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Array I)  AH. Rosds !������ Etest, and We_* Ko3t���������_3ay L@s���������l to Creston  of the CRESTON j  DISTRICT  MM - - jj  __[ * --hk t_a  i .    -___ ___���������       u -eta.  c fid ^ja kg * on   a m __��������� ���������-    ��������� ���������-"    --  i\.l_^vj I V7il  i^f.'cfe-'S  ������*?���������?-- *- ;;&rFgm  - *    ... -/^^'ife^i  *-.". -"r.'^juSi'-.Sjl  ��������������������������������������������� ii ������i������ i |Ri;S js.fl  i   ai:������T TO AKxr-j  | ADDRESS  PO^plf  n  V   I JL-#  V  ������      i  $2.00 a year;  No. 34     4th    Year.  CRESTON, B.C, FfODAY APRIL.'x*Eh, 1912.  Singi r-   qpibs 5?C ^"Ji  ���������_Tai_iiasf������������  iii8  daGc ih  g  t- T  SHI lysine _  1 unibiyn i i%#si  I-  Votes Sum of Money to Defray Ex*  pense of Pictorial Display Showing Some Crestrn Scenes  The Board of Trade at its regular monthly meeting on  Tuesday evening voted to expend $150 in furthering Creston and the Creston district through the publication of a  couple of pages of photographs along with a full descriptive  article on the Valley in the new work *' British Columbia:  Its History, People, Commerce, Industries and Resources "  which is now being compiled by an army of men who are  husjTino" un fa^ts about R. C.    It will be a most comorehen-  O A. A-  sive work and is being ^compiled under  the  auspices  of the  T^**r*%������������i -HAinl   r*s\*T������*+������*+******* *���������  ndiu  WINSLOW     SENDING  fliTF    Tr*IBf������i8i fiB������  uu 1    ninuubnny  "Spuds" as a Commercial  Asset  Treated   Upon  By Lecturer  The Horticultural branch of the Department of Ajjrioulture is sending **nt  circulars pertaining to the growing of,  potatoes cotnmorcially which is especially interesting to the ranchers of this  district. It is from the pea of P. <E.  French, one ot the department    assist-  1 George Priehard returned to Creston  this week after having Bpenij a couple  months ins-c-sctis** Bud taking out poles  at Northport and along the Arrow lakes.  ���������The early hird catches the worm.  Get;   Borne early  tomato plants  from  1  Pochin, and catch the dollars.  Miss Eby and father left Wednesday  for Saskatoon where they will xaake  their home in the future. They went  via Nelson and the Arrow lakes in order to take in the scenery in that direction.  ���������We handle the well known McKea-  zies Seeds from 1 oz to 1  lb packages  j. A. Speers. ���������  nirLc  ggfsi no  nisi ik>  ���������iyL.yy  tmrm gaawas  ������rickson������Crestoii Organ^  iZatioii   gives Anfiuai  Entertainment  held its annual whist party and dance  ia the Mercantile Hall last Monday ove-  hing and over 100 people'were present  It was a most decided success, both in  an entertainment and a financial way  Th������ -whist playing was aiau-ced at 9  'C. Blair, of Canyon City who has bee"n  ants, who ass lectured ia Crestoa aad g lT, Scotland for aa-������_r&l'__o������tba returned i  o'clookand continued until nearly 11  o'clock. While playing ihe guests were  entertained by selections on the bag pipe  \>7 Constable George G-unn and by an  ttalinn struag orchestra. There were  ever a score Cj. wxiist tables and the winners   were as   follows:    First Ladieg  run rtuiu iiimH  WANTS ROUTE OVER  ���������t  EABL OBEY PASS  Kootenaian Knocks Southern Survey Of Motor  Highway  iii  The active head of the work is the London house of  Sells,Limited������w'iiich has issued similar works on Bast Africa  Cape Colony and a number of other English colonies. All  have met with the greatest success. A. E. Howard, special  representative of the firm, was in Creston the beginning of  the week and looked over the ranching possibilities. He later attended ths meeting of the Board of Tr<ide and presented  his proposition in a clear and lucid manner. The work according to Mr. Howard, will be put in every public library  in the world and already hundreds of copies have been  sold  ?*������   <������\&k\r<\x\rx1r\r\'Y\ nt Am*\i*Tt**-rT r������������������-vf .Q*������Yvf*������tTil*>.������=������s-  ��������������� m^   nm ���������������!������ , ���������   ,1 ' ��������� , ,n , ������i ..   ���������"���������..   %*^.������* w <wjt jr     _������**,������..������*   v���������K.v," w���������.^.  Subscription List   Is   Opened   At   Once;   $51   Is    Promised  Mr. Howard's first request was for a descriptive article  _* *_*__ Ji___::__  __j *u~    --���������_    -i-.*.   ��������� i.t~���������   _.������..-!J    t ���������.������i-i^_i___  TM    tll_ U.l&Hl'-l.    ilUU  1JC     OrtlU      LUC      iUdltCl      v/OuiU      UC   UliUliCjilCU  eVen though no further space in t he book  were bought  by  the organization.    A committee consisting of CO.Rodgers,  C. L. Wynn, Frank Callander and G. A. M. Young was ap  pointed to furnish this descriptive article and then an appropriation for further space was voted.    A subscription list was  opened among the few members present and $51 wassuscrib-j rhe grower must stay with the game,  ed at once.    The remainder will be collected in the near future,  Constable George Gunn  being appointed to take up  who is well versed in his subject.  Potatoes when grown on. the right  bnsis have been a very paying crop" in  British Columbia and the winning of a  carload of B. C. potatoes of the Stillwe 1  trophy at the New York land show io  competition with 66 other competitors  has created a continually growing in  tsrsst i_t the ssattar Ths circular ksov a  as Bulletin No 10 can be obtsined hy  ���������-���������hose interested from the Provincial  Sorticulturalist, R. M. Wiuslow. Thi  introduction to the bulletin*is _a part  is follows: ���������  Potato Market  is   Uncertain  "Ths potato market is one subject tc \  peculiar   and unforseen   fluotuatioup.  ** .      '   vT  Wednesday with a bride.  Davies & Co., Hams and Bacons are  the best of cured meats.  Get them from  I  j     ������     a   a. ex. 0������>oo*B.  Predictions as to crops -'arid prices ^arc' ���������*'  more difficult to make ia potatoes  thac  1  ���������vith any other of tho main or staple  rood crops. Generally speaking,' the  price received per acre leaves a good  margin over the cost of production, but  fihis is true more as an average of yeais  chan as a certaiuty every year. ���������  Certain faotors are peculiarly essential  1-.0 sncces8 with potatoes as a main orop.  The Board of Directors of tbe BVuit  Growers' Union held a meeting Tuesday  -t^eniog.  Get your shoes from, MirabeliL New  -jfcock just arrived. Xiatest styles and  owestprices in Oreston. Don't jniss-  r������ese bargains. -  B. 0, Wilson left Wednesday 'for Cai  gary.  '/;  prize, Mrs. W. A. MoMurtEie; Second j  Ladies, Miss Ethel Husorof t; First Gentleman's, Bussei Learay, and Second  Gentleman's, P. B. Fowler and Geo.  Huscroffc, tie. Mr. Huscroft won the  -j<i_e by cutcing the cards.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crompton supplied  the bulk of the iim-jio for the dancing  duc several numbers were given by M?Fs  P. B. Fowler and Mrs. H. B. Downs.  A.8 tne dance came after a long interim  ta which uo dances bad been given the  quests were reluctant to leave the floor  and it was late in the morning before  rhe "Home, Sweet, Home" was played  Jack Cameron acted as floor manager.  The KaaloKootenaian last week published an. interview of con-Merabie  ���������.Sugtu with, cue oz tbe rsside&ts ������f siiaS1  district and also discussed editorially  the construction of an automobile road  through the Earl Grey pass, to Wiauer*  mere.   Kaslo wants Crestoa and Crac*'  t  be swung through thit city. The Kooiei   "  naian says that the running of the road  through the Crow and thence through,  Cranbrook and ^Creston "is to bo regret* ���������  +*������A   kw I Ua  AWkAJ������.,fv     T_1*-M.*.SHA_.   IS        All .  '  sea given fox the regret is that the Sag* -  "sUSzi  _r* A'P* *i-^������*ovvr ~i*+M*at������  id ������v������������������������*/&    <_-a*-i������������4-*_.          ��������� .���������*/*���������**       UVMUBI''  rtr*I  VUkUUUU  O**    ���������fc***������** -W**VJ      ^VQO    A17  JULftl  ������al timu tbttfe uf the Grow,  xnis argu*  ment will be disputed to a^tandscili by  both iCCSi resiuSuta asu eue travelling  public. . ,    *"*  Creston and Cranbrook have the ad*"~  vantage in the matter of the selection  a������ the route, because the road is alread;  graded from here to the prairies -with -  "  ���������Gents clothes cleaned, prepsed  and  ������������-���������4������������^        11*T*,.������. -cr    H/t    TCI---.--I- 1P..4  iu.yMA4.-_t~.       ������_._s  I  iiiiLb Hi umunsE  Sj  _1. ������3.. Sipm'-'w.  Mrs. Payne has been on. the Bick list  chis week.  "Our sole endeavor," said Mr. Howard, ais to put  Creston on the map, something   which, I understand   has not  been done before in publications b ^k government nnd other"  wise.    Authenticity to the last detail is the   keynote of this  work.    The dessiraation of correct information as to actual  results accomplished is the best forerunner of the potentialities that we know to lie behind.    Around the main syllabus  of the work comprehensive a.tides by the best authorities on  both subject and locality, we have found the most far-reaching results to be attained by publishing the stories of those  who. have made good in many lines of industry   and   agriculture.     Every statement must be verified as fact, however,  before record can be made in these volumes The circulation  of the work, due to the prominence of the publishers,is very  extett9ive,i������deed, and reaches interested parties and investors  in all parts of the world.   The day has passed for pamphlets  useful enough in a localized field, but to attract foreign capital .and .business firms quite futile.    A lot of (* wild-cattiug"  has resulted in this province solely because of the lack of  ���������reliable and authentic information as to its component parts  jmd business men and settlers are wearied of it.    The fusion of Empire cannot be accomplished along auy such lines.  Secretary   Fowler - Writes   Forceful   L.cttor   to   Mlnbter  Secretary  Fowler of  the  Board of Trade read n letter!t0 ���������plBntpotfttoeHHOftH londwi\of 0:n  , . ���������,    1 thlvation in ono dlrftetirsn ntil-  the. rr.v.-r,  Tue day even tig   which he   nas lorwarded   to  the  JJeputv . t *.     ������������������.   .,���������,   .  year in and year out, bo as to make good  on the average. It is ess ntial to eeoure  varieties suitable to the district, and tithe market, and to have a good strain 01  seed of that variety. The grower muBi  keep down the cost of production by the  1 ��������� - *  use of machinery, and by intelligent  management. The distriot must gel  into tho carload-shipping class, and be a  factor in the market every year.  1  As a side issue, the potato Is one of the!  most profitable inter-orops io the orchard, and for prod uotion in small arean  by men engaged in fruit growing, ponl  try raising; and in general farming.  Uuder those conditions, financial success  is dependent ou well-BOleoted seed of the  most doolrablo variety, combined with  oarofnl nnd thorough preparation of tho  noil. >  Kind To Plant j  The time of planting, of course, varies  with different districts. For very early  production tho potatoot should be planted as soon as tho ground oan bo thor*  ovghlv worked iu Ihe spring. If there  Is danger of front wheu the sprouts are  just afcove the ground, thoy onn be pro-  tooted hy plowing n, little earth on top  of thorn.  Mnin orop potatoes nro usually planted  during the month of May.  Inordinary practice, it is ouatoraary  ���������FOR SALE���������Choice* 10 aores or  fruit land, mile and half -north of town.  _ood two-story residence; Watar on  land; nearly all land siaahed, half ac  oleared and planted.    Apply to owner.  Hagistrate  Young   Fines  Mannerisio  .!  H. C. Gehrke, Creston,  ao-tf  W.J. Sheppard, who spent the winter at his old home sn England, itf now  ftart at work getting nis ranch at Blriok-  -ion into shape for tho summer.  ���������You owe it to yourself to get a sack  of Purity Flour from S. A. Speiura  Constable Gunn and Magistrate Young  were called to Sirdar last Saturday to  straighten out a family quarrel between some of the Italian residents  there. J, Mannerino was flued $5 and  oosts for assaulting his father-in-law.  Tbe latter had received some plants as a  present from n. recent airival from ths  Old Country and in a dispute over who  was the real person to have reoeived  those articles the quarrel resulted in  blows being struck. The local officials  were called in and the fine was administered.  already b^h;app*^hmi^  and it will.'te'cu'i'rt!'^^  ter.   CreB*^;:wiH;theat^^  uour road'ah&a^gbda^bno'fwm^^  of the Lake clear through to the Preir  les.        .'���������:������������������ ; ' :''^':::':';:ft.;.'-Vf^o'-:v-���������  TheroadtoEriokeon is tho real auto-  mobilo speedway these days.  ���������Latest Bhapoa and styles in Mens  Spring Hats from. $3.50 to $8.50. 8. A.  Speers.  WILLSQOIIIIii  Machinery  Arriving   For  Pa ftn**%r  GUI   CALLED AWAY  Constables Going*- to C. N.  R. Strike Center  Miss Grace Qnnifo of Birdnr came up  to Orflston Monday to attend tho dance.  ���������Miss Margnrot Butterflold is  prepared to  make  hats wfthci  bouucU for  womon and ohildion.   Altering awd re-  modolllng a  speciality.     Throo  yonrs  previous expftrienoe in ��������������� largo I^onrton  (England)   fiim.      ChnrjftH moderate  Apply oaro of Mrs. E, SlM'Sfl ndain������\0r������������������ [ \\\ ohnrRO of tho Creston station.  toa B. O.  Constable George Gunn reoeived a  telegram Thursday morning oalliug him  to NelRon wirh fnil equipment for long  eorvloo. Tho tologram did not state the  nature   of police business which will  have to be accomplished hut it iu believed that tho Provincial polioo aro pro-  paring to go to tho trouble zona in tho  Canadian Northern railway camps.  William Gunn, deputy Constable is now  The Canyon City Lumber Company  expects to be making boxes and orates  by about April 25, some of the maohiu*  ery having already arrived. Tho addl-  tlon whioh was ueoenury to the mill  plant w house the new maohinery thnt  been fluished and everything is in readiness for turning out a large number of  boxes and crates before the summer  season is in full swing.  J. 0. Atherton, former editor of the  Oreaton Valley Boho, is now editor of  tho Coleman (Alta.), Bulletin.  ���������Wanted to purchase���������Second hand  inoubater. State make of Incubator and  price, ,  Wnltor J, Cooper, Wynndel, B, O.  The choir of tho church ofT Knglnnd  will hold a dor.co iu xworoautiM* jm������i������ on  Monday evening April 15.  ���������Cloverdale ranch is for nale,I20 aores  bottom laud aud 40 acres foot hill; J!0  aorcs iu orchard, nil can bo cultivated.  8i������oO. O. Freuoh.  q-uunnnueo on **������*���������>',*' *>  tttonwwaea. cc Pege 5)  Mr **,* ttr* n w������il ������fCflrr*m*C.itV    -A small house  to lot  on Vlotori*  The W. O. T. XT met at tho home of  Mis. Henderson, Wodnosday afternoon,  I have 76,000 plants consisting of tbe  ohotoeat varieties of Tomatooa,   Oniont(  ���������,, t r** .......    11.    m   ���������.  v������fWtu������, uki,     uiuuil iiuhn vuuw  iiui.  Be������d������ purohnsed from the leading seed  DionM-fi of Europe and Amerioa. they are  m  flno Call and see them,     T,  M. Sd*  tnondson.  I.., I  iiimiiiiWiffliiiMiaiittiiirffi^^ ������������������fftTi-Siiilnir*  l't>  ������������������������������������?'; l-^W^^^^^^^&ls^l^r1'^  'Ml"W^~7?':'-  ���������r-jtVKv;:'.-.'  if-~-H?^!''^',tvv^.  ^"^irv ::^  ��������� i'"..*j.\i*Vf* ���������>������������������",*!���������. ;-ri;-  .. ���������' ���������/.������������������ ��������� ������������������ ���������������������������  ������������������-;',' ;f')*-?���������'.-bfy.?;!;  yMslsiSO  ,-'"������������������/���������!.���������'.���������'.'.  %'j:\iif :t  .������������������Y?;:/i-~\-'^:������'n..~S.-'.:.--.'".!v ;';^'Sw:?vv:v:;^r.''/v-''~ '.'^ij"'^-^  THE   CRESTON ��������� BEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  FR  US  BY  in.  WHITF  IL  LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED  (Continued.)  ���������'Impossible," Fielden exclaimed.  "I know it seems impossible1 and  twenty years ago you would have  said the telephone was imppssUn-  and people would have scouted.at-the-1  idea of wireless telegraphy. But they  both came?, like the phonograph and  other wonders."  "Oh, that's all very well." Fielden  smiled. ���������'Butyou are hot going to  ask me to believe that this thing is  done by thought-reading or anything  of that sort? You won't tell me that  this famous member.of the Post Club  is a clairvoyant who sees the race  finished while it is being run? Because, if that were the case, the favoured person would have no need of  a syndicate to help him; he would do  it all by himself."  ''here to an office next door to the  11 Post Club there is a. private telc-  I j. phone. Now a; child .would admit  I:that no one would have a privaie  telephone from here to an ofnee in  London at a- cost of something Iik-?  a hundred and fifty pound's a your  merely for the sake vf sending domestic messHget?.' I cirae . h re to  have a good look at the Nook, as tlii-i  house is called, and I found, not  altogether unexpectedly, that nobody  was living here. I was told by a  gaiderier thai, the tenant had not yet  taken possession, though it has been  furnished for some time. I had rung  the bell a few times, and when the  man came professed that I had called  to see someone who used to live here.  Considering that it is supposed to  be a fully furnished, house, that bell  made a great deal of noise. I ani  ready to bet that the house is practically empty. At any rate, I have  come here to find out for my_eli',  and as I believe there ������������������ is ho'oody on  the premises our task ought not to  be difficult."  "I don't like it," Fielden said. It  smells very much like burglary, and  if we were discovered we should  find some difficulty in giving an explanation which would satisfy th'e  police. Isn't there any other way."  Phillips waved the suggestion aside  impatiently.  "You can go back if you like, sir,"  Tie said. "As for me, 1 will see this  thing through. We might never have  such an opportunity again. And,  besides I want to have a look at that  telephone. I think we shall .find  something that will    open our eyes.  TRADE   WITH   NEW   ZEALAND  A bite of this and a taste of that, all day  long, dulls the appetite and weakens the  digestion.  Restore your stomach to healthy vigor  by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet  after each meal���������and cut out the "piecing".  Na-Dru-C������ Dyspepsia Tablets  are the best friends for sufferers from  indigestion arid dyspepsia.    50c. a Box  at   your    Druggist's.       Made    by    the  National   Drug   and   Chemical    Co.   of  Canada, .Limited.  1*9  this," he said. "There is an extension to this instrument. If you look  in the angle., of. the. wall you will see  that It goes lip to the coiling. To  tell you the truth, I am glad to find  this oeeause it bears uut -what strlk-  Canac'a Sending Many Manufactures  j*,f*d Buying Mwoh Suttei*.  Imports from Canada into New  Zealand during the year 1911 were  $108,200 in excess of those for 1910,  says'.Mr. \V A. Beddoe, Canadian  Trade Commissioner, writing from  Auckland on Feb IGth to the Department of Trade and Commerce. There  I may be some variation in the figures,  but they wiii be larger, not smaller,  when all returns are in. Articles imported from Canada during the last  quarter���������October, Novenvuor and December. 1311���������had a value of $451,-  505. and covered 107 items, of which  42 were entitled to preferential treatment. As to the remainder, agricultural implements ana plain and barbed wire, of which large quantities  were imported, enter free. Tho preference affects i hose articles, such as  paper, fiuh and furniture.  The feature of the season, Mr. Bed-  doe adds, has beon the rapid growth  of tho export of butter from New  Zealand to Vancouver. This trade-  has exceeded the most sanguine expectations of tho merchants, their resources having been taxed to the utmost to meet the great demand from  the Canadian market. Up to this  time la*-1 season only 2,958 boxes of  butter had been sent to Vancouver,  whereas tho total for this season  stands at 1P.926 boxes. >  thing occult about the business. The  thing is capable ol explanation, and  I am in a position to give it, except  for the finishing touches, which make  this dodge almost a work of genius.  And I know who is. at the bottom of  it.    I  know, who is  working it, and  es me as a very plausible theory. 1  was rather disappointed to Had tho  telephone here at all.   But now X can  "I am not suggesting anything  of \l  am  n01,1** ���������*  Position -actually   -t������  the kind," Phillips:said.    "There's no-  f ������,vo   **'   but  1   am . convinced.    that  ������������������������������������-- 'Jolly  &  Co.,  -whoever  they are,  will  be   found   to  be  part   and  parcel   oft :-���������--.--    , ��������� ���������_. ,, ���������   .^ , ._��������� ���������i���������rt���������,i i��������� +>,i���������  Copely and Foster.    Now you can im-1 .understand.."wh-j: ,n,was placed in this  derstand   why   I. am- so   anxious     tol P^ttcuk>r spot.    Wv   n^^  enter the house.    Still, tf you prefer>lot to  deal-with, .-and  it  was to  bo  to remain outside and leave'the-waiter to me "  Oh,  no."  Fielden said hastily." Now  uq Qinm color ������V������k usedo^  HEWGIftm r5K1^&  ,������������������    fte!������3EMS���������R THE COLOR ������UJS  TORONTO- ONT.  Nothing  Doing.  "Guess I'll take a hand m this poker game.    