote In Bombay  In Bombay women oxorclfle tho  municipal franchise, and therefore Indirectly control tho loglslatlvo councils. Borne of whoso momborn aro elected, by tho municipalities. Tho Bombay municipal oloctlon roll for Decern  hor, 1000-1010, contained tho namoB ot  1,813 womon votoi-H. Of thfiBO 5U7  woro IIlnduB, 453 Parsoos, 2(10 Mo-  hammodanB, and a fow Kuropoano,  Ti.ura.Blan., .Tapanono and .Towb,  Wh'en the guests arrive at a Chinese  dinner, there is due presentations,  with a constant interchange of courtesies. The1 formulas 'observed at  first meetings is something like this:  "Your honorable name,'?is���������-���������"  "My obscure patronymic is Li. You  bave_ not honored me with yours."  % "my insignificant' appellation is Hu.  Your palace is situated-���������-?"  "My wretched hovel is in the Base-  boo  Bough Alley."  If the other wears a moustache, a  token of maturity, the, next question,  is: "  .,: :���������-..;���������"..  '.-,  "What may be your honorable old  mtra.f"     - ���������  . '-������������������"���������'���������:���������'.-  But if the stranger is clean shaven,  and therefore below forty^ another  formula is used.  "Alas," he replies, VI have wasted  thirty-nine years."        > ?    '?  When the number of guests Is complete their follows a tremendous encounter of good manners. Although  the question.of precedence isTall settled beforehand, each man must Stipulate an immovable determination to  accept only tne lowest place ..until he  is promoted by the host's"Friend",  to go up higher.    -      .-..':.-"'��������� v  The table is already laid with imposing show. There is the regulation  number of regulation dishes, marshaled in regulation order; quaint porcelain stands filled with slices of oranges, pears or cold goose; towers of purple quince jelly, grapes or shredded  chicken breast; saucers of shrimps  salted ir. their skins, and the famous  eggs, preserved for years in iinie and  served, sliced in beds of brown jelly.  Hot wines are served.  When all are seated, ready for the  fray, the host raises his cup and says:  "Let us drink."  Then they fall to, with chop-sticks,  picking now from one dish, now from  another, in piquant contrast of sweet,  Bour and salt.  [il.  K0^^C0LXjA;R,  . ?��������� .���������;.. anp\-ttee.i(5^ty-v"er,;m^  ^^p.LU^aa-'t^^^oyQC^.e.'.vou {;ati5t,r'c'-;.'y?_  -__-i_a  "^"MJ*"''*"''"  The Arhi-gton Co. of ea-frad-t Ltd.  mmmni.  H M If ������-;  f |������y   a Gtowth*_a any past sS  die body, or* Sote that will not heal)  If you have, Avrite,'describe the trouble, ami  mention this pacer and we will mail FREE ia  plsin eav-lope, part!C0l������>rs of the  Painless Home Treatment  Write to.dav.  T-HE C-iMAOA CANCER IWStlTlJTE, iamitM  IO Churchill Ave., Toronto.  > ^STAliD HEALTH T8 'MQfBEir AHS CH!l_.  Mrs. V/inhlow-s soothing Syrup has bans  ,used for over SIXTY VSAKS by MILUONS ot  MOTHBKS for their CHltDRSN WHItA  XBETHING. with PERFECT SUCCESS. U  BOOTHeS the CHII.D. SOFTENS the GUMS  AX.t.AVS all PA.I.H ; COHSS -WIS?D COLIC, a���������  is the best remedy for I>IARRHCSA. .It ia '-���������*  golutely hnrrnless.- _le sure arid ask t<a "Mrs.  Wiasluw's Soothing Syrup," aad take s������ zlizsz  Kind.   TwenUr-Sve oenta k votue.  LARGE PROFIT m MAKlNCBRiCK  ������n ��������� be made trow  Full information '  Machinery   Mfg.  Bricks ciw be made from Clay. Shale  or Sand. Full Information upon rcquost.  The   Berg  Machinery  Mfg.   Co.,  Limited.  B"| ISEASES  OF MEN���������DR. DEAN,  *^ specialist, ��������������� College St.. Toronto.  Trial Is Inexpensive.���������To those who  suffer from dyspepsia, indigestion,  rheumatism or any ailments arising  from derangement of the digestive  system, a trial of Parmelee'B Vege*  table Pills is recommended, should the  sufferer be unacquainted with them.  The trial will be Inexpensive and tha  result will be another customer for  this excellent medicine. So' effective  is their action that many cures can  certainly be traced to their use where  othor pills have proved ineffective.  Mr. Flubdub.���������You women are  mighty slow. During the time lt tooK  you to aelct that hat, I went out and  made two hundred dollars.  Mrs. Flubdub.���������I'm so glad, dear.  You'll need it.  Poor Sophia's Case  "I- take no stock in all the yarns  about the disinterested affection of  animals," said a citizen recently. "An  animals affection is parfialtlc���������your  dog loves you because you feed it. Aft*  alize these yarns about animal affee*  tion and they turn out like Sophia's  case.'  "There waB a rich old maid.who had  an Ill-natured cur named Sophia. Tha  old maid died, leaving her fortune to  her nephew,who had lived -with her.  I met the nephew ono day and ventured to offer him my sincere sympathy.    Ho said:  "Yes, it's very sad. And tho morning after my aunt's deccaso the dog*  Sophia also died.'  " 'Grief, I Huppoae?' said I,  " 'No,' said he;  'pruBBic acid.'"  Northorn lOuropean foroatfl conalHt  almoot entirely of white and pitch  plno, of which nearly 70 per cont. ia  white.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAV8   your druinzl-t will rotund money tl PAZO  OINTMENT talla to cure any ou. ol  u-.uiii.tf, iauiiu, Bi.-uiuu ������*������ i.>������Gti'U_lr._  Pilau m 6 to U days.     BOo.  The essential matter of a recently'  Buppre&sad Prussian "year hook* la  gradually coming to light and a con*  spectus of the millionaire class of Germany Is now possible. A millionaire  In thlB part of tho world is tho possessor of a million markB-r?--50,000  ���������and of this class, according to tho  author of the compilation, thoro are  8,300.  \J"i_ili!PP!/  Bend lot Iron narnplo to Dopt.N.U.,National Drug & Choml-el Oo.. Toronto.  Cytiicl-BlmuB  "Even tho Standard Oil Company  has found out that thero Is a hereafter."  "Think bo? "You'll find out in duo  timo that tho hereafter Ib about the  same as itu heretofore."  Mlnard'n Liniment Relives Neuralgia.  Stair climbing ln ono of tho arduous  tnslCH of life, and ovon tho strohgoBt  men aro af footed by it, whllo thoso  with' woak heartH run gravo risks.  Horv Scbnrlg. Gorman military doctor,  wishing to romody thm, Iihh doviaod a  ollppor which docs away with tho exhaustion. ThlB now Blippor does not  differ from othor Bllppora oxcopt In  one particular. It. haw a thick solo of  about throe inehou. Ho, uacii tftop  being about nix inchotf doop and tho  Blippor being worn only on ono foot,  tho energy noedod for passing from  ono Bto?p to a higher ono Is reduced by  hnlf. It miiBt bo noted, of course  that the twe foot have to go on ovory  stop. Tho Hllppor Ih light, onslly put  ovor tho shoo, and on tho wearor  reaching tho lovol can oaBlly bo ro-  placcd in his pockot.  Toxaa ralsoB moro turkoyo than any  other Btato���������pcrhapfl becnuao turk^yH  roqulro plonly of room for van go, and  Toxao surely can give thorn that. Wt-  tlo ltuodo isiana, ir. iu uuid, .i_,v-vcr,  I,. ������^m f/v --f4dm<������ tin*. Inrnretit number  of big turkoyB���������-Bomo of thorn weighing forty Douitun., wi.u wwi.lt Iw-ty  oontB tor ovory pound.  "Yes, that's Dr. Bloggs."  "Allopath,   homeopath,   horfl������,   or  divinity?"  =5E  " -' ���������'���������' ' '     '���������'-"���������I  ������'..ii-i!*a8*al  THIS !���������/��������� HOME DYE  jthat ANYONE  MBta  I  Idyed ALLtHoso  DJFFERENTrt!WDS  of Gftoris  tulth the SAME Due,  used  .DibfiAN. mnn minifuii io iimm. i  %������>4,    .4* 4 -   -���������-    ..... 41.- ��������� 41. ., ..,44. r,44'<4 *4    .'     f P,    ���������    f.  .,.,,, P  Inn. hm tavalof,  'All oolor* (rornwour UiruraUl or I  i\-*!.