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Creston Review Mar 8, 1912

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 .A A  v-,.;;,.^.V!������3���������.^:t,.3ft-'**;;t^ t-VtTVt 'u:-'^TTy'.v-.'r.;V:/^;:-V/^yTry;������t^A~ s^A:  rlfllii     iHJflllfKI   '-  -i^tical Irrigations'���������F-aifc Grower   M fl |9|f If^ ������& \     HH|i 'W^&^^^Sm ' ''     ** ^0^W^^M^^.        ITTHUIIED  !TCLI. AlIiilULU  as!������._ ���������  :���������   BtB~~   *���������  -----  ��������� ���������  _*^ *gfa- .-n*.a,dse__i ri__   ���������������������������       _ _'_������--*  __^_.  ������xnE^Mftii^ HIS:A"  -��������� !������-f _^������' * r' s* vase ������tp--������  Wii^ajp.-.E- S_.-Ars_.si ������ ������s  EU������W>iP������  Ing   Explained And  Des-������������stmt^d    ...  A majority of the fruit growers in the  J**-. 1 ��������� 44,    ���������. ��������� J4    AL.    J������ ^4.      4  ... - .* ��������� ...-        ��������� M       AI.4  msmut b|j������u������ 4.iiv> wm* ������wv un/? v������   ������������������������  tares*: is att.adaa.ie at the lectures given  by she JtsmaclAJ ������swarts on various  sassklcg SE^eofesla. .'Mntoaatile Haii  ^roii sa3 **������**������_***-������   ,*i������wf������;g in   all  Knai?pnn~as wort* ditaussed by the spea  kens" ana the ranchers dooiare that they  .got $?a������? "?sJs& sat _������  the course. *-������  jSTkue dlsquBofess fifths ��������� Tasioss sab- *  jeets were in ordar most of tho, time pre  ������tioa_ demonstrations ia the:r_atter of  *������?_.������!������������������'. -i������untftrn nlid-fi showins rieht  and ^?roag meshoda of caring for oroh-  *-de gate a-������nost������ practical fc������������<?k to Ihe  *���������        - - ;      ^       ' '���������, -  course Tha program ss given 5s The  , Sevlew; i^fc week was followed closely.  .   ,-ri- Rtaqfeere Must Decide  "Practical Irrigation", "Fruit Growers'  .Vegetable Garden". ,'0.-oii_id^isIntt������r������  crops", Commercial Potato Onl*ure'V  **8pVeys and Spraying", Apple Packing and Packs",'"Fruit Pit or J&ldwiu  Spot''. J. A. Lid&ate secretary of the  Faraiers' insticaie has sent for a SuSi  bar of these booklets and will be able to  supply ihe ?.auch67s scon.  .Che attendance figures at the lectures  were Monday afternoon, 75; Mondaj  evening, 85; Tuesday afternoon, 98; and {  Tuesday evening, 101.  W. A, Pease, president of the  Far-  _aera' las'ttfate presided at the .sessions  ���������SV'fi-!!'���������'.**������������������������������������   : ���������-������  IfASI: BALL OAliUt SH  W THE YEAR  ��������� Everybody Casine so Have  A Good Time And  ^i jSS-.i SBBr?!?     S-  SSHSS*.S������S;1  l.'T'4*���������..^.^'Vi���������TyT:T,.'iVi^���������^'���������,^,^^  Ga^&owtiftt^-tf has been appointed  :^-'i.-l  ^8?  which w������3-;-������?gB!ii������ed  at New W(Hiimin_-eriaBir^[9Vemb9rai_d  f!l  1J-  fled K. M. Beid the* hdAhas b^Be^  take phi^^ol'theA b^^X^Xi^^Ssm^  ;^if?;?;b������^(^A^^!*^  .U������V������44������ t.vt??.tA'...'" :v??tt;.-^t.?  ,l������iB.i������������������v.....,.>, .v-.t;., . . ,.���������'������������������   --":  AJaiffi'cs"Ga������'_rbsy ������?'d .;.w������fe.; '^S������?;l^j������-  "' .���������-���������-..-���������   .. -^i-.  *s������=rfe    -VS & i#e ' ^^oa a<-w hae is_ aeadqnarcB-e w i4r.i{^.^^^^^  8W    m fMM^^pIacB kfch^.i.lEerr as prpelcUms. Tlwf"'""  I t >   -! ~" 1  Addition to   be   Built to  Present Mill; Distribute   Here  The Canyon City Lumber Company  has ordered machinery for-Jasking f?aiS  boseg and crates and -Eg-ota to install  it bv April 1. Tee factory should he yife  foil working order by a month later.     ;  T   > ':y:V' ivj.  There have been a couple of nunorsjof |  .-.  .tChe.-natt^i-f'the xieht^ind of fniit  teg-isw is this dtstricV was ft^iSa-s&;ftQ  lOcwjae^mcttithaiA a|paA;_eif c'Ayesieitt.ay'Alor  li:-'..'���������':������������������; 'fT|S1-'^?r;&;?.S.Jrti?"0i^i ��������� i~y*---'~--y y y?: i :y~-.  other bos factories being eta.rtei i4>^i||Sa4ai^^a^^!_^|-^  ������.ciaity r but ths sohcsscs h^vs i^SsJl'  through.   The need however for fiuoh a  flotneesteitt^ Seiti^ of i^te point- were'  ' "i t^y~''' i^?'?4>~<." -' ri .  *!������������������������&!* Mtr. Aim ������iCft$r*Mmnr ittn^wtxatt afc-i  '*    Saw-i*oo^eaAoao, - One rancher we-4'  ^Iffiged cpa*a*^Briiww,'B-i-������W4_SfffJ!Wa?' *'ao'  [     :|gea������ at all" afed ssogber j^aped up aad  I     a 4se������area^lasS 48  was  ess **Ijsss esrsy  ��������� fniwaia thd irhow *rtwy."    .writ-* -���������������������  I  ���������  Sis������ ^aabo given uudetfthe ������r*pie-s^-  the _eaehall club -last Friday evening  m I  was probably the most pleasing of the  S-S������GU.   The   Isfsrissli?^ cl the oeea  sion      helped    to     draw    everybody  close and it was a case of "everybody  1% ive a good titas".  :Th������ dance was a donation affair to a  .great,extent, the musio, hall and lunch  tseiiig gives free to the club. The Gres-  Sos Mercaotlle Company donated 'Mes-  bs-atiie Hall for the^ffair and thb com*  ������������������&.&!. 't*S with S. A. Speers George.  Johnson, of P. iBnros * Co.,  and Mrs j  felt for some time and the Oaayou City  company intends to be the Sat ia'the  fisld.   The boxes will be zoade st febsj.^6^* ���������* v������arid^iiji5i."  present ������niil plant and- an addition to  the woil-iags to care for the aew inaohi-  aery will soon be built ; ^*  Although manufactured   at Oanyoxi i  Canadian Hi^b6sy Associatica hfes for  uh Qwm  ooj������p^������n& pBfnSXSiiwSiX O* ,������J1S  Wnnlr^ -s^iisel   6������������Ai**i   *?������^~ V-(*-���������1<������**������%   -K������t������  t-unk- wad aoyibss tC������45~ Bssainion ha  r*3  :tv^:^=  9tss=������i for good Jftads at aU timeg and ia  as mattJr loealiti-^aa powible.  -Sisird 0sgr!nsr Otfeais* of hieh ^-mI  miiiiaesy, ThritBdav, Friday and Saturday, March 14 IS and 16. _fi-_._a.YoB*ig  /        _4  ���������T^T-^v  V  ,er:l  o tsairie Iiere with  ;B_i^.,?|j_^t^rf|fe^  M  ������������������r'-.'-PViv;.?  weeks returaed to their home   m���������lran>  4^4.4..4ga444g4'.r  Buy; yep? Ss������^^t .from -Stunples of  gauumXki&iiyf^^ y A?.  James P. Hyland of pent Hill, ppent  _eve*aldays faxjie^  :^y.  mn itEcn viiiCD  praoticaUy. new ^ tetter; Gaaciihe lamp  l4lwo?i!^t^|^^;A.^^^y;^^.-' -See  &M%f������������������&&W������S������mW&  y$y^*yy<mim  Wv?������y-yy^^ss  y22y2yy22y':yyyxm!yyyxxm^^?m0  mXyXyM0W������&M.   i'������Cmy'- Vo'���������"-'���������'^^"���������^*>'^>  ?B':IBTBr!������  ���������wss^yX^^mt^simmM^yW!i%wmmM  yJXy XXBm^^^e^m^m^mmSmyym^^m  A'At?35?FP*  afi-_s "'  in v������if Qi^nv  ^arci  M������^  s^@A?'iill������  ^4T^;ttt:s^Ttv-;.^/4j.;  8^  A. J4_������������_.a..|fohefield was..?  eeteocsed as the 08������did������t- for v|^?������iircjifr  ^:i^B*|44H|U-^  --:T.v;.-"Ti������S.yy:y<~ftyy.:<-:^:-'   ' ���������:,t;..._,: '.���������-;-.'g- ;..t.t TT-.;^.ji.;'^^*i^T*s^t������{j?rj41������  c^ventionlwldin Ifid-oniMteve^^  ?.??.;." ^?;,--. -y/yyyy-yyy ���������:., y.rtyy:y^yc.yyyt^B^!S&S0B  ^feg^ris' ^'ci!^p^iSkisX^y:ii^X^^^0M^  ' '���������:-���������'������������������'''������������������ T..*..- ':'���������-'������������������ ' '..-  v-T...-': T ���������-   .../7--X  ^:T-T ':T-:T.-\.-.i::-i-.T>.v4^Tjr4.r  ������.eyt>������fU ������AU������|f*  y??--l������ij' ?.Hy-?'?*;?T-:.^������^s������!^!^������i,Sg������-t  ������������������-���������������������������-         - j^.^iisS'SjssIa  candidate.  A wa.rrant has l?eei_ ifflued fw^  treat of ETrank Burs, on the?. ohflarge:'; of  )^tf:.^^Wmm%-^^-i-_^<l^ ., _'���������-,;   ������������������..?,...,'?.,?y..?Av^.i?A^:A^A?������ili"'  trimmmmm si^'s,*^  ^t<P4Mwaw>������' tit "opiiiioa ' ao reaiv ciecision i  I   ^* "h**������   ;waJi-j<^p%m.MJkW-" a������._a\-t>**���������������-.ya*������������������  Oity: **������ boxes will be distributed from  Oreston. This will give greater ooa^en-*2  ienee to the much-re who will want the  prcduo- of the factory. A supplyA_f'  boxes and cratss v?ili bs sops dsSsfed ^i  ��������� - ,--*i '- A,'-'-'-. -Vv  all.tini^f,    ^ , \    _4,    At.:#Att."  ���������*-**��������� -!i<.'"-t~  '.^^���������S^i^fi  for.the individual rancher to decide. The  ' right kind ot afoit for* oflrtain trees and  ������r   '      ��������� ������ ^ ��������� -  |4fuita were exp^tiued to the ranchers  and the final working out of the pro  blemft in this line was also left to the  rancher >'  The lnn.eroolideff which were shown  <*6y M.S.Biiddletonat the end of the lecture oonrse on Tuesday evening were  <a3peolally instructive. Different meth-  o Is of planting an orchard were shown  , and explained while on the screen and  trees oi right and wrong shape were al-  *o displayed In a canjorlty of instance  both the right ane 'wrong method of doing things were obowuahd this had its  1 !'peci_ilftr. advantage.;.' The various fruit  Pfstswhiohare likely at any time to  ftp^f^fi-i' In a fruit growing country were  *%\m diftplay _d aa<3 held? op: the < sor#enB  Iteas oa(ia#h. f or the attdieaes'.to get the  insects firmly fixed in their mlud^  , The pruning demonst-atton given by  M. fl. Middleton, took place in tho or*  ohards of Dr. Henderson and J, 8. Mo-  ran.   Mr. Middleton or,������vod h������uiselfnn  .'���������������������������������������������.' < . ��������� ���������   ���������  ������pt teacher in this b^a)^oh^ of the fr nit  Industry and as one iranoher put lt "tho  iustrujtlou in pruning was Worth ihe  loss of tho entire t vo days' tinta  Booklets Worth While  After the oouri'e had Heitn flnUhed a  number o' heoM^t* \no*k of wW.������*h h������H  ��������� been compiled by the ^psttKerswere dls  trilmtttd among the ranchers. These tit.  eluded in snmma isod form ju*t wht������  tli������' rnnchorn \y.A lo.jft'l d������rl������n thf Je -.  *nr*' and ore t'���������;:-;upo. -Hfc value t*������ ih ���������-  powers. Tho sobjoctd dealt with in-  tllodo ������������������Oomuicrolfil Option Otilttire",  ������t������fopnKi-tirtn and, HwleoMon of JNnr������et>  Btrv*ii", "OrnhM-d Si������nB nnd^Orrhhrtf  ">-.���������  ��������� ' ������������������.-.,������������������..,.���������,...  .   .  TQamefosgsvs ths {jroceries anu b������ss*3  necessftiy to supply the lunch. The  ���������ia&ie- supplied mo cakes.  The mushy was- offered by Mr; and  Mrs. Six Ceisc who played the piano in  turn; Bruce Tucker, violin; Mr Hoyt,  cornet and James Turnout!, banjo  This fonr pie.e orchestra gave the bett  of music and the dancers remarked constantly throughout the evening  upon the well-marked time,  etc. If anybody had a kick they did  uot "say it out load".  The dancing started at 9 o'olook and  everything'was kept moving daring the  evening: Jack Cameron and Buff Me-  Peake acted us floor managers and short  ���������J-"   imma   -w sifsi ^    <   ^nsi   m ja-n * mm mm- ^fr ��������������� ���������  i|-fee^e������:_dti������^^^  OTtlw.p^ui44������^w������i4.r4..i':^-.JaA4-44i ' ������%���������;  4������44r.44���������4.4..4444.4^4.4^4.  r#Tp44'.4..   i���������4.f��������� 44.'-^ ^4 4   .PC.. 4      .">4J^   '   '������.M544444  y"^V.1'���������"'"M'?^/..i.w.w..������������i;;*������������w������*'   -F.aawB,.  th.-^^v^d-^v������^db^^^^  manssed|^?-a^^  ii^fejiyjstsis^X in  mffiine^lw^^  V^{������4e4rT:    ||jf4444J4  * ������ ���������*���������-*.  fOrk    Of    (JOfU     OJTOck ' WJUV'WWBO.' r^.  Constable Gunn aud D^uty Gi-tueWar?  'yiy:-yy:y-::'y~y!' yy'ry^-':'":y':yiy:yiy-yy  desAT*%es BatM of the  Met weiit into the; distdotr?l^t ''.^tnf-[  ^^^"suadySunday.^Vain^.?l^;^t he  ': X:X2y2.2::{yy0y22&X^������ss������M^  Mr. 3oholl������������d iis^aii^u-t^^i^ilip^  will :ti^m jGjiiitiii^^  ���������16i:;'i*4;.'������rjBi':������^S^)iM^j^^  use not b-en seiee^^^T^I^^  . anHfiii&eaa.. ������es6--��������� _j?i6i_5_i?'A  :.*;  .>a ,,_ .   SSSL  A;Th_0_estb_i dflJej^^  ' -- t-r,; v.,.i-'V>! f.U-'-"'"-''.''.". A'V-.i'"V< ^"'iA^1^-^;- > -;-' ���������^���������'' -.'*^--A:^-.'/-Tiir>^'r.'^^^.i2^^  ^;Tj;;I^u^^J__ne8C^  J;0^,A:p^    ������^^i  ^rasAot ������-t;^^*aim8 AB^-]the  Bum- -"���������"'''"*  Glasses Stolen in Februa-  rv Are i-������eturisfid^:^'^A^  Constable Georee Gunn this week  had returned to him from tbe Indian  eolonv a pair of spectables whioh were  stolen last month from a Copeland rancher, John Carroll. Mr. Carroll wrottf  to Postmaster Gsbbs several weeks agn  thafBome Creston Indians had stolen  hia glasses end asked that they be gotten  back if possible. Carroll declared in his  letter that the spectacles were of great-  cst worth to him because his e job Had  tJ-JookA  fefisernooa;  2; y y^yy^^yyyyy-^yyy ymMmmmm  ���������..t-sg.oSsms  an unb^anixed district.    A  mmmsimmmMmmmmmmmmi  deer while  his shack was  :ing?;h3r^^ph^-S^^s'^^^A!E^f^: -baIrkill������dA:d<  ������������������MWMVAMtT-?***. *S������UMVMy>MW������  with.   .Salliug a ;d^A^������l-;:*^^?:'S?^:  plies are on hand is an offenso in the  Mw;vHbjii_ewtfe;;~A"-:': A?.- .^;;^'?:;;;''A....'.'.'?;  ?^,Sto_i cleaning^: sm^l^^olh^ aad- ��������� $& ������^ ������ bait j  ��������� F&JVfiiTiA-ta  T^SKK^aai.-T^-iKSlsSSVl  .s=4n:4Ei(*44.Kr..4.jjf^a^.i,.c..i  ^SSIsi  :i'a'3'ato'*'^>jrfli^j;������.;  . _^  .���������.. ....���������  ^..-^vzau.'vaa^ficiiAti.'-^;  8conAaB posaible  been trained to thuir  use'and he could  aits between dauces were the role of I    ���������_.-,,___. ������,    ^...    ��������� "   "���������'.  i not duplicate them.   Mr. Glbbs turned  the evening.  J-  New Company to   HolcJ a  Meeting  Monday  : Jame* Cook, secretary of the Creston  1,'roit   Growers'   Union L-imited,  has  r,eht out the call-tor'the statutory gen  ernl meeting of tbat onmpnny to be hold  iii Bonce's Hall, Mondny at 2 P M.   ,  ' Abcbrdltig to tho letter osUiiig   the  mentlug tbo business to be tranaoted at  tUo meeting will no receiving the certificate of incorporation, roo������rlving draft  of bylaws from the provisional Board of  Directors and the l.leotion of bflfloora for  the your.   Tho stotoment of the new  Union to dat/e Is nit follows (   .   ,  Bharew allotierl 44S.   Hhnres allotted  fu.Jy pnld  np, None.   Bhnrcs allotted  the letter over to Constable Gunn and  he went after the Indians so strong that  the spcctaclvG finally found their way  back to the rightful owner.  Constable Gunn also recovered some  decoy ducks this week that Md.'been  st leu by the Indians from Rcbort Bell  of kelson lost October.A The eet of de*  coys bad been glvon up as lost but they  Wi-ro returned by Chief Alesander this  week, h ��������� kuvicg indiicbd the guilty oan  to giro them, tip. No qnettions were  asked when the articles were ireturntid.  neys, send for one of our New 36 C ������ndl  Power White Light Baamere, out the  o������rupon out in our big ad in this paper  tod&vv   National X������ighfc Com_>aa_*������. !  ���������yyy"r ���������-,.������������������������������������': ������������������-"���������y :.,_���������:���������   yr ������������������ .-~~.y   i."yy  Father Beck who Isolds services iarftSae  local CathoJie church writes that he-3tas  been called to Windermere . and will, ibe  nuahle to bo here Sunday. \ He went- sto  Windermere Tuesday and will not; return to Cranbrook tjuitil theAcossing  week. Ho will bold ������ervices in Ore iton  on Sunday March 17.  ���������Household furniture for sale. , K->  reasonable offer refused. Mr s. John At*  herton. 80-lt ,���������  make the offense the worse.        : ���������  Constable Gunn and Warden Bates  .are determined to stop the illegal killing  of the game in this district and it will  go h-ard with anybody caught in ' the  afii.os-ta-isgsuch sots proven against  them. - ���������''������������������.?"*. y')  *.������'v:4-.f  mm  yyy&  ���������iPOR SAlbE-Oholoe 10 aores of  fruit land, mile and half north of town.  Good two-story ��������� residence; Water on  land; uearliy all land ' slashed, half sore  bleared and plimted. Apply to owner,  U. C Qobrke, CtcBton, flO-tf  AGGEPIS 6AU-  Sark'.asian to Preach HU  ??      Farewell Mar.31      A  Rev. 8. Sarslsalan announced before  a largo audience at the Presbyterian  ohnroh last Sunday evening that lie  will lay dpwu the iaioiBteriBV reins hs  this Valley Oh April 1 and will ocoopt  tho pastorate of the Bosslund oburoh.  There wUl be a meeting; ������of tOl theiie*  interested in feeing Creston have a fool-  ball tran.  this season,  ������t the  Burton He wMl preach hia farewell sermon on*  Hbtel next Friday evontag at 8 o'olobk. 8mMl*y Mftroh 8I������                            ^>  ������������������ ..,.������������������'_ ��������� ' Mr. fciarkissiau wishiw to announce  ���������'.'                      ' that ho will leave the Boy Boout outfit  Third Spring Opennng of high class ^a funds with some member of the  |^ATBi^j|^^|ligi^"  ^^^^m^^f^jt^^l^^^^M  'last ^;ir^;}j^A^_^^^  aeafc^?fb_;li ':0^:'ii^^Mi^^^}^^^������  home.   They have been atuiylog at ?t!������*  Creston lap^l. y 'yM-y-^y^'yi  ":��������� _is>A-Birch has .^a^������iml^^^^0^������  considerably.   He u m engliieer >f������-dy  Bpentrft'fe^yesirs'ih .Iptd^  oouple: lar^ pr_^ect������   th������re ^  working on a tea estate    He 'iia*. ahib A  travelled through the "StoteOj y^t^u^ ;  the A^ngirieerinif plants at Pittsburfch  Clnclnuattl, utc., then going to BoJginiti  nnd JTOTway.   Ss has bsss. css������id--is������ '  coming tcv Creston for some time feud  npcwu arffflviag at once proceeded to pra-  uare a homo.   His house will give au  excellent view of the Valley.  Andrew Findlay of Cranbrook, this  i- A'r-%.-���������        -        -. -���������     ��������� '.''.���������<     1  week pnrohssed 10 acres of land from  O. H. Wynn for his brother who is oom*  nB?hcrc .direct ..fjwm., .^tJ^-t'-V,';Mr^  Ifindlny took the west 10 aores of M..  ^om'fliMfoperfcr. -y<. :)  Ituv. GrtiUbiilttp will proach Snn-lay  _ at 7:80, P. M. on the subject /'Liquor  fifty p**r oeat prild up, 44������- Oanh rooai. j Q00it|on in British Columbia; Its Curse  vo<1 on BhuroH, $^,105 00 Cnsh on htind  Ma������oh l������f, fl.lfiB 00  ond Remedy."  mfilinery, Thursday, Friday -and Batnr-'J  dny, Mar. U, 16 and. 16. M������w^ M.Young.  A meeting of the>,Creston CtaM-vat-v*  Association will ho hold in the Bearer  Club Hall tomorrow eveninr' *t 8 p. ml  ���������itlxens committee when he leaves end  will also leave the tundii of >he -o-tk-U  teitmlnthe bank. He will torn over  the money to the olub when it is rW-  ganited.  James Mston went to Nalson Wed-  uesday: .'  About 76 guttata gathered at the homo  TheLadloH-Auxiliary of the Presby- ot T. Mauwoii ut Canyon,City on Satur-  terinp olmroh met at tho home of Mri*. day night  nt a house warming ima  W.u fciBttian last Friday  ��������� 1     4"-     *-     1%    A  ���������Cell and examine onr l\������ mot Oimfr  bsll., n.nnr Made ClotWng i lieforo bv)������  %yourSpring Suit 8, A, 8|w������nv.  A number of rauohera got; in pnw<kr  tlila week for their Spring ol oartnff work  ���������Bse tlie new stock of Peterson pities  and stems at the Liquor store.  ���������FOB BALM���������l^artfo Heater, oheap;  heats, blankets (English), towels, pillows, rags, all oheap.   Apply Miss Dor*  otliy Davis, Adlard's hou������o near Catho-  slloohuroh. . 2*-*  --Special prices men's heavy 'tAoHy  8. A. Speers.  ���������:���������������������������������-������������ nt .������������.,44 f.T.">������tr.i������ , i,v--������������.-.-l   <m<*  ������������������...������,  M<M*44_..   J.  4 44������.������rf       ,    >.. ^(U* ������. |W������M^44, M-M.U   X* ,    ^,    * i, i.M V������,.  C, JT. Bnndy, who ha������ b mn ikuudntaut  CPU. ag-nt here* tor neat ly m.*b*t left  WTarv^ nri^ w������ut>ned   to Oreston Monday for Oranbrook u, ������������*��������� an W a y**r left Monday for BdmotttOM t������  ������m*i*������ thmiir tnkntm hama Huure.  Rev. M. F. Kby B. A. will P-tMwStl  tit  ottstUoiiiab Uuurolt SaucU*y *u������Mi*iw^ uuC*..  ovenlng.   All sore   heartily invited ������o  '���������tttmtf.-! "'"''''\''"''-"3v  Mm, ft, A. Speers returned hen* from  Nel wju TouRday.  Mr. and Mrs. 8. Williams, who bev#*  been mldlng at Canyon City for about  -I***',**   '.-������4������44..44*   .4444.4444*^,4^444   .4   4.*,^     j4-4*444f,   ,.,V,4.4^4.  ������.. 1,4^4.^, mm4fr������v*#  4y.444444.444  I  Hilton Yotm*. who has been spendiag  some lima in Ontario is *-p*ot_d to  atvlve at bli homo ltt -3ttnfftnfl TTIfrr In a  ���������tew.uaya,  AT  ,M. *4,..4 ^4*A..������4,  ���������'"!'���������    ''������������������     (*!l  ,4444.4,.   .a.4t4>4|4-4. .������������������-..' 'ft"  ;.'l,?^  J������v  .444,444^,4,   44,4,4,^'       m*44.������.V,..  1  ���������''���������<       '��������� ' "'���������'",*M  14*J '.I ,������,|.������,U,444,44������4,44 .' !.������*.  .���������iCmi.., .������*���������'. I'J^mJmJtkMMmi  rt \'..*M%m\.mmt������mm\?  M*4A -.^���������J*.^,-, ���������^^*������4,���������  rr-  - -*���������:,t - ^-^        ^-^���������.j^^i ��������� __ .__..  ^^W^,^    >X*���������- 4-^^���������.-4^-4���������~  ��������� 1 '  , i.������Lft     CS-JCiDiOiS     M_bfVXJ_iW������     OJC&AbAVJ'iN,     B. U.  4-aa  ^r-4  a  W3*1i"5- w3501-^ --^ -i**^ id^-\  g_uwsa_MH_i  BY  FRED  M.  WHITE  ;    '    LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO.. LIMITES  (Continued.)  A'f.AF CHAPTER XIV ..A-'?  The Post Club  There   are   several. .smart  betting  clubs ipALrondoh- but none,smarter or  more up-to-date thdn  the Post Club.  