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 v^i-'tf!^^^;??^  CRESTON,  B-C, FRItJAYMAl  gj ^i^ji^ai?i_ii._ _&j_a a wv  SSS1     STi   -JS^������S-.Si_������ gl  OH ObllUlILLU  N6S v DIES  THREE GBOPLES iEB  B8if4T COHVENTSOM  DELFSfttES  Candidates to be. Selected  &  at Ne.son Next  Thursday  Political aotivt-y in the Creston dls-  triot became more parked Wednesday  ^evening when the-Cou-e?va-lve Assccis-  i tion met iii the evening when the con-J  IWrvartve Assoc Btioc mat in the Beaver  I  -Ga-b Sail and  appointed aeteffateB tpf  5 the convention to "be held in Nehnu nest  ^Thursday." At that, convention a ciudi-  ^date for the Ymir riding will be norni-1  ^BaieaiMid the. Conservative selection  will no doabt be the present inenmb^at  X        ' ' ' ���������  James.HyScho_.eivl. _ -   -.  ������* ������. m  WlA������Cr������>*>���������..-.,  '���������4.-E^_,%r__FB-a_Sai_tE__Srf      ���������    =-*---i.----SW-������  Away While In Idaho  *___������-__-���������---  t  fw-     -v       mm     _ * . _       ^ __. _-   ���������__._,������   -***,������*_���������������   n   *_*._-___  i   is. vuiriaiiuga w*tw tau, uot������ ������   deut of Orhatoa of? and oa for  three  _ "*  years -was burled last Saturday at B*-n-   ,   *H ,_.        _JT4.>.���������     /^__;���������������n     .nUinVl      QIAlP  probabiy the largest  ever. held  in the  Upper Kootenay Yalley.   Mr. Omnm-  ings wis taken sick ,oa Sunday IPsb.  18  and, died Thursday.  .The funeral se?  vices' were presided over hy Prof. W. S.  Walter who had fought along with Mr.  Cammings ia the Civil War.  . Mr OnmmingB was a mason and bri jV  layer and did eonaiderable of that kind  of work around Oreston.   He left her_-a  month ego today to spend some time in  Bonners Ferry. Mr Cnmmings -syas born  In New York in 1848 and in middle lif������r  I mAtf������a to michigan.   He later came fnr-}  ��������� ��������� -   - i  ther west to'the Kootenay Vallay.   H������  ieaves a wife and two sens.   The ia-.-  cama'to Crestoa  Monday and  stayed  with friends" here until Thursday.   S.  f_&i nfiTianmu  SBIUWUHi  7"  rrn  ha  1  )���������������   ,;���������    44%.    T.l)'.  II   ,144...  1,11. ..,,:,;,., *.-...',.,.-^4.  yvytfg&zx^02yyyy>yyyy2  Chrlstir-e fi^^fcifir������H������s  :il.---;..  rjj*.V.^4.  >  WS*^^,^-%-VT^*^^_5^'-_l___^-C;-;-:  OM.wya ti#.*#, ?,<y :*������|������:������ *^^^^-'!  ifirailSGILLED I ffiEBlti KT K  TiTI   QftPf-g ������__!������-! f-SIgSflPll  ��������� ��������� ��������� u H t -L_. ___l ���������     ������������������ urn* ma    m     B~_t ta aa (������-. ta     i=-a  0 BUSSLieSHyHyH; Arthur and nattie Fr-.**  Three weddings were celebrated in  the'Ore8ton Valley last Saturday. Iu  Chria tChurch in Creston^Miss Christine  ������fao& and OharleB Sntoliffe were united  by the^Bev, P C, Hay man The wed-  ding wa&  & quiet  affair  only a- few j  Presbyterian        IVHnSster  tvsn n;--^ m;������ Asa-re?  ������������  ������������������    VJUVW    BBSS     ������-_ttB44j. ������������ ������<-  Before   ftouday  :Rev. S. Sarkiaaian, who has been paa=  tor of the Presbyterian church for the  past oouple years, received' a call this  a. ~-  UiV  Will  /I  grABif*  ������s asus js "9  * w p_��������� ���������ffcj���������_^J-i w*wj>m "mf_-_i     jr ma !���������____>  <3fHii-f!i!l FH  Arthur and Hattie French entertained  a number of their friends at whist ano  dancing last Wednesday eveving at  tht-ir home in honor of their .guest, MisB  Ruby Gilchrist, ot Nelson.   Evsryibiu^ j ~ l mr        .    ������_-^_. *^   '  w������ o* ^ intomal mmm -M --   Pr������,tS    a"d Vt������-t-WeS to  i hostesB devoting their attention to mak-1 be   Subjects of  Mm  week from the Rossland Presbyterian 1 jng aU present "glad they came".   Thej D-SCttSSS-J-S  .. -_ -_^ .��������� ;jA.i������~ thftmilHAr hQ* I aoWlv   oxroninir    waH   SD6nt   afOUnd    thfl  friends of the bride and groom being  present, Mi-^s Annie Ryekman wae  brides maid and Percy Watson was best  churoh and is considering t-ho matter be  fore making reply.    He wiil probably  t*U his congregation, his. decision Sunday from the pulpit.   He   must make  (reply to the P.oss!as-d church Monday,  early evening   was spent around   -he  whist tables which numbered four. The)    Qlo&&   ttpon the heelB ^ ^ ApEfie  first prizes were won by Miss Jennie   paoking ^^ ^m come gome ^rt  Cameron   and Watson -Miller,    two  booklets entitled "What I Know About  Whist'* (Nothing) went to Miss Blsit-  UA 1\_V_T'   IITln -an     rTfiBTj      ���������    m-^r  -_- _ .    -_        ���������'*' ^ " I   IDpj        4V*������     4.4.U        4.VI44444444- .   manr  George Hood brother of the bride     Rev. SarkisBian   waB ia Nelson Uhe .    , ���������,  srood with her.during the   ceremony.  eariypart ef tbe wee^ attending the THendren   and   Jack Cameron.    After  - * * '-������     *1-A   .f^MmAnlt/in/t   'wot'  After t|te -wedding - Mr. and Mrs*   Sut  oliffe received tlieir friend informally in  the parlors ojf tbe   Oreston   Hotel slid  i -i-.������._- x.������������i.j.-,4-    a _*..-���������������. ������.^.*. *���������*__ ������. -i---.** "M'aTo-^w-i  1 ������>A04.t������  %/wa. ��������� saw     & ������?*___,* *������j>u  v������jw ** am* ���������_-. %*-���������������������*_������������������������  sessions of the Jfr_sbytery and was elected Moderator of tha district for the coming year by his brother-ministers. Mr.  ,n has made a host of friends  .    4iLT*.44.*4������>.;n444.  I lOCM Z.4.1Q0M*  lunch was served the g^ensophoso we*  ararcad up aat- the remainder of   tb*  evening was taken up with  dancing  | Those present- included the Misses Cam  government courses in fruit and vegetable growing which will take place nest  Monday and Tuesday in Mercantile Hall  rhe courses of instruction are -free and  thefrabii- tsii^vited to be pros _at jst si!  the lectures.   They are being held -ug*  ��������� *  ��������� a_:  ^W a tour of the lake towns the con- J during his residencehareandi he decides I aron> ^rotter, John-son, ^ssaAtam, Hence leave tne Valley ha wiii  _.������  -0   on- ��������� *_;-0C>   Sirs. Poole,   Mrs.  Quaiu,   Mrs.  iJr*Vt������ll  m4,       ^- ..^ .   ^-l.-^-.!....     4.n44tVA    V44__Br������     in.  Xllil) URWUI-   UCiCgn^ .O       U4.4V       ^4.��������� ,  ���������  ������tructed to stand* for Sohs-fi-ld aad ths  entire dwttiet wiU.RO.-tcong ior,th? fiW-  aent M-P.p'.ticcerdin^toail ihtti-atione  It is d0j-b--.1l if tiieWberala of .the die  'V'-' " y   t^. ^- y ' *   .4  ' * ^<i ���������'  t.rxi:u mu,(r������' ���������������������'-''*?������������������������*���������, 7-^������������������������������������,-���������- "4>.  the Socialists hold a" "meeting tohight in ]  -Nelson to select a��������� candidate t for their  ^ 4 ,4.     ,    I, .. f* ���������   , .      ^ *^-.  part?r The delegation- fcoinfe-f rom Ores*  E ton will be composed- of 0.~6. Sodg-ijsfi  Jame^ Compton. - R J. >������rig, J James  Coo-k^mdJ^raoXOallander. __.- [^ ; />'  _ .   Endorse 'McESriile Pofic-^sJ l_ -  iV.������4.^>>iav nf Ornatnn. attended the fun-1  \y"���������"-j* ��������� T ,-���������' i  tsirc-i.  So* v I.,.���������.  ���������tn Tnr nsTrnnurnDO  .u tm: raumu-iiri-  i������t.sur.  -_.^44.4. s-.s.c-asiSS.BA'-1  TiliS    ������l!^i������lgis.g  USUSS-.y-  ule returned to Creston where they will  make their home. '  On the Bame day Miss Annie Miller  I of  Western Bay, Kewfountuana, ,waB  1 united ia marriage with Edward Sparkes  1 ' '  who rtsosatly came to the Valley^ from  ower Island Cove, Newfoundland, py  the Rev. Hayman at Duck Creek.   Mist*  aiiiier cane W*_������������ i?or ths ccrsmoay ��������� s������*i  ly-because the field offe-ing is  muoh  m" * f v  larger than the one here.  <  PUBLIC OPINION  The Editor of the Review,  Sir:���������  -  Wti������n I snoks  a few words at   the  Grady and Messrs Leonard, Cameron. \  Buady,Taylor, Benninger, El^r, Msado  Grady.  ier the direction  of the horticultural  ���������ranch of rtw I>ep irtment of Afrioul-  ure and unde.r the local auspices* oz the  farmers' Institute.  The Kootenay and Boundary district  I ts applied to thejpeparfcment of Allien- \  j Miller, Hugh Gunn. W. Guns. Poole. 1 iture is in charge of M.S. Middletoa and  I Wnm and Grady.   ' " ������s ^ ���������?-d 0ttt a *"**** lor th&,  | various   fruit   and vegetable growing-  -    _- 4eetipns. The Instructors were at Grand  ~ -.. - ������4������      rA     aiiaa Forksp February 28 and 29  and will be  yftSiOfi     IS     BUilJ JtHobson;  March  1  and; 2; Oreston,  was married almost immediately afssr i lowlands meeting i had no th-uBl-t  olj  At a meeting of the Ratepayers of th^  above district held in-July' last the sum I uoth  her arrival.  Miss Ruth Xif er and Gordon ILan&d^u  of       Canyon    ��������� City  went  >fy$1400 was voied to defray 'tsspsssas j ^     S'-adgoiiat,     Idsho } Friday  and  were married. Saturday.   They returned  to Canyoi#CB-3r~afct>nce and  will make  [fit the public S_uool.  .  ^gtttptm   hein������'N������railted-pBrmissi_n to-]  TheConservativesalsoab^tei^es^r^ ^^.^ ^^  1Utiuu.u������v������.iUB  ������*- ----���������     - ���������*"*",- 1 raa MtinA in which 1900 was vo.ea.--.n6  lnent and its P9)W ^ ^ ltnto^-   ^x  ^-.ressious oi: gre vi u������������u -_i *-������fa *������uUI"-  Vnd'hisCahinet were heard on all sidew  < A resolution was also adopted as-ina  that a game warden be established in  this district,   There has been a rumor  that the appointment will be made from  Proctof but theN Oreston people argue  that the authority in this district might  just aB well be left in the hahds of Jas.  Bates of Oranbrook ns tp go to Prootoi  11 for the wardoiiship.   It- is the belief thai  the valley needs the -warden and at one,-  Several new membors were added V  the rolls Wednesday evening and th������-  Cohaervntivo^oiub^ is loosiing more aliv.  entercaining a newspaper coatro-'eccsy  but I find no less,than 1 onr demands', for  \. me to answer first that of two indecent  valentines whicb rcame to my address  1tH3aEi������g^-postJ.marktso������ a Httle to j?n^������it-  Jrnate a vhic\e^,V s^e ^~f������4 ������^-^.s ^ ^.-^ q^ ^^  I ^        _*       - 44 ._     ���������4     ���������ft. A    ���������4.44#4't.4,Vna.~'������4ra.4     .' .4 .  i tfaith 4 and 5 and Proctor. MarahS .and  iMliSIOTIinC^T S-il-i H������ ~- These l-0'***611 Bre offered in a aOiju.  IH I tO I MlCH1    nCLlI} nat makes them -Enable to all clasaep  11      . t   I .f growers and agriculturai men.   Tuq  j .oils, cultivation and plant growth with,  Begina/ Sask.���������The recently issued j 3pecUa attenfcion to fcuit pests  handbook of the board of trade is be-1 ,abjects of the lectures,  ing given' sb -eao-HKras     -carc-la-ion? 1    rn^Q g-j-a-gg gg jj.ogpo.j8 olls; for C^st4>u  4 5������ -  ?&*  fcheif honia til ere.  than It hftaf.r some years. Aaothi/i  meeting of tlie o^ gahiaatlon v;ili be hold  -nn-Snturduy evening, March 0 at; -ht  !Beaver Hall.  vas called in whioh $900 was voted.-The  first assessment of $1400 waB received at  rho offlnw of the Assessor and Collector  but bv some er foi* the latter requisition  for a further assessment of $900 waa-not  received, unknown by the Trustees or  it the Assessment office.   In the mean-  time the notices for the $1400 assessment  ,m iunting to 8  and one-tenth mV\\  were iBBued.     The   Secretary  of  thr  School Board then immediately tookup  che mutter with the Assessor as to wb  rh^ total amonut called  for was     ly  $1400 and what had beoome ot the     00  later  arced  for.   A  special roil     ������s  therefor, necessary to tako care of tl St  iaver $900.   Tho assessment notices tm  ,i!_ ntiil rai������ o*1 $800 ia all v.i'.l be issuetl  tb���������the;ratepayo-8. 2..'       2.   ''-'-r'X -'..'X^:',  ,:,   J Compton- ' yXXX  .;.������������������"''''....'""Seo. of School Trnatees/ J  in ft  t si  niiniAR  iTu  Si. i. y��������� DUUsfiL  ��������� ���������.���������!.-.-:���������.."i.    - -    ��������� -  rtn4.������-iioi  n..A bs������rini? on the reclS-mation i ls.sv.j*ji -���������������^-.^^a..^.   D.i������i*Q'a.d..      As  ill  of the* kooteiiay fiats.   I confess I \Pas j tratiiig the substantial growth, gf the  uot a little surpised as it seemedTau   af- j city, it io shown that' eleven Oanaui  =- -        Monday Afternoon. March 4.  teisiath oE *he immoral language m-ed  k-. _o~.o thp -Twnkerp on. that  oocasio-n,  44.^      44V44.-     -. ��������� J.     - -*^  l certainly not a ladies meetiujg.   Secoi &d  an banks now hav$r bran_hes in Re-  _-in������   Tnithouea there was no clearing  4^ - V ���������  house here until October 1309.   Stir  On the oveni og of Wednesday, March  he tttb. at the Jiome ot G D. Brown, on  Swanson's Rajp-eVwill beneld the firs!  >pen social gathering of the W. O. T.U  The mole friend, s of the members and  ill other* interea ted in Eduoational and  Social Work are   cordially invited to be  resent.    Dr. "Ml/ells. Rev   Sarkissian,  i    mv. Eby ubd a. few others aro expected  |   > give shprt addresses and aid in the  'onoral diseuaf lion on several live topics.  The Preslifrterian congregation and  idherents h-ive voted in favor of church  Union by a. yote oJ44 to 15. The ITer-  ���������iiQ Presbyterians this week voted in fa  LefbaiUIJ    ������U������     4.^.4.44.4.   ������������������ ��������� ��������� ������������������ ,  tbe    Editor  himself   used almost  t he   another chartered bank   will flhe-tl:  .._ ^__ ������^. ~.~~nm +*-h_    or^ption of    a hand-  ^B  wholt) of the Eaitorinl coiumn totty to  \  convey to the people ������. different m.eoa-  iu^ than was calculated, but he could  uot make it stick, as I heard Beverai  people say "there ia no use in him trying to twist thiugt, iu thr.t way," j  Third W. S. Walker made this stafco-  ment,*'Go totho east side of tbe highest  ridge of the rookies wii^rfl tha air- haa  .hcrnber/ .  Monday S?ening  1:30���������-Orcliard Pests and their Control,    . -��������� Hoy.  commence the    erection of    a hand- j ir30~Small Bruit-, H Thornber.  .   ������3.      ^._     .+.������ ���������* ix,m<+ I Discussion ledTby D. Timmone.  some new building, the eite of vrnl-l: s *  .    . u-������-^    wnci.aV i        Tuesday Afternoon, March 5  has already been purchased.   Bngusr |        '  Vsapitalists who recently toured    th  prairie provinces have expressed their  t selves in unstinted termB ae to theli'  S.  A oouple of pretty fair sheets of ice on  tho ilutB drew out the skaters by tht  eo������re Bomo Jof the ni������ht8 ihia week.  '.������������������"���������"������������������'������������������..._      ...".'���������.���������.���������..  The   tolepheno (oohip.ny !nnnounee^  that I.. S.' Bevan haa boon given hi  iiumbox-68.    Also the No R6 is, butk  iutdcOftiU-lCHlOU,  i:00���������Pruning Demonstration,   M  diddietou.  ���������:00-Commercial Vegetable growing.P.  _    _. Prencli.  irapressions of Rcgina.   Among these Tuesday Evening  Jpmas' McKay' of   Liverpool^ Bng.,      .-0_Orchard piauB ���������ud Plantingf P.s_  stated in a recent interview ��������� 'Where     <renoh    TjiBouaBion led by J Oomptou.  lever ono stops,    wiuniv-g,  Calgary.     :45���������Judging ������nd Exhibition Standard*  cleared of It- laBt cryssal of snow, ft'|jkegtaa> Vancouver or Prince Rupert \ilmQt Middleton,  bygrdsaetrio test will show moisture^iu Lh<j ^^ ^rQ tbe same-.pmero8B and J j ;45_X43cturo  UluBtratcd by  laatcru  tueair. At the same moment a woman | optlmlsrn.     ������ England would wake | sri0WSf m. S. Middleton.  at Creaton is,taking in ������..widl;.d-4ea;^ Cana *  iiittudry from a olothea line, she ������*y*>i aa -florda TwAh for; tho investment o'  ���������they Iroae dry'' I r^lty don't tWnk.:J ^.y nnd ^^   placing of men, he^  *R  'orbrll&to6    The vote waft taken in   ^6 is a woman in C-eaton so fooUBh JretwrnB wouia  ibo greater than fron  Mra. E O. Wilson is confined to hef.  abme by i.lneBB.  The Pronbyt-riau Bible class held: it^i  regular monthly meeting last oven in j?'at  (he bhuroh.   The evening program:#$$1  rlib shape of ah oratbrlonl ooiitofli? iii  vhiohsix members of the   olaBB IodK  ������iub. y The honors went to Mwm  Smivh  111 a well delivered voqltatiou.  f-onneotioni with the effort to combine  S^Pre-byteria^fl, Mefliodlflt- and Oon*  j{������gntionftii������ta of Canada  ..KWT".'.:���������- "���������!.'���������'   ���������'���������!������������������    ���������  -'.    ������������������, ������������������       ������������������ ���������'.���������?���������'      '���������   ���������   ���������,������������������������������������  ih-faoc la that ladies of Creston aro |any o- her other inveBtmento in Oo  naving theli Btrawberry feutivale; pio I tt.0htal  deyelci)m-i-t."    Mr.  M.KayiV  Jamei <bawbroui ^vho ha$ been vi������lt*  .n������ lilH i)*r- ..tn in tbii. nitjr fi^ ������he pan.  Wool( has heen oonfliitd to hip homo b:  illiumrtitha puttt tVw d������iyn hut Ib now n������  covering.     .    ���������  W. Dow retumeA Sunday faom th*  Oratigemens' convention at RevelBtok������������.  ThouiBB Martiii, -- Fernle, dlntrlet  . ^roBcnt^tive for the Soranton Inter-  nutluWl CorroBiM mdenoo abhool' ������pont  ���������he early part bf t ho week In Orenton. I  uloa etc., at that time.  W* S. Walker"hoWiViir did hit ������he>  nail an the head when he uiade Jneaatlow  0, jb& fi.c.C thatdowu in Ai._oua who-**'  8 lebi of  v.ator evaporated in a- yew  mcent trip was atrangcd to cover ov-  ery1 important district in the wcb1  with a view to the investment ol  private capital  Beginning today the schools, at Ores*  on will oommenco at 9 o'olock iiiBtead  I _f 9:00 OB UHual.  Mr Martin beiiev bh that hia "throcgh  hn'mail'' oouwen would lie of dooldod  B. B       ' ��������� Utmlea this   year.    What a Bhamo ti 1  whtoUiBlU toiiB.aiBai.iH������irhigm.������aue-pPP108 tu,B   y J  ���������FOR SALE-Ohoioo 10 aowtB of  fruit land, mile"and half north of town,  lood two-atory roWdenee; Wattr on  and; nearly all land alnBhed, halt acre  loured and planted. Apply to owner,  K. C. Gehrke, CroBton, -0-tf  Rev" B. 8ftr-.iM.tm went to Salwn  Vfonday to attend the BeislonB 0- th*  ppr-Bbytery, r^irnitnR ThtimcUv.  VV-UiavpA  *���������_  -���������������*���������-* . '--.-mm- .-,  otia-vtipor p'w acre every four day a, Now slnughtor the timber In thid manner  ���������no man   oimroPH  w���������������.i-.������, -.. .  it tho.wator were to ������ve-poiate .������* thu Quy is not tho only man who woulr'l  ��������� ���������',.���������      ..,'��������������������������������������������� . , . 