Gimme $4 worth of chips."  "Nothing doing for you. Wall  street is the place for tho small investor."  expected they would not do things  like, other people. Let us go upstairs  and see how far this extension goes.  iJl^Z-'-JlnTL %������:*������������??..������> ZZH\l bave come so far I wont iuru back-,  mlcMnea"in"ihe"-Poai Sub." But how 1l ��������� x^g % f*t*��������� f**������^'\  tbat information is mtered to the man T^ the second floor and thence along  inside is the thing that beats me for i!'^^ J^h, f0 ***������������&'a^K * ***   ceiling,   where   it   finally   disap-  the   moment     But   so much  *  have j ������!! s������ J^^  found out.   In the very nest office to j ������8an!^Sr ?nvthinK    Ewn^i? I   e������ ������������������*<������������������ to the roof. An iron ladder was  the smokingroom of the Post Club is j "g^f-   out  of *tt    I shoS   like   lo i attached   to  the  skylight,   and   Phil-  a firm who call themselves Jolly & Co. tl ������      this swindte ls bdng worl-. | lips   pointed   out  to    his   companion  Now Jolly & Co. only took their omce -. ......     ,_.^.s_.. ., .z *������ i������������,..^ v���������������^  last September or October.    There is'  not the^slightest sign of any business ^������T ^"with^r"-^'^" {i^������ts ^wbich Uvorn  bright,  the  sides    were   clean  being done there, because I have been:tg fortunate."  u'sksv   De 'a   liu>   j and shiny.  ������������������-  the office myselL    Taken m con-; awkward for you."TOlmVct������d  as  yon i     "Come  ;  The    exploration    proved    troublesome,  but the  extension was true*-   %  a   .. ^ _.       _s'Siis ��������� 'hat *-ne ladder appeared to have been  time. ~fhere-"is"en"caijj;bi "moonlight 'to | regularly used.    The iron rungs were  -_    --/--" A    ~  JP������?.tion...wita what 1  have  to;a you, :_re ^.jj^ copier,  but it is aii  in  the i  ilong,"   Phillips   whispered.  But  >t. f*nt on tb e  to*"*.  be cautious and display as little ligbt  that this mysterious Jolly & Co. ^ut]0 ..^^ ._ ,. jv^e,- -^ Clltt!y. ! as possible.    T daresay we can man-  up the office and went abroad last������ Thev turnea iaEo tne aYenue and! as;e with a solitary match."  year-after tne nat-racrng^season was i came .-oresedtly " to t3ie f^^ of vhe | ^Tiiey found themselves on the roof  over. Probably Jolly & Co. -went otf i feous? - Somebodv had evidently j presently. By feeling about they  ��������� to make a ���������tt In tne . aevTera, ���������. orjbeen in smce phL]iips was there eari-! could trace the Sex of the extension  Egypt, or some other fashionable re- \ ier in tne daT> for all the blinds had | to a square wooden box screwed  sort where fools and money congre- -i been pulled *aOAVn. Then they -walk-! down to the leads. The box did not  gato.    It is an odd thing that diyring ^ ejl cautiously    round    looking for a ; appear to be locked, and it was easy  to  fumble  about  inside  drew  out  a  cylinder  of  When Leprosy Was Prevalent  Leprosy, of course, was common in  England during the middle ages. Old  leper hospitals and leper burial pits  existed in many places. Most old  churches have a leper's window in  the chancel, a narrow unglazed opening in the. wall'...through which the  leper might see the elevation of the  host.  On Saturday last the clerk of the  T.islceard Board of Guardians reported that he had found that at one  time there was a leper hospital in  the neighboring parish of Bodwin,  and that the land belonging to It are  now let for St. Lawrence Fair, one  of Cornwall's popular annual festivities. It now appears that the revenue of the estate of the St. Lawrence Hospital were directed generations ago, by the Court "of Chancery,  to be paid to the treasurer for the  time being of the Cornwall Infirmary  at Truro to be;-primarily  applied to  VM **-' %r *   *������^ ������* W mt V* ���������*^^.r*m* ..AV  ~^W^ v**W ��������� ���������' ^w  *m*~   ^. ^ *-������ w -A  leprous  persons.  The   income   of  the   St.   Lawrence  estate is still paid to the Truro Infirmary, and the Liskeard Guardians  [have sent full  particulars to its au-  " thorities of Wellington's case asking  them to take charge of it.  Larry: I think Proressor What's-  his-name, in Shakespeare, he brings  things home to you that you never  saws������before.  Harry: Huh I've got a laundry-man  as good as that.  __*_L-.4?.f_-.i���������~J������-i  4PV~.  qulchiy stops couufas, cures colds, beals  lUo throat and luntis      -      -       25 cents.  In 1479 the "Kalenci-r of .Shepar-  des" appeared. This (says a writer)  -/as the first almanac printed in England.  ���������\*i*-.3.*i������/������    <il-i,r<.t,o     fCkUe\\r    +f\    wot    o   Hl-flji  bit down on the chap who remedies  his faulfs without ever saying a word  ��������� V.....J.      Ai* ^-*- 1  auOui   luciu:  Sugar a    ������eart  tJtimula'**.  Sugar   na3   had   its   champions   as  well  as its opponent.-.,   its  advocates  have  declared uiax, aside    trom    lts-  iiuiHisiiii'iri vaiue, it carries with it a-  UUicK sLiniulation that is without perceptible reaction.  "Oii the other side," says the Baker's Weekly, "we have had radical  utterances connecting sugar with  tome of the most incurable 6i organic-  diseases. But an' English physician  recently contended that cane sugar  is almost a specific in ihe treatment-  of certain diseases of the heart.  Emphasis  is  laid  upon  cane  sugar."  Dr. F. 8.  Locke, of King's College,  London, has kept tlie hesrt of a ���������mo-n-,--  mal  beating  for    eigtliy    to    ninety-  hours after death of the animal simply  by    keeping the    heart    mu_cles-  sprinkled   with   powdered   canesuger.  These   latter  experiments   wito.   cau������"*-  sugar, especially with reference to di  lation of the heart muscles, show that  in numerous cases cuivs have    been  effected .-that  are yC  u-ree  or    four  v'K/<V|- PV  ..lilti...  5 ua. ixCx. i * i _ .  the January  meeting  at  Mirst Par^ | ^eak^spoTwhere they couIq7 effect an ! for "Phillips  jolly  ,&   Co.   snouia   turn   up   again j entrauce. j it  until  ne  and resume operations in Convent  Garden. Now I called to see Mr. Jolly. He had left his office, but 1 guessed that before I called or I shouldn't  have ventured. The first thing I saw  ���������was a telephone -with unusually long  flex to it. I don't quite understand  -why this flex is so long, but I can  make a shrewd guess. It cost me an  liour or two and plenty of hard think-  to  CHAPTER   XX  Ifiside-  The     adventurers      managed  squeeze   through   a   scullery   window,  th?-   latch   of   which   had   not     been  secured,   and   h   moment   later   were j  m   the   house.   As  Phillips   had   sur- j  raised,  the   place  was  empty.    There!  were,   however,   cooking   utensils   in j  ing to get  farther In ^my-investiga- jthA ^itehmf a quantitvof nlates and  tfons, but I found late in the evening l(llshes   and   giass,   wi{h   two-baskets  that Jolly & Co.'s telephone was a  private wire leading trom Convent  Garden to his residence at Mirst  Park. Now-do you begin to understand?"  Fielden  shook his head  doubtfully.  "It begins to smell suspicious," he  said. "1 am bound to confess it looks  very like a deep-laid conspiracy.  But I must, confess myself too dense  to: follow It,"    '  ,  "Oh, it requires explanation. But  luclc favored me in niy investigations  and I managed to pick up a good  many unexpected clues. S ill, the  fact   remains   that -from   this   house  Known All Over The World  ���������Known Only For The  Good It Has Done.  containing a small supply of cutlery  and silver. Floorcloth had been laid  down on the kitchen floor and a carpet in the hall and there were carpets on the stairs, but three of tho  four living rooms on the ground floor  fwere empty. " But the fourth room  was comfortably furnished. A fire  was still burning in the grate, and  on the tiled hearth Phillips detected the ends of two or three cigarettes. There was a faint aroma ot  tobacco on the air, not the sort of j  tobacco likely to be consumed by a!  caretaker.  "It is just as I told you," Phillips  chuckled. *T felt sure we should find  the house empty."  "VeL you are not altogether -right,"  Fielden     replied.       "Somebody    has  been   here  recently    and    somebody  who knows how to appreciate a good  cigarette.    Besides, look at that fire.  I don't like it, Phillips, and wish we  were well out of it.    We don't hap-  | pen to be in South Africa now."  "Oh, that's all right." Phillips said  cheerfully.    "No  doubt, the  fire  was  lighted this morning by the gardener,  and no doubt also one of the conspirators has been here.   In fact, 1 should  have   boen  disappointed  if   1   hadn't,  found  traces of him.    It isn't necessary   for our  friends  to come  often,  for they couldn't very well work their  scheme unless thoy were on the spot  when raclni? is taking place at Mirst  1 Park.     1   wonder     what    our   friend i  gutta percha with something glittering at either end.  "Stoop down and light a match "  he whispered, "ana hide the /flam"  under your coat. Now, then, benu"  down here.    That's rigbt."  The match burst into flamr- unur-r  v-over of Fielden's coat. Th������* f_ebie  light displayed another' tel3pnone  receiver attached to th������ end o* a  comewhat long flex.:   ���������.'���������''���������.-'.���������������������������  "You  can blow    out    Nthe match."  Phillips  went  on,   "and   don't   forget  to put the end in your pocket.   It is  just as well to be careful -when dealing with such a gang.    Perhaps you  begin    to    understand?    You    don't,  know.'I expect,  that this roof commands the whole racecourse and enables  one  to    see    everything  from  start to finish.    Now a man could sit  down here on this box and watch the  race  with tho telephone receiver t.n  I his mouth.    If he were a really good  .iudge of racing���������I mean, if he were  anv good as a judge of a finish���������he  would be able to spot the winner in;  nine  cases  out of  ten   fifty   lengths',  from  home,   and  therefore.   If  there,  was   some  one at the  other  end   in  the otrlce  ot  joiiy  &  Co.,  the  reuuii,  of a oartlcular race would be known  in London before the horse was past  the nost.    Do you follow?"  "Yes, that's all very well," Fielden  objected, "but that, does not account  for the fact that "  Recaii of Umpire's Decisions. *  Here is a way of adding to the attractiveness -of our national game.  Soma offsetting economy of time  could. be had in reduction of innings  to seven. "Striker out," the umpire  declares. "Doubt it," shout the spectators. "How many challenge that  decision?" cries the megaphone man;  a hundred rise, as the instantaneous,  electrical tabulator reveals. A test  vote is ordered. All in favor of the  umpire's decision stand. Counted.  Opposed stand. Counted. The decision rendered, and the game proceeds.  The umpire would still be a convenience. He could announce the uncontested things. Public sentiment  would protect him in going somewhat further. Everybody would want  to "play ball." Fanciful or captious  challenges of his decisions would become unpopular. The burden of  proof would eventually find lodgement on the critics. Perhaps his  position would be more secure than  now. Who knows? Let us try IT! ���������  Boston  Herald.  A GOOD MEDICINE  FOR THE SPRING  Do Not 'Use' Harsh Purgatives���������A  Tonic is All You Need.  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite well. Thatt is the way most  people feel in the spring. Easily  tired, appetite fickle, sometimes  headaches, and a feeling of depression. Pimples or eruptions may ap-  i pear on the skin, or there may be  twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia.  Any of these indicate that, the blood  is out of order���������that the indoor life  of winter has left its mark upon you  _nd may easily develop into more  serious  trouble.  Do  not dose yourself  -with  purgatives, as so many people do, in the  hope that you can put your blood right  Purgatives gallop through the system  and    weaken      instead      of      giving  strength.     Any doctor  will  tell you  this     is    true.    What    you  need   in  spring is a tonic that will make new  blood  and build up' the nerves.    Dr.  William's Pink Pills is the only, medicine that can do this speedily, safely and    surely     Every,   dose of this  medicine  makes    new    bloOd  which  clears the skin,  strengthens  the ' ap- -j  petite  and   makes    tired,    depressed  men, women and children bright, active and strong.    Mrs. Maude Bagg,  Lemberg,   Sask.,   says:     "I"- can   unhesitatingly recommend Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills  as  a  blood    builder  and  tonic.    I  was  very much  run  down  when I began using the pills, and a  few boxes fully restored my health."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 60 cents a box or six boxes  for  $2.50  from    The    Dr.  Williams'  Medicine Co.. Brockvllle, Ont.  ^ I always us������  ������^MerSattT  YOtT can't reasonably expect to make a li-srfct,,  flaky pie-crust, if the salt you use is gritty,.  n    Jumpy s-sti bitter.  SOS  ������5! A -H" B  ������ 9 YA&i,������  is tbe standby in Canadian homes, amongr  Catiada's best cooks. ��������� It's pure and fino tind-  -woa't "cake". ' Equally good for the table, for-  cooking and baking.        '" , . 55-  "That the information is conveyed;  in the smoking room of tho Post Club  Of course, it doesn't. That, I confess, is where 1 am beaten for tho  present. T am'certain ihat a second  later the confederate in the Post  Club knows what has happened  Don't, auk me to tell you how tho  .lhiil touches are put on because I  don't know. But, knowing as much  as I do, wo shall soon find out, and  ! I think you will admit. Hint  wo hav-  AGENTS  WANTED.  Write for agency for our special to������t  order tailoring for your town.   Thero'  is money in It.   John Dawson, Ltd.,  Church. St:; Toronto.  ,v- ���������,���������w ^ ... ���������������..-.- ..������������.��������������������� w.u.��������� : UlolJBht ot lhe 8IlowBtorm about three ; SJS1-/^ ^u^liS'conolv"'^  has been so successful in relieving the   0(;lock.    j Kllew that must have up- | J^     J������n^ ^ ������ , e tlifs af evuoon  ^i^Z^r "tTVTT "ft!? ���������calclllfttioU8 ft bU'    Now 10oU S i i ml" whoSvor ho was ^miilth'  genuine testimonials,  as has Lydia L. at. this                                           ^m..��������� with tho Intention or sending tho re-  Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound. I h   1 ips bent down to the lireplace                                                         -  In nearly every community you will ������"d liftod one of tho ciimretto oiiiIh,  find women who hnvebee'n restoredto   which ]}e.-V\Vil?d..^!.,I!!f.?.,.d������":  health by this famous medicine.  Almost i  "Do you know anybody who smokes  these?" ho asked.  every woman you meet knows of the,     ..j   lnmK   BO ���������������  fjr������*������t f-WI it, hai l>p.Mi iloinr nmonirsuf-   (;lo,,c   jjvjpc,c.Uo'nt  fering women for tlie pust 30 yeura.  Fielden     said   after  "They are pnrtlcu-  larly   expensive   clgaretUm  and   can't  Fox Crcelc,  N. B. ���������"I have always   be bail uiiIohh specially ordered. Tho  had pains in the abdomeii and a weak-   only man I know who omokon thorn  ^mim^Tjmm "rH8 thor'-a,ul often iu llaymom1 c������i,o,y"  Precisely.    And you inny bet: your  boots,   this   Is   ono   of  hla.     At.   any  rate,  It. Is a curious coincidence und  VeKetobieCompound1'!0"^     ,0 confflrm ^'hat I have already  has done mo much       ,,MV,   ,f rci^w wor��������� nnt ll(ir��������� ,���������,���������  Kood.   I am hiroiw-r.   arte.nuim.    Now let us Ret a hit far-  1licr. TIh-iv Im iiiithlni; to detain ns  here lifter wo havo oxiimluwl tho  l������>l<������|i)i'iiic. I nm afraid we shall have  to iiho u mill oh, but. then, wo nro  hound   to tali(i certnIn l'l'ic-i."  Ily tho aid of a box of vo'itns Ihe  tolc'ilwiiio iiiHlriiiiioiit wiin loiind In  Uut hsill, It. pj'ciiontcd no npoclnl 1'i-n-  iiii'oh.     It   ii|-|������ihu*i (1   to  bo   tlio   kind  i,i    tiiMii'lni'    iriwl riinifht   l.i   b,<   nodi    111  liiiiii|i<>ili<i of olllcoii mill privaio liour,  afur meal-! a sore-  neiis in my stomach, i  Lydia E. Pinkharn's  difcoHtion   is   hotter  and I can work with  ambition.    1   have  encouraged   many  \yi mothers of families  *-������ to tnk������it uh it in thw  best remedy in the world.   You can pub  Hah thin in the pftpors."���������-MrH. William  3. BounQUB, Fox Crf'k, N. R.  In the Pitikharn Laboratory at l-ynn,  Mkhh., uro filoa containinfr hundredii of  llioujtiind.'t of lottrr*! from womon ������<-ck-  "Vollilii>*   ri-ninrUiibln   uliont    llmi,  ;'iig health, in which mtnny openly BUte I'w-idou nald.  over th������*ir own ni^nHtiiri-H Unit tiny liuvo i ui tin- moment IMillllpu lnmlo no  .,.': "'.���������'' <���������-������-������-'���������*��������� ������--���������* ������������������viv.f, l \./ii* v. i-iole ll������. fotrbed ii (���������hull* from Uio  PinUlmm'ii V.'frtUlili* Compound, many   Ullrlion   mill   mounted   Ii.     Aiior   Hie  of whom atuto tlmt It hna .uivcd th"->m   <���������>.,,���������������. imhi,- .j." ..... ������.,.  ;'.   :J.   from ������iirK..ul op*raUon>i. ' ''���������" '���������'",M nf  wlilob he wiih cni'.ifnl  to             _, dcpoult   Ih  liIh  pocket, ho  broke  Into  W. M. U. No. 893.  ���������ml If  "Ah,   I   i'V ported  uomcthlnK     illco  vent Garden. Why tho three o'clock  race is always picked out. of thiB  swindle wo don't: know, but thai, will  bo mado plain Hoonor or Inter. Thoy  didn't make anything yesterday or  to-duy, beoHUtki on both Oceanian-! the  race was run in a snowstorm. It wan  tho snowstorm that first put tho id en  into - my heart:; in fact, ,it was the  HiiowHtorm that led mo hero nt all.  And now, let us go buck fo my lodgings und discuss tho matter over a  cigar. Wo can do no further good  hero."  (To be continued).  Nerve Cure.  Who's that nuvn who Just kicked  tho chair ovor und throw a pack of  cardH Into the flroplaco?" Inquired  one  waiter.  "Oh," replied the other, "he's tho  gontlouuiii who tvloH to roHt bin norv-  oh by playing solitaire."���������Washington  fcitar.    I An  Mwkv*Miu   Ijiij,.-..  ! "Wm'vo nindo a inlrituko In your  I pnpi'r," unlit Uio iiullnnaiit. mail, i>n-  torliig tlio editorial miiU'.tuin. "I wim  ' (me of ibo ooinpotltoi-H nt tlio athletic  I match yoHtordiiy, and you havo onllcil  j me  Hie   woll  iiliowli  iih'i���������������*��������������������� '���������>">   " ".mi-  ! '   "Well, arclit you?" said tho e.lllor.  "No.   I in  nothing of  Uio Utiul. unit  It'rt   conroumlodly  awkward,   bocauno,  you  Hoe,   I'm  a  coal   moicliuiit."  The First Savings Bank.  .,.,.  .     , .,... .m.     ���������^... t.*,.*...*,....     ^1,    4-1. ^  Xlie      IIUUUICUUI     llUUIIDIWlj       Ul.      i-llC  founding of the first savings bank of  the modern type was celebrated last  year. The founder was a Presbyterian village pastor. The minister of  a church at Rutlvwell, Scotland, distressed at seeing tho wastefulness of  the laboring people in his parish, offered in the year 1810 to pay ft per  cent, interest to anybody who would  leave savlrgs with him.  The minister, tho Rev. Henry. Duncan, had the financial genius to make  a go of his 'original project, and he  was nblo a few years later to record  in a pamphlet on "A Parish Savings  Rank' a very romarkable betterment  ,of economic conditions in his neighborhood���������loss' drinking and more  thrift. Tho pamphlet, attracted wide  attention, the experiment was initiated oisowhore, nnd tho vast savings-  bank system of the civilized world  has sprung from Ills root. Tho town  of Uulhwcll felt it owed so much to  Mr. Duncan that in the year 184(1 it  erected a public monumcut to his memory.  Jenks: Why or. earth did j-ou laugh  ar. hpnrtily at that ancient iest of  Borem's?  Wise: In self-defence.  Jenks:  In self-defence?  Wise: Yes, if I hadn't laughed so  he would have repeated the thing,  thinking I hadn't seen the point.  ���������eVACl, f������ Att������; -if*  From Eiffel Tower to Morocco.  The military wirolunn telegraphy  station on the Rlffol Tower, Paris,  from which communications can bo  exchanged with Morocco, Is going to  have Its range doubled and Its power  "liiv-rcuseil f-lT'-l'olrt.  Attacked by Asthma. Tho first  fearful sensation is of suffocation,  which hour hy hour becomes more  desperate and hopeless. To such hi  oaso the relief afforded by Dr. J. D.  .Kellogg's Asthma Romody sooms  nothing loss than miraculous. Its  help is quickly uppuronl and noon tho  dreadful attack is mastered.- Tho  asthmatic who ItaB found 'out tho dependability of this sterling remedy  will never ho without it. It is sold  everywhere.  FUTURE   SAILINGS  St.   John-Liverpool.  Lake Manitoba     Thurs.,  Mar.   ������8  Empress of Britain      Kriday,  Apl..������������������' 5  Lake  Champlain  ....   Thurs.,      "    11  Empress of Ireland      Friday,      "    19  T.nlfo   Mnnli-nhn.   .:...    Thura..        '       26  Summer Service: ���������  Montreal - Quebec -Liverpool.'  Emprees of Britain .. Friday,.-May.   3  Lake Champlain  ..-.. ��������� Thura., May    !)  Emprefls or Ireland .. Friday, May 17  Lake Manitoba ......   Tburs... May 23  EmpreflB of Britain .. Friday, May 31  and  weekly  thereafter.   ���������_���������...  Low  Rates���������-Superb Service.  R������w>rvatlon8  and  dptnlla  from   any  ���������Rallwny   Arc������>nt  or  writo  J. 8. CARTER, Genl. Ant.  310   Portaoe  Ave..   Winnipeg.  ^gMMnMMMatMHywWMMIIHMMJWHMIMMHMMMIlMlWINM  Canadian Northern Steamships^.  Limited.  