Like  most   institutions   of the  kind,  ''���������" "the club is somewhat mixed.and lar-  -; gttfjjr de'voted.- to' tlje purposes of* gam-  ���������- Ming.    A.1I -sorts- and; A coridltibhs of  men can ho met there,? from the inag^  nates* bf the turf down1 to-s&all bookmakers.    At the .same time the subr  *    scfiptioni is-al heavy    brie    and    the  '- entrance  fee   large,    lt  is  so  large,  |������������������-indeed,   that   the   police   have  never  "heen  bold  enough   to  raid  the club,  ���������Which is conducted oh the best principles.    Betting sn the tape goes on  ' to an enormous extent and there" on  .most afternoons .of-the racing season  Anearly    ail    the    chief    commission  agents can be found... The club premises consist of "a billiard-room, din-  ' ins-rccm, and smoking-room, the Isst  fitted with several    tape    machines,  - which bring the result of tbe day's  A4������.v&u&  Q&teCcij;  -I.HJXX.. ixxx:  vvuna-c.  %4������i<ca4,  wsjjsrs  sre  constantly     being   mads  : and sometimes enormous bets effected even after the horses have been  despatched by the starter.  TM!?    s?ic.x    tiiri^H    I-H4C5    ^.ll^Vs    is    VS*rV  ?���������->��������� quiet as a rule.    On the first day of  the   Mirst  Part   Meeting    not  more  TV V.������. V*  * than half-a-dozen .racing men -as:  In the dining-room.   At a little table  aear the door sat the Mater aad his  ���������^aest,  discussing  a   dainty  luncheon  " xo the accompaniment' o������ a choice-  brand of champagne. The ivlaior was  beaming. This was a pastime after  disown heart, and seeing that the  luncheon was costing him nothing he  was doing the. thin.f: very lavishly  indeed. There 'v/aa" something almost  regal, ia the way ? h������ spoke to the  waiters. His manner was bland and  ^orid, .and, beyond ail, was the con-  ,-sciousness o������ the fiv^pouud note in  his" pocket which Phillips had giveri.  ailia to pay for the repast. They isat  -for some little time, ��������� when the door  man in a'ff impossible waistcoat came  into the dining-room^  ? Haii^odifeu a^-scarl&^^.bad an.  ������������������'���������4^^j^t>sjperit*f.s__d-i_i.'a^>feOTe^iV4j  way "suggested money.   Most persons  to any amount you like. The Major's  introdut-ion ,!s good enough for me,  and a telegram or letter will always  receive attention."  Graouaiy  the conversation became  more general.   Luncheon was a thing  (\f  fT������f������   nflftt   and   olp-oro   nrn.   nexffoa   YtaA  been set out in the smoking-room.  Phillips seemed to find Rickerby a  mine of interesting information, for  he plied him with dipiomatc questions. Under the influence of -the  champagne and brandy Rickerby expanded.  "Swindles,   my   dear   sir?"  he   exclaimed,   "why,   there   Is   no   end   to  + ^44.4-4* ^X7n ^4.^4���������4 444 a. Jn.4 44^ *if.Hr.r.F.  IUC4J4.        ������i3    u*w������,    Ou    ex.    uvrfecli    uuugca  every year of which the public know  nothing. Why don't we prosecute?  Because it isn't worth while and the  police are uot sympathetic And  there's another thing���������why should we  iet the public know of .ways and  means by which they might rob us?  Ah. I' could tell you of one or tv.*o  men. and big men, too, in some of the  West-End clubs who would find them-;  selves in a pretty tight place if some,  of us .only liked to open our mouths.  But; what's the use? Why, should we.  throw good money after bad?" '  "But don't you get done?" Phillips  asked. .      ,..     .  "Well, very rarely." Rickerby responded, "but there are others in the  club, who seem to me to iay themselves, out for that sort ��������� of thing.  There's a chap here called Sfelwyn.,  He's,.a rich young Australian: .fool'  who thinks he. knows everything; he'd  ,just tbe type of mark that the broken-down racing man prays for. He's  got in the hands of one. gr two here  who are robbing him of thousands.  He's soft enough to ji.ak& bets very  frequently five, minutes after a race  haB been run., ;Tye tipped him a hint  once or twiee,<ji)tft hlegs.you, it's no  use. It is waste of breath to tell  Selwyn that the men in whose hands  ho is aro manipulating the telephone  or wire and always betting on a dead  certainty.     One  or  two'  of  the   bets  Call and let us explain our Special Antd-Sagging, Anti-Friction and Accurate Sowing features.  ..H'S* Tars WSTT-'g^ "375 "-T& n  Uo 'you realize that to go;  through life tortured arici  disfigured bv itchinc burn-  ing, scaly  $nd crusted ^Cr  zenias, or  otaer  s**,**  scalp  1 *   '.,..*   4*. 1B*iU :  humors is unneceii-.  sary? J^or more than a geii-  ������ration5 warjrn  baths with  -^mmomm.mM.vm*<*M.m. %m.    ���������k_W-v;r������_-&sr  And gentle applications of  Cuticura   Ointrnent    have  pFQf'vcu.  OPENING OF SIBER A  with   au  area  of  4,8i7,68t  ���������4*44 ^44>^X444t4C4^m������   |  not casing any. i daresay -you may  think I ought to expose these people,  but I've sot something better to do."  "i should like to ask you one question." PhiHips said. "Have you noticed by any chance if these people you  are  speaking  about' are   particularly;  -**���������*'������������������"���������������-������*���������     "-**���������     ���������-���������-������ V*"������i   ���������*������*���������������������������     vm     * ������%*- w    la-t!***   ..^s^  .niPSL   x o?r- .  Rickerby looked adaiii^iigly at the  ."AhI" he esfcl^med, "You know  more than i .gave you credit for, but  perhaps you are in the habit of  studying this kind of thing. -Now I?  come ts. tSak of It, I do r^oollect  hearing it said that Selwyn had dropped a lot of money, to the mea I as  speaking about" on the first day of  the last Mirst Park ^.teeuag.    If you  AAlUdv  *% . ������4 -J4tf4 44A,|4<44. 44.V .N,.  VE40V* ^OCli-lti  5-7  v-aca.   . ut  n.  was flung violently open and a largo-i p^^-^-^--^ajj-,,- _,-.  "Oh,   I   won't  go   quite   so   far  as.  that," .PhiUip^,.^^r.^moclssUy���������   ^It'^  'tvuiy au idea that occurred    to    me.  which I^wasK.^eminded*of w" some-  fnm.iWTHfchig which I read when i was in  '?-'.^with  that  huge   per^aage  atrik^ for  it  was none,  other thau^Mr. Rickerby, ofa?-rm"of  vertised tn.'sporting papers that they  recognized no limit. In early life  Mr. uickerby, or Rick, .as,.his irienda  lniants. children and adults,  when ail else, had failed*. ���������  Alt���������.ugh PuUcur* Soap aad ointment ftre eokl  bf -rugglsw and ilealera  evcrywbere, a   liberal  ���������ample ot each, with 33-{>a$- booklet, oa tre*trasnt'  4Dj uin *p<j-D*:r. wtii be eent, posi-iir*. oaappikw  ...  -f. Turning the Tables :-  ."O, George, dear," she whispered,  when he slipped the engagement ring  on Jaor -.tapering finger, "how sweet of  you to remember '���������ust the sort of stcue'  I prefer. None of the others .were, e^.er  so tuQugutfui. -. vjSorge was staggered  forvbht a moment. George came back  with, "Not at all, dear; you overrate  sse; this is the one I'vo always used."  And she was inconsistent enough to  cry about it, says the "Court Journal."  i-A44->4K J������   i-444 .4.4. .   Z?..-:.     -. 44:.4^^-������T4^*4-     **-*t:-������.���������       *.^������       .-  coincidence?" ,!  "I^thh^ ao^^-^Ri^erby 'replied,  -,syou could oarfily say that of. a series Qf4he^iia^"fiii4Jh*''Selwyh always  loses, and which are never made till  .������4...4i.. ��������� a��������� .o^tj_������ai.-.. -^y ���������- ���������." -���������: "   ���������'  ���������     ���������  ������&I.VC>f..l^4U44T4.p4rM4C������BS^���������������M������-   I VLUi  u wmsigims  nussia r-ianning co opena n^ti a qi,-  lion Dollars on   Railroads  It is now beginning to he taken for  granted that outer Mongolia, \vith its  1.000,000 square mi'es of territory and  its 3.000,000 of people, is to be added  to thp Russian sphere of influence.  Ever   since   the   war  with   Japan,  O--��������� _l���������       V.���������  ���������      l...^...       .1 .....I*..���������     *4  n������.      44444^.-4-4��������� ���������  ivi>s������iu une  Dticru u J'uiiuh uci   cuciijlao  to the expansion of Siberia. This vast  territory- Btrotchlmr from th������ Ilrn.1  Mountains to tho Pacific Ocean, w&k  once looked on as the dreary land of  the exile. Today it Is the promised  land of the emigrant. There is room  for many millions.  Siberia  square miles, has at present a population o.' only 8,220,100. There are vast  ���������stretches of rich, black earth awaiting the farmer. Coal. iron, silver and  gold are ready jfor the pioneer. Hugo  forests havo in readlneas great wooden harvests.       ......  , Some day Siberia must play a great  .{.rtrt- In the production of the world's  food. At present the cultivated part  is a mere patch on Its huge area, yet  it produces 170,000,000 poods of cereals a year, a pood being equal to  36 pounds. Us immense coal deposits ha,ve scarcely Osen toucu6u> aiu������  tho saint) is the ease- with its timber.  Iu the Amur and Maritime Provinces  th*re are 509,000,000 acres of forest  land. ./  . ^  The railroad is- naturally what is  looked for for the development of .this  great country. . The first great  achievement in this direction was the  .-...���������       --���������    4-4__      n. 4. __-.������-._       ������> ^ j, 4 .^^->  .-������  \^lUl5i.rUCvX\>ii    Ofc      -tSO     444T.XVO&4C������^X     * \,tM.i.lM. VC4VX4*  This has cost more than ������140,000,000,  and stretches from Moscow to Vladivostok, 5,527 miie'B,"all'-on-Russia'.territory, except the lastA strip across  Manchuria. It is now? proposed to  double track and improve it at an esti-,  ^     ' - A44AT4/4n  AAA    .  mated cost oi  aB.*6������ww,vw4  Other Russian schemes contemplate  the opening up of Southern Siberia  by a line from Orsk through Orenburg  to Semipalatinsk. and. Barnau^to the  railway at Taiga at a coBt of -SIS.OOO,-  000; the linking up of St. Petersburg  by a direct lino to the Siberian railway, hitherto approached only by  Moscow, at a cost of ������9,000,000; the  Amur line comi-ctlng the Siberian  Railroad with the eastern coast round  the north of Manchuria, making it  "ossible to travel from east to west,  entirely in Russian territory; at a cost  of ������31,000;000, and finally a branch  line from east of Lake Baikal to Kalh-  kta through the Great Desert in Mongolia, through'Urga. and eventually  on to Pekin, at a cost of ������15,000.000.  j. This gives a total in round, figures,  i of ������95,000,000, which Russia is plani  j bine to sueiid on the������������������"openiiig up of  I her" eastern Empire. ���������  r  'TTL-SL&S' sQ^&Jrp-J'   terp~F-&'  '     '   'J    .     ' 1_B '  a \  H .  4  marmmm  iotasM  swm  r���������t jbb��������� *���������*  If  '       , 1  ,"J"   t'  \yjm^* |,  I  health, sooner or later, shows its value. Ko man can expect to go  very far or very fast toward success���������no woman either���������who  suffers from the headaches, the sour stomach and poor digestion,  the unpleasant breath and the good-for-nothing feeling?-which-  *..>esi?  salt  from  constipation   and   bUiousncca.    But   just   learn  for   ,*  yourself what  a, diSerer.  TT4JX        UG  made   by  a  ������      J .._        'Jf  *cw    uuacs   Oi  Tested through thr^  thi������ perfect yegetsble said alwa^ggeSeieiri; fasaiily-"^em������������d^' is uriivei  i ; tonaturMactivity���������-ei^blis you to getall the^nemnshn-ent^^andlyiood-  makingqualities from your food. As sure as you try them you willkhcw  your looks ������������d;ia you? increased vigor���������Beechasa's Pills  m  _^'... -y   '".  mUK^m  The directtoas With waxy box bre very -o-lna-lo- ���������nxciaiiy to waxaea>  . 2o" ������������������r3rWeie������e,   la boxes, 2Sc  Make Farm More Attractive  Wft must make the farm more attractive^���������the home building and the  farm building. We must make those  two great features of our national life  more attractive so that they shall not  only hold the young men and women  who are being reared on the farm, but  will also draw from the cities large  numbers of young men and women  who-ace hardly .making a decent living.'' We must setid back to tho" farm  men aud ,women who will aid in tho.  great work of producing foo/! forr the  world-'  ���������������������������  styled him, had been a butcher in a  .email way of business. He had failed at that principally because he spent  most of his time backing horses or  arranging prize-flghts. After he had'  passed through the Bankruptcy Court  he began with a small silver book  and, having a real genius for -flgur.ei,'-'  together with a.striking' presence!)7?a*jnt  enormous- voice and pmazing- audacity  which amounted almost to simplicity,  he sooon made headway iri his new.  profession. In a short time he took  a partner who hud been a smart accountant, and., now had- a? series' of;  palatial offices in the ' Strand, where  he kept a large staff ot clerks and  where telephone messages were pouring in almost day and night. Rickerby 'was a leviathan and, though he  by no means;despised the small ilsh  that came Into his net, .he revelled..  in big betB and dramatic 'wagers.'  He nodded.to the Mij,jor with a mixture 'o'f insolent- familiarity and fawning politeness. Occasionally'the Major was of use to him. Besides, Car-  den was well connected, artd Mr.,'1  Uickerby had a profound admiration  for tho arlstocr.icy. Ho would have  passed on only, at- a sign from Phillips, Garden 'detained him.  "Come and U.nicli with ua, Rickerby," he Haiti. "Come and try this new  brand of champagne. Walter, lay a  place for Mr. Rickerby. Bring another b.ottlo. No, on second thoughts,  you had botter bring u magnum.  Rickerby, let-me introduce you to my  friend Mr. Phillips. He Is Just home  from South-Africa."  R'.clcnrbj- touched an Imnglnary  forelock.  "Proud to makq your acquaintance,  sir." he anld. "Do you do anything  ln our line?"  "Well, I have." Phillips said. "I  used to follow racing closely enough  before I left England. Out yondor,  from my point of view, I found something bettor. Still, thoro Is nothing  so fascinating as the great game, f  daroaay I shall make a wuger or two  bufor.i the iio:i:ion 1:: over. I axlppoao  ono can't make bets hero?"  "Not. unloHfl you (ir** a mcmlior," tho  Major explained. "Tho Committee  are uiohi. particular about that kind  nt thlrii?. And llify have to think  about the pollen. Hut I'vp un doubt  that Rickerby will bo glad to accommodate you."  "Certainly, air." Itlckerhv said. "Up  DODDS   ^  kidney;  "Extraordinary,"      Phillips,     said,  "Sufesititfai-jfe-^ee-Bow it ;'can: be any-  LUlUg     XXM\Ji^Z      4���������au     UJ8.6     CC,uClll49UVC.  ..    1  supposgvyou_<do-������," tremendous' lot of  betting in that way." .,-..!  Weft   Weak.  ��������� ���������i>es> Cfcesfv;  VMy mUatfi tnii that is exactly what  the club is for. Some p? us wpuldn'-t  ;bei abie io'-iive-Without' it; Siit, all  Jthe same, we don't bet a second afterr  hhe .pfUcial time of rftartitig."  By this time the. smoking-room was.  filling u^iftpttiiy. '"Two or three score  of men had come mainly..-to-hear. the  result of' the5'afternoon's racing and  to make their befs1 vjp. to. .the, very-  last lra6meilt; 'tha������- wagbrs were accepted. Philips, apparently, perfect;-  :ly sat-iBfled^^frith^what'' he Had heard,  lounged In one ^ corner smoking, a  cigar, -wdjtohin^'the crowd "or sports-  me.ri keenly out of the corner of his  eye,-- *He"i seehied-'to have one glance,  too., for the tweather outside .which  had1 changed' somewhat,' for the Bky  ,!\v&b overcast and a few thin flakes  of sno w I were falling. A little later  the room waB almost in darkness and  the whble world seemed to. be lost  Iri a white drift. The clock over the  mantelpiece pointed lo nearly twenty  minutes -past three. The 'result of  the three o'clock race had been announced rind, bo far as .Phillips could  toll, there had not.' been one sensational incident In the way of a bet.  "Your friend Selwyn is evidently  not present today," Phillips observed  as Rickerby dropped into a seat by  his side.  "Oh, yes, he la," the bookmaker retorted.  "Thafn very Interesting," Phillips  said. "1 wish you.- would introduce  me to Mr. Selwyn. I think a llttlo  later T shall be able to hIioW him a  way ot Harvlng money.".   .  (To he Continued.)  CRIPPLED BY  RHEUMATISM  mm.  ��������� R2 University Street, Montreal.  , "Just a word ot pralso for Gin Pills.  About flftoon months ago 1 could not  walk noroHfl my room, suffering sr-v-  crely with Rheumatism, l.toolc Gin  1'ills and became o.ulto woll, (  Samuel Longmoro.  Write ub for free sample of Gin  Pllln to try. Thou f������r.t thr> ropjulnr  sl/.n boxoh at* your dealor's or direct  from iih���������I'iOc a box, <> for if.2,r>0. Money rofundel If Gin Pills fall to euro.  National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Dept. N.U. Toronto.  and   Prsy  te  uiaease in many Forms.  .is   v...    4.u5    mimi.    utawueiuua   uiS-  eases afflicting the .people of Canada  during   the  winter   'months    is    ia  grippe, or influenza.:   It almost    invariably ends with a complication of  troubles.   It tortures its victims with  i-alternate feverr. and chills, headaches  and;backaches,   it leaves'him au easy  .pyey' io' pneumonia,  bronchitis,,   aud  even consumption;   Indeed the: deadly  after-esecto of la grippe  may leave  the victim a chronic invalid.   You can  ���������avoid la grippe entirely by keeping  ' the blood rich and red by an occasional use. of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills:   If  you have not done this and the disease attacks you, yoiicah banish its  deadly after-effects,-through  the  use  of this  same    great    blood-building,  ncrvc-rcstoring    medicine, y Here    is  proof of the wonderful power of Dr.  WllliamB' Pink Pills over this trouble.  Mr. Emmanuel Laurln, St. Jerome,  Que, says: "I was seized .with a severe attack of la grippe.    I w.as, obliged to .stop work and remain in my  bed for several ypeeks, ��������� and while I  appeared to got over the first stages  of the trouble. -I did hot ��������� regain-my  usual he&ith.    I suffered .from  headaches, loes of Appetite and extreme  weakness;   I did not sleajp   well   at  nights, and would arise ltt tlio morning feeling tiref and worn out.   This  continued for about two months during  which time -I was-, taking treatment,  but  apparently   without  avail.  Then I was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I got a half  dozen  boxes. ' By  the  time   ���������!���������    had  taken three''boxes there waB a decided improvement, and actually before  I had completed the Blxth boy I was  enjoying my old-timo health.    I was  strong as over, could sleep. woll and  oat well, and no longer suffered from  lassitude and headaches.   I havo proved .the  value of Dr. WllliamB' Pink  Pills' for  the  pernicious attor-off6cts  of la grippo, and civn thoroforo recommend thorn to other sufferers."  Dr. Williams' Pln.k Pills ouvohy  [rolnp; to tlio root, of the .trouble ln  the blood, which they enrich, nnd  make red and pure. These pills euro  all troubles due to bad blood, and if  you are ailing you should start to  euro yourself to-day by taking this  great medicine. Sold, by all inpillclno  doalors or by mall nt 60 cents a box  or nix boxos for,$2.R0 from Tho Dr,  Williams', Mortlclno Co., Broclcvlllo,  Ont.        ��������� ... ���������'  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  The world's largest bird of prey Is  the bearded vulture. From tip to tiji  of wing it measures nine or ten feet..  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and there Is nothing better for driving worms from the system.  Mrs. J. Bald to Mrs. J-.., in perfect  confidence.���������r''Do you know mine is the  prettiest baby'in the world."    "Well  r.eally now, what a coincidence," said  Mrs. L��������� "So is mine."  Gus de Smiths���������Do you know my father Miss, Birdie?  Miss Birdie.���������I neVer met him, but I  believe he is a very modest, unassuming sort of; man.  Gus d"r Smith.���������You're right. You  can get some sort of an idea of how  unostertationus ha is when I tell you  he does not brag about having me for  a son.  Trembling female (to sixteen-stone  polIcemau)!-r-VSay, bobby.y yould you  come up to my house and speak to ray  husband. Tdo not want you to take  htm. I Just want you to frighten him."  "My good woman," was ths reply, "do  you think I was taken on the force to  ccrbw?M.' ..������������������'���������  The Limit of Toughness      '*   '*'"'"  ��������� They were seeking to impress th������..  stranger:���������  "If youA really wish to get au ��������� idea.''  of the toughness of New York toughs,'",,  announced  one,'  "you  should by  all A  means attend the smnual. bal' ."Hlven b^"-.  the Gorilla Club.   It is absolutely the  toughest stunt  that is   pulled  .-any- >  where.   If you don't get action there*  for your money you woUH;? g������t it any���������  'Where.".. ": ''...  "Do you mean that fights are common at that ball?" enquired the man*  to-be-Impressed. "Am I to understand  that shootings���������-?" ���������......> . :.^,v.f'-,.....y...'.A? ���������  He got no - further.   One of the others leaned : forward, solemnly,    took.'.?  hold of his sleeve and remarked:  eights?     