'I  henftttttpthopeoj ttftof thin ������ootlonwho Bunio rate ou the 80,000 uovob of, Koala- u������-G to ������eo the big timber men keep oui'  ^r������ engngluv gem unsiUarmlu^ and poul*  nay flias It would  mean that 1,-00, QUO  Klot.loall valley baok and I hope  thai,  try raising.' Tho   Soranton abhool hftB  tona would oviipotati*;every fo��������� ta vlaye ������or tuo tovifl|ng ftnd the rooouflolidatlng 01 $" w- MoOatoheou,  who haa been  spuio bt tbo bijotti jjoultrymen   in the in other words it would tak.������012 loco- the etatuoa will convey to ub a  moon* >onnooled with the local Bank of Oom-  luouvoa auily oaa-ylug  iO cur-   vfith a by \vhich vr������ nn a community will b������ uewo for tho p.������t bIx months i������o������lved  capacity ot 30 tona to each ear   to iUl ^XAo to   rid   oursolvofl from anythinp -telegram.from the Distrlot, auperiuteu-  states on Ub staff, m������ inutruotois.  t..(i, .\s yAni.'Wvliiy.' ���������'   ���������",'".  >M  T������tek Bo*������n Ib moving thlnR- A'ih"*:     _Seo the new. trtool. of Petor������otVP-P6������ tho vacancy cauaed by tho   -vapc*Ration,  wWch will retard our  *"���������'.������������������ l .': ��������� .'.."'. I'      '     ���������.'.'*, '       '''    ,:���������.''.. .1 ',. ....... 4 !      i.._,4-.A4n������  prt or w h'������������*',-,",������������b',���������'',ta'  ' mi? ������vlth hl������ new'.huJidlng in onlftf r>   w^ HtoutB at tl 10 Wqobr btoro.  b >Wv'or the lrbrdB tiiat are on tboir  Itcv. Ehyy flltni-oaUonthe Bohjeotor  MwwliiV  AJ^IUiUit  v/������'   ���������.������������������������  .;,..,.      ym-~~    ���������   .      ,:y. ^vy nW0,   ���������'-��������� ,    ���������   ,'. ;���������;,.,.  MlHnoftA. L.NeedhamanuMuy _onni ���������~~  nontnok a pleonuro trip to Kltchcnw,!    ^Ott SALE-lArgo Hoa^r, cheap ^j'at ^ei'-Meth. _flia������������lrarob.  Y,_. a. tnf ���������!���������������������.��������� r������*,������t������-������iincr" tin* iti-xf-ilnv: ! jgbeetH* Mnuk.������t������ (EngllRh), tow������*lB, nil;' ~"~~  '-.!��������� '' ' intfu. rtiffu. aU ehoap.   Apply Mi0������ Dor*  .*.~*\mm*m    A  M ,r,Vm ho     ti l������l*������r  C������thO-  ... 1 .oil t������   TUt  .4,4      .     ,44-4.      ���������"     4       --    .  .  44444I44'.1' 4 14  Oookii ift, i|w4Howoi-U,Ne<!(lhnvnik,  | JNliraiug,' w^w ������'i, -iuimun ������....  Kuoruioua but true. j opement.  Pourvh as to thoBla^ghterhg a i the  timbermentlonnd by Guy Lev,out urg.  TI._ __iz..rs_r*!'^ ���������"������*���������'������ nf *i������.il ���������*������������������ vi i-lea  but the moat I eonUl geblrom thv . mill  mau was $1 per U,  on the -tump a    >���������'  Youra truly,  T, M. Tffidmondson.  .vood for the time being. Me, left bti  th������ noon train to tako up hl������ "work th*re  Mao will be uilaaod vory much by tho  young people of Oroatou and everybody  **������t.-f������,i" will l>������ onlv  -.'%]  ���������t,u\  will  . ������...   .,1.44 4V    4*1,  Rev. M  . P. Eby H, A. will preaoh  iajt<wipi_-it-y*  it...  yu \ ai o  to liownor, B. O. ou Mouday.  ii o.huroli.  L--������,  t   untlOl'titA ,������il������yu������i  May.  11HIII..     vkl>"  to $3. ���������'* OM.Bk Warnov, Oregon.  .   .              14-      At MothodiBt Ohnreb Bnnday morning and  htttcloH- than ten duilM. p������r turn.   , At Method          ^^ ^^ ^  ihiH 'vrrliiiig  I have   an apple tiw   o ey������*������������'b ���������  yotUm uld whioh prodded $8 wwtii* ���������������- aM������������d������  .n**nt-ii nlothoM cleaned, p������-Wied and  .. 4      .n .. .r  nt. llWwnl..      ���������   lft*4Mt  I  I  V*  r./.   "-' ;,  ,|m        .     .     ���������*-.     ' ,,^t������*,     .*-���������._,**#     ,    l       t^^,S.,.^.JU.*^Hl,������,t?i������,M.������.4_tt.,4������������������W  '!ua;i-___.  ���������MM4414444444���������<IM44W44WW44l4WHM������44������Ha4���������H44.  MM 'XXX^iyXy.  ligmmmmMmmmmmi  FRED  M.  WHITE  :!!^'.'f?-!y *r".LONDON.%-:y-. -y >.'?;?  *^MtD, tipCk & CO., iilMITJ-iB  (Continued;.  ^:^"(SHAPiySR XIII  "An Officer arid a Gfentleman  ���������v;?->. -As ? most   jbeppie: are./! ,s\vur������,    -the  :?��������� camp-followers of the turf are a large  .v: ������������������ 7 body, whose ���������ways of earning a living  Xyy:are, to say the least of it, peculiar.  yy. This! noble army numbers people, of  vl   all   kinds.    From  the-  member  oi  a  ?! '��������� jswagger West End Club to the hunib-  ���������'-4-; ler seller of" cards on    the   - various  ?V.:���������'.-bourses.-' Amongst these, in his place,'  .'.>'������������������   c%me Aaron Phillips.   If he had been  asked, he would probably  have said  :...'?������������������   that he was a professional backer of  y    horses, a description which covers a  ?'-wide field and embraces many tneth-  ods of getting a living���������-more or less  y    honestly.  Probably Phillips - would   have  J*e-  y    seated the imputation that he was not  y ������������������:������ sportsman and would have declared  <    emphatically that he was nothing else,  .-.,'���������������������������. He had been connected with raciiis;  ever since .he could recollect, but^had  ?   nsvsr been across a Korse'in /his life  and would have found it impressible to  pick oat the good points of an animal.,  ^ All the same he was fond of, horsea  in' his way.   Ke had heard them talked  ,2"   about all his life, and. most of tbe fre->  Qjt^nterw. of his father's public-house.  -j     were either followers ol raclag or':Vsi-:  \ ' directly mixed up -wit"** the "sport of  icings."   He bad been born, too, hi.;,the  vicinity of a classic coarse and had  always taken the greatest interest in  thedramatic side ot thethxf.   There  r^as not an ingenious swindle perpetrated in the? past century but he had  **���������** Aat-a.ria.-nt' it   hy titmrt  P*m- gonie years befere his dep^^rtnre Ma.  I/|'wduld|_ee'Mr. Ph-lllpb/if that geatle  iaua "v'SUiii go^up....'���������. j"  ;j  it was the typical, room in a todg .  ins-house; Jhabby  Axmlnster  carpet/1  idingy. horsehair furniture, with   the >  inevitable? lustres oilthe?nmiitleple-6.1  .TTheTtableciothy! was .hone ! too  clean, j  i'though onyit was a; vase !or two: ?of,  j flowers, tastefully t arranged;   At one;  j end of the tablesat-a, stout,- phik-faced i  ' person with ��������� a car af ully��������� trimmed, grey I  zboustache. ? Hb wasy ay typical speai*  men bt-the retired ���������baiiitat^: man, bluff ������  and hearty  in mahner, ? with a pair;  of faded grey eyes;*faintly^ tinged v.Titlit'  pink.   Evidently, too, he had been accustomed to mix with the? best people,  as he would have���������' phrased it himself.  I Probably he still -belonged to a good  l^club and ho doubt: found it exceedingly difficult to make both endsy.iaeet.'  j /The second person at the breakfast I  4 table; was an exceedingly pretty girl,r  who looked. uonet the less refiued and  i'JSS   attractive   b_08.tiSS!'   -th6     SfiS-H".?'.  I black dress was ci ihe '.plainest.'   She  i was chattering gayly as Miy Phillips  ' came in.   She appeared to hav;e a pi-o-;  per respect and affection for her father, whose words she seemed to hang  upon.    The   Major   looked  up from  the table and vnodded genially.  -"You are punctual,    Phillips,"    he,  said.   "I .am afraid I am a-.little.,'late;  this morning.   Alice, my dear, 'this is  Mr. Phillips.   Be is the distinguished  journalist I was telling you about last  night.   We are. both of us connected  with the same papers."  As th������ Major spoke* he winked swift-  iy at Phillips   and the? latter smiled.  Wbat the  Major was driving at  he  hadn't the remotest idea. -������������������-���������* :*:"i'-":?-'       j  "Oh, yes,''he murmured; "theJlajbr���������';  and myself are old friends."  The   girl   smiled   pleasantly,      She  seemed a trifle shy and gave Phillips  the impression that she had no friends,  MiS: that her young life was. for the  most part, a constat sacrifice for the  benefit ot her seirish and somewhat  dissipated father. Sixe rose presently  and-with an excuse lest the two mea  together. Immediately she wa^ &o������i&  ���������w Major crossed the room and .produced a bottle of branoy from which  fie helled himself liberally.    -Wiips  curtly, refused. ??'?,, ?-'���������  MI met some old friends last night, *  {the Major said. "1 am afraid 1 was  'just a little���������well; you know _pw it  1 do" said PhilUps shortlj.-. "But  -rliat did you tell that Ue for? What  have we got to do with journalism?"  "My dear sir, there are times when  one has got to dissemole. 1 know I  am a bit of an old scamp, but you s*e,  [mv daughter debsn't know it. I  wouldn't like her to know the life I  ��������� tayjaT'Tiyibn i^0^$yyjm^2^i  Many up  jSpmewhat  vfi^physique  an*    .  i;baby resembles!  .Jpt? the human,;,  jdbes the g  m_a;''**'''__a������-'-Bn^ars or'.so,.,...���������., -_....-���������,-...,.,,.. .,...,.^.,...... ....,���������.-,.,,..-,  fym^Xy^y^symiJiySJSiotice,, they..aa.y.>!:hb^;$  ;^f&BS_^^ 'the. sol6S?of !its!^ei^-^^|!hi;;i  iuU-* -s*"erful germicide _aw>wn ^ 1 ; Pbwer of tufningyita^^  ?^P^^^������fe^fel   "^ soles atf#:^:*il������al_^i^lt������^i_^J  ^paWSf ^PASKWE!!f;OTiBW^Si^yyThis :&vg]}$l*$g^^^$%M  in. ? 6no hundred 'ptatjiiy/i  .kiiied spor--of virulent  viu??Ies9\.than: an?^Xtioixsy, .^-^.--^  embolic acid fails to hsU tiii_t!]getm  ���������! in-'twertty--four!hoi������s^^^  .'���������y Yet KARExTS 0HE2fM^-*!;s%yI  ; HOHt -POlS^rTpirS.-  aoa- -cot-i  of a baby's arm'^b^ppl^te^  its : legs. -:' Esp.e^ims^tgi'^R^������-;?v^now  ���������feet?intb.^e?^n^U?^p^'  ...y&skXmy  ��������� inKu^iiS S '  M|^._ps-?-*^^p^  fered two years with female diBorderBK  . is aisd an irresistible deodorixer ?B  B and antiseptic.  This is the cheini*; ���������  > improvedSas^taryChemicsd Closet, g  Send for booklet ^!-fejjdeirn B  sanitation :~ " The yl$&i?��������� ?.io��������� ���������  Hea4th."As_: your -ealwr or o-__. _fe-e..  ���������'^KiriE SaHsSsfnis^ai!^isetem^  - B^UE__Rr������W-__n.������ l!mWLm%\i!:-9  *-_K-i-.y.-.--,.  --.��������� ���������  ......,,t-...^^���������^^^wwn..,^   ...  rosive and hon-infurioua to human \t y years old can suspend; themselves by ! tlif le^.^ and sea t*������d -h the f imldd^byf!  4.44^-^ ;:  PAisvi^pw !;GHE2HGA^?;S.vo-iao ur������is-,- i:rom y^)^^^^*^^. leach booth  (.wheiii:yribt���������ehgalffedBh?!  nar^alii'lng or ingratiating; himself to"  '!pbssibib. buyers);sitaT!the^bwheWin_s^-  i muring the iattribute_??b-^^llah?^to jSI������t  ' ainbbr beads or-embkitig'^bigiaTett^jt  kjbhtemplatlve!'silehbe,f,.:'::?!TT?!'?;!y^T^  ?'v?]^OheT".iovely.;:.part^;to?:wa!nde!ryS.ih;0^  .���������th6;b*^b^a*5aar*!.!!.lt!?.see^  get" eyerythihg cphbeivabie/ |h; ibyeiy!  cArvfed brass; WhileXRO-he-Ta  fuilyx; inlaid  with 7 silyerv yiThis .vi-y?a.i  very,?ehoice bazaar.;rand bhe^^is sssjVedj  ; \vith coffeeJahd'Turkitihfdelight. !^  ? '''In 'bne part?they? make'the!queereitt?  jthingB���������scenes��������� ,db!he?^ih,?;rbug& vapplt^  que work: on coarse stuf?.; There th^ey  ������������������'.'w; ^'ivnere are .oootns-;or;'e-very^.^grv;ana*-.^jj^������i������������^^  !d___riptibri;:fn>m!tftb^  ;?prtbeiesB-: ftilk!: caroet&.^irbm!!;Pei^iai^  t-.^ -~   :- . -.--..,, .... ..���������_. -,��������� .,_... ,,,;-^r...,.-.. ,.,...4.,.,^.^-..4-_���������-^1,.,.   ..  L^ce������a-������_a,.....,i.s4.������44.i44r4.4-,4ri ������������������-".TBx4art^o������r44-e4.."'-,..T.-.;..-''.,;-TT  for South Africa he bad followed racing from .one cour.se to; another. Probably he .had never done anything deliberately dishonest; but was up to  ������very trick and-dodge and turn. < so  that he always seemed to have induey  ���������in his  pocket and was always well  dressed.   The fact that his mother had j womuu v ***������ ���������-������.  >-, ,   been s gipsy belonging to one ofthe jam leading for worlds. She is a good  leading Romany tribes Phillips found \ girl and believes in me, and L aav������  gr.eatly  to  his  advantage.    He  was {managed to ^ve her agood education.]  stick for at tea^:tehu__bbhda.  ;    i'nat   dlatlnguiahed.T?������ni^*i������^?:?Br.  Chalmers Mitchell^iu^recetiX/lbc  remarked that he had ^oivivVbablbs {  not only hang oh withbut;������uppb^  voluntarily take?awapbhe hand,; hanging on with only bh^everthablea only  an hour bid..????^j|.;uie!;:!^eat'?^-arm.  strength is said to date!frbini:the!dayb  when our ancestors relied on. their  arms alone in swlhg.ng#t������rin ^trbe to  tree. y^ ./.���������:  :������������������;'y'yXtyyyy��������� -^x^yy:y.  ; Another curious p^iht brought forth  la that of the perpendicular furrbvv  on the upper lip,������Aa people' grbSv bid  aeontinuaj?^  " iwhich-^waasd-inapjy-*  ^���������*^wl;v:^>I:v<ltptt|-liv*xtO-w,vV  er this gets lesaj and :ib83distiubt^a^ oh? the  floor',; !of theit  sometimes vanishes entirely.? But? iii  babies, as in apes, this? furrow lis ybriy  deep iutleed..? .':;.:y2y-y.y-yyyyyA22y'2:xy2y.  Again, anyb-ody who has had charge5  bf a baby knqwsvthati ifv left to i^elf  when   going  to  sleep,   it" chooses "'  stalls, stitching aw_.y?w^  . -.est .idii'igehceYiw  |,;tb;;lbok> lauding iip;their?wares tb? the  :skieB\:!?.;They-;are';'very!?;good.T i"'-'""'"  -lh''the'^ayvthey.;?'wili';8hQW'?thei-:  How the Bedouin Captures    a    Bride  When   Her   Parents   Opjibse? iHlle  withbttt^ my ibtibfc .,,.  nearly filing?Sme, yy  and 1 ywbiild ?!hfeye^ ;?  sttch ?amg������igf������8en^-;g  s'a.'ti'G_i'S''-I-':- C'0"'ti'l _L''?;''"  ,,v.,.,.- ,-,-,-, .��������� ,..   M^^^XMyy^y  ?ha^ soreiie-B inv each, side, couldytipt:^y  ?stahdtfght clothing, and was irregular*��������� .;'  i^iWaSvComlrf-teiy ::xw^6ymy&X^:imi\^y--'  vice I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegs^  table Compound and Liver Pille ancl  ; atdcenlb^g, g^b_i!:he_,ltfe  ,"tab-e; JMa',,^o:?^gffs!'?4_i^ \ -  iihM?^;.aiC^;dr'piih;-?.������_^^  ' b^vii^_-^;!washi]d.gJarW. ?4iv������ir^hihg,?v ?  ;s_4-l ii-y������rhav-the bfiUjfe^hbaaynabrei  never above passing the time of day  with such wandering nomads as he  eboountered, and more than once had  benefitted by his politeness.   Had be  ever . wanted a rueful    and    faithful  tool, something uncommonly smart in  the way ot a human ferret, he knew  where to put his hand on such a! person.    Strange as it may seem, there  has never been, a great fraud connected with the turf that hasnotybeen  areely whispered amongst its humble  followers long before it has reached ^uu _,  the ears o! the authorities.   More than [-..-.a,^^--  once Phillips had listened to the out _  TTH.iin.Bc_L <.w e,-.-~ ������������������ ~ w  She is the only? thing?;l have got in  tbet world to care for.. - She is tie only  thing that has ; kept '^e?!vtr6in;;:'gbing'  line of a story which would have a_-  i.-,nishcd the magnates of a Jockey  Club If they could have heard it. And  it was by such means that he had  .managed to. pick up the threads of.a  plot which, before long, seemed likely to make for sensational disclosures,  lt was au additional satisfaction to  Phillips to know, that the main per-  tMras in this plot were his old enemies  Raymond Copley and Poster. He had  followed up the clues lu his patient  way and at last he had something  really definite to go upon.  It might be inferred  that Philips  already had these two in the hollow;  of his hand.    But lie had learnt pa-,  tie-ce in the hard school of adversity;  and had no Intention    of    throwing  away the chance ot making money for  the mere ealce of revenge.   At any moment, he might have pricked the glittering bubble which Copley had blown  and have laid both scoundrels by the  heelB ln gaol but that would have entailed loss of time and probably a'con-  fslderahl**   nojourn   In   South   Agfrlca,  without  any  material return beyond  that ot a triumph over his enemies.  Ntfw he waB beginning Lo bt������_ a way  to crush both Copley and Foster, and  fill his own pockets at the same time,  lie   was not  without his  peculiar  ������ode of honor.   Harry Fielden had defended him at one time, and he was  not going to forget it.    And Fielden  would have been astonished to learn  how much Phillips knew about his affairs,   lie knew, for instance*, all about  May Haredale.   Ho knew that Copley  was lnfut.ualeu with the girl and that  he was preparf.il to go any lengths to i  make her his wife.   He knew too, prot*  ty  well   what  was   In    old    Raffle's  mind and chuckled as ho thought, of  it.   .\nd now the time had come when  it would Wc necessary to fire tho first  ehot.  TTo turned out of his lodgings on a  Bunny Friday In February, and nuitje  his way to TluRHell Souare. Ik* was  more carefully rtreHnnd limn UBiial and  worn a <lu..'.., <|iili;t-loo!:in,c, cult, with  a grey overcoat and felt, hat. His  cloven wore v*������Mit, bin hoots wpII polished, nnd, savo tlio horBcshoe pin in  his white cravat, there was no bur-  -/T.'.Uon of tho raHntf nuin about him.  Ho turned pronently Into Kolly  Street, nnd, Unoc-Winfc at. the door of  n certain hoiinc ask<>d for Major Car-  when I am done Lwifcb.i some of my relations will look sitter! her. Meanwhile  they takevpreciousi gbbd ?������ire to keep  me at arm's .length? ,^ blame  thesa, either. I hit upon the journal  istic dodge to account for, my late  hours. And I was afraid you might  give me away. I am bound to. tell you  this, and I hope you will respect my  : j confidence.' And nov?. what do you  ;*|want me for?   Sit down a minute  .\I.    4 44^4���������       __   --           _  Well. I have come to put a little  money is. your way," Phillips replied.  "I gave you a hint of what I waa after  the night before last. They tell me  that you are a member of the Post  Club.. "Oh, yes,:^ Carden replied.  "1 have* managed somehow or other io  keep myself, on the club bookB. Not  that 1 go to the Post very much be',  cause I can't afford it. If I meet a  young friend occasionally who is anxious to'see life, I take him there to  lunch on the strict understanding, of  course,, that he repays me." '  "Well, then, I want you to take mc  there. I want to lunch there today  and I want you to introduce me to  Rickety, the commission agent. It  is a ve^y simple matter. If you can  bring .this about and get me half an  hour's conversation with Rickerby after lunch. I'll give you a tenaer and  pay for the lunch besides. There's no  risk and no, responsibility as far as  you are concerned."  The Major pondered the mutter.  "What are you  up  to?"  lie  asked  presently. *'  "That," Phillips said, "Is no business  of yours. But 1 assure you that I am  up to nothing wrong. And nothing  1 can say or do will get you Into trouble. I don't mind telling youtaeio js  a big swindle on foot to rob Uie lading bookmakers and commission  {.gents, and lam trying to expose ,i.  It I do, there will be a good rouud ti-.i������-,i  of money for me, and it I fall, I irtnill  ho none the worse o������f.   Now, arc >rvu  game?"  The Major smiled. At that moment  ten-pound notes were scarce, nnd Phi'.  lip's offer came in the nature oi a  windfall. But It was not part or IiIb  diplomacy to accept the suggestion  too eagerly.  "1 think bo," he said. , "I don't see  why I . Hhouldn't accommodate you.  And, perhaps, later, you might have  something gIho to put In my way."  "Very well, then " Phllllpt, replied,  "I need not iloiuiu you any longer now.  I'll moot you at the club at half-piiBt  one."  (To bo Continue,;!,  .^������������������DORDS'..''//,  "���������yiX"'  ]    ��������� -'. -i���������r- ,1-.r���������������������������������-">���������^r~,���������^���������  ,i>K;-l"'D,N.:-E't4  Just as it is allowable with the Bie-  douiu to steal camels, so the > ypung,  inb-D ?may help oneiaaibtherr to y.^t_M?  wives from other ���������������������������''.���������'���������!!trib^.:V:^TPor;-.:V:-ex-  ample, says the Wide World, notice  will -be given beforehand by a youth  to the parents of the girl that,v, ^ihbe  she has/not yet been asked ^fbr* he  waats ;her and is willing to pay such  and such a;price., '���������??^y!-yy'XX'X'yyyX  Only the rich cani afford to buy  themselves pretty wives, for the priced  is sometimes considerable..^? Besides *  camels, goatts, sheepi and Tclothlhg, a  large.^sum in money must also be paid.  |'It often happens that th^j parents of  the girl refuse to give her at the price  fixed, or declare that they wish to,  keen her longer, or tha?t ahe i������ too  young."  'l his may continue until: the young  man is exasperated and' will not be  put 6S any longer. * Kc;lhea; forms a  company of his companions, all  mounted and well armed, while he  also mounts on camels and horses ten  women of his cptmp. Thby.go secretly to the camp where the' girl is, and  while the young man and his companions wait with their rifles loaded  and ready outside the tent, the women  go into the apartment of the harem  and bring rthe girl out by force.  It is not allowable for strange men  to enter the harem quarters, neither  would it be proper for the father of  the girl to resist or touch strange women. The women easily overpower  the mother and women servants, and,  setting'the girl oh a horse or camel j  gorgeously decked, they set off homeward with their 'company. She i.s  then taken to the tent of the young  man, who makes a feast, and with  this the marriage ceremony is complete.  ' v-   ���������''��������� wV:*.'  From the time that a Bedbnuln Is 1?  years of age until he dies of old age  he is more or less looking out for new  wives. By law Mohammedans are  never allowed to have more than?four  at the same time., but they easily  evade this regulation by divorcing  one, which Simply meahs sending her  back to her parents. This Is often because she has borne Mm no, sons. So  It happens that the old -sheikhs at*  most always have young wives.  It ia'' considered effeminate for a  man to hIiow affection toward hu*  wives, at least openly. Ono of the  young BhelkhB of tbo AO.waiiB Moutha  fy, who recently loat his young and  only wife acknowledged to he the  prettiest girl ln the tribe, shod "tears  at hor grave. For this .ho was much  laughed at by his companions, who  said: "II" a man's wife die he can  easily procuro himself anothor." But  for n deceased father, brothor, or even  a mother, thoy think it dbca not ohow  weaknoBB to mourn.  This seeming Indifference to women has undoubtedly grown out of  tho idea tbo men entertain that the  exprotttj appreciation of thorn would  bo weak and unmanly. \ The De'doulna,  In private, treat their wives with more  conoid oration than Is generally shown  among Oriental.., uniioelally no If they  ncdouli. v.'omrn can  . -. .-.--_.-      ^-,4-. --���������-������_, ���������   . ���������-������������-      ������������*.v*^-������*f ..    ,y -���������; -_>._-i\^v������*^v^������-p .   .Ii d  pasture which seems horribly uacoifn-|  fortable to its mother'-orAnursb^-"!������������������ tt.'  goes to sleep ?iy:ug; oh its! stomach,  with its limbs ;curled up beneath it.;!;  Another  iadicatibh'2ot now  bablesi  [ are nearer to thetree-awellihg pedbd  I   4V*.     tUr.     -������,.~      4.������4������������-4,    4.������^^���������     --V2i     A'~. -**!������'ji:   i.?ri!l J.  j-i    4-4i^    .4.V.V    44V44.U   .v444?/ :al^T W' VUC.ailUl'.?  ayouud them is said;to bb found Inthe  passiou babies havby fbt. crawling! up  stairs. No baby will? crawl along < a  level floor, if it? caii find;- a staircase.  -There seems, to ?lib sbihe mysterious  instinct teaching;it?to',eliinh.! "::',y2;y  To send the babyv to.' bleep ybu rbc^  It.  either in th������T ?arm: or? th������ orafllef  Why?    Grown-bbiPtywould ;bhlyv turn  giddy.    But rockltig ?sobth_s: a baby.  Another legacy,  .says  this  school  of  scientists from our tree-top days. More  than one scientist has pointed out that  the favorite lullaby in most languages  has, as in "JRock-a-by, baby.,? on? - the  tree-top,"   some    reference   -to !'.the!  swaying motion of-trees, and.attempt-  have been made to prove' thatTtssesef  lullabies,  which are all of: igreat> an-?  tiqulty,   are   due   to 2 the   race's ydin-  memory of the,past...- ;;.'yvyy.:,,:.??;??^y';?y.T  Watch the way a baby? grips a?, mug  u������.u uiiiUgu j-ou leutftem you have. (���������^rii~.;;������;������_������ -sinblifth It ������?^.1Cfi*a.^^A^t i������;' - ;  ������o  intention of buying.    Of    course, j l?*0^*S&j������m^J$������g������  they do it in the hope that you may be      ���������������"������^L  ���������- Z m^+.ZZl T?*������m~lm  ! tehipt-d to buy Bb^_ttiiU&  ?^t?they  ������*-as__QH������   or ^u__anE-toeiw.���������>���������s���������:;w ^yow v;  haye 4������c-D-*D*"dbii^!.^  get permanent TOUelif #<m iauiBt ireMlh ? "  ;-he- s.oot-;'bfltlib;'tiro_^  ���������^ m*r.W- - ', -f,' ' \   44.1 - ^ i *    -    ^ ,- , j' ._ fc      - .,������L   I,. -mr��������� ^* fl   ^-%-. * ii L.'_l-ij   - .   - j- m.        JW m. ^4-v*  ^���������lUpMCt,!, VU     UUJ     BUlUCLUlUg. UUt   XI143J  are certainly patient;.; ItyiB-tifycourse?  bhb?bf-their ���������famous! bhaia'cteristlcs ih!^  bUeineBs���������-renbrmbus ?! patiehcei!!;. !;*! ::22.y  .. ..������,44t4k.-_-. ; '. 44. .---,-'. '^*-4i- i������_^". -'.*���������!. ^ -."���������.���������������,- 9li>������.lA  ��������� i-il������3ii     lUCVO    t.1-43    4Ui������3..gU.iJII������   A<>.   ft^y.**:  trifles, quaint and charming and most  fascihatihg,! though Qf?: little y-value.  Thefels ;a; tiny^mbdel of/a^gmummy  case Mahout!. half!.;an, inchv long, which  i-^s!w-&..-.-.V.  E. PintJmm's Cp-ODpund.  22 7&g&& ?:&, -.yM^;K;i;!^_--^___-^  TLynn, Mass., for apodal advice-.  Ip^pite of its 8raallness opens, and ! Your'* letter "Will  fie absolutely  tKdiold! inside a funny little doll, su^  posed?tb be-the model?dt"a mummy. ...<������������������.���������-.      ..,,,,..,,, ,,..-.,...-,.,.  Andihere isMoBes in !thei?buiinishe8,  It does hot apply thumbryarid^fiips-r  to the handle. ! It does !spt?try? to ?get  a good leverage by putting "th- ^umb  inside. .No, it. iises only its fingers,  bringing the ? paha down flat with; the  fingers inside ? the brim,^X ignoring the  thumb. ? y Monkeys,; which?��������� ^mee ?!'; the  hands simply as hooks to swing from,  -.���������-.1-���������i1.  ���������'���������*������.>." '*.V..4^l4'     i~   ^i.'.��������� .!.'������������������  ii.*.���������'.-.^���������U���������-  Aiv&xeux... tsio - 44UUXUU   iu   j.uoi.    Luc;:oauits  way. .>!:���������?  yXX.'y.yyyy;y'22-:'Xi XX'XyXXy  A:\baby can wiggle its 'toes in a! way  no adult can. It can; separate the biff;  toe frOm the others.'���������':;In; fact^ it has,  the monkey trick bf ?U8ihg the^big?tbb;  as a thumb, ?and the? first toe ats a  forefinger. And a baby can move its  toes separately..^; as a. ruie,!^unlike the  adult, whose toes are practically user  less toy'him.',?;-.'',.?;!..;'-Vt-i?  ; An obvious; point '������������������ wr similarity 'to  the primeval man-ape Is to be found  in the baby's crawl, vlts,inability to  straighten its thighs; presents it, from  walking upright. FThbugh most babies  use the knees! in crawling, many, especially those not too fat, use only  liahds  and  feet.  ttiiu tlio tpLUD uy.wer yu-'ey6i"jr vyixCciv  able thing���������hatpins, brooches, charms  !ahd.so?oh.'. ���������?'!���������, :::-..x^- "^y.yy'1 ::::yyy.yyy: yy  ,: ."'the precious���������-��������� stone- stall,ywith ��������� its;  loose atones ofyall sbrt^;?ib;:a??delfg^!t;  " f ul -!! placeylh^; ^ich;!,^.,^^  time4 poking '���������:��������� about? - aha j ?������n|bying] ��������� Ifc  good lools St them ail4%<!{f ^hb'<!^ip!aJK;  fbrdyltwit is a good plan "tb-take ;]Wehty  of'mbnby!to>i the Jbazaarb?^-,^^^-he!  ;(j|ther4;.hand^?^neyha9.TT'tQ;;?re  amount ;?td!-, be -.?' spent; ��������� -it'ls!!.'^s.^ w.ellK;ib,  eiaptyJhll extra cash "out??* bfyiphes!;  ' purse;? or the temptation?wili^c^talh^  Iy he too great, and the'extra wttf mielty  away. Everything���������'?,ipLlwi^s'/_eemB*!;'B!dbit.!  a! bargain,' and! fa������;!tbo?_������ed; to;-miss;  !bvit If the money?;is? safely; Ibtt^behlnd^  jthere-is ;timb ''i^.-2c6iAX^^n^yyyyyy:':;y:  yy.2X:: '-.Oil Fuely1n;;tl^:-'C5^  y Preparatiohs*?are v l������eihg: madev:fbr  supplying the^bhgb^  ������__r-t!a&������-se--St!,.se_s9?<  ^{.j^^Q^      ^K^iSn^-lt&fe^  i^y  'iSM^&^ii^MM^m^M'^  Mas. WiM8M>'4V'������ SooTHtNO SvJtUF ha* bee������������  i-sed for.over SIXTY VfiARS by MII.UONB ot  MOtHSItS  for ttheir   CHStUREN?TWKil-������  .TSK-EHIN6i ?wUh  PSRKRC*  SUCCBSS.: - It  SOOTKSS tho CHIi.i>. 30SYSNS .SstGBM^  AU.AYS all PAIN; CURES WIWKCOWC;amp  ii the be-t^ejnedr for 4_1ARKB!-5Avt ?-i;ia-������  **c!u!������!y haniji*-**.   4.^ sure *n��������� aafc for ?rMr������.  Wisslow'* SoothiBS Syrup," oadt������Ose*-������ Mliwr  ^;ki.Ba;'"T*^iar-������*_ -cents *rbe������Xiitiyr.-:'^:yyy,;::;y:  .yarious  Bteamboats.; ?yo2?; ^tii������;;-congv;  River! and it.bjteibutaries " with ;?peti5bP  ,������i..,^.-i*!4^ *,.i5T:-:''������������v.;_������������.*������-'~4;������f iii4i teAtTiUvoi;  rivTUiiinui - *.!*.>*,��������� **^.������*-F*:v^*~.-*-*- *^*-4'.;-*-rYr '-*^*-*tT^'t  jan >aimbst;! unbrol.bh!; fores>'.!cpyei^Tj3j^j  'hundreds of thbusahds!.bftiq!uart;Mies!  of this territory.X A company! iyis lay;-.  ing a pipe- llhe? :ah>he the^pld yoduso.  Railway? from Matadi itb^lieopbld^ine^  and storage tanks? have^^ already been  erected^ Tha change;,^fythe/lectfiaoK  tives to oil burners has "begua^I-all-  way ���������' Age. ;Gazbttje.y:,,,  :"lg^J%  T?ssss!?i,iE.������4a.eKS. !������-  X y::-\-.-;:rs ''!"?Suhtlev--bQlcv;'.: ;:?;���������'���������'���������?.?  Bridget and Pat were seated, in a  hammock, reading an article oh ''The  Law of Comipehsation." '.."���������,'  t_UB _.uu  l������_-. ���������. , ,    "J������at fancyV^  exclaimedy Bridget  But it is comforting to rem^beH "according to this, whin a man loses  that, though many scientists'. support wan av |is slnses. another gits mor.e  ������:,:,,. g;;g;gT-^T_FT.?a;"������nyiEinao������Haw.r������������^.  _��������������� IS H?_B__k?41������'^?poa-;bf th������  Bi .:.'ffl'mvM-tib-.imt,S ������"-������ ;:~*-������������������"-���������- 'Srs.-  o-..aiaing _-r prlc__!  Bent ti p o h reqt������e_t.  ^a3_ja.;;'i5,M-'s������j_������.  4>. ������.icftsfti������-  this "curious version of the theory that  the child is father -of the man, and  'believe that babies start thousands of  centuries back and live through hundred;- of yearb a day, others, Just as  prominent laugh at they idqa. ,  * Lump in theBi-a*t. or  - _. _ _.,__ .._ _, ��������� a Growth on any p������rt oi.  tlie body, or a Sore fihmi will noi4ie������l > r . ���������'  . If you hive, write, ^escribe th_.trouble, ������ficC'  mention this paper and we will mail FREE i-  plain envelope, particular* of the ;  ��������� Painless p������ii|���������, *rreat--a������s.t  -: yyr:-yXy^y.~/y--iWritei:t64ty  THE CANADA CAWCER IHSTSTOTE. Limits  .; lOChurcliilKA^*-. Tonntp.  developed.   For. instance,Ve. blind man  gits more sinse av hearin' an* touch  an'-^-^; .   .,.' :'-   ���������'���������!''''. ������������������'-;.���������;.'. 'X'^-yXX''  "Sure, an' it's quite true," interrupted  Pat.      "Ol've  noticed  It myBbl..  Whw a mon has one leg shorter than  the^jotherj begorra the other's longer."  Prince  Christian's  Diet  Prince   Chrlntlan,   who/   has    Junl-  reuched hlB Hint birthday, Is n remark*  alily   halo   and   fine   looldnif   votoran  ���������mm! !" woll Idinwii lo I.ond(il) (M-owdH.  HiH poBltion mi ponjomil uUli.-ilo*camp . h������vo boi'^ ';^'^   , (lftro mnloRt  to tin- king Im-Iukh him out .vhoncnc.r I go about mono mm, iiu  ilioro Ih a public ceremony.  Jlo Ih hi.U1 j thorn on pain ol death  a Krout. Jjunttiman, regularly fnllovvlnK  ..������������������ , -...-������������������  Mr. Mui-i'u'H hortndH. and i?ohhI|) naj'H |  that his favorite rn'piiHi, In thn linnlhm'  fbdd   In  cold   plum 'pudding,  '<   dollc-!  acy which dietetic authovltloii nay ron-  tlnnt. anil tho fmHcntalH of food. I  lli> came ovor rront Hchlnswlg-llol-i  r>lfIn   to   marry   |irlne"nn   llt������h>nii   In  ISIi'l. I  III!    UIIHIIUIIMIh     l,ltlll(l|.      .tuld.l  I'fiH-n iHoajiv Hinii), who wim preHont.  hi iii.- wi.-iliJini; tcimi. n-coriH :--llf'n  dull, hut. HccniH viuy nood." Tlio kiiuI  , urlcif of htM 111'o wan iho Iiihh of IiIb  noldliT non. mm..'  Victor Uhi-i������lian.  ������������������m*������.������vi,i\v "  unld  litu  hrnthcr. "vou'ro  a r.-KUlur lllild glutton.    How (inn ynu ���������  ciit   ho   much?"    "Don't  ltnow.    It'h JiihI. good   nicU,  ilt'lilUiU     l IIU    wiwilusl.  THE BEST WAY TO KEEP  THE HANDS GLEAN.  Women have to do <ll������;ly work on the  r        .    .,,     . -.r-    ������..(.1|   J, (<.   4tl4,4������,444��������� ( * 1 I- (, ,, j | 1 ( t   \ [. t ������1 J >0  i)inci:hi|������ ^tove������, -imrliig pbtutoi-ii^  firrnhhing lloom ami lnillMiiK, are nil  hard ou the hand.'..  The thounamlH who are using SNAP  Tuiil il -A.u.Uy J.'������l;at ivomcn iiccd, .uiil  wmild not 1>������* without n mil.  H   Ih   ii   wuiiUertul    luuul   cleaner,  III.1.IIU, Y     .4.������������������_V������-4������    41444,   4(, ��������� 44.   V/4.VJ.  without' much rubbing, aud keeps tjin  hiindft tmiooUmnd frc������ of chaps. It 1m  hcnlii'i'iiud nntl������i������*ptic.    i������ic. ucun. ' IU  * l 4 *  Called Redmond a Hyprocrlto  Iri accepting the office of th? Lord  Mayor of Dublin, Lorcan Sherlock told  the Dublin city council that if, there  should bu any Royal Visits to Dublin  In his term he would not take, part'in  any official reception. H1b announcement followed a lively scene in : the  Council.  One of the councillors declared that  no opponent of Home' Rule Bhould be  Lord Mayor. Another defended the  retiring Lord Mayor for presenting  an address to King "George -when he  viBlted Dublin last year, and a state*;,  ment1 by thin pp-natccr that In. adopting  that, course tho Lord Mayor had acted  on the advice of John Redmond  brought.a, rod hot. denunciation of.the'  Homo Rule leader from ' Alderman j  Vance. ,   ������������������������������������'.    ���������<���������  Mr., Redmond, said tho alderman,  wan not King of Ireland and never  would be. Thoro wcro protests when  ho asserted that In a fow yoafs Mr,  Redmond would be tho most dlBcrodlt-  od man ln Ireland and that ho. wa������ a  political hypvonrltft of the' first, order.  The "Real Henry Ciny"  One Winter morning Henry Clay  finding himself in need of- money,  wont to tho RlggB Bank and asked Tor  .a loan of $250 on his personal noto,  lie was told whllo his credit was perfectly good, It was tho'Inflexible rule  of tho bank lo rbautre an cndoi'sor.  Tim i;j-.-ut iitati [Tivnin hunt od mji DnrihM  Wob^tor and asked him to ondorso  the note,  ' 'VWith pU-am.ro," said WohHtor; ''But  I nood Bomo money luyHoH. Why not  mako your note for $5001 and you had  I will split it?"     , ? . ;,,'.���������  This they <lld.   And to-day the iioto  llgin tho ltlggu Ilanlt���������unpaid.  ;B^ fSEASES OF; MEN*���������DR. DHAN-r  W 8t>eciali8ti * College St.i Toronto.      j  'A.n,Eh!gli8h'.'paper'tells of an experiment' in collective housekeeping In  what is known as Brent; Garden Village. The dwelling houses contain  all . improvements exc������pt a kitchen.  Meals for everybody are cooked at a  centralhall,, and may be either' eaten  ���������tliore or Bent home. A four-courBe  dlhhor coat; only one shilling and six  pence1. , Servants are supplied, .^heh  needed, from the central hall at a  coat of about ten centB an hour.  LABGE PROFITS IN MAKiNGBFJCK  .iiiicku ekn be macio nom Clay, Sholoi  l or Sand.' Full Information upon r������aujost.  I The, Baro  Machlnory   Mfg*  Co.,  Limited,.  ' ,,Toronto,;,.Ont. ������������������. tt ,,,..,,-,_  .:y'";;'V^'^lie-'Appearance of .Isvll  ,   "Sister   Henderson,"   said   Deacon  Hypers, "you should avoid even tha  appearance of evil."  ���������    Why, deacon, what do you rnean?'^  uskod Sister Henderson,  i !'I observed that on you Bldebonrd.  you have several'cut glaBs decantent:  and that each of them is half filled'  "The respectable portion    of    the' with what appears to be ardent splr  male sex in England may - he-divided- Its.".. ,  into'.'two cla_ac������������, according to Its mv       "W*:), now, deacon, it Isn't anythlnu  t?ipd and manner ofcomploto lmmor  Ribh in water," Bays Arnold Bejinc'.l. in'  "A'"; Great Man." "One claflB, the  more dashing, dasheB, Into a cold lab  ���������every morning. Another, the mor_  clelinly.'Bcdatoly tukos a warm Im'ii  every Saturday night. . There can he  no doubt- that the former class londs  tone and distinction to the country,  but tho latter -in tho nation's back-  honn." ... '  \Vigjy.���������Your SllllciiB BayB Ills heart  Is lacbratod. ������������������<    ���������     .,   ���������  Wagg.-rWho'n the laBB?  of thb kind, , Th������������ bottles lodked bc  pretty pn, the eldoboard that I lust'  flllod them half way with boiuo flboi;  iitaln ant' furniture  polish,, just foi������  appearn!nco." j        ?*'..  , > "That'tj why ,1 anr cautioning you,  [.Sister" replied the deacon. >"Peollng n  ytrlfle weak and faint,. I helped my������eU  lo a doBo. from the big liottlo in the  middle." \       '.'