-   tmm^Urr.M,^ MTV>nvl������->"bl������.ii.l  I >rii������ |4������itiM������m.Mlch������rdauii U��������������� '.mlM., Mumiw<mi,|  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmemmmmmijmmmmmMmmmmB  ^.^^to^^t,.^,,..;.......^.-.......  ____^*_____a_M_____ttifw*SS!  mmmm.  MBS .^'.vii tf-ii*' tVil '$ in#'.v)ri*^ V*j/fe i-;'  'tf&^.iiivi-rt.-  ::":f!.Vi!  ngjilijWfirfira^  ||J___l_fci*  Hi  -u^,;;,;:, .���������������������������?^?:\?ly:.;V y'-'''-;    v   "  ;: y'y:;r .;^^:- xx^-;^2 'y':'^   ^^-~^_y^^^ ������������������   yyyy2yyyy.:.yy:..y2^m  " ".i.v.  ^���������v^.^t^^^^^^^w^;^ y'&xytxiyy  .. '.,%t-*M>5!iU;';-T������i-.'^TK?i...  ...?p5Svf,i: ^���������.-.���������>3;>;,".;..'tt^,.i sjg.  iWj������-sff3j^:������lfei.s:gj^���������fi?v;-avS-  TrTt;.������^4ift.V4'.^444;^-.Tr4^C^44V"AVjLWto.fciV.;,V** ftTJ4Te^_Ttit C- I  nwrc-n  -cnucn   nnvuM^.  Saskatchewan Legislature UnarImous-  ySy'^iyy^^^  ?M3||������������il^  Reach Amicable Uncle^tar.ding  Bv?;,Tpy!i^^  ^'���������''"''���������'"'''���������"������������������-''rm^^^  T!^,oy;������*:btatbirieritTbfc  ;!th'at:vtbe'yvi_lt;?titS^  ^������^*:!mebr^  *..������&?*&!^A  ]K?'t.?!>":^  .ISrijfsS X-war .'^minister ?.ahd^tlVo?^Geriti?a.ii  ���������"        - - " ' '      ' ~'  "A h.ai *'m  .    .������������������'A.'.ii.l.^���������I+J..-   44 t���������'.* '.T*^ A4**44������'A������. ������/^*. .>4T4'.  - ��������� ��������� -      ���������   ���������    4i..,.4,.4.  *>444 4^4^.;    4..V     , 44. ,  ffiyvy;>���������-:���������y!���������bJiT?the;!p^  s^i^K!;!^.^  .. ^s}jice?yS,beretary?T;HaW^  ?y:-0erlin.? thb??^ ibav* ;u?jH  -.;?-prfeEtttr-Nii ? f_r;?the;;T?anhouhcome;it t?'!^  yyit:;;ihadStp(:_'bvt^  ? ? ?C6nVCT_^tions; - had '; proceed ed" asy; .-'far'  X;?a^Xtn^TV^:prime.\:?.vmihiiB:ter's?; ������������������ guarded  ?.TS]3������ech|a^WB;":^  ���������y'?;<-;:;His:;nape^  :.' .; ihat^^^|cdn������ejre^i^tis ;isa|yai.a^^brb:  than negative2���������:r_9nlt_^-fiav���������^cau8-d::;������������������?."  ^���������SbriMatlpriOierb^  2:'.;-Andrevi-igonar':: .Law; arid Liord Lans-  y?,^wb-|!f,e^  ^ribctlyblj^h-^ aitfd)thie  ?A;H.oris.4W.4^  ?y;:iAe-?;'cbuWo;.! of-2 the; dibtriibsiori,? :'f.ori?'? al-  '������������������VtibirgOvt-hey bgbka befpi-e the?t)remier.  y^Lord-Lariedowrie assured; thb? Go v^rn-  ���������'���������:':��������� ?riierit; o.T UniPiV'st support?in any?mbvO"  .->g tog bepurb ^.Jb'^tjJB?. understanding ;J5Flth,  Tt ,?^^4.4^rt^^TT;y.:'-.������ ^'y';v. ���������,..; T.-.:T->,4..y^.T^ Tr;. :..';i::���������:.. y-  ?!RA I LWAVf Ibo'^dS^ R-  ?5 ne.*:-^ :V_S^t^^elSKiliS.'. ^J** ��������� ? preign;;'? ry!irii������y.p Seated.  .���������...-"���������-i������v������;   .n.lj ynaiCSa vi   ������������������������.������?���������;iwiSCriMi- r     '���������   ������������������':-iui.*t^"i ���������'������������������.!- j;.'.- ^������������������iiJiSi^^.*!;^^.. s������ ??<;?'��������������������������������� ^;- ������������������.  thb?';;!&llb:wlrig������;i^^  :pas,_bdyby.-;:a;.tiri.4&iya^  S^W-herfe^  thteTCtfyiot^ew^  of'?Ameriba;������lri";y-^p^  iii**!"*.��������� ' rjf T.Aiw>4..TT*.Kiv.4������*.'v.Ti4 '':Tiirtiirt .o..T.wT:\:crplr,.'.  ,p.   444V   ,   V*.      4j4^44...  4h444J44P[*UV.  '  ,*W4,,.*44������������������ ....'..V-.* ��������� 4*)- - 4.^.  was?offered;ii������y Sir?hTiio-h^-V^^pglit  tiessy?^!6r??th^;vbest^exhiblt^  oiie; huadred ��������� pounds?; bfeiailllng^^asac:  g,Towii,ypnv^e?';^^ri^ycb  .the vye*^.*; ^.91()-j.l;?y??,?y ���������?:?|?:3:g^?0*;S';?;;;;?  -'-AtiVi'.*.wT__a_���������__.--_-' "y+1*'-oi,.'���������"<������������������������-���������������jti���������".:���������.*_*������.i������a':'.'.-'.-"-'\j*/_i__  won:;' by? ,;Mr'.??;'Seagor? :::?Bv%ej_l^yofy?&6sj-;  TtherriT.:Saskatcho;]va_i,;/s^  ������nd third prisse, -by^^ farmers ,re-ifiontr  ;in-,;Alberta,.;:arid.:?:Mahit(^aj^^  dd^sr%hi������h:T':fere'<rfiteyt9^b^  ���������RQ.sSd.-hvVth'.e'^pws'Jti&n  ' ': ''*P������,������.-'.'-triw.n'aT^4|T,v-li..-.'��������� W_^i4'^4������   ���������'���������'���������='ji>.^^T.     ^..i^J^.ti.    i.���������_l - .T'l-   '4V_..^'jTTA'I!'."3i'._l^ifiii;:*-_.I  .. ,3W ^4j������44.-44rf4x,j.4uc,r..v.4.v.4v.--.v,v,.i.*,.. -���������.���������.,-. -..r ...'...-. .-���������,-..,. 4 ���������   '...I  ,:y3t:^j|tiie?ip^|hav_?H'b^  ed by the Ji^se; oi'^abmm  A'We������i.-hv:.>fc.#'-'na'������ll_*^  passihgirefer-rieei:;wtia mado  .t'o?'ele<jtoral': reform:.v'a'nd^.tlie''possibility-':  ,bf?T"'wpiffian>g,.:suffi^^vy'^'fKT?^  .;:/!r:Tli.^se;;;in''ea.^  longer; de_atey6h>^^  t^tf?.    Jlfl'1  ,s?y RT>ee?ch yyjyroV ed  ruleyandi woiqa:'''s pnffrasre. ' The Tlm-  eB?'.T;TeleciiaT),h^/?i>ubliri4:' states :5:???  ^���������?Sci(������t^;'';'r^6fere^  ffihXMyi^l$������P������^22!i. y������������ VPXt^ tc4,; Iri s Ii:  T^pti^nalls*?' ^o:?bad:lT  ��������� ferv_jit;V'al|n'??!p^^':??;?thi8'i;?^  jimeafici r^ yoiy *$$?&$* _ip.nv.A^h'.4i.';:-Na:tibhr.  ^j'^ts; BWs^iJi'l'ip^.r;*??.'-.?,^^  &#ytiy ^thi^������r?siist5snt:? jrifrobrif f batc.''!the;  ''Mil wll'? nbt jje introduced until after  rii^w^^'^^  ��������� To;'?Ch'rf.'Sit.obsl Pprikbnr^yth^Finn's  .-^eech;, b>^ ,.bf^n;stl^|(v:mr������r_':.bf fa .ftIsap-  '?bbftttment.-^;The?;^:wb^ns^  union ??w^.lrnake;^  dlsaps|?v?arlety known as Marqu^^bi-Igfeated  bri: the Central ??ExperimentalfeFarni;;  Ottawa, by Dr;? Chiaries (SauhderBi thb  .Dom.nlbi..'?Ger_aU-t;.:-:'^^  s 'sAiid- wher4_as thoyfactBt^bcitbd "in  !wat������pn'-:.T'm;:the^VVesfeCommep9e.8..'at-r^  r������j.*-,;  "?;;Sji,.;^-.--.'4'-;.^Ji^'T.vT.*ii;iUTT---:���������'..',:':��������� ii<-.^���������-���������.r.vl.sy.jrf.pnaon,,ivng^-7T,rn������';JvJing,?vbas.-:creat-i  ������..-.wa-^-eupsfci. ^piv^allwayyyo  pan/  '.-' pen&  Ottawa,;-Ohl.^^fcTi^p^eiimIrii     fiifi  vestigatibn;' intp?? ti^lflu^^riybf^west  hfers of Rbytit  thp,?!highest;;ai]  ;?;"?:Ii:yh[a8^biBeri-.'Cbnl���������S*__.;  v/ard  Grey  undbuotbaiy at >&e?:^Fre^?  mier's suggestion and is cbnetrued. as?  :,thll5 -V: ^^'^^^Tn'^^^V'ct': ^'^'dr'^'r'iiW^'.'^  t|!4< <!'*������.���������  era ireigat''���������"'ratsssrY.^.befbsce,?tite?"?raliway  commisiori;.: ?:they?vtim^.^as^it^^  with, outlining .the mode?b������?_rocedure.>  }i' u^, ^c^e^^^f#^0^^ ���������!**���������*. ^ariibniarly^ftte^w^'bf^i^  ^ h1^T^ T"-8^a^ ^ft^P'^ ^b^  e^?^  ������ia, oi .*yinnipegyv;co.i(insBly,fyr;::t'hpj:.pup^^^^^  lie, will tetatcrwSat?-^dc4.-Ks"atS'.;aadvpsST:.'  pers h^waiits'::frP'mvtlie:::_ia'ir^a,d|i-:;The?  "'futiirersi-tingi^i^^  Is HkelyJtbat he fir^iitibortaht sitting  Hkelyjtbat ,he firMtli-Mportaht sitting  will be held iii;-Mb'it'txi_.l'-a_Mi:.?later;-.-he-  commission ?wll i ?:hbid??si tting^ itii WinV  nlpeg an'd'.,'andr.thTbugk^tfi.i^?w'^  There was��������� :.a>-''dIsMi&ii^f^fe���������-t';*r^y.^.Qf;  counsel '\^heh?:'t^^^^0j^p������li������iiy'&^  theytPi^eigplrig reflect great,;erbdit?yup-;.  pnyandyhaye resulted in2much.''iyaJfcM  able?? advertising ; for   Saskatchb������.'ah  and':?Canada;;..: -? ��������� ���������'"''?���������:���������? ���������:Xy2yyy2yy:yy  \:yiW#6r$Jt6re be it respivbdythaty^taia  '.?HouBev'extend^  Air;: ^eager -Wheeler oi?i^s.ttti5piiSSs.s-;  katchewan, upon his achievement r'--nd  the; honor ;t!iat? he ha_,;:';^o_^^_'pjfctliiiB  province.? and also;; to' :;?;:I)r2^ffiGii_.rteB  Satrnderaybf Ottawa ;uppib^a^ffi^ori-  'ginatedy spy valuable ??:'a?;^^ne-y;'-yjO-  m  *"������������>\P;ii.ttUO-mfJOX'?-* &%*&"liJUC;.;.-,ittV*  ���������*;-.ti'--���������;���������-tv~-ir. -���������^'^^*_i-5-^-"������K-'|^j������-������4'.i������S������'"''^'__^0:r-i''*-''K'*">-----^*  ''. ���������'���������'"' ' '���������'���������.' .'; ''' '--22 "���������'���������'���������'���������J ���������'-���������'*'��������� :>*'���������?'*���������'������������������������������������'J~^''r^',i-"i;'-^-rC'*-tJ-'.r .v^^^.