Small pnpor towo-lH are sold in  York nt -IHO for *10 cents.  low  Somo of tho fastest trains in tho  world are to bo found In TOugland and  Franco, klnglanrt has eight regular  dally trains with speeils or 55.1 to fi'Xa  miles an 'hour, whoso btop-to-stop  runs nro from 72 to J18 21*8 mllos in  length. Tho Franco roads run four  dally traliiB over a distance of 77 3-4  lo ,107 .L-2 mlloH ai njiuudu from T>U,2  to fll.8 mllos an hour.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  CLEAN    HANDS  Red ralnn nro vory raro, hut ih  volcanic rontons gray rnln Is comparatively common. Sicily has hart  many nhowerft of this shade. Thoy  am oruwa* by tho upper ntmonphoro  boliiK full of iihIi colored volcanic dust  from l'-tna. Tliln diiHt Ih InflultuHlm-  ally lino and colors tho rain as it  falls.  Speed -~ SteadIneBs -��������� Splendour.  Montreal ��������� Brlntol ���������*��������� London*  Snlllno from Montreal,  R.M.S, ltoyul tl(ioi*Ku May let dayllcht I  U.M.B. Hoynl KiHviird    "   llith      "  U.AI.M. Uoynl Ui'uruu    "   2ltl.li  , , ,i nnd '���������fnrti'iluiiUy  'thoreiifter.  InHlHt  on  your  ttnluit. rend Ink via  .    "Uoyui Lino,"  For 'fui'tliei' ,partloiillii'A, tlluutrat ���������  ed liooUUstH, elo., apply any ltullway  iir H. H. Aivent or write illrool ,lo A.  ll, DiivIh, (liiiinral Agent, 212 Main  Ht,, Wlnnlpctf.  "���������AIP comtir*  HON  ur&*u.  Petroleum flolds covering- a vast  area In TurlcoBtun, extending to tho  ChlnoHo frontier, have recently boon  surveyort by, ProfosHor Iljalmer Sjogren', of Stockholm.  Russia Huppllon Great Rvltaln with  tho greater proportion of hor poultry rind ogga.  IDu a Tlrl,  iiou'ilinllliaiii '"ul nm vi'lli i������ulM-fi|.I.ul".������.U"il  tMAV \������ tli������ OllKllNAL ������n*l 1I1CHT HANI)  OMtAN^Tt. WIII runniv* urauii ������ml *Utu������  OtHllkUJa. ���������  ���������������.������������     ���������     ,      ...,..l     ������..     l,.-.l...^    I^vift.r.,!     ,������rt.  ������' ������'J      * ' ��������� ������������������ < ���������  on bv buvlnff poor trashv alum balc-  Iiik powdoi* when you can just n������  woll buy Magic linking Powder, tho  health   giving   "No   Alum"   brand   at  I tho ������u.uio pvlc-j?   At alt Grocora.  ^ItlNGTON CHALLENGE  WATERPROOF CHLA^S  '      Iini'the.i'irM 'f.'Voi   ijn,iiJ������-'. Viiii.1 ,'ifo.  "���������:!"' iia.irantiV(.v:l,1.6'(i''v'aynii. ^.A!,^'''".'.������,'."��������� *.'  ,   turn   At i'Mi^^a!Jli>'jVN'''l'J ^,,v,���������  ;,'; ���������  ">r atalirvu  i.l^e'"Si,li,ii,'Ai/,r,'.ieiii.illi|-ett ,  The, AKlUigtoui-Cduo^Cai^  _    ,-iS J-rnsnt Ave., Toronto. Ontario-'  ���������nnt upon re<ij������������,������L  I'M  iCx|,'r������>*in ������ind mikll oharguiii oil all Mlili)i>l������nU>  bhlil by u������. ChumiIa'a Lbrdasl f ur Op������r������lor������  Vour eorrenpondenee ���������oUolUd.  I  Tr������vi*������r^,padlar������.tt'  uny ������iuuutSH������v ~*i������-a..,  ottimot afford to ill*,"  pouo of tiiulr coi:c������t-  ionn with out:   umt  nKt������l*ilm������   nnr t������rle������������i  w'HyiTHlll'll     Wi* l*M mmXwWH  Yv>V0w\t*~  M H*****'>-aMtM������-W*'''*������-  ^jjjyjU|*^^j^ f iiVii V'-jr<vS">' 1 jfei Tr-.-'KJi'C'j nH, .^-Tv-iVr^  ���������  --���������-r^-.H.':.v':-.-.:V������^,:'K.li;-_J--������-.1'._^_^>  ^���������������������������.n-:';^^  j?*-, Yii "vv '=->-.V ;'S'-; ^tt^'ft^;-! '^:i.l^m:t^^?^^^(^0^W^\  ',-vViy-j  'ill in n in '������,l',n������iii,������  y-'rt^i-t \i":3f'*���������&:*  jSt, 11;i*fl -S-- i -J, IV ^.'���������\:=lTie:  ���������.������,.,..5-: ,/.':-���������  w.imno  :ttsk;%Was&v^^  ���������:thei^^lspeil������::y^  :;&ar!vifcu'K^  Iharm^in ��������� the tiniev of^her^f ataers^:?    -  "^Ali^-H^  .<, bianlcsli'O'f^the;; ;i?:end3:;d^Or9i^ev:-^?,rom  k\ thei?A-mbhster;-:f all.s'^.t^^^^ny^tb'i; the  ,:-;-:?/"jrba^  ������-i '��������� ���������-|shei;,k-Q'e;^V' 5 every: Iiact-^aiidS every1 .w-ai'ni  of the preat" river.    Before the white  man ever saw it she caught fish In J certificate that he had been detained  the seeming rapids and paddled  her j uutii 4.30 o'clock in the, niorning.cn  >>:-"A^jU8t^  and-lie^is utelliiign -th^^to^l^i^^  i.-.Ticvs&a'^^^  _ay,e''::a-:;caso';:i^ :  ���������4 &(������o$ie'^  'f'6r'eH.ihe>^  -.'"���������' " f.;wai*fed for*������_������-&ver^lc^'':,^ala^^h-e;;  ���������jusfcicO/--'-iJ.an_^  ���������told-thejurors'lt^  ���������most / j/fn'ther^^  they .desired T would' give to, each  IFIL-ES CURED!  H Writing (torn Poolaff, B.O., Mm. C.  U Hanson, proprietress of th������Oommer-g  'Bcial Hotel, says: "* I suffered for years ������  g with blooding piles. Tha* pain vras soM  ,������bad at times that I could hardly walk, g  Hand ttrdipftry ffemedi������s seemed utterlyS  iimabld to give me any ease. Finally  I decided to undergo an operation,  and went to the Saoi ed Heart Hospital  ������SS'S������*V  Vi  For a time I was oertain  g operation!  abetter, but within twelve months th  Spiles bi'camo as painful as ever.    I  ��������� cried liniments, hob puuhices, various  *pil * cures,' and indeed everything I  could think would be likely to do any  good, but still I continued to suffer, |g  "���������and the shooting,   burning, stinging������  ������ pains, the dull,  aching,   * worn-out fi  ��������� feeling that the diseaaa causes con-������  |tjnued as bad as ever.     '    , * g  . "Ono day I read about Zam-Buk 1  and thought I would try it. Tho firsts  lorsQnj "TO hoses ������*4ve n������e -*ao**$ e������seB  nthan anything else I had tried, so IB  ���������a went on with the tre?.tn,e-%t. 1*3 an  Sshorh time I began to feel altogether S  S different; and better. "Well, I went on fi  B usim* Zam-Buk, and by the time I had g  8u*ed six boxes I,was delighted to findg  myself entirely cured. That was three S  ��������� years ago. and there has been no a  ���������are* urn of the trouble," S t  5 Zam-Bu\ is a sure cure for piles,  ge'essms, ulcers, abscesses, eruptions,  g chapped hands, varicose sores, burns,  a scalds, bruises, inflimed patches, and  Hall skin injuries and diseases. Drug-  ggista and stores everywhere. 50c. box;  g or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  wem  flanoe on its broad surface.  Felieite had been sick for years, but  aiways hoped that some time sae  would recover and do hor share of the  labor  of  the   tribe.'  When the knowledge came that  she was of no uss any longer and  had become a drag upon her people,  Felieite pulled her ragged blanket  -jround hor spent boay and lay down-  to die. Not an ounce of rood would  sne touch and she took only enough  water to bo spared- th<e delirium ��������� of  thirst.    -      ,  For two -weeks she refused nourishment. Her skin wrinkled like  parchment and she died little more  than a frame oV bones.  me most sacred rites of the tribe  were administered and b%r body lie*,  on the bank of the river <.uat had always been her world.  Love's Labor .Lost.  Rev. John Brown, fahter of the  well beloved Dr John Brown, who  wrote those little classics, "Bab" and  "Marjorie Fleming," was In the habit,  on festive occasions, of proposing a  certain young )ady as his toast.  Noticing that- he had abruptly abandoned the practice, a curious person  asked- him the reason.  "Because," he said, sadly, "I have  jury service.  "The jurors consulted together for  a few minutes," continued the justice, "and then the foreman arose  and said:���������"We thank you for your  consideration and appreciate ,the  kindness of your- offer and desire vto  say that if your Honor needs a.certificate to the effect that you' were detained until 4.S0 o'clock in the morning waiting tor our verdict t we will  gladly bo certify.'>l"  Tho "Justice hastily, declined- this  kind offer with thanks, and Just as  hastily adjourned court. *  YOTTLL HAVE LESS WCn**"  VlVii     .������..  AND MORE FLAY  IF YOU TRY THE IviOOiMEY WAY  ���������������     ���������   * i������������k*������     m-i voaniH l<u  Tn some factories and woritshops carbolic acid is kopt for use in cauterising wounds and cuts sustained by the  workmen. Far better to keep on  hand a bottle of Dr. Thomas' ^electric Oil. It Is just as quick in action  and does net scar the skin or burn  the flesh. There is no other Oil that  has its curati ?c qualities.  n_i<r-fcj**������.-ft.i*a������������w  IVII-f'WI'VC V  tcaricd her for sixteen years without  being able to make her brow-n. and  so I've resolved to toast her no louder."��������� -Youth's Companion.  -Talk about long playing," sarid the  Yankee tc Pat.   "Why, your country-  tvi on    -**������������������ *-*������������������������������������ 1 #l ii *f    rvst*   a    UaK   c -_.    ������,, ;+*u    *-i������  I- know a fellow-citizen v.'ho played  'Beautiful Stars and Stripes' on the  piano  for several hours."       '  "Arrah, closo yer mouth," said Pat.  ''You ought -to be ashamed of yourself, to "be talking about nothing.  Sure "" know an Iri  'Ireland Forever' on a flute.1  Because TwIOON EY'S BISCUITS are fresh enough and appetizing  enough to take the place of the product of your own,.oven.   For the daily zaeai  you" "ke MQONEY'S PERFECtiON  SODA   BISCUITS  They're the crispest, creamiest, most delicious soda  biscuits ever produced and they're made in Winnipeg.   A Western biscuit for Western people.  &! 4''.?\*4Kj'-Slj  mmmm  ^.-������,'."-5;'i.:iM.3W:"-  *-*%i">,'^-^S  ,-r.r. if, ���������. .-���������.������������������>, .-.^������mX\  /   *fc>^,.^".' '.-'Av'-;v--.4*������vi  S l anscil~porlto*i oi i.ia car.    '1 liere is o ily oae 'way to , HIV 1 Sl-iiliJ  IV-iliVITillitillV  V      ._.. .i^fnacd   nmi flint l������ liv f������*>tt**t-.tt ul.lnnfil TctTii'iilp^. ���������^ ��������� v%*r*/*i   Aniit   v-m t\ *rn_r van****  Mm S OWN TABLEiS  Amundsen's Name.  Although Amundsen has been a  famous man ever since he discovered  ihe Northwest Passage, his name is  still pronounced wrong as often as  right The correct pronounciation is  with a strong stress on the first syllable,  which  Is  made rather  long���������  ������.u:-uiuuuu-seu.        ule       uu       is  not  ���������quite  so close    and    positive  as  in  moon,    and     the    "e"   is   somewhat  . slighted.    The last two syllables, being  c-uttered    up    with consonants,  take <?ach about the same time as the  long "ah," so that the rythm is much  like that of "Edmonton." or "excellent"  emphatically  spoken.    It  is a  "resonant,   spirited   name,   worthy   of  a  modern  viking.���������Springfield  Republican.  Deai:necs Cannot C2 Curcjs  ������_.  ,ccii   L5:;lic--.-���������������    ������_a  U'e?  on-Mint 1-mpU tho ills- I MATKrDC   ftSrAfli'fljf|l?tktl\  Inscil porlloj ot i.ia car. 'lliere is oily one'way to  cure deafness, ana tliat Is by coitstltullonnl rcin.^Jlcs.  Duutmsa is caused ty an inflttiiied cuidlttpn ot tbe  mucous ilnir.r; o! tlie Eusla?-lllaa Tube. Wlien Oils  tube Is lailainetl you h-.we -i, rumblln? Bound or lm-  Mrfest; he3rl.1t!, aad was 1 ii u cuiirciy /..os,cd. Ueat-  ^33 -. l')3 resulf, a "1 unless tfis tnllamuicition can ton  .akca oiit 211a tins tube rrstored to 119 r.ornml condition, hc.irlns will DC Jeatroycd loreycr: nlac ������ses  out ot ten arc caas.'J by C-atb..rh. jiliich is rotliing  but on Inflamed co.ditloi ol tlie mucous, surfaces.  n������c -,���������,���������:;��������� "���������>��������������� O'l" if'iidred Pollars for ary case oi  D������ctii23S (causcl by csurrli)  that ta'ir.or. oe curi-a  by Hall"' Catarrh Curo.   Send for cir.-ulars, free.  1 V. J. CHlSX^iT & CO . Toledo. O.  So.d dv Oni'dsla. '5c.  'Aake Uall's Fa-r.liy ri������.s for ronstlpation.  . immmm.  ������������������i* -��������� ,   ��������� - ���������*��������� ���������--���������'- ,-''?-������'  '  Vegetables to ������he value of $1,672,-  ������90 vere luipui'uu oj' \^aua,M.������. ,.r^������..*  the United States during the eight  months enling November last, or  double the amount In the same period two years before, according io  reports to the International Dry-Farming Congress at Lethbridge. This  is only another argument for mixed  'arming in -western Canada.  The change of dietary that comes  -with spring and summer has the effect In weak stomachs of getting up  inflammation,  resulting in dysentery  -and cholera morbus.    The abnormal  ^condition will continue If not. attended to and will cause an exhaustive  .drain on tho system.   The best available medicine iB Dr. 'J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery    Cordial.    It    clears    the  stomach   and    bowels   of   irritants,  ���������counteracts the inflammation and restores the organs to healthy action.  ^H-ii-ii  -^���������-'���������������������������iii-iu,--'*!--    ���������!������������������    IM   ,  M  One Pla for 90 Persona.  Over 90 persons partook at Gorles-  ton of a sea pie Into the making of  ���������which there entered two stone of  nour. six rabbits, -six ox und sheep  kidneys. 28 pounds of beefsteak, two  stone of green vegetables, half a  stone of onljiiB and two stone of  ���������turnips and carrots.  The total  weight  of the pic  was  ���������over 200 poundB and It took two days  ���������to cook.���������London Evening Standard.  Knew  Her  Place.  Mr.    Exe���������'What!     Another    new  dress!     Perhaps    you    will tell me,  madam, how I  shall get the money  to pay for it?"  'You   must  excuse  me.  Baby's Own Tablets are recommended by thousands of thankful  mothers who have used them for  their little ones and have found them  ct,    &a.ic    &uu    Biiie    Ciii'c    ������OV    Cuiiotipa-  tion,~ indigestion, worms, simple  fevers and all stomach and bowel  troubles. - Concerning them Mrs. Au-  guste    Blier,      St.    Damase,      Que.,  Tvj.ii.6o*!       j" *c*a,3������   Bcuu   itifc?   -3,*10^tivl*   j}Oa  of Baby's Own Tablets. I'have already used them and have found  them an excellent remedy for little  ones. I would strongly recommend  them to all mothers." The Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams* Medicine Co., Brackville,  Ont.  Chilly  A certain member of a Boston club  1 habitually evinces  such a  frigid  de-  I meanor  that  many  of his  acquaintances  have facetiously averred  that  "it gives one a cold to shake hands  with him."-.  One evening a group at the eitifc j  were discussing the disposition of the i  said member, when a newcoiv-r ven- j  tnred  this:��������� I  "Why, gentlemen, I undt... id I  that it is the custom in this c ub j  when that chap attends a dinner here ���������  to ice the claret in order that it may j  tO        Cil. L_"->        .-?_~_w .^_>������,U.M>.UAV.       **������3 lUC    t  dining-room."���������Harper's   Magazine.  1\CLUU  WzMW?  ;-\ v ^->,  Silver ^a*^ OnQiBtbg ^fE^fB^^l^iili  j,  ^^i, A?rB; "-JurTfan,���������i am ersjeyiris better neaitn than i have lor eignt years;'  and  I think I am entirely cured.    I have none of the old symptoms.    I am very,. ,. ���������VK.  grateful  for my present .healths .and^.think. Orange X.Uy.,-l_ the greatest������treatmehtB'Sf &S&  for ''women' the    worldjknpwp.w Ita  0->    *it#%���������*-���������������*������   ���������fl'*''������,3Ttjr,������-leil    ������ar1������  Slight Delay.  He���������If oh old millionaire on the  verge of the grave wanted to marry  you, -would.'you".throw mo over?  Sl'io-���������Not necossarlly." Still you  might have to wait a year or-two.���������  Slopor's HalMIollday. *  > Gr-rmany poBsesses 1,500. moving  picture shows, of -which there ore  ?.flO In Berlin.  Ex*  I am your  viser."���������Boston  Transcript.  Ve������*y Wrong.  "Married only three weeks and  want a divorce?"  "My husband deceived rae shamefully."  "About his income''"  "Oh, no.  "In what way?"  "He led me to bftliiwe that he played a good game of bridge."  Brutal  Vice-President Sherman In an interview in Washington, said of the  smashing of-a boom!  "it was a brutal smash. It was so  brutal, so cruel, it reminds me of  Merritt's retort.  Merrltt'e wife, at the end of the  usual   breakfast-table   quaiVol,   burst  illtO   l������Urs   'joilind   tilts   Cuuoe   Ui'u  firm  as she searched for her handkerchief,  walled.  " 'You said, the second time I refused you, that you'd rather live In  eternal torment with me than in bliss  by yourself.'  "'Well, I had my wish,' growled  Mcrrltt.'" ���������'..   '���������'/"  In the Dark.  Edith���������How    did     you   feel   when  Jack kissed you through the tunnel?  Ethel���������I felt as if I never wanted  to see his face again.���������Boston Tran-  sci ipt.  PILES CUR!;D   IN  S TO   14   DAYS  i'sur iliu&gibt will refund money if PaJSO  OINTMliNT   falls   to   cure   any   case   or?  itcmng.     Blind.     Bleedlac -or   Prou-udm<  Files, in <S to 14   days.     BOe.  John Misunderstood.  Herr Baron (finding a friend's cig-  garette case la IiIb coac pocket)--  There"! I must have put this in r/iy  ' pocket by mistake the other night.  John didn't you notice a straige  cigarette case In this coat?'  John-r-Oh. yes, sir, but I didn't say  anything to anybody about it.--Flie-  gende Blaetter.  Winter's Chili  Upset Kidneys  Pain   in   Back    Tell    of    Congestion  Caused by Cold.    "  The Censorship In Russia.  It is p*easant to learn���������the story is  current in many a Russian household  ���������that the cook books which had  been condemned because a recipe  contained tha words "perfect freedom," .words which were used "in reference to some culinary, process, '  have escaped further mutilation, and  "nave been selling" without hindrance.  On the other hand, the list of books  which continue to be suppressed is  long and varlea.���������London Times.  <*&������.- and ' others ^sifiiiiler;- down"  tha sise of a walnut.    You may ii^e-'J.':. ;=:������;?  _iy  case  In  your  advertisement,' for������'.fisi^  it-  Is   the   solid     truth,    and     p^ii^^ffm,  cannot  dest-ribe  u,l   tljc  jsocd  It  nSftyftS-^prej  done for me.   Mrs.  Louise E.   Bolfei5?fc?^^  vridge.   . :^f^-sSv������jgj  *    This'' letter  gives  an   indication >cOtpM~?Ms&  the    positive    benefits    that    alwaysri-^Kis^l  follow the' use of Orange LHy.-   It^������J������f|*||  ���������  m.ti    JipnHed-  treatment  / andv- .cuicwui-ij-rjfiyJteifc  4-l-sja    c������,f?awln������;'->-^V^-:f,^rffH  aisoraers, incluamg   pajzuui   periods, - itijiiug f,������������?  In   direct  contact'" with  the suffering.,,.  orernns.      It_ produces  ^results^ - frolrijsf)  the start in ail cases or women's  yomb,  irregularities,   leueorrhoea.  etc.  T "will  send  Bufferlni? woman  stamps "and- addre*(_ MRS. FRANCES ������. CUR RAH, Windsor, ons.  Hies,   leucorrnoea.   etc.' ���������        v        ' " "-��������� - -   ��������� ~ - *   , -���������.:^;i>X:g?4*ivi  a sample box contain!-*,-:- 10 days' treatment absolutely free to -inyjlrMtifs;  n wno has not yet tried If If she will send me her-address.,   fflacbw*;:^^^^;  FOR, ��������� ...    , .;,, ;-*������������*-  F*!?-!!^ WT'VkSW?   CATARRHAU   FEVER  AND ALL NOSE     _  AND  THROAT   DiSfcASESj  Cures the sick and acts as a preventative for otllers) _ .  Liquid given on the tongue. Safe for brood:.matea-y^^.^l^^  all others. Best Kidney remedy: 50 cents'a bottle; $t>#p-g������$"|g  the dozen. Sold by all drugi^ste<and<harhesfr chouses. pis^MgSj-g"  ALL WHOLR^ALE 'DTllJCGISTS.       *     *- '^MMMM  trlbutors  SPOHN .MEDICAL   CO.,   Bacteriologists,  GOSHEN,   iND., XS. .S. -A.  Would  Never Agree  Mrs. Flubdub���������"Why shouldn't women serve on juries?"  Mr. Flubdub���������"I suppose the courts  are afraid a husband and wife might  be drawn on the same jury."���������Puck.  Fish Is sometlmos colored with an  orjmulc dye, to give it tho'appearance'  of having boon smoked.  Tho first mihmarlno bout   was   In  vf*riti������(l and sueoonftfully tried In   tho  -eighteenth century.  In rocont years the sou has given  Groat Britain hack more land than  11 lian or.lou nwav.  Camelfl are the only animals that  .���������'cannot swim.  J-^ tWmm****"* 1������>J-t.llW_H->4ll,<��������� ���������IT���������_l  "With an iron sword, ninrhteon <n-  '���������i>r.q irtiic, boaldo it, u skulcton hua  "been found at'.puvton, Wiltshlro.  A  Cold  Welcome,  A clorpcyman In a small town was  doptoving the fact that none of the  couples that came in from tho country to he married stopped at his house  for the purpose..  "Well, brother," said the man addressed, "what oar- you expect,. Willi  that hi? sign on the tree thero: 'Five  Dollars'" Fine for Hitching Horo'?"���������  Youth's Companion,  /,/.. i.���������(���������',. P������  .. M   ���������,m\mm-Lm,%jH   , ,V  Safer Plan.  "1 let my house furnished, and  thoy'vo had ineacles there. Of course,  wo'vo had the place disinfected, so \  suppose It's"quite safo. What do you  think?"  . "I fancy It would be'all right, dear;  but I think, perhaps, it would bo  safer to lend it. to a frlond ttrHt,"���������  Punch, .  "Say, alderman, I wish you'd got  mo a job as dog catchor."  "Aro you out oi work?"  "No, but I'll quit tho work I'm doing now If you'll got ,1110 that job."  ������������������lflvor had any ������xp'erlonco as a dd'g  mitoher?"  "1 don't m>,eil any axpuvhuico. I'vw  got tho Incentive-���������rm*' a letter carrier."���������Chicago Tribune;  HM-MMMMMMMMi  IV. M. U. rf-1,0. ������W.  Wo quoBtlonod the applicant for n  position as laundrppB,  "Are you marrlod?" wo asked,  "No sah, Van  a whldah."  "Ah���������and your husband is dond?"  "VaHsuh"���������-hes alvo dliid."  "How did he moot lils death?" ���������  "Moot it? Laws, man; n������ didn't  moot It! Doy had tor cIiuhj him two  mllo fo d������y all could kotCli him an'  put do ropo roun' hlH neck/'���������Ulfo,  "Yob���������-I hav������y every jiopo of boing  You  Can   Prevent  Serious  Complications by Using.  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  When the surface of the body; is  suddenly chilled the n������IVMor*s of pores ih the skin, are quickly closed.  