Shootings i  everjr  single person that starts^to- go Into  the Gorilla Club' ball is stopped outside and searched for concealed wea- .  pons, and, if he hasn?t any���������they givac,  him- miiviikmt-i*.;''. ���������'������������������y'y::-yy'''':yr:\:  ������������������������  ' ���������   There are, unhappy- married lives, but a large percental oi 'these unhappy ���������  fcossss"<&ts 'd'ae.'to the illness cf ths wife, mother or daughter.'   The feeling- of:  nervonsness, the befogged .'mind, the' ill-temper, the pale and; wrinkled face, hollow -  aad vireicu ayes, fcaui. uiusi: often from those disorders peculiar to women..   For  the womaa to be happy and good-looking she imust naturally have jood health.  Dragging'dqwn feelings,  hysteria, bot.flash.es or eoastantly returning pains and  Bohes���������-lire too great a drain upon a woman's vitality and strength:    Dr.' Pierce'"  Favorite Prescription restores weak and tick women to sound health by. regulating and correcting the local disorders which are generally responsible for -ho-  above distressing symptoms. >  "I ���������uffewd greatly for a number of years and for the cast thn%-  > years -was so bad that life -was a misery to w������e," writes, Mas. B. P. Dick-  ovEit, of Utlca, Ohio, Route 4. "The doctors toW me-1 would havo *���������������  so to a hospital before I would ever be better. A year ago this winter  and aprine 1 waa worse than ever before. At each period I suffered llk������������;-  one in torment, I am the mother of six children. I was so bad fojr  five months that I knew Bomethiiur must be done, so I wrote tapr, IL 7.  Pierce, telline him as nearly as I .could how I suffered. He outlined a  course of treatment which I follpvred to tho letter. I took two botuea-  of 'Favorite Prescription' and one of 'Golden Medical Discovery" and ���������������  flfty-cent bottle of Smart-Weed,1 and have never suffered much since.  I wish I could tell ev<ury suffering woman the world over what a boon  Dr. Pierce's medicines are. There is no use wsstinn time and money  doctorinff with anything elso or any one else." ���������:���������.-.������������������.  the Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo,  N. Y., answers hosts of delicate  questions  about.Which *  every woman, single or married ought to know.    Sent /������������������**���������  on receipt of SO stamps to pay for wrapping and mailing only, '  ���������������>���������  Has. DiclcoVBit.  fl  iiiHI'  <^?  Which is his  .11.  A   prlvulo  soldier    onco    rimdorcd  some slight service to-tho-first Niir  p0lfM.11.  "Thank you. captain," said tho om������  i)������*r,ir,  cfuri-liiMMlv.  Offlclnl flgin'os show that Now Zen-  land Iiub nearly 25,000,000 sboop.  Soro Throat is no trifling allraont.  It may carry dlocaso gormn to any  part of tho body through'tho food you  cat. Whon you fool soro throat coming on, uno ITamllnn Wizard Oil.  j^���������^j^jj^jJi^^l'Hjl^t^^Sij*! |A m m ^^^^t ^M^J/m^^Lmmmm^HmUULmm^mm\Wiltmmmmr  TmUm,������0 0mm. .-  ^mlmWmfW  W.  N,  U.  Ho.  BBtB  "Am I rcfjv-lvcd to vvhnnco wedd-  "lu what roglmont, sir?" wah    thojjng  K\ttn  in  the    dppnrtuiont    from  IriHltint  r������iHponHft  of Iho   .lulcU-wltlcd I vbloh ib'-y w<*ro pnrcliiiK<!C(1?"  IM'lv-itto. |    -'InuI ul. all," nuld  Iho  uhop walUcr.  ^n my KimriUi," rnplh-d M������������ 4-iiipcr* |    ...nillllk  yoM|  i   would  111...    lo    ox*  or. pleased with tho mnn ������ ready iv-,,,��������������������������������������������� ��������� ,.0M0.t,0Wj ,or tt i,yillK ���������,-  lort. ...4.   ,.,.i.,,.. ,.t ,.i\r,t.,.\s',.  ,h,i v<..i .....vi  Thle inclUoiit. wlih aniiropriui.; \ai-  ,uHt'u crow.,  tor Mioho mlvmhuMl  In-  Hll-llitlnliH   OU   'WIIHI    to   On   111    UiOlo'.'"  Yt.'H." , ,  THERE'S no mistaking the expression of a man whose farm is well ,H.itnpr'6vfc'd_^' '  He looks as prosperous ns he feels.                                                                   -! ,P ' A  It i&n't the size of a place that courit.i most, nor its actual dpHars-apcl-cents  yaltie.    It's rather that "well-kept," thrifty appearance; the appearance that nial-tf_"  you think of fnt stock, and well-nlltvl barn.s, and comfortable, contented living.  .   .y  Neat, permanent improvements f;o farther in giving a farm this appearance than ,  any other feature.    ,.,,..u ,.  ���������   Concrete.;Is. The Ideal Material ":i:  "'<. (.���������,������������������ , ' ��������� i���������.>    .. -. '..1 ���������-���������.������. ��������� '."������������������'���������...'  for such Improvements.    It Is n<ni>lf hnmionlzln^ with Its surroundings in the country,  laveirhuttln*.  It cannot bn Injured'i by ilr*, froni,  wind  orlleh.nine.    Age���������-Instead "of ii'rr,,,i:.  ouubIiik It to doeu-y���������actually mak-v-ii It str^ngor, .  ,      .       ���������>,������������������''  Qflncroto novor needs repair���������DrAt coat la last cost.   New Improvement*,pftj. hi). /MljSejd/'fWT.'  yoar aft.������r yeur with len������ expense'tlmn would be required to  keep Woodai. stvueturoa  In. repair. ,;'v't  '^m. v   -'.t.'-v. w-*  Conrr������>te  wnlka,  foedlnpr  floorn, dnlry-harnn,   IcA-hnuana.   root-eellarM, 'Well-curbing',  fenco poatu, alios���������whioh of these doe* your farm need moat?    Whatever you want to*������������������''.'"���������' '*  build, It'w bust to build It of uoncioUi. .    , ,    ,  ..  Do you want to know more about this subject of permanent farm imprevemontsT     v <  rPh#4������> wrltrt for vour oopv of '      >  ��������� i'    '  Mx:  . i. ������_* /���������. ,,  " What The farmer Cnn Do With Concrete.  ������������  I     l������il.4,l,.44        4,4.-44 4    .������        |.       'f     .' ."' -'     '-        .���������������  ���������v tin ii ,   i vim   iii."   Trri iii'v,    ''llll,-    f'ui  Ihvuh' AI1������i1|i1iii������.   r.'oulH ' XIV.   (lhnrl(>. I  initi.'iM*   AIi-miimI.-i-. Klim Alfn-d. Xor\-      "Anil what did you bhI,'."'  ���������������������,   IticlniMl     i 1m*     I.U..I-... it.^J     and       ��������� .\ nikp wub mm word prlnti-d un ll.;  It'a a boak of 140 pases, telllno hew othar  rarmars hav������ used tha "handy, malarial" to  poAd advantas*. Pt'Wlshed to sell- at BOe. a  oopy, it la now balno oltarad (raa to all farmers  ,4t.l*^     %Mr|4A     fA4*     |4> 44 #.,! 4*44,4-.4  tt!RfiiCAK)AI)A ttHSl C^mmAa Camant Co.. Uil-  53 bJ    N*Ho���������1 Rank ButUM**. UmUmI t  (  a-r.NO mc  YOUW   -OOK.  Il.-ni-y ot .miian*'  ��������� i.   ii"  4        '.-���������   !.' rJCT-MWc'-iiry;'. -:-:A*r.'**  i.*\'4..*t������.������  HffiiTTi-n;.::.!,,..  tHiifenwiilirt  *l*^������  ri   liiiii'iiiTiiisianiwiiia in 11 iMiiaisaiiiiiiiilrwMMMeeajMi  mmmmm  *mmmm  _M_MM  mmmnmimm -.T.r '.'..'.jijl!^,',>;">r'^'
ftKreef^iss^ialsA tb?AA��l�� A?-j��^<^lS��^
MqrtJ&gHbi0&ate'syX Our ��������� ��� low ^ 'average
tei-opAitJwefiuiteiy oh the same land lin-
\""""*^'      '���������.until she bwne- is iii danger of pov^ F.aiiv/ay   which: is aot only "buslnsss-.
yy2fyMyi'02y&y leiiy*Sphere IsAimexageerattoirlid theUik
,.r.������,,.:.:...,v..,.--������'���^^^������- -p^ay.be made-two-foldA^atAifeis^by! ���-'���; -"**--"���'* "L'-:,'t:,"-r-* .���^������--^-���-.-.���:^^��,.-
statement that bur yfarmAAprbductibn
the mere application of more careful
methods ywithout-.--.any: extensivecultivation.? whateyen^^���JamesA J^rMllh?   >���:
���:'',-' ���'-^W^A'SS'S?'!��^^
��� T,>:   ... yCt'-.yf J-.-V, TT-.itl.v^.SKilJ
-..'.'���':; :���-.���*>:W':,,,V.W i'*j;ijg(5S.ifiiBi!;
.    ���i��lllftil<��inB-T4-:^3
Ay: A.'- he^s^ife^
:andy farfea :-i$.',Ajno.#j
*&?.&., ^.M*--**.*56 wilt i-eiisuit; money A4S 2?.��3q
OU.TAUUwi' isiis-:������**��' cure \acy  ess* ��**
Uoisinis,   Blind, >B!��aaiaa ?^^- ^
fUwsu 4, to 14 day*.    ^"'L'	
fc'g^&rlewc-d motfee-�� say \
'.':'���-'.'���" ���'*!���' ���.*������.,;���.;'.'.��� v.-.--,;.:   "���    .���������'���'���'���'X   ���',. ,S
yX It w het-bal^nd poisonous |
��mn.era! eoloring.
11 is antiseptic���preyerlts
; cuts ancl  burns taking  the
?| wrong. way.  'A.
*       It is sootning���ends pain
.���quickly."'-?-    ���
A   It heals every time.
A Just as  good  for gprown-y
' tips. ������ yly ^'XX-' Xi X ??.; v y y-:���; y ?      ?A
;   SoldJ of oW atore$ ttftid
��� ^Whatever might b_ said to theAojs*
credit of; Chinese warAm&thodSi, they
nave been killing ho one? but Chins*
m'��n ���������'��������� ��� ,;,/ ?-'.r-?'':'
'A'   ' _4'jfc-,l^#^T
��� ,vA:??l2'��8
;y-. .:?A-  ^.;:; The Prsdfga-'s Slh
A, young New Kayen man, returning home from a,. health trip -��� to Color-
~ado told his lather about buying a
.silver mino for ?3,000. "I knew they'd
rope you in!" exclaimed the father.
"So you? Were ass enough to buy a
.humbug mine;"      -
"Yes, but I didn't lose anything.   I?
:��brmed a company and sold half the
stock to a Connecticut man.  for'��� ?7,-
��000."       y yy - V
���;'   "Y-you did!" gasped the old man,
-as he turned white.   "I'll bet Fm the
one who bought it." .;.?..,��� A2y"
���  <fI fcaow you are," coolly observed
the young man,  as  he  crossed  his
Jege and tried to appear, very much
: -at.home./,:
... ABaby's Own ATabtetS' are a -safe
medicine; for little ones^-the mother
may feel sure of that. , Thoy are sold
underykh.-]absolute; guarantee; of;,a
government analyst not to ^contain
narcotics or other; harmful drugs���
they AcannptA possibly? A 'do 2. harm���^always good: Thousands of mothers
who have used them, can vouch A for
this and: once a mother A has u'sM
thein for her little ones she always
keeps them in the house; The Tablets quickly relieve and euire all the
minor ills >? ofr babyhood ���<; and A child-
hpodA AThey sWbeten the, atbmiibh, re-
gulate the^^^ bowels; expel Worms., break
up colds and make baby healthy, happy and fat. They are sold by medicine dealers or by- mail atA25 cents a
bos? firbm The Dr; iWlillams' Medicine
Oov B.roekv.uie, Oat.-
; In addition to equipping ? herARsd
Cross corps with ordinary motar carB
io enable surgeons to respono quickly
to caila for aid, Italy will add' motor
It Bids Pain Begone.���When neu-
?Talgla racks the nerves or Aluuibago
.���cripples the back is the time to test
Athe virtues bi Dr. Thomas' Bclectrlc
: MOil.   WeU rubbed In it will still the
:pain and produce a sensation of ease
.and rest.   There is nothing like it aa
^a-liniment for itB curative properties
iar�� great,   Atrial of iJ will, establish
??-faith:;in'it.-Av.'y-Ac'?A?   --n-A.?,' yyyX,,
"Before we were married/' sighs the
-~fond wife, ":ycU used to? call me up
ty long-distance telephone just to, hear
my voice."   "Wall," retorts the rebel-
;.ious husband, "nowadays you don't
"let me get far enough from you to use
yOxe long-distance."        A
English engineers have succeeded;
,;?n ? "building a paper-making machine
>4hat will turn out 650 feet bf npws-
���pStP&t  175 irichss wide, a.minute
Prom the captain of industry to the
���liod carrier���from milady in tl^e auto to
���the woman with the scrubbing brush���.
-the accomplishments of every one of us
depend absolutely on the accomplish-
?. ���.mehts of our stomachs,   Sacked by a
.good digestion, swan can give the best
that i3 in him.   When his stomach fails,
'.he becomes a weakling.
To this loss of power no one need
-submit. ..Right Ihabits of eating,
������drinking, sleeping nnd exercise, aided
hy Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, will
^restore end maintain the full efficiency
' of thchuman mind n'tid body.
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets contain
the active principles needed for the
"digestion of every kind of food.   They
..go to the assistance bf the Weakened
; stomach, and enable the sufferer, right
from the start, to assimilate aud get the
"benefit of the food eaten!   With this
assistance, tlie digestive organs regain
��� their tone, nnd soon tlie uaeoi the tablets
���Is no longer necessary.
If your stomach is hot working pro.
pet-ly, try Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets,
50c. at your druggist's. National Drug
and Chemical Co, ot Canada, Limited,
Montreal. ixs
^mmmmjmmZmSmmmm^Zimm^^mimSSSimmS |
of wounded uiea.
- A Real Aethma Relief. Dr. J. D.
Kellogg's Asthma: Remedy has never
been advertised by extravagant state-
njents. Its claims are conservative
indeed, when;; judged by the Acures
which it, performs. Expect real-relief
and permanent benefit' wHeh you ��� buy.
tills remedy, and you will not have
cause for disappointment. It gives
permanent relief in iuahy cases where
other' 'w-j called ^remedifes have utterly?
���faiied.iT:'v,T': ��� y^yyA^yy:'yy:yyyyyyyhyy-
'22:   The First Consideration   ;
She.���This place doesn't agree with
me. .?,"..��� ���������������':.-'.. ?������.'.;.:.������
? He.���Why don't you leave?'
. Sne.���Why, Fido has gained a pound
since we came here."?
Minard's Liniment Cures Sums, Etc.
?'AThe son of the English Prime Minister Ib not following his father'sA'fbot-
steps, having begun; a business csr^ar
by;-;;making,a ,stud^;ojf .Argentina.and?
leader bad a busine-sytrairiingAtbrrhis
political  position.   '.        . v?2:yy.y
ers; Thb traiht AcbhductorA has Anow?
nothihg^at all tb ^oA^itiiA-heAhari^llng.
of tickets or ?eash.-A AKisA'l^S-^sSi^as,.
is the case of a, shlp'e -aptiia.i-> isApur^
ly to manageAbyis traihAahid;���^$ho2-pl<;.
ficials who opeiute it; His Authority
is absolute. The ticketea��dAfore8;arb?
all collected by an>offibiaT?cbrresppiid?:
irig t-o the .pursuer^ of the AM^rehaatiie
Marine,; who ; is '',.fenowhA'^:as?:A? ;"traiii?
agents and whose only diiti: Is to? look
after the fares. The editor A of ;ti��b
""Vsnlileek ��� Hill���'ilsview"-"has"this-'"tb
say of the G.T. PA train;agent: ^W>;
is a�� official that was hewAto?iiieli^-Ud
i was particylsrly interested IiiAh**-1
because of his extrsmei^ pbiitenessAtpr
and cbhsideration for, his jpasseUigersA
Jn the West today the Vtwitn-ragbutiv
steps up to you and makeis^! a? pleasant
remark upon the weather, or; bids ^ob
"tfop time of dav " ��?h' coueiudesAv/ith;
'^Yoiir ticket, please," He A ^^sA; patiently until he Rets it ahdAthbriiAiU*
Variably^ says "Thank \ ybii." A ;-f A you
aire going far on the train hs? Will tell;
ybu about the hour you will A get Atb
your journey's end. if your trip? is
sh(?rt"lie will tell you two, three ybr
four stations, as t>>e case may be and
hand you .aAh*�� ^h^ck. ,..-'-:?,?;?A?'?A;AAA^'-A
"I watched the first Mtrbiiii? a^0?r^'
I travelled-with ano is treate<r every
pasisbnger in the car in the isame> cbiir-.
lebus manner/ It was pleasing toAset-
it^ and I tell ybu *������ **'-*^<;pd t^��.ti*f}^;��.l-;T
lers! a A mighty sight better than? the
bid time > poke in the ribs.: A : yi y ; ��� A
? ''���I.ater I; travelled on? a, tocaiAtrain?
between Watrous and Winnipeg-and
I; determined to watch if ?all Strain
agents" bh the G.T. P.'were as polite
as the first one I saw. ? i wasy-riot
doomed?'to disappointmeht. He -was
even more courteous and considerate
to .every, passenger."   .
Industrial Accidents in January, 1912
'There were 86- fatal^ahd 214? nonfatal industrial accidents recorded by
by the Department of Labbr ; during
January, A1912.    This is, a ?more; favy-
orabie shovviug tha'u iii tli6 eGrreSpGB-u-
ihg month of 1911, but less favorable
than in December, 1911. Twenty-three
men Were killed in the railway service'
and fourteen in mining. Of the- lion-
f��t^?'??^ciSbntsi' ythe'- 'largbstA"auniB.-r.
was aiso in the railway service, na.me-
ly, fifty-six, and the second" largest in
the inetal trades ^namely, 51. The
most Aserious disasters of the m,OO.tii
were the derailment of a wrecking
train by a snowslide near Kevblstoke;
BiC..,. in which a brakemanAaiid? .three
sectionmen werekilled; ?arid; a premafe
ture explosioh-T of dynamite on? fcJaina^-
dian Northern construction work north
of Nipigon, Ont., by which two laborers were killed and five injursdA AA.
fireman and a brakeman were killed In
a - head-on 'cbllisiom. near Brockviiie,,
om-ypyy y- a Aa 2XxXXXX-yy 'Xyyyyi
- AyThatSsfes fc^ebiAneater, pHsper, daintier, more sippetizing;
, The one biscuit good enough Wtake the place of yburow't b^]c^lg9,
.;?:J?reah:.as the.biscuitsTfrom-:y<)ur'-own^bven.-..u,'T ���:��� \,./y    ;??,-?���>-.-;..:'���: ������ 'iyy^X'y
;j^ihk^      that nseans! febdom f^bni a broi on theporbt
or in the parlor.    Time to <3o th<�� **ttle IchiclcJchaLck^ thkt have been ne^lecte^.^  ^ ^
Are this creamiest, crispesfc crackers .ma.tie.AA
They s-re baked in the big sanit.ary factory in Winni
right at your very door;. "A yX-X v'A; :y'XyX> yy'Xy y'X-
��� Us9ASa00.il E V
ana   De   sure   ot  a ybiscmt
"gsuj ����� *JiSCUitAtMat will satisfy fche i-aniUy/
in tempting padcages or sealed tins
?,'.Ay.T'A.,A:.-'A" ''':^yx>u-preferi?; A A-'-���;->,:?;
j No More AVprry A A
:   Two young women have A become
tellers in a Boston bank. Alt will be
perfectly matuiral for? thbiaistbitell.
"'All the bars usedrA^h/AjtKe^British
navy are maade of -;whitef;spruce!grown
fnthe Queen Charlotte Islands, off the
coast of British Columbia..? A A
^MiSi%MMw %mP Om1^
mlekly stop* coa^hs, cvr-s colds, facal* .
tha iferoat ��-id lun^s ���   ��� '39 ceatsi.- ���
Making a Backbone
If it is i true, as we are convinced
it is, that "Agriculture is the backbone
of natioas," then it is time that the
brainiest and' m'ost.energetic; young
men of all nations should be sent to
agricultural colleges to study farm
science and farm management.
How Chickens Avoid Cold Peit
A Humans are not the only ones'who
are afraid of "cold feet" nowadays
according to Farmer William Bren-
nen, of West Pittsburg, on the Sib*
benville pike. Of late the chanticleers
and hens of his farm yard ha'vfO'.ud
a method of clrcumveutin-i >.=��;���;>' 'vea-
ther with the aid of tae s.i��-:*u
, In a recent cold shell Brennen was
surprised to see the chickens a.hd
roosters using th. sheep as chargers,
riding them about and occasionally
dismounting to pick up a grain of
corn. Then again they would mount
and lie close/ like a jpcltpy during a.
race. Hediscovered that tho chickens
snuggled up in the sheeps' wool to
keep warm and dug their toes Into'
their backs to keep them from freezing off. They ride the sheep frbm one
stable to another searching for food.
���t . X.'.,-.-.- '  ��� 1-^.w.. ������ ���^-_44. ��.^.      4,  . 9 _,.
iwiviii^   w>>p< GCSucilvcuiy... eniign:
The Department .of: Labors pries!
record for January shows the general!
price level the highest known probably A
within the present generation, certainly since the early eighties. Since
the middle of June last, a pronounced
and continuous upward movement has
been in progress, and though there
was a short breathing spell' in Decem'
ber, January now shows the highest
level Aoi ail.. The Departments index
number which is based oh the observation of fluctuation s in 26J. commodities selected for their representative
character rose to 131.0 in January,
that Is, general prices were 31 per
cent hig.her in that month than was
the average for the decade 1890-1899,
which is taken by the Department as
the standard of comparison In constructing its number. .Compared with
prices in 1897, the lowest year In the
past quarter century, prices are; now
at least -45 A per cent, higher. ?? The
recent rise is particularly serious
from thb cost of living standpoint in
as much as it is due to industrial expansion having enhanced thb price bf
materials, while the reported shortage in the worlds crop has pror"""-'
a like effect on the price of foodstuffs.
;;��� So o.3 claims to be,the'' only perfect-;
if umpire in the game?A, O&what dbeS;
?hb.?hase. the claimT^'A;AAA A^.t>\A . A;.' '���' X'y'
A "He says he'salwaysabused; by both
bides instead of by; only; one."?
I A!?r!7 DDAST!^ SSI2umvtw^rmti>ir
liiuiijc rwurua w ituibji.ijdiui.&
iiiriclis can  lie maae Jtrom Clay,N Shale
or Sana.    Full information upon request.
.Tho Bore  Machinery,.Mfg. Co.,; t-!mltsds
Toronto, Ont.;/,;���.:
^iiii ��HJ-t.i nil* i��ci
st-ever made'-'andare '..
. ;guaraoteod-'t.o-give you; satibfa'c- .:-
���:. -tion. AtJ>U,dealers or si*hd us J)5c | ���'.-'
.y.."~staiynci   sty It , arid, si^eir'e.qui'rpdr' ������ ������.
-'- .-'-���'.��� 5 8 Fr'asfer-^Avfe.,-T-oronto'^On-ta-T-lo���-+
I dyed ALL <<">�����
���^   <s���^       of Ooodo
I used
8ONE m"��Ml KINDS'"w����|l   I
���_n-HH-M-_HMMM-Vl       I
IOL-.AN and S11MPLB to Vm��. I
NO f h*nc�� of-4-lnB ll.* WMONO Or. .oir'rti* q��ort��S
| ;ltm io*u>i<m'Hlch��r4Him C��k. 'imitvt^MoiumM
Pcllccman���How many people woro
In the car that ran over you.
Viotlm.������ W-hnt'H the population of
tho United States?
IVIInards Liniment for sale everywhere.
The Paclfio Ocean covjers 68,000,000
Sfluare miles, the Atlantic 150,000,000
and tho Indian, Arctic and Antarctic
42.000,000.    .
mammmmmmmmmmmmi ��� _* ii-i*, ������������**���'
Corns caviHo muoh sultoriug, but
Ilolloway's Corn Cure oft'ora a speedy,
uuro, and satisfactory rollof.
I ...       I L_j ii   m\ rnii-.-ur un   ji '" '"��� i T"*
An nnndnontod Bcotchmnn mndo h
fovtuno. Ono day ho and an acquaint-,
ahoo woro talking, whon tho latter
aald to old Duncan: ��� i
"Say Duncan, yon don't know enough' to go In when it rains. Why,
you  can't oven spell 'bird*"
"B-u-r-d," said Dunoon.
"I toll you, you don't know anything;.
Why, If you had to spoil to tnalco a.U.*
Ing you'd havo boon dead years ug>.
I'll b_t you u liun<lrod you can t ^iit-i!
'I'll tako ye" quietly replied Duncan. .'.?.���"���'��� ,,'.'���-���"
Aftor the monoy was put up, Duncan
said   "B-i-r-d."
"That ain't, thfi way you spelled it
thb first time."
��� ���% wlsna bottln* thon."