-iV'V'/'^^'^-y.r'^r'y.^^^.^Nw  . ���������. -j' ���������'.        ���������    ��������� .'���������,"-..' ".-jX *."'���������'������������������ "���������''<'"'':- ������������������"��������� .-'.*-".'���������-���������i y'v-'/.'V.v/'?��������� .--*'- ���������-.���������'' --���������'Lr-'- - ��������� i^y*������V*:'.:-<S2*s,  .W*v*.v.;iA_r^7iiu__: iv._ '^^..i������^--";^'^ii;-^i?^:^^^*^^  VJT? i J5J !=;i  ���������-K " '22 ??TheT|biJeeche3 'i on -dbmbstlc? :affairs  ?|;:'^rKtieal-^rily ?!^in^^  ;C.?;"-::'::m������nt'#^nugeSlbi^Blativ^ .;iight''?.forft?a^.'gbvernment^me^ur^  y&-,-.TSTrKSROnfw uvlW.:-,-.in-yn-. "���������:^������K**v*us' "o������*c������������������������.-UM*xui������^w,*j.,;;..wiii4  bn-tr^Io^ at ^T^mW^^  onnortunliy woul^ be; taken for sm- j4eb^  :b3-^^inK???^wyT,'Gnvernm_nt.:?T?v;Miss .^^;T?.^^^^^i������^^^"^  Pah^hutst ?s^dV ;;"?We ;had yhbbed Jfor;  .'a^ d.i^Inet^:-:vbrx>n.bun cempnty:/.-iny'T;tbe=  '���������V?t.'fl^a^B������tWAAU'^'1������ify^ ;wi_-������-.'A-_* '.  and r: aw^pre^aretll^^f^  :?ty -��������� ���������:.    ^;^������-_IE--������l  ^r*Ery^ci^w^  v,;:-^-:*iE������7 y^''%St:S^  S::?������s?rS>;l:  'S������^j;6^?^(spc^*  tien^  Companies Will be Formed at Schools  .' -iffav  Ben has x'eceiyed a long telegram from  -���������-: V������4-^W^C3K������'.':X4r:^'ij-..:*,'*i44y4'*444,^il'TJ^. ��������� '^i^.^-t^  fUiAnH^  , ,44v.-^fc������4,^J|.;..tfcJ^������ J.*444E4yX,,..\>V*A*4.**^\������.:-..*.** ,.f^-V.*?,^.---*'**V.*^_' .  ly'termaT acknowledging and honoring  '������������������;' lli&\ .bsw^ilepubiic/:1tsb ���������'���������preslden^n^.'  :yministerB -foi- the ,:>NahSiiiK_.-! jpw^_������t'.'  yy HeiJrelinQuishes1 Ghihay������inti^^hlii'  2 haic^^-;g^etin&?������hem;.T^,^r_t^t^^  :pre_sin.]g;?the hope? that ? the futurcyof  : thb^0\intry -will be .prosperous '���������:and  y: offering yhip^cb^peratip^  ' Thsrs is bver^'reasott'tO'h.elie-'V'iB tbst  ^Tianking'' i^Xpi^':j^''^i^^f^:y2tn^  ���������'��������� 'RenubHft^-.;.T;���������:T,.:���������??T���������'^:?���������^';V?...���������^;,:^4,.^���������1?.y^.���������:yTv;':T^?���������?���������;'.  yVz?i%ii%;"$ffiii^& *yyyyy*y  yy...,*fThb������������������;bdict??isi perfectly .clear y: arid  patisi^ctbi^l anpl! -Tieyabdipttprii? of SjtlW  throne iByab^lAite^^^  citlEbri?bf; Criiriayariid ���������;haTe;:?ao^cbBB������-b*  '':?otibni-;with:';;.?ppiit|c_."?.?:'.^s:;y::'/  ������������������;% ?;'T.tie; pibpbsed?TvKepubii^  :X i ibri ?TcbnsistG Sot��������� ';:^verityi^ic-.es;^iifc  ~i 2foiibws ixhb? J^eric^mbdeiv :??^b; presi-?  ?;;:flentJand;:V|b^)^r.eB3(;a^  ?V?by'���������:cbngrbs_^-%lJS^??will?ulaa Bame:thb-  ^iremJeri ?the? latterT?Bble_tirig hisybab^;  .T;:7lnb^'sribJe^'>?-o}';t^;^ ?pf ?.' the  '"< iion^e^i--Xy2yy':'2y'-;^'y^2'yyy':xyyy^:  2 -It '?will; establiBhsreligioua freedom  '??'T:and;T:prbvideVfbr:-cbriscriptiori.-'-??T.T;-;^  .���������?c:???rrhb:'.; tex;t:'?pf.:?'the ���������' linportaiTibdlctf^s-.::  . >Bned ;by the: throne lb as follows*  Ottawa^ Ont^-Col. Sana !|Jug|ie8.iiaff  :^ork^ ?���������'but :gOanyj of? :the^dbttis^jbxf?  ���������this?T.'a^m'fii&Ef's.'.?cadet?' .trairilrig^?* ?;TJie?  Mder#ebriditiofii4������ patbfully  dbsigribd  '���������^X .   'C,A f A,������,,������T444*'..'T4l4Xi4i     .'4i.>4-4-���������* ������������������ 1 T. ^. ^.^T^-'.^- ��������� L, ��������� 1 '���������  ���������^. ^**,^y**i^***f>^v4*-,*"*B*ca*:;aA������u-;iuvr44i  ^en-beirig.iv:i'? :$'$ -w"M& y c%2Xixyyyy-. ?���������  ^Th^basil ^^prgarii-_.tlosJ:wn!--'be-tSb?  TSchbcl. ;':l������d8.%  in;a?Hbwrishipbrytpwn?will Jbejfbimed;  into ay? company, arid the ycomparilss  wiU?beicoinbiried as county regiments^  F The tc^pbtwill be; regimental Pries.  The^bbyb will ob trained inlieir:own  TCpuriti^^ittAcarefiillj^yselected?: ,_itbs.T  Aii bxjEimple bf the yprogress rioiade is  'iri^8hedyby^Petroibai, !Which^  .���������^er^.^wp^feitiselie^  ? ma-tbr.y;bf ?'drlrikiri^?^  pbcially; jgnarded;    WirintpbigTiiias of^  water-;.supply has riot, been arranged. I  ���������?--;T:';.Th^i'iriiIitia?;dep'artniest'^^^^^^  fheip;T^&y;marib.^i|rig?: .the!? f ;cari^^y|fr<>m?  r-V������������-T4_iN^':'/'f_i'������i'ATi'A-4''������1.' '-^"���������'"ortViA"-*?' -;.:.'^^-^M'-j^'i>'*-*.XW������������il.  -;***.������-M.*Wv- jr/. .*'V*4'.^**,.W*.V������, .'���������. ��������� -;.?-'V������*V^*'-;.,.^'t-vA***-'^V**.W* ���������-������������..  ciergyirien^rid: mjitia^bfficbrsK'Schbbr  inspectors?arid teachbrb^illjlibfasked  'MJV;.^Bris? of '; Rbstherisi i' who T^mpved  ���������l-he- ���������TTesblution,; ��������� -had..'. som^y_;ybry:?;::cbn-  gratulatbry   things   to !,say,??f;Cf��������� ?;: bis  tp^siribJa.i ; Seager  WheeipFiy. :bn ^2 his?  subebss In capturingthe?!^  besty wheat in yAiriOTica-r^Kicn^TWa^  tbritariioun't-'tb -a, world ';!victor^::??;:-yty;;-.;  !?!;ysThe!:-; iarmersr;; of -? ?; bas^aichewan  ���������would have sa.ved millions tbf !?dbUa.rsi''>  skid?;Mr. Ehs, "if theyT4ria^?MipwBa  Mr.;'!��������� Wheeler's example;!in? ttBingy,Mt|s  early fipbriing variety? bf"Twheati-v|^r*  ���������VVheeier's  exhibit^!>^t^^S:|.a.OSi-!ye' *>������  hlaiAibbrta arid! Mariit^_<alcbmii|eti(oi;B  ;iri?r:itaycplor-;!^arid\;uniibrm  Ejsb'?l':^?::':-nbt_^-i-tiiy!'?;;'^  ^Wheeiei^ has.; by; studyiandgsbieritiflc  exE^iriierit^Tmade! -this ^y^eatyprabiti1;  caliy!^rbbtv nrbof.'V!,.!--.:: y?!;.;:?',!.^^  ^*5^?'Bua-:!?bytetided:"a--tr^  .'G.^lp?feSaS^dbrsvC'ot  having! brig^n-a^  ::'ety;!oI..^h������atX'a'sy-Ma^  i bron3i_b!:;b_T??becoming;" ?'-4 :y^^?;l?!r*^  ?v!"Th$ Winning of ;tWs?p^ize|^yt?'Jone  or0oi^?'far-nbrsyhaB:'-^ace^  viiice!inran :eriviableT?positibri;?bn|4^e  cbritirieit?s saLid Mr? Fin^  oridirig ttoe^reBbiutibn^ ;^The;?^tv?l.fiafc  Mr.:!! WheeloE's '>TWh.eat;;!:wa������!';igrpwi.|!i!;ip.  fa!r t ?ribrth :S?!in::i Saskatche^ri^ j.yw$i,._o  seetti;!;tb?-m.e!-;1tb!T^t.ify^e^  ih'?'r bettd_n_f'{i-s^''i6i-br_i_^  agricultrirai-- devbibpiribritrfisi TtheSgreat?  'tertiib^^ea-tttW^  va.������*y .^rnip-iic^? suggests:;���������;that  ;/Mf.*(.',.A;sgu^  "-?.t*���������te_4 eif ib i_i^ .'jaLtta- Tth^^e.-'.wiiiSbbf^sifa.c.T  .Ceededyby;:Sir?JSdward;���������.<^e^^ptf3���������^���������;^  ���������^!!;I.i'^fi-rtixi^f?.!sufegestK^^  vHaldanb'4^is������ipn!-'to'-'-&&rii&-yfy&'-y$o-.  expiairiX,that, althbughJr''y ������& XfidWiarVl^  j3rey has beea credited!^th^  Germariy policy; ?his accessiori  tp! the  ?prbmlerSSip ? would riot Interfere with  IGrNBat^W-wri's desire for an ..-entente  l^it^Geriflaiiy;:���������'?���������' y:-2 .yy~::-: yyy....   2'-2  :y  !As "bvidbrice' cbrif irmirigits idea, the5  -,0    ���������   ,,-.���������.v-'-'.--������������������-"--'���������-^-'w**'..���������     ^l^ly'iGrapliic i^irits out?that Preiriier  u.r.i^.. f.. xa.Phippe5|i'a**H|;fe^<fs.34i4er-:; i-Asquith's y&Mvate seeretarv, Vaughan-  son, Winnipfi^!.^.yGNiK^S������:^i?S  ������������������   When- .the0^pftW^^e^ep.yMr., ^  Whitla ' said^a^it^^jgh^pe^d^s^; i,^bntpSd6tha-r'*b'buccessor lias :b'een  able slnfM^t^^i^^j^^^SS������������- aibinMiia,i������dfe? inakittg! it difficult.��������������������������� adds  t&y>o ^Mms^^m^^^^^^f^W Saib^^Hib^itb.^avoid the conclusion  company?a!ti^,ti3������^^B^e^^|^ ^m^kWrW-^mWSQiX. no longer reauires  short !8itl^^|b^_lic|^PTrit^  la,y;;tlrb ^!i^ifi^ba|^Mv^^  th^t this ;would;,be. .the mosty^^adi-  Orby;?wbp hasfbeen made a Knight of  f iAHB:.:T\vdv.-'.:ivi^T.'Tril5A'4fr^d4fl-Alil4\.^SW-'4..4-.^ ,-+l4tf4ViV?t'^.44*���������������-.:^-i-.^'*X;.���������'::.T-.i..^l.w.'--���������.^..U^.^!.'...i-..._ :'V^'  Judge Mabee-aaid that hey;had:a!-j.receive?audti an honor since Horace  rmm^r^ge&ym^mW^^M |s^p^^^S^_.^������^^ud^      ^foiv'   ie;'we4?t.;^KV*:!?J^!?T^;ft^^>.&i4^i^^  ���������e���������vvl.'