Under ordinary circumstances these  p.ir-s are of-enormous assistance to  the kidneys in removing poisons from  the system. Their failure means  greatly increased strain on the kld-  noys , and frequently congestion,  '���������vhich leads to sorlous dlseaso.  ���������.This explains why kidney troubles are so frequent at this season  of fbo ynnr, and why you require  something to qu'olcon the action of  the kidneys and keep them In healthful working condition.  Dr. Chaso'b Kidney-Liver Pills are  particularly effective under those  conditions because of their combined  action on tho kidnays, ltvor and bow  els. Tho whole filtering and excretory systems are thoroughly cleansed  and invlgoratod, the poisons are removed from the blood and you fool  like a dineront person.  The digestive system does not  have half a chance when those othor  organs are clogged with waste mat-  tor and sluggish in action. But once:  you got the live** nnd kldncyii right  the mass of food being digostort'  movoB quickly through tho alimentary canal, your appotito Improvoa,  dlgottUon  Is gooc   and  life Is worth  llvlllK.  Dr. ChaHO'B Kidney-Liver Pills, oiib  pill a doso, "15c a box, at all dealers  of EdmanHon,. Bates He Co., Limited,  Toronto.  The desire for knowledge, like'the  thirst of riches, increases ever with  the> acquisition of it.  One of the newest musical inBtru-*-  ments,  operated    by    electricity, reproduces  the  noies  of  forty-five orchestra performers. *  ��������� ������ ��������� ������������������ ������������������   Things ��������� Unprintable  Willie���������Mother always carves when  we havo company to dinner,  BODDy���������Isn'r,  your tallioi-  Willie���������-Yes;  hut he    ain't able to  without sayln' things.���������Boston Transcript.  Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  Attendant Was Wise.  , Jones had just run over 'to see If  Mr. and Mrs. Blank would go to the  theatro with then. Mrs. Blank was  sorry, but, unfortunately, Blank was  out. Probacy he was at the club.  She would telephone. The following  conversation ensued:  "Halloa!   ifl this the*  club?   Is  my husband thore, Halloa r Not there.  Sure? Wall, all right, then; but hold  on. How do you -know? I haven't  oven told you my name."  "There ain't nobody's husband hero  ���������never;' wane tho wise attendant's  reply.*���������San Francisco Star.  r,-jt*">  ' '���������.VifiK':'   "  I ,"pnj:Ai;i'r������*fil  |r.:i-i-;r.>,UM-(M  Why doesn't she take '"    ���������*���������-'-���������"  NA-DEU-CO Headache IValers  They stop a headache promptly,, yet do ndt contain anyj of SJIp^|iiS|^i  the dangerous:drugs common jn-headache tablets/ AskyourlJaM|Sfp;|pi  Druggist about them.  ^c. a box. -      - - ��������� ..  -^j|^lg'^^LBi  NATIONA*. DRUO AND CHEMICAL. Co. Of CANADA.  LlMITCO.  122   ^^'--;������������������'������������������ ���������K'V^S'HH  _^^______i_M-m-mmmwamwmmm* V iwii'wum   ',    * "    '' ' '"   ���������-_!L���������at)ff.-'',r^?,'",'';C'^/^BB  _     .  - ���������   ���������      :,:" '���������'���������-'- V-A^JiH-B-  A Surmise. ,  "That,'- said the musician, "Is, a  j^tradlvarius, it is worth thousands'*  "H'm!" replied Mr. Cumrox, rather  wearily. "I suppose music Is somp-  thing like the drug business. Things  cost more when you call 'em by their  Latin uames." ���������-Washington' 'Star.  A Last ^Chance.  "Oolng to Wombat's wedding?"  "Not l.   ! was engaged to thf.t girl.  Wombat cut mo* out,"  "Woll, eoino to the wedding.   You  may get u- dunn-i: io  bin" him  1<>  Ihu  jaw with an old Hlioe,"'  in  male  Urn   GhUu uf CiiUfurnlit  tli-i  fi1-  vot<������ oiiinuwlWB  tho uuilo   bj  oloctMU uouuvai-ui  1.11V/    Hklll    ,u     I UVHIII,  oupy It''���������  ������������������Oh���������then yon sit ow j'our heads* in  the coui������ctt?',*-*-S������m*edll  /,W,M,  Railway Survey by Camels.  In a very short-., time J. Norton  Grltnths, M.P., will leave for Australia to confer with tho Commonwealth  Government In connection with the  transcontinental railway.  ' The Burvey ot'the vast str-etah ol  oountry bolwoon.east and west has  been tho cause of not a little anxloty.  Camels had to boused to traverse  tho great wastes and at every point  tho' problem of scarcity of water had  to bo fdcod and overcome.  Tho chlof surveyor examined the  country in advance and employed s!  novol mothod to mark his trail for  ���������those who toilowud. Uo 1'uuLcucd a  lioavy chuln to his camol, and thin  dragging on tho r<jad, loft a plain  trail. When1'it*, was possihlo' observations of thb stars wore taken at  night, and provisions and water wore  inont on abou. seven itiIIoh ahead for  the next day's camp.���������Pall Mall'Ga*-  otto, ���������  The!   ln<*'i*'  trnfl"   nf ' Fmiicn   Im   miiIi!  to afford'employment for 200,000 persons.  i   one pound  ������>f  *>nnd   '/>*������'  bm������   sufl-  cient euergy to-lift'" a-'man i'ourtcon  nilloo   "hliTb.  The Pace That Kills. '  The Army and Navy club in Washington is an exclusive organization'.  The clubhouse is nicely decorated.  One picture, of which tho members  are proud and which they take every  opportunity to bring to < the attention  of visitors, is rather d crude pen-  and-tnk drawing, obviously the work  of an'amat3iir.. It desplcts an officer  seated ^ jfore a deal table, standing  i*i front of'which vi*i- a pv������-������ ate ooldler  at salute.   Beneath the plcturo is tho  following inscription: u  "Pat, I hear that you have been  drunk again." <   ���������..>,. ���������.  "Yis  sor"  "Your conduct Is -disgraceful.  Why can't you drink like officers and  gontlomou?!'.  "Faith, sor, and if Ol did Ol'd bo  dead In a wake."  One AmerlcDTi picture fUm-making  firm haB 7,000 coBtumes of all countries in stock as against 171 in 1000.  Astronomical observations in China  wore carried on aH far baclc as 2353  B'C-   ���������    '"'���������.'  ���������-���������UHtM. .II���������|.'|>.IH|I.<.H���������IH���������,..!^  *3hippinn casualIt'lAH of all nntlon-  alitles last year, totalled 108 vonftolB,  with a tonnage of 114,231.  Courteous. y-%v:^  Pedantic    Old   .Gentleman)(to ^p;;  taurant  waiter)���������I "believe"'It  is 'Irri^vv  proper,  to    speak    disrespectfully,: of V;  one's elders? . / ��������������� fj ';i,v-^w--^'rl  Restaurant Walter���������So I've heard,;;  sir. ,  -        ��������� ���������",      ���������"'i-'-,:':*v.^3;t;j  Pedantic  Old ' Gentleman'��������� Thon 1     ,,.Vi,,  will  be  silent  concerning this L fnwl; :^|f|;v  youhave just, brought met���������London;'   -f5'  ���������fit-isus.  I , ��������� ��������� ���������������!���������    ���������������������������r_(-iM.T.ii-<->'i-jyyP>i-iiiiiii������--������ ^ ,'.'..-"*;  IM Inarda Liniment'for sale everywhere.;  A Clew.''  ���������,> Paul-*-YOung t 'Strongarm just paid  me a ten that he owed me., '  Peter���������I suppose he got it lp the  usual way. I was held up again last  night;.',..,.,;<^ :,,, ���������,-,*���������, -}, ���������;.:".*��������� ,\.-_ '^.[y;::^ -.  So rare are cases of hydrophobiti  how' in Europe that during' the' last  ten years cases have only averaged  ���������one;per .annum. , .:. .���������>'>,.,'vvi* .',..<���������'v.:v  r.'-.'.'-^v  ���������.'};'!.'.-.'������������������  y;m  :������������������:���������*:>%.,  '".V ���������''!���������'I  ���������J ll.-.  1 ������������������'!.���������': I  "Why do you enconrage. you ,boy; t^ ; , v  take eo much Interest in IiIb studies?" <  "Well."    replied  ,-M?.,   Eliggins,'."X ,;  riuspect 1 havo   unconsciously    booii ,  selfish In the matter.    It keeps him  froin coming home and 'ahttwinB" oft ;���������,  how much more ho knows ubou,t phi-^{ ; ;���������'���������/  losophy and the hlghor mathematics '  than' I do"       .                ���������/,.,..    '/'���������';'������������������W  Scrap Iron and usoioss machinery ���������*������������������ -,?  which phased into the possepslon of :Si;  the   United    States    from    tho   old )V,:  French Panama Canal Company 1>|Vlfj|i4.vV-,,|  netted tho surprising sum of ;$2,ns������.������  000.                                      .  .���������>" ���������������������������<'���������������*'���������  "V-,l'-l  'UsWi''^:  BiAN'ANB ,XSIB SOIt. ' "o";'"  Dr. II, V. Pierce ol Buffalo, authorul-the VP^W0"^^  Medlc.l AdvUer, ..y? "why do������ not the former treat .1. owa  bodv ������s lu> trentu the fond h* .oulMvstes. He put* bsok in pnos.  Jfw^hst he t-k^ out in oron������.or the land would {row poor.  oTlS -Mrth".������d SSty to th. blood.    It '.ta like ^J*J������i|������5t^^  StVre with the ���������ubsMiuH* that buildup the erop.. "^J^^ja^^  nontor pierce** ������urtdeni'Medlcail ,ntmawytejepr-w*u'tw  l������ due to.tolSSoC oa the .tomsch wd or4Bo������ of dUe.Hon ������nd ^tpuon.^ Wjj^  ess?UiiU bejn'in tl������e ������tom������Ph sr* mired flirouith the stomsbb.   , A ^Vm^Sit  fsrimplySSf wittlt ol ������������ effort m.de by ths liver to cstcn up wh������������������ ������v*^rkctf  ;nrf!?������l!_������*i������d.     I  have  found ths 'Discovery' to be un.urps.scd st ��������� .llvw.wfc-  ulster snd rich blood-maker." u M.tM������imKM-i  Mlft������ hovrm Kwar of P������rth. Kansan. mwr������i   ��������� I will horo ������i dd p fjJjggg.-.  of ths sffnetivnnnnM of your roinwly n|x������" "-yyj*'   1,"?\,t;l. IluTtrtkina iiumer*  mr two J������ars or mom. UocU.rcd w Iith tl������r������������4^  naisVln my chnnt, csuBfld hy-RMon H'a-*|������;i'-2  Thn aggregate annual pront ot  mines assessed for IiiuoukvIu^ In tho  United   Kingdom   is   ������to,GH,32Z>  timo.  A^W,?������1������XW.Vtt.l\}i!&X������t Ui-l^tiiCV^rlTon^of siomsoh twiiMH*  gjra^-acra^-* y^i ^^ifiSgs^^  ttSafc work.*  M4*Wa*M^'drUvJ  f,..  ...(.V.'/f]  ' * -.i"ij)ji  '4i" *ii_i:.^  I**   c  aJWLJ'B  The ^^  SV^^JW.tmVH^*^0mmiVVmmWm9  FsbMshed every   Friday atC^fcoW _-5^*sh'Colombia, bythe CrestonPrintr  ag8_adPublifthiiigQompany,'Ii-W^-^r^r^:;:;;; ; . ���������������������������';s';^..    '  ; Che-web 2j. W.nn  Th������ Review is the acknowledged odvertisirig medium of the Crestonjvalley, oir-  ooiatiog in over one thousand hos_e_ throughout the Oreston *aist?nct aim  reaching Out in a broad manner into other, communities. Our advertising rates  are based ois the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers'Board of _raae.  land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  ���������Siseraents. $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line nrs-c issue  1  Editor and Manager.  j   ^V/OU  will make   no   mistake  *      ������       when you get off the train  The Board of Trade last Tuesday evening.' voted ������150  as an appropriation towards the furthering of Creston's name  in the British Empire and throughout the world.    As usual  > - .. . - ., ..     - ,        .......... ..........  ^he main question of discussion was -"Can we get the money ?''  It has been ever thus in Creston; any attempt to publish  Creston's name to the world has been furthered "with a very  few citizens paying the bill. The community as a whole is  ever ready to rise ia its wrath when it is found that Creston  is not on the map or has been left out of  government   arti-  if you sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  .....    ��������� u ^ .   _-._    . men  will  substantiate  this*    We  -*���������-    8 study  the  comfort or our guests.  -fUtt    ^elt     The rooms are well furnished in  a manner iib-to-date.  ������2>     a  *Jy '   ���������  s war   ixtsests  Cah   c/igain  /-_\  *<5"*  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  **--������^---,     *-W'-*L'JLJ\,a JLAJLV*-  >k. AC* ���������.*>>?��������� ������  International StDck food  "        Poultry food  Louse Killer  Worm powders  Healing oil  VVh tc liniment  Absorbent  <<  ii  ii  ii  t\*of_,���������,-������r\o.*������    I ''iiwo  uric   JNL  50c  ^2.00 ,3fc  ���������-��������� *-* **       Ma i  3������y  4f_.  en'1    ������������  _-U_      .--,  ���������as  SZ"x  T  #  ������  Colic. Cure  and several other good remedies made by the    Inter-  -^  national people. , ^  Creston Drug&Book Co. 1  A J4H_-_._.*������_>     *_/ A  wishing for further information regarding it would   natur-  thet^ver-mesite-perts.    But only a iW are ready to* ***^elally turn t0 tlle Agetu GeneraUor'fuvtlier and  reliable in-  the big publicity propositions.    It is time to change.  -.1  Dfl:__iOII";-;;iiC--":_Fft#n-r tIitfc1  ffsjiiiiii iIP   ������nulsr    ������MflF~  ��������� ���������formation, and we can imagine no  greater "Knock"  to  our  district when they are told that no such place exists or  that  lUCl  ruD  m������iwr,e,������,m,f liiriMryirp-i^ jij n%f ,,j *m.i [  *_-&&*I-S,SiSS1-5ft  t   ���������*_��������� ������___     I! ..   ____J    B"_^J    iRijt.a^l-.^    S  ransfer, Liven; and Feed  Stables i  (Best equipped Livery In Town)  ���������������- -���������*> iiv/i. *_������ ������������������������*_   j*-oj,v,ci_ti.*j>_ yj*. imy imoimiiuuii,  ivc -uigui.   a_  m  V    All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice,    rhe latest styles of    g  ,^   GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack  horses a    *?  ���������S Speciality. *        35  tStl _   _ _ _ ���������������*  id*   Feed for sale.       Agent lor tne Mcj-augmin Mantg. Co.      iiorses lor sale    w  '.veil burn our money than attempt any form of  advertising  ^  . . ���������_&   I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  m England under the present circumstances.  tiV  I *V*   nt auy hour of the day or night.   CJom-.ueieiiu meu uud l-iiiciseckers, -will  We feel that we have only to bring this matter to your  | attention to insure prompt adjustment as we are fully  aware  (Continued on Page 5)  ! *_i  1 _i  receive prompt attention  I  (Continued from Page li  L ������ .  ��������� ��������� . '. '. ��������� : ���������-������������������-- .  Minister of Agriculture asking whether some method cannot  be pursued by ivhich Creston will get the publicity it deserves at the hands of the agent general at London. The  letter is as follows;  The Deputy Minister^of Agriculture,  Victoria3 B. C.  sDear Sir, '.  -j  It has been recently brought to our notice by parties  in England that mention of Creston and its vicinity is entirely omitted in Bulletin No ii issued by the Agent  General  is  Londoii, aad   in    addition   to this  he   issued   a map  which    shows     Kuskanook     and     Bedlington     so     far  as a   population    or   industries   are   concerned   do   not  exist, snd entirely omits the name of Creston, which as you  arc aware is fast forging to- a prominent place as a fruit grow-  ng district. '  On top of this, a recent settler informs us that he called  at the Agent Generals office in London to obtain information  regarding this place, he was told that they did not  know of  any such place.  As you are aware the town of Creston has a population  of over 400 people and it is the centre and" the distributing  point of a district which has 1500 persons in it. There are  over 1000 acres under cultivation and the shipment of fruit  and vegetables is beginning to assume large proportions.  Thanks to your government, the district has excellent schools  and good roads, while there are four churches, up to date  telephone service, weekly newspaper and many other conveniences of civilzation.  Two years ago we wrote to the Agent General and pointed ont him that the nine prizes out of thirteen at the Spokane Apple Show, to which he gave such prominent notice  in his advertisement in the English Newspapers, were taken  by exhibits from this district, and called his attention to the  fact that he omitted the name of Creston from the list which  WftiJ given therewith. We also forwarded to him a pile of  literature but apparently our efforts were in vain.  Might we suggest that,  under the circumstances,   the  Provincial Government agents must be  very much  behind  the growth of the province, as we would have thought  tha1  the Agent General should be in a position to answer enquiries regarding any given point in the Province fully.  At vhi* tw*-������*inr tTir>m������l',rit tVum***- *<-��������� n nnrtv iti   Krior1?,wi Vr*.  curing wiui lantern Bimea tne auvantuges  ox tins place  ana ���������  ���������H_-.tr j-__t3*U T1_, *_."U , II  R S, McGreath. Proo  _'  ta*  55 Phone 56  on  WWiMWii  lv  touaar avenue xsox I*  ���������ggSBSaaYa-. ������������������" '������������������'" n   ���������������������������������������������n. in  MA-tAM   LAVAL'S  &i������ttm iimt Zmmmmi Tab-Sets  A KBWJinb* 'jlKG'DX.A'rOB  These Piilr. rre cempuumicd. with the grreatuSt  c*".:-; from the must: suliatle remedies known to  \i,it:iice; such ^s arc boins- used with much success  by the most cclobntted piiysiciaiis known.  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Proprietor  -. ^/t^mjawaattvaass^si^siss: .���������** Ji a, -��������� ,. j-���������.' t_,_l������ j~ae.ua  TW������   HOME  OF 'THS.-'  I        _--.  # ir^itv*s������*������*,fw f  CO /W MOOIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of the  best.. - known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  , up-to-date  and   the  bar supplied with only the best brand  of. goods.  E t  .  P**������  T"_   S~>  '��������� v_>������  t&amaaaaam  pfiTITn Cin-THVF  -������*S_.!f������fi {fel&g  _>ETM  ������OS_U������-  _p^n ttota  loxmsufl      ������a   (������*"* _a^_  ikuIif ar  SOfilll ICSTS f llSF RITV  iVSiSwaukee Turns to No������  Partisan   Candidates  33B3aK3ZnSSJlK^CJS3E^^  wi_m_<--i*j< i  THE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF  COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.," LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAlR-t General Manager  "Spuds'' as a Commercial  noavi      ji ������ caieu  -i_������ lcu.-*.!  By Lecturer  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  KH_>1, -  JL_X   _^i-������/\   /\if\_-i  5>0,VJUUr-JUL������  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Caoadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of their banlci.ig' business including- the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied tree *f charge  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every  orancn ot  l he Canadian Bank of  Comrrj-erce'to be operated by mail,  and will receive the same  careful  attention as i"s given to all other department*"* of the Bank's business.  j*     Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily a1-.  v   by a personal visit to the Bank.  'PERCY'S. FOWLER, SKanagcr, Creston      lurch  A23J  ������ s The British Colymbia Wnrsp.PBfis Co. i_tii.  _rt __r ~" ��������� ��������� __������������������_-_���������-���������-_. ���������^_   _������������������ _       -^���������_ ��������������������������� * i =_  II  Of Vancouver, B...  Have just received an So page illus^-.*--*-**'?  m  >g*  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free for  the asking to intending  planters.  Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  at Creston, B. C.  A TRIAL ORDER will convince th most  critical of the superiority of our one year old  tres on three year roots.  i-MaMKStawM-.  ���������BMCinillWI  11  Senator Dunlap and ^Parsons beauty.  Two of tho most hardy and productive varieties.   Propagated under toe  most favorahle conditions from the R. M. Kellogg nlrain o������ pedip;reo plants.  Price 310 00 per th_u?and F. O B. Wyimdel    10?-; discount ou nil oidors     j  with re*aiit.ranct* in lull received before March 20th.  (Continued from Page 1)  i  sets are dropped about 12 inohes apart in  the rows. Ordinarily, potatoes are  pl inted practically ou che level, without  throwing up ridges. For early production, the sets should he planted about  _! inches deep, and for the main crop  about 3 or 4 inches deep. If early pc-  tatoes are planted deep, many of them  will not sprout, because the ground is  cold.   Planting potatoes hy hand on the  * Qfr**-*"1 ** SCslS  l13    'J������,(*^���������������������������t^���������v���������    o~~*'-*.<%--_ii-_T_-        <*.r>_1      . t  will pay a large potato grower to buy a  potato planter.  The market requires a smooth, ehal-  loweyed potato of fair size. For the  main crop, a white potato usually sells  better thau a ted. Before cboosln'*' >>  variety to groi~. go around and visit  vour neighborr, and find out which variety is doing the best in yoror particular  locality. Very few growers in British  Columbia have gone in for extra early  production, and in the interior of the  Province no good test has been made  with early or late varieties to determine  which are doing the best. Thus i& is  impossible or ug to recommend varieties for different districts.  ������ome of the principal varieties grown  m present are;  jtn the Interior ������������������Vick's Extra EarJy,  I Early Fortune, Early Boss, Early Ohio,  Gold Coin, Mony Maker, Mortgage Lif-  ter, Million Dollar,   Burhank, Empire  State, Carmen No. 1., White Wonder.  w������*������*-������*^������r^rn������������������wt-_f*tx������r_'������-**'' K+an"* &js*a*3nn*axn-*a^aKr������Jiv^^w*v^nwcM**m*um������**M i a ear^mmr*  .MQNRAPWIGEN,. . WYN.NPEL,B-C.  mtjaaaawmajawaamxifoaavnuai  J    Billy Burton hca just finished dear  ing and stumping 3tf acres on his ranch  He pla ntod one-flfth of an asre in, p.  tatoes last Saturday.  According ta the dispatches of the  A ssociatad Press, Dr. G. A. Sadta-? the  non partizan eanditaie for mayo* of the  city of Milwaukee, Wis., defeated the  Socialist, Emil Soldi, hy a vote of 43,-  117 to 30,200 and 26 out of  33 non-par-  >.___. vuuuiuiiiiui iui uiucuiuu   pOSlvlOnS  also routed their Socialist opponents.  