Mr. W. F. Donning,' who Is perhaps
the **T''��t����Ml llvl��i{j nbHK'rvnr nt "'whnoi-
Ing starft," has recently summed up
Mrs. Norman ,L. Dow Tells What They
Havo Dono for Her���P<sop|o TaUinn,
of Them on Every Sldo
Port Daniel West, Bon-iventtire C.>.,
Quo., (Special).���Bonavonturo County is rinsing with tho groat work
done by Dodd's 'Kidney Pilt*i,.,uitd oil
every Bide people aro toeing im-ir
neighbors of aches rollb"c.d nnd ills
cured by tho groat Cauadtau kidney
remedy. To tho manB of ovidonce
already published is now added tliat
of Mrs. Norman 1*. Dow of thij- plnco:
"���JI can recommend Dodd's Kidney
Pills ao 'an excollont remody for rheumatism'and palpitation ot tho heart,"
said Mrs. Dow. "After using ono box
I was greatly bonefltod,"
Dodd's Kidney Pills cure rheumatism and palpitation of tho heart, bocauso thoy both como from tho samo
cauBO-*-lmpuro blood. Dodd's Kldnoy
Pi'Js make tho kidneys . right, and
whon. tho klduoyt. nro rlnht thoy
strain nil tho poison and impurities
out of tho blood. Cure the kiduoys
with Dodd's Kldnoy PUIS, and you
can't havo such diseases as rheumatism or palpitation of tho heart.
Mss. Wmai.ow'8 Sootiiino Syrup ha.i bcea
med for over 8IX-rV YBARSby MUJ40NS o!
Is the beatressedy ��cr lil.-r.KBCSA. IC te-OS
BoUilely hannlenH. Be sure and aalc for "Mr>.
Winslow's Soot hint Syrup," and take a�� etker
kind.   Twenty-five cents ��i *ottle.
Whsn Vc?_r Eyes fieee! Care
Try Murine Kyo Remeay. No Smartlnk~-F��5_l9
Vino���Acts Quickly. Try lt for Red, Weak,
Watery Byfln and Oi-��n��latoil Eyelids. IIlu*
.rated Boole, ia each Packaao, Murine ia
eouipoundod !>y on? oanlisu���not. a "Putont Mod-
felno"���but uaod In snc<soa��fiU l��hy��lolang'l��mo-
Uoo for many roan. How tlodlcatod to tho Pah.
II n nnd sold Br umuelsts nt sfia nnd 60o nor Bottle.
Murlno liyo fiulvoln Aaoptlo Tubo����2i.o nndfiOo,
Murlno Eyo Remedy Co.k Ohloago
Eleifunt . JCuutur Fuut
CitrdB, bnautlfully lltho-
���'lympliod in oolors nnd
rlolily ombocmort with
(fold. Tho P08T CARW
CO., Toronto, Ont.
"ryftj"   Wl 1 ilif' 'I'UfiT. 3JWISlfiu-fc
This is our new model   "Double   Ball    Gang    PioW^'     Evew'
.farmer who orders ono of .these���:Plows is asked to take itAout in ?
tHe iielu and test" it- Wa; expect-hiris to conipars its ��'brk!"'"',<���T,:!,
:that  of  any  other  high-grade Plow,  and we leave our Plow* "to
to> speak for itself.    Ten daytf; of this, kind of test under actual
working:  conditions   ought to Bring out the good points, or the had
points,   of    any    Plow.   After working our Plow for ten days,  if
any ..farmer . thinks he' Is not   getting   a   thoroughly; good > Plow,
and at a price that saves him money, wo don't want him to koeii
it:    If ho says he would rather return It. we will take the Plow
off his hands,  will give him back?the purchase prices in full; and i
Will pay the freight bothways oh  the returned Plow, ,
This is the EATON way of doing business���an absolutely
fair and square deal by which no customer can possibly ;loae.^
Most people will agree, that such dnoflfer-is better by far than
the ordinary see-before-you-buy proposition. "Seeing - is be.
llevlne"���ONLY believing. But to tet}t an article is to PKdVB
it beyond doubt, and the EATON PLOW is THE PLOW THAT
PROVES  ITS  WORTH. ,        , *��^%*
We are particulai-ly anxious that every farmer mould know
that ho is safe in buying Plows from us. But that in not the
chief reason why we expect his order. The chief reason is the
Plow itself. It i�� ft remarkti^Jy good Plow. Ti-y it yourself,antj
be convlncoa. Another reason is our low price. We sell for-cash
direct to the farmer. That explains why our Gang Plow sella at
$68.00, and a Sullcy of the same pattern at $143.00. ;���
If so, write us arid address your letter to JDopnrtmeht 41.
Tell us what style nnd Msso of Plow yon wimt, and wo will frfvo
you full particulars and show you exactly what the Plow
will cost uftor you hav�� paid tho freight. Our Plow is a good
, ono, and pur business methods are so straightforward that
any farmer who needs a Plow will ilnd our offer woll worth his
careful consideration. W�� have a stock of repairs for .fl.ll our lm-
plements. If any part of t\n TflATON implement breaks becatisc
of dofoot, wo will roplaae it froo of chareo.
kT. Eaton c��
Dr. Ti'omali.'a Natural Hair Flostora-
tlve will pomltlvely rentoi-n gray hair to
Its natural color, and keep it bo. it Ih
not a hair dye and will not Injure the
scalp. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. P��ieo, ono dollar. Sont
|k����1 Mild. AtliiivnH Thii Tiiuiualii -Guuply
Co., iSept.  "W.tt.P."  Box 4B7, Toronto.
epoclallot, r' CvlJogcSt., Toronto.
W. N. U. No. 88B
IiIh  ohHbrvatloiiH tor tho  pa_t forty-  othor placidly
five y^tira with thown rn��"H(i! nurinp:
tho first Bit monfifl ot tho yonr nn
average ot six motoom an hour can
hn ��oe>n\ at tho ond of July tho avnr-
ago  bttMinu io nicreuiH)^ una  uiuilus
,4 ,..,."..  .,., 4. �����,. 4.4V ir>t%. ^..��,4-
��4.4%> 44444 44*444 4..4. 4.4'. 4 .  ..'��� 4^ ���-    - . .-      ���-., ..444.4
the sumbsr .-.a hour t- *m��. The aver-
ago numbor an hour for the ontlra
yoar In 24.
A Deep Ono
"Gouh aU homlock!'! oxcittlmod tho
flriat farmer, "alu't yor Btruolc water
vhJ?    How <loei> havo yor Kono?"
���"Rout a hundrnrt foot," ropllod tho
An* ain't yo dlBcouruKod?"
"Ol I dunno.   I can't nay I ain't got-
ting alone woll'.'*
mm*��mm.m0*m0#*"mmmmwmmttmm ��<n mm
iiuimu HUiuiftM iu j.n��ou uavo uoou
^44 * 4444*..444 t%A )%\r r4|,4fr,)'Vtr,*44 444.44.4��4444>l ,. fS *
ihiit fs^)!l��'k'< m>>1 ��s*'<?*thtarts &i
homo, provided by ardor of tU�� com-
mandtnic uonornl.
Salllnea    to
Prepaid Paif��o��B
All Railway fttftttoit*
M��r��uoba.  Alborta,  8i��k��t:ori��Wit%
QrltUh Columbia.
' To (liter polHOnouci nolda nnd wnnto matter from tha '
ny/item. Wluit flmpponn it tlio kklunyn are not in
perfect oonditlonr Th.y oimnot raopurly fil*or the
polHOim from tho blood. What than? I'irst bnoknolie*.
jxtlua in thu jointu uud inuocju.., fiunuiuil ltuiuluctiisa,
ili-n upotH buforo Iho vyeu, ��� rhmiirmtlo pains,. thei.
ohronlo kidney dlaoano in " -whioh���at urout exponno
. .. ��� , ... , , ���only lomporary rollcf can , bo had. Finally, oon-
���t��nt  nuff-rlnfl: cndlna  In  prumaturc death. ���     ���'��� '    , '
tak�� jm.CLAttK'8 SWKItiT NlTJlE lUIJ.S.   Thcy wm help the   kkW��   and   keep
At lowowi rat��m.
��� <4\I,���4��.H.
444 44..14 h."'444*.
t��or *___. vauouw. i
.* ., 444. .4 �� | 4        4444,     l/4 4.,|     44. ��4 * 4H.-^ 4N.     M. >4W    M
.......   444,,,       ',4..w. 4,,-,H        '.��..�� -
J. ��. Cftldor- O.n'l A0.nt, Wlnnlp.,
The UoBt, ���
Johnflon.���My wife had a quoer accident b of aU hor tho othor day. An
rilio wan walking nlong tho ntront a
nin.n'8 hat blow off nnd struck hor ln
tho oyo. It cont mo ton dollnrn for
tho doator'H hill."
Dobmon.���Oh, that'^ nothing! . My
wlfo wan wnlltlnR nlonR tho Htroot tho
othor woolc, and ad rIio pa��aod a mil-
Hnor'a bUop a bonnet lu tho window
Ntruoic nor oyo, anu it cout mo nr-
toon (lolliti-H.
A   titw   Rouipa
At  an   oxamlnatlon  of  nurnns  tho
youug lady /wan ajfikod by the phynl-
VlltUi      ttiiMi.   ��uum  juu   u��j   tu   buiu  u
4*Alr)   1*1   thrt   h*i��Al"' I 44.,.^,...���� .���.	
l.ho i-Ajillod: "I would put. mv f��W 1 Intoxloatlniic llipmrw havo ltoun mad*
(it Uot water until you were in prof ubo I trotyl the nap of the birch, tho vtuiow.
pomipimtton." ' the poplar and the wyoamoVe.   f$fc{
At a (Morthorn Mooting
Ilia 'Lordship.���So you backed non-
nio La����lo attWRnty to ono, jib I toltt
you to, oh?     ���
Androw.���A'm vorrn plonood to aay.-,
I did, youi* LordBhlp.
Hia    Lordship,-���I    BiippoRo    you'll
pjungo tho next time T vfelvo you a
i Andrew.���A'n�� no uno ��ur��, ray Lord,
flho only won by a whort hoftd.
"For goodnoan nalco, what havo you
Kat that ble armchair ln tbo, ,l.ltc-tec-
for?" '��� ���'���'V
"For pa to sit in at nlKhtn. Hlntor'a
utarted entortanlntr hor boau in the
���'^tn ��*Mt'U*W   ,mi
h Um *m .-,-^*44t- .-      m\i0. m.*m-.m..
*.;. X,  ."**Jf.tt^Ufc^-tt;^
m��>*^.4��iuw. ^j^?.lj*^ffi-^  Bu^l^^TT^^  m}:'  Ijf.������T  II  mi-.  yy  ^iT -  p'?'i.  i', ������������������������������������. -"  ���������ik- .-'  K^  ���������.44-,.-  .'-i,*.-  !!������!#���������'  A/-  IA  ,,, ....,���������.-.-vCsr-'-.-,*"-��������� i'.������4iV?.w.?.M\(.db������4.5iS  ^crawTs  ^jlttl^iiibefi ev_ry  Friday at Oreston, Saa&ish Loiumbia, by the O^atba Pi'iat-  ag sad Pabiinhiiig Coiapaay, L.td.  ��������� ���������;-"'.-:--��������� ..    . ,-. .-" ........ . . :��������� ��������� ' e>: ������������������'���������    '������������������������������������������������������������������������'  yJL&ESSrj .. . %/j^MSSS.Z^ig^y ,v.^.i^.r������i\y.r.g' rtt yy f ���������-, ....t^Ejsajj^^g^ass g-^.ViBS?;-;!^*.^:.:^^^  .ffiiffi'.___-.4_C&_b.';._v^^ ;_\ _-."._.J"-^    ' *;  -1"--*   ������������������_    " ��������� ��������� "   '<  Chester Ii. W-stkn  Editor and Manager.  fr4_TYil"C--l  JLjL.XJ%m\       -  1  a  s  i  Die Review ia the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir-  cui&ting in over one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and;  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities.   Our adver.i~.iug rates y���������  aro based on the scale of the KootAersay aid Boundary Fnuters'Board of Trade, ij  , <I_and purchase aud land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-l  tiseinents, $1 per inoh per month; other advertising 10 cents per, line first issue j  sad 5 ������eats per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates ?'J 00 a .year in  advance. Oar columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of iooal in-  ������4*s������g| and. ehe welfare of tha eoshsnnitv.    Contributions most be brief and  ssgssd.  The ^repressiveness of the Conservative narty in JfcSriiis.li  Columbia during the corning campaign is to be demonstrated  by its loyalty to the principles of a business government, to  the regulation of the conduct of the big projects on foot in  the Province and to the interests pfall the people ancfthe  government. The men who are campaigning at the present  time are standing for the same things that they stood for  during their regime in office. Premier Mc Bride is telling  the people exactly what he hopes to do in the execution oi  railway and other policies and it is up to the people to decKU.  as to whether these policies are satisfactory.  \/OV will make   no   mistake  a       when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.  Travelling  men  will  substantiate this.    We   5'iv   7/Wiij\.  sf4. .f.���������   a *s ' * "-*      ���������������  i ne jueaamg  <av   I ������ study  the  comfort of our guests.  ' lTTu B      4^44^ ^m.      m H %m 4_7  &   \jrraii    ������*eli a The rooms are well furnished in  "������p? ��������� i   ''.'������������������' ��������� I ,  fi _ a matsaer uts-to-uate.  54T.  f Our   Guests 2  I C&U   <s4gain  j      Headquarters for Mining Men,  I Lumbermen,   Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  1  /* B* Moran  Prop.  a, sag' a. .k4 *a tJm *->'iS   fi ','*., 'S&&. ^    4~������. 4. -H    ~  v;������.!���������. .mm i^r. ipg^r uv&$*  ^44  A_*%     #l*i^itt     ^M.      -t-i*^  ^0^"        -g-g^������^^S_f        _|i_fe _>B*A        '/rjll^M^AMA  ^rc.v������   Igiiwiig   ei_    lair    >y_ufl_.ei&rn%&^   y  <5������\/  _     _������   44I4 ^       0-������...n,  Premier Ale suae E^sran ms cainn&ien oi uie riOVmce  in the interest of his nolicies this week, and at evety place hi.  has been greeted, with the greatest of enthusiasm/The  people ot the Province are alive to the respo������isibilites th.t  arc upon his shoulders and by their strong  support of hit  in the non-selection of this Valley.    We do not really need  tn experimental and  demonstration farm here. - Each one'  a ������><������������vii  I 18s O.   _      A 4_&^&JL_iVF-uFI\  Phone 51  A,  *J30S3H  #_i   \j  Tr  . r .������  or w~  i  w  ne rancners nere are  demonstrating yearly the worth of  $  ansier, Livery and g-eecf. Slab!  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  Li  4TO  AU el-sss of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The intent: s������~-i������a ������*    '���������?  " (TO  *..4������ %'    ���������**������44.y   ������  Wfe *-4T������T'ir"i''������~*>Cl     ^���������J       miflffa    4������-444    ���������In    _��������� J     V.I-  >R     vJiJ x i.iai4.-L3 auu  Diiuuiuo i������)x Sa"@ Snu ui!  ������_ .3js.  uajonty oi tnem are ana it is the faui- of tbe rancher  uuo.    oaoaie ana pacK norees������    *������'  Speciality. '^  Age^t ior the Mo-aaughiin Manfg. Oo.      n,.***.*. eM ^_i^.    **  ������������.���������&������������.    ^- ��������� *��������� ���������*���������    * *-srs*"   Hal-   f5*5e  .rx.i 1*7   itT4->444^  <...*%     +1*4%*   *>  ���������>*������.���������������������>    >^������  the general welfare of the people.  Premier Mc Bride is a man who undertakes big projects  H-is policy on roads and bridges fur the  Province this year  '���������7  involves an expenditure of $8,300,000. The Premier believes  that the one great need of the Province is transportation  facilites including both highways and railroads.    He is go-  4������M*^L        4fc^44j ,4W ^4^^l  ..4. ^���������-���������.���������.'������������������f     4^^       ^*������^4^-    ^      ������ 4 ��������� 4.4 4���������������. ^���������^ ^^���������-4. j���������- ^  ThAtr.- -nrnmn  Thitre is ^"&~ doubt but that the few milliosit  spent sow will assist in making  the ever growing wave oi  tirosnerjtv in the  Province the _rreate_*  . g~r ���������g        ^ ~~~.  . ������������      ���������    . .  .A';- On the same plane v/ith the efforts of Premier Mc  Bride to keep this Province in the foreground are the results  obtained for his district by James H. Schofield. If there i_  aby one member of the Provincial Parliment who can stanc  before his constituents and say that vdth a few exceptions he  has gives the people of his district all that they asked for,  that man is James H. Schofield. He obtained $149,000 ���������  the second largest appropriation in any one district ��������� for  roads and bridges in Ymir riding. He brought something  in the way of improvements tD every section of his district  and locally he made his master, stroke by bringing to the  Kootciiay flats the reclamation survey which is so badly  needed. Had it not been for Mr Schofield it is doubtful if  the flats would have been given any attention at the present  time.  Mr Schofi.ld has represented the Ymir riding at"Victoria  in the past two Parliments and during 1 mi time the distric  has had an era of exceptional prosperity. At no place is  this better evidenced than in the vicinity of Creston and Mr  Schofield should have the full.support of the people as a  result.   The Conservatives of Ymir riding are supporting  Mr Schofield  because they know that he is needed at Vic-  toria and we have no doubt but that the voters of  Ymir r d  ing will show their appreciation of his pAst record by return  ing him to the legislature on March afc th with the largett  majoity that he has ever received.  -.-4%>w a** ftjiv  xauCiiv^s arc ^iiockci oauss ejUl 52, sjif ^   e>   ������,  w   ���������    - .  JJQ.J,   |������   aeea xox ante.      Ages^c tor tne Mo^auRhiin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale    Jjg  -,.*���������;���������."''', . . 'j������   I Jam prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains    ���������������  che fruit pr the   Valley ���������if she acreage is   not   producing   ������g   at any honr of the day or nijiht.   Oom-ueroiil men nnd lauaseekers, will    8  _.  j i'e 2^   . ������    ..        *    .     . . ' '. ��������� ^ " receive prompt attention ^  li> you������.ix fl.Of  Duller   I**U.lt tnan    1S "re\wrt   .tj atitr r\<*rt    t\t    thm    ^     f      a 0"^       ������,      a ^"^ ���������-r_ *-  Province.  |  i   is v^i iviwwiuauij i    i %J\\J   %  w phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 1_    S  S3 S3 ^B. sa m  MUX HflSI  ^fSa-f^Sl   Sua  -4*A-_._-_--:--'"'_ii__^'-a*    ,,,������: '-. ft _      a s  . JB      B  i S Bi- B B__a SA 4������B 9 .  ^S  s n m m   -. -. i  wvp v���������������iiiii5 oHsusiy Liaiiip yiHiiiHtjvs auu uiu Burners,  3  $  I  i  b  V,  xjm  I  ii  fi  U  4  ft  our New Lamp Burner will give light six times as much as the old style  lamp burner, and a  clear  waite{  light"  |You can turn light as,high     as you want to���������it is impossible to smoke the  :li msy. You can  burn lamp in room ^  jail night.    No^ Gives   a    steady even li^ht,  does not  hurt -the eyes, burns any grade j  of Kerosene oil, fits any No. 2 lamp, no mantle to break, :io blick chimney to washevery day, always   clean.    Bufuei|  will last several years���������made of the best steel and brass.  nsjR G UA RANTEE  w vi-i,.'". .im v o  iin 11   B   _u &���������  0  ^  1  Some Creston Valley ranchers have taken offense at the  fact that the Provincial Government overlooked this district  when it came to the location of the experimental farms.  They take the stand that a number of the demonstration aud  expermemtti iMium lire not being located iu u������, good Iruii  growing districts a* is the Creston Valley and therefore not  entitled to such plants. The Review looks upou the authorities action in a little different licrht and can see a compliment IH  U   ftattsaas  Send us 35 cents in coin or money order, and we \vill send you one of these  burners  prepaid.    You use burner  |5odays and if you don't say it is the best lamp burner you ever saw, and you are   u">t well pie\=5o 1,   j 1 -;t    w.-ite  u->  a  jpostal card stat.ng you are >ot satisfied with burner and wc will promptly return-y )ir m > lay-    T.i'n   is't!ie..ba-t bar  ncr yet.     All  we ask is for you to give us a trial.    We guarantee burner to give satisfa rtiou one year   or give yo.i a  lasw ane free.    W e will send 3 burners prepaid for $1.  Bi.uwtnia,  HlHUIJIM  pmrmmtn  ^������fft     "T'*1.1���������M4WI.4IW  NATIONAL LIGHT OO , No. 086  Bi.r.gu,   MlchlKiiu.  OttHTLEMEN ; "  BnolOBod And SB oeuts I'pr wlioh aond  one ono pr your Wbito Light Lamp Bur-  ���������i������r������ i������or yonir Advnrf.lHnmnnt, with nn  l������r������tanding I oan uho Bumor 60 dnyr  md if I. urn not woll pleuhud with <aun  my money will bo roturuod.  .Sfwaao ���������   Cown| ^   Name of Qraoor of your City  NATIONAL :-: LIGHT  COMPANY,   BARAGA, MICHIGAN  Kl  ma  ttosmrimmwimmtrmmrirwmm  ������iiii������i.iiiiii.4_mi  mtuKaHfiw  aamamm  .���������.  .'.'4...44.44     4.4'��������� .       4    I   4  ..jL..,4it"T.*4v '. ,  4tw   w  a*,.to >.'v������*.-<4,.,������, , *  ������  ...   > ���������  \ .^������..  '^..^���������tx&vfr..^,-^ ,' *���������>+<  iiiiiiii--HiH  wmm  mum  mmm .   f *���������      i-14 ~     -������       >        4  'V.U 4    -    -.-  ..44-f 4j*..,>'���������.^riw ..J)yt. ^4V  4.\,4  1  <t-r  f  *V,^ gj. I'C-z  )  *  ���������MV-V-lll"'.^'  ' i^w-*l-l   i.  i-:  ���������-as-v* * -j-;^* t */: ?   -"Tir /������/   ���������������-..  raws?  ���������1VT ,  -ft>IWflf4!*T^!  V*4,~  <    '  ���������,li.Tf[ .?*"nm1  Ti.������?.  ���������la'..us*  ',      '-4-VA^i^  ' lyas^^r^^  Aiy --fi aj- i-  eURVOW, Proprietor ,  ���������a  ���������mMiwwn-i  :������__:  'sksATTg^ QF THE *J&M3@mWm������MYm i  '���������---^      '"     ;      . "AND. ,  ' * "V    "   T<!  MM   TUB   MMTTSlH   of   three    certain   judgments   obtained/  in    three   ceitain   actions    in   this Honourable "Court    bj^ween  I  BUR.  '".."���������'   ^jg&ajSJfisa  ��������� l        l.n���������4_W���������.. .iilt4r-~lS.    *^b^-_^j^.  7W������   HOME  OF   TH������  TRANSIENT  COMtfiQDfOUS  SAMPLE ^  /?0    MS  1  g.,4.,4, ���������.^Mewr-4OTrjT������g>a������^taiiasaacBa80B?j  s   Wilis'Hotel  is one of the  ������ t  best    .known    and     popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays,  The dining room is strictly  tit>-to-date and the bar siid������  plied with only the best brand-  of goods.  Preston, tS.^.  S2C5323ESSa5_-53  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF; COMMERCE.  -.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.; D.C.L.,'PRESIDENT  AL������XANDCP  LAIRD, General. MANAGER  CAPITAL. - $10.000.000  *-*_-"��������� r>-r*  Aft rir\f\ f\fifi  ���������SO.UUUrUUU  Paul A.Paulson;   llaintiff   (Judgment Creditor) and  International  Lumber   &   Mercantile   Company Limited,    Defendants   (Jud  ment Debtors.)  g-  W' TAKJ5 NOTICE lint l>y nit Oidfr mfde It ������ht Eopourrble "Mr. Justice Mcrrieon dated the 15������h day of pccemner,- A.  D/1911 it vies nciFifd that ih<- Shesiff vi South E������ ottnay do sell all the intem-ls ot tie ead DfcHt-iidnn.8 m gnb-Lotei J.J, 14  and 15 of DiMiict Lot-451)2. Gt* up 1, Soct������u������y LiHiicr, eid gut-Lot 6, in w>id Lot 4692, Gionpl, Kooteney Distnet, ana  alsuthe lrneiesr of ������be luftudantB in the timber now jtTo^jn? ������>J)d etanding on the inHi/wmg deecrioe������ laude;.n������neiy,  Sub Lot 18, of Lot 4592. Group 1, KootM>ay Dietiirt, tmd Loi 362, G-roupL Kootenay Dittrk-t, either hy public auction,  tender or private salt as the said Sheriff may deem expedient for the purpose of paying the gudgmeai and costs recovered  &  A  rtftireii-TS:  i  I  1 ^^iv^^is  Amniai! Fertl!Ii@rs  B 4 44      4.       