������0>Y^  Uimitatipns ;;ahd^y&rii^liat.lrab^iri??^u������#;yi*  '"llYeB.;aST:-i,V^..ttink-ftlfe'^isy^f^:?Hc^^  .."-*&.������.������;*���������;  A--P  ,?-*"^i*^>*'v.*,!*'?-.**f^1r'.*-r*4--.  ���������i.ci,wi-^-Ki,u'-T.'u������aveu.-^iiOTCK;'>;?t>Ki'Ho^  T^ets-Jiii; ���������&>>^ye-?Kathana^'bald^^  '������������������'tfeoE s^?any.i)SbbdA:bbnie;t;^ut^p^|K[a^^  -eth?^!?after?;!acl_ribwiedging'5timtlou^  ..oI^^azareth;;ibiamp,?!^the!-!;^ori|oP  ,ihe;T:King���������;or?Iswr^?y(Jbatt^i^6;^  .���������He'- cairie:-to;.T Jbrdari?4 'riV-rtpf ;ihd,������mepi-lS'i:l.^ls  ���������;yetvpi^e?:*|s5^ribthiri5::;!iri;!-^  -Judged.?; s������ther^.wbrbTb^ti^;^bf;!Jba3������p^S  .���������oorifb_sirie.':.th'bir;.;i.ainH������'Vknt?:?:!w  spririg^sitting;.!iri.?tl-b^:  ;vs^;  to oapnze: of Tnem mm..coriiebtfeThbttlj:^j%  ,-oVri������s.?4?^:!Rat���������;'iBi^  to'-:bbv. so -now.?;?,!hife/-helpedrii^y:?;?at#;,i^  humble follower to ^^mititbseerblri^^i^  .:iy:?unnecessary:;ttdrig8;;that?!:tHbi?!rig_i^  ;eousrie~s bf God xnlght be ebbri ,in?1_3briSf f^  -andy.bthbrs^wott.yto?T!^jm?''!!:>;;T&i������^.^^  *&T&&ceB-:y&foygQQ  Put? dally ;life. ?,Aa^^is^j^mmif^m  *"llfi  ' S_r^____"-~'tlip'''- 1lSa.V''a,irt'* ' -wAWi������'.\:'-A������^ViaV_'^^Kc?-K5  arid^the^yFather^testified-^^TJi^^  MyuB^Ibved. !:Sbrii?!irifi'w^^  pleagb^''%Afc;ttie;B.im^tl  G<?nuR!ssioner .'Maclaean;1 :.saia;j^^iii^  the' first t-ji-_s$$$jft.'-s^  was the basis'Pirates;for,.t^e^^^  re^s.w  tbe west and.-tfife.n? to-fl^ of Godmescexidedfti.!:bb(_a^hap^11ki������|^^  is' any;; justifica^^;^f(^..;ay.dif ;.'���������;yy.yy!;a:^OY^^i?<^|^^  Ofctw^feii. T.tttSt.erXi >axiG -^"-"^ - -="^=^=- - - ^    -        - -    -   ---.-.-   ......   ... -  Mr. Chrysler  CTiIDII\tttiO������l   Sga.l  don't-want to ! _.....,....  the chief sinribr. ���������  They?;shpUldV;alr?:bb [^pr^ he .-j^'yerbatb'd^ar-^  placed;?ori::-T.thb-: 'samb^basii_i'~? ������������������     ?-":.-'. *^-^ X^-Ji'RjRh - a������^t'.^������-e*u-!r&_������.v^ii  --.: mj"   ariclal-  might  Biggar,.?;8pbai.irig?on ?btehalty pfyi^thc;  G. T.; P. thought thatiif ^tivpfihanclbl-'  standing had^yttiiri^toy^do !wi&^M  question thbri*thbyvs^  quired iritb alifee^ :?'y^X-yyXyyyyy.UXy^X'  "Is it not a;f a.ci������* asked .CbinmiiSB^ij;  ar- ��������� TS.*'A 4.A.V -:'0>.>4**.-:: .'���������.���������<-*4������+';T^/i,,T*.T.--2.t. ig'.'?''iir_f'.  ... :   .'.������������������*_������ -.4 4.   _T4---  io turiiiBu uameB. Oi aiiuaute yijereonH'  - for' iristructprs!; - ; \ yy yXy:22yX2222-:2.  :y. Thb cadets and lristruCtbr.8^Iergyr  Men- efc.!y accbriiTian^ing ;themswiv.?bbt  trari-pbrtbd; Clothed and fed-free. No  ^.;.^.^.^.^���������:"I.w���������.e/-use���������/���������&xttlMsv^.���������;..!^f^-���������''V^11M*,:,������������������ o'*fi*":?-  ;J!  respectfully rbceiwd  , nVUi,*' -.t^^.^ :**4-iT.44������ii<4CT"Ti4������-T3'ai '-XTQ4������4aotV-.  CJL4U\.������. . 4L,UIUT 4,Jt^4G   ;A1������I.(U444.K> ,rV*'T **V* T'V* 4.^%3.* tj.,^ .  ���������?;' ,!Uie,!i)bwager':Bmpfe8s':?V?!v;;::..?:;-?;:;;y...';  -X y'lrivcorisefirierice of 'thevuprislng of  the;.Bbpubiic^n?mm which; the  people of tli������; prbvlric'bb of ?C.h'iria'havb  ���������     responded, the? Empire, is aeethirig like  a -Jotling;cauldrb.ri aonp!th!e! peppleiarb  ?������������������ plunged In mlBeryi;!? ���������        ".���������.;���������-  yyr:y<y ?*yuan^Sht,T'Kai,;Jwa*j' .therefore; ppm*  v'^^.>.^..njw'__a<J-i fk> deispatbh cbriliriisBionbrb'in:  .order to confer with tlie Republicans  : with a view to calling Of a natiorial  assembly/; lit  decide; the future form  of government. . ?' ���������.!'?';'?    '';���������'>������������������?;>*,>/  y vMonths hayp, lapsed and no, set*  tlementi^ rio\v evidbnt.; The majority  of the people are In favor of a Repub-.  .lip. yFrom the presence .of the! pooploB',  hearts the will of Heaveriis dlscerh-  lblb.   How could Wo oppbso the deigire  of mtlllono for the glory of one family?  "Therefore,  we.  the Dowager  Em*  preBB arid the Kmperor hbreby Veat  the sovereignty'of the Chinese Empire  in the people.  "hei Yin-n Shi Kal organize to the  full   the   powerB  of . the 'provisional  Republican gpvornment   and   cpjnfer  .with the RbpuhllcariB as to the methods of a8BuWrig pf peace in the Empire arid in forming a great Republic  ' with the union of ManchuB, Chlneae,  Mohammedans arid Thibetans;  '  "We, thb WmproBB Dpw,ager/an0. the,  in retirement t'rbi.: the restioiiaibllltlca  i"   .'.viind caros and enjoying without Intpr*.  fiVptlo'n. tho rifitilon'a tjourtbpuB t-roat^  m%mt _V-''"Vi^.'"4-tp������-1.r*\-������ ^ i.flH     Vi r -  y?wNb^ liquor'or tobacco is to !h* bilbw-  ;bdi^;?'!!'.';- ;> y'2'. "��������� !!-;'.������������������ ?'.���������?''-;"'';???'':'???;.f";.-?T;;;; ������������������.������������������.���������������������������.���������  l"''.A^;featurp?'bf ^tnp^Ttrairiirij^^iu^bb'  rifle .,practlcb!!wr}th niJiniature ^fle^ >;  r SAtE OBi PATENT .viEDlCINt=;45  gin- state in the sribrtherri part of your?  pipyjncei"^;y -^:. ������������������; ::.;ktfyi<y?-zz.*%$������;>; yy }ir-7-:%i  '?%aDri'^Eiiibt&'.bf;T??MPbs^  pressed  the ��������� opinion  that Dr-.  5s|und-  ers had done an immense Bervitje .to  ���������* .#4 _rl^- ^.���������.j.'������.y.  ...T_^II^=B..-  oaBica.caewan  aim v.\_auuu-. r::"i_,.v.w.niBMir  atirig: Marquis^l'the^st^illirig  in ?thb;; w^rld;"y1 Aridft^  -a" ^at'1-dbkl-; t^  'hbrib'feSrtat;;';hisT;';SUCCOT^  to ';Baskfticubwa*i4'!.'!.!;!? ''y2:^:}yy':-.yyyXi-y  lyTl^^esblutibri  iiibariy^; support.vof Mr, Garry ariof'Mr!  ;Hault^m:,?T^T..!!3^?;,T:: y&^yyy^y:' yXXXX  justify; ...   .  . .    ....  "I.dori!t thih!k;.-0;K^^  been in?itbrce-^i^^bai'_if.atri;a.^>KbT.^aye;  -had;.no"cbmpjtorits^^S'^y:2   .!'XX:&  "Notwithetaridiigy#ibt?Mr. PMpperi;  says, grievancssVhaye been espressed  over  and':over:'.ai^iri/.'^rb  .iwhitia. yyy yyyy-iyyyyyyyyyyyyymy-:.  . ??"it is siiriply-a?;4mg^Sv,bn.'^that^ve  ;.start --,?;w|_h1?:^the y;:C\P^������ry?iWeATbarinpt,  ,-^n :���������. ,* ^: ^t!5-������tt>: i^^t. ^^>-.-*, '-^he-^saEtte?  ���������i:irio������t,!'",',:;  ���������W.  - ��������� ,-    ,'m"  I*1'*4'\- V'i . Vi   'iA'  MlnlWerbf Inland  '': ��������� t? ^brce'.'Law'.:Regard|'Hg"!h  & .i&!' ^.yi.tlpn?^ lvIo.re.?Strlctly.:.y|i-.-;-;iv'''-;?'?  t Ottawa, 6nt:^Hbnv^^B^  aninister; of inland . reyenue.; decided  to 'iritrodube, a\ very important! amend-1  merit to the pare fpdB act this aesslon.  Amendments will toe particularly dirr:  ected towar.dB. the Bale.of patent riied-;  iciries.   '"",'.'   '.'" '.'".!'.,'.   "?!',?;!'  At present th? Canadian law is 'not  nearly.,a!3 stringent; as the; Airi-erlcari,  As a reflult, many , patent inedlbines.  which are now debarred in the Uriit-  edStates are'being widely advertised  and sold lb; Canaan. ,it ib understood;  the registry of preparations wlll'j be  'Bioirft,btrlctly enforced. ��������� At prcaents  dollar Ib supposed to be paid the de;  {iartm*?nt! for every preparation' rbgt  Btered.   -��������� '?'-;:- ,?  "Somo, firms, It is-Baidi have been ln  the habit of paying one dollar to cover all preparations.  The minister has    discovered   one  dollar "for- twelve 'hundred  pvdpara-  ���������tlbrip. ���������;.-���������'��������� V"?'���������"-':;;:>.;���������   ���������.    -    ....���������,/;,,  Thbffej4fl"(?6mb Blxty thbu'saivd i>rc:  par'nVlbn,n';'arb:'bn tho market and riot  more thjfnu fifth iHrogiBtored.  J1 '���������'���������' Tfib'^lplptbr also decidbd, on H.riot  Bnipv.cMimnt vof the. pi:fliB������a*: law. pa  ^BtatPteVbobttB:'''' '������������������������������������'��������������������������� ';-"'"?' '   r ������������������'���������''  :,     AQRICrULTURE; ISDUCATION  . i  ',.','- '.n ���������,'.';,",,.ii'' ������.'''