There are four Socialist hold-over alderman positions and the next council will  have two times as many non-partizans  as Socialists. The rout of the Socialist  in the city it, is believed,wi\l kill whatever* strength that party ever had in the  State of Wisconsin. .There was widespread interest in the election because it  was the only large city in the States to  have been in control of the Socialists.  Tho total vote was nearly 80,000 while  the highest ever cast hi a municipal  election in Milwaukee was 58,000. The  uCi_p.0v0 ���������u*so7G* 23 awnoiiwSci to tne  iocs chat the city was hdiufl z_i__i__.a-  ged and also to the fact that Socialists  outside the State were being brought  into the city and given various positions  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  Get your  Wines, liquors,  Tobacco,  Cigars,  Pouches,  Creston    Wine    &  j Spirit Co*  I  Sow Bursis'Fertllizers j  And Reap Dollars. '���������  Call or, send for our  New Pamphlet which is  lull of useful information   I  - i,<"^|.,l  i" _"_!  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the partnership heretofore existing between ns as Proprietors of the Barton  Sotel, Creston, British Columbia, has  been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts owing to-the Barton Hotel are payable to the Creston  Trading Company. Limited.  i-v_*._.-������ tr -,.    ii-.. TO5_ ...     a     T>    mm  *s.C*V<3\A   HAM*. KJLt,       VX*.\}   4. MHV,    rfJU.    ._-.    j.t/A,M.  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Gn  LimU-ti  CRESTON       -      B,C.  I  ' <i ������*l  v*8  l-l'.l  c    ( I  "_y������.-j  /^-e-a.  CALGARY; VANCOUVER:    feDMONTON.  HOTEL SIRDAR  'VO', JJORHIS P_OP������  | A   .HOMt-:   F'BrOsm   HOMS J  -  V  r  ' ^*-ail  ���������"la  I 91(111  iheeb hUH bALfc  Having ordered a seieation of jdxuis  Trees front. Grand Forks uui series, and  since sold my land I have ths following  for disposed at cost price.  Art-lea zirtQ "Wasuei*.  *'       100 Mcintosh Red.  "      100 Northern Spy.  "       300 Spii/.enber^.  "       100 Gnmen Golden.  Also a few other choice varieties.  Sundry Pears, Plums, Apricots,  Pea-  jhes. 400 Cuthbert Raspberries,   100 As  t>aragus and 100 grape vines.  The   goods    will  be   here    next  veek. ' First  come first serve.    Give  *our rectuiraments to or call and see' O.  H*. Wynn. Burton Hotel, or Fred W.  Wataon or apply to Walter V." Jfeoksou  for particulars and description.  PATIENTO TREATED THROUGHOUT  CANADA FOR 20 YEARS  ��������� Dm. K. & K. ftrft fAtombly l;no\vn through  out UAnaito where tlirty lmvo  rlouo buiu  Dm. K. & K. ftrft fAtombly l;no\vn ihi-ough-  liHvo  rlouo .toir*  .   . .., UMindtiof ratlei  luivo been tiuntuil and cured by then- K'������-t  ....    tbfly h    noM (or over 00 yeam. 'i-hoiiMinrifi of pritleutH  (iklllutHl UirutiK'i tho v.itiio of tlieir New  Mvlhocl *JVeolm������int. When you trtat with  tliein you know yui* nro dcaliufi* wltli rumpw  KUilil I'liiiiioliun:, in; tlioy own anil occupy  Uii-jIi> own of/loo bulWliiK In Dotrolt., thJupU  titmowKW. Whoa thoy dcclilo -���������youv ca������e lo  cumlilu, itll your worry in vonioveil for you  Uuow, thoy irlll no(, duceivo y������u. They  ���������BuariHiteio to euro alVcurahtn ciwon. No  limttor how mnny Oootoni lmvo rullert to  iioiiulU ,yoi>; no maUei1 how lvmcli money  yo������ have r,ip"*nt; In vain; no nuttlci* how cllr)*  ������oiii'������<{oil you-mny bo, don't Rive tip In <lea-'  ���������-Protect your garden with pouttr.\  "���������Ire In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft. , wld'ha n  .-JpCtH-K,' Mtiiri>.  \:"' ��������� ''' '���������'���������'���������' .-'��������� .,' ' '������������������������������������'���������; -,.������������������   ,���������'��������� .'- . .;.��������� .- '��������� "5''  A  E. Brndlov, of the Cmnhro'.-lc Job-i  -iin'wns in Oreston TueRday.,  The Ludios Aid of the Methodist  ���������buroh wish to thank Mr. l^rank Jack-  ibn tpi 'his kindness in loaning his store  building for their Good Friday sale.  J��������� J-' Grady is having lumber shipped  from Duok Ojealt to his new lumber  yard'here.  Ainia Hngon of Dnck' Crook was in  Crestou tlio early pat t of tho week,  jimttor how many dootorm lmvo THlIert to  ,_i     -������������������        - -  '���������y  pair lihtil yon cet"a fiieo opinion'fir'm 'tficatv  xnnntor 8*)(!0lall>*ti*, it' ygn tiro nt tirtRiiiit  wlwilii Ihis elmchon nt* iitiv i:eor<*( Imliltwliloh  ������������������Wo hnvo' jnt?t leceivod tl conslgn-  'i^fit'of ololhos bnskotB nt $1,50 ench'.  ii, A. Spp'era,  ������T. Cook \n olonrltig and stumping 8>jj  hcres'ou hisrnpoh,  i������nm������-<ir������(irt ****** im *n % r% ,-*, ������������<wm������jl,_  *Ma*m^-mm<n mm*,***  Is mipplna your Jljo iiy .fkeivooi it you wu  iiuiroi'inirirom (ho vci-tuttvof print fmll������or������-  tloiw; 1C your l>"ooa hiui boon tttlnteil I'roin  imy prWuto illtii'imo inul you dura not marry;  It you nr������ miii-rlc.il ami llvi " *" "  t'unu bi������<*.l(luK out ami <\x  It you nr������ inurvle.il ami llvo In dwfiil of nyarn-  .tom-j bnijililiiK out and exiiosinK-your piiHt;  If ymiantiiiiiToiInn- nn tha reiiult of a nils-  IB  WITNESS:  W- Burton,  Joseph Jacfeson.  A. B. MacDonald.  11 MV       */v w^-^t.���������w .....      .,viattt*J  Resort of Bast Kooteoay  x>ebC oi r isfliug auu aj.U_itl_ig |  Si ROAR    -    H.C-  T ** ���������*��������� ���������  ���������41  r*_,  -^1  *��������� ji  Ji.  rn.**ii  i:  8    "  TO CANADIAN ABCBITEOTS  Competition for New University Buildings to be erected at Point Grey, near  Vancouver, British Columbia.  The Government of British Columbia  invite Competitive Plans, for the  gener-  ul scheme and design for- the proposed  new University, together with more de-  tailed Plans for the buildings to be erected fiist at an estimated cpsb of $1,500,.  000.  Prizes of $10,000 will be given for the  most successful Designs submitted.  Particulars of the competition and  plan of site may be obtained on request  from the undersigned. *  The designs to he sent in by July 3Iet  1912, addressed to  THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION,  Parliament Buildings,   .  Victoria, British Columbia.  -i.'_J,^'__-_-_-__-___J 1 _, "--l-.^,--^--.-^-^^'-^^^^,---  g ct.-'o^B^vi j$'_T_**%   i  Whoiesaie |  Provisions-   Produce,   Fruit      |  General Commission Merchant* B  NELSON        -        B.C. j  Electric Restorer for Men.  Phosnh-ROl restores every nerve In tho liody  T," .*?,���������""���������"���������?��������� to its proper tension ; restores  vim and vitality. Prsa-store decay aad all sessa 1  weakness averted at once. yh-opSsoaoS <*t>iti  make you a new man. Price S8 a box. or t*-rp lor  $B. MaUed to any address. #I������S*������B*n������*-������  Oo.# St. Cat&wleu. Ont.  V'tm  -������������������if  "liX-  -v."  t  ,>v  THOROUGHBRED^    ROYAL  SOygR^IGN STRAW-  BERRY PLANTS  ������JO PER T NOUS AN O  j  ALL PLANTS OUARAMTSSS? TO  8  &ROW,  Dr. de Vsn's Female Pills  A reliable French refruUtor; never falls.. Theso  pills are exceedingly powerful iu regulating: the  generative portion of the female system. Kef Uio  ail cheap imitations. Ur, ���������_��������� Ta-'ft are sold at  95a box. or threbfarflO. Mailed to any address,  Xbe SootwU x>ms Oo.������ W������ ������a������_aifliae������������ OvK  "r-Vl  .tfl  -"/ll  <-   *-il I  "���������-ill  *H  *   ''.I'll  Dn. Kmwunv, MnnioAf. Dmioron.  ,       0|-l>r������|.iC.<ttK. v  \tm**msm-h���������i mtM tm*m���������������i+i���������*+***m>~ ���������*������**���������"������������������.������������������ 'm ��������������� m im n ��������� ���������-i. *������  CONSULTATION m_E  DpoksCre** onJPiivatet of Men���������If nnaW-  ������������ call, V'Hto fwr a Qii������*Unn  ulauh lor  MOMB TftEATMENT  ���������jpoiit llft>--r>j-#, K, AK, ���������ro.rourtt./utf*,  Ifuy your qa������o l.icforothfiiu'oiimUiil.luHy and  tlioy will toll you honestly u* you uro ouriili'd.  VOU CAN PAY WHEN CUREP  W������ Trent and Cur������  ^Awcosri vnrNs. nervous mmumr,  iJLOOD nnd UftlNARY COMPLAINTS  WDNEY  nnd nLADDHR' DIwamm  ax\8 ull DUo*������*o������ PoculUr. to M*i>������  im  KKEI  Cor. Michigan Ave. and GriswoW SU Detroit Mich.  rmm nm ir~\f. 0m r���������m .11 i(.<*prr -trnrn f*n*in<lH iii������.*l 1wMiililri������S������i'<l  11,1 ������������������������ hi���������mi ���������������������������.������������������_ aw If u m   H H " ng ���������'���������*���������'���������* * .. , T1 ���������.  @_H^B^NlJ9 i HfLvEa to or.r CmiiKlum Corre������pomU;������c������ Di-purt-  B^jfiflli^ wmmmmammmmmm tnent: hi ���������Wlndiior, Ont, If you diiuire to  bco uc pciwuully cull at our Medical JustlUUe in DHvoil: nn v/n mwnivl twit  no patients iii out Whi������l������or oiTicca which'ore for C'-rrenpoiulcnco timl  laboratory for Cuiittdiau ljUKluf-iu only. Aililrena all lettcvs ao followu:  ���������^���������-���������<"i_������''fr������'W*-r*.v >- I'F'NNpny. *W5nil������or, Owl:.  &aamaaatWBmmmaatsmmsmm*  Continued from Page 4  of tlio interest yon have taken, in our development.  '   Ycurs "fai1:nfulty,  P. B. Fowler,  Hon. Sec-Treas.  It is imereKtiug to note from the fyles of the Board or-  Trade thnt-iti February t^iu, JjVlr. Fowler wrote tp the Afcn'-  Geti'eral concerning. K'viiVg Cres tort more .publicity 'ai d at a  plater date soiidi.nphim a supply of -pamphlets on-the Crist'ij.  district. The Agent .General ir.clciiowledged the :ecc-ipL of  these pampJilclri and urged at tlie-lime that more niaUrinl  of this nature be sent hhu. IT.c apparently forgot the correspondence at once however for    in tlie bulletin   recently  pub  J&    I |-5������*.bpf1    ])f   |1<v;,jji   flli(i)-,!   n,-r.i-ro������    \/'o1l.,.t������  Cannot  -. jL.6cilirU.:,'  Poultry-Raising  From u Book  '���������'-, There Is'only one right way to learn how to raise poultry, and mntco  it poy from tho start, uml that is to loam from exports who have been  through it all.  This is exactly tho hind of instruction the International CorreBpond-  wice Schools olTor you. This ia NOT a book achem������, hut a home Courtyi  of practical lessons, ro^rcsontingr the lifelong exporloncp of the moat auc-  ct)n������ful poultry rwis������.-in in Uw wu'U,   ^  Tho Course (inchtdea ovorythin, portaining ;to successful poultry  raislhft' How fa oeloct moat jprofltnblo breedd; -(ecdlniji mnrketinff eflcr  i/f wwl poultry for profit} natural and artificial b*i^dfa%j5i������tural and nru-  Qclol jncubtitlon; layhiR hens; couibinatlon planti poultry appUaucei;  *������n*rnl������*������ of pottltry; dfa'ehflie-j or poirtrrj ��������� poultry hoittie-i and ���������m*������-wi'iTi������nt!  turltoyn; water fowlo; oquaba; etc., etc.  What makes the Couroo particularly valuable in tho fact that tho  C. S. is associated with tho largest pouli     *        '    " **    "  celebrated Rrtucocf*.** Farm, at Brov.*n*3 Mills,  forte fine P.nncnonn T>������;hn**nn n  e���������yt������ are marketed ovory v/euk.  "I. C. S. is associated with tho largest poultry farm in the world**-~the  Farm, at Brov,*n*3 Mills, xn-the-Pines, N. j., famoua  for it:* fine Rnneoonfl T>������hn**nn anr? F>AY-OLT>OHTX, invl wli������������t������> JHI.flOO  The I, C. S. has (-.pent ihounandn of dollaro ������n preparing this Course-  the only ono of its idnd���������a Courco  that you =an maoter and urply in.'. ���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������>p.  IT$; SK"Sffia : w.r������....n.ic.~,^.M.8cta.��������� :  that.equips you to handle a ft"*.v hc-r������a *���������������������������.. ������*���������.��������� *������-  or  niitimgw  a  In rue  |)*-whrv, farm  Mote Un. ficmiKon, Pit.  ��������� ��������� %,  _,. ,   _     ... ���������     ....   j            ,              .       ������ . > l'i<'������������������ ������<"i*ii uio ���������������������������������> (*������������i "U"������������������t Ifirtiiwc  ������,  Thill CoUrRO Will help yOU JW.lt t>M tho      + <*l.||l(nt|������>, on my put, e'rculii- .l������������c������|l,|������,K( ������h������ "J  many other I, C   e������, Coui'ikjh have   ��������������� ruuitiMitiling c������u-m.                            ������  hehxsd thounands of men and women   J ,,f                                      ' '"���������   '    t  in othor wnlkn ot lite.                        ������ ^                                                    #  * " *  *  The o'ttacherl coupon will hrinK  you descriptive dreul'ir of this Kieat    J  "  Poultry-RaiwimiJi; Comw.     Fill it ia   ��������� $*,&j\'o.  and mail it today.  VVI'lte     XUIJUIWIH     mtUklM,     JMlNHlUb     A>������*),l'-*-*W>*Ml,VlV-W,     _'������������������������������������������-,  ���������*������     V������*  ���������.���������!;,'���������������  >'l.",l'l  HMH  a-m^-jm^ii^^i^nMia-i^^  :^^--;:;M'';.r :!,'������������������,', > 'M  ��������� "������������������ '��������� ������������������ -"'/��������� ''-';.'"'-*ii '^v  V tf^  lilfbH yf"fl'H'-f[*V^.~**j^*^t'l|rf-jjt ���������'^IfV^ Jt_iii|M^M __i_HiM__  ;:i-'t,  ;-. .t ,'1:-v. ,v .''Ov'j:V''^VSSii-'S  *������:,Sr' ii-..V'--*a wmmm  Wm  KS^J^TO^wvjg'iai'siiT!  !P������  ^.i^y^'witt-f^  &:.-?'>;a>.  THE   CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRJ-SXUK,    n. t,.  sn  J__  $NE SINGLE PILL  tlGAVE GREAT RELIEF  51 FOUR BOXES CURB) HMffl  %;������V;      " Flessisville, Que  ,. ������&*!_ Buffered; rTo-m'^-Kidney-'^Troubi^;-!  j^for  several  years,"  and .'tried"* ��������� httmer2 '  f(:?0*as  remedies  and  doctors'   prescrip-  fijtibns -.without .permanent .relief, - my  ^case    -.being   ' chronic:    Aftier Seeing  |: Mahout ^Gin Pills, and.;as it is a well  ||;^;knowii fact that Juniper <.without al-:  fr-'c'ohol is excellent for the Kidneys, I  %'^decided to try Gin. Pills.    One single  'vi^ili   gave* me   great   relief.    .1  have.  K' -now taken almost four boxes of Gin  ij������>-'rl*ills and- find myself completely cur-  |]f ;;';ed.    No more bad    humor���������increase (  |r|*i-a welght-----clear eyes-^fresh color��������� j get down on its knees to it's the farm  J^EJiore  strength    and  vigor.     This   is1���������*-���������-  ���������������������������*-*-���������'* ~    * :������������������_.. ���������<_;������-.���������  I-v ivhat Gin Pills have done for me."  f  ;v :| H. POWIS HERBERT.  I J     Gin ?Pills will do the same for you  -if you have any. trouble with your  Ths Farmer's W-*e.  Associating ano convening and deliberating has extended to nearly  every conceivable human condition.  ���������Tust recently it has extended to the  next-to-oldest human condition. The  First International Congress of Farm  Women was held in Colorado Springs  and- iwas attended by delegates who  '���������were actually farm wives, '"front foreign -countries as well as the United  States'.  We hear and speak a great deal  about the. farmer. We call him the  foundation stone of all industries, the  original creator of wealth and the  backbone of the country���������especially  .when we wish him to vote for us or  buy another threshing machine; but  the truth is, with all his merits, he is  second fiddle to his wife. If there is  any one class that this country should  There Is WEALTH  In your sou  , Buy   a  COCKSHUTT  PL  IHKidneys or Bladder���������or if; you suffer  I;.;.r with Painful-the Back or ixUe���������s_at-  |:?i:ism.   Try them before 'you buy them.  f8i^ .Write 'National Drug & Chemical Co.  !*i of Canada. Limited, Dept. N.U. To-  lf*;-;i*bnto i for free sample. Then get  ������!,% the regular size boxes at your deal-  i :   -&r's���������5Ge. a box, 8 for $2.50.  Cited  an i Exception.  A religious  worker,  whiles  visiting  a   western   town,   gave   a   "Talk   to  /men," during 'the course of which, he  expressed    his    coaviction . that    no  young man should visit any place to  ��������� which he would not feel justified in  taking hisown sister.,   ( ;-  \'> "Is 'there'?any? young;, man  present  ;X^ho thmks phe)-may: safely disregard  'this  rule?" -asked : the  speaker.  women. Whatever farm men have  done, the women have done, and more  also. They haven't been heard from  very much heretofore. It is significant that the president of this almost  GET   IT   OUT!  ������������������Thinking" Horses Now  "Clever Hans," the German calculating horse of 1900, and "Don," the  talking dog'of 1911, have two promising sucessors in Blberfeld, Central Prussia, in the form of a pair  of "thinking horses," Arabian , by  birth, and.named..Zarif and Muhamed.  They are the property and ''pupils"  of a teacher named Karl Krall.  Certain German journalists who havo,  examined Zariff and Muhamed declare that the animals can read and  understand both German and French,  when spoken or written, and can  perform prodigious feats in arithmetic.     Answers     to  questions  in   sub-  newest ot associations is  <*rom Can-({ra\*tioh,~addM^^  ada   and  the   vice-presidt a\-  ia  from ���������_���������������������������_��������� ���������-���������   ������������������������.--..,-������   -���������������.   v,���������   *-*���������.--  *^ ��������� ���������   ul v jails*.,.     Vbl o      qvcbaui ������,,&.%������      %s������.������v      ..������,       ������...v������������������  Oklahoma.���������-The Saturday Evening  Post. Philadelphia, commenting upon  the International Congress of Farm  "Women, which holds its second annual session at "Lethbridge, Alberta^  October 21-25 next.  As Good as His Word.  After having been buried for seven  years in the desert, the body of a  German trooper named. Rogge has  been found by a flying patrol in* a  shifting sand dune near Kolmanskop,  Gerni^u South-West AfricH. The unfortunate trooper had been sent to  convey the mails from Luderltzbucht  ro some remote inland stations. He  never arrived.  forefeet,   with  ness.  accuracy  and   quick-  fill ii  If* * f IQWVX  '  Vi aa **ar.a*f *-*���������������������'  ***JieSioTT?o������h ijrSrriar ������t' ������^/<"ite=iS,    ^..���������the.���������P*SS5  SER������ TROUBLE  1UT      DODO'S       KIDNEV       PIUUS  BROUGHT THE CURE  Mr.    Hugh    Martin,   Suffering   From  Kidney    Disease    for   Two   Years, i  Tells How he Got Back Hi* Health.  St.  Hippolyte   de   Kilkenny,  Lake  I/Achigan,    Tarrebout.e    Co,,    Que.,  (Special).���������Again the people of this  Scotland  Yard   Chamber of  Horrors  Into   one   room   in   Scotland   Yard  which is only unlocked on certain af**)  tcrnoons, no stranger  may go    without     special     permission.    It   is   tin*  Chamber    of  Horrors,  otherwise  the  museum.   Here   one   mayi   see     ue  verenx's  trunk   and   Crippei.'s   spade,  the false arm of Charles feace, and  ladder. -  Hei*e aiso is the lantern thut was  so important a cine in th*- :*IuawiU  villi murder, an 1 tho rone that huim-  ed Fowler. There are kntveos ahd firearms ancient and modem, and each  with* us own'grim story. There ������n������  bogus bank-notes, cases full of wise  cOIub and coining plant, and the lat-  _a+.+,i<ncvu in uolpntlttc safe-boring uo-  >**#������*.'   v-J"*������*to***"    ���������*���������"*"     "~"  ���������  pliances.  Louise Massefs boa and Brlnkley's  stout bottle recall callous murders  that once thrilled the public,  ~-.*������>-������ 'v!ngg ch*""*������ are full of bombs  ������������������one" diabolically disguised as a cigar. This was handed to an engine-  driver. With it was a real cigar  much lighter.  Fortunately th**. man discerned the  difference In weight, and that providential piece of observation saved  his life and the train.  In Backache the  lfi-ii  _*-r _  "-.-^^   Mr       -���������Br   It Is tnoit -way of calr'nK your atte-iioa t" tbo fact  that thoy are not. In perfect condition. Many people  -who persistently ignored rejwated warnings fjiven  by tho kidneys a~e now chronic BuRer-are from kionsy  -ptid bladder eomplaintn which -will nlay with them  utitll they dis, **._d psrhftps _nst5*i the end.  r    _ ���������..��������� ���������.  i  They contain  Nature's own  reoiedicn.   Th������_   lift tbe kirlncya out of  their temporary   %  dopif ?aion  and* wtnrt them again in ..normal activity.   Sold everywhere at liny /onts   I  n, box or mailed dirsnit by  I Mill   III   I  III ���������������������������     I      .1...     ���������!.  l-.l   I.    ,X          41  ������-fa_tBait_i_rA  AAM-B-  I  B     aj  | | ^ ������\ fi  Harness Oil  Keeps vour Harness SGFTAS A GLOVE  TOUGH ASA WIRE, BUCK AS A COM  Sold by Dealers Everywhere.  The IMPERIAL OJL CO., Limited  6������i'.  -  ������������������. ,-.-,.      ^    t      = ow- iuiio   ������.   siiian    oasis     it-   -i*r*^   neighborhood  are utlkinc of a com-  the naU rose and snouted m stentor-^^^^^ p^kfeoo^n^ j ������^ ?F* .of _kidney    o:iseaSe. - Mr-  -.'*",r"_ c'_'.-_ '������������������>- __:������    : i body it appears that he lost his bear-��������� H-  i t*S>,    EJll ,-   l    M*.* .. j_^   .. ..  . ..... . ������  - "And what sir" demanded the angry and surprised speaker, "is the  place which you yourself would think  of visiting to which one could not  take vour sister?"  V "The  barber     shop!"     replied   the  ���������y'outh.���������St. -Paul Dispatch.  Away With Depression and Melancholy.���������These two evils are the a"c-  companiment of a disordered stomach  and torpid liver and mean wretchedness to all whom they visit. The  ; surest asu' speediest way to combat  them   is   with   Parmalee's  Vegetable  Every Eddy Match fe a Suite, Safe Light   r���������Hv^P  '.'; "There's a proverb that; fits every  Bian.'*  ' "Whaf'imft fita  tne?"  He  wandered    about    aimlessly  "My trouble was caused by a cold,"  Mr. Martin savs. in an interview,  "and 1  suffered for two years.    My  days, without finding his way.  His last note was to the effect that  he   was  suffering     fearful     torments , t      , ,,       , .  T ,    _       .       ,  from thirst, and that be intended tc^'.I head would ache and I had pams In  blow out his brains before his reason the nacic as well. I fe.t heavy and  gave way completely.    