������  ,   .' , fmmmmmmmftt'tymmmimmmmiwm^i'.mmMt 2  Amei*lo������n* ,B_waro  UnBorhpuiotu.   PlpturorPoiilor.���������"Slu  h*h.   Thlfl'lB the left eye of Lfonaldo'������\  Moiiji Uaa. Yon cati have It $or $500,"  mtMmfJ^HtH  .T-rip������r can ho manufactured out of  ,.;,,���������..... anylhlr.g tli::t. :-.".!! lw,;^"V,^"r,.������,  Into pulp. Over1 il'fl'y klnda-.of bark  arc said to be nm*d, hIho haiiaiui bUIuh.  Ihuiu hIuIIcii, pea Htbcku, encoanut'flhro,  btraw, ftou aud I'rouh water weed-,, and  many kind.* or hiumh uio all appll-itl/lo.  ;'Why   dons   that   old' liuild   utiu   mu  much paint on hor face?"  ������������������Bhe'B luakliiK up for Tout time."..  A BLOOD MEDICINE WI.THOIJT AILCOHOI...  Ueoontly It hn������ been deflnltly proven by exn-rlnusnt* on ������nlm������lK that ������loohol<  lowers the ftermioidal power of the body nnd thutiilcohol puralyjte., the white cor-  Eu������olb������o( the hlood und rendert them uuahlc to tkkc up nnd drutroy dlneane jormi.  >i_cui>- ������cr<nt> C(*u.*;c the death of ovt.t on*-hi������U of tho Unmmt raee.  A blood medicine, mado entirely without alcohol, whioh i- ������ pure ilyoerio e?n-  , tiVot of roottir suoli os Itloodroot. Queen'* root, Golden Seal root, Mandr������lcc anJ  Stone root, hin������ been extensively told by^rultflftfti (or the pant forty ye������r������ an Vtr.  Pierce'* Golden Mediotl Disoovery, -'.Therre(ife>hlatf' Influence; o. thU, pjftriiot In lllco-  Naiture't influence���������tho blood ia bath-cOn the tbnio, whioh rtlvey life to the blood���������  the vital fire* of the body burn brighter^:*nd/,the|r inereimed ������_t|vlty oonioimei th*^  timuo rubbish which ha������ HOounu)l*t(iVl dl������rlii< thb winter. '       ���������       -  fir. IX.V,,Plercn, the founder of the Invalids' Hotel'bM".  Surreal hMhbte, oind ������ phY<������l^(*������������ oi   l������rjj!������ ������i-perienue  and.  '' practice, wus tlio first to make up ������n AvrnnvrtVii Hxtk*ot of?  roots, without i p������rtjol������ of tilodholi or nHrfetlc.        ,      ^  '" It "is wllb tl������������ MSAto'stot tilimiiuvo. Uml. 1 will*, ~w. lot vou Know, or  tha irrMt 1mui,������I.~ T r������������_Wu*l from thu im������ of youi- moiUotnei. and n-lf-  tnukUTi-nt'������!|; JiomW,"'Wrttes Mm. Wm. Hmvihh, of l������dynmUh. II. O. "' t uuiT-  'flv-Hl f<ir Uireo y������ar* fnwrt n i-ut.nli.ff *ow������������   C"-onii������lt*cl tmr cKx'tni- but  .....    . ~   ���������-. ^. ��������� A .-^ -.1.,^  -.11.4.4* l,.|,4(hllu. 1   ..,���������_   frthl    1   ������444-4l (it   n4.|,IL4Jlll4||l. .  thnir fall-d 1������ munrt>mf ������rlv* r~ll������f.  Fhially I waa told I wan in oon.uu.u  ��������� * * ������v������ W -onaulto apeclttll-l, ron-ernlnfi: my ������ar, thM tn<-  i������ out rtut^r^r* tli������ w������wrt(l w������rtil*l l������*������l. , A W������������il frl������i������-  l ^mi \  Mm. U-vms.  ailvkiwt ma .<) writ* to Dr, I>������*������;*|r whloli 1 did, Itiulafur ������-v������i������ monttli^  UB-UI.    Ul.ll������������mM������4lV������l44������������>������   It*   I.V44.V44,  ������,..,     .    4,,.,V(    .V".'i ���������" ' .." 2    .''    '   "       4  ���������ivmi-<1iit.   1 Ariima tlm woi.ml with Dr. 1*I#)������m>> All-l(������alliir Balya ami'  i<M,tt.tna   uukian MwuiMtt  i^i������k_������-i,������,    *���������������<������    *������������������������������������. .v'.'..^' ,',. '...r  troubloa.   I ahall alwaya .rmccrnimanct ywr m������di<ilnfi,  Dr. Pierce's PI������������������������nt Pellet* reAuUte liver bad bowels.  MiMliil^^  ^^^U^lL^^^^^^^j^J^^  ���������"^MM-riMIIIII^^ ., t / 4-        ������.,   ,.,',      4   .    . ,    ��������� '    '  f- .      t   V.    , ^S^..i������5_BH4_K_538Sla  ���������" ^/'?'?gyj:'i!^^sg������^a^  /-fR Winter weather roughens and reddens  m "your.skin,  causing .chaps,,cMJblains  your.  ���������* - ard.geii^'-^rdiscSi'iffti**. tfv���������  ir_av m       -Ma.   if 7  -_n������ ���������_ _  s a srsr'a 's -__s,  -sj s  S-.*- A1-.. *W ~ "fe^ -4__sF  A     -^*** 1 !���������������+���������-������_���������    XAfH^-a---     A tiviAi-f    CT������������4->r-t^V������aparS*4  ������������������������     *_*,^^---������������fc������jr       ������---.n������������_������     r^-������-������->*,-������**������     t��������� ������.S-jr������i'*^������i-j*  is   poor.  But   Happy,  i*pJa  peamarti * everybouy  is  poor/''  ri������l*������if*.VA������*        <-     /  Uft*---'������.--       1-* tt.tU _7.11 .-* ��������� 1 C< r.  WVUMl    W(H ������Ht      i       -*   -. _.VW_. *->-* *.���������-._# ^-_i{3*i_*jU  v,u_fcu. "ih^ie are, no coal or min-  evai ucpcsats in i_.e country. - Conse-  liuenUy iuere can be no manufactures;'  ���������f-SI-ri    ������������      =   A   ^pj|?||f .TECT  IT,,     -V/i* V &f tl\������������      H> BtShj? a,  5.1ATTESEN  HAS HAD RHEUM A-  ���������     TISM ALU HIS LIFE. ,  V-  Tg?���������7m$F2T������%&vES 1.5- ---������-.(. ������ .tat acccrd.ag to  ���������penetrates and heals the deeper tissues.  -Delightful after shaving or washing. ���������  25c. a bottle, at your druggist's.   .  NATIONAL ������RUG AND CHEMICAL CO.  OF CANaOA. ..8M.T_.S5. IB-  and a ri._ci._n of farmers, even of JJan-  ai-ijuert., ia not rich according to  standards   of   conumeicial   coun-  i   ���������  sSfJ^u_rCfS'15-__S?S B  ~"!l*Wl8*w!l'MlJi^.*3j lajii iig 1  '& -WWAlifMAt^ -���������������]  trir tiL^LJ   IT  4������_SnS������S3S=HMSK  Vveekly    Sailings    ta    and    From  Liverpool.  _       Prepaid^ Passages  ftrtAT    RQIT&IM       1RPI  ANR.  <-n t * *4������*   to    E HKf ������~    r   w   * . . mp ������>������, ___ -v m       >  . _ ������  .SCANDINAVIA,  CONTINENTAL/ POINTS,  To  All Railway Stations  Manitoba. .Alberta,. Saskatchewan.  British Columbia. ,  At lowest rt.tes.   For reservations,  ticket., details, see local agents or  ���������write  J. S. Czlderr, Gen'l Agent, Winnipeg  tries.  "incomes ������re small. Where tbe salary ot a Minister' of State is only  ������3,750 a year, humbler -individuals  .-____ get along on much smaller Incomes. But tue Banes kuow now io  live within their incomes, and to doit comfortably. Denmark is as obviously happy is she is poor.  "Ihe Danes 3i**o wise enough not ���������������_  demand "���������erfectionj -Sf it comss thev  Can   take   inatuUt     plttasurt*     t::_reiu.  hen it does hot come ihey still are  placid.    Conformity   to     rule,     even  thougft it be so  11 a  WEARING  OF  LIVEI.V  m&XBBBm&22Syy>Sit  full piuticutars of TRENCH'S  REMEDY,   Uie< World-fsmoua  Curo  for   Epilepsy  and    Fits.  Simple     home     treatment.  -T*E IQ ST n ^est!l������B������"������a'-s''5"froiH^ **-l  ^LjlJiaa���������Llparts of the world. Over  VWI" ������������������*^ t.ODO Sn one year.  TRENCH'S     REMEDIES.     LIMITED  iS7     24.     -J.ttt.4SS'   - Chasftbers,     Topento.  This is Presriful  Young JUady.���������-You ss_y you were on  a, raft for sis Weks, and had nothing  to eat but mutton. Where did you get  the mutton "trom?  Old Salt.���������Well, you see, Mi    _V-    4.4,,.  OCC������     ������������������*������������    t_������j.    wwyjij.  _ - - -4f 1. .4���������  aa,   i.uo  tEnh, -_Pg_y BmttmSrStl .4L-  /mt-TSST er or ma sssseaests  ^_5c_ls*,st-5s''ettS^iM. cares co1ds������ H*������������l������  lit* throat *_-������- Suo_- S3 ceais.  fixed meal tlme_, does entail some  coercion upon the natural man. So  punctuality is nc?t a tJanish virtue.  "In few Danish households, are  there fixed and unalterable hours for  meals. Pay a caH'when you will and  Ui������ custom of Lhe c.rnitry will uphold,  you, but it will not ensure you agaiust  finding your friends at table. The hotels follow .the very" reverse of the  Amerlcau method, and while you can  pet snacksiall the time, you cannot be  certain that at any time you will And  a' dinner ready cooked and waiting.  "Even the national food lends Itself admirably both to simplicity _and  unpunctuality.. Its staple is bread and  butter���������in -well-to-do houses immense  thicknesses of ekcellent butter x and  fairly thin slices of several varieties  Oi. .(iSau.     * n������ ,0 4.5,^,140 wuu ui. our  wuriv-  Ing class is also bread" and butter,  but their butter is "bad and scraped,  and their bread is uniformly innutri-  tioita.    , ~  ooiorreuieu ,un.wiiiijr ualter bread.)  or smeared bread, tbe Danish for butter being smor-smear, ia th<* one food  t'rtui   la   i-A   V.a   !.o^   a.1   =������   V..���������. 4-   oTirl   4ri  all places, in hotels and restaurants,  bv dav or ni^ht on steamers, in the  famous Tivoii Gardens. It consists  of a thinish slice of buttered bread,  white, grey or black, on which is placed a palaag' or overlay.  "This overlay may be 'cold���������ham,  ������.'s>al, ss.11saz.2s. hard boiled eggs, fish  (fresh or salted), salad, cheese. They  are not large, and most persons eat  several and like a variety. Could  there be any better way of making  a little go a long-way? Aud what dif-  ference it would make' to our house-  But Dodd's Kidney Pills Have Benefitted Him so Much"He' Recommends  Than-, to Others���������Why They Always  Cure Rheumatism.  Holberg, a. C\, (Speclalp���������Thal  Dodd's Kidney Pills will cure Rheumatism has been proved again and  again. Where the dread disease is  making its first inroads into the system the cure is quick and complete.  Where the rheumatism is of, long  standing it takes longer treatment, but  tbe r_sult is always the same, uodd's  Kidney Pills always' cure. Probably  the hardest test Dodd's Kidney I'iHs  have ever been given is in the case-of  Mr. C. Mattesen of this' place. It is  best'stated in his own words: ���������  "I have been^ troubled with rhtsu-'  matism all my life," Mr. Matteseu  states, "but 1 am happy to tell you that  I have received so much "benefit from  Dodd's Kidney Pills that I can* recom-  menJ them to others."  Hef-e is a cas������* of the loneest oossible  standing. But Dodd's Kidney Pills  will sure cure it. Why? Because uric  acid in the blood isjthe cause of rheu  iufttisfli, aud Dodd's Kidney Pills take  the uric acid out of the blood hy making the kidneys do their proper work.  Wealthy  Man   (to  beggar)���������"No,   \  shall not assist you, and you needn't  envy me my riches.    With    all    my  wealth I'm wretched, and I'm a mar-  ,tyr to indigestion."  Beggar.���������"Well, guv-nor. I've 'eard  a lot"about indigestion, but I'veluever  "d the chance of 'aving it. All I arsks  is, guv'nor, gimme the chance."  -'   ^  "       *A Knockout  Wife    (complainingly).���������Your    not  like Mr- Knagg-   They've been married  twenty yearsT and  Mrs. Knagg says  her husband is so tender.'"  ^Husband.-���������"Tender! Well.      he  ought to be after being in, hot water  that long." ,  ii   ii~  -   No child should be allowed to suffer  an hour from worms when pronipt re-  .4 (4 _������-.        ..   ���������       ������������������4.       *..*. -.        -   ������4��������� ������������������       4U--4,.      ���������  J.v���������    ������������������.  iiei Ainu u��������� s���������*. ������" <��������� idiiuimc uui onuufi  rem-edy���������Mothey Graves' Worm Exterminator.  \f?������2>T.#i,g i_s._!tn-T������fc Co.  Limited."  **Have used" MINARD'S "LINIMENT  for Croup; found nothing equal to it;  sure cure.  CHAS. E. SHARP.  Hawkshaw, N. B., Sept.11st, 1905.  Precer.des.ce Among    S-srvsnts���������Footman Gives DucbeBS a Lesson  French footmen are ��������� rising up ia  protest against the wearing of livery.  Yet it was cnee considered an ornament, almost a  coat of arms.  When the Marquis of Genlis found ,  that one of his servants was a pois-'  oner, instead of delivering him up to  iustice.ihe gave him notice after havr  ing him .unceremoniously unfrocked.  "Burn that suit" was his order; "no  ser\ant would care to wear it after  him."  In those times the servants' hail  jealoatsiy }.ept up a certain table of  precedence, h**a.ded by the chaplain  and descending to the footmen, who  "were expected to do obeisance to the  Ii. iiiuiya.. uuiucanoB. ������ uo ������u���������������ji>o ui  Lohan   was  given  a  little  lesson  in  this taints uy uuu uf ij������i fy*ut-_5^.u.. vv������������-  ing back from a walk, she exclaimed,  "I'm dying of, hunger! Quick, bring  me something to  eat!"    .  a footman was present, but he only  knit his brows. Not an inch did he  stir. The Dpchess reiterated her command angrily. The footman stood as  still as a statue. Fiually he uttered  theee words with the solemnity of a  judge: "Tbe stewardJs not here." He  knew his duty; the uuchess had tor-  gotten hers, She had to continue dying of hunger, as A-r steward was not  present.  After dressing their master in the  morning the valets found time hanging heavily on^their hands, wherefore  Abbe Fleufy in 16SS advised them to  study mathematics, music, drawing  and surgery in their leisure moments,  lie considered that such pursuits were  quit as congenial to their profession  as the ai-ts-of hairdressing, tailoring  and upholstei ing.  Tirewomen, observed the good abbe,  should retrain from decorating the  hair of their mistress more than they  were positively ordered to. Besides  this, "let them avoid balls, comedies,  and especially the opera, if they are  not obliged to accompany their mis-  0(4TriT>0,  4,4,4        ,-.  A Falling Market  "111 give you two dollars for this  anecdote   about   Webster."   j  "What's the matter with you?" demanded the-,hack writer. "You gave  me four dollars for that anecdote wh������n  it was about Roosevelt/'  99���������������������   ss%">&w   w-a-i m  -Vhan Vu-.ir s-u  Try Murine Eye Remedy. No Smarting���������Feels  Fine���������Acts Quickly. Try it i'or Ked, Weak,  Watery Eyes and Granulated Eyelids. Illustrated Book ln each Package. ( Murine ia  compounded by our Oculists-���������not a "Patent Med.  iolne"���������bnt used in successful Physicians' Pra<s>  lice ttjr caany yeais. Now dedicated to the Pub-  1)3 and sold by Druggists at 25c .and EQc perSotti.3.  aluriue Kje Salve in Aseijllo Tubes, i& aad 5j&,  Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago  Lucky Me simMS^  Flubdub.���������-You    :0^^^m&'*#mm  You'll need it.1  ���������f:tt&jfr;k^:������>t:������?:!y#*&  ������.^.4.1���������^  Adam and Eve?  "There are not many fashionable  occupations; people live as they list,  and are in no .error oi their neighbors.  Ail over the land Danes are able ta  meet together in pursuit of art and1  literature, or of national-ideals, without feeling themselves compelled to  drink anything extra or unusual. They  drink a good deal of beer, which is  mostly very light, hut men and womeii  alike also drink unashamedly sand  openly large draughts of milk or but-  ici wl������x������.  . The Big Show  Post.���������Thinks he's the whole ,;thing,  does' he?  Parker.���������Well, I'd hardly go as fari  .4-4 ....     J. X.   _ -������.-ffi(��������� J,- f.44T4������.32-,������37.44    I  as   chut,   hut  he   -ertajniy  himself a quorum.  consider  Gross Favoritism -, -  "Tais 'bout railroads b-ia' & blsp-  sinV said Brother Uick������y, "des look  at de loads an' loads er watermelons  <Ssys haulin' out of de State, ter dem  folks way up .North what never done  Bothin*  to- deserve  sich a dispensa-  Yeu ara not treating yourself or  your fpmlly fairly tt you don't keejj  Hamlins Wizard Oil in the house. It's  the best substitute for family doeto?  and a mighty good friend in case of  *mergency.  , A Quick Change Artist  inquiring  Visitor.���������Yesterday    you  appeared as a lire-eater���������today,,  you  are an Eskimo swallowing raw, frozen fish."  "Yes.   My doctor ordered a change  4>t diet."  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns/ Etc.  One, Tax Escaped  "There is one lucky thing in these  <days of continual expense."'  "What is that?"  "You don't have, to pay the tax  made on your time and patience." / ���������  Giri Cured of  disfiguring Pimplos  By Cuticura Ointment. Broke Out on  Face'when Twelve or Thirteen.  Were Most Embarrassing.  Had ! ried Everything.  , A Neva ���������Sootla girl. Mlw M������lw<l Mnrnmh, ot.  JDovor Went, wrltoa: "Whoa X was. about  Hwelvo or thltteon yoara of ogo, my face  broke out with Mmplos, and I tried everything to got rid of, thorn, bu. failed. - The  plnjpleii wnro tho worm on ray forohoad and  chin. They camo out lit groups and dovolopod  lator Into mim. Beln������ on ��������� my'face tlioy  cauaed groat dlfllluurowont, and wero moat'  embarras-lng.   '  "After trylnjir sa many romcdlos without'  miccoflB, X auw tho <ju}lcura Ointmnnt ailvor-  tlflod. and I tmnt for a box, I thon appllod  it to tho plmpliw, nnd In a wnnk I naw n  * ,groat clian������;o in my faco, X kopt using It,  and In afaw rnontlm It rendurad a completa  euro. Now you cannot toll X ever had  pimples, thankt* ta tho Cuticura Olntinwit."  <8lgnod) Mlso Mabol Morash, Mar. ai. ion.  Eieetrlcty and the Mind.  Tc ascertain the" extent, of .electricity upon the development oi school,  children a series of very interesting  experlifients have just been concluded  in the schools of Stockholm. The .walls  and ceilings of a school room - were  I*..���������.������        4^H4.Y������        *������        A/\*l        4\0       yiT{������4A49 f1������������44*.l.4wK  4..K.7.4 4.   44... .��������� 4.4.44 44. 4. 4.  4.44 .���������44 4.44...  which a high frequency current was*  passed. The children in the iroom  were thus in the* position of an iron  core in the centre of a magnetizing  Mi!  V.-J..4 ,  Fifty- children were kept in this  room, while fifty others of the r same  average size and mental development wete kept ln an adjoining room  without electrical treatment. At the  end of six months th_" children under  electrical treatment showed an average growth of two inches, while those  without electriolty grew only 1%  inches.  The electrified children showed an  increase ln weight and other forms  of development ln proportion to their  height. The electrified children also  showed an average brOiiulmiOy In theli  studies of 92 per cent, and" fifteen of  tthem showed 100 per cent. The un-  electrlfied children, on the other hand  were only 75 per; cent, proficient on  the average, and not- one of them  reached 100 per.cent.  It Is added that the electrified children appeared to bo much brighter,  quicker and more ftcti vo. They' were  prompter in attendance and much leas  subject to fatigue." The teachers also  showed superior working capacity in  the electrified room. While there was  an Oder of'ozone in the room,, it waa  held that the presence of ozone would  not account for the results obtained.  