.'';"4;:'.'^V'W "  rui'-: .     ������������������,:*'��������� ,������K..,.  ,j:,nTc- ,.������'  ^^������n'^^������^^'^ri;d Mtf MM.  ���������y,.X.?;':ino RUrbl SohpdliAFppmlriB;^,......,;,  ,.; Ottawa, ..Ont-t-A, plan?, for exWridirig  agricultural''bdiicaUPn to th>* boj/H nnd  jKlrln attpndtnK ryvrt rtchoplH, waw unfolded ttt th'p oonClUBlon ,;of the Cari-  ndlan Seed ,4_rbwbrh' ABBbblaWcm* Con-  "'vontlon.'.-.:-'.. .,'���������. '-������������������ j-������-y"J .><���������>���������-���������������������������> ���������������������������> .  The bpoakor 'wan    ProfoBflor    W.  . BlmnBon: ot MaflBaohUBottB who delivered a paper on "Vocational Agrl-  , nulturo Mduoatlpn for Boy������ and Olrln."  Me debit with hlB BUbjeot in nn exceedingly interesting way, and It was  proponed by tho mooting to pubilHh  the loc-uro iu pamphiot loiiu uud dl_-  ,' Irlbiitb It through the rural localities  of tho country.  .lEHaBAlEN  SEEK I7ULL  CONTROL  :"*''if..'.>)  Duluth Mmi to Parm lnim<������n������e Aoreno������  ��������� Duluth, MHm.^Sanford.F. Mol.ood.  retiring purchasing agent for tho Duluth, Mlooabo and Northern Railroad.  Duluth, intundu to Blurt un ImmenHu  Rrnln farm  in  SaBkatohowan,    Four  4*-i������,.������������������^    n<t4������4nn    nrlll    *������������������    Of>*i������l'������������)    ft\    fin..  tliln. nprlng, and by next yoar over  ���������7.000 Hf<r������f������ \w(\ to bo wown to Rrnln.   Huntingdon, Quo.. Ih running for ot-  Day and night nhlftti will bo employed^! flee of vetcrlnftry-Rcnoral of tho Do  ;-i���������������������������!;;������������������ ������������������ji' ,v ���������-...��������� ������������������ ��������� '������������������ ���������--.-->���������-������������������ ,��������� ,���������.������������������. .1 ; ..���������-.������������������ -������������������������������������;;, y  HoWe 'Rule\_illl  Outlined' by^ Hon:  Wipston Chprchlll lu Dlcappolntlna ,  .."ILib^don; J-ng'.-^r'fli.o Homo Rulo RUI,  ffft oiuilned by Tion. Wlnatou Cliuroh-  111,'l-'holii'k dluouHHOtl all over Iroluini  apd gonoraldlHapjioitititiout Ih, oxproH-  Hbd at ita financial rpropoaaliJ.Var*  Ibi.B public Oodles Buggoflt that If Ireland wa������ not glvon full control of all  taxon to bo lovlod In tho country tho  national bbnvdhtloh would Jrojoct it.  ��������� Patrick".)VhJt4?,,.M. P., Bald thatim-'  load tho homo rulo parliament had full  pnd fwb loglHiatlvo authority, It  woiild-bo'IihaIobH'to Trolnnd.  ,At a mooting of >. tho... executive of  thft'Unttdll li-lah T-cart"M liold at Diok-  hpda, Nv T. ^urphy Bald that tho only  measure of Bolf-governmont acceptable wonltt bo,one that would give  Irlehmori; lull',po^br ;So'" deal? with  everything concbrhing' Ireland- fttid  full contit>l of ovoj-y tax,  ,  IVjay ACibpsed Dr. Rutherford  O+towny On*���������Dr       NlAlnn.,     'Wrlf.h  formerly Cbri������orvativ������    moinhor ' for  RESTRICTIONS  ON   CAN. TIWiBER  y ���������������������������?v;;vKyyyy-y-~-���������-.���������4..-<, yX.yy ���������-. X.yy2  ;U. ,������^ Gbvernment A^x/iseb: impbsitiojr  ',:.py^of?Tariff!'Duty,onT.pu|p;^ridi :f.!;v;!i'?v  'X:sh:X2y^y^t^MlP  5 WaBhington.r^Thb ? Ambricari \ gov^  brrimerit has^l-arned-bf?; more brown  forest :.lands;yin'!Canada!;upbri whicli?  rcBtrlctiona ar- placed as to. the man-'  ufactrirebf their timber, trierbbisri depriving the. wood pulp arid pri lit paper from these wooda of free entry1 in-  to thb -United States.i;   ' ;���������;?"?: [ -2:  '!;Thb lauds' are located iri the iprov-,  irices of .Manitoba,.Saskatchewati -arid  Albevrta, wltliin twenty miles on blthbr  side Of the. riiafn.line of the Canadian  Pacific^Railway, and in; a tract jof 3.-  B00;o00 acreB in the,Peace River district in British Columbia. Liccnc'cn bri  the land pr.ovidb tt,at; all .timbejr but  from thehi mtiBt;, be, riiariufactured. 'in  '<)ariada..''V';-���������!>;'''^'���������.���������������������������,.V'i'''--'':.;'^  The trbaflury��������� advised 'the colWctbrB  of cuBtoma, arid ,tho. state; department  advifled consular "officials that I thlpj,  was rbBtrictlon whicb warranted the'  impoaitiori .of.'the tartlff-.duty o'ri the  wood liulp! arid print, paper made frlrtn  '.th'bde" w'-bods.'.' ^" ,^-- '������������������?.. y ���������>..-..' (,, | ���������; .. _ ��������� t ���������i  yiEW   PA.IMAIVIA  Cp^STRUCtlON "  Hon.^^^ Cllffprd-; Slftoii ' "^woria l*-irty-  ;;'.'?,!. 'v* SalHrio From New Yofc ; I . ���������!,���������!,  Noy v,(Ybrk.--DlBtln#uishotl' riubllc  biffloialifly.p.! ,bbth thp IT^i^od States and  CanAda iare Included among? thp pas-  ..������Pri_flm*Whp ,Bj.llod for Pabftmn, to  vlflV^'the: progreBB or.confltriiotihn bu  tiho rfthmlari Canal < '���������:   ''!;  j.Two memhqra oCProaldorit jraft'-  oablnet, Beoretary ot the:;rinterior  FJahPr and PoBtmaflter-Genor'^l pltch-  4vool.,;wb������-o awiorigthoBG in tho party.  Canada was ropmBorited by Horn Clifford Sifton, foiwer, mlnlBtor. of tho  'jintQ'rKor.rind tor many yearn ri loading  tlguro in public life in! tho Dbmlploh.  aridit. T'w.i-li probaiblyy be^,a\vl4>������at'd^t(  ?f i������ffia^-$_?B^.#8SioiriiiBip^?;wpuld4 ;Tripi  :?cuHail ��������� yorX^^0X^^y^0^:i y&w&F.  vShbuidi^be^cbridubt-d^'S'-i?!?!'-'^  fS^-^bri^:;i*^t^^ ;  /Mrit?toN?get!t^gle4A#^ri;x.it,;h!;^  .it-betteristp; IbaM ������iS^4_M._Ji.^!!L^^^  i������j������. hasdp iOf- the. eounsek^iTW/ft ^������1:  eit-^hfer-Vbr'^Wey2&iMtf2^:Mts?86i&:  pariV^s *firiMciali! Jda!ridii^^tb^;rib tn-r  quired-lntothey,shbuldybbra.ll investigated: Xyyyt2lymmmmX2:: m "22  ^?"The piibstion is;to decld^fwhatfrratr  es; are? fbi,r, Irrespbctlvb^Pf the st]aiid-;  ing of any company. .iv!Wrieri;! c^n ,5ybir  go -ahead-witb^thb^ri^ulix?''^b!as^4t  Mr: .Whttla, ^I'^arii prbpared,;.? to ;ypro-  ceed'!at-. ..once,'';.?2-y,} .',���������.;.y-XyXVH;'i ��������� ft'; ������������������viv  yiMr!.!, Whitla.-^ At-;:Jbaat..;^t^in: ;T?.a;  ?week.".!:.���������?.'��������� ??;',,'���������:���������.������������������ .-',.??"'.'....;���������; yXyyyyyy  i.r..;iWi;r.-Ghry8lb^.-saldE.t^y.?]h^d;!������  what iritbrm^tt^ri wbrild ^bPiafked; fot,  from them, and thought tliat the ?;riext  Bitting'^h'bul'd be putvflvp!?or six.Wpekfl'.;  ahead.-'?'' ^'���������.;-������??:?;.;-;.?'..'v?'?:v,;.'t..:.; ':.?.'.'; ���������''������������������' ^  The board resumed consideration of  <thb<ibbard of 'iijfradiei. of Ty^ncouyer for  cease maklrig < and' charging'���������"���������dlBCyIm-  inatoryrateBfroni'iVancpuvfiirto points  in theimidttlt-iw-batiaa cqi������tiai:'odJwlth  date's -'cTiiirfeM r<frbm pPlritbiitt * ithb  ftflst to the. prairie proylnceB; also for  an order calling upon vt������e C.P.R: to  oease charging aiscrlminatory : fates  on-wheat tothe Raclflc coast arid, to,  reduce paflBenger ratgBi ;parti.c,\|ilpiy:  to: cbm merclal travellers.. ��������� y^^ w7 '.' ���������:  .'iv> -W.������ A. MripDoriald and. W.; D. Pbwer  appealed forHhe' Varicbnvbr Board pt  Trade; Whllb thb; proceedinga were  watched by.H*' H. Stevons^M,; Pv, F<  ��������� Hi Chrysler.' and; H- ReattlOspri behalf  Of' the CPiRV nGlvryBler .iatormed the  commiRmbn, that-the 0. P.-R^ w.ir pre-  riared tb 'Jrift"!' the rates to the coast,;  and, nut.-_������&i������'C4.������.tr'AuaitoT- Mble on thb  htarid to pirbducb bvlderice ?r,to������y> ahow  that tho cost ibf operating In thaiAvoBt  iB much riigrior than In oaBtorri Cari*  ,Mk'-'','1uHflb^;(������#i-������hln4itibn,,"i: Mole aaid  thatttroight traffic operating oxponaos  ?'on tlio Pa'cJfic^baBttdivlfllbn wrin nev-  ^li-y-tour. por*icent*,pf'stho; groflfl rpv-  lonup a������ compared wlt.h flevoiity: per  'enrit. on the onBtern diVlfllon. PiiBBen-  gor eXponBoB accounted for, eighty-one  per cent, of tho groBB rovonub, and  thia was for operating expenflOBulonu.  :ii-Sriada-;?dpriri^'?thel?'fir^-yteim  ���������bf the current" fificbl.year;; TAprii?^l to  ?a^#d!;'!at!?:oceari;:'^brts^'aSdSllI^O^  MbjffMl^??lJnited^State^  ^1^^;fI^rbat8how;!a: .  .i5^er:!:cent.^as'';'conipar^ ,.,..-........ lfc. ^-^.---ff- =;i'*"'W4^������^.^*^������r^������fr"--5-'������������'wfi  fbr^ieWcbrrespPndirig mohthbvof the  ^  last"ttBWl year,, which .were  158.670 t^deat^.^^^^  afc;bcean4ort8 arid ;102>17 from the |;*%!^;^S^W������?SM  Urilted; Stktbb, makirig a total for the  tbriblibriths! during the previous fl seal  '���������;y.������a.--"-Q-;':..2.6.0;_87.v'..-':-'-;-:.-  ? During the month of January this  yeair there were 8*189 aiT-ivals, 3,848  ' bf vWeiri! havifig been at ocean ports  arid' 4,341 from the United States; ;as  agalrist 'T.,461 for January last .year,  3,146' of whorri were ."at 0cea.ri ports  arid 4,715 from.the United States.;  MAKING BIG EXHIBIT  Five traction englnoB and gang plows  Will Vui<* t,Wi>ul> liwurw a day, with  two tnn*hour shiria. A imlverb.or will  follow the tracuon������ and tno sceaorn  4*4.     44i. V4444  V.t..     14114...       H.V     14444 4 4.4 44.4,4,  Ing will occupy 27 days and tho sodd  ing 8.  ������������������.V.,:.....,  minion. This is tho post whioh Dr.  lluthuriuiu lu nlviuji up, liuving lately  roponted bin application bouto monthw  to    rouro.    Tha  ago to no aiiuwuu  ...    ... 4   ...������   n,.    .*������..,*  4V.������.4>������. ���������4.44        V  4, .'���������, 4  4    44,  good.    He Ik a McCIIII man and ha*  been In practice for twenty year������,   ���������-.���������  .Qreater Speed for Bnttlashlps , -X  l.oridon, "Eng.Tnlmportant 8tructur������U  ultoruUuuu Iwu'c boctit cuunnoncuU ut  the,Davenport Dock-yard to thb now  batlloHhlp cTuluer Lloli, tho longoat  warship afloat, which last month at*  tallied a? record .tot Mpo-d.  TlioaltoratlpnB wlH,,it Ib oBllmatod,  CQHt $1-6,000 nnd will Include rn^my',  Ing tho position of tho two mastB and  altorlnK th������ portion of one fnnn'iiV  TJio other vouuolu of the uamo ola-m,  tho Prlncooo Royal and the Queen  Mnyy  ftri*  in \\n  .tltnUnrly  fftufitml,  "It" In bollevcd that the alteratlonB  are tiiMiotutltaliMl by tlio fact (hut although the drmlKnod horflcpower wn������  exceeded In the oourBo of tlio Uon'M  trialu, lav upouu uiiuiuod did nut cwmu  up to the anticipations, hnvlng rorrnrd  to tho enoriuoiiB itoiHo-powor uuv<*lop*  4U44.U1.4  Uay and night Bhlfln are being em*  ployed in making the ulteralloni.   United State's to Spend $TO,000 alt Dry  v.-* ''". ��������� .��������� ^FarmlngvOb^B'***---^..^!''!;;;  Calgary, Alta.���������F,; W. MondeU,  Washington cuutjicaaman. in thbiiri-  'tbre'Bfa" of the lriterriatlbnal dry farming congress, to be held at Lethbrldge.  OKtbb.er 21, to, 20 jii[ext..*haB..passed a,  bill through thb -bmmlttbeB of; agriculture and,:; appropriations approved  by' Pr-ptdbiit TP/ft. and'- Secretary of  Agriculture Wilson for $10,OQa.ab ������  grant from the United States Government toward att% exhibit at the Leth-  ���������brldge dry farming congroaB. , The exhibit will be collected from 33 federal  experlmnetal stations under the direction of the ��������� dbp^tmerif'! b)t vlpt'ferijcul-  ture. and w',11 probably reqilire u special buildirigio.tii. vbipdti-d int^hlcb to  ���������-Xlilblt-It."'   "'.   -*���������'"������������������������������������.���������'���������".������������������   ���������'���������.������������������:.-������������������: ;-..���������'.  ',���������-���������;.���������';������������������'��������� ��������������������������� i  ^.TTiW: . . '  !   . ���������-; :.     .  . Wantp,.C.anadl.flinlpon^ul^^ny-l^v ;.  '.'Tororitb;'Ont,'������������������AddreBstng ������tli_.,.Lit-  eicary Society of MoMafltor.i Underbuy'*  at Ua: ninth annual banquet the Hon.  W. ;L. MacKoiulo :KUil������ bxpl'e'Bfleditho  opinion that, the time had cbine when  Canadians should have a Bharb. im tho  conduct arid diplomatic service of the  Empire, ..,*���������..; . ?   .  If Can ad lan b wbt'e big' enough  to  Bhave in .thp gbverriment of tha Em-  piV,e,,ho thought thoy were big enough  ' to alfa In 'ft B^vWiH 'tfie> dlplbriiat'  years;. .;��������� rAp? the:,d4^1t:ieiijptedv?-5-ve:!ori,|;.M|l  the lirieof the luBtvpf thbitleahi ? thb^p^l  :lu_t': bfrthe eyes-;arid'ivthP! .pridbkb-l-hUfe^i^J  (I John ii. 16) arid?^on thb da^i^b liel^gJ  tempted the Lord Jepris but w^ de������'?yfVW!l  feated. Eve had everything that the^^V;;^  Lord saW'that ehbineeded, yet atie ateB^s-fl  the forblddbn-ifruit.-ifelTh'e. Lbrd 1 JeeuBSf.^$1  having' fasted fprty ������^ay������Vwfl ^elrig^i-p^i  hungry, yet "overcatrie by the woMb/c0s?1 J .1  "Man? Bhdll nbti Wyei by?;bread .���������alo.ne;^S%.'rl  but by ever^wbrd������������������"of Gpd" ..X^kp-lv^iiyS^j  4).?.;,,The;;.devll,3,'!,aYnl^tipri.t^;������^';^^^^  4nii4-tia<i, 1T!i/o   CTian ,,vlifj '1'4���������.!'������������������ rinfi'i.'-'.������������������$[.hit  1).     ,:iue   .UWVii ������    uiMM.i4>yii.u<u,i.j..itir, ,*Wij,���������...i,t,.i.|  God conquered Eve (iBa^xivj Ml Gbn:^yti4?l  t*xbpedodil.Uipne of, .the caflt: ,      ���������  Chltif' ftommlBBlbrior Mabco at tKlsi  point aelcod counsel. .^tt, y-JH-W be  agrooablo: tovhay^ the, pj-.-wnit cn-ao  morii-cl la",. t;ou<'ral lnvi.-J.tlg.ii.on Into.  freight rnton in the weBt now ponding,'  CouiiBel for the' railway������ wore agroo-  ablb, V brit MrA- MMDona)d objected.  Tl^eipJ���������.e������flpt'appUclmon,, lie Bald, was,  a Btraight question of diHcrlinlnation  an, bptweon, Montreal. and Vaucoijvor.  to' ocean portw. He/, doBlred the In-  vriBtlgatlon to contlnuo. Mr. Chryalor,  couwhuJ .for the iirV. R, thou pr,oqopu;  ed to Btato, hia ca������b. ,Tle presented  !*.if.r." ���������-rblbltn wblrih b<* "alculhlftd  would disprove tho charge of dlHorlm-  Inetlon.  Ho imid thnt.. operating oxponsen on  thp Pacific dlvlBlon a������ compared jvlth  timne in the ouulcru, division Jui������iiflcd  the d1tt������������rr������nc������ In ratos. He based hl������  case  on  the  had  been   given , dominion , oyer  alily ,;u,,vii  things (Gen. t.^G-j^V, but therloBti^  by giving heed to thlp,, great px-emy/!'' j,, ;:|  and 'ho.lias ever _lric_ b>en!t,ho god -off ������������������',���������/;; H'  tliiB*world (U CpY.iv, fl).   The Lord'X^.ikti  .Toaus..the last Adam, knew that'SDjnc';:,:' /!?  day He woVU'd >,eSt?pivb the 'dj^i'irt&rfc toA.:���������]yy  man, and the kingdom* .W^e,,w<)M^:������l  will be 111b kingdom (Rev...xl.\-iri>.;Sq'lTVv;'jfjJ  He could Pay to'.the; great adyerflaty;-jf��������� ';>I  "Get thee hence, Satan/'.,,-Itv If Writ'^'V  >l  ten/ "Thou   shulf  WorBltlp the' TWrd/;'- ?;]  thy God   and  HIm?bniy,- shaltv'.tho_}'*.l-t,V?I  servo."   We road In Lpke that "whenvV*?,;,!  'the'devil hnd ended all the toraptatloriV,iV4i:fj  he dt>)i������^tod''|.-,om' Him for a soatfon.'f1^;- vfl  and^Wttlibw'.d'rid:'Mark toll- HB that^i-.v,i  "a'npb-B crime rind ^mlniat-red'   unto ������i ;,:|  Hlni.V   We muBt remember, that thb ���������^1  Bamo  gle'rirl������Wverhary -H* -atlll   goln^;9U'^il  about socking'whom he .may devourfW.^1  Rut with tho armor provldod fpr p������f/v"!|; (,i"  and by tho  nword  nnd'���������tho IOaoH  of'���������.'.  the liamb wo, \oo, may, be overcomerBtit,!'J IV  Becking nothing for ournbiybB;!.wall^;:'4i.'.'  Ing humbly with our God, and worthWi^t;-,;.  of tho kingdom, a"* glory -to wtilcji1^.-'.:-.'!  ..the.Canndlin) 'dovnrnnnSnt should? confer with tlib BrlllBh Government, for  ihe,,purpoBo ol utoring privileges tor  tho������p, Oanadlann ivhb , coiild quallry  theaiBelves in that >w������p-ict,..,, . ;  IPs-'if ������������������ ������������������ fj '* ������������������ '.."