The bodv was "sleepy .after meals.   I was often tuaay.  ^   * "To whom God gives office, he aiso j  '���������'���������'gives brains."' '" '���������'     '���������;' '     l  found with a bullet hole in the tem  j pie, and the packet of letters kiy.be-  t ^>r*_ ir_ intact.  my memory was failing: and I found  md will  continue to give relief to the suffering who are wise enough to use  them.  I  if  BUI  1  m  BIT  I  Scared Into It.  Maud���������But  how  on  earth  did  you  WHEN you -tpike an Eddy M-atoh It always lights easily  en.   burns   smooth! yf with a steady even ftame.  THESE perfect matches corns from Mrst class rn_t������r!a!������  ansi  mechanicaiiy  perfect  inachlncs���������under the  supervision of skilled workmen.  *~������*>!-*>-*i-''e   m^������~v.--  -~- _!.������������..��������� *,iii M M   ^nnnl���������^Ar etkle bv  aii  good  dealers ev ������?r-rwh>5re.  THE E. B.EDDY COMPANY. LIMITED  HULL. CANADA,        . Maker-* also af Wooden  Palls, Tubs, etc.  ���������'T^.nt  T  V*  " ���������5 ���������������''���������_>  __������_f_   *_?_    _t'-S_L"-  : 4fB MMa^a^a ~s**  "Weli?"���������Cievelaiid  Leader.  t <->uzctuy ssopscoaii  ^ f Protect the child from the ravages  ������$������*}i worms by using Mother Graves*  /:|y"Worm Exterminator. It is a stand-  ,p ard remedy, and years of use have  '.iii;;enhanced its reputation.  M&.  Her Best Foot Foremost.  t__ ihrodt -tia losjis  ..������. cs.  was also nervous while heart nutter  i ings added,-to my anxiety.  |     "I was a sick man indeed when I  JMBjfg ] started to  use   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills.  "_*���������}��������� but by the time I had taken two box- j  :!__. he-!_ { es 1  was. a changed  man.    Are you  ...     .���������?���������?.���������*���������***���������-*��������� i surprised that I think Dodd's Kidney  ���������--*-  ���������-._.'��������� I Pills a wonderful remedy?"  An Awkward  Break. j     If  you have   two  or   more   of  Mr.  You've    made a  mistake  in  your������ Martin's symptoms your kidneys are  f. paper,*  said  the  indignant  man, en- j diseased.    Dodd's    Kidney    Pills-are  tering the editorial sanctum.    "I was 1 the sure cure. . -  V one of the competitors at the athletic ?  "Rthel���������Oh. easily enough. I told  uiiii you were crazy aoouT. mm and  reminded him that this was leap  year.���������Bosto i Transcript.  I match yesterday, and you have called j  -Mistress���������"We are going to have alme the well known lightweight eh__a- j  W?*1,'dance next week, and.you will have-     "  lv%''^tp"show-;what you eah*d6.  J-'t-.Vv-��������������������������� -  New Cook���������Sure, ma'am, I can only  E^Sdance' the polka  and    the    Scottish  It^yreel. but -111 do the best I can.  Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.  ;*?������.:.-: :: ������������������; -������������������'������������������'���������.���������  ;;?;,:v:.Mlnard's _  '���������y'i.?('������������������: ���������' '   ', Clever Can Tell.  >��������� Dolly-���������She married a very old man,  ���������jvrv-didn't she?   T understand "he" had one  l^"::*-;*T6ot in the ferav'e.  "fy Polly���������That's what she thought,-  , ,':too; but he still continues to buy his  ^ 7, boots by the pair.���������Puck.  pion."  "Well, aren t you?" said the editor.  "No, I'm nothing of the kind, and  it's confoundedlv awkward because,  you  see,   I'm  a  coal   merchant."  m  5jr.v  "W'r  ' When a man is completely wrap-  >') ri(n\ up in himself the psskage is apt  V  tb be small,   , ,  ''<y    A    motor   plow     for  throwiug     up  :.y trenches   on   a   battlefield   to   afford  , yV. protection   to   soldiers   is  one   of   tue  4'! latest )riventlbijis.  |#  .'Within' the -square mile which  con-  Btitutes   ^the     City   of   London,   tho  yield   frO**i   the   inco!u������*tsix   iv, u������!������������.'!j'  ��������� 550,()00',i)'5l}'.  Increased Cost of Bullets.  The cost ot" killing a SQiiJie" in b_t-  lle  is  going  to  be    appreciably    increased   by   the   rise   m   the   market  1-rice of lead.  The caitridge manufacturers who  fulfil the British War Oihci** contracts  are at present supplying large orders  placed some months ago at old prices, but the new contracts wil be ro  \ isod iu conu-.'ction with the pric������  of lead, which has largely increased  during the last six mouths.  "Not only the lead but the nickel  casing to put it in and the brass for  the cartridge case have also increa*--  td lu price. In fact nearly f-11 the  base metals have gone up." suid the  London manager of a well known  manufacturing house  Obliging.  a farmer boy and his best girl were  seated in a buggy one evening, in  town, watching the people pass.  Near by was a popcorn vendor's  stand.  Presently the lady remarked:���������  "My!  that popcorn  smells good!"  "That's right," said the gallant.  "I'll drive up a little closer so you  can smell it better."  Musical Value.  The Beater of the 'Bass Drum��������� "Unimportant instrument? Himmel! Von  a vioiin maigs a misdaig, who knows?  But, ven de pig drum maigs a liddla  misdaig, eferybody knows!"���������-Century  Magazine.  South American Wildcat. Skins.  An importing firm recently, received a shipment of tiger cat skins from  Paraguay and the Argentine Republic  and placed alongside a lot ot North  American wildcat skins the differ-  jence in color and marking was very  T was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  Bay of Islands  J.  M.  CAMPBELL,  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  Springhill,  N.S.  WM. DANIELS.  I was cured  of Chronic    Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Albert Co., N.B.  GEO. TING-LEY.  ���������������?_*-���������S!_J������������������*_s���������> _g__��������� **lg__**.   ^^ ������������������> 'gg ���������as  JBb"P  B sssanss  ���������   _*ar*  ta ra  look better,, flt  better,   wear  longei,   and  give, better satisfaction than other makes.  They are  the result  of 56 years accumulated   IsTio-wledKe     ana     experience   in  Lbulldlnc High  Grade  Shoes.  Stocked by leading dealers -Everywhere  In Canada.  THE   JOHN   McPHERSO*N   CO.,   LTD.,  Hamilton, Gni.  The Vienna electric plant is making  arrangements with the baker's syndicate to have electric ovens adopted  widely throughout the city and to  supply the current at special reduced rates. Use of electric ovens for  bread making is being promoted in  other European cities also.  If one be trouble- with, corns and  warts, he will find in Holloway's Corn  Cure an application that will entirely  relieve suffering.  ISEASES" OF MEN���������DR.  DEAN,  specialist, 5 College St., Toronto.  Granted.  "Ah," cried the count, gallantly, as  he bent low before the American  beauty, "I would I was ze glove upon  your hand."  "You  may act    in    that capacity,  count,"   she replied,    graciously.    "I !  never wear a glove more than once,  and   then I  give  it  to  my   maid."���������  Harper's Weekly.  I-it em ww  sa wag _-*���������_. Ha VI  bna-sp to**��������� n*w*-~ita, vt ie.  _*4f  -"*&*&&&**  I dyeo*) ALL. these  NDiiTEISErfriOIIDS  "   .    of Goods  with ihe SAME Dye*   ������, used ,. .,.    **-I8___HH_BH_B_HO__BH__E__0_Bp'  ���������___ mm r'      X5?* *"*"   ���������>������������������--  I  ONEDV-^AILMINDSoV-^s  I  At London auction rooms a Louis  XV. writing tahie. nix foet. iu kMigtli  with three: drawers has boon sold for  ���������������,5.C70.  ed tho price of sporting cartridges  from 5 to .7 1-2 per cent., so that  shooting par:riuge and pheasant wiii  cost you more."���������London Mirror.  . .���������       . --- noticeable.   Both   animals are   -about  "The rise in lead has also increas-"the same size, but the  South American cat is covered -with  round  black  ���������ii-  |y>.  Baby Dreadful Sufferer. Could Not  Keep Him from Scratching, Every  Joint Affected. UsedCuticuraSoap  and Ointment and He Is Wei!,  ���������������������������������������������-  " "Kncloscd Rfnl my fion'jt nhcto an'l I (eol  tJy writing thofio fnw linun to yuu 1 irm ritily  tloliir* my fluty, aa my Fim wan a, ilritoilfiil  vull<iri:r from cc/.t-uia. At  tlio _������h of tv.-t, v.i-clui iio  tioi'tin to R<;t ovi'ri1"! with  r"'l 4i>of< mi Iii-. 1i>i,'.������i (in'l  proliw,    wl'.irh    miiltii-r  tliouffht wih r'*������l rcniii or  ^      thru ih; hut day tiy dny  ~\ it Kr������.-w wor/,0 until ev������ry  ]olnt   and-'CTi'vice-'-^cro  affff>ti>������l Mi<l iinhv ������if������r_-il  Hrri'ttimiiK (or liuiifi. tin.;;  anil nlirlit, hu'Ii u ililmr  ai nlt������������'"> un.i ������nit of th-*  question.    I toiik dim in  trro nf Hj>f|n������>y'n l^niliiiw* doeinM: i������ih> M^i'l It  wan ono of tlin kothi canes hi* liivl m*<-ii. ili<  ���������i.l!,<.������������������ ijjil I...I   ii.li.I, il j u :������ .;.,..-    .-���������      "'���������!��������� "��������� '  fiintmi-nt for rulibliiK In, the ou-i-r _ iiu..tmi"  -powili.-r. t followi'it tlii-lr jir'-'i-niiiioiti for  ov������r four montlm iu\d mill I'li'iN ki-ji'. u1 itir.c  wnrtui. I could not ki^p him from mctim Iiin������  uu uTvf.t woh hid acouy.  *"Wli������n he wm Jlvii -nonlliH old f trlwl dm  "Tut Ion nt It������*m������*ill'*H urwl I am v������*ry tlMiil.fnl to  way niv t.at>.v In to-day fm> from all litt miifi r.  Inif. HLi (crolnn wrrn tilr<-<llwr wl.cin I iunrN'1  and nttnkr part', nffc< i������-i! *\<rc tin* l'iw<r |urt  of IiIh tioily tindi-r tliu kni*4M<. arniH, In iiu.i  jniutH, ftyi'lirowii ami -i������*-U: Ixii utl*������ tv.i.-.  imlrii* Cuticura Ointmt-nt I Ixjran t������ hm> a  ullffcrrnco and hy th<- tlm������������ 1 fmd ii������f*<1 *������r>������*  1111,   hiihik    Mi.ii    i',,..   '..-;'.;..-.   T. 1'.'.!   '*':M"!>-  JHoap, Imny ivat n������������arlv rnr<*>l.   1 null k������'|it mi  -UHlnir tlui Cuticura Honn nn<l Oiiiinu-iii, nnd  xi(fM, Uiank KiKMlniTiM. 1,0 U ni.U" wM .'iri-?.   . ,,,_,,.���������.,..  -.liliougli li������ ift now i������:n i,-uiiiiliK old. Iim not.   ] ������n*'"������ ���������  The   Dead   Sea  In   shape   the   deaa   sea   resembles  tin   elongated   oval,   some   forty-seven  miles long, and about ten miles wide  nt.   its  greatest  breadth.    One  of  the  most   remarkable  facts  about     It    is  that   its  surface   lies   1.300  fsot  deop  in  places,  it  means    that    ils greatest denth reaches a point no loss than  _,t*00   feet   below   the   waters   of   the  Modltoianoan.    It   Is   famed   for    the  fiultiiesn ami bitterness of its waters,  which ui'.������ extremely dense, containing  2:1 per cent of solid matter and being  hulk  for bulk,  heavier than  the    human   body.    How   dense  the  water  Is  may   be   realized   from   the   following  facts:    In   a   ton   of  water   from   the  Caspian  sea- there are eleven, pounds  of   Bait;    in     the     Baltic,     olghteen  pounds;   in the Black sea, twenty-six  pounds;   in   tho   Atlantic,     thirty-one  pounds:   in  the  English  Channel,  so-  vonty*!wo   pounds;   in   the   ited     sea,  ninety-three pounds;  and in tlio Dead  sea,   1K7    pounds.���������Wide   World    Ma*  r.av.iue.  wpots much like those of the leopard  but smaller iu si/,t*.  These spots contrast strongly with  the surrounding fur, which Is of a  greyish white color, very different  from the reddish color of the North  American wildcat. The fur of the  South American wildcat is not so  thick as that of his North Amrrican  cousin, but the sluns are said lo  dress woll and muue good robes and  rugs.���������Fur News.  Gossip.  Pollv���������Miss Yellowleaf says she always tries to get her beauty sleep.  Dolly���������Well, all t can say is she  must suffer frightfully from insomnia.���������Woman's Home  Companion.  An English typist who stated her  earnings and expendiLurua in answer to the London Board of Trade's  -circular, spent $2 for eight volumes  of Grote's "H,story of Greece." Her  weekly wage was $6.25. During a  year shi apent $5.50 ofl eleven birthday presents. A girl who earned  $4.25 a week bought pamphlets describing the English poor laws and  poor law commission.  "I beg pardon," said the reporter,  "but are you Mr. Spudde, the potato  King?"  "Yes, but I don't, like that term,"  replied the murphy magnate testily.  "Oil kings and cattle kings and the  like are so common. Call me a pota*  tentate."���������-Harper's Magazine.  "Is my hat on straight?1'  "NO,  one eye shows."���������-Life.  CLEAN and 3IMPLS to Ustt.  NO chnnca of ustoKthr "WRONG Dya forth., GoodlS  ono ho* i������> color. AS! s.-c!o-* frooiyour DniBsiat orl  Dealer. FREE Color Card end STORY BookUt 1 ���������,!  Tho Johnkon-Richnrdson Co���������   Jmitcd, friootronl, J  ���������a_w���������.inn,    ���������   'i'r  ' n,.M,*_u���������c_-*1  ��������� BEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mas. WiN3_6w'fl Soonitso Svaup hao been  used for over SIXTY YEARS by MlM.IONS or  MOTHERS for their CHIUUKEN WHII.K  TEETHING, with FESFECT SUCCESS. It  BOOTHESthc CHI-CO, SOFTENS the-OUMH'  AU.AYS nil PAIN"; CUKES WIND COLIC, ace  is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA, it is Hi  sohttely harmless. _e sure and ask for 'Mr/,.  WinHlow'u Soothing-Syrup," And take _o ether  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Possession.  "I sc������ you have a new motor car."  "No," replied Mr. Dustln Stax; j ������o; euro,  "mother and tho girls have tho car,  subject to the authority of our chauffeur. Tho only Interest in the transaction that I can positively call my  own Ib a ntub away back in my check  book.'���������Washington  Star.  TO  CURE  A  COLD   IN  ONE   DAY  Talco LAXATiVM  BROMO Quinine Tab-  lets. ��������� Druu'Biiitu  reiuiul money lr it tu.ia  e.   2. W. GKOVliJ'i-i munaiur- Im m  tucii   box.     -60.  Slxty-nlx   shillings   can   bo  from   lib.  of  sliver.  coined  Newfoundland shows an Increase  of $100,000 In Its Customs rovenuo  for tlio last six months.  Masterpiece Gone to Waste.  Tho very Heedy-lookiug young man  mado his way with difficulty down  tin* corridor on tho ninth door of one  ol' Ihe ht-hl holulrt und knocked loudly at hlH frlond'tH door. Anguish wiih  written <������n his face und wrinkles on  his* clothes, lie was a walking sign  of what, it means to spend a hard  niK.ni.  "VVhat'i1 the matter?" called out tho  nlecpy friend.  ���������'Mutter? Ii'h tragedy, a death, tho  nnd    of    nil    ihliigH���������ruination    and  Kflef!"  "Woll, whnt Ih It?" lazily nnnnlrod  the drowny man, without openln;* the  door.  Whereupon the Hnedy-looklng young  man. leaning agulimt the door and  lifting bin voice to it howi, M-iiinvi ���������  "I called up my wife on tho long-  idephota* hlbl. ItU'.lll and told  FiiMY"a������iy "fiuUirT^Hiirn of ���������������������<��������� trimhlc" j her why I had not. returned. And  rni������i������i$ Mw. p. M.itln 2 Kn-Jfh' .������������������������ ��������� now 1 ran't remember what ll. wim!"  i:riikltu������vlll(*, Hvrtney. N.H.W.. Mar. at, mmi.  thrnilfflinnr ������ho worlil   lull a lUM-ial ������������������imi><i- i,t    i       r.||,������,,.      i������������������'������   11   nirirmvul m,r   to   l,...,..,  ..  >-i -. "v.  ���������  i* ������������������*,. i.rtnt-   on   ������hn i-aii' ������ml   I       t������ll)llll     mil i.   II   HHKruviii iiik  iu   nuvil  trdatinimi of tlm nliin and hair win in- i.'tii   ��������� your   wu<-   mi������-  v������hv������,   jv.,,'..   r,....,,v   i\.,  the |houtre?  Ulbbr*���������Minn    never   Ih.    I   always*  ������0rp.,00ColUttlbU������ Ave., Uottuu, U.W.A.  ��������� ���������' *  W. N. 0. No. 893.  ^������t^jjUAinUm  "��������� wvit th<" clod: an hour ahead.   -Ilonlon  j Tranecrlpt.  Constipa+ion ii* tho  root of many forma ol  ftickne&ft and of an  endless amount of  human misery.  Dr. Morse's  R.oot Pills*  thoroughly tested by  over fifty years of use,  have been proved a  safe and certain cure  for constipation and  -11  kindred troubles,  --<* *  *  25c* a boat.  Secret of Unbreakable Glass  Uubreakiiblo glass, for which there  might bo a deinand .niHt. now, wiut  Invented nearly 2,000 years ago, according to PeuoiiiiiB and Dion Caseins, tuough Pliny casts a doubt on  the story. An artlflt appeared before  Tiberius with a cup of glass which  ho dashed violently on tho goruud-  It was neither, broken nor , cracked.  Luit merely dented, like a piece ul'  uiotnl. Then the man produced a  mallet and hammered tho cup back  Into lta proper shapn. TiberiuH.  however, aalted whether anybody ols>������  know the HPorot, and when the aril.*)1  proudly anuwered "No," hud him In-  ntantly behoaded. The ICmperi,!*  I en red that huch kIiikb would terribly  dopicclato tlio value of the precious  metal.���������Loudon   Chronicle.  Helen's Mamma: "Edgar, can you  show me that you are a wise and.  saving young man?"  Kdgar: "Yes'm. Calling on Helen  shows that I'm wise and having a  nickel left to ride home on shows  thai; I'm saving." ���������  A7^SafeihvesS:m^nt  The Queen of "Bulgaria has a medical dogree, and the young Queen of  Belgium is saUl to bo the only occultnt  of royn,l blood' In the world.  Not  Afflnltlec  MIstreBB���������"And why did you leave  your last place?" .    ���������     ���������  Maid���������"Mo and the -missis was not  congenial,"���������Harper'H Bazann  Lady Buyer���������What aro tho color  designs for auto dresses this year?  Saloalady���������Lubricating oil brown  and gasoline gray. ,  mnwi���������..i ���������.���������������������������w������������������mn���������M.t     -  No  Bet Overlooked  l\o���������If   an   old   millionaire von   tho  verge of tho grave wanted to marry  you, would you throw mo over?  She���������Not, u_ooaaurll.v. Still, you  might have to wait it year or two,���������  Mly Slopor'a Half-Holiday.  ������MW*.W-W>>II l���������IIIWW-m���������������������������*���������������������������������������������H-������IIM  Sir, uro you opposed to votos for  women?  Cortrtlnly not; and ,lf women had  tho ballot, thou nuffragottoB would  want it too.  7 par cent,  euaranlec-d und n shaio  In  fiuthor pioiltB.  Tho abovo  security Ib the  befit  In*  dUHtrial  ever ottered In  Canada.  Wrlto  at  orioi-  for' particulars'.  National   Securities  Corporation,   Ltd.  Confederation Llfo Bldg. Toronto.  I  When Your Eyes Heed Gere  Try Murine Kyc Iloineuy. No Smiirtlnir���������Fiiel#  rine���������Acta QitlcUly.-Try It for Hed, Wealt,  Watery Eyen aiul tJranulatcd EycllilH. lllua-  tratea Iloolc In eaeli "Paokinri-. Mnt'lno ut  oomr.nundnd by onr OuuIIhib���������not n "I'aiont Mort-  lulno"���������imt ildoa In tnicwiHuftil l'liyHluluna' ProM*  tli'.u r������r many */������nvm. Now d,;dtcatoil to tho Putv  lo nnd n������l<t by )>i-iiuuIhI,s nt, 'JAo nnd r>0o norlloula.  tnrlno Uyo Salvoln A������u|iilu 'i'ubouc Sfio and M������.  Nturlno Eyo Romody Oo,t Ohloago  CANCER  Old Bore*. JUumpi  In Elreiitit, Orowtha  removed and heal,  ���������ed by aalmple  Home Treelmenl  No poln.    Deicrlha tlie trouble, vva will ������������������n4  book and tattlmonlala fruo.  IOC CANADA CAUCnn ItlCTJTTJTr. Umltisd'  10 CburcUlUAve., Toronto.  Jumbo'o  Baaoage.  "VVhttt'o that long, nnako thing hu  swlngw around In front of him?" oho  wanted to know.  "Thivt'a'.hlB trunk," explained hor  father.  "Then  I  H'poiie that llitlo ono bo- j  hind him ii hlu uultcaiio."  Little Mui'^iiiel wiih ^iil.nlilng Ih.*  elephant nt the zoo.���������Woman's Home  Companion.  Ths BIq Show.  Potd: ThlnltH he'-i the whole thing,  dooa ho?  Barker: Woll, I'd hardly go aa far  an  that;   but  ho  cortuiuly comttUerit  When Trouble vlniu a Iioiibo where  the man b'--* v,n> -11''1 tho woman hao  vivacity, h������ pIoUm up bin moccanliiM  und hike-I  Thut-   wnt-   rr>otr   f^r   r  was made for ovorybody.  4-M-.4*'..  "Tho anaosthotlo don't snom to havo  any oltoct on old Pattorhy, sir, He  won't drop oft."  "Hum. Ah, I have It. Send for bin  pastor and his barber. Botwoon thorn  they ought to put him to sloop,"���������  Clovoland Plain Dealer  la one. month the yield of "jold In  Southern Rhodesia oxcoedod fifty  thouKand    ouncea,  valued   at   $1,000,-  000.  Over 170,000,000 lbs, of toa aro exported annually trom India to tho  United Kingdom.  Amonir foodM, rnlHlnn, dat������H and.  flgH aro about equal an enorgy producers.  There    are    eleven  in   iNon.li   muuu'.ii,  wmto    rivere-  The boaator Is ovor too blind to lee-  tho eovtM'l. nmlle!  Mliiiei-iWiliiillWOMillilll'ii'iHT.II THE    CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON,  \,;-.  'Vi,  ���������*  _bih������    ������~*",**"S S^S  S^L'S"*  unriKfi-d uiAjn:.ur .wiN-LCto  thi? rest IN THE WW ^  British Government Fully Recognizes Importance of Rapid  Impeiial Communication, and'Britain Now Leads  in Wireless, Connecting the Dominions.  London.���������In the House of commons,  H. Page, Croft. Unionist member for  Christ church, drew attention io tha  total lack of organization in Imperial  affairs and the failure to carry, out  the, proposal- of the premiers of the  overseas dominions made at the imperial conference last spring. The  Government ought to re-consider the  whole imperial, position, ho said.  Major Archer Shee, Unionist, urg-'  ed the appointment of the proposed  imperial trade commissioners and  construction of a state-owned Atlantic cable.  L, S. Amery, Unionist, condemned  the Government's attitude regarding  unity ot the Empire. In the count! y s  present industrial distress, Britain's  willing workers ought co be linked to  the Empire's boundless  resources.  Postmaster-General Samuels said  the Government fully recognized the  importance of cheap and rapid imperial communication, and had arranged with the Marconi Company  for a chain of wireless stations connecting Britain, India, Australia and  Ne*v Zealand, at a cose of. half a milium.  This was of the greatest importance from Ihe sir���������Le_i(-di aspect and  placed this country far ahead of any  other country in respect of wireless  ��������� Yriuu.'.uuiCt'.t.il'.iia.        Zi.    Eitti.ci'wuvu    *._."  ble across the Atlantic could only result in loss because there would be  no constant and certain volume of  Cau-iii-n b__i_������3_e. Thz CC_t ���������__!d  be half a million sterling, the annual  maintenance, ������50,000 and revenue  probably not more than   ������25,000.  At the imperial conference the Australian and New Zealand resolution  for a state-owned cable was withdrawn in view of the probable reduc-  ���������M/vn    _������������������������>?    -nV*o T*0'_-a    Kir    r������c^Kl^   ���������CQT32 ������������������"* jft *_ 1*33  and tbe Canadian postmaster-general had also said  that such a cable  wfi.a    uj_.u,���������v/____X ,- .  court. Colonial secretaiy, announced  the completion ol the imperial traae  commi-oion. Representatives of tne  United Kingdom will be Lord Inch-  cape, dun-nan; Sir II. Rider Haggard, Sir. JtLdgar Vincent, Sir Charles  wwens Uat,e oi.lhe London and North-western laliway), T. Gainett <a  cotton manuiactuior of Manchester),  and  Wuham  Lorrimer,  oi Glasgow.  Membeis of PaiUament had been  deliberately excluded to avoid any  quebiiun   oi"   patty   politics.  Completing   th**   commission    were  ... _.1>JJ���������Wt  Lowering of  Level    of    Great Cakes  Protested Against by Buffalo  Board.  ���������-Buffalo,    N.Y.���������A    protest    against  further diversion of water from the  ���������  __M**t!N  SENDING   BIG   DELEGATION  Western' Canada Cities Will  Be Well  Represented   at   Louisville  Meeting  Winnipeg.���������Winnipeg will  make  a  hard pull to bring the national con-  SAY U. S. AGENTS WERE  HARSH. . >T������  Glasgow Lawyer Complains of Treatment  by American   Officials.  Saskatoon, Saok.���������Complaints were  brought to the attention oi the board  of    tiade    of    the    treatment    met-  fl_  e*; rf--* 5 _ ���������=_ __ _&  .Mil..  S     **   rf-L#]  LESSO?a     II.���������SECOND     QUAKTE^^i  FOR APRIL  14, 1312*;     *      *>������_���������������'  "BKSiffil  *_?&���������   Great Lakes tor the    Chicago dram-, vention of the Real Estate Men's As- ��������� ed out hy American immigration oifi  age cana1 has been forwarded to the  secretary of war by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce. It is asserted that  the lowering of the lake level, due to  diversion already permitted, has  worked a serious hardship upon shipping interests, and that if the amount  is increased it will result in irreparable damage to the commerce of Buffalo and other communities won tho  Great Lakes.  The level ot Lake Erie, it is claim-  sociation oi America in 1913 to Winnipeg Co-operating with real estate  exchanges throughout Western Canada, tbe Winnipeg exchange is arranging to send a big deputation to  the animal convention at Louisville  in June. A tralii will be charteied  and i is e\pecteo that over 100 will  make the trip to pull for Winnipeg  ���������xnd the Canadian West lor the bi���������  gathering next year.  At the annual mect'iv; of the w*.���������-  Canada; Donald Campbell, Auatialia,   Postmapter General    Samuels, in re-  dh-   David   Giaaf,   South   Africa;   Sir   PJ* to 1 la*ry Lawaon, when ^he latter  ed was one foot, live Inches lower i nipeg real estate exchange, the  in 1911 than in 1908, and the result- } preliminary steps towaid the Louis-  ant lowered loading capacity of the I "vine relegation were taken. Alder-  lake freighters already hats been re-1 man Clai e ana G. Kristganson, mem-  fleeted in Inci eased rates.    ' j hers of the real  estate exchange at     I Saskatoon, were present and heartily  _ I endorsed the proposal.    The* exchang-  Trans-Atlantic -aoie. | es   m   otll0r   1vestern   cities   will   be  London ���������In the house of commons, | communicated with at onGe.  Joseph Ward, New Zealand and Hon  C. C, Bowrmg, Newfoundlaifd. W. A.  Robinson, of the Colonial office, will  be  secretary of the commission.  Mr. Harcourt in defending the Government against charges, of dilatori-  ness in respect to the resolution adopted by the imperial conference enumerated a dozen matters which had  been given effect to, including modification ot the Japanese treaty, the  copyright act, strengthening, the  court of appeal and naturalization.  The Government had succeeded m  releasing the overseas dominions  from tbe most favored nation treaties  with Mexico and Sweden. He hoped  the labois of the imperial trade commission would be concluded before  the next imperial conference was  held.     ,  Leaders of the  Opposition expres-  eoH   IjiDrnooH-oe   s*q   ~-*������aat1-r   x^ian.T^njrjiTil-.  ed over the home personnel ot the  trade commission and regard it as  entirely parti _I. _.arl Grev and Lord  Burleigh should have been asked,  they say, and not men known to be  extreme partisans on the fiscal question.  Sir Gilbert Parker v*ll c"������1*- *��������� t****  House of Commons whether Lord In-  chcape will be allowed to hold his  position, as director of the Sues Can-  asked if the government proposed to  meet the wishes of the Canadian  house tor the establishment of an Atlantic  cable  said:     "We do   not   fa-  Sr*?cklcton's  Conclusion.  London ���������Sir     Ernest    Shackleton,  continuing his analysis of the reports  from  subsidiary     expeditions  in con-  vor  a   state-owned  trans-Atlantic  ca-   nection with the Scott south pole ex-  ble nor a subsidy for that purpose but '  if any company offered to construct  a cable which would carry messages  at ieduced iai.es then the proposal  would be welcomed by his majesty's  governmont  pedition and the scientific results  achieved, regards as the outstanding  feature the fact that throughout the  whole expedition every party and every unit of <-ach. detachment suffered  irom bad weather conditions.  eials to immigrants coming to ihe  Canadian West.  One case instanced is of a Glasgow  lawyer who had to undergo a medical  inspection and pay a head tax of  four dollars at Port Huron despite the  fact that he had a. through ticket  The board is notifying Emopean  agents to advise immigrants to travel West by all Canadian railways.  MADE  NO  STATEMENT  Colonial Secretary Unir-formed en Dc-  iiihiiuiio     .ii.^ii.iuiia     j ictjcfi Ull.lg  Navy.  Text of the Lesson; Mark ll, 2Z%&\\\&*  6���������Memory  Verses,  27,  22���������Gplder^i  Text,     Mark    ii,    _7~Comm|n.t*>ry;^^^  Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stea|ns  The  record *of today's lessor?  twj>/^|  Sabbath  day incidents,  the di^ciples-f'^  plucking  corn  and  a  withered*-?hand'/&  I'ttsfored  ip   the  synagogue    ���������.<*- irmntV^y  in Matt, xii and Luke vi, as wj&il a.0'^Vid  in Mark, so that it must concern'Hbo^'v?  not enly as the Jewish King rejects^ &������  nut also as the perfect "servant:, a^^^  as the  Son  ot Man,'   to    wkcm  *all";/lj  things   wiii  yet be  subdued.  'To utt-viwl  derstand Him  and    Ills    -words <m& .*3jJ  works w- must consider His, a?s Na-"4--i|  ihaiiel   spoke .of  Ilim,   "the   SOu  ot 3*J  London���������Questioned as to whether   God, the King of Israel" (John iM9)  with a view to the immediate efatab  litshment of one naual btr.*T for the  whole empire, the other dominions  will be in*t ited to send representatives to the forthcoming conference between the Canadian ministers and the  British admiralty, Right Hon Lewis  Harcourt, the colonial secretary, inferred his personal Avilliugness to  such a proposal, but added that la the  absence of an official Canadian request he could not maice any definite  statement with regard to the matter.  W   _���������-'  &   _r~*. ~r-t tr**-* *-���������     _���������_*���������_     ���������������-���������  *   iria-n. dr    t,ffr#%,ii vi-f-mTi-rt     __ _*/\t r_r~i & _t^_t>t  J_C/_Li'Jt_K._������  l������  fAi-vrVI  wuinnw ^ mOvEMENT.  Later in tho day Hon. Louis Har-   al, while servivng on this direction.  NO  SHIP AKK-STS   SV   WiKELESS  nMitvaiiiiiiu    ii**   m-r\i_.  German Vessel Owners Refuae to Instruct Captains to Hold Passengers  Berlin.���������The congress of German  ship owners last week ratified the decision of the North German Lloyd  Steamship company tp refuse to instruct its commanders to arrest passengers on wireless orders from the  foreign office or judicial authorities.  The decision is the outcome of the  refusal of the captain of the steamship Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse to  arrest an American passenger on a  wireless order from a Berlin judge.  The company supported the captain  and issued instructions to its commanders that they, had no legal powers to arrest, and would be^ liable for  "the consequence of illegal action.  Their duty was only to see to it that  the passenger did not leave the ship  before the arrival of the police.  Representatives of tho foreign of-  fibe and the ministry of justice, who  were present at the congress, promised that where a captain made a mis-.  take he would not be called to account.  Unlaue Spectacle Is Seen in the High  River District  High River. .Alta.���������Threshing is  again under way in the High River  District, although progress so far is  not very satisfactory owing to the  ������elds being too soft.. to move the  heavy threshing outfits. The general  opinion is that gram has wintered  better than expected. The unusual  spectacle of harvesting a crop in April is seen in this district, where several farmers are now engaged in cutting oats. The gram is coming out  in fairly good shape. The small acreage ready for spring crops Is resulting in many power plowing outfits  being bought, several being recently  unloaded here  GE i    EXPER i   FORtSltK   IN   U.   S.  Clyde Leavitt Will Inspect the Woods  In Canada  For Si^ton.  Ottawa���������Clyde Leavitt, forest inspector and assistant in charge of  acquisition of lands under the Weeks  law at Washington, has been securea  by the Government, as chief forester  to the conservation commission, and  chief fire inspector to the rail-way  commission of Canada.  Mr. Leavitt will take up his duties  here about April IS.   He has been m  {_!*_!     '1*3���������fiv���������1*r*C���������v,    *^*     -rri_a    TTTi-tr_irt     C? ���������* ������*������������������ -- o g    ���������?-*.������-_  estry bureau tor the past eight  years and holds a forestry degiee  from the University of Michi__n.  as -ihe King or tbe Jews" -whom the,*-/;'  wise-- men  sought  -(Matt,  ii,  2),  and K  as  the   "Wonderful,     Counselor,  the *F  Mighty  God,  the  Everlasting  Father"^  the   Prince   of   Peace, 'who. will  yet T>1  sit upon  the throne    of, David and '*������������������*$������������������������  whose kingdom shall know no end" ' '*������  (Isa. ix, 6,  7;   Luke i, 32, 33).    The, TfV  late  Dr.  Weston  in  his  "Getiesie 'of   '-?  the   New   Testament'    says  that  the*!',-?"-'  Jewish Sabbath was, the one peculiscr^V  and  distinctive ordinance of the ������_"-,*���������}*>���������'  uca     Other    nations    practiced cirvrs^  cumcision   and  had   temples, ~offer6dW-1  sacrifice'-*    and    performed    religious?"^!  rites,, but tbe Sabbath was the Jew-3^;  ish national flag     In it they claimed'-';^  a  peculiar relation  to  Goo*   as their ^-"v  Creator, Redeemer and Rest, 'a_d,Ur,"w'  hy thl������. rnnn s treatment of their Sab--* '^'t'  i bath they are to be deprived of their^ * -  distinction from other nations, what.������ &  is the use of being    God's    people % wST-i  Considering this, it is not so surprfe-^ ���������������*  mg that the  immediate  occasion of ^'Y  the determination by the Jewish rul*^''  ers to put Christ to death, as -statea^ ^  in all the gospels,' was His r61ati6n. *^  MORE   AMERICANS   ARE   COMING.  But Coal  Strike  Reduces  Number of  British    Immin ran+c  Ottawa, Ont.���������Officials of the immigrant branch say that the total  American emigration to Western Canada will exceed last -wear's figures  by about forty thousand. By tbe  time the season closes it is exDected  that fully 175,000 will have entered  the Dominion. On the other hand,  owing to the coal strike and other  causes there is a falling off in the  arrivals from the British Islep.  greater than Solomon or tbe-temple *^  or the Sabbath (Matt, xii, 6,,8, &Z), &���������  but they would not so receive Hisi. /Alv  They huuuied Him -wita theft* lipjr;l^l  but their heart was -far ,from Ifim*'C-i  (Isa. xxix. 13; Ezek, xxxiii, 8]; VUk������������" -**  xv. 7, 8). They had a.form of wor-hi^s  ship without any power. Jehova-feTj^HB  whom they professed to worshiD, watfrnlFf  in their midst, and they kriew Hiss &"-"l  not . - - '  v."!  Matthew says that as-the disciolea :i������  passed through  the    ecrnfields ths-r'r^  were hungry,  and Luke    says    that '^1  they rubbed the ears of "corn in their "4>  hands and  did  eat.    Our Lord HIm-je&  self w as an hungered on other oeca-*-41**  sions, as recorded in Matt, iv, 2; ___;?:*  38.    Concerning  Israel  it  is  writtetfV^  that He suffered    them    to    hun������='*>'- s *  (Deut.  viii.  3),  but it was to prov*";"*"  them  and  teach  them.    The  wicked* -v  MRS.   BYRTlHA   L.  STAVERT  Winnipeg,  Manitoba.  MRS.   ELEANOR   L.  BURNS  Lethbridge,  Alberta.  MISSISSIPPI  ON   RAMPAG-,  ANOTHER   ELEVATOrt  C.P.R. to  Build Cleaning  Elevator of  1,000,000 Capacity���������-Fight Against  Free  Storage.  Port William, Ont ��������� Thd fight  against free storage waxes warm  here. As the final hearing on the  subject in connection with American  lake ports is held at Washington; D.  C. on April 11, Fort William and  Port Arthur boards of trade have sent  ��������� strong protests to tho .inter-state commerce commission afialnat American  railways contending that they are  compelled to allow free storage because it obtains here. As it Ib Duluth, Suporior, Port Arthur and Fort  William aro anxious to kill this prac-  t.ifio. Fort William will fight tho  thing tp a finish- whether tho inter-  ' etnto commerce commission abolishes It or not south of the line. Tho  C.P.R. notified the mayor that tho  company will build In accordance  .'���������with"this city a cleaning elevator this  year In time to deal with the fall  crop, capaolty 1;000,000,  Floods In Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky Worst on Record.  St. Louis, Mo.���������The floods in this  section ot the country, including Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky, arc the  worst on record Property loss has  already run  into millions of dollars.  Cairo and the drainage district  above that city are the only two dry  spots in that section of the-country,  the entire territory north and south  of Cairo being covered with several  feet of water. ...  Large f ore es of men patrol the  levees .constantly, and every thing is  being done to keep the embankments  in condition to resist all the water  in sight and more. Trains are still  operating out of Cairo, but in many  cases are beiug routed over foreign  systems.  President   and   Secretary,   respectively,   of  the  Second   International   Congress of Farm  Women, to  be held at Lethbridge, Alberta,  October 21-25.  BOOMS   PORT  NELSON  WILL RUSH WORK  Canadian Northern To Press Construction on New Alberts Linos  Wdmonton, Alta.���������Premier Hlfton  luiB boon proBHlng tho Canadian Northern to rush work on tho linen guar-  antood by the provlvnco three yeara  ago, a large part ot which is graded:  Tho Premier hart Jiwt rocolvod a letter from General Manager iVlacleod  statin, that the rail- have been HhJp*  p������d for .tho Brn-zpiui line, tho Vegre-  ville-Oalgary lino and Athabasca  Landing branch, and that tho only  UUn_ delaying the track laying is the  complotlou of the bridges. Tho company expects t,o havo two track laying gangs In Alberta In a few days.  Government Farm at Lacombe  'Lacombe, Alta.���������What promises to  become ii leading fact or In the development of tho Lacombe district Is  tho Government Demonstration Farm,  the chief purpose of which la to  study diversified farming along practical and scientific linoB. Tho farm  is situated about ono-half mile south  of the Hyde Pirk addition, and Immediately adjoins tho town limits,  and-la already setting a high standard of farming for thlH Hoc.tlon of the  Province. Tho .Dominion Government has just closed a deal with property owners Bouth of the farm,  whereby tho farm acreage is incroaB-  -od toT.00 acres; and $00,000 will ho  went In Improvements thin year., Tho  development of the T.ncotnbo dhli'let  as a distributing centre for farm products has! bertii very rapid during tho  past fow months,        . .  Horace Halcrow Thinks It is Best  Port on the Bay.  Le Pas, N.W.T.���������Horace Halcrow,  who returned from Port Nelson a few  days ago, and who has been several  times down the Bay both to Fort  Churchill and Port Nelson, declared  m an interview that in his opinion  the latter was undoubtedly tho better port on account of the deep central channel, tho wide entrance^ and  the fact that the land where the city  would be located is high and dry and  well protected by trees. There can  be no doubt, added Mr. Halcrow,  about the north side of the river being the best location for a city, as  the south side Is. of ten submerged for  ten miles inland;-     7 .'".'" ,:,  On the trip rrom which he has just  returned Mr. Halcrow met two men  located on land near Port Nelson intending to claim squatters' rights  when the time comes that the land  will be surveyed. They had been  there a year, and were anxious to  know what progress was being made  with the construction of the lino from  here.  Speaking about the much discussed  line -.from Prince Albert to the Bay,  Mi. Halcrow expressed the opinion  that the city would soon find It a better plan to build or encourage the  building of a road to connect at Le  Pas with the government line than  to advocate the construction of a railway to connect farther north, through  land which la .quite Impracticable.  Tho piers of tho bridge a,t Le Pas,  aro now .comploteu, but tlio stoei tor  tho superstructure luifl not yet arrived. Thero'��������� is considerable, real  estate, changing hands, nnd several  Bales at gob-1 prices.  U. S. AND  RECIPROCITY  Only Two Drinks For Strikers. .___   ������������������_   ���������_   ���������,_Ui.     ������ms   wl_Rea-v  Yale,   B.C.���������Two    drinks    to   each   are ever watching the righteous and'^J  man and no liquor in bottles*  that l*-*   *"-*���������"���������-- +- -1--- A1 *���������*--       ���������Ji.*'I*t  the unwritten law in Yale during the  strike in the Canadian Northern construction camps, and its relentless  enforcement accounts for the excellent order which has so far prevailed  N������w  Freight Tariff.  Winnipeg.���������Tho  now  freight  tariff  on    BhinmontB    woBt    of   Wlnnlpog  drawn up by tho railway oompunlcB,  wont Into offoct April 1st.   A ntimbor  ill    i i.iluui.iujiiJ    h.ivi;    Li.-uii    iiuuio,    l.lit-  moBt notlcoablo being In. chiuno 1,  where, euch thluga ua bags o" asphalt  uro reduced Mix cents at Portage and  22 conta at Edmonton, with corresponding    decroanea  for Intermediate  Kccpinu Duey at Hoglna,  Ilogina, Sank.���������-A whirlwind o'am-  paign la now in progress In thi������ city  for tho raising of a $15,000 publicity  fund, and tho effort" of tho committee  ul Uiu buuiu oi imue are mooting  with marked 'smccor-r*. Tho hoavtont  uohtributioiiH ar������ ooiiiln.H in from real  oatato mon, wholoHalorn and manu-  faotnrerp, The immigration Boanon  haw now fairly opened, and tho quon-  tlon of adequate accomodation for  now-comerB, both tranalent and permanent,-In again coming to tho front.  Hotol men roport full hoimef- night  after nlglit; and in many cawcB thore  nro no uc.comiunmitioiiH to bo had at  any price.  Senate's Bill to Repeal Whole of Act  Provokes Criticism-  Washington, D.C.���������The Senate finance commitcee, in reporting favorably on Senator McCumber's bill to  repeal all of the Canadian reciprocity  ace save the section relating to free  pulp and paper, has provoked criticism that is taken to indicate a still  existing hope on this side the line  that the act may yet be ratified by  Canada.  It is boldly asserted that the senator violates the construction in pro-  nosing legislation to change a law  touching the public revenues, and  that such measures must originate in  the House. Moreover, the finance  committee Is accused of disrespect in  not having obtained the president's  consent  to the  proposed  legislation.  Senator McCumber says that as  his bill does not touch the section of  reciprocity which is actlvo law, it  cannot conflict-with the constitution,  that Canada had Its chance and rejected it. and now the offer should be  withdrawn. He says. that the president did not ask the consent of tho  Senate Io propose reciprocity, hence  thero Is no obligation on the part of  the Senate to consult the president  as to repeal.  Senator McCumber declares that  the Republicans, generally, favor tho  repeal of tho reciprocity act. Thin  bill, which the finance committee re-  r������ort������  favorably, repeals section two.  m the district. There has not been  an arrest since the strike broke out  on Saturday and though 500 men of  all nationalities are idle and about  the place, not a man the worse for  liquor can be seen.  The strike seems to have actea like  a wave of reform. Provincial Constable Chalmers reported that order  prevails now better than before the  strike. He has not had a single uwi  In his lockup since the men were  called from the camps, an almost  unprecedented record.  T������ Aid  Poor Children.  Prince Albert.