4.T^^1-?I  *KfeU  Sow BurfisrFertiIi^|fs  And Reap Dnl!srs*! f  ���������.V^'M  Call or send for  our  FAR-PEERS'   BUSINESS  Tbe Cartflv-iin llmlc cf Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the trai.-.actioii of their banV.ng- business including the discount and  collection of sales n^tes. Blank sales r.ctcs are supplied free of charge'  on dpoUcatiGa.  BANKING   BY   m AIL     :  accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of  ^ Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive' the .same careful  attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's, business.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily a������  by a personal visit to the Bank. , A231  VERCY eB. ICWLER, Manager, Creston Brunch  B. P. Tuck,  ~     Sheriff of South :  ritis  ursenes  Of Vancouver, 8.  4_f.  ������8  Have just received an 80 page illustrated  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free for  the asking tj intending  planters.  I  o-������. mTiin 4.1.4 .������4_i j_��������� ���������- T-    "A    Tt    1Q19  Lr&.i.i!tLr i/UO~oiati uoj. %n. vauuiUj, .*-��������� *>���������   i������ii.  J. A. Harvey,  Solicitor for Paul A. Paulson, Judgment Creditor.        a-v^s a _-,vi^__i������iJsSi,������,4 ��������� y -  -xne aoove saie ispoatpousatinia jstonuuy, A*������/a u������y w jswwsussjr j.'"*-- ������������->������ =��������������� *~���������   ��������� S. P. T������ CK,  The above sale is further postponed until Monday the 11th 4wy ot ilaroh 1912 at the same place and time.  kootenay.  I   full of useful information   g  for Fruit Growers ete.   *     f-  Si Go.  Umitod  The property to he sold is Snb-IiOts Ii, 14 and io of Dis-rici Lot 4692, Ornnp 1  ixoorensy Distriet, eos.sii.lijg tog^hw | ��������� . ��������� <r   ���������      i  4,477 4 aores;Sub4ot_6;in said Sot 4582,Wroup 1,-Ioofconay District containing 511.20 acre?, and also the timber now ^ow- 1   ^ew   Pamphlet   which IS   |  isS s������d standing on sub-lo. 1 of Lot 4592 knd on suh-lot 13, of Lot 4692, Grnnn 1; Koote^y Distri^ and o������ Lot 362, "rc-m .  .    . . =  1. Konten*y District.  . "_'.._,: -   - -   .     vs., * W^_ ������ fe���������a T������rWn������r.io^i  '  The name of the Judgment creditor is ram a. Pamson ana the aatae oi ioe oHuK>w*������ "8-��������� ��������� "-s   LuB-bcr & Mercantile Gosapaoy, Limited. ^^  Snh-Lots 11,14 an*- 15.Sub-X.int ������tand snblot 1 of Lot 4592 and Snb-Lot 13,oF DistriciLot 45SS.Group 1 are regisierea Lfc tbt  name of the B.O Southern RailwayOompauy aud the Judgtuent-Deb ors hold AsBi^ments of Agreements over the saia i-ot-  d are ^ tilled io call oa the B.O Southern Railway Company for a Conveyance of the s������ne subject to the ������"V��������������� ������&* J1  ��������� m terms of the Agreement for Sale and purchase granted by the said B.O-Southeri- Kuiiway Company over said Sub-^ote  The Judgment debtors are also the owners of tho timber now  growing   and standing oa sub-lot 1 of Lat 4592 and 01  Sab-Lot 13 ot Distiict Lot 4592, Group 1, Kootenay District, and. Lot 362, Group 1 Kootenay District.  The whole of the said property above described including the said timber is subject to the following judgments t  covered by tbe above named eiain-iff against the above named Defendants in the Supreme Court of British Columbi*  namely:-Judgment of the Supreme Courc of British Columbia dated the 13.h day  of December, 1909, for the sum 01  844,241 54 for debt aud costs, restored on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1909 audre-registered on th* 11th day ot JLJet  ember, A. D. 10U; Judgment for ?16.4I& 97 dated the 29th day of June, A. D. 1910 and registered the 1st day of  Jn  tain. ���������������^ T-^i~~.44������������. *-- c-tnni va  a^.^a *-ua ������fti-h 3ow ^.f On.nhov A. TX 1910 xezisxeredthe 6th day of February. A. D. 19*1  It is intended hat the sale shall take place at the Sheriff's o������See at the Court House in the City of Nelson in the Pr.  vince of British Columbia, on Monday the 12th day of Feb-raary A. D. 19-2 as the hour ot a o'clock in the afternoon.  i" K  B.C.  CRESTON  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  I -4  I M  mm Rimus.  W. Mobbis Prop.  u/nMP  rftmfmsz  m m  11  > ���������  i ���������  The Week-End Holiday  i  S P. Tuck, Sherig of South Kootenay,  it fs   at Creston, B. C.  js|       A   i KlAL,   UKi-)ER  will tuatViuCe the iliost  ;B critical of ths superiority of our one year u!d  f| trees on three year roots.  9 IB& 82* Z*t> BmJ$S3sS&5*5iW& v.?������* uL������������������mp  ������  Eh!  ii  Under and by virtne of three Writs of Fieri Facias issued on of the ..Supreme Court of British Columbia in three cei-  Saiaactions whereof Paul A. Paulson is Plaintiff, and Inier'>atioaftl Lajaber and ilercaatile Company, Limited is Defend  out. i-have-seized aU tho right, title aad interest of the said Defendant, mfe������rnational Lamoer and Mercantile" Comoanj  Limited, in certain goods and chattels, consisting oi saw logs, rail-way tii *s, cedar telegraph poles, cedar fence posts, port  i������md cement, roofing paper, rough lumber, and other buiUfrug and huab< srinff tools and appliances; and also the yighi  under the Rivers and Streams Act to float logs and timber ia Goat RiVver and Meadow Creek and their contribntaries  together with ail other exigible goods'and chattels of the said defendant   company.  Ait of which 1 shall expose for sale by p������u>U<- auction &g my ofSceiu^.Tie Court House in the.Citv of Nelson, E  C��������� oi  Monday the 13th day jf February 1912 at the hour of Three o'clock in th������ lafternoon.  4* 4*- -       4-  An approximate inventory of the goods an  4>f The Creston Review, Creston and at my office  Serins of sale cash.  I      Daffed ������t Creston/B.C. 1st Febnsary,?l912r  Best of Fishing and Hunting  SiRDAR  exx i  a*>4_i  I  j Star net -*.tw.|  Wholesale |  Provisions,   Produces   Fr-slt     |  General CommlBsion Merchants |  NELSON        -        B.C !  I      ���������      -Hlmi  ..*.mTmmmfmmmmmmmM*^a������SSS-n-mS.m������SaSgS&Sa  Electric Restorer for Men  Phnfinhonol r.s3tor4S3 every ssrve ia tho body  rn������i.pwmwtl1 it8 prope*tension;restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay^2^L2iL������exu*i  d chattels to be sold may be seen at the Police office. Creston, at tho offici I J^A1?!??. j*���������^.!* "SSi- A"SarrrSL������T������  ice iu Nelson, B. C. $6.  MailjedJto^Sy^addrgss. .3riao8-������--������l������ra������  S. P. xuck,  SheriS of Soutn Eootena^ ���������  Tmm\ c Trrsri!Vts3 ths zr ^T-r*  The above saie is postponed uatil Monday, 19th day of Febraary 1912 at thsi same place and tame.  i    S.P.Tuck,  1 Sheriff of South Kootenay.  The above sale is further postponed until Monday the 11th day of M irch 19J2 at the"same placeand time.  .4 S. P. Tuck, Sheriff of South Kootenay.  r  rry Plants  mmmrmrmmmm  ���������  ^Senator Dunlap and Larsons ^Beauty*  ]?wo of the most hardy nud< productive varieties Propagated under toe  most .iivovnblecnndition-s.fioMi thfl R M Kollog*������ strain of p'dig.ee plants.  Price $10 00 pw th >tt������u,a F. O H. Wynhdel 10% di count on all crdeis  with reniittnnw iu Hill rnocivec1. I e'ore Mm oh 20 h.   -  [������������������iiiwiiiii"<wi_t������������----m--wi^������'7 *y������S2Sg*2������Z������SS!  mm ni in f'ifc^yi^-wq_-_w,-*-KM-������gtr  THOROUGHBRED ROYAL  SOVERESGN STRAWBERRY PLANTS  4   $JO PERT HOUSAND  ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED TQ  GROW.  ������������������������������������'W��������� ������-^-w*>  ���������1  ������i  W.K* Brown  ������ DiSEASES'OFIV1EM  PATIENTS TREATED THROUGHOUT CANADA FOR 20 YEARS  Dr������. 1.. -_ K. nre favornUy lcnon-n tlu-ough-  -   -��������� - - liuve  aono ��������� busi*  out. (Jiiuuuu. whoi-o thoy  . . _      iii-HB for over Ro years, 'ihoui-uiida ot patient*  liavo boeu treatoU and cui-������-d by thuh' pi eat  -killtuicJ titrough ttio \-li-tuo of iIiqU' N.w  Method Tronlment.   When ,ymi treat w ith  iiioin iuit Uiiusv y.u &ro t5v.ailiig v.itH rcr'V-i"  ........       lll0y ov��������� ,.,,,4 ovoui*  iUng t������ Petiolt-, virtu*.  oy ticoido your eaio ������������������  \ -i \\>\\>l   Ai.C  EOTS  ulbl- pbyKiolaua ua vlioy own pud oi'ouj'y  .. . -���������._..     4    .    .....__     ...     4...4...i. _.-...eJJ,  1   ��������� nipwrry w rj-moveu ror yoi  ltnow thoy will not   dectilvu jou. - Tu<y  theirowii olilno building; lu Detroit, virtu*  fct*i00,000. WUon they V-oido your en '  euvttblo,������llyonp v..'try is rrmoved foryou  ,������   I.. I  I.  6t*.0O,0Q_.   WUon  cuvttblt  ltnow . _  Kunrancoo to   ouro   all cumlilo ennea.   No  ionttor bow innuy d������������ctcrn Iiav-o foiled to  bonelu youi no matter how much money  you lmronpont. In vniti) no tnatlor how din*  cournaadyou may'lo, don't Klvo ������i> In ilea-  vrntr until you-ftotn Ctrp onlnioi. from tliene  inititor ���������noolnlkU. JC>ou nre Jit. pv������fe>"������  thin tbj������'<"  within tbo Qluioiiiin ot any re-rut  in Bnpplnj; your Ilia ly .cm  m. pre.  lml.il v  hlth  t\%  ������������. Kiwhrtiv, MitnttiAti Dnwcmrn  or btia, K. & IC.  CONSW-TATK-N TOfR  r������������ on Plt������H������������ of M������n.J  mtUo (ot a Qu,������llon  D  HOME, TREATMENT  DooUf.rr-- on Dlt������H������������ of M.n.Jt ������n������M������  to call, w������Uo ������o������ * Qu������tllonJDUnk for   . ���������  ���������   .cgrofn? It you ������te  ftuffurliiK tt-om Uto rcnulla ct pnft UMllccrcs-  tloiiHi it your hiwud ium Uyii (uiulc-d fium  imy prlvtttQ tH������i<n������o nnu yni dni-o not uioi-ryj  It you nro mnrriort mid llvo in dri-ttd <������f eyirip-  t>irn������brcAl(lri(t out nnd cxpo-lni* y<-wr vu*y,  tt you nro nufforlnj, oa Oie rcwill of * >������il������"  BpMit llffc-Dri. K. &,K. '������������������������ jrjow."If'"*"!  Lfky your ������an������ hofovo(hi'mcoi,fuii nili>11> niiu  tliwy wlU UU you ltono������Uy K jounrecuvabw.  VOlt CAM PAY WHEN CUBED  Wo Trofct ������w������l Cut*  VAMcasK vw������w, wr.������vo������w nrnn.iTY,  BLOOD ������nd UIClNAUY COMFI.AINT43  KIDNEY nnd HI-ADDER Dl#e������s-*  ���������ud *U DlM-tf* r������cuU-r to Men.  \A  ���������;���������.  Drs.KENNED1T&KEII  Cor. Michigan Ave. and CrlswcldSt, Detroit, Mich.  ;.r.V������     Uuivi1 slty BhUrl-  iv<t d ii Point Oveyr neiif  V >������u������ iuvnr; Bii isli C lumliia.  ', iic.,G'inii'iiDH'ii': of British Columbia  .������ir.< .I'linji'tulvc Plum for tho  Honor  ..1 ��������������� i������tm< uiid dt>Hljin tor the proved  nnvv University'.'tngethMr with more de-  t,'<U-i-i l*i������ h f.>r ih*- hnihUng^ to l������n or������������r  1.1 ., .o.'iiu . ed cont of $1,500  -������������������0."   ���������-'.'���������_  l-'.'.i.'..j. ���������������. $ 0 000 - Ul ho given for thv  IIWMt HliOOUKAtUl De8l������Urt Hllbiulltoj.  Pirtlouliws   ������������'  iho  couipetilio  pt.fin o; nit * ma.v ho ohtnlued on vequo_<  fr.. " tlv- nn.l������'i-i������i������i>ii.  '.-- nm- Y.c lui. *oi\t in liy July 81������t  r.Ui   (..ii-^Jini.ta, y  ; CHIC AOLIM t-41 m OF K DUO AT-ON,  X\irHan)ont I5nil(iim_p,  Victoria, British Columbia  Saddle and  Harness  M&&p;3ii������3s2������g\  A SPECIALTi'  Dealer in   n;gi    class,  boots and snoes.  '     Get your Wines, Liquors,  j Tobacco,  Cigars,   Poaches*  Pipes, etc, at the  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit Co.  S. Poote, Prop.  / >  All letterf. frotu Canada nmnt be o^ilffetHi..  to our Cnindin.t Correftypiirtftwco'^fJopark..  tneiit in  \������iii'l4*������>Ai  OiH������    ,���������.-- ,>"i- '���������-������������������'������'-  |W-__-^.M0TICE  S "ittSeroonollycrtU "nt ouXeflicVirinriUtiVte ill' JJPtrolt ao'W ne<t nn<l tr^ut  "     SiKu in our  Wimlbor  offvM  v^itl-  ore ^;r  C^re-^,,dc,icei>nii.������l  ibratory for C������i������������<hi������������ nuoincea oniy.   Aui1h:.s. *>u lciUiu ** *������������.-���������-.  DK3. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Wind������or, Ont,  ttr-it. *<4-^444. vn-lvnt* lulli-nBi.  ���������, ���������. .,. :.,....��������� t'.��������� ��������� ,. .m\. .-..,��������� -.���������.  laboratory  jP^P-....^..,..,. ������������������������������  Dr. de.Vsn's Pemale PIHs  A telnbio French re_ul������to>;nevtf fallt. Tb������*o  ������llU u.u v������-4.-_i;v_!v r..;wcrf������i Jn rt^latlM the  uait^r.ilwfl pnrtlnn ut tho female avatar*. k������ium  ���������11 clipiip lmlt������tlon_.   Mr. ��������������� yw% ������r������ ������old nt  Cannot  Learn  Pc ������Hltry'--?lai--ingr  From a Book  There is only one tight  way to learn how to raise- poultry, wvd.tnalcc.  it pay tvom tho start, and  that se to learn from experts who havo neen  through it all.  ,      This is e>  once Sc*/������ool3  of practical lessons, renrt  cesaful poultry raisers in. tl .owe?-1 J.   tt i ,,        .,^,  Thm Course  includom .evorythittK pertatnittR to   Bucccsstul poultry  niiwLwg:   How to geleot m< ost profitable breed*; feeding; marketitiR ������gga  iW-A poultry for prottt; na* ur������r and artiactal brooding; natural and arti-  flctol incubation; layinjr h ena; combination plant; poultry appliances,  .���������tiemiei of poultry; diMafsi ot poultry; poultry houic. and managemijnt;  ' turkeyn; water fowls; squab b; etc., etc.   . .    ,   , ,,  ,   ., ���������  What makes tho Cfiuaraii particularly valua.bio is tho fact that tie  I. C. S. is associated with th* largest poultry farm in tho world���������tho  celebrated Rancocas Fdrm, .at Brown's Mills, In-tho-Pinos, N.J., w"���������)"*  for itb flne Rancocas; I^ghotna and DAY-OLD-43HIX, and where 30,000  eggs are marketed every. wt ek. ,      ,,   _  Tho I. C. S. hxt_.an-.ut UiJ ut anda of CLdlln-n hx j.rtparina this Cmirw?���������  the only ono of Its kind���������a (tourBo  that you can lmt&ter anti n\    )ly iu  "    " ivo iu  , and  r henti  fun it.  . uh the  .   havo  v, ciuica  1  M  ycjuV-'own homo, WhoLher ym  tho city, auburbs, or. coujititi  thatequipa you to. handle ai U  or matxage a laruo' poult;., f  This Courso will help youi jiutsi  xntvny other J. C, d. Coumh  , iuillMiil.LhouHJindu of.menuum,!  S*rkj other walks of' life.  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������*���������*���������"���������������***������  ������  lntMm������tl6u_I Correspond-iicft Schoob I  iHox 8S8, Scranton, Pa  - " "     '    ���������������������������'  Kriri"  ri������������ta i-������il  m. Ir... .ml wlili-mr lurllt.r   4  ���������fallt.lloa o������ my |>,rl, elieuUr Uc������-������ll)Uit lb.   ���������  ruulliy-ICiliilm? Cuuiio. *  *  Name 1 ��������� ���������  yoi, descriptive circular of tth  P<!!>vi1tt*y-Uai������inf������ (*our������:.       J. .11   it in  -indanail It today.  !  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'  -  ^4 44.W. ..444M.4M. 4*^4.4  ^.'^,M44Ml||4tl44������4-������i������^|^^'f-^ 1���������* **���������������-*- '--  J������cMm$  Wt'f'*mtt.l&$  *.  14tV4>  ,. .44(44. ..4W4-..4.      ."���������  44>4.     ...,4������#:.f������.^..*|������.������^4������������r          .......  .... ���������^m������-m*nm,my,ii$;.  ���������i  :y:^  i____iiuaiiiiHHaia  H_ii__i ife;j'4������-,y.^������y������^;������;*^  ;������Efe&*&tii^^  yyy;:;;<y-:'.i%j?at-&}.  t=i  'JM  'Aea.-i.ei.a4s** ->*A,ff,^������_f������'g������.  :l$EMoVj[N<_>   PA i NTS  ���������   *8������  .-���������������  SOLD  EVERYWHERE  REFUSE  SUBSTITUTES  THE ATALE OF THE SAftOlNEi  K  v/e  Positively Guarantee  That a 25-Pound Pail of  International Stock  WW BBS  I  I  55S5r      - B  4__*^.-__      ^_._     __     _  45������svc    s������w  ^;.  worth of Corn or Oats  -f^ffcause it promotes dige^ioa aad a_������imih_.i_ast and  enables you to cut down the grain ration 15% to  better resuife.     ibis  saving  of  ruwu  OO  Siaiu TcprcScQtS  5o.ViI������^   ~  s    ss_n  ;;r:s;   suss   s������ j t>s_������5 ��������� S������555_=������SsS_ f_S ���������"_������������������������ ���������*������������������������������_  M    _  I ic wili  not cost  you   a cent  it you  are not  sausaca.  I See our dealer in your town or write us for particulars.    Mention  | this peper and the stock you own and we will send you a lithe,  ��������� size \oxZ2, of ou? .three chaEspksa staiEoss.  I Infssrneifianal ^i_M������k F.������--iil f!s.   limited   Teirfi-iifi  1  i  ���������  1  i  m  B  I  8  I  =������ *     S^S^ S*r-SMS' ^TtStaHBS   It";  Look better, fit better, wear  longer and .give better satisfaction than other makes. They  are the result of 56 years* accumulated knowledge and experience in building High Qrart*������  Shoes. Stocked by leading  dealers   everywhere,  in   Canada.  John  Mcpherson co.,  *-.-i.    .-.-. ��������� it*.-���������     .n���������*  A Clean Sweep  "I hear you had a trumpliant suav  ���������r. made a clean sweep."  ;     "I may  say: 1 did,**  responded  the  I belle of the beach.    "On the -way to  \ the station, I even became engaged to  < the driver of this 'bus."  qntctuy snps _ .   tha ttturoat mm& talis  3 S cents.  i ne  and  fetch  baby's  nightgown.  UWIMX,*     w������  "Doctor," said the sick man. "I'ia  s^r-ci.^ ���������v, nerves a**e Its ������. bs.d condition." *'Gh, bo," replied the physician,  "that's^ not what is the matter with  you. The fact that you have.seat for  me after ignoring the statements I've  been sending you regularly during the  past year and a half indicates that  your nerve's all right."  Actor.���������What, back so soon? Didn't  the play  take?  Actress.���������Yes, the play took: the  manager took the receipts, the bailiffs took the scenery, the landlord  took the trunks, and-the author took  to drink.  Mother.���������Oh well/If you're going  to-be unkind to your new little sister,  she*!! pat on her wings and.fly bao1*  to heaven.  Tommy.���������Then let her put on he"  or|nira and fetch her ni^htiJown.  Browne.���������Did you over see- a man  who really wanted the earth?  Towne.���������Oh, yes.  Browne.���������Who was he?  Towne.���������A first claBS passenger on  nn ocean liner.  A fact not generally known Is that  owing to the direct route and low*  grade which is one-fifth of the next  best Transcontinental Railway on the  Continent, with the completion of the  Grand Trunk Pacific main line, Canada's .National .Railroad, the trip  around the world will be shortened  by one week and Europe will be  brought just that much closer to Asia.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That  is  J^AXATIVS  3ROMO  QUININE.  Look for tho .signature of E. W. GROVTS.  Used the World over to Cure a Cold In-  One Day.        26c.  "Didn't you cry at all during the  performance of that pathetic play?"  "No." answered the reposeful girl: "I  couldn't think of such a thing." "But  the young woman with you wept copiously." "Of course, her lace handkerchiefs are ever so much prettier than  mine."  Goes Through Forty-t^o Procewseii b������-  y.^re It/Reaches its F!r.tj!yiit^C'A:"uy  tv^BtAof?'us ar-* jamilUw2 wkb >-ihe'i  silvery little sardines as tliey tome to  the table nestling in thei* bed of olive?  oil, and it is interesting to follow the  various processes through which 'they  are put before they reach oar homes.  Amidst the magnificent scenery of the  Norwegian ycoapt, in the ice-cold wa--  tors of the picturesque flords, arethe  feeding beds of the sardine. During  the sunny summer days, from July tp  September, huge shoals of them crowd'  in.' from the open sea to these famiiiar  haunts, which seem to breathe an air  of peace and security. Alas! however,  the. fate awaiting them proves -to. be  quite the reverse. The f!s&*-?r*!������n  know so we!! that the sardines are  coming, and keep a sharp watch for.  the silvery sheen and rippling surface  of the water which indicates the ap-  p*V4-������l,Oll   Ul    VUC   A*!.*,!**?. KOHC49   1.1*    4.4.y44.     44-44.-  lions. From far-away Stavanger conie  these fishermen, racing over the water in motor-boats. With wonderful  quickness and precision immense  numbers of the fish are surrounded  by strong nets, and their doom its',  sealed: Slowly but surely the nets  draw closer md closer, the heaving,  glittering mass becomes more compact, and in a compartively short  space of time the ico-boxes brought  for ths purpose are filled with fish  aiid hurried a\yay to town.  At Stavanger���������originally    a    small  f$oV*lrt������v   S ��������� * 11.4. .*-.       U^**-     ������������������<--.������������������������-    .-V*."*    nAi\rt.fl -'*+f  the Norwegian canning industry���������-ail  is bustle and excitemeut on the arr.v-0  al of the little launches. After soaking for twenty minutes or so in strong  brine, the fish are taken to the sorting rooms tc be graded according to  size and prep&raed for the curing-  chambers. Hundreds of comely Noi>  wegian girls, in their neat, yet pictutv   :���������   _v      t-_i_i.4.    --.^     -        ....  ���������eaiiutj   garu,   mifiui.   ������,������������i*  1 in their saoi������-wh������te caps and  dexterionsly thread the t'lsn on ?iai������B  wires,   which,   \yhe!i  full  aye ^ placed  across wcodeu    ira,mes    auii   Jhuirfl^u.  away  to   the  curiag-rooius.    Ia    the  rooms where ths fish are dried and  cured small fires of oak-bark are kept  burning continuously, throwing off a.  rich, fragrant odor, which permeates  into every coa-ner of the chamber. The   . ������������������     ������������������ ���������V.. 4".��������� .���������     44     -044.4 4V4444,     444      .447444 444 IT     V4a 94$  Ua r.9    ai 47     4S4J.Ui^.     W4*.    444.4.4VV     444     ^> -   4. ��������� J        (4���������4  Tj^p+Ka *w4%j������ and Iii the s^aoe of sboist  ten minutes the bright glitter of the  silver fish ia changed to a dull bronze  as they are cured by. the atmosphere  of the room. As soon as the curing is;  com Dieted they are hurried off to; an-  I other roomful of busy girls on the  canning  floors.  ;       ;  Here heads, tails and fins are removed in the twinkling of an eye, and  the little fish are packed carefully and  neatly in tins placed ready to recive  them. ISach tin, so soon as it contains sufficient fish, is filled up with  pure olive oil, the purest of fourteen  grades. Then the top is placed in position ready to be "spnn-on'VAas ythe  process for fixing Is termed. :\Vhsn  the tins are ready for this operation  they are taken to the machine-rooms,  where ingenious machinery with wonderfully precision and rapidity, hermetically seats the tins. - The paekags  is "now ready for the great boilersAin  which the fish are cooked. They are  loaded into large, round metal trays,  and lowered into the boilers, which  are then closed and treated* with high-  pressure steam for about thirty-five  minutes. At the end of this period  they are moved to the cooling-room  to be cleaned and examined, and  faulty tins being rejected.      A  As an indication of the marvellous  amount of detail which has to be considered in order to maintain perfection, it may be mentioned that, from  the time of landing to the final packing for export, the sardine passes  through no less than forty-two processes. On the freshness of the fish.and  the carefulness of the curing defends  the flavor and quality of the finished  product. Moreover, it. is of great importance that the sardines should be  caught only during the proper Beason.  ���������   Insults; ,W6uJdA..^?9jB^;?Ay:ry;'  A "The tip is air inBult^'S^^^e Chii  cago  Record-herald. ;   Insulting;   the  Awaiter then is what ? keep$;Atrsi.veiling  ������������������isish" poor. '       y".:   y^:'yy:2.yy     "���������"  ''.'���������"'���������'.������������������'��������������������������� ���������'. . ..... ,.vv:J'**;"T.���������.w���������^���������"AAA^A';,  X2& Purftly Vegetpble P.'fi-���������The?bhief  iihgredients  of  Parmelee'sAAVegetable  Pills are mandrake and dandelion;Abo-:  dative and purgative, ' but   perfectly  harmless in their action.   They clealn-*  se and purify and have a most? health-:  Aful effect upon the secretion i of the  digestive organs.    The dyspeptic and  all who suffer from liver ,and kidney?  iaiiments will find in these pills the  most effective medicine    its.^concentrated form that has yet been offered  to the suffering.  "Aud  what happened  ih the Aihter-  irn?" a solicitor .asked'a witness !n ft  44,44(411/4   1.441.C3A   naai*  :U������4LU������4V4      44WUMC     4.43C.    -       _ -     -      -.     ,..--,.  "I don't know, sir" was tho reply.  "I didn't go into the'lnterlin. I stayed  nU    .Vtn   llnin   In    th������>   8n"'*'^na'l,06to."  ������^4A       44.4444.'       44 ��������� v.       *4i       *-���������*..������. ���������---���������5?       -���������. ��������� ���������.������  Minard's Liniment P.olives Neuralgia.  A "Twenty years aso. Blank was a  trrt>n% man." comniffnted ohe man to  another. "Theu ho caught sight of  himself in a mirror, and he liked what  he saw so well that he has stood still  contemplating himself evor since. To  he too easily pleased, and too soon, is  one insidious fr>������ of largest success  HOW'S THIsir  We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward  .-M|   ������<iv  case  of  Catarrh  that cannot  b#  cureti 't>\-   Hall's   Catarrh   Cure.  F. J. CHENEY ,& CO., Toledo. O.  ? We. ;h������ undcraiRned have known F. J.  Chenov for the last 1,5 years, and believe  nirn perfectly honorable Jr. all business  transactions, and financially abie to carry  out -tttiv obilKatlona made by hia firm.  WaldinK.   Kinnan   &   Marvin,  Wholesale ������������russists. Toledo. O.  H&ll'f Catarrh Curo is taken Internally.  aatlHiSr dfrsjctly upon the. blood and mucous surfaces of tha system. Testimonials  sent free. Price. 7Sc. par bottle- Sold  bv all IDruffgists.  ������  ,i5,i>4.siQ v 'TSUe   liaiFa   Family   **ilia   for   Conaii-  '?^^ Aft������ra������fl<^J  ?: W isupplem^^^  ?;;- For-thl������purpbsb-?'-?y-yy ������������������A,..'? '-y.-������������������ yy 2'yyy  2y.yy:^yy -yy2^yy2yy^ ������������������������������������-������������������������������������'���������":''' :  ���������������������������?*t.'*'.". -ms-tr ������������������������������������^A--'-  AWit-?������������!U-*4.W  rTastel^ss.;.  Wm  titeMthtnon-nd Very hlelilyiV In Haprepart- ���������  Hon? ths d!sa2r������9ab!9?,(!aypr of? ths '-natural  ?CodUvsr. Oil !"������ntlr_ly removed, Ai/hlle Us  jwisilTknfiwh' hourlshlns.and!���������;.t!aau6--buUd!ng'  qiiaiiiiea aire roioiiiud,   ThiSH We add Kypi)- ���������  phoaphltea to build up th.s horves. Extract?6f  Wail Cherry (for. the Lungs and Bronchial  Tubes!, and Extract of Ma!������<2 ford, itsi'.f) ?  ^?hlch slds ih ths ssslshUstioh ot othsrfcoiis. .  Children !n ptrtlcultr anjojr ths ptocteni  flavor of Na-Dru-Co Tasteleis Cod Liver Oil  Compound, end quickly regain health and strens^l*  when Nature Is aided by this natural fodd-tonitf  Your Druggist has it 1st 50c and SI.CO Sartl.53.  National Drug and Chemical Co.  oi ���������aaada������ UmiSed.  SlNffllX  ?6H BV-RV AI-MCMT THERE'S A  NH-ORU-CO BPCCtriC BCARINO THIS  TRACE MARK.  SEE THAT VOU QETIV.  .105  H    '   '-B-������-S^'g5S3������?Tii?ffjMSB  Economy  m  ssitle  thiags is jus.  ai  important  as economy  in big tilings  MATCHES  will answer one, of-your "economy questions."    60 years  . It has been estimated that the average emigration from Great ttri'ain  is eight hundred and- eighty persons  a day.  "Are you first in anytning at school,  "First out of the building when the  Regarded as one of the most potest. compounds ever introduced with  which to combat all summer complaints and inflamation of tlie towels,  Dr. J.' D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  has won for itself a reputation that  no other cordial for the purpose can  aspire to. For youag or old suffering  from these complaints it is the best  medicine that can be procured.  c ���������    r \  \J9.        ....*%*. .^J^ 444444444,4..  ilWAVS     AQK"    S7QP    EDDY'S  There was a meeting of new and  and old teachers, lt was a sort of love  feast, reception or whatever you like  tu uttU It. AnyhcT.- all the 'teachers  got together and pretended they didn't  have a care in the world. After the  cats were et, the symposiarch proposed   a  toast:  "Long Live Our Teachers."  It was drunk enthusiastically. One  of the new teachers was called upon  to respond. He modestly accepted.  His answer was:  "What On?"  a Lump ia ihe Breast, oc  a Growth on -any part of  ihs bod^t <Vf ��������� Snre that will not K������������al 1  V^ X'������_���������         ...���������.444        J.4.^1,.    .4..     ---...-.. .-��������� M  ���������s.  jMMt .leave,   v*..*^ M^jt?\4.at#^7 tistr  ISVUi}!?.  sua  mention this paper arid we will mail FRllE >���������*  plain envelope, particulars of the  ff������at������sles3 Home Treatment  Write to^ay.  THE CANADA CANCER ZMST17IJTE. Ei==trf  ������0 Chsrcfc:!! Arc. Tcrsaie.  Think of That  "Why  is   it,   doctor,"  groaned  victim, "that  the  a tooth has to .have a  . '      Cf-KiT-.  ���������   J.4XJ.  the  dear sir," soothingly answered  man with the forceps, " there  wouldn't* be a dental college in/ all  this broad land if it.-wasn't for the  nerves in teeth."  College Humor  A real joke  was sprung hy a student at a university last week.    This  gtudont Buffers from  tlie stigma    of  obesity,  it appears that even profes- r.-<������r. c������^ ,/..���������u������  sors do not lovo a fat man.    After a      m ������ ?   ,,! VePf lo.n  particularly weak recitation, the   pro-      Tommy Cod.���������What is it they call  lessor said:     "Alas, Mr. Blank.    You|a   PCGOlmiot.  pa?  nro better fed than taught."   "That's |    Pa Cod.���������A pessimist, my son   is a  right professor," sighed the youth, sub- ������**'*  who  thinks  there  is a hook  in  The. Canadian. 'Express Company is  extending its services on the main line  of the Griand Trunk vacific Kaiiway  as far. as Minton" which is 56 miles  west of Edson. Offices will be established at Biekerdike and Wabamun.  Episcopal duty in some parts of Australia has its humorous side. One prelate, on his first journey round was  flung into deep mud by* a resti.e  horse. e  Rising ruefully, with his shaplain's  help, and -surveying the piace, the  bishop consoled himself with this le-  f lection:  "I have left a very deep impre?sion  oii ' tuav.   pari,  rate.5'  Np less than forty-seven new town-  Bites on the Grand Trunk Pacific ave  to be put on the market by the Transcontinental Townsite Company, according to advices just received at the  headquarters of the Grand Trunk **ac-  ific Railway while forty-five are to be  surveyed and placed on the market in  i9I3. Some of the new townsitea  are Innes, Csdeux, Kuntoon, Rainton,  Jbtaiiot, Sandor, Minard, Breeze, Steel-  ujngmeers nave ngurea tnat ouv waterfall in Iceland can be made to  yield 60,000 horse-oower and another  50,000.  I m ��������� 44V*, m m ^* m ji ��������� ��������� 3m^m Hit  *m m  -_���������- ���������_-_--  Bourfdary branch, Keystone Stony  Beach: Archydal. Forsppay. Kowiatta^  Linstrom, Bssuank, -'-Darmody, - and  Mawer  on., the   -Regina   -Northwest  44.4 444���������44.444 444^-4 4444������^ ��������� 444. -444 44 444,4.444X44���������.���������,������, .     44.^ V4������������������ "  land, and Millerdal-s on tho Biggar-  Calgary branch. Prongua . and Cut  Knife on.the Cut Knife branch.  Hiding heavily, "you teach mo���������I feed  unysolf."  Photographically io measure and  r-ecord the viibrations of a machine or  building Ih the purposo of u simple  upparatus invented in England.  every worm.  NERVES AT  HIGH TENSION  Necc.-sary In Thi6 Age ,of Keen Competition and Great Accomplishment.  Young and old have  them. Some rKuri* trtem.  They get tired, starved.  SYMPTOMS:���������Loob of  sleep and appetite, indigestion, irritability,  eventually wrecked constitution.  A-Col.ol.c rciiicaica  stimulate only.  Scott's Emulsion  soothes and nourishes,  feeda the jcterves. A  natural nerve-food, containing the salt* oi Hypo-  phosphites. Iodine and  Glycerine.  NO ALCOHOL.  When the Body Fails to Support the  Brain Seek the Help of  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  *��������� ������     n*.i#MH������l������r<  n-ml  mmwm  W. N. U, W*. M*  Nervous people are the sail, of tho  oarth. Thr* groat men and groat women are usually those of nervous tern-  poranuMit.  Hut it talent nn onnrmoim nuantliy  of blood to supply energy to tho great  bruin or a highly t-enslonod hoi-voub  system.  niK*iHt|nn fn11 h hoonuHo norvo forco  Ih lacklrip; to control tho flow of (II^oh-  tivu llulils,. A little extra oxcltemont  lu followed by the agony of a sloop-  Iohh night.. You aro ciasiiy irritatod  and Ioho pallonco, you hiuk tho re-  HiM-vo for<ui which Is-noneuHiiry for ouc-  rcHH niiil l������i ward off d I Hon ho.  Unfortumiti'ly norvouH dlHonnoH do  not right ihouiuelvcH. nnd iiluco your  dlgcHtlvo Hyntom full ii to 1'iiitiply sup-  tic.ioiit. noiiri������liiiii'Ht you irmiit nook ox-  tonuil nMHlHtanco such ub Dr. Clmiio'ii  ..'.-i44.  i'ttmi.  Thin groat, food euro Ih not a narcotic to dftadrui tho nerves. It Is not  a Hiiiuulaiit. ������o whip up thu norvoH to  roni-.wcd effort.  Hr.   ChaHo'H   Niu-vo Kooil   foods tho  I nnd vlmor. It. floodr tho norvons  iiyiilem wini now nrn liiooik, 1110 only  Huimtanco from which norvo forco  can be made. Fifty cents a box, 0  for S2.fif> at oil d^nl^rn or Mdmnnson,  ifki-rtw 4.-  Co., Limited, Toronto.  The Secret of Power  Take from a man every gift but  sincerity: let him be bltrH and di>af  and lame, let him stammer In his  speach. lack education and, good manners; handicap him as you pi a. xio so  you leave him sincerity xaa ho \vPl  command resnect and alteuMoa. flis  work will endure. The worid. w!������ich  ia always looking for the n.al Hun;,,  will gladly overlook all inCir.uitlos. Tn  every relation of life sincerity U the  secret of power. The salesman who  does not himself believe In tho in������"lt  of his goods will jjenerallv.be a failure. The business man who sets  about to fool other people must end  as ho has. in fact, begun, by making  a fool of himself. The clergyman who  preaches anything that his soul does  not approve need look no further to  explain empty pews. There is no  virtue that more mon belloye in and  fewer men practice.  Tourist.���������What interested mo most  In my Egyptian travels was tho raum-  i-.los- .     ,    . ,4,  Londonor.���������Wonderful?  Tourlst.���������Uathor.    It'B a   loot   art.  They could novor make a woman dry  up ilke that now.    If anyone thinks  no, let him rdnrt on n. fuiffrngolto..  "Evory husband ought to malto his  hrldo a rogulor allowance from tlio  ���������start," said Senator Dopew at a wed-  dlnft recopllon in Now York. "This is  hut/ just," ho continued, "becaiiHo  from tho start ovory brldo finds that  she must constantly mako allowances  for hor huaband."  ���������Somo idea of tlio torrillo forco with  which a bird pasfion through tho air  may bo galnod from the fact thai, a  common curlew flow light through a  ploeo of t>ln.to glass a cjunrtor of an  Inch thick.  Tt In oBtlmntod by a hlRh-school pro-  foHfior that '13,000,000 feet of lumber  is wasted oach yoar in discarding tho  unuHod Htuhs of load ponoIlH. Wo  vvh.li ho would JWiV figure cut hov,������  much lumhur is wanted in throwing  away mutch ends nnd tooth plckH. unit  nino how much time lu wanted by pro-  foHHors lu umoIobh estimating?  "On thn one hnnrl." imlil the toaon-  or, pointing a long finger to tho map  ��������� III   l OO   4'.illl<tt-ru.>IO    wuii,   ''wu   llttvu   i.iko  far stretching country of Huiasla. thi  tho other hand-���������what do wo woo on  tho other hand, Tommy?" "Warm!"  uald Tommy, hooplotia with frtgltt.  .. - -...Li       .\!������mw4..������n������i_-*4.y*������,*,..'/.',..������^*.-4ir. ha**,*..**,*.-*,*.������*. -.>.  ���������     "        '��������� .' '    ������..L-.^������'������ rf'A,"..   -V... W.*4������j4.  iMMilHlftlllt^^  ^>#t.VM-t4^-j vv;.'-w(lw)ia^^  vmmm  ������JWWll������lllll1|1������ll|lllll>|lltlll.ljl|||l|l  _3S-t lilflSlB^
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ymyyyy y yyyyy yyyyXXy^^
Water Front
'Ay ;'Aptt^wa,i--.ii 'tlieA;sxtehde^'?teJ^itbiry
.' A;?��^A-Maal.tpljaV; the; d^ai^ ^
'��� hayi&::-;��ibi^ijesh-.''i^
���; sbunbembht :bi.adbt by:'��?emibr;yBbrden;
..;���:���. In the? hpuse tluringT theydiacussioh of
��� ''2'.- ihsF'' resoiutioii"���''��� Ademonatrated.?:i ';AQh-
���  tario will not lm^
: of land 5 miles /wide, for the cphtinu-
''���"'-'A""aaeeof her government railway to
,-..;, ^-thatAport, and asK) finile water front
r Aalcmg thie mouth otthe Nelson, yThis;
ia effect, .vas the gist of the announ-
cemieht made by -'the .'jdiremier^, tin ?.&_,���
sinucti. comment throughput- the corrl-;
? dors. .:. It .was? reported several days:
ago that Ontario would be satislied
by the granting of a right-of-way to
the bay, but that province has been
,,:   granted more.   She has been granted
y ft subsidy of land, hot ?200 feet, the
v*.. ^.ght-of-way width, but 6 tulles wide,
i??y which nevill, extend   for   nearly?   100
'"Ay? miles, and which %iii t invoive-sub-
A stahtially  a  grant  of land of S;200
atires io the mile; or of 220,000 acre_?
A.'.-in.all.A'?"- ?"A,-A^'A-t?"
.'.������?������ yy/Fho Aordpr-in-cpuncil ^ .from    which
r.    Atlie? premier Amade his ? announcement
$22 , prbyides^ for theAtransfer to?the On-
''';"; Atari.�� ^^vermheht; a minister of Ihat
'government, or a commission, a^ipibpe
A AA? of land of ths uniform A^idth-Apf iAI*
.���Av>-;sa8i'6Sf \;.^roBs��&aiag:'..-at: ?-a\^ointvr'fe;.:.be:
y:'���A-''_[<_$_rmls_(l.by the government of On-
;i^6 .froinythes proposed boundl-iy^of
the east side Af<jy As dista.'nce o�� not
morethan? 10hi-ies aa&Acdntihuous
waterrTf rpat;Aai6n^ ffisres
;'fi>'f. t n'^r?nii.y,: - ?APnp riyoviticBTin this cdn-T
I riecti6nTAwiU^.#^gra4nteid? ��meh ^interest
in the river;'���; as AwiU ? ;gerb$t A of the
erection, ^alnte��----Cv, ahd A^eration
of.-. qoeka;?eieyiitorB, ..etc...;:y;:yr'-;: y2y2y:"y.2.
Manitoba to'the Nelsofi. river.
?:-TTVln'; the evieBt,y^no^ev.er, ?6f? thef?,;ter-i
minus of? theAHtidSoh Bay iraiiwajr he-?
ing? established AatA. ChiirchUli and if
the ..province of; untarioAchooses that
?poihtA(stltl6Aas Aaf terminus ?a *ight of
\v.ay 20Gi fbetvwlde' will A be AA .granted?
from tie Hels'onAriver: to a junction
of .ths Hudson Bay? railway and thsf
OhtEtiri6& fedwrhnifeat line have A .'.run-;
nihg rightsoverAit; Ih thieA-Veiitr of
th$ provlhce deciding toconstruct its?
railwi^beyondAthe borders of its dywn
: provihceA the A government- - Tyill' create
such legislation as will f.aYor the. pro:
yince tovgainAail the rights Accessary
?fdr;. the operation of -thatAroad:-���;
Ii^-the yqi^eHh-couh^il no condition
-the railway^ AH that: is Areattired Wis
that the land needed beAchosen Within
5 ?years; Alter that the provlhceAcpn-
$iv��b iahdAojRrhs th^ sMp ^ithc^-A^;
'ihgT? compelled?-��?, build: .vAA-y ?A A'AA^A ;.;������;.;
;^>;Tie^?jhrisdietibii> ot-;-&Maait6ba';. will
esfehi, to the territoryygranted Oti-'j
t&tib ih_ofar;asysepa.ra.te'schoolts-are;
Enco�� r^i^i��^ttt*ai_tfw '
and aim to A benefit Ath^AS^*^A^ha
enters ths^QoxihtryA^-th-sm^licjapital.
Robert ' Cruise,A^M.P^^; Dip^hln
has bei-ttadvdeatihgvsittlV-b_syarriyal
In the house this; sessldDi.^^-irJivihge-
mciit whisrshy ku?r tssttliit^AjiarAseriJ?;
lands such as iare>piiea =-^hf��m6s��tead
piirgoge^ east of? Auak��v A^iimijieB ybe
not- required -^to AbrefiK ?AapA?thg^:A^ame
amount :of ?land; ��� eaoh-yea����Sii8?yis' ? *&
.r��4..l4Afl . .4* -4|.Vfc44,T v4^ni��.t^v-.'C9Ati-l'ui..-.VV ."'.;'.
4��44��. 4^444   ��� 4^^    .44.-      ^.4.....:,W.-.....-V|r,.V,4i;,    ,. r
.... cruise.   .potato.v.ouv :..y.bu��ii./-��jA>.'>?.-..y��*.a.
i^anvacre* it costs ��roirv$i0? tb;i|ip a��
' acre to break up, scrtibAland^1;A1b the
fpre* much ihore is r^ui-'-sa^Sa^nclai-
ly of aA scrub homesteader' thah.of a
prairie homesteader, %ft$n,'���.'.aW!?.a,>osaat-
ter of fact, the fdriner^hpuldtreceiye
more encouragement.than,theJlatter.
^r..;;The ���" siiggestiohA of; 'CM^e^is/lythat
in-prdvewent beAoapitalized ytmd; that
'thevregulatioa of the ampuhtiAh-��?hs,^"
[%d'^attcdrdihgly. In, thiB.saah^riAtbe
usual 30 acres woufd nbtyhfeAcquired
'bt a .man who settled dh Ascrvih land.
?��� ItUs believed that another;Acteftttge
contemplated is in ?cohhectioh ?with
homesteads taken by' farmers Adwning
land adjacent. At present Is. vstian 'is
allowed; to live on hia farm jandAhqme-
steadati some distance away, provided that his payments b^the?jorigihal
property-are' up to date!? A It hasjheeh
asked; that the aTranjgemeht AEpVffur-
^the^r Aahd that if theAdwherAof ?tne
lana;? is Ahsaking ? his payments uibk- the
satlsfactiop of the yinahA?frdihiATsrhom
���he. .purchased it, Whether?ha^sJ;Ul?A to
I ��fi iWr "CM?.1BElSttJjeiZflPITf 'EOS!
Total of Over |��^--D,SC-j Spciit Duf!h��-
v'-:The? Paat: T^^'AViear^Uargea. ^ Amount Given to OntaH
toba Second, and About?Equal Sum
ApportionedI to SaGkaktchewan and
.��� Aiberta. XyXX-yvy.':2XX2 X' vy'' :.'?A;A'
choice, of starting pointy since :It.t is
;r^iiir^;^hat:thST?strip only shaiirun
notimore ^thith>50 miles??atA.any point
'tromy th& bayAA On ? reaching the.. Kelson a ��� further strip, ; not .more Athan.
halt a mile wide, shall he granted" oh
XXXKUBkXX^ --,4>AV7; 4.   447444.444.,
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...........   ..-^vr-ri���T-r'.-��� ���r-
Kn-y��".- .<a/\yai��c4i cr��fy. over ���? land
withitt^the 'bbnhdasies of another^ Mr.
Borden, diisagreedA .It Awaa; the aswabv
he said, as Staking a grant to,. a province for railway constructidn! instead
of ta an individuaLA;    yyy
Ottawa.-;-The priced p&iu Aby Cana.da
during the .past tea-AyearS, y? through
the department of ^^yinteripri for the
encouragement - 6f ^dssirsble A sstt_er_
to come to her shores is?estihiated: at
$S,4C2,G98. ���������'.Thai ihe uepartmeut. liaa
been fairly impartial dur|hg that tinie
in the amounts spent for this purpose
toward the settling of the various provinces of A the >pominiph;?>is ;;eyideht
from the statisiies of ed3t?by prdvinee
which, with other figures * t were ? aup-v
plied on request ihAthehdh&breeent^
ly.   Ontario claims the, largest amount.
A ?AE--^icts''���Aii',Aisi(airidfi;'aBAWeH.y.-;;-y.:
anhe^atipn ofA?Uiigay&.?ha)sAb
cdmed fe
tuitig to say as ���"���to--'-Tith"s --'TssyAyy*'- t��te
bouhdaiy" ���resdlutidhs..A?;T.?A>AT5?;A?y:,?j;y ?:,
y^'I Tsee/�� reiharhedAi3I^4LbtoOT
, we:'-are;..giveh ?the 't��K-tbry?np?Jtij>? :Hua-;
son's Bay but what, about, the^ islands,
the y shdreA'oif:;.Vhga^?^^Th^:cSre:AhQt;;
even'- :mehtibnea'yittA;;th��yFka^
iutidns;T. ������?'..-.': a; ?'?. 2:i':yyyy22yyjiy2WXMyyy
}���" "In 'the\fre8_-luti'Gh.A;WhI-^
tain these islands,.which^belong."ytd
us-jUBt-e^Aniuch as:the shdire.A-;:-;��� :-'
"We^nsked" for all, the islands*. lathe H*4dsoa?g; Bay to the east of the
continuation of the boundary? line, be--
tween ? Qhebec A and" Ontarid. '������ This
w-miitly^giveA us ?not only -.- the Aislaja&s
alongAthe Ashore^^^ line.-vbut Aalsdvthose?
out ih the??dpen.;-., y
���:"I���.', think the omission is inadyertr
ant ahd.it? will osily? be heceeisary to
A;A ���:��� ''y^WPftfrXQ,'*^
.yy-���'���'/:���'''':���-'��� ������';;'���'���-��� v��� >-���":- -y-���-"���'������ ^;.y^:.^':z*yyJti*i&i$��B
it is true, thisA province?'hayihg ?69,rJ^all. theA?^
���^Ohe Of Athe   ?most -extraordinary]^atf dr'hdt, he'be altowei to have a
pment;';wi?'Sir,.Tvyiiiria:;jiA<ir����r. wu-c^Jy, y     -       ;' ���������. ,;: .��� ..-   -'?���.. '-;:t?'-'-_?:?t...?;t.' ,���-..--..
Government" Issues Offlclat Statement
y    Regarding Negotiations in Coal
X~~'22'.'���'��� '-Mine:'.; bSspisteAVA ?AA- v".?;.-'-''��� 'A-
'    i*OBdbn;--The Gdyeraiaeht\acknos5r-
rledges y failure;y toy iaettle the Adispate
Abetweett the cpal owners ahd'thefmih-
? <6rt3.   Breaking the rule of secrecy and
silence,    which    has heretofore been
rlsj-diy observed during the course of
negotiations,    an    official statement
4 "was issued? iregardiag-theAv proposal
submitted by th^rrime. minister to
y the owners and miners. Xy't'XXX
TheA statement -begaaAhy; deciarihg
v,riim^  is
French Syndicate Qapitail��eeAai;??Sir
"��� OCOiQbO to- Builc!?Vs/estern Rs^lSway
.Edmontpsi Alta.--iA; Fres^Asyhdi-
cateAihcbfporatsd tshder ?the?haEae of
the Pacific and Peaces River Railway
DieVeldpineat Syndicate 'is^cbTnpletihg
���he.'���Af>i*ff��ni?atIon   of  a?;'-railway.ycoiii��
.^444441,414.444,   '.' \.��X.O
Because  of Alleged   lll-Treatment  of
;, Chicieee Residents by Dutch Au- A'?:
yX;:':y.:  2yy thorlties ih Java.   ;A'??y
.- A NaiU-ihg.r-rl,he ARerpubiican ;.siihlnet
is engaged in considering the immedi-,,        ���.>-   .
aW cancellation of CMnese treaty re^ pd the Pacific.   A federal chartei' was
-"- mmmm+mmm<   *- m.M% vxito 7i9^k#4i     ** �����_ _*
.p4��n��   c��1��i4^��,.4zsa   a--	
capital A beih^���.���-' subscribedy exclusively
ihAFranee.Afej A'���������: -22. A-- y ''Xyiy2.y'yXy"
The purpose idf the, cbmpah^? is to
build a^:'railway from -Diinvegah to
Bellacoola, B.C.; the roisteA followed
being the ishorteat? frpxh. P"eace .River
l^tiohs.wlth Holland and handing the
NetherlahdsAmiiii-teiS :hi_. passpprts^i
because of the alleged ill-treatment of
Chinese residents by ?the;APatch Aaii:
thorities in?Java.? It. is 'stated; th^.
three CWnMfeAha^yhieeh^ filled and
hundredsA of dtheriS arretted and Im-
priiscnedAla?:thaty^la^ib^^upe they
celebrated .Athfe" A'abdlcations "of ? tho
Chined thrr,he.LTh45^em
Renablieaa cabihet'AareSssidSt indiign-
aatAATh^ assejrted that Athe Chinese
ihA-JS^are^reated "Hkey^ildAbeasts.?'
���are??':?&��-bi^-aBhg- Alii" ?'Athe:;A;reyisibn;":bf'
the   constitution, y r"vuah- vSiii . .Kai  Is?
there ?are|casestlnAwhich uhd-rgrouad
f.TOrtwfeaWg 'T'arjgc", not: aiils?'it2s?..sa.ris.v.s.��� -res-
sonabie A minimumyAwage.;y,They,Qio.Vr
erameht is ��� further? satisfied tha.t ;the
power to earn such wage shouldAbe ,.
secnred by arrangements suitable to] sendxag fuads to Naaking.
the cii-cumstahces ." in such A district,
adequate safeguards i being. hrpvided
tb protect employers against abuse.
The Government is_; prepared to?confer with the Jiarties . eoncerhed ?as' to
the besty;method of givingApracticai
granted, last year:.to; the syadicatei; hy
tafe"'HidEhinidh Goverhiheht; ��� and; giVes
power to tho Pacific andAI^eMe; Hiyer
Railwsty Company to constructAaad
operiate a -r>_Uway *rdmAB^abobla da
Btirk Channel, B.C.j to a? pdintiat or
.hear ^Bunve.gahi-touchiag' at/FbrtjiFra^
zer, 'Stiiart Lake, Fort McDonald, and
passing through, the;Pihe Pass; theAto-
ta^-distance; helngAin??all jiboutA480
555.51 to her credit. in pbtaihihgAEet
tlement. Manitoba comes a close second, due to t&e Afact that Winhipeg
is the centre; pf dispersion for. the
entire west. A The shm of A$60,03i,.22
is placed against ??that province?tor
the tenA years, A&roEa 1802 to A*-��35|
Alberta and Saskatchewan are class-:
ed together, the ASism of A $27,762,55,
having been spentAih their interests
during that tizhe.^ A Following thev latter year up to theAPPesent, ?34i347.68
has been espehded? in: the: interests
of Saskatchewan;? and $39,424^40 In
the interests of Alberta.; Quebec has
the sum ��� of ?$4?;874.56 placed against
it, this large sum being due partly to
the fact that the cities ofAQuebee and
Montreal are- the landing places: for
the majority of Athe iinmi .grants f roth
Europe andAthe ;British Isles. yBritish
Columbia is cripdited with $36,130.81,
while the Maritiine prdylnces; are responsible for the expenditure of $14,-
M0.79.-yL-;-;A;.,-J.;.;." Av,U-?;:.?;AyvA-?y:A ..-. ...y,
In the British. Jsles; the suB&jbi *i,-
768,031.11 has been expanded during
the ten yesirs ihA^ency;Tyork, advertising,  literature^ ^
been among btheir^agencies .253 farm
lecturersAA; aadv:.delegates A employed
fhronghont that:??timeA: TheA<iost of
literature has been among theAbiggest
items of ex^erise. ?PuringAAthd: past
ten years no less than $855^90.^8yhas
been expended" alt over the Dbhiihidn
in this regar^fiA-JThis JamotiatA; divided;
among' the A piRpVintjes -��� is>ras ^ follows^
Mphitoba, S418.50; JSaskatchewaa. i��l.r
637.65:     Albisrt^A?���$5.123^8;?r British
Columbia, $3.482.2-;;Ohtario.  $7,761.-
43:    Nova    Scotia^   $10,763.26:    New
Brunswlcte ��1.683.69:   Prince Kdward
Island.    $i,420il8. AOuebec;? $5,809.00.
Caaada ge4^rallys$816;604;95.
: It will 'be Wtici^:^atAthe.:Mar3time
prdviaces '>h'ave;:.rb'eea;SiSi-,ly ?w<_llA advertised   ia    prp^prt^bhAtO thb^othey
proyincesi despite ?r^eisnt y.represertta-
tioas in the hbuSeAtbyjffieAcdntrary^A;
td:- jt in order to get bur rights; OtherwiseAthe islands ��� ,?wiH2 remain in the
uhbi^ahizedy:terr^tbrleBA and there-i_
apt A much. ^-nBe5?ia.A.that. y[ y�� ?���-.
:;G EME KK&-*$H mmpis APAPEARSi
Foxy- Chinese^ Commander
here ?that;AgraftA wil(lvittrdtAheA|��lieriStj^l1
by the Rephhlibaii$.|^cialfi;vffolio wing
the strange ^disappearaiice1of General
Chen,.-; who A was ; made :military A^ cbfa?;
mander vof thiaAipity v^h5-_^th^;?j-^Bgl$
.:gaiiiedAcdhtro3v:'A,"T-v?-!A?A;'���' '-AiAA.> .AA:-. (:-'A.A���'������-'-
:. ? ;?Geh.^Ghen'??^svbdn^.a^
aririsyfdr vtheytroops ��� at^^?Chaa^AHe
aore ^��aUy?:^:8tated?'in ::Miitt^yiy^MMs0^
teaching Aih
'aad.'^he^liii'gA-.-.--. ���.��� .._-.������.-���.^ ..��� ... -.
TpeopIe/'y^t^waST. predicted-.-; o^v.f:jth��;-;.x;iigpp
prdpi^ts.'::tha^:-^":---ti'~--'c-i:'5--"'s-=i^-'-' *��:&-��� ?.t��;^?a
prophets ::that'Aih:1, -the-A-kingdom /:; .-s-5ei:.>s��>a*i^|
��� ' ":��y<+ii��?y:i.\&S!Z&
lete rifles' which ^rereAthro^h into the
river by order-2bt Geh; ?iaAYaaa HungA
n<mC4Mll    ���   r��V. ���������'��� ��������r'��i*.'''.'. tWn     :ri*444V��."T -#^��.'. 1 1'
4^.4.4*44.44-4-,.. >^.4J.N.J4A-,^  53X,4.:v^   4..A43    .. . |J4��444l��   . ..4V-4J..4 .,-. . J. ,��   ���
taels each ahdysbld;;thehivfdr ;30 tabls
each. ? Soon. afterwiar.ds he disappeared, y? His? iriettdaAwerb^lS S|fiap.i^.e
General ;Was,:^'yeiyAgick.??';;.?':Ail- efforts
a^in, ,b.ut?:;m.ahy;. a^Awohdeidi^g^hyl^i^i
;they y��annbt;.?be ���' l^a.led'.^'?;anA;d^ases^ip^
6��:en though vthe^kih^dpih>AhiB^ATM^^s5^^
hdme-A"'' They' ask' often* c^j^in^ngl^^llll,
"Is T;hbtA,the: 'tody: as- Nvell Aas-ithiEH -sdni^ffi^aiEi
* -^ ':: ������'.-��������-������- '      .���..--. ���-..        ..-.--,������������   1-   .-.   ���..       -- ^.l-ivisT���jii. ^;4._ j^ = _4^T_..,>^ii1iM.:TSi^iai5^
th6^Tg?reat::; atdndhientX W^lX^^X^0^^^
bddy,?AtpOi .and:??!? jthe ^reSjai^iBi^pK^SswsK
>.Qy, ?too, .and:? in sthe  .-Tresjirseji
yijHfOKpt:.i4Mixxuc��>   ui   uui    uuuuuauv��:.vnut:f;
believed he hab disappear.
to iocate;^iih; l^a^g^a^d^it. :is^
Deputation  From  Pplnc*  Alh*.r�� Waits'
A-Upon : Hphv'.fic^b^yiib^n.yyyy-y.
.v-Prince ? Alhei*/^
Tag the annual:���- C^mBervatloh^Cohven^
tion atvQttawa and^formingApart of' a;;
deputation whichjwaited on the Hon.
Robert ^Rogers;? -Minister of At^aA-fetS!^
inr?Tthis?: district, ���...AA^lj^./Mat-tes,;''; ja^h:
..a;g^y''fOT?;the<APrihceA;Abert:'A:': Luihher
Company Abas returhedAto^ the eity^
-��*\Xr^k-   o��iV��Vr-4l4-*-_--^ .   n:.   ��ilo*.;   +<��''   T-'Tt*'- ��� T-Jn^*
, _rers,t* said A Mr.T Mattes.A '"'and; ypb- have;
'every. confidence that it wiUi-hfe^ddp^
ted; A If vit A is adopted this; district
will have its timber better guarded
against fire than?.has ever? been Athe
xase.i-before.''; ^?'!-:'-^?.:..'A?:?'-.-?^-'X'^;?v. yy ;t.-
, 'and^^aW^aleA^i^^
'devout .t'souI-':says:-under;yall���?:cir^w^s����|a
tfeyeiv * "Itp1. .Bbfejfier T^y. -?B
hult-d/^e' feveW^hd "i
��� tZ%. -it i^i-;- :-t* .. -^ ?Ai4TV4iTj,
, ,    .,*V.-'-*-J-f--.S
verse ���;*��:.*������ -S-seiSfj^f.-a
boy wiftiiferifig to t��      _
the ALbrd'*  .and  "before -ft^misoro^tfMM|
\possibly jti^-'w^^^**^^^^
'Ba.w;v that^they ��� ^
effect tpAthess coaclusionsyby mearis
of.direct strike confereacpB; a repre-
aoatatlyeA appointed by the Goirern-
nient being present in the event of a
failure to arrive at a settlement within a reasonable time, and representatives appointed by the QpVernment to
decide jointly any outstanding
points. .���������;.,.��� ,A-y,?���
..These proposals, continues the
v statcm-ont, were considered by the- representatives of the. coal owtters this
afternoon, with the result that those
in the federated;areaj. which Includes
Yorkshire, Lancashire, the Midlands
and North Wales, accepted, adding
jbbat it is expepted that,the Govern-
hient will make such arrangements
as would secure that the,agreement'
be binding on both sides-for a reasonable time.
���The  Durham and Cumberland employers also accepted the proposals.
They were rejected however by the
Northnniberland, Scotland and South
Wales'.coal, owners, and also by the
rapreBehtatlves  of the    smaller districts,. Arrest ot Dean la Gloucester,
Som^ir^ot; and   Bristol.    More- than
.sixty ipofb'eht.' of the coal trade of
;;  the country accepted the proposals.
,.   ;'      The Natioual,  Minors'    Federation
;; #pjy.,lcd tb' the prppdsals. by adopting
,,,,,    ;*. ;   '"I'iier��' can :.be  no .. t^oUleineut  of
�� thtfiVr'esent, dispute unless the prim
. ofiple of-:a.i"individual minimum wago
>>. for all undorgrpund workers is agreed I
to by the coal ownorftf"
Western Teur_ Will Begin, .in: Septerh-
-��� ������'������berA'an-l :'Extend ;to;;PrineeARupertv?'A-
bttawa.-���A busy summer' is before
their Royal Highnesses, .the Duke; and
Duchess?Adf? Conhaught.";  They will
traverse Canada from the .Atlantieytoj
theyPacific;  visiting  every prby.iace,
and will hold dinners    or   levebs at
provincial capitals ;or prihcipalyclt^es.
Eiarly in 'May their Royal Hlghagsses
: will go" to:.;Mbh.treal ..'for.; -horse"shbw;
w;eek., They will A retiirnA to Otta-Vy&J
; and.  after opening' the horse >shoyf|
here, yriir go oh-to Tprohtp forAc_he
horse show in that city, where^-Jhey
will spend the week; Xy.:Avi*'
Immediately after they go tb^Lbif-*]
don  and   Guelph  for, ten 'fAffyaXii' In
August    the   Roy-a,!    I-Iduseheld will
leave  for the    Maritime    torovjnees,
where they will visit Stl .Tohh, Hall-
Ehsland 3g'��� T^ACoits^ete^WitH"'Frainibe"
.;AyA,ah��IA ^^atiy :i*2^���Pi^?9'y~22
,?A;l^ndoa*%GreatT,?:A Britain t eoateai^
plates cdi^etiag'w
Germany.'yia buildiag tip aa ; aviatidn
?ueet; It is .expected that the forth-
coniingyeEtiaiates will contain .a'.?libf
eraly pro^sion fpr.y the purchase of
aeroplafte^;: ATenrhaypialready been
ordered aud beforeAsummer thearihy
pwill possess1 from 24 tdA30^ which will
be built to haeet the requiremeats of
;tlie-;arnjy.'y': ?'A:"A 2XXX XyXy^XiyX- -yXXy
The activity of Europe ia tliis dlrec-
tibh is:Bhpwn by the announcement of
M. Millerand, the French mihistiei*: of
war, that $4,400,000 would be expTehd-
^fd.s-ifpr;' aviation during -the. coming
1 year, and that Germaay. intends to ih-
cveU'se her expenditures for this jm-y
pose from' $3,200,0.0.6 tp y$3,760,660..
Grabd    Trunk    Pacific   Railway Afind
Canadian Northern-Anxious to
Complete Line.;;.. yy-yy2v
fax aad Chariottetdwn^   They will doj:,^^^^nS!ie J^w^ *^
k ��� ���  m ,-~4.,. ,    ,- ���   '.'''    ?
I,Australian Commlooloncr Is on Visit
���     40 United States and Canada���
f Will Vl^lt th�� ,V^e,sUv   .   ,A
''��� ���'.'0mv^J?'v'lll.������- 'WlUinm ' Cs\t.tnnneh,
lcC-.il' Retllomont coipmlSBioner foik the
��;i(>,Vernm����ifit. ,|o^ "VlotoWa';''-' AuBtfalla,
who la^ tourlhk the rUnltiHl States
uiiU  Q/inadw.  will  leave Chinago for
most of their travelling in the East
by one of the Government steamers;.
His Royal Highnpss will spend, a
cew-uays fltihiuK In New Brunswick,
Btaylng .on Lord Strathcona's ..estate.
Early in September the Household
will start for the West.' Dothi'la of
the trip hrive not been worked out.
They willleavo immediately after the
Toronto Exhibition, whioh the Duke
of Connaught will open. Thoy will
make-tho first ston at. Wlnnipeg..,and;
proceed to ' the' Coast, with various
stopH. to Vancouver. Victoria and
Prince Rupert. Either going or, coming thev will make ntopp. at Saskatoon, Edmonton, Regina, Calgary and
other points of Importation;" The
Western trip will litfit frotyi. six Aveeks
to two monthii.
Premier   Rbbll tj 2 Declares    Question
A.tt "ust Be?;Car��fu.jyAC'bnsiderod:A.;gS
Winnipeg, Ai^MiJrr^
the House. speakihgA^nAthespetitida
asking for the TbicmishihcA df; thb Abatv
said that the;qhestidh.;8hpuld beAgiveh^
earnest aad careful consideration and
was a matter    which A could ;:uot be
rushed iato.action whichjlf it turned
out:wrong, ihight take decades toAcor^?
rect.   Oh the niotloa of; the preihier; j
OieA question   > Was A: adjourned to ; be j
taken up at a later date.;" A
The report; of the i Royal Commission of Technical Educatidn, as laid
upon the table, strongly advocated
the adoption of a system of\techaical
education in the province. The annual reports of ythe "prdvlacial secretary: aad Attorney Geaerars Department were, alco presented. .
pahles are ^o\y ? faoed . ,wlth iithe^ pr<>
���hiear.: of securing "between .fifty and
aixjLy,Aj,houBandi- meh.;i_; carry out"; the
vast 'development programme mapped
out by the comMtlle^'ih the Cahad-t
ian west during the si^mmejr ,of 1012.
The \vqpkV.toKbi_'undertaken this year
Is greater than ever before/.and'it IB;!
doubtful whether the supply (Will!
nearly meet .the .demand;: TheTGrand
.Trunk "Paclflcl-nd Canadian Northern
are wllllag, to takejiW jiH* they Yean
possibly get, as both coi)>panlp8.'are
desirous of. riishirtg through their
main Hne.to completion, .,,,.       ���������
If United States Is to Retain Its Position as The Third Naval Power A
..Washington.���Japan by 191�� will
have wrestled  the  position  of  third
.naval power from the United States
and the U.S.  will.'have difficulty in
-maintaining itself in fourth place
unless it builds    two    battleships' a
���year.       '��� ".'"' - - A-".. ���
;:���. Secretary Mayer declared this to be
a fact in his testimony before the
house committee on naval affairs.
Secretary -Mayer urged greater liberality by congress in dealing with the
naval establishment. Mayer asked
also for an appropriation of $1,000,-
000 to establish a globe girdling wire-
lbSs system,, by which U.S. warships
could keep In constant touch ��� with
Steamer*  Chartered.�� Convey   Sup-
./'������; ?>A-v" ply ^Frpjn TTNss^folkj^vaV--'^6;- -:'. -:-'r''
yy:lXy.- yyyyX'^j^i^^XXyXyyy^:^
f A Norfolk^ ??Va^r-^e; British  go verh-
��� _TiJ4. -. _ :_'_... i4��J^.'.-_.T'TT4^2T4.i��� ui-'.'Xi-��� 'i-i.^^*���., .v%.4L'....i:L
pyi:-: ��uu   iuur   oiitinu   Biettui43jo   uovtr
been. :Tchai-tbrad ?'to ycptoe:y-sber^;aiidA
take it to Gibiraltar Wh<sre['it is. to "he
dpliyered to the- British admiralty.
Three or four steahieriB are expected
tbA take? AaPWbximiitelyAA;25;000;?tbh8T
That? theAABcitish navy is in urgent?'!
heed of tliisA fuel would seem to be*
Amade apparent: by ' the - freight rate
which the government has undertaken td? pay; the steamers, which is $5
a ton. This Is only 40 cents less
than the ocean rate to SaaAFraacisco.
|-;tJar^e,l^;lEi^dUBtS:" ?IaA^-Matt]|^'.?;^adi?��^Si
' liuke that He laid ..His?hahdS:c^e^rys^iiS
^th: j?HiS:J ;wd^;^d>J^^^^
'which: ���^&s^spdke;',,.byv;lsaia_i;:-,the..-?
phet,  sayingA ''Himself  too^? our ^r^ll^f
'flrmities- and  bare ? our T.;.sickheBses"^^i|!
' (MattA-Viiirl-^tt^s^^^
_.'_-.'-4' ���___ j    .-.���'i��� .: -t..-j ..t't*-����- ;�����' '.���ViWxYwA'^r'iA'Vj.W'JB
To Be Awarded by Department In all
. .-';'. Arms-of Canadian Service.
6ttawa.--MilItary orders just issued announce that there will be medals awarded ..to the?- best shooters In
each regiment or squadron of cavalry,
regiment or battery of artillery, company of engineers, regiment of infantry, and compahy of the Army Service Corps of the Active Militia.
The badge will be awarded': tp the
man obtaining the highpst  figure of
the earth should have seea the, sal^iiv0-tf2$\
tion of our God (Isa.V Hi* .-tOj, 'but -:b��-iA SHp^l
cause. He is, stillvthei;de3pised^.4^'?���-���e^:v,;!lA','
leo.ted one of Isr^'-. we cTJhtlhue ih.'( A^' 1
faith and 'patience 'to??wait ?for:Hls2roy,\ty$$$
turn. He ne.9ds no- testimony". ?fr/im-XX2yii
His adversaries; so He suffered "'T-dtA^yA.^.
the demons to speak even. thojtifeh:?j:A;J^I,:
they said, "Thou art Christ, the Son;;Xyr'-y
of God."
: -Lesson verses 35.to .39, telUbf ���
early morning praying a gnvvt y.;ii:nj;,^..yi
hefore day, having gone of 10 a Hplli'AAA-:-Kj|
tary place.    Since He fell tho need A. A.'%);
of-being nway from- even thoSl>..fbw.^4.o^;ii.Ml	
merit which will be arrived at by di- dlBciples that He might .t:he.,'be,u.riV-f/,.,;'^;^,M|
viding the total nuiuber ot points, ob- cnmiinniM with .His ?Father.,Ihow* "Ji�� ;���'������::v;'-'-:'l!l
tained by the rounds fired-.
Off loin I >Aotlbi./'Bein6 Taken to Pre
vept Peop)_ of the Western
..    States Flocking to Canada.