���������/ .:'.:i.!i^I-.- ?��������� ��������� ;������������������;.  fiT^ATHCONA  GENKBOU^   T���������  t'riuoli   -UMUiium   una  44ll4.lln. 1.4 .OAfl IM  CU4M44WV       4.44.4V4. 4.4.4,....'-.  whlbh the HiibBtanco  ������_,__*.- HU cone-had  Gives Order for $7,000 Flablng Lodoe;  . For Duke of Connauoht  WpuUwi'���������Lord ��������� fltrathopi.^ ,   hn������  ngntn shown IiIb good wili for Canada  1-444*        4T4.I .,t    4.4.       n^        /-_.*,..-       **'    f. -    4 \\t\        ]^ 14 4 1 ,������ I .4 tfw  of a-'|7,00������ fishing lodge, to h������ piacod I ^pro ,M,ror������J^I.  at "tho dlHpbsal of H.IUT. the Dukb bf- >'    '    ^  Connaught.  The order waa giv^n to Mesfirs  Marchund and Haskell, Montreal, to  nrepnrfl plans, nnd th������������He havo been  accepted. , {-^  ...... .44      . , ., ,      ��������� ..      .������**     '      4  J    I.O      IUU4.I  w������? liVo'tianeft"Wtriii v������: ^l-^xli; 11^ !  \t wa-ros^t thP.dovlLhp will t\tio Jrom ���������������>.  us. m ^m^^.m^':y-y''-f 'i-���������'<:������������������  iBftth Pavor'Nslspr.*��������� ��������� ���������&    ���������.���������.���������"-  OtinwB, Ont-.-^-Onptniiiw RnrnlAiW^nH '���������'������������������*  Uartlott, Canada's bpB-i.Tkli'o'Wri 'ilj^i^   ,  imvlgutorB,   IntVM   buon   cauuultba   by   f  ;Mb������isrfl,jjRbgpra' and .Cbp^r^io ob:,m^^������;i  HiwSHon'*.pay. . At ri niobltlntt bptftreeri^*' -  the nilplBtora and the navigatbra; jaiittPBl_ ,  *.vc^e' consultod andxboth thb:cap;tai%Bjlf ',^  oxpiiJHflcd lhbiKu.clvco'a_ bolpK In fipf"','?  vor of Nelnon.   It, Is und������rfltoodi')ihof{������-*-l'' :  pver; that another; hydrographlq*! buKv '������';;  .v.o.v will bp uont to the Bay to ^ecurtji,'  .-���������  'i:  ^4  :���������:,.'������  1������ '"���������,!  '".��������� Xi -���������  -",'*(������������������'  f:  L|Mr0e Elevator **������r !,For,*.Wllilfcrii.ft ���������  Montifoal.���������Tho    of tidal' statembft1;  '4to'."i^Wn but from the Grand Truijltt  PiK-fflr offlccn ttri.t rh :WO(1ri.poo MiBhCEi*'  {^ai^^pj^oti: ^HMV*. ������rect0*i ftJ������ ���������*'PT.t  ....   ������..4M*4>>������   ���������: .       > J   4<4>     ������UUf������4.       >.,44-    44 4.       4144,4 4-    44.4     441.    .MIMUU   I   ....   .).���������<������,.<,      ,'*,44.4,       4..   4.441.V       4.44        . V.������ m%4 .     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' i-LyM ���������     i ... i '.<������^4/������'i-^'''r;i./''������^^^  ^y!yyT*-.     ��������� ��������� -������������������-��������������������������� ������������������:������������������������������������'T^t-^^^i^iXin l_j1m������. iM������ w m 'M    ������������������ ��������� * ��������� '  . nm. ,������   m   . ,rf M. .1 .   .;.. ,,,.,. mi,;-, ,-.��������������������������� fT, ("v. .-...^���������.iy.fflifcl'riM''.^ r.yjr'-^Wi^W.'Sirjrj.,..'.'������,V^,...',|:;,,.,'.;. *Tgl.**.t'"i>;^ff������CJ!*BI11'  iis "jpqfe ^_->?;??l^ 'Ji-L������OAL^SIItfWSV .   ML^^^^^^^^^^^^ISS^^S&^^^m  Wm    -SLWmf   .3*1^" '     ,'^H '��������� wF WtlksSi ' I.I li.lOTMlll limil-..* II ll il   I     III. ���������.iiN.MHi.iMliny     ��������� ,f{m%nir^^T,<m^m^,   ,  4   fegii  i_g jjti eji . j -f. ������' v- ��������� >=*_ sm W������&s������gjmte8& -Jm  ^*"* ._������������, ___ ������������������ CS   . I       ?Ti H   ���������_JJ 4      '.^rff^a^iE      ., _ ���������������_ _      _J._   J.    _������   444_~     ���������i *        ,4   ,    I         a      j_iesBnbyGilcli_isto__^el5oais'?isit-  ^f jfe?" , _���������__ "_.   " "^^-JBfl1       ''ffi  || ing at the heme of Mies Hattie French   ^      y /    , /TWfe^EX ' SAMf^La*S    HAV-Elfjb     , ' >.|������  (Pore-Doera are detachable)  5-Paswmger -^-i'-Cylinder - 20 Horsepower  g-^.. MBlnMAuajg iapludss estsssics i-sp, s.~."  tom'etio te-aes windshield, speedometer,  two ti-inoh gcto lamps, generator, three oil  lamp-, hcya and tools���������-f.o.b. Creston. Ho  IfcsA G&wi eeid tsaeq.'aipp-d. -   *  ||  gj    John Aihertoa left Meade? So? Oa.  St ���������  ~ itnry where he expects io tneke i.:a  fti  are home    Mrs.   Aiherton expects t<  i| join him in a few days.   '  II -  i)    II  J2..S      V..    V.       ������.44,4^4^W.H.      ���������������> 4M4>     ITitiQuUBU      fcO  week  h<>i. borne v- ?*!s~3 *hs?sr!* ~=-~ k* *���������������  W  #  _>^__4_^>/5.F"  tV&  W  ������  JJ  i^^?S_^ _/V,-5'������5a "_-������_.--w,'-f----g<*'J*''*'****i  *ai  FOF-i Mode! T C������������aserc������a! Reailstcr  jUPnmble Seat Is Beeaovcable)  S-PaHSenger��������� 4-OyIinder ��������� 2������ Horaapo-  wer Car. Price |925.inolude������ top, at-to-  gaatio Iwaas-^BriBdsdsieia, -peeposoeter,  toe @-isoh gas lamps,. ganerBior," three  e&tan^r horn aad tosto���������*.o.b. Ch������s-  ������*m.XoFox������. Cflira-oi-. rin_qaip_wu.  J* __-__--____-_-_B_______---__-'i4___H____i_H-__--______^  1    olr, J. MoSSahosa   left Tuesday .for  s������l?ort tviiiiam, Oss.s ;b fCs^hts hor.swlsolf.  SSSS������_5B I  w i M������lonssng3 sum esrpsasg  ������> tetut-s ,sn  about three weeks.  ���������See the -hoes in owe window.   8. A.  Speers.  m  WE GUARANTEED  A F*ERF?EOT FiTM  The hoses-v ot the CasiD-W^  bell's Clothing materials aticl" '  tlie integrity of ICs workmanship *re thisgs which ^  1 1 The beauty oi purchasisig  ���������& 19*  __l I a Ford, aside from   the high  S B standard   of   excellence   ia  S- g thSb   vs_H5������st*]-i-*   steci .ssarvci  >-_* ' m*mm mmmm    \* ������x     _4 _*-���������> __k *^ _3-%-5      ������.������    -_������^  -a# S.A.&REER& m>  ^S-SSSSs^SSStsg^ -#$^#^������*^������i������s  ���������Spwiial prices men's  heavy  shoes  SJ ������|. A. Saos-S-  Mr nnd M/*j* S A. Sneerm went to  tfcl-on Hondny. Mt������. Speera is spend-  ������������������ ft f������w days t hei*e,  ������������* is  ���������-.,   *?f;tr^;st-r.kw airenriinp  g   is that it comes "fully equippedr���������tfee -Jar without "-extras.  1 /SB  Mi  SI    w i>  g j -he Ornngemati's convention  Ml   a, m  fl  ������ TTB. --   85^ __s_"*������_4K_.���������������������%-as' BS ..*��������������� m^BUs ^-v b_i ^b6a������%b^    S  ! I ne iifssiysi Baruur mm  > in,  IT J ���������      I .      IIIM���������II un         "    '        ,'    ''*    "',',"    '."'.*    "   ���������"' l,'lgl'���������-  ,      _ _ - 11  (.Biiiiards mod Pool !| Hot or Cold Baths  ja****  Room  ���������^M!^- II At Aa^ Houp  ^������^_^ Koom *^f^ (g  ���������-44-        fl  D.  ^"^4������*4V.-������k"������4,       144>������-'I       C!^-*  i s  I  Rfttinrtv la in Vifttnrtn  H  1  Dave Elmer o\ Qranbroek spent the  ForsS Model T Torpedo Runabout  S-i?4S44������i^_s---4->Q?ii-.d8r>---8!i������ Wspisoomes  Qte&stB* ^SSissolndee top,RtitomatJ������ lama*    ^| j ������arly part ef the week in Creston.  w,<44tiRhiMci. ���������npedomefer.   iwo6-txiO-t gets  iamp^ t^BStera-or, thrms oil laatps.   -iwu  &%������ taoSi5*-^f.--,b. Creatos,   No FoydGars  ��������������������� uasqaiwi  --~^^^-".^������������a     , ��������� - " 4---^������^_*>^������^----������i_iiiu.,ii    i ._; mmmm  CAK4 L-JATtTflTi   n  than I 1  VJMIVI     I     j J"-.'    I      liaabab/)    SIMM  I   I  ���������   I  II  i./^W^^__-___-H_^  JSl Hrt 4_k"  |J        We are alsaag������nts lor"0|4si  mobile Cars 4 aird 6 cylinder \  ; . $4,200 to $7200, Oakland, Cars  The Oeptftn MemanHle Oompanv h������.a  I I -v^n ihs-ldin^ roses around its aSore nnd  ������ ii- mtJrinf? a decided improvement in tho  El  rll  ���������&1  highway.  t   fi?^ 5o fe-os������.   