-���������A movemont is on  foot now to petition tho Dominion  govornmont tp provldo a pension for  the children'*6f the Into Sorgt. Webber, of tho lt.N.W.M.P., who died In  this city rocoritly. Tho children  have boon left practically without  uieaiin ol! mtppoil.  Stays In Antarctic  Toronto.���������-Dr. C. S. Wright, who  7.*r.".*it Willi '*i-;������������������ "Putt. :.*:**���������: :V.t'.:',���������**. fo tV-.;.  South Polo will Btay two yearn In  tho Antarctic, A uiennago juot rocolvod by his fathor, Alfrotl Wright,  Point CroHcent Road, dated Chrlnt  Church, Now Zealand, rendu: "Woll,  Btaylug Heoniju year."  Ontario Succession Dutlbs.  Toronto.���������Tho  provincial   revenuon  B nnd  fl havo a    flv������.conl  reduction  The ratcn from    Fort    William and  Port Arthur to Winnipeg are arranged on the aamo batiln an thouo -wont  of lliia -city.  .,.������* t...  wriH ronnldernblv lenH tlinn tbe H<im<*.  month l.������\_t year, being only $30,Gl't,  agahiBt *i:i5,u77 Jn March, 1911. No  largo ontatoB were nettled during tho  i mouth.  Cut  Ice to Gnt Grain Out.  Duluth, Minn.������-To facilitate the  tiiidv inovenieiit of uniln, the lee-  bi'oakoi* JuuioH Whaleu, of Port Arthur, In cutting a channel i'.irough tho  loo hehlH from the port to open  water, 11 f toon  ml Ion out.  ' TfAorlnn, Snalr���������TI>a r>������w bulhtlnn*  ror tho mounted poliuo will bo erected at a coat of $00,000. It will ro-  place tho struotui-e burned two weeks  auo.  Immigrants Headed Northward.  EntwlRtle, Alia.-���������Now that the C.  N. R. has at hist reached Hntwlatle  wjith itB line of steel, tho future of  tho town would appear to be doubly  aBBurcd. Tlio advanoo guard of this  year's Immigration Ib already In evl-  donco here, und it lMMl.ul.od unoUlclal-  ly at the immigration oillce that  many Amorlcan fnrmors aro now on  t.heJr way to...this diatrlct with thoir  famlllen . and farming oqulpmonts,  Tn addition to the greatly lncrcar.od  Influx promleed from the statoa HiIh  yoar, Indications point to tho largest  migration from British porta yet ro-  corded, to eay nothing of the, thouB-  r.r..'!:. ;.\u. an- ;i1n-a<ly boojied lrom  other parta of Northorn Europe,  Suffrage Bill la Introduced In Sweden  Stockholm.���������Tho Bwedlah government Introduced a hill Into parliament extending to women tho parliamentary franchhio and the right to  iitnnd for election to parliament on  tho Biimo conditions a������ mon. Womou  wlinnn buHbniidH hnvo not -nUl thA!r  taxoH for three yours aro* excluded  from I ho vole.  Bring Potatoes From Scotland  Chicago.���������Potatoes from Scotland  will be served on Chicago tables  within a week. Nine carloads are on  the way here and will be delivered  in Chicago at $1.40 a bushel wholesale as afrainst $1,42 to $1.45 for potatoes grown in Michigan;-������������������''Wisconsin  smd Minnesota.  '���������"������������������nil-     APfio     f\t*      fxirl/r.^     l-krai-si     *n^4-������-.f^A-.  >w������*%^      w.-w���������     w.      u.t������<_>w     i4w- v.     j,'\#i,u,i,wcei  ever before been 4mported 'for Chicago from across the, Atlantic, although  European supplies are not so uncommon in New York. New potatoes  from the south are not coming hero  freely and the northern states are  shipping, far "own than usual' at this  time of tho year!  v To  Honor Champlain.  Paris.���������-The French Mission, which  is to convey to America, the bronze-  bust of "La Franco" by August������ Ro  din for presentation tc' the United  States, to be placed at the base of  the monument to be dedicated next  Juno to Samuel de Champlain. the  French navigator and explorer, has  been completed. The delegation, under tho ieaderahly. of ...Gabriel llano-  taux. historian and former foreign  minister, will nail on board the La  France, of tho TVonch trans-Atlantic line,'on''her maiden vnynue on  April 20 for New York.  seeking to slay them (Ps, xxxvii, &zy$&^  and here they are finding fault and^U  condemning    the    disciples,' and the . /H  Lord.   ioo,   because   they,, knew  Hi__lV**r  not, nor the  Scriptures/which they'*J  professed to reverence.    He reterred^M  them to their own Scriptures, saying?'"������*!  "Have ye never read "what David did-v������f  when he had need and w_s'an ifuH- '  gered?       (Verse    25.)     There is "no    ,.,  word of condemnation here for DaviS wii  and  his followers.   J_e .came noti tb";^-  condemn,  but to show mercy, hence "*"S|  His  quotation, from -the  prophets  in *\*t:  Matthew's  record,  "I  will have mer- llW}  cy  and  not  sacrifice"   (Matt,  xii,  7;' *<'i  Hos.  vi,  6).    The rest of the vers.e-.*>^|  in Hoaea eays that the knowledge of' $jl  God  is  beiter    than    burnt  ottering.    ������vj  The primary idea in sacrifice is that",-;"  God  gives  to  us,  not that   we give' '-"j  to Him, for in the first sacrifice the,Jll,<  Lord gave to Adam and Eve redemp- "ii&  tion clothing which He Himself pro-    "'  vided. a foreshadowing of 'Christ lov-' ",  ing  the  church   and  giving Himself   ���������.  for it, purchasing    it with His oVn. ,������,t|  blood.    We cannot give anything1 'to**^i  God nor pfferi Him|a,cceptab^; Berviqevif!?}'  '.until; we  have"' received'��������� 'mercy;!frora^^4L  Him as the one who saves sinherW;'^^!  Before, evf������r.. ������ln   entered   thic  v,,c,!t,*,.-'J-'-"���������,  GoJ- Ret .apart;, one .'day ���������in:'aevoh^)iB''<l:!'^|l  a tlm*>. when^man might vbe free rrom^fm  ml work and give.liirhseif up wholly$S$4  ���������Lo    becoming    acquainted  with  God,f';;r,;^|  for there  is '..nothing  that  can; coni-^-'uf  pare with  knowing God  (Jer. Ix, V2������l %���������>-  M).    The Lord  0f the Sabbath saVC;!:^;!  to man in Ills own imago a day oh'   '^  which He might specially bless hlm^^l  by  tho revelation  of himeolf-'ftB-.'the'^.vv'*  source ot air being and blessing'ahu'ft;^!  life and love and peace,   Tho nianjn>:.^|  the synagogue    witln -the    wlthered;C^i  hand  was strongly suggestive of the*'-, till  condition of the nation and of tholr.'sv\|  inability to do anything for God uhtlV'V'v-i  they would accept His mercy.   In tho J'-^l  record, in  Matt,  xii,  11,  12,  Ho uses   f '1  the   Hhi'-trallon   of  tho  pcoosalty  of jlp'i  suing a sheep from' h. pit; oven'"'on-v:-^1-''!  Winnipeg Railway Yards  Wlnnlpeg.���������Winnipog Ih to have  Ihe JaigobL liidlvlduul railroad yards  in the world, which will be o.om*truc-  tod by tho Canadian PaclHe Jn the  munlolpalltloB of Kaat Klldonan and  ���������Sprlngflold. , This fact recontly announced wan corroborated when u bill  was brought boforo tint law amend-  moutfl cotnmlttoo In tho local legl������-  laturo asking permlsHlon ror certain  ioiuIh to bo cIohihI which ran through  Ihe Jiilt-mled  idle.  To  Bring Canadians  Back.  Ott.awa.---J. A. liatorrioro, of Hull,  C.N.R. Entering Moose Jaw.  Mooao Jaw.���������Doubt of tho Canadian Ncrthein'a getting into thlw city  this year has boon not at ro������t hy tho  announcomont that the company'H  realty ngentn have been conimlrmlon-  nd to offer for nalo Immedlntoly ^.v-  ory hoiiHo now Htandlng on C.N.R,  property In thf- oiimI   end of tho city,  n))   Nll������:e   idiliii Iii^m   tlio   Ml   lie   l������������lliO\'e(|  bv May 15 next  iu������i    mi ll   ,1,'i'iiiuim  n*������nr,*"     i.'     n  ��������� <i,w>^>ff>l  u>      loo kuvihu-  protnotii the repatriation of Cana-  dlana now In tho United Btntofl. HIu  headquartnru will bo ut ManchoBtor.  N.H.  H.3.C. Land ������_le-i.  Ijondon.���������Rot/riiH   of  thi-   MudMon'ti  Bay (*oinpany'������    land    ������aloH for tho  [nun.  ,������i'.ii   iiiujv.   m, iiit faw utu'llllo,   Hilt  U  l������,     ,.'..������������,1     11..,I     |KI..     I..     f������..n     Ir,      ,������....      t.   .1  that tho preceding year included 1uik������  .huIuh of farm    hmda    amounting to  lrtC.200 iioundH, and    town lct������ iGrt,-  boo poundu. ,  rent:  the  Sabbath  day,  but.  lie speaks pf^KL  th f  owner .of tho  sheep  doing this.' ^:\'|  Baying.    "What man shall havo onb,     ,1  Bhoep,"  not. boo  a  Bheop. ,,Uo loved: ':''!  theBo  wayward ahoep.   .HO camo to*    ;v  pive them 11 f o.i, Ho.waahB ready to ������i  heal thorn, as He waH to roHtoro that[-, ..._  withered   hand,   but  they  would  not     '  lot Him, and the hardness (or blind'?  iit'cit,'- luurtiiu) yf Ihulr hearlH wuu ������vvi..j  grief to Him,   Note the cry from HlB   -/ii  heart concornlng them.    "Wo wbhld   '  not."   "Wo will not."   "If thou hadflt 'f >,'-1  known"     (Matt    xxlll,    27;   xxll,  3: ,  ''!  John   v,   -?0;   Luke   xlx,   41,   42).    In-      vl  Bte:ul of having" ani-thihg'like a penl-?-^i  tent Hplrlt, n conviction ofnsln, thoir     '.'  proud    hearts    ho ' relJeljiil  agalnat 'v^i  Illir. and ril������ teaching "thai iihey woht.'.^'i, '  r-.*.-r.y   and     ten':     rnur-r.el V,,--.\-  they'1' ' '  might kill Him.    For Hia^ove thoy-'V.';1;:,  gave Him haiv-'d, tiiey limny Vllm not,     ,  thoy would not havo; suchta ono aa^'i  thoir MoBBlah, but the ttmo*!wlll como  when they shall say, "Our God."    ,\'  ..I'l'HVil  *. '..'i, "I  ,'.-r)V.  C. C. Jameo To Begin Work.      OIUw.i.    C. C.    .Tann>:j,  !av1io    ha������,  been appointed apeclal coiibmlBfllonor  In ������������������������������iHi������.itloii \vllb Iho nynleio of  Roveniiiient aid lo iiKiienltuie, will  inko over the ������1 ill lew of hlh poiiitlou  nt once. He will rnnlto a tour of  the dllTereut provlncoB and conault  the  provlnclul  {'.Dvert:.".:c:it,  Kulwi-t*  unrl   Cvar tn   M*++  81, I'olei'Blnu'g.���������The u������tw������pap������r������  annornco that Kmporbr Nicholaa will  meet Ihe Gorman einpi-ior iu FlnnUh  wuUm'h in July.  __H_M_9  msmm  MM  *3tWRM  mmm. _U*X.        N  6'   "  ii    <v -  mi ~  =*    **  ���������s-  :*T  ������'������K  is1.*-.;-' ��������� ���������  tl'v-V*''.  11-  By.  ', I*.  The   FORD   MOTOR   CAR 1|������>-������������<>' -*-���������������  Corurjauy sold Forty-eight more  >  Cars in Spokane from 3atu 1,  1912, to March 1. 1912 than all  the other coin sanies  put togeth-  We handle Davies & Co., Ontario cmed  ueats. because they give bettor value for | ^  heir money.    S. A. Spoors.  n  v^iis__f^  -a      o  -i    ���������      r>       i.  - *o     Si    "���������*-���������������'*Jll-,--y "8 navi ,g  ills new builder. Per Sale in Creston Bv SI  -   ���������"   ing ou _onrth avenue painted.  f������������* &ps*������s2@ ������e@ ������Ms* Usse ofSieen Ksu^ j^  W  ������--**������-' -*-* t-*r-r'*rtr'im'-*,������-v-,wj'*u***������������-  ������_?������0*_ri-  WCLMHB _TBh_Fg_?W a? /&_������������-���������  THiir KOOTENAY GARAGE GOMRANY  R. S* BEVAN, MANAGER  CRESTON BRANCH  ������  ��������� ,���������>���������_  mr\vir 4 ft-^-*.   t-_ ���������  15 Acre Fryimanch FOR SALE  iv/u-^x-o- jtuajxih.      Place your  order now.   Poohln, Ei-Iekson, B, 0.  D. Lyon of Port Hhl was in nroat0������������  v ������ ���������   -���������       ---��������� ���������������������������-���������"-'-���������������������������1  Wednesday.  ���������Why pay Middleman  profie when  ��������� C"������ovcr������als ranch is for sale.   Come and  *mJ*aama#li*uaO'*<<it  tnt*tt*a*������*'**>*��������� i**u> "��������� i������-_-v  11  1'i_<^r>t_*i���������-iwiTii-Mrun  Matins, Litauy Sermon  Eriokson School House  ���������    .      ������ .Dock Creek  5 acres planted to trees.    10   acres   ready   tor   the |  . .-���������* *T������._,       6'"  plow.    Frame house and out-huxidings, well fenced.    iwo-|  miles east of Creston on Canyon road.  For terms and particulars apply to: ���������  5   "W m    V*   *| a-S_k_������UIl-j  ������������������-    B  ���������������������������������������������_  "���������     ^  v ������������������ ~ 1���������~*?���������1  ll.-l^-.-.-rstha-1-rs      \/������aiv      !���������?-������������ r>h   L !  Sunday scaooi.  EvQUBObg, Sermon.  H o 11 j  i  3 pm>  Up. m.  S p n  7:80 pn  Philip O. Hay man, (Vicar.)  ee it.  Miss Maudo K-asoroffc spent the early  ���������>art of the week sa Creston.  The best lu. points mud  varnisHes.  j '.apooPaiut and Berry Bros., Varnishes  I or sale at Speers.  flfr  'SSBSft      #  . N*  M  mma*ua>ahBm9Bia m&B'  at  ft  rVfi  *:    *?"������*',  A  C__    /I   O������Di������r������_r__S*������_>   ^a_iW  ^ ^ .^  *3^L_-l  I  bells, Beady Made Clothiag before fce?  ���������' 1  ng your Spring Suit S. A, Speers.  B       _*.**^   * *  tlnmii_ii a  -i}\Jtii %SALiiii-~-ualKO   ���������.saiiSi,  Oii������i"ip i |  beets, blankets (English)* towels,  pil-  I    Miss Lena Oartwrip-ht, who iB teaoh-  og in Cranbrook, spent the Easter Holi-  lows, rags, all oheap.   Apply Miss Dot-J lays with her parents,   Mr. and Mrs.  ^--._  ������*_-_  ������ ji *r_.eaA&_.      ���������Call and e-saiaine our lines of C������  UOHOII litUUi  uumpumits   g aui-019  A __EIiIAii_B ���������a-SODXA-rO-Et  These Pills are compounded with the greatest  ctro from the most reliable remedies i_own to  ^cittnee; sach sa are bein"f used with much success  bv the most celebrated paysicians known.  'They are a spectfic iof the distressing disorder  to which the female constitution in liable.  Pries 52 _ bos. 2?a. S {.much stronffer"), S3 a  box.   Sold at all dme stores, or Dy m ii ijrom X_.o  ������<&,*i*7*Si _������r������ig CO., g>, i}w������������i���������<?J_BJ, O^w  ^'WittVWWVWV**!*'*' ^A>V������^^iA^yv*<> *������>i'V^r*vv*<r<^^>^V-VV^VVSw<^V'^y  - ���������__   ��������� -ni ���������l ���������^_5_--L_-.--@L__.=_.  5  _  S fill - ���������" B "* B^ffiOT-Tft.-fB  s���������aj_lrii__sirs %iiaiii i  1 iuii yindiuir iJQtuuE ynygj 1  *���������������������������-��������� ���������-__-*���������-'���������  j -i.��������� -^s-:.- r  Billiards and Pool Ii Hot or Cold Baths i        . ��������� ������l    ��������� ��������� ' 5  11 At Any Hour <  othy Davis, Ad lard's house near Catho-  slic church. 29-.<.  Hilton Young is oleariug  up   seven  ae^es oa Ms ranch at, Canyon City.  George Cartwright, of Erickson.  Sam Hatfield -will have an English  billiard table installed by the middle of  next month.  Tto���������   **/r   tb* - *o;v.Ti- to    *    *n     *_I  -.������-s������. ia. *.-. _������y 4j, j_. ���������.4J1 juoouu   s-pj  Methodist Church Sunday "morning anffl  evening.- All are   heartily invited t  attend,  jMij&JFS  (S*5vg5-g*5v  I  Mr. and Mrs.   Farkins es.ueet to *eav'  nest week for Hosmer.  '" _'  J?; J  Cigars and Cigarettes   j j Razors Ground and Set   j ______���������   ;   SAM HATFIELD, Proo  iyi^lj/^>^'������^'>/VV*������)TV'������'VVy ***i~ii'*i r^,V*ti*V*V*V*V%HfV*itrirVVi  *���������!  The choir of -the Church of   England  I _L * "'  I'u Mercantile Jttaii. The entertain  uents held under the auspices of this  1 hoir are alwaye good ones and a large  ���������rowd is expected at the dance. Several features aside from the dancing  v ill "be prrsented,  ^ '  fl^'  iriiiii^sriiljiii  a  ���������/an  IBft o jh n _������^ai������, _k.   iHlBl^ ^i^f 11*^  iii^e y������ili iy^  *rr  vernon.   ������>* o*  5C  PROFESSIONALS  Gust   Andeen of Kitchener *was n  Creston Monday.  ^<f_.  ���������Christie's fresh sodas at 35 cents per  in at Speers.  3   i 1   i������ Bos Waa%&      -������������ ������  _���������***-. ������-{__.' n������, m   ttK  ea_ as rasa __������ ^_ oasn tst  B -   -^a>.  rJnTIPj:  HUIBUS-  CHAS. MOOR.E, C.E.  DENTISTRY  l:_. E. HALL D.P, S.  Oaoe   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Store-~Baker Street.  CRANBROOK, B, G.  * ��������� I IB       ���������    ���������      11    1      ���������������������������-������������������l    _.���������-��������� ��������� .������������������������������������'������������������" " I   -.  GUY   LOWENBERG  B G. Land Subveyou and Arohitkct  I  Plans and Specifications  :reston -  B.C.  Creston I* ������->S*1Ro  2095'  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  NOBTH-  WEST  MINING BEGULATIONS  COAL���������Coal mining rights may be lease'  or twenty-ono years, renewable atan annua  rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,5:50 aires can be leased to ono applicant. Boyaltj  five cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  tho tract must be staked out by tho appl*  cant in person, and personal application t-  the Agent or Bub-Agontof Dominion Landi  tor tho district must in all cases be mado am  the rental for the first year must bo paid t  I tho ngent within thirty days after mini  application  Consulting Engineer  creston    -  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & v.o.  Meets first  and   third Thuredays  in  each month, in Speers Hnll    at 8 p.   m  Visiting Brethern cordially invited.  George Broderick, W. M.  Walter V. Jackson, _teo. Seo.  IW   THE   SUPREME   COURT   OF  3RITISH COLUMBIA.  HS THE MATTER OF THE   "WIND-  ' ING UP ACT"; AND IN THE MATTER OF THE INTERNATIONAL  LUMBER      AND    MERCANTILE  COMPANY, LIMITED.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  ���������������������������he Hononrable,  Mr. Justice Gregory  \   QUARTZ���������a person eighteen years of ng<  ' and over, navlni: made a discovery may lo-  calx.aolalml.r.00  feet by 1,500.     Fee. $5.   A' I hng fi���������ed r-aeBday the 30fch dfty of Apti\  least $100 must bo expended on the claim I  each year or paid to the Mining Recorder | 1912, ftt Chambers in the Conrt House,  When 8000.0 has been expended orpuld  an>   ���������  oUior roqulremonti- compiled with, tho claim  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties, most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ��������� .-'���������      V        '... .'*  ^ J. Blinco, Box 39, Cres  Real Estate and Inourance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -        -     B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Bite, liife and Accident IuBnranco  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -       -       -   B.C.  Before Eetihtg  IU Contract.  l<'or tbe huihlitift of vonr New  House. Store, Olfico. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on mo. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and Hiitisfactimi  guaranteed on All Work  mmwmWmwmmmmmwmmmtJmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmtmmiimmmmmlmmm  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  may be purolmRod nt 81 an acre.  TLACEB M1NINO CIjAIMB aro MM inei  long and from 1,000 to 2,000 l'eot wide. Entry  foe 85. Not, less than 8101) must bo expande*.  in dovolopomont worlc eaoU year.  DRTCUGING.-���������Two leases ot flvo mllos oaol  of a river may be issued to ono applicant foi  n torra of 20 years.   Kontal. 810 a mllo per annum.   Royalty. 2J4 porcent after tho ontpui  oxeods $10,000.  W.W. CORY  Deputy Minister of tho Intorlor  Vtotorin, as the time nnd place for thn  ippointment of an oftloinl liquidator of  the above named Company.  DATED the 2nd day of April, A. D-,  1912.  (Signed) B. H. Tyrwhifct Drnko,  Registrar.  Tbe^^R^ Nurseries,  Comprising 12& Acres GRAND FORKS,[B. C  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  ���������      ;'  AT HOME.- "' ; ������������������������ .- .-"''���������;���������  Tho Riverside Nurseries are the nearest -nursery company toCrew^on ftnd  havo moro trees planted in this district than any othert company*.. The  trees are started under tho same conditions, that they will have to -{nature  in this Valley. Thev can be brought here from tho nurseries at Grand  Forks in throe clavs hy freight or ono and one-half days by o?:press. All  trees guaranteed "borne grown. '     . ���������  76,000Itiversido trees are now growing in tho district. (  I  For OatuloKue and Price list, writ������ to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  iiMum'-1'-^-^!1^  ���������!���������������������������*>* vu<iv '-��������� .|i������Vlr  ������!_--_���������������  ORGH ARDISTS! \  IklFraser Valley Nurseries,Ltd.  ALOBRQROVE.   B.C.  Havw Tiik Kinkht  Home--Qrowri Nursery Stock  Ifictiiditig Apples, pears, Pium^, Ciieri-ics *-"������*^  ���������aamaaaawarattam  ���������MmMNM������W������aMNMP������^  urn  'OiMi* SjpM*ifBff .'A  mm***mimM������mm*mmmm*mmmmmmm*m  WlUt-K-���������  HKHJUAltl' julii.u.iiiu.  AUlttrgroW, li.C  FORFULL   PARTICULARS  int. nkk  I  m  ,,.,, i ������. ... ������...������,  I.nciil Aoi'iil,  Ci'ciion, J*.i'  mtwmmamawamm  UII  Mw^WIMWMaiM-JIIM-MM^^  All tho Vory Lnti'st Htylen in La-  Ctlen' Ifats, TrlnnnlngH, l-'lowom  anil IllbboiiH.  -Ti A DI EH'   UK AI) Y^J\i AI )10  WAISTS  Now Linen of Ijiiilio** ami <)|il|d-  veiis'   HtohklngH and 'Wearing    I  A|>parol wuitahio to the Kcimoii,    B i         i>iriiiT-iii-fri-n_tfiYi-iViYiivr"n"r-������i-ri-n iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii mmmnHiW     ���������   I  , - nvm       ** r ���������** w  fvkt r"+ \ I 19  >������    1' H ���������. ������ KJ XJI 'N VJ  St  ___M_i_i_k     mama __1_   _������__r__i_k __���������_> ^mh   jmmt  New shapes in Stiff and Soft Felts..   Straws for Men, Women  and Chidrerj]  including Mcxicaus. Peanut, and CJiip from ������sc to #1.75.   All the new shapes afld  colors and the prices are marked low.  I^mimmmm^  m"������������������*nii������ihihwUi*������������������������ ww������J-mw-MW��������� .Vi-iia���������JmUwiM��������� i^Wl^^^^'-^i^^>*������*'^w'^^������^��������� *������<������*-1���������������*������>���������������* n ���������hi'.immu>->*wihii'i������i ��������� -m-h-m'i-wh-1" *m ii*_i^wii.ii*������-^_m>iiiii**-i-ii*iI-*������--������w^**^>^>iw->#I'm  | ivirs,  ���������'i  -01rWC|iU'll      JLVAWlVfttllUAW     ���������^������>'<_'it_.j_|^t*__ j ^      *_*������,���������%*���������  I  MHBBE__B^B_HHi Am  lW-_iiwrmr*.iiiM' VI       ,T"Tr-"*iTl WniJIUffa  nn  ������������������'��������� ~.-^ijiu, ...,i,ii^ni,iuul;iiu.MUWu.ljij;ii^|l|il3.t!i������Jll;UKtM,uu,>i...iitJu,i,.,.MU.i'l������l������.|,. NI''a'.---r'������*w^'*)l'!lMW!#!!1!^^

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