Washington,--With tho co-operation of irtoro than ,25 states,- the fed-
,ivi;al aiithoritfba'hhvo bhtorbd upon a-
systematic! fcampalgn/ to provdnt tho
emigration of Aporsons from' the United-States to Canada.   It. is estimated
Ulan   Bros. , Rushlne   Co^rup'
Work #0 Sefetltin"bt'H. fi. Line
non     Alhort.    SnnU.~-MlicMll.art
��� Je�� iS'jr8D 'SiArthS;��fJf"Se'Sdiriif ii1^ '7:500 fakworB woht * northwest
** o^th.' flrflt'^Iftn milop of thd TruduSn Canada between July 1, ,1910. and
0B   Bav lino fwim^Lo Piib  rve low brE :,JluJy .���!,. 1011,; lind huildrodB of thoua-
tw\$S  in��J��r.?mn�� r fi"'i^^ff^'fflSE  &'!�� h0foroj:hat time.   To divert emi-
uud Calgary and whtltHu the latter
��o��tl<vn wtlr' ftimlliarlKR himself with
uoiidltlona thoro ami maKoa side trip
to'tin* iii-oat. Irrigation area made verdant through;thb activities of Canadian Paolllc lhtorostfl.    "���������"
The Victoria govornitiftnt will conduct, a Uuld��ooUoro, excursion from
Ban -Francisco to Melbourne ATpfll 3,
on which iltito the stoamoir Tahiti will
Uu.v.t Sun Fruncltico, bearing ii large
del��Bratloi| frpm. the United States
ni\$ n Mprlnkilniir f^bm Canada. The
mate of Victoria already has secured
many Htittlors from Great Britain and
northern Kuropoim countries, but Am-
����rl��"HU�� nnd Canadians aro doulrahlo
bociuitio of their familiarity with tr-
rlcntion coniiitlonn. Whllo in Chicago,  Mr. CutliMiiicn  ii'-i.  vv. <��.  vvu.au,
in�����^U..     w."    Crr.r.r?'.:',^  r^*- v���""*
iiftoiu-li'H in 11m UniUid Gtatiiu, and
<in^Btlon��U him closely on his *wuh-
o<tpi ill Mucarlnpr ''American sottlors W
-hoiiuatids for Canada,
The construction of the biid^u ,^t
Lo Pat, In uitut j/roci-cdhiji;, there fining, only one iilor to finish, and Alt iwjll
bo oomj)lat<j in about'four weekB; Tho
RuporBtructuro Ib expected to ntrlva
any time now.       ,; ; -.. . A-
.,,.,, 4        .   .    ',';������'������ j1'',y 1 J1,  .,
���     ,,. 4.  1 My ��� 1 i,,,',', ���������,-. 4 .,t     ���'_,���!   ��*       '
griition to different parts of tho United Stuteu the, deMrtmeiit. of com-
\h��ef0fci; is co-operating with tho stated
dearptment of agriculture and bureaus of Immigration.
nu��nl�� to Exnmlne Into'Marl ta of Ma*
ohlnas Frorn Different Countries
St! Petersburg.���The Minlflter of
Agriculture haa mtrouucou a otil in
tho Duma providing for the giaht ot
izo.oiitt rubles   ($(i0,000)   for thu  pat
C. P. R. Not Contemplating Building
Line to Hudson Bay.
Montreal.���In answer to u (|ih>hIIou
requesting to know if there waB any
truth In the report that the Canadian
Pacific railway contemplated building
a roud from some western point to
Hudson Bay (following much the
same course as the Hudson Hay
gov,nianouL road), Kir Thomaa
Shaughnessy said, with Burnrlso, that
"nothing could ho more unlikely.'
Other C.P.R. officials woll verBod in
railroading snld that thoy thought
that such �� Bchome would not pay for
years, until the population along that
northern route was far more denso
than at present.
Pramt.r Slfton Expect. , 100,000 New
. Si>ttl_rV Durlno the Present Year
���M rrbrbntd���Premier A. L."Slfton, of
Alberta, expects to sed 100,000 pcoplo
BottHw In Alberta this yoar, a vory
larga number going into tho iirlguLed
illulrlcLu lu tho CiOiith.
Mr. Slfton Hpol���� of tho work Just
acccn-'plliJhcd hy the .Mbovtn i��r;t��i.n.
turo guaranleeiiiB l.tloo miles of new
railway,   of _ which   l.ttOO   are   lo   tie
eiit  hy
pose of examining into.:thP merits or, lV*VV.r?p  wltliin foiirvoiri
iiRrirtilMirnl    miicliiuory    coiislrucltHl, tht> g.T.I. within rour ycnin.
i?9,000,000 Du-licl- i>( Whc^t.
vVlnnipog��� According to the Northwest    Grain     Dealers'     Association,
About 800 Cars of Settlers and Effects
Booked for Canadian'West.
Winnipeg.���Tho Immigration commission has announced that one immigration agency at Kansas City has
already 800 cars of settlers and Bet:
tiers' elf eats ready to covjie to Canada, and will have ultimately 1 Bo ears
for SttBl.atchowan and Alhorta points.
Indian Prince Tells of Benefits of the
-.      Delhi Durbar
San Francisco.���-Prince Sarftth
Ghanh, whose name hi a Mynonym for
Bcholarshlp in India and who.arrived
here recently, eald that the .Delhi dur-
bnr norvfrt to fronts n new nom.mom
of loyally to tho BrltlBh crown throughout-. India.
Prince GhoBh, although only 21
years old. It*' ono of tho recognized
leaders of his race. He in Maharajah
of Pttlattala, and is now paying his
vlBlt. to the Unltod States in the expectation of finding ideas for the advancement of hift own country.
Open Up Dry Farming Land.*.
Winlpeg.���-To   its   G.00O     miles   already ln operation in Western Cai.r.|
01*1)0,000 bushes of wheal, has b-en , ^;'th  >^X "^11 "have^^   (Ided  7To
lnTo lilf ^ahf���,L,,Bn..r^H0tn^l m��o���� wore by Doc. 1st or this year.
Sl^;000.W��0\, ��n\Z?2n nl\?rt      Following the policy  whlel,  would
we know much of real' eommun.'or
with God In the constantly busy 'lif.v ;���;?,..yy
that so many lead? .It la-true tha- A '-^i
we can pray to God any whore and ��v ,yvAii;*
any time, but see how He .wew.iaWa^AAy'A-t'���?'
alone. Simon and the 'callers'-foMi-wf" A''.::��ij
Him and told Him thar lootus wore :,' Air
looking for Him; then Ho said: "Let ?;"-..A
us go into the next towns." "I must ," ,.'
preach, thp kingdom of God to]o'they ���
cities also?" Wo lrUmt ndt'. forget2
that, "the field .is", the world" mid our-
orders ore. "Go ye Into aUtUo world."?
The' four lepers of Sa'nih'ria should,
put us to . shame with .stlielr .words:
"We do not well. This day is a day
of good tidings, and we hold . oui-jV
poaee" (11 Kings vii. <���). Onr Igbhou
chanter closes with the record ot a.
healed leper who published and hia/.-;?:
ed ahroad the fact of his being heal-A
od so widely that" Josus had to stay
away from-the cities, and tho people,
ciiuie to Illni from ovory nunrtcr. Hh -
16 still tho Brimo Jesus, full'of cbm-A
panston ns when Ho said tothat lep-.lA/^Ai1
or. "I will, ho" thou clean," and as A't#
quickly nn tho: leper was healed (im? AV
mprllatY>ly) Just an oulekly can a Bin-"'?''V,^
nor be saved. ! \yithout poney and'
without pried He gives..wLwri'ml Hf��������yy
to all who ,rpc,p.iv(0 ,ljim��� The ptrango
thing in that thbso who profess to'":���"'.'
hrivn boon nnvnd hy Him have.not tho
y.eal of this toper nor; .gratUuik*. un- . ,
ough to toll othorn tlip, glad . jldlnga.
in Canada,  Kngland. Gernmuy,  Au����
UiU      <Hi>4       4Jt4   4.U4.44.
Tl,��    1,111     fl.VflVM
Tho trail Into tho Peace lllvor dls-
.i���*    nt*    airiAJ-i   ur.i/i    u>im   nlrwidv
nnnnlnii miKMilnpl w��'ll' dertned. a limn who had Just rebuilding in vhnv of thw imcwrtttlnty; turned trom uio trip naviug ��m:o��u-
of arranging a comnivr^lal treaty >vlM> M'OVed no loss than 2R0 teams on the
tin- United fllatos to take tho platie road into the now country taking lb
of thu abrogated treaty of ifc-.tii. J -ct^ra and utipx>llcr:.
Thirty-throe million hiiBholH aro in
Mie farmers' hrnuln, and the total
wheat crop Is planed at 179,000,000.
The oat crop is placed at -l.oOO.ooo
of whioh. 24,000,000 has boon Inspected.  	
Would Stop War.
make a reality of a double track all
ulonK tho main lino right through .the
wheat holt from Calgary to tho hi'iul
�����!�� tho Lakes, tho C.P.U. this ymir
has added 73 miles to lis double
trades oast from ..t-uinu. hiioUiwi-
notable fact is tho Weybwn'LHli-
iM-hlKn Hue which v^lli cavn a dUt.-
pwr,���-���'n,,.      Matin      underiitaiulHi unco of approximately ttOO miles when
that On-at Britain. Kroncc pnd  Bun
��ta.  iirlliw  together,    aro    i;oady  to       w
mu.lc�� eneiKoilc promuiiuuouit lo   mi-' vvin   i��iv��    ��,.<-w��   v........     '...'"''.""   \"
uifiHw V'v* 'V. ',...,��� .^ ������ ���.,.i >ri I t ��'Mv,i,�� w   itM t/��rmlnuM.    All throuirh
completed," will   havo an  addition of
a straight loo milos this year.   This
only await the adhesion Pf the Gor
man and Austrian Government* ho
fore taking a decisive step.
this territory tin* road will open up
Home famous dry farming wuntry in
Rout hern. Baskatchewan and Albtuta.
. ���    Hlndu�� Cannot AuBlniilaVt.
Toronto.-'ThopotontlaJUleB.'ot Can.-
ada are enormous and , InnbltiraHtyi
are r��inlrod to develop hiit these.
ImmtgraiiiB nuiHt not be Orlontala
whose ideas puUiic-ili tipcli^l add Viior-
"t m��vi�� tboin' incapable of akstmlla-
' 't."w';i''V'.th t'.ic An21 o-^-nvr��T. Thta wan
tlio Hiun nuii HUbHianeo'delivered to
��h*' CnMnrtlnn Clnli by H. IT. Slovens.
M. P, for Viuu-nuvrr. Uf dnnlfd that,
tho Hindus w��*r<�� In apy hoiib'o plonv
v��rs�� .. .  . . ,A    y   ' ""
Com��M To Canada For Mllljla eprvlo*^
London.���-Major Vauuroy of the Army  Service  Corps  in  to    servo  two
yonm with th* Canadian forces.
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I)   I,-"'   For Sale in Crestor B .  |j.������''to������"8������������>������ ���������������* P"*^ ������  ��������� "    ��������� pupils.  WU^KBIOR SCHOOL  Duriujr the month of. Febraaiy,' there  were21 school,days: The following  pupils attended every dap. ' Effle -Ar-  rowsmith, Oapitola Hiokey,} Ethel Hue-  croft, Vera Huscrqfft, Alice Heath, Ales-  under Litigate, Bessie Euitfy.    .  The average*   ntt^ndniice m * Ot   rot.  Hk-^.  4   -3_U,Sffi  SIIOOIb  5  ������uo   4n������r(  __     S.%5  ib a ���������>   s js?sk e= s=������      ^^ r=% Jg������-~ ,^v '-' * ^^4. A a   ������05 khz* Si FiSf^ SssM-  esa������csGssas������BBSK_  1      IS Aesre WtuliHanch FOil -SALE  53B  5 aeres planted to trees,    io   acres   ready   for   the g  plow*    Fxaiae house and out-buildings* well fenced.   Two |  miles east of Creston on Canyon road,  i For terms and particulars apply to:���������  &  I We V# Jacks@nf     Mountain   v lew  Ka&ca  ��������� Phone 91  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Obrisi Cbxwch  March 10th{ 3rd Sunday in Lent)  Matins, Holy Couiummou 11.a. m.  Duck Greek 2:30 p.m.  Saaday School. S p m  Evensong, Sermon. ? :������0 p m  Philip O. Baymau,  (Vicar.)  ���������We have poait'on for a stood man  with tv fair tjaauttlivu   who  Chii   i'rtriiinh  re|preoce we will give steady employment ana pay a straight salary to tbe  right party, people u-dus jnt-oxioations  liquors save your stamps. See our big  Ad in this paper today,    National Light  i  -4>4^������>#^il>J4/VM-������W*.<M-IV<^MM4^WWV^  _ m%. I   . MADAM  LAVAt'^  __.JL n !=._=.=_ ^i___-_._,     5 r i-n**ftn Unn*  f-ftinni|ii|id fahists  MVira S^        ^^= z^\\x _____75F5������ s=rm S_S 13k.     5m Sm%% __l~i_L         a?     ^L-^w^%������t4������ ������������<v������?a     #w!i#s*v**������--"    _��������� wwm^^w-*?  i m i_ri!STnef ifpniwr M\m  | &������g@r@ jpsarpimsslng your FiMg- &H&E&^h  #  41,4  ������3 *!!������������������������������������ GZ&   GUSBSfS  'ass*  '.v.ys  if^J!  Each month the Edssatfoasl DoPart-  ment supplies eaoh poptt v?������th a copy  ot "The Schooi SSagftisine," a new jour.  n������l edited for the Ed������o?tlO" tiai-,..*.  ment of British Oola-ibia br C5fvp  Phi������.is?j>s Woiiey.     This journal coa-  taiuS iutSMBtinSf artiolofl  nmflmhla nlllro  for pupils and pjursbts.  Sn-ma Y. Banard.  DIVISION I, PUBLIC SCHOOL  -  To.ai enrolment, 44.   Average atten-  daaoe 87.2������. -  The following .have been perfect ia  ti-tendancefor the month:���������-  Olive Gilpin, Harold Goodwin, Blanch^  Hendren, Philip Hurry. Lyda Johnson  Bessie McMahon, George Mead, Vivi  inne Mecre, Minnie Price, Vera Smith  Edna Holmes. BlaLeany. B.Maxwell  Asna L. Nsedham. Teacher.  tVfir  *m;m* tag sm'  1SX&  fflS-i  jWCa> mm tm mm, mm mm  imtwiSonoB9 money a*&  i  sSisSSSSmWss  WIS-son their ^ay to Port Hill one vSTsfessa eiapj0?ed at Ganroa cM^tifl  paBt six iwonfthg leJi; Mouday for^-iSsc;  day Igst week two Canyon City lads saw  what they thpught was a bear going  *.nAmm ������i,<������ Kvii-o* nvflr Fish Creek and  immediately turned the team  back  to  _         4-4-     _   ���������4 j_~  ,Ln i soma nn������44^a   t-r.   ,3������������������;4.������   i.u���������i.   _     .jiii.M  go aatt get a guo.   up<h> h������._i-i������b ������������._j='-' *��������� ���������  >������j.>>k umi  ������   <icr*a������ag  animal was enlx mere and vn-y aho. a o^nbrookite b^s tbe first brood ol UttaSl  The  Ora-nb  ..^..U -     ������    .    a.  ���������  uj.\,uiv   papers are aeY^ronjjM  .jonple of times, finally sueceeaing xn  killing is.   Then they fonnd that i. was  chioss of the season.    The  Crahi  i SiSiiards and Pool si Hot or Cold Baths  jGbjnjn  S84.S-X--4W  _^?S Slid CfISelI,������������������@S  a  ai  II  At Any Hour  A BI&JAB&K BSGITJ-A'-COB  These Pills are compounded witn the greatesi  cw from tho roost reliable remedies known tc  suence; such as are being used -with.much succes;  by the mo3t celebrated physicians known.  Thev are a speciSc^ior the distressing disord������r>  to which the female constitution is liable.  Price $2 a box. ������������������ -I (m������ 1 stronger), 28 ���������  box. i������old at all drt.g stores or oy mail trom *fcc  lU������v*X Uros: Co., St. Cat-tuuriaes, Ont.  d*,.  mm% for fiflj  SAM HATFIELD, Proo i  Razors  Ground and Set   |  = 1.  <������ '     Your cboif e ont of 32 head weighing  DIVISTfiW TTr PUBLIC SOHOOI,   ^  Tjt4al enrolment 86.   Average attendance 31,28  ThA tV������11q������?������*_2'    had    A     T-.M^fay**    ���������*.* ri  f  dance for the month:���������Winnifred Ath-  -rton, Sdgar Bens-ey, Kar^ Benney,  George Biraderick, Henry Brows, Blmarj *&  Burton. Wilfred Burton,  James Dodds,  Johu Doods,   Denzel Maxwell, Annie  M&ione, Tereee aia.none, Iiionel Moore  Prank Rroumans. Joe ftonmans, Lavina  *  Wiles,   Caroline Torohia^ and Ardrey S #  ������ m.  -. M.s.y Jobasoa. Teacher.  only^a black dog.   This should bp a >w>od name from the shells  lasfc^eej  ^arninfef to owners of black dogs.  Morris Gilbert and Geo. Hog-.n, who  : It is sufficient tc- .say that Bob Weft him  'a, Drood come from the ^ells nearly jJB  month ago. <��������� ~ 'Vi  ifnirtetrnotii  ISS  rails si*!riHS ~ jB  ineyig %#^g 1HU  Vernon,  0    ���������-������  ET  PROFBSS4XPNALS  DENflSTRY  tf. E. HAlXD. D. S������  Offloe   oyer  Frank Parks Hardware  titossm-Saker St.teee.  ORANBROOK,  B. C.  GUY   T.OWKNBERG  OOMStTLTttia   BWOIHKBB  CRESTON     -  CHAS. MOORE. C.E.  B C. IiAMD  StraVKYOR AND   ABCHTTECI  ijcm ]������C0 to 1 .CO handled.. ->  n<-TiTr/*n i \t*st T^ntTftVio*- f**t\     T.t-A  ������-^^a =2  H   S m  4������S B^_ri  VSTilc  i^5  ^ Plans .and Specifications  ; RESTON  - -     .       - B.C.  hESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Hiult Lands, Town Property and Insar  ance  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & ^o.  EUml Estate and Iniraranoe.  HOUSES TO KENT  CRESTON     -  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Ftro, Li_P and Aocident Iosuranoo  BtSAL KSTATE, Etc.  TkAIL  B.C.  Eefore Cutting  Che ���������ontr<iet.  For the building of your Now  House, Store, Office, Workshop  or othor building, write or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  .iepairs & Alterations  A 8PECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  iOHN   BOYD,   Creston  ���������JU���������- mnuAmm  ORGHARD1STS!  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.  _        _     _ AmmDBRQROVE.   B.O.  Haw Tbk Kinwit  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  IrtdUi-flnir  Annies    P^������r<    Pli.m*    ru*rrU*a,    **tr  " 1  - **:ORF?UlmL   PARTIGULARQ  "Wmi'U���������  on Hicu-  RICHAItD MoOOMB. TAH. COMPTON.  bocal AK<*Ht,  4-.A4V.4M 4>ll,    .$.\.J  --������<3-S44H-----IH----_M^^  SYNOrSIS OV CANADIAN  NORTHWEST   MINING REGULATIONS  COAL���������Coal mining righis may be leased  or twenly-one yctirs, roncwablo at an annual  rental of 31 an aero. Not moro  than 2,661) ac  res can be leased to one applicant.   Royalty,  rive cents per ton,   in unsurv*>yed torrltor j  tbo tract, must be Bt.Ured out by tho appli  cunt ln person, and personal application  to  the AKont or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands  lor tbe district must In all cases be made and  tho rental for the flrst year must bo paid -������������������  tho  agent  within   thirty days after ffllne  application  QUARIZ���������A person cightoon years of ago  and over, having m ado a discovery may locate a claim 1.500 foot by 1,600. F^c, 9). A  least $100 must bo cxpundod ou tho claim  ea-iili year or paid to iliu Mining Rouuruer  When 8500.0 lias been expended or "paid aud  othe^roqulrcmentB compiled with, tho clal m  may _o purchasod ut SI un aero.  IMiACEit MINING CLAIMS aro 600 feet  lona.iuul .from 1 0i)0 to 2.0(10 toot wide. JSntry  fee 85. ->ot less than 9100 must bo expoiideil  in developemont worli each year.  DUEUG1NU.���������Two ItascB ol tlvq miles each  of a river may bo iBsuod to ono uppllcant foi  11 term ol 20 yctu-s. Ucntal, 910a mllu per an-  ouni. Itoyulty. 2% puroont after tho output  sccodofio.ooo.  W. W. CORY  Deputy Minister of tlio Intorlor  M. IR. JSenttc  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tha  I  Funeral Director  ERIOKSOJST   SOHOnii  Pupils  in   attendance   at   Erickson  school during Pehmary were in order of  merit:���������  Entrance grade; Willie Long. May  Littlejohn, Jane Long, Lewia Littlejohn  Annie Hamilton.  Third grade; Lome" Botterill, Stella  Stinson, Ray MoKelvey, Stella MoKel-  vey, and Panl Stinson.  Seoond grtide; Keith Littlejohn, Hugh  Grahatn, Frank Botfceri'l, Walter Long  Edith Littlejohn, Charles Botterill,  and Gerald Timmohs.  Pirflt Grade; William Graham and  Gordon Orosa.     /  Those present every day were Willie  Long, Jano Long, Le win Litripjonn,  Stella SfcioBon, Paul Stinson, Ray Mo-  Oelvey, Stella McKolvoy, Gerald Tim-  inons, Charles Bottera), Edie Littlejohn.  Keith Littlejohn, and Gordon Crow.  L. 81, MoGIU, Teacher, n  ������mifs  ^ All pur trees are .Home Grown and guarantee?! .true  <������ to name.    We carry all *lie  leading varieties- most  ^ suited to this district. , Our specialty is budded stock  4b on three-year-old whole roots. '  ^  For further particulars apply to our iocai Agent. *  inco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  juawjl'jLa  The Riverside Nmseties,  Comprising S20 Acres    \ GRANllFOI&$rB^  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS   ADVISE BUYING TREE^ NEAR-  ;..   ATHOME  The Riverside Nurseries arc %ho nearest;, nuisary company to Creston nnd  have more trees planted in this district than any other company. ^-fS,  trees are started under tho same coudi'ions that they will have to mature  in this Valley. I hey can bo brought here, from the iiuraurieM at Grand  Porks in three days by freight or ono and one-half days by expreua. AU  trees trtuu-anteed boniegrown.  75,000 Riverside trees are now-growing in the district.  For UutuloKue unci Prloe list, writo to��������� / I  WALTER V. JACKSON  Agent, Creston, B. C.  ai'M1! ,W.������ WM \ MiiBfwwWI  All the Very I-iiU-sk BiyluN in La-  rih'N* Hats, TiiinniliiKH. I^lowoi-it  uud IlihbonH.  iy\TjUu:.i'   Ji..it;Al>]i'-xViAlJl.  WAIHTH  u_u������3r*i Aittiiauer,  4 1.1-.���������- .... .     r������ /���������  .......j^. W   .   4. ,     4 ,,-,  New LimiH ol .Ladii;. uii<| (Jliild-  riM������H* Mt.ohkii)({s i������n������I Wearing.  A41par.1l Hiiltablo 1.1 tln> H 'iimiiii.  l||Mrs. n. younq'i'i *  III  Now is the time to think of buying ybur shoes for the Spring.  Our New Goods for the Spring  are arriving. We have already opened several cases of Mens, Womens  and childrens.  The neiv lasts ������iid slaurt vamps are iho favovi.es. $4..so to  #5.50.    Lnclies  ' 'x~  folds and Pumps iu Patents, Gun, Metal.-! and Tan Calf.    Childrcns aud Misses  New Pumps in Tans aud Gun Metal.  __We will he pleased to show them to you.  ������������������^'EW������rxw.wra^ i.i..;u!,i?.iM-iu'.-l.|uli ujuie*  t'i   .      .('   "   - ;: *  -^_s^ES^c-t_^:twtxi^^  iwocv/ai    XtlVl WUUJ.1C   V^UAiipuiiy,     _L.lUa  MM  t^Mmwmmmmmm  44., ,.������, ,,������������������������4,44������������������������4I   1 || f m '   MI14MM144444���������Klimljjj^ J  w  MWMH  '1.1.4  .iiM^fciik^.i'i*--*1.^  wutmmmmmmmwmmmmiwmmmmMi^  runni iri.i.n  444W4WW44IWM44ri.l44lllll.4l  W. 1 rt.nH.444Jli4l4j444.il.4)41144.4111)11. I.. 44lhl|4*.44*4|.4.WI-.m*44*444_.W^I.IV ,  mmmummmmmmmtmm^mM^iM^


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