Hsaders Motos^cles, $240 up? Mclntyre Tnicks faooo up;  w  ������Em *Ws   SSL9k\m9W0mmmm  it       f% ill _    ��������� 1  1 ������i������ ������v 11 j-fl^g!!| 1 V Sri II4 fa  ^ lJiiiij||i.g uiiili iwO^tLi^fy-x 1^  -r^T---_.-������--.-_:2i_4���������-     f/'^^^^^       15    ���������"  - i^u_"s������rafgs     w&murtp  s~** Kt*  Om~GS$Qn  ^-^Oooking, Housewo.k^ Needlework,  Nursing, or care of children orinvalids  nndertakpn by the . day. Terms $1,>50  to $3.; !Miss ~R. Warner, Creston.  #  % HeTpe a verv fine kssortmmt of <&  ^T" .    m-      v . a.  O *-*4 .. . *  iivs o-c saw  ��������� ��������� ������������������-  Yottr ohoice oat of 82 head weighing  V  1 from 1800 to 1700 hundred.  39'  Canyon City linmber Co., Ltd.  ��������� Fruit  Oriental and Shade Trees  xSa  PROFESSIONALS  A. R. LUMDGREN, M. B.  Physician and Surgeon  Z-K&X-ER   BLOCK,       SPOKANE.  ?AS= H* --CHuFIiSJbD  Fin, Life aad Aooideat Inmanuaco  \ -_____.  *      SSAX. SSSATE, Bfeo.  -a__-H_-H--__-  TRAIL      *       -      -  B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. B. HALLD.D.S.  0_5e_   ovbr Freak PmIw Hardware  CHAS. MOXJRE, CE.  NIWIM_M  j B C. Ziavb. Stm-'mToa ai������> .Aky&rmci  b   ������spumraa a^%a_in> n e>B4,       BAWAt  ���������    inwnwvvinvn--      eiw ������ ���������*���������������������  soy^aciftw straw*    :  BERRY PLANTS  ___---_________������4_--l_---       (  $IO PERT HGUSAND       |  '   '     "      '        '     ' I        ���������     ' j1  aL/l plants guaranteed to  GROW.  _ '      ,''���������-  wWbKb BB*&Vifft.  _____________-_���������������. ��������� ' ������   ��������� "��������� I' "��������� 1  CHAKBROOK������  i '������������������>  Plans fl-iA Speoiftoatlons  ?ON>>,4 '-^2   --B^-C-  &4,?,^      -_w^f^#  V������a^_-������     a    g  B. C-  ���������GriaY   LOWENBERQ  ORSSTON  ���������J RESTON REALTY;,   y'x  - ^_u,D'INSURAi^^  ffstilt Lss,*-, Terr* i?^i95!--������y���������*^������i to-ttr-  gctlot1^ ������-ttl-is  4-iM  'll    ,  B.C.  CRESTON  ���������h'������G'.  OKELL, YOUNG Sl co.  Btal __c���������f ������s4 Ijmwiuioo.  1EOU-Q-3 TO B-CHT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  WAttAM LAVAL'S     .  Cottcm Root jCompouml Tablats  AW-AN-I   UMQVmJmTOMm  V-V? ^LfVB-������1  '**,--������    *-'.   T  Fdf tho buildlnBryoifj^P-ilr -few  5   SYNOPSIS OV CANADIAN NOBTIi-  -,     WB^T MINING REGULATIONS  COAL���������Coal mining rights may bo leased  or twenty-one years, renewoblo atai annual  rental of SI an acre. Not moro than 2,660 acres can .be leaned to one applicant. Royalty,  Ave cents-per ton, In uimurvnyed territory  tbe tract must be staked out by the appli  ^  ���������  giidded Stock "a speciality  S AU trees offered for sale,  are grown in  ou    ^  X  owis Nisr-rerie^j on The .Co.dstreasn   Estate   <L  on at la person, and personal application to  tbe Agent or sub-Aeent of Dominion Lands  tor tbe district muslin all eases be made and  .'���������-_.���������,'   mfr   . .. .  Hinds o. work.  'mi/m  glVeu  ���������44J-i .III llinl-rrTfaM  Rep iirs & Alterations  _ ���������������������������.���������'-;'���������'���������,; a areoiALTY  Charcreb rea������onable and eatisfaction  ��������� guaranteed on AU Work ; i  f/^^^Smmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmm  ���������.'40HlS...'BOYH>i   Creston  the:rental for tbe ttrot year must be paid to  the agent within thirty days after Aling  application  Q-UAETZ������������������A person eighteen years of ago  and over, having made a discovery may io-  eftteaelalm l.tMt f������������tbv 1,600, Kp������, ������5. a  least $100 must be expended on tho claim  2������.<,h ytSSLfi'V PR,d *������ th0 Mlalns Recorder.  wh������a $609.0 has been expended or paid and  other requirements oompiled with, tho claim  may he ptl>t-uasud nt it Mil utut������.  PLACKtt MINING O.LAIM8 are /WO feet  lohKand from LOW to 2,000 feet wide. Kntr.v  ree������5. Not less than MOO must be expended  indevelopan^ntworkeach year.  DRBOGING.--Two lcnnos oi Ave miles eooli  of a river may be Issued to ono applicant for  o term of to years,. Rental. Sio a nolle per an-  W.W. CORY  Deputy Minister of the Interior  * .mm  m-i-iiwiiinnuaii-uiii-iw  ThMe PIIU ate compounded with the creates!  ,jk* tooH the most reliable remedliM known to  sUMce; each ei *te-_il_* used with mac_ suce������is  ������������������---'-   -^  -'-"we kBowa.  bvUte moel cslsttrnted pbrsicuns -n-wa.  ^lT_*y ere a specific lortHe dlstreeshw dlMldei-  to oMcl������ tho (taaolft tponMttttlon la liable.  . Wee |l e box..   We*, ft (much stronnr). Ma  hex. S-W ������t sll dnt������ ���������io'fi!' o������ W ��������������� _JL*_om ***  m*  I OROH A RD /STS /  U ;'' "?*���������*"*��������� ,'"" " *  immammmmmmmmmmmmm*immmm^aimumtmmmmmmmiimm0*mmmmmmmmm       |  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd. I  W. IR. Beatt������  L  ORANBROOK * ������. O.  _.r,4' .'i'-i,..M4i....',."T ���������;l"������4ii-','  i   ,', I,,  F������lafli,ecl���������  r.iii'iii,4i4tiilii������Mi>i4������i- ii iii m ii hiil  ALDMHGROVK.   B.O.  Uav������ Tm FiMwrr  Mome-Qrown Nursery Stock  *mmmt������*0*itmm    AmhIm      P'tfS.ff      P!t!-*-i*,   Ofl*]k****ilp'*; ' -^tC  I  Full  Line  oi Hffllllnory  Hhowtntr till the VorytrfitoKt  l^iuihionii    In    LadloH* ' Hutu,  W4W .4> ,4 4���������444^f    ^4y44^4,V'l4./.  FO/f /'(/LL RARTlOUlmAHB  W-HTI6-- Oh Skjo��������� h  PIOHATin McOOIIB. TA8. COMPTON. I  Uaneral Manner, ^ l-ocal^auU, ��������� ��������� ��������� |||  mm  Wo havo nino it lartjo ������toe.k of  Ohlldren'o   Woanng   Ai>par<������l,  io* i,U'o 1**11 wiivl V/'-.tcr ,-_.~.sons  ��������� V. D. Curry, Qen. Agt, Vernon. 5  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4>^#4������^������*������-^  , Zi^e Riverside Nursetie&t  OmprmsmA^' X'X'X-      2." esANDPtases^^c.  It m  I,      '    .V.n,  GOVERNMENT EXPErtTS ADVISE BUYINt? TREE-_T NEAR  ATHOME  The Riverside Nup^erIsk.wr������ the'n^-ff-t n^wery cowpany topreston and  have more trees,planted,in this dj������ti.ety fchaa. a������y. 4)tli0r, tqrap^X. Tho  trees are  ' ''"  "      *    *���������������������������- ������������������-" -  in this Vl.-, ,  Forks in three days by frelgl  trees guaranteed nome g-own.'  7^,000 Rlvetaldo tr-OB are no\f Rrowlng .In t,1,d tiletric fc  Wq*j ristolojroo and Prfeo Mut, yrtto to���������  WALTER V. 4ACKSON. Agent, Creston, B.C  '* * . I," ' ' 'I    ���������'    '���������,���������.'*       * ,    .,'  '  ���������      - -     -    . ^^m-~  ��������������� ill l������in'i  Frfoes oil GSov@r Timothy an  Alfalfa all Government  warn  Mammoth Red Clover, cMon&rch No ty35c������  Alsike Clover, 35c per lb or 32c by the hundred*  White *Dtxtch D. 50c per pound.  Timothy 20c per potihd.  Alfalfa 35c alb or $32 per hundred.  Lawn Grass 40cper IL  mmmmi  mmmw  \  A carload of fencing to'arrive iu Hatch.   Wc shall .be in a position on arrival  ,*>$   **1eijr*    /-*!-������������  4>r%   ������v<������,a   *���������?--.*���������<   l-./-tfr������e-   *%<-\r*t*e*.   4*\% **. -m   ?*****���������*  Isnfr-i+'m *f^r^   %*-������5l1     ifitHHfi-ih'fmir   r* Atn --  petition ou fencing.  lLm-^Mw���������l������J^������������������!lWCl������^rw^~'"ml^ali|ii'ill^lilllIl���������^.  '���������laJa|l^gJJV^L^'lal!|l^lJJ���������L^^L.^tf^Jl'.'Jla^  ll  I laKUMMM4^M������-----_--*-_-_*^^ M  ;'J  # ...������. ������,  ^v A. M ���������- 1% /I    4-*. -a 4-v   ���������> 2m.  iLm\ J*.       W   ���������        unit. ���������*"������-% *������*. >* 44**' W r Hi- j~$ '  ______-_-____-_______-__-H_-----^^  tl   -^    '.'   '- .."'^���������^���������^'���������^������������������.���������������������������.'^^  H������-^ll-_l_9������  rfiiiiirtimiwiiiwi-


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