Minards Liniment for saie everywhere.  The'Indian maharajah does not sit  down to breakfast covered with diamonds and rubies, and except on State  occasions is o������Lwu _o_.aiue_.ou_ ������or Lue  extreme simplicity of h������s uress. .'"Xie  does not build palaces, by the dozen,,  or order motor cars by the scofe: They  d&not, as a, rule, marry with/Ardent  __ith_f2i5iS>1,*t at freauent intervals,,  though there are exceptions. They  mingle with their people tax. more  freeiy thau the minor Tiuropeau  princes���������India Under Curzonand Alter.  LA 4_;*_0      LLl^A Oy      C^J4.vL      Ai.      fl**v       W-^-/;  them to attend, and that often,  them not stay long in her service."  Valets and maids were not always  content to wait for the cast-off clothing of their masters and mistresses,  and sometimes' anticipated the event.  They felt 1;hat they made part of the  fiiESi'y, anc -^e--* ������������tltle������? tn take tbe  Initiative. So "it was that Abbe Fusee,  thinking in 1775 that he was approaching the end of his life, had a leaden  _of-in brought into his room, and  then said to his valet: "Here is my  last coat. I hope it will not enter  your head to rob me of this one."  Water /s the Hard Workers  Have you ever stopped to cons-der  ? how much work' a watch does each  twenty-four hours?" asked a Jeweller.  His query was actuated by comments  made by his companion, standing  against the counter watching the endless throng passing the fipor, upon ths  seemingly interminable workday / of  the human race.  "No? Weil, it is Surprising the number of movements a watch makes each  day," he continued. "If any human  being attempted the same number of  4TC1C      %ZAV*SJLX MV  We know that Eve  81, and that Adam 812, total 893. But  Adam 8142 Diease his wife, and Evf  81242 pleaso Adam, total 89.384. Then  again Eve 814240fy herself, and Adam  also 8124240fy himself; total 9.938.480.  A- P:sassrtt ���������'urgativg.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are so compounded as  to operate on both .he stomach and  Jh.e bowels, so that they act along the  whole alimentary and excretory pas  sage. They are not drastic in their  work, but mildly purgative, and the  pleasure of taking them is only equal-  -duce. Compounded only of vegetable  substances the curative qualities cf  which were fully tested, ..they afford  relief without chance of injury.  On Sale Everywhere.~The-&������iinay^^  be country merchants who^;?d6fShbt;|?^  keep Dr. Thomas' E3clectric;(G>ii;;tfioughiSP  they are few and far betw������ehiS:^h^wi!ii  these may suggest that .some ;VrthCT?-oil||^i  is Just as good. There t&'jwiffii&X&XMl^  good as a liniment or asya^:-iutemal;&^#  medicine in  certain  case-^^^i^k^sireS^^  Among the members  able club are a doctor arid  who  delight  in  the  exc^hige'^bfe^r-s^s'..  partee touching their r^^^0^o������^c<0y^W  foci���������irt-n- As    *V-.ii-=r    ^.--.-.*    ^W^'T^^^'/TT'^.'^'JiT.;^-?^?;  .ti-S  tuey  uiei. oUe:>_^y.sS_aa'?.'  I  .������    a^__ 4.    ... if. i-:������- :...V.Zi**W.-:.:-'f'i?i  Why It Was Hard  "I want you to understand that I  got my money by hard work.'"  "Why; I thought it was left you hy  your uncle."  "So it was; hut I had hard work  getting it away from the 'lawyers."  fessions.  minister observed that h^iwas^goihj^l  to read to old Cunninghkrni'^hTadding^lSii  (as he was aware that ^������^bldSmS^SS^  was a patient of'hls'friOTd^the^^bp^fli  tor-, "Is he much wors^'S^^^  With the gravest bf'exp^ssionS-fth^MpI  physician replied, "He^?h-edis.?^;ybu1^|^i  help mor.e than mine." iW^yXX;2p2iXy22y&M,  Oli his guard the minister2^eiaim>^^^  ed, anxiously, "Poor-'fellowl2y$m0^&������M  bsd ������s that?"   *���������     r   ��������� '"'������������������;'" yy!y^'zy*-yfi^&$x  ' "Yes;  he is suffering:;frbm!xihs6^'S^Si  nia.  mz  The Trial Cou^M;MM:������Xy0  "I'm afraid you may thiUlc 'wisiX^^'XB^  giving you.a lpt of fish thi^wee^ bld^llii  man," said the-geniai host,-as^hey^^a^i?W  down.. to dinner.    "Thei?^btSl#'Smj^^S^ -  wife has got hold ^whatlg^^iS%kal?|?il  ������������_    ������4<������=?1������-     4U>r,l������r-1      i?_-4-i-*-.������    .'������ii'"iiibii'.iii3i'.^.������T^a5  fish-bone  want to see  v   4!ii!3!Bltll  DADAIVCIC VIWIIQ Til  I niXnimikUmiO  i lliliUo  iv  nm    flTll 1 * _.i-iifi? manrr   HOW'S THIBt  We offer One Hundred Dollars Stcwara  for a.iy case of Catarrh that cannot d*  cured   by   Hairs   Catarrh   t-ure.       .    r  _       F. J. CHS2NBJY. & CO.. Toledo. O.  Wc,    .h���������   Uuiid'oigilcC*   ulVfl   5.V.C, T4   ?.   J.  Chenev for the last IC years, and believe  htm  Dcrfeotly  honorable  In   all   business  tranractions. and financially able to carry  out any oblljcatjone made by his firm.  Wal-lner.   Kinnan  &   Marvin,  Wholesale Drug^ste.  Toledo.-O.  Kali's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,  acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.    Testimonials  sent  free.     Price.   75c,  by all Druggists. _ _   .  Take Hairs Family Pills tor Constipation.  The whale, which for a century  fairly held its own against the harpoon and the wooden sailing ship, is  apparently doomed to extinction with  the exlyiiHion of new methods of  whale hunting. Within two, years  eight steel steamers armed with powerful machine guns," have begun to  hunt the whales of the North Pacifio,  and five additional steam whalers are  now under construction. Those vessels are primarily destroyers; thoy do  not try out tho oil as the old whalers  did but kill the whales with explosive  shells and then tow the carcasses to  a central station, whore the work of  getting out the oil, whale-bonej etc.,  Is done on a large scale.  ^ wen*.y-  four hours could pass. Yet the watch  keeps going year m and year out without a whimper, and frequently without being given its proper food, a drop  ,11     V-aw.     r������-r.*4     fVlA~*A  MANY   FORMS   OF   THIS  OREAD   blSEl^l^i  CURED. S5Y THIS .REMEDY," -' lltlf^"'  Baby������a Pace Like Raw B������_f  "My bal������y l������oy had u l_r_o pltu^ln <���������--���������������������������<;.  en his ifordhoad.' It burst, and spread all  ov<ir bin faco which ������aon lookod Hko a pl^co  of raw hoof, all-mothered with had plmplem.  It waa awful to look at. Tho poor llttlo.  . thltiB UHftd to scratch" It and ory terribly.  I toolc him to a doctor but ho only mot  warno until X wiw aulta frUthtoned that ho  wbnld always hodJstlKur-d. Tbon I not two  tins of Cuticura Olntmont, toirothnr with  CutluUiii Qoap. and Ir. two montha had nulto  eurod him. Now ef eouwo X uno Ciitloiira  flo^n for. all mv children (fll������ne*D Mrs.  JU, i'<irry, 00, watoriow _tu��������� a1uui������i������-������, *<..������-  land, May 21,1010. ',,  Cuticura 80������p *n������ Ointment are sold  throuitUout tho world, but to thonn who  havo atilT_red much, lost hop" and are without faith In auy tr<M.tm������nt. a libera] ������������������mule  of nach with a t>������*p. booklet on the skin  ,     ���������    . . ,     ., .J. t ,-       4.,      .'    ���������>.     fl      ������     f    -      ������*  Firing the Canon on Time  A Paris contemporary publishes an  amusing story from Egypt. At ono of  the mllit;ary poBts it ip tho custom to  fire a cannon at noon. .TiiBt after tho  arrival of a new lieutenant ho was  going around ono day, Just about  noon. "How do you know the correct  time for firing?" ho asked the 'gunner. "I look At my watch,,air," was  tho roply. I have It regulated onco  a month hy tho watchmaker in tho ad*  lauent .-village, a awlns, who has been  here for some yoarB." ,  A few days later the lioutonan.  found hlmdolf In tho village about  noon, and outBlde the watchmaker's  shop. Tho SwlTO wan In tho street,  evidently waiting for Bomothlng to  turn up, ao tho lieu tenant had a chat  with him,  "X-supposo." snld tho officer., "you  have hut, llttlo work here?"  "Not much," was tho rsponHo. "I  have more leisure than work, hut  thla is not without advantages. You  see I am now llutoulng tor tho midday  gun." .." ���������'..������������������:���������  "Tho midday knA���������-what to^"  "I rcgulnto all my watches and  clocks by that."   ,  Thb  lato  .Tames  R.  MacHhnno,  of  TY,4*I fr...     KftHh.   l-44^4,������r.   4n*r%fX������4r���������   ������,|4.   lnf./\^  4..44.4 4.-.4       W4- 44 4. V.        .44 44 4.   4,   4.      ....������. ��������� ....       4.. I **      4..L...  contemporaries an Colonel Macshane,  crltlcl'/lng Bt. John, Now HrniiHwIck.  na an undoiilrabJo place for a young  ivwiVh rosidenco, ������n1d to a gentleman,  who, lllto himself, had tun.nil ytiura  h������>f(irrt   rnmovnrl   from   that   eltv:   "If  PILES CUr,ED IN 0 TO 14 OAY8  Your drugidst will refund money it P-AZO  OINTMlflFrr  tails  to- <?ure   any  can*  of  Itcblnff.   Blind,   BleedlnK or    Protruding  Piles m m to 14 days.     -Oo.  .       ��������� \   Equipped to Act  Po_t.-~TJUnko he la the whole thing,  xdoo������ ho?  Parker.���������Well, I'd hardly go as far  as that, but ho cortainly considers  lilnisolf a quorum.. '  /'Compared to other- machinery,  that of a watch does-the most 'work  and requires the least attention. ��������� The  reason for it Is hardly explainable, for  there is the same amount of wear and  tear, a similar abraBion in proportion  to the size of the movement machinery, that there is in the motor of an  automobile. ^  "But to return to the amount of    work a watch does in a day.   In the  per bottle. Sold L first place, and largest in the scope  of work performed, the tiny roller  jewel makes a total of 432,000 impacts  against the fork each twenty-four  hours. Thot surely is marvellous. Try  making semi-circular movements with  your hand and see the amount of energy you will expend In five minutes  moving your arm as rapidly as does  the roller J*wel.  "Then there's the second hand.that  makes a total of 86,400 strokes in each  twenty-four hours. Yet the power  back of all these motions or..lmpul������'--'  is derived from a tiny spring that  can be snapped with a flick of the  finger. I dare say that no clement iii  power human Ingenuity has devised  performs as much faithful work or io  great a quantity of effort as that tiny  spring and the delicate pieces of machinery it propels.  . ..   Swallowed Over a Thousand Nails ,  Caeca of the presence pi. foreign  bodies In tho stomach are "not at all  rnro, says the "Lancot." but It Is .seldom that such a case aH that recorded  by Dr. A. II. Vandervit and Dr. H. P.  Mills Is reported. A mulatto woman,  aged .15 years, was admitted Into an  asylum for acute mania ending in.dementia, and Bho died soven years lator.  bnt she never had any fligne of dlB-  eaao of the digestive ByBtem. It was  dlsuovoi^ofl that ln her Btomach lay a  mass of foreign bodies, welghirig G  pounds, and conelstlng of moro than  1..I00 nails. scrowB, thimbles, nnd  othor -objectu.  Mr;  _������:������._.I.:_.    -4������ ^_4-������-   *"_.������*     42_i^..Cl *_>_xB������=i_'   _- 'd2^~^:^^9My2^&:  ^ iyjyrti-/y$3:M{XiA'&������&5$$&  -cyx22yyyyyxyy?$M$  ���������������!������������_)������.  Life���������Doctors Said She Had Not Long to Live Wlien  She Began This Treatment���������Read Her Gral|_pfi|p^  ^" -,:���������������������������..���������'���������       .* .V.', .���������(:'��������� ':-������������������''��������� l'*'i*!'-J  THIS b a HOME DYE  jfhnt ANYONE  cat. use  nvoi?A  JmmmW I   Ji,~--%<<r-- JK-MW-...  OoMnimii Ave.. itoBton. u,o.a.  rA^lWi^SnJr*' chem.*rjorp.. A. | you had .lived in ttt. John till thin tlme||  OLHAN afld MMMJt ������o U.a. I  I     4> 4j  44.4.  AIM H.������  The theatre was crowded from floor  to aelllng on tho night of the mooting  of a famous local team and tholr  oyuully well-known opponent-*, and,  neodloBO to say, tho audience contained a sprinkling ot football cnthiifllnBtB  oukor to wltneaB a stirring molodramo.  Ou the Btago tho h������<ro, with faltering  t.'. v>a.a uououuclna Iho vllllan for  lilH troachbrv. ���������   , ���������  "Tlow '������ It that this man parslstfl in  making foul chargoa behind my hack,  and alwaya oscapoB tho JuHt penalty?"  Swift as thought a hoarHO voice from  tho gallery bellowed forth, "P'raps  o'H a pal o' th' rofuroe'M 'nory!"  "What kind of u carcur havo you  mapped out for your boy?"   ;  "I'm o(\\*\tr in nmkn n lawvor ont nt  him. iWiTgot an unconquerable  fane.v for attending to othor foflc'e bua-  inonn, nnd ho might an w������ll K������t paid  for it."   -  ment. x  - Scarcely a day passes but fresh  proof is offered of the. wonderful  power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills over  t  disease.    In many of these cases relief and new health comes to the sufferer after the best efforts of medical  men had been in vain.   One such case  is that of Mrs. D. M. Ritchie, of Gait.  Ont.. who writes:���������"I feel it my duty  to  let  other people  know  what Dr.  WillianiB' Pink .Fills have done for me.  I was taken sick first in May, J.910,  with rheumatism.   Treatment at homo  having failed nie I went to Grace Hospital, Detroit, where I remained for  sob.- weelifl, but Instead-ot improving  I  became  absolutely  helpleBB,  as  if  from paralyslflA and, could not move  hand or foot.   1 was under the heavy  expense of a trained nurse, and the<  best of medical treatment, but seemed to be growing worse.  Finally about  tho mlddlo of July ��������� my husband decided to bring me h,olue to Gait, where  I remained under medical treatment,  and with a nurse constantly attending me until October, when I took a  furthor turn for tho worse.   Then the  doctor told my hiiBbfind It was only  a matter of a tew weeks, ao I could,  not poflfllbly get hotter.    Up to this  time ov������r  six  hundred dolIarB    had  been spent for medical and hospital  treatment.     In   thlB   condition,   wjlth  hope abandoned, my husband flaw a  testimonial in a local newspapor of a  cure of paralysis through tho ubo of  Dr. Williams' Pink -Pills,- and I decided  ut  unco   lo   try   thorn.    In  it  low  weeks there was a llttlo Improvement,  and from that timo on each day showed some change for tho bettor.   I can  now (March 1911) walk all about, tho  house, do up my'room, wash tho dleh*  ob"and,bow and mend, hut am Btili a  llttlo ehakcy, but am looking for the  fullest cure, aa I fool myHOlf growing  stronger dally.   T glvo the full credit  tn Dr. Wllllnrnn' Pink V-llliv for T fool  they aro an inutruaient under Provl*  "Am  '���������''-i'.lT  rrfrr  dence given to the benefit^ot'.wffepi7?BL..  ���������Ing humanity." #> yXy^^xM^yX^M  Writing again uuderS'^'^^^Toi^P^  August 16th, 1911, Mrs.mt_hie saysV;:^^|  As to mjr-general'health^K_a^Bay*-^W  that I have not felt so ?well'fln\ years.������������������������#&  My stomach is ih'the''!tVe_trl6_'hdhdi-"Xy2i  tion and I can eai things I have not'������������������������������������Ws;  eaien ior years.  .1 can walk    quite XyX  well, but use1 my cane whon^ I go out;  ^^  as I have not quito confidence in my- ?���������*������  self yet , But If you, had seen me when.   ' ";'  1 started "to take Dr. WllliamB' Pink v*0^  Pills, you would..tpaltae>hat a miracle yyi.  they have worked in my cake. .Alt Xy22  that I have! stated iB - absolutely true, -'���������>���������?:  and I may add that the pills have cup*  ed my husband of kidney trouble that  other medicines' seem to, have not effect upon,; for which wc    are   both  thankful.'; A    2    .. r  .. ,,T.yvi;: ;y,;.y^,;?:?y?  ^ Again under the date of January 16,  1912, Mrs. Ritchie says:    "I am fully  recovered and able, to do all my housework.   I shall always recommend Dr.  WllliamB' Pink Pills and trust soma  sufferer will receive a������: much benefit}  by reading thiB as, I did:   through   a,  faithful use of the pllifl."  Dr. Wllliamo'.: Pink >PlU^ euro ouch  apparently hopoloae   chflbB   as. Mra.  Ritchie's bocauae they-make now, rich  rod blood, whioli feeds the starved! overworked nerves, and gives tone arid  strength tor every organ ii*. tho hody.  No sufferer from parulysia,'. lowomotot  ataxia. St. Vltua danco or any nervoua  dlBordorB' can  afford' to  neglect Dr,  WiUiuiiib'  Pink  Pills, tlio grout blood  builder land nerve tonic, which havo  moro romarkablo cuvoh to their credit  than any other medicine In the world.  Hut bo euro you get tho 'gehulno pllla  with   tho 'full   namrt   "Dr.   Williams'  Plrilc TlllB for 'Pale' People" on ; the  wrapper around  each box.    Sold,.by  all ihcdlcino.'.deuW- or by mall at. Ci),  centa  a  box  or  nix  hoxon  for  $2.r.o  frorn Th" Dr." WIlllnmH' Modh>ln.. Oo ,  HrockvUle, Ontr   4I   I4IH444 W.H.,..........! \     44W.I44I.IIII  , .I-, ,|l   I  ������������������yy,s;l  ���������'''������������������. Ml  KBNHI  mum  w. n. u. w#. ������wr  I   JUU     ttUUiU   fc������������* * M    *f*.~i������4   ft*   VfcWMfcV*   *******   AU*kf������  ago." 'Jnree noted irian-canadian  lawyers were preaont, and apparently  did not aee the incongruity.  i W !������������������.-���������������������������������������* ���������-��������� m~*���������im'"*v   * ' ������������������W**i������*i iM # m *V������ 1**5 \* *.������*-������������������  ��������� to -oolnr,   AH ^ftlftrt fro*-* yrt.-i' PriifnUf *v  .   rREK OaIoi- C*ri m-U V /OHY ||i>okU������ U  oliiiftaa������IU������b������r4������oik Co., 'JmH**I. Menu**!  i  MaBlauato.���������What!    Do you moan  to Hay tttal your nw~.>uiui uima >ouimi  4.....      .4-      4-      4,        j-.-,          ^ ���������  M*", inaionoj.��������� -wu, yoi- uouor, but  hc'a been a phyulcal wreck only alnce  ^ he  struck  me.  44 . , t | I  Economy  in little  thing* m ju������t  ai  important a������ economy  in higf th.a&i  mm mmm ���������)-%-%._ri tf"T_ ������������������ aiilAl ��������� a-*-_*���������%  EDDY?*    MATCHES'  will answer one of your "economy question*."   ��������� 60.yew*.  of constant betterment haa brought them to ^ucK perfection that one Eddy Match does me work of ocvcial oLucia  I  r ���������   r   ������������������     i.  Ui      UltVllWI,       **������M4������44.44-,  '      ���������      4f4#*"  4,1-% tj) A'4*  ������������������|r-.������������iili������i.|������#,<^   :  lLmtJ>Mm A . ���������-������-  w  gttmaMii.iMaw-  mmm I-  TB>������    CRESTON    BEVIEW,    CBESTOK,    B. O.  ^...mv,^:  The Creston ^evieHfr  ���������a!T',"l,W"~w  Published every   Friday at Oreston, Bntish Columbia, by the Creston x'lutt- .  ng and Publishing Company, Ltd. j     =  Che������-T3R L. Wynn - - Editor nnd Manager. j   $3?  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir- { ^  onlating in over one thousand? homes throughout, the Oreston district and j  reaching ont in a broad wanner into other communities. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers'Board of Trade;  .Land purchase and land lease noticeB, $7 for statutory time. .Display auver-.  Sisem-ats, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $-.60 n year in  advance. Qur columns are open'to contributions dealing-in matters of local interest, end the welfare of the community. ODntributions mnst be brief and  Biga-d. ; '...���������;."���������.'>,^:.'"���������'"'���������  V_-^X vvJLV/ix       __________ v-r ^'wJL   ������  :,--  "^ /OU  will  make   bo   mistake    <g  The Creston Conservatives have endorsed the Mc Bride  government and their member in .the legislature, Hon. James  K.  Schofield,   in no  uncertain  terms and well  they  may.  4 ���������"  Nothing could be more satisfactory than the attention of the  government to the Province in the past and its provision for  the future advancement of its peoples. We believe that no  man could have given better care to this district than has  James H. Schofield during his incumbency in ofHee.  It is not peculiar that an agricultural and fruit growing  community should endorse the Mc Bride government. The  interests of the rancher have been well protected by the  Premier. The government has championed no special district and has made every effort to treat one and all alike.'  wttuce tne time wiieti irreinier Ivie .oricle became clue* executive of this  province the  agricultural  output  and wealth of  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  a when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men 'vviii substantiate tins, vve  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Our   Guests  Cslt   c/lga.in  TY .  Exeadquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  ������3 it *\     l^ rs.*--*. * ���������* i d\f*~*i f\ 1 Ci  <_������  I ^t mm a. new supply ������ |  .r"-awn tan-        ^o������gw*������  ���������������-#  EN  ow*  IIM-fu-WT'iig;^!  %&  L B. Moran  R  top*  any opposition being brought forward.  The  lecture courses   which are to be given in the Mer*  t Creston orug&Book Co. %  ** ���������*  Phone .51  $$.  ransfer, Livery and Feed Stables  li  / 55.4j4������������������"    uAijiiliiii1,!     a     ������������/������������������5" ������7    i SI      ���������   (.MS--   ���������  - . ts+rm.���������t.    m-,,*  * ~*"- ���������*      - ���������������      _   w . .  _��������� ^  I'll  TV.  fr&*44_       rJ^^VT.f*...*      &*.4,������     r444.4r.I4 ���������*.. ,*4..44>*4     fU^y. ^4.4-,-,   tTklCkfl  ,.���������-���������44.     .-4.   .4 4>* V *.A������W^   JLlChd     X.Vft������^V4&JL        jJ4XVr&^.      44.4U4lft.ijL X* V fc* ���������> i. 4. --..  \  ber of settlers have been taken care of and the government  has reaped material returns from its efforts to bring more  people to the Province. After getting the people here It has  educated them as far as possible and extended aid in all lin_3  for their advancement.  The session just concluded has been productive of more  measures which will be to the direct benefit of the rancher  in the various communities than any other meeting of the  legislature. The only great drawback infthis Province like  all new countries has been its lack of transportation facilitcs  ������r������-.������ _.-..-..~.~ .4 ~.~li~��������� V-.*4.-.^.l.������. X^-^.^^J     1  T>���������4=,4-~;f4-. 1. f <-4       J3 ^ A J4.  JL11C   xdiiiwau      L*������J_*.\.y     uiuu^uv.   lulviaiU   uj      j. j.<-j-Cix<-x     jjl_������-   xj-ijluC  . and the hekrty mannernn which the Members  responded to  the calls for better highways can onlv mean that the farmers  will be better taken care of in the next few years.  There is no Province in the Dominion that can point  with more pride to its educational work. Since entering  upon his official duties Premier Mc Bride has gradually  built up departments which devote their time teaching people  how to do things right or to relieving the citizens of the worries of preventative and inspection work on the farms and in  the orchards. The apple packing schools, the spraying  demonstrations the reduced rates on land clearing necessities  the lecture courses^ experiments with trees have all gone to  aid the people in their efforts to forge ahead.  From time to time there has gone up the cry of too  much production and too few markets. The Mc Bride  government does not have such fears. According to the last  report of Hon. Price Ellison, Minister of Agriculture, practically as much food stuffs was imported into this province as  was grown here. The fact is that the Provincial supply of  food products is just about  half the demand and at no point  in the Province is this better known than in Creston. If  this Valley could produce ten times as much as it is at present it could sell every ounce of stuff just as readily as it is  moving off its present production.  James H. Schofield has in his care of his district followed the same course as that pursued by the Mc Bride govern  ment in its provision for the Province. He has treated every  section alike and has been solicitous at all times concerning  the wants of his constituents. Iu ihh last session of the  legislature, Mr Schofield obtained an appropriation of $149,  OOO for the building of roads nnd bridge?, in the Ymir district  This is the second largest appropriation made 1.0 any one  district and is in a way a decided tribute to Mr Schofield.  Creston Conservatives arc going to support Mr.jSchoficld  in the coming convention because they believe that be is the  3. v-  ������ All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  tantile  Hall   next week should prove of   great  benefit to thej *# GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a    #  *-r\*                       ^ *                  .1                     .,                           .       .               _. -             ������                       ___-._,                                                                          * ^                        i                                         .    _f\l -*.eiM-lftlltl7-                                                                                                                       -_-?  1 n������ vase Uil Ui-   ranctterS Oi the  district.      The   men sent  OUt by. the  govern-   | Fml for sai0.       Agent for theMcLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale    1%  merit are practical growers and know their subjects.      The   ' "     '      * "        s       a"" "^      --������*--*--  -W  Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  T am prepared to fill all orders, both b? wire and mail, and meet- all trassiB    'i$  mi  people of this: district, have a valuable  opportunity to learn  something further which will aid in their work "and advance-! $  ���������      : I c_i  ment.  ���������v5*   at any hour of the day or night.    Gomiiercinl men and landseekers, -will    $  'rtweaM-MtgantsaE^^  receive prompt attention - v $  U4   .Q MoPir-.s-'-.+ h Prnn I  I      I 8    ^*S 1    I V I %** "^-r 8   ***- w������ -������a   . ���������    _     ' 1   -fe-r i*_r j**  lK> Ph.one 56 Sirdar Avenue - Box_l-  MOP  e\ _������a������ _*������  "II"  a  B 0 la a nmm a*. Ait^  i i e a 11 cyr a %_������  urners.  S3  11  Our New I^ainp Burner will give lightsix times as much as the old style  lamp burner, aud a  clear  white   lights  ��������� "���������������������������������������������,,.������������������*..'��������� . *^ #  ''.'��������������������������� ,������������������      '������������������;-'���������.'.,.   v'. .^ :���������-...��������� ' U  |You can turn light as high   " as you want to���������-it is impossible to smoke  the chi nney.     '    You can  burn lamp in  roomi  jail night.    No bad smell from the    Kerosene. Gives   a    steady  even- light,  does not  hurt  the eye's, burns any grade \\  of Kerosene oil, fits any No. 2 lamp, no mantle to break, no'bltele chimuey to wash every day, always   clean.    Burner^  will last several years���������made of the best steel and brass.  nllR Rll A..fftt-NT-F F  aw    Htt,  81   i ^B     H.-. fin  ' I4  I  H  t'j  [il  '',1���������  i������     ...,    r .... 1  1 .  MCi������i.   UIKU   4-<l     t*J_.   |S4.t������.C  Tt    1. . v       1      ,,...    i.r ,.,.il.   -.,44,1  <l.  J, IC    ii.l.,       4->iJUVV4i        t-il^t        wUii.il      4-4V44JV1     lilt  Send us 35 cents in coin or money order, and we will send you one of tUesc -burners prepaid. You ii'si burner {;  |6odays and if you don't say it is the bsst lamp burner you ever saw, aud you are not v^cll p1eis_l, just write u. a i  postal card stating you are not satisfied with burner and we will promptly 'return y v.ir m > icy- Cais is the b2*t bLir- i  ner yet. All we ask is for you to give us a trial. We guar-antee burner to give sat is fa .tion one year or give yo.i a  new oue free.    W e will send 3 burners prepaid for $1.  1 i.  :'.wia���������wwi-i-1^".  ���������'...������������������������������������������<���������)������������ ���������'.'!  WHcszr  local people object to any experiments in the line of a lc^i.s  later.   The Liberals have not as yet brought forward a candidate to oppose Mr, bcbotield and there is some doubt as lo  NATIONAL  LIGHT OO , No. (180  Br.r-iga,   Michigan,  Gkntmcmjon ;  ISnoIOHOd Hnd 35 conts lor wHah Bond  no ono ol! yonr Whlto 'JLii^ht. Lump Bur-  mrn'oor your ArlV'������rtiHom,mt,   with nn-'  li^viLuitliug I <\ui   ii.so F.tui.cT  Git (luj.-4  ud if I am not well pleuhcd with kuii\iv  iiiy monoy will bo returned,  tfaino  m   ������.  rjuim+^Mwwwwwxam*,u^  24'.  L  ,*r*)k****'* ,JMM/0t'������**J- * *  ���������4*" ^'  *,������**-.* ,   .���������*���������*-<  ~Jmd  mmmmmtmmm  ..���������&[���������   (,4(,t]t^,w.uft*4������.tl4H|rwlfl<*^%nt������*������ttI'H'iit|p,,������* ������ll4t  HbHHBHHmmmmmmmimmmm  M-H-  1>���������1 .ImittwWWMtHW.   MlHtfWlU ^^P^BiS^N^-^^BWy.? CRES1&  M^I���������WdtfVJMW  ���������nasB_2___s__33z>^^  'TiiC'oi Vs\T/^BLi'4'_Li'ATari 1  P.  I Bli-fc  f\P s&#'������; a -fill 'Iii i i j'-g  g  f     H " '  W. 5Ut������TOi������i Proprietor  I]  l��������� >ijaatMowrm -awn jnun- -a*1 -r aiiartT.  r-jtVEf-fSv-nwun-BttiKi  Tl  0t.ES      ���������yPBLBS?.  BSV.     M mm*  H   5<  .4,4^4.1,111.   4..I44M I, IP"   .1,'   >   .1 Mill.   I   .  a___x__ii������BM2BQa&4-t_sa4]  M  TWH   HOME  .* OF THE  69    I   inr%MMGD!C3U&  g    I    -         ~  S/l(WPL������  ,l?0    M 3  "This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the' Kootenays.  i ne amine room is strict!v  up-to-date  and   the   bar sup-  |  . plied with oxiiy the best brand  fia l    i  I  of goods.  sMSEm-usr.x.i-aBaixiBaJjaBJ  ' Creston. B.C.  t  nt-Ur-rjiat: ���������_!������������������>���������������������������#������������������*  THE  CANADIAN   BANK  -   OF  COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C:V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  S.   CAPITAL,- $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  ImJ +*S  X_>  A   X It   J-���������-  ������*_������ *w  rnn mi L-iiu  Sank ot" Commo.xs extends to Farmers  every facility  for Ihe transaction of their banking- business including; the discount and  collection of sales noces.    JoUnk s.������ile������! notes are supplied free of charge  JL  -I\s       VUUU-..I  4 "~ < ' '       I  #.-������ J tfTS, flWJ-l *. ff -ft-"- ������-?-T   a #?_-. ^���������^i_#������-9H-������0-->aW^������-f ������-_������-?   * ���������5fs_5  "   '' AND  Ol  certain   Judgments   .obtained  ' - in three certain actions in this Honourable Court between  .Paul A. Paulson," Plaintiff (Judgment Creditor) and International  LHimber & Mercantile Company Lip-ited, Defendants (Judgment Debtors.)  TAKE KOTIC .IS tl.nt l'y on Order made tv Iho Houcuuible Mr. Justice MoriiFon dated Ihe 15th day of December, A.  D.'nUl it vw.n oir.i i������ d iljit ihe Sheriff ot South Kootenay do Fell fill ibe iutexrcls of the said DeleudsMts in Sub-LptB II, 14  and. 15 ot Ei&.iut L-.r /.El'2  Gn up 1, Koitenmy Dis-tiict, and Sub-Lot G, iu said Lot 4692, Gioup 3, Kootenay District, aod  herein.  Tho property to bs .sold ie Sub-Lots 11, 14 and 15 of District Lot 4592, Group 1 Kootenay District, containing together  '4.477 4 acres; Sub-lots 6.1a said Lot 4592.Group 1,Kootenay District; containing 511.20 acres, and also th* timber now growing and sianamp on suiMot i ot" Lou 46-i uud on huu-Iu. 13, oi Lot 4502, Group 1, Soot-nay Distncr, aud on Lot S-G2, Grottp  "'    The name of the judgment creditor is Paul A. Paulson and the name o������ >he Judgment Debtors is the International  Lumber & Mercantile Compa.iy, Limited.'  Sub-Lots II14 and iB.Sub-Lot 6,and sub-lot 1 of Lot 4592 and Sub-Lot IS.of DistrictLofc 4598,G_oup 1 are registered in the  name of the B.O Southern BnilwoyOompany and the JudgmentDeb-ors hold Assignments of Agreements over the said LotB  and are entitled to tall on the 1J.O dou-U'era Railway Company lor a Oouveyance 'of the same subject to the carrying out o*  the terms of the Agreement for Sale atod purchase granted by the said B.C. Southern KaiHvoy Company over said Sub-Lots  The Judgment debtors are also the owners of the timber now growing and standing on sub-lot 1 of Lot 4592 and on  Sub-Lot 13. ot Distiict Lot 4592, Group 1, Kootenay District, and Lot 362, Group 1 Kootenay District.  The whole of the said property abovd described including the said timber is subject to tne following, judgments recovered by tbe above named Plaintiff against the above named Defendants in the Supreme Court of British Columbia,  namely :-Judgment of the Supreme Courc of British Columbia dated the 13th day of December, 1909, for the sum of  $44,241 54 for debt and costs, registered on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1909 and re-regiEtered on the. 11th day of December, A. D. 1911; Judgment for $16.415.97 dated the 29th day of June, A.tD. 1910 and registered tbe 1st day of July  1910; and Judgment fdr $8071.84, dated the 26th day of Ociober A. D. 1910 registered the 6th day of February. A. D. 1911  16 is intended -hat the ^ale shajl take place at the Sheriff's office at the Court House iu the City of Nelson in the Province of British Columbia, on Monday the 12th day at February A. D. 1912 at the hour of 3 o'clook in. the afternoon.  DATED the 31st day of January, A. D. 1912.  J. A. Harvey, . - S. P. Tuck,       <  Solicitor for Paul A. Paulson, Judgment; Oredifor.  POSTPONEMENT  M������������mf������ir  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  A   4.^ 44.41 fa    ^.*44.n .M4       I"- O. tl ��������� .*������  <���������*���������  Call  or  send for   our  New  Pamphlet which, is  |   full of useful Information  ���������   for Fruit Growers etc.  Sheriff of South Kooienay.  *44���������    ".������4t-<l*/-p t in',,  c .BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Cati-ad-ian 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.  Moneyjtnay b_ deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as  bv a. vyei-auaai visit tc ths Bank: . A231 -  IIKCI CB. FOWLER, Sflxnager, Creston Branch  Tbe above sale is Dostooaed until Monday, 19th day of February 1912 at tbe same place and time.  ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ j->-     w-fc     n._-__-_.  4* k),   * .     Xu-V-Airt-t  F, BURNS & Oo.  U  f  Li mi .-4.  . ,. . AM  sJlV.l_f.w- X V/i-t  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  m  40.Ij6j.-JL--  Oj.   pVUV-1 -���������-wO*.>-���������-������/���������  M  i  2*  ?U_  ������63 UQ. Ll���������s.9  ������������������ver,  p  Have just received an So page illustrated  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free for  the askiug to intending  planters.  "Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  i ii  ; ���������  !  !  at Creston, B. C  % *  m  vac  The above sale is further postponed until Monday the Ilth day of M^ch 1912 at  -he same place and time. '  , s. 1*. Tuck, Sheriff of South Kootenay.  "W. Morris Prop. ,|  A   HOME   FROM    HGSSS 1  The Week-End Holiday |  Resort of East Kootenav 1  ���������  Best of Fishing and Hunting   ������������������������������������......  SIRDAR    -    SO,  Under and by virtue of three Writs of Fieri Facias issued on', of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in three car- j  tain actions whereof Paul A. Paulson is-Piaintiff, and International Lumber and Mercantile Company, Limited is Defendant. I have seized aU tbe right, title and interest of the said Defendant, International Lumner and Mercantile Uomoany  Limited, ih certain goods and chattels, consisting ot saw logs, railway ties, cedar telegraph, pales, cedr.r fence "posts,  port  land cement, rooting paper, rough dumber, and other building and lnmbari-.*  tools   and   appliances; and also the righi  under the Rivers and Streams Act to float   logs   and   timber in Goat Biver and Meadow Cwek and their contributaries  together with all other exigible goods and chattels of tho said def endanty company.  All of which 1 shall expose for sale by public auction at my office in the Court Honse> in She City of Nelson, B. C,, oi  Monday the 13 th day jf February 1912 at the hour of Three o'clock in the afternoon  <m+r ^.V*. sw. B ������W ^    --r-*   wV*  i  ,  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commission Merchants  NELSON  ���������  Electric Restorer for Men  IPhncnhonol restores every nerve in the body  ____________!_-_Lto its proper tension ; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  An approxi  ... '        ,    .    ,.  .    .    . .j ^_ ____ ���������j. ii.,..   tj  !=��������� ~*������������>4   ^.ocinv,    ���������������, fV������o  ������flR'������   ! ^vsakaess  av*rted at tsne*.    PliOBplio������������������������l ���������will  xitnate inventory of the goods aud chattels to be sold may oe seen at tne  ruuw kj^^, v.^s ,  -- "-  -1-*    | ������&������zS* anewjman.   Pries as a bos, _t two for  of The Creston Review, Creston and at my office in Nelson, B. C.  Terms of sale cash.  ,    Datad at Creston, B. JD-, lst-Febrnary, 19J.2  $5.   Mailed to any address.  TIi- Bootoei- i������rug  Co'., St. Catbarlnes. Ont*  "S. P. Tuck,-  A. TRIAL ORDER will convince the most gj |  il critical of the superiority of our one year oid  fjj |  ������m - -    _ Hi     i  i  'A  ;j.i trees on three year roots.  a su  '(B ������������* 4_p* 8!239*&������8*2������S, ���������*'&* ������Jd>s*  ������-_���������������������*/<_������   a <$aii jMivtsa   crura   _r XMaavgnpsa'^rvsn} f K*oa 9*ra  &    \  G-t___-.=-_p j-.x? o,.������ Aiv   fCnit**'���������'***'**  t   t.������^-t-*v������-W|>_l*������������_W,������_i  -I,  l_nfc--<t-MI������-lLtllB|������Ba-^fciWliV^P-_M*-l  POSTPONEMENT   . -    #-   .  The above sale is postponed until Monday, 19tli day of U'ebraary 1S-2 at ,the scuaae piaoe and time.  S.P.Tuok, . .  ,  . Sheriff of South Kootenay,  \  The above sale is further/postponed until Mondny the 11th duy ol .Maroh'1-12 at the same place and time.  ! ' s. IP. Tuck, SliStt-lof South KoofceHay.  /  I    4- -       ' I" -     " ��������� 4      ���������      ..  |    ^yj/     ''US 17 M������ns. ouH/i- l^ouV'.,   %  I  rawDerry i^ianis  lmmLtjm*n*mmL������iiwmtmin**m**m-m-mrtmmm!mm ^iumx*mm*Mimmtntm*mmft1lmtmlmJmVti ^W������i\J3������lS^ftS^VnSK3flmt'3BSBS  Senator Dunlap and cParsons 'Beatrty.  Two of the most hardy and productive vm-lelics.   P1.cpa3a.ed tinder t&o  most favomblo cniirlitioiis from llin Tl  M Sellopg ������train of pnligree plants..  Prico $.10 00 pc-r th 'ninnd V. O   H. Wvi������nd(*l     10% <li pojinfc on all ordeis  1    with reuiittnucv. ii^ ' all ro-oivr-d I t������*or������) M irch 20 b.  _li .11411���������ii4W4.ij.wi 4, iMiii-4.4nii.ru. nn - 1-   -I-' vt+iti-zcz'xttatJ'J-jmx.Kir iix^vamniimiWMmMzmM<ummnMfum-.  MO^RAD WICEM,    WYNNDEL.B.  TH,OROUGHBR������J     I-.OYAL |  SOVEREIGN STRAWBERRY PLANTS  S/O PERT HOUSAND  AU- PLAN! .S GUARANTEED TC  qpow,'  I ~   SZ~2  Ml Km  imcm -r>-������-^i.*-^-nnir.������--������v !���������?.���������������������>-*^t--���������.*rm  itm    nunc-'on     ***** m* a* ���������*  ir������iw������������tu-������i������r> rvviwr wMr������u������iM  trw>mm^mtmnmt������w*m  __tu������i  Yl  as_a___fcTJ____^is^ta^^  "   "7 Willi In'il ff^llPE-^n ������  .i-.--tt.11 felJiifeil  rAKS ALL. ESUSK������..'-  if    B^_B  -������������������ess*  ���������������^%  \ly   T     mm$f    k&> :fc.  &������������^*vfay\    V^ L.:*s.-   XC~iy'-\ A       /Mr*  4^i.i.>(/  v'v.'.V  4*������N44������M1444,������������4>.  Cur������_ Iiy \ho H*i������/ P<V^<j������l Trrt������tin.n������_t  m"    NO NAMi-S .OR-PUOTO������ USZ0, WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT   , m������Z)  ���������ThouriTi'la of younftiMlilm.iWlo-ttlf.toil inonavo nTituihlly- <:wr.p|i to a pivninlnvrt,ttrivrt)  tbroui.1. tat-lr Inaiccrntlnni, pr.coiiuii ri'i.l liloixJ. li)lwjn������o������._ It' you Jitivo wy^i. S^S^.y  IkvvIuk uyiniJi.iui.j -������>nuti!  riw.tr    ; UUimt,  mooa������.  Inns, Er.t  11 ni h:.t  OlO  It J"  ������ T,. I ���������!",.     A''  11 iKM'Vi.un nnil   wimi.-,' fliM'.pnri.  l)omVMioy,viinl(iU,,,i������ii)(vvalio(!Oini*iii)rlf.;l������r. thtifiiio lull tuul ..I.-.,.' <mm,y idlunm t������ tbo  tioUjrnna tho mor'0,|.|ivfi(.ml mid po\-nnl H.vwt^mn uk������ It.v wrntoil:nil .Irnlim timwu-na  luoi-o vlia, \vi������hU������ l'non Ib ' (ivi'toni.   3v,n*L lrt ������;it;ic*lert mi.I li.!rl.\, Fob you ni! yowi* bui-rt  4f*iii*n.nl dollrti'H.   Wu will r.m*������ y<m nr r.n mnv.  .1 EVERYTHING PUlVATIi AND CONF-l-H-NlAI.  "���������  READERi   Noinnl,  llooh* Fr-������  QUESTION  ra m-m- ��������� mtmaafx 10 p, n nmt!-K9k4r uSJ,)   [$������>m  EVEaYTHING p;UVAT������ AND CON^U-iiirilAL !i  l,t_r wliobiirt li-oiiioil you, willjfci: sii\ h'.i.<'.'.ii.o|i|i������lf������ii Ti-un of Clmrtto. '.'  "Tl������_ floldon lWont.oir"   (Ulnstviitotl)   on f^cjrci- DJoonnnanF Man. ������;'  >N U3T rOP. JICME TKEATMENT ffir.NT ON REQUI-tT $  B_f N������P������HUWa-oH^fciX.t_ta_hby 0  "vii-^ 1.1 XiVl&ssWNMS,\JB)qbtiVly BE)  Cor. Michl^aiFiAva-'nnd 0risWo 1*^1 *Wv,   D������troi4, iK.fi,>.  A11 If-ltptr. fv.m.C.i.vKlM ii'Hir*t1ii' r"il('lrt-RH'(������d.  lor.;::- ...v-v '��������� -. '.���������������������������������������������v--,i".-:','-"-.'-:.r-;:Mvr  lffl������iaBr������tS3a!.a:2KtlB'    luenl: in \.'):iti:-������-n-. .'-it,    11 you ilcr.lrc to   -,)  fi UC ptrsor..illy CiM .rt.t our I'U'fMr..! Isv-itv1'* v.' 1 %.>(t<-.'I ;i������ v.-i- !^- fi vl vrivit  ������ MMM_M������W������M^ 44. M    4,-4     U.     4-    .4-4    ...^,  ra s-  TO ,(3 A '., ADl A N; AUC-ti t rii J V S  'otupuciMfiti ..tnr K'vuv   UiiivoiBitiv -Buii  inuHtn In. I'l-i'i-t.d nt Point Grey, ne. 1  VaiK.i)iivor, Britinh Cn1unil������ia.  ���������l.\ u   '  Tlio GiivonniKnil of Bi-iliHb Poluiubii  invito Oon'ipi'titivo Finns for tho   jrimi'i  11' M'lioni.o inid dosl)>������' for tho proii'Mi,  ' iu'vv UnivevHlty, tOK<Hhi*r with 'moro (h-  , 1 illi'il Pin. h fi"������r tht> l)iiililliiiT-i to h> oni  j 1. il (bv-.t. n.r i;ii ostiiii rV'd poMt. of $1,500  000    ( "-\  '.'I'vi'/m ol' !',;i0 000 will bo ������iv<.m t'oi- tin  ITIOHtl HIlOn.'HMfllJ   Dvlfti'JIH   Mllbmi   tod.  Pii-tionlniN >������f  1 hit I'on.jn'iiHo 1  1 nn 0  flit ''in;.,* bo obtuiiiod on jwiiv !���������  p..111 (,lm uutii'i' igiiod.  Tim dnHiKiirt to bo ���������:uu in by July .'11 *\  1012, tidill-oHHir.l lo  TH15 MINiar'Wtt OF lilDUOATlONT,  ^.uliinnonL l^ullrlluKH,  VloMirin, Brllihh (lohnnbin  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in.   ing'i   class   ���������  uoots aiiu. shoes.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pikvss, etc*, at the  Creston     Wine    &  Spirit Co*  ������r������-      r">       1~.       n.. _.-^  O*  JTOQlKr,  rrQp.  Cannot  Learn  Foultry--Raisi.ug  From a Book- ^  There is only ono right; way to learn how to n vise poultry, and malco  it. pay from tho start, and that ia to loam from e J-perts who havo been  .through it all  i  ���������H  HO patl-nU   In our  Wn.W^ of.uv.r v,'];l.:.i   .-..-'.���������   f-;i" /-'"���������'; : ; <*! -I. ..'>: : ft.yI     i  j   ��������� A r"0iiBb|_ iw'i r-Miilrtlor;novorinilB.  Thubn  M  Laboratory   lot- CunuUinu lMiiuniihi. only.    /.i,....-.,.o  ri.l loLu:'.:.i i.t, Wiii^-JVi..    :|     cilia urn oK-ou-Jiimlv p.'W-rtiil In ivuulntlnit tlio  ccasful poultry ruisora m tho world..  $ 4     '  '      ,  Tho  Course  includes everything  portainlnc  to ; succe-slul. youl-vy  raising:: How to (.elect moot r   **��������� ���������  ������������������������  i^*i-������.������ **������*  aud poultry for jproftt; natural  Dr. dc Van's Female Pilis  flcial incubation; layJug hena;    , ,     .        ...  enomlea of pouliry; diaeaaoo of poultry; poultiy houaoi   ������������������<* tmnn^t>vnonvt  turkeys; water fowlo; equaba; etc., etc. .       ���������  What makes the Ootirno particulnvlv vnltmhlo '.������'     tl-o -Tax* tChi-t tUllP  I. C. S. ia associated with tho Largest iioultry farm     ���������*-' *!>* woi'ld^-^thc    |  colohratod Raiicocaa l'arm, at Brown'h Mills, In'-tho-Pi.   nes, M. jf., fr"���������*1;!    I  for.ils fine Rancocaa Leghorns and DAY-OLD-CIHX,     and where-_0/)0p  / Tho I. C. S, haa npenl; thousandB of rlollani Jn pronar   log thin Couiou���������  (tftc only one o������ its kind���������a Course _������*���������������������������  that you can mastor and ny.\>ly in    ������������������*������������������������������������ ���������������������������#������������������    ���������������������������������������������������������������#������������������   ,    ���������  lonce School. ������  ���������  Box .WIS, S    wanton, Pfl. *  ���������or  inii'miBo'a  larco  poultr'  funri.    J      n���������,.��������� ,������������������h ������������������������ i������    ���������. *������* *"������'������������* ���������������������������������������������������������������  ���������  ' 11,10.LourfiC Will help yoil j-.i:;l, JUi Lite.     ������   ������,Mi(,a������lon on my purt,       -l'--l������' 'lo-orlLIni* Hi-   4  .many-other. I,. C, .j. Couuieu lu..o    * i>o.Hiy.i.aii.inir cuur������o. *  -     -        ������������������������  ^t.W^.JMT        ���������    -  t������$ASER  ^0U WORKl.  MflKEyoURMOm,  WORK TOO. v  W.TM US TTiEy \WIU4-WBI.  4%������NTERE5TWHICH  WS���������SS9!Tf10nTHUy :\  /iBte om PEM/i.np  ns QUICKtVAI. TIIEf^lL.3  CrllS GflRRV* it, y  PEOPLE JOST/J^RSIfl:;  /ltHPCV1bTI0U5/.5  WUCflriBE,  /IRGWEL^ PL-.fl5ER>  fIND THORDUGHl*  wmi the ^yifiwiia;  our ousmess is  TnrtNs/icrap-rt fiysiriEss ?  Wr-JREOra^RWE  your own home, whether you live in * iB|4.������K4,i������������������.i r.,., imnondc  tlio; city, .HiiburbH, or country, and : ������������������������������������IIi������ii������I Cow b������P0I***������  thatequipn youtohundlo u'I'owhetvi    * *.--...-������    mmt���������  h poswi^ivina  your. .mm& *fliM>f-EiS8\  WRITE TO-PM  5H0UU>y0UIWVBi1MV  .PINHNGML BUSINESS ������1  v/iNGouvfiR-'-vicinirx  RBhTSTOCOlVECT,  MGRBBMtiMTaPO(.^l,ftX  M0ltTG<lGKSTOL30)./1FT������R  /IMPC0I4-KGT.     , ��������� ������������������  iUSTU^/ITTBNPTOlT.  W, flRB Pl,BrtSin<i -  OTHeRSMW,IM.ESURB  ATOPbe/isByou*  !  heljMid thouwiivlii of men aii(l wnwn   *  in ollwv MFnll-.. i\(  life.  11 j       i\ ri;i,uuiu 1-11-11 .-ii ��������� viiim������ii>) , iiuvui iiinn.    x liur.u ,.  '{ ollla urn <i..i.oi..,,..i.ii.v i> 'Wi:iful In u������iilutlni( tlio 11  ;d i{������uoriiltvo p'ulii.ii of Llici (uhntlr! tivritcni,   Kc(������im I  ] till clmnp linltntloiin.   Pr. d������i Vau'u nro nolit nt J  .J .4fe.              fc                 -                                                   .               m  t 444              4k_.������*.                                             aa ���������  DKS. KENNl-iUY 4_ Kl'i..'-.^*", v.'ittuaoi-, Out.  );^:���������^K^v,T{������llWa;Ktt(v������4i;l^rj--i/   I **��������������� BoolieUiuruij Cov Bt. Catlu.rliio������, On-.  vvriu������ior uu.'iti'wuui .i*4ni������:������..i.    ������4iii4i_w������r.<t4.U.4..4a ; M'^.!������.li.T:l^t.������l������T:r'J1l^���������'���������.!T'-���������;,���������.,<',t���������.,��������� j-.vl  ������������..n. .1 <  The r.i.'.t.;iehi')(| cotipon \'iil .������i-i.i;f  Vou clt*!������*i-i|>t.iVt>. fircul.'ir of 1 !.i���������;. y.n<::\\  Voultry-R.'iii-.inj., Connii;. .mU iv. i 1  mid mail it toiiny.  A'mWI/-.  1     I   St. iVjVfl....  Wlt.4444������4l44,,.l,444444.l4.k4i,444^.4..l|l44.ll������tll,I.IIWI44WIIIM...ll,4������ 14.4.1.. l',il Mil ^ ^^44 *>.      ..      ..      4.44.  Writ"    'l-h������..nMM     Hl'U'Mti,     Illm.rW'l-.    !>*.. nrn'mn(-|<l{������i<  *  <4  ��������� - -��������� ~"       4  ������Ay.wc  I  K,������������������(    0. B.    O.   k  KlFIRl,.  321 fife Street,  /?"Va4i\co\tv-r B.0.<\  atiTj-j --iwrnrunrn".n   mnu-ifln"    'I   i V ������'���������*"���������"���������������"*  Xl  ) <  j  r''.-T,������)������w,..,  :.li.4iM.J,���������J,!tM  iaatute!*.ji_t____j__t_i  _,t_U_'_tf4__Hli_j  l,THtiWIBBIIinffi  ;..-'--,  iiiiiiiiiTi.������ii.iiMiri.im'iiiiiiiBiiir������w>iiiif[ii-Tiiii')iiiMiiiiiiiiii  \ ���������:..:   ,U.ff  ���������'���������: :.. ' ������ ' .   \ .',>. '."���������  ������ , '������-^p4.,*V '������������������:IJfAsii'���������fit''  ��������� -4.,,^**-* , Bmffln  ���������'' ��������� T-v.,i'.:'t*i;|;rtVi.ijUia  ,1    j: i ���������.'.4i".ii.|i.,.-muilm.A-niH lUikittUimk *wBnp__pn  tl   a       -4��������� r*   ji     ������������������>.   --^-Vi  ^   ^ t  ���������, , , 1 1_ -        .-         I I II       HI      _���������   II-     L-M���������MIWIIII    Ul    ll-IMHUI    III      II      1 IL.II ���������IIIM III.    II 4. 111! ���������������������������������������������������M-l^���������W ^������ ��������� Mil  ,-   ,      .n,-;.,,,-,.^,^.^ .4,-j-v   -,,        -j-       rrrT^nJ1;rS^.,_^^4-^4  ,.-r 7  t -   ��������� -- ,'   '*   - -  *       ,-     ,-    *-  ���������-*-   . -y :  >������      /..������4   4- S(    1,,   f.J.  THE    CRESTON   REVIEW,    CKESTON;    B. C.  ���������.-.*: ���������<&  iat What  b a  ���������sea  g  1.  And   What   Agrees   With   You,  Do Not Eat Too Much  but  Digestion  Will  be  Good  if You  Regulate the System With  DE. CHASE'S  n_rr.r  "wr.tr  -  _ *_7r.__  B.SWP.S-  _*<r _ ������ n  QUEER  WEATHER  DEVICES  y  f Overeating  Is   the   great   cause  of  4.,v.er.-.;troubleSi biliousness and eonati-  jation.    The digestive system becom-  1  eR  Cloffg'oH   _r5(->,   ^;nf,������������������,.���������   ���������. 44.T-   i~-i  ter, the liver fails and then follow  kidney disorders of the r&ast oainfiil  and; fatal form, such as" rheumatism,  Brignt's  disease and dropsy.  .'f^ke&iaairig is almost invariably  witn the liver; and should be overcome  oy the prompt use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills before serious disease"  is developed. '    ,  An occasional  dose of Dr. Chase's  ivmney-Iilver Pills when the liver gets'  .sluggish and  the bowels  constipated  will keep the whole digestive system  til wealthy working order.  Hundreds of thousands of people  .have found this out by their own experience and would not think of being  without this medicine in the house.  U-hers have been restored to health  hy this treatment after their cases had  reached more serious and complicated  stages.   ''..'.������������������" " .������������������-': ���������  There does not seem to be any medicine obtainable which is so success-  ul m awakening the action of both  liver and ikidneys as* Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. Merit alone can account fen* their enormous sales.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill^a dose, 25e a box. at all dealers  or Edmans.on, Bates & Co.. Liiniited  Toronto. ~        r"     * .���������y"K"'.'-:  The Beaten Path  Sergeant.���������Why flo yon think this  aog was stolen from a "lady ?     ~~'��������� ���������"*"  Policeman.���������-Because, .as I walked  Sown the street with it, it stopped in  rront of all the department store win-  flows.  A   MODERN   MEDICINE  - 4.4.    4 .144,   onoi  What mother cannot remember ihe .  times_ of her childhood when the castor oil Dottle was brought into use  ���������the dread with which she looked,  forward tea dose of it���������ths fight she  put up when forced to take it. Surely  all mothers will be glad to spare their  little ones thrs discomfort���������this dread.  Modern science has banished the bad  smelling, evil-tasting, griping Castor  oxi ouu,5i"65 xS its place, a modern  remedy���������a remedy pleasaat to take,  mild, though thorough in action, ab-'  solntely harmless and something the  little one-won't dread? That medicine  is Baby's Qwn Tablets���������-the oiiiy medicine used by thousands of mothers of  little ones���������the medicine, that has*  forced": castor oil and" "soothing" ayr-  wps'out of the home and has.taken  gg '        their place to bring health to baby and  ^.���������r   ��������� "������������������"VCT ��������� T_"_    TuC     riSrCuTC '.'Hu    *S'���������������K;G*.r-r*    fs-s-A  ���������������������������������-._ - tr- ���������   .~~~.t - _r������������������ ������������������.-������������������-   -      ���������������������������������*^      ���������. wM.wa   ��������� v������* -_���������  sold^hy medicine dealers or bv  mail  at _s cents a box from The Dr.Wil-  Natuf������    Hae    PurnlchAri    tV*anv   SlmnU  But Interesting Ones  One of the oldest and simplest ways  of telling whether the air is dry or  moist is to suspend a piece of seaweed out of doors, or even in an apartment where tbere is no artificial heat*  The weed is crisp and dry at the approach of fine weather, while it is flabby and moist when rain is likely.  A common toy, the Swiss weather-  house is really quite trustworthy in  its forcasts. The woman, of course,  emerges from the little house in fine  "'eaiher, while the man comes out  when wet conditions are to be expected.  -  In a medium state of the atmosphere  both figures stand just inside ?the  house. The movements are due to  the twisting of a cord of catgut, a  sjubsliiiice 'which is'highly sensitive .to  changes in the humidity of the air.  Two very singular weather devices  are thOse in which a frog and a leech  are employed. In the former case a  glass jam jar is filled about two-thirds  of its capafcity with'���������: water. A .little,  wooden ladder is constructed, and  this is placed inside the jar.  A frog will live quite happily in such  a position for a few weeks, and it will  be found that in fine weather the  creature will climb out up to the  top of the ladder. In stormy sysaiV.w;  however,' the frog will remain under  the water.  Even nwre reliable as.weather'pro.-  ���������phets .are .leeches.. A*.'single.leech is  placed in a broad glass bottle with a  piece of perforated bladder or leather  over the mouth. On the approach of  fine or. frosty weather, the leech remains almost motionless, curled up  at the bottom. When rain or wind  is coming the creature, rises to the  surface, which a coming thunderstorm will cause it to be much agitated: at times the leech will even leave  the water altogether so sensitive is  the animal to an electrical disturbance.  The chameleon barometer is a:cur-  losity which ha������ puzzled many people,  but its construction is really very slm-  pie..��������� ~\ ne ittniitijii cliitiii^e^ ctoior. 1^.-  cording to tlie weather, being pink in  damp conditions, purple in a variable  state, and bright wine red when the?  air is dry.  A cardboard mount Is prepared, and  this may be lettered in sections. Pair,  S44-.���������4-. ^4.^ 4T*l4������4^^.^4        . *T4?4y-. ^Wk.44 44. 44^4444  is stretched out on a blotting paper,  and then immersed, in a solution of  chloride of cobalt, to which are added  chloride of sodium and gum arable.  Any chemist will snake up this mix-  ture^  A more beautiful chemical hygro-  scope is formed of a flower made of  white blotting paper and has been im-  n>eried in the eoh^t mixture. The  blossoms shows many varying shades,  from bright pink to sky blue, with the  changes in the degree of dampness in  the atmosphere.  A somewhat curious storm-glass was  introduced by the late Admiral Fitz-  roy. This is formed of a glass tube,  ������=������^rsrt������i--ssH Ki;t ^?ith a small - hole  through the cork. Into the tube has  been poured a mixture of camphor,  nitre, and ammoniac, alcohol and wa  Power of the Potato 1  Potatoes wiil soon form the power f  for  clr'vhic  *\\\   ir!?*/-���������  *���������.?. 44r44.4T.043        !  How' can they do this? *By thej  alcohol which can be extracted from j  each potato. \  Alcohol,   or  spirit,   is   produced   by |  the   fermentation  of  sugar.   Potatoe������ J  contain   a  large  amount    of    starch  which can easily be turned into sugar 1  by tho addll ion of malt. -When    the  starch has been  converted  to  sugar,  yeast is also added, ana the sugar is  then  fermented.  At  present    potatoes ,^are     worth,  roughly speaking, 35 cents per hushel,  WffLCH_B3iBBBHBj  tiui. tinned into spirits they  .. .4..* T.  worth over ten tim'es this amount. .;  It is estimated that a plaiit with? ti  daily consumption bf eight tlio_3,aii-i;  pounds of .potatoes would cost approximately $12,500.  A        T'������4M4.MB,tf.L.        Dili.   ���������^44      /4   4A.     *-4 ������X      *2 * if4.'  *=4 4    .I.J.   U 44.44^ ll        .       I , ��������� 44, 4~���������  *   4>     4-      4^f>4,4 ..IlO   .  4?l-l/* ;  much aud bowels of iuipuritteji aiid irritants "to necessary when their������������������'action-  Is irregular. The pills that will ? do  this w*\rii *t������cu'oughly are Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, which are mild in  action but mighty in results. They  purge painlessly and effectively, and  work a permanent cure. They can be  used without fear by the most delicately? constituted, as there are u6  painful effects preceding their gei-tle  operation.  him?" asked the, doctor as k aft  proached the bedside of the maiv who  lay. swathed   in   bandages.  "He found the gas-leak," briefly explained the nurse.  *_ ������ x I  ���������   u  A  a  Effiea  DON'T BAKE���������BAKE���������BAKE IN THE HARD  ���������   ��������� OLD FASHIONED W.AY  Ib shortens your Hfe, Hpoils your temper aud ruins yout looks;  Try tho new way���������the ^OONEV way.  No spoiled baking.   No overheated kitchens. Lots of leisure in the home.  MOON CVS   BISCUITS are so fresh, so crisp, so appetizing that  they aro largely taking tho place of homo baking with thousands of Western  people'.   Ask for . v  MOONEY'S PERFECT!������  SODA BISCUITS  m air tight, dust proof and damp proof packages  ���������or in sealed tins if you prefer them.  Made in tho Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  evicniy. s>os>s toughs.,  car-? cold... h##5������  A very bald-headed man went into  a barber shop in Ottawa, und pliimp-  i?i" bimself down in. the clialr. - s.ii.d-  ''Kair  Cut!"' '"'���������'���������?'    "::-������������������-'���������  The barber looked at him foi- a  moment and then replied; '"vvhy, man,  you don't need a hair cut.   What you  CANADA BEATS  THE UNITED STATES  naoior-Sieigh  A German motor-sleigh of unusual  design, which travels at a speed of  siyty miles an nour, was exhibited at  the rec������ut autOiiiObiiu siiow in Seriin,  An automobile motor occupied the  centre of the body and drives an aerial  propeller mounted at the .rest- asd connected to it by means of a combination ot shat- ** n,r* cn^^n *"*.,v44������.a.  EATON PKICt-  l^.Utl  Larger  -lies   at  4444.1.���������_^0 1*1..���������        4���������_4J  correspondSng  Holyoke, Mass., ?_r.S5iA..  **j4.������?������'ving taken two uoxes oi your  excellent GIN PILLS, they relieved  me so amen that I am quite .satisfied  .?ith the results.. I gave an?order to  toy druggist about thre������ weeks ago  to send 3;e some more. .Nothing has  come yet and11 had' to borrow,? a? bos  froina lady friend who is��������� also:using  GIN-; Pl-t-IiS. I have none left and am  sending you $1.50 y for three boie^  which I would ask you to send: j������i:  once as lam not quite so well when  I am without GIN PIIxLS."  AGATKB VANESSA.  Gin: Pill's must be good when people  in Massachusetts send all the ������������������'���������wa.y'Jtp  Toronto to get them. There is nothing  like Gin .rills���������nothing just the same  or just as good. Don't accept substi-  ter. The changes in the state of the jtutes if you value your;yg^ltlt^:'ai-d  atsiosnhere are indicated by the pro- ? want to he cured of Kidney and Blad  duction of feathery growths, these es-i der  Trouble,  or  ' Home,'  ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� U4V.UV 4^4^., 4U4W4.U.4444  Anf  "1 wonder If your sister realizes,  Johnny, that during the last three  months I have spent many dollars in  sweets on her?"  "I am sure she does, Mr. Sweetly;  that's why she's not letting on she's  -engaged to Mr. Brlgger."  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  i    ���������  Teacher.���������What is a man-o'-war?  Boy.���������A cruiser.   /  'Teacher.~What makes it go?  Boy.���������It's  Bcrew,   sh.  Teacher.���������Who are on hoard her?  "Boy.���������It's crew, sir.  __ Teacher.���������You're a very smart boy.  where were you born?  Boy.���������CrGWe, sir.  storm and retreating to the lower part  or the tube in quiet weather.  Canada's New Stamps.  The new Canadian postage stamps  are meeting with decided approval  in England, and at the same time\he  new British stamps are receiving  some hard knocJ--i. Here is what the  London Daily Mail "say a:  "The new issue of Canadian one-  cent stamps, with King George's head.  Is a beautiful, well designed, and  clearly printed as the first Issue of  English Georgian stamps is unsatisfactory. In piace of the awkwardly  truncated head on the English stamp,  the Canadian issue shows a bust portrait of the King in Admli-al'a uniform, beautifully engraved, with a  light profile against a dark background. The shading is exquisitely  delicate, and gives full plastic roundness to tho head.    The oval in .which  The following conversation-followed  .,.*_ bazaar recently held: ���������  Mabel.���������Was your bazaar a success? the portrait is enclosed ia enframed  Gladys.���������Yob, indeed, the minister ] by a border ofinaple leaves, and the  will  have cause to  be very  grateful. -       ���������    .  Mabel  $2.50. Sample free if .you write National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada,  Limited, Dent. N. XL, Toronto. 92  "You must praise that ; sausage  more/' said the grocer. "That sausage, is all right." '  "It doesn't pay to praise sausages  too highly,' retorted the new assistant;   "it might wag its  tail."  In the cases of infant mortality  cholera morbus figures frequently,  and it may be said that complaints  of the bowels are great destroyers of  child life.   If all mothers would avail  theniaclVcB  u_   _������   ���������siftj-tivo /������   remedy i  as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysent.ry Cordial many s littlo ono could be saved.  This cordial can be given with safety  to the smallest child, as there is no  injurious substance ?in it.  Mammoth Dock  After two unsuccessful attempts to  launch the - big Admiralty dock: which  has been constructed on Wallsend-on-  Tyne, the structure has been safely  placed in the river. The dock which  is to be placed in the Med way has a  lifting capacity of 32,000 tons>a.nd  when on the. stocks it covered a  ground area of four and a. quarter  acres, while the height of the side  walls is 88 feet. The launching weight  of the dOcfe was  12,000  tons.    ?.;  |  Cut  shows 200 ess  j   size.     Price  $24.50.  TO  CURE  A  COI-D   IN   OIME; DAY  Take. .IsAXATiyE BJlOMO QuinineV'_."ab-  jsts.    Urass^stS: r������tund: money. ii'. it  fails  to cure.   K. W. GROVE'S sisinatUie is on  eaca   bcs.     25c;'?.        .���������'..-'"'������������������  Corns cannot exist when Holloway's  Corn Cure Is applied to them, because  it goes to the root .and kills the  growth.  London's   Weirde������t, Club   '  The weirdest thing In London clnhs -  is the International Club of Physical  Research in Regentv street.- It has no  concern with merely earthly things.  Although the club has only been founded a month or so, it haB already over  five hundred men-bers. Every possible  "1st" is represented. There are theos-  ophlsts, spiritists, phrenologists, psychologists, spiritualists, mesmerists,  and so on.  -How much were the profits?  Glavlyb.���������Nothing.      The    expenwoa,  wore more than the receipts.   But ten  uti us got engaged, and the minister is  In for a good thing in wedding fees.  New South Wales possesses sixty-  six friendly societies, with a membership   of   161,000.  curat]  The nouri.sl.ing and  curative elements in  Scott's Emulsion are ao  , perfectly combined that  all (babie������, children and  adults) are equally benefitted and built up.  Be attre to g������t SCOTT'S���������  W* the Slendard a/iJ ativa^m  th* bwmt.  all Dnuim-utmrm  11-m  inscription "Canada Postage." in  white letters on a dark ground. A  crown is placed'in each of the top  coiners, and the figure 1, dark on  white ground, in the two bottom corners. Instead of the watery faded color  of our one-half pence stamps, a deep  rich green is used, which shows up  the sharply engraved lettering. If it  is possible to improve on the design  by greater simplicity, the technical execution is bevond approach."  The English Georgian stamp has  heen a great disappointment to the  British public, with whom it is a soro  nolnt. Tlu'V onlte naturally resent tho  fact that, a king who Into boon a collector himself since boyhood, and who  la a known authority on stamps, and  ima on������* of !h<* finest collentlons ln  thf world, should have had ho p6or a  one in his own kingdom, nut then,  in this rt������������pect. Cannda's King -Edward stamp w.ns as far ahead of tho  English one, both as to llkonoHH nnd  art, aa the King George would seem  <o be.  Effete Drlton  Booth T.irklngi.o.1, tho Amorlcan  ��������� playwright and novelist, Is an early  rlner. nnd, when tho English |>luy-  ! vright and novi>llht, Arnold Bennett,  vlHltcd him at hlw ehanuluR roBhlencn  In IndlnnupollB. Mr. Tarkington HiUd,  tltc lli-Ht evening ut dinner: ���������  "l li.ilUne In tin- nhnple life. I got,  u;, v. !',li )V,( '.'in.. Will yn.. tnl.o n, -<^n  mile walk with mo at, six o'clock tomorrow   morning'?"  "Tin.iik yon. Mr. Tiirklngton," the  EnullHlnmiii nninvm-i'd, "Inn. I don't  walk in my nloep."  AnlhornMH.���������"(.Snort granloiiH, what a  nlatn thin i>luco Ih In! Von luivu. Im-uii  r.-ddiiiK iiihluail of iloIu������ i'onr work.  Hct-vant.��������� I hnvn boon rending your  |.,-t    . f,.-4,���������    mum    unit   it   fin   i'll( til'i������lh������(l  tne   I  forit-x   ov.-i-yi lilnn*   ������*> 1 *-*..-.  Couldn't Go.  "1    W;\F,   tl*UJpt'������rt    to   )'rt    |-OflH������   ...   ������������H������*  ihnr."  Wireless in Canada-  "Canada possesses more coast stations and handles more wireless messages than any other country In the  world."  This statement was made by Mr. C.  P. Edwards, superintendent of the  wireless telegraph service for the naval department of the Dominion, in  the course of one of the most Interesting lectures ever delivered under  the auspices of the Ottawa branch  of the Canadian Society of Civil Engln-  i ecus. A large audience in. the Carnegie library listened to the lucid exposition of the-^he true Inwardness of  wireless telegraphy, illustrated with  lantern elides and accompanied by a  history of the development of tho facility, by Mr. Edwards. -  The lecturer, after telling of the  inception of the new method cf transmitting human thought and showing  slltles of the first stations established  as well a������ of the Instrumentf, used  went on to deal with tho rapid growth  of the scope of wireless telegraphy.  Even submarines were now > fitted  with wireless Instruments. "Joalltiv*  with long distance transmittal ho ntat-  ml that Ibis was Marconi's special  field In which he led all others. He  told of tho first signal across tho Atlantic, which proved that tho enrv..  turn In tho oart.h'fl-uurfaoo was uot, nn  insuperable obstacle to the ro idlu.-,-  of messages. Two years ago the first  _oinni_i-_lal hcjvIoo hud been commenced, and since then growth had  boon rapid.   .  Canada led the rest bf tho world In  tho number of Its coest stations and  of mnHsagnR sent, the number of tho  latter transmitted last, year being ll.>,-  -07. ���������  Minard's Liniment Re!Jv������s Neuralgia.  Stern Parent.���������Quite so, quite so.  You tell me that you have proposed  to my daughter; but���������er���������you say  nothing about your position.  Nervous Suitor.���������My position, sir?  Oh���������er���������er���������the���������usual one, I believe  ���������on my knees, you know;  KXLJ\  One of the managers of a hospital  asked an Irish nurse which he considered the most dangerous of many cases then in the hospital. . t ���������  "That, sur," said Patrick, as he point-  ed to a ease of tmrglcal Instruments  lying on the table.  "Have you jever noticed how war  produces so much .poetry?"  "Yes; that is one of the horrors of  war."  Model Incubator is without  tiouDt the . arre&test- value  offered this year. It has double insulated tracked walls and top to  retain the heat, and' is equipped  with hot-air heater, thnrraostat  and lamp. Compared with other  high-grade machines it cost less  by about one-half, and gives better results. Our customers are  asked to o?uer this incubator at  our risk If not entirely satisfied  after examination, return the In.  cufcator and tha purchase money  will be refunded at once. We pay  freight charges botn ways on al!  returned  goods,   so  that  the   customer risks nothing.  THIS IHnHtATOB SUPPLIES MH$T OF THE EXPIPENCE  NECESSARY FOR MANNERS IN POULTRY RAISING���������  After careful investi.gatlon, extending over a couple or  years, we have chosen the Model Incubator as the one best  suited to our customers'- needs. We have chosen it because  'it is simple and reliable, and because thousands of these '  incubators are bringing profit and success to present users.  The Model Incubator is designed and made by men who know  the conditions under which an incubator will be used by the  amateur poultry raiser. .And because they know these conditions so well, and have so much practical experience to guide  thess, they have been able to make an incubator'that gives  splendid r_sults in the hands of iaesgsrieaeed people. Whatever information tne purchaser of\an_ incubator needs is fully  explained to the book of directions. . vVith this hook aa'a guide  any careful person can depend on' getting good hatches . of'  . healthy  chicks.  That wis wast orrars? a gaoa opening for profitable poultry  raising, cannot be denied. The interest'that is being taken in this  subject Is shown by the number of inquiries we receive. Undoubtedly many people vriii add to their incomes tms year  through poultry raising. To those who wish an economical start  we offer a simple and reliable incubatcr that has a reputation for  producing  results.     Further information may  be had by  writing  to Dept. 4_ou^ ^^ SPRING CATALOGUE  Shows our line1 of Incubators and Brooders together  with other items which .interest poultry keepers. This  Catalogue has just been Issued, and a cony of it  should be In every home. The Catalogue is sent free  V of charge to any address on racalpt of a letter or postcard asking for It. Write for your copy today, if not  already received.  _fcj  ans  nf^^y  . Bk.il  :t% a  .WIIMNIPf-Q e-wana  ji. .y.ni  Since 1870, 9,540 HveR have been  saved round the coasts of the United  Kingdom by the rocket apparatus.  During the year 1911. Blackpool's  sunshine record was 1,843 hours. Thin  la the highest fjguro since records  were taken nt the meteorological station.  In Backache the  It is their way of collinR your attention to th_ f*o*  that they are not in perfcot condition. Many people  who persistently Upiored repeated warnings gjvei.  I������y tho kidneyB aro now chronio sufferers from Kidney  and bladder complaints whioh will stay with them,  until tl\ey die, -.ud porhupit luuitan tin* end.  k��������� How much better to help the kidneys the moment  they show signs of needing n littlo assistance! I nko  DR. OLARK'8 SWEET NITRE PILLS in tlms.  They contain Nature's own remedies. Thoy lift, the kidneys out of their temporary  depression and start them again In normal aotivlty. Sold everywhere at flfty con ta  a box or mailed dlroot by  THE MARTIN, UOLK At WYNNE OO.,  41  WINNIPEG, OAfcADA   -4  The Prevalent. Iden.  ,\ rharlty cvp<-rt wnn tnlkliv*; nlinnl  charity. \  ������������������The rich glvo fur inoro In flmrily,'  ho said, "than |fl Ronomlly believed.  It's alloRothor orronroun, tho prcvnl-  ent Idea of tho rich man's callous, stupid attitude in tho faco of poverty nnd  uulTorliiK.  "Tluti. lutfvaliiiit. Idea Ib Jlliustni1.Ml  Well In tho Mtory of Mrs. flohcn. Oold.\  to whom a charity worker uald:~-  "Tlionnandfi of poor people freeze tn  death   every  wintnr."  '"Donr mo." Mn.. Gobsa tlolde replied, -why don't thoy no to CallTor-  niaV"  VV ll.V     UIUII   I.   t >'"    h"'  ������(���������������������,,���������������   ..r,,.,. ,4.4.,.-,.,.)iitif u)ii( hl������n.  VV. iv. U^ No. 657  wuwn'i   RnliiR to auk my luuilmnd 16  Tommy.���������P^n. what, do the drrtnmtle  *1(������/4..,4  ,4, .���������'..,       t������^4.4          T������       If,       4-,V/.Al44l.r      ,4  ** A H t .4 ..    I  \vny of MiiylnR that tho uwher/. earn |  their Huiiiriou, my iton. |  For regulating tho  bowels, invigorating  the kidneys and  stirring up the lazy  liver  Dr. Morse's  Iimdiark  Root Fills  y  have proved for over  half a century, in  every quarter of the  world, absolutely safe  and most effective.  25c. a   box  everywhere*    *������.  EUREKA  Harness OH  Keeps your Harness SOFT AS A GLOVE  TOUGH ASA WIRE, BLACK AS A COAL  Sold by Dealers Everywhere.  The IMPERIAL OIL C0,f Limited  Mf.  A Winner  "Hoy, tnko t.hono flownvn to MIph  Bortlo Bohoo, Room 12."  "My, sir, you'ro the fourth* rod Neman wot*,. Hont hor floworn today."  "What'B tljat? What tho douclj>?  W-who sont tho othorfl?"  '���������Oh, thoy didn't Hond any mune.H.  Thoy all auld, 'ShoMl Know who thoy  oomo from.*".  "Woll, horo,1 taUo my e.avd, and tod  hor theso aro from tho eamo ono wiu  ivionL Llio othur tltroo hos.ua,"  Roniarkabio  Cironnhonoo burned nearly down \nnt  nlght.   Kiinny thliiR, toot"  "Wliat'H a runny tlihiK?"  "Why tho flro did aa much danuiRO  ub  thu .wator."     t        \  To  be  Expected  "c;nn you niuui. urn a t-vniiory oi au-  nnHtorH from thlH old llntypo?"  "I i-.m, hut th-y will all looK much  allko."  '���������Well, a family renomhlnnen won't,  hurt nono."  ������**4>..������      Tnni>4<     ������>������.i>    t/ktrw   l������    UnA    "Willi  thlH morniuu; I oan't i>o������������lhly ������>ut It!"  "iiavu you .nou tne other ona, ������irr;  Now Safety Envelope ,  From tho dayw of antiquity It hni  ahvayo hoon. a problpm minolvod .how  to enuuro tho aocrooy of lottore. il  Kronoh woman. named JJhlon olalmH,  howovo'r, to ha'vo dlnoovorod tho real  mothod, which in aa aimplo an tho ogn  of ColnnibiiM. Tho invotitlon la thm  donorlhod: Tho onvolopo loolct* vory  ltho an ordinary ono, but tho tonguo U  a lchid of loop, proloiiKcd no as to tt  tho. Hummed end ol tho upper rlKht  j liana comer, wliluh lu a -lit. :iii_  I tonguo Ih lnnortod and further fixed  by tho Btamp bolng tituclt over It, Tho  Hj'Htom Ifl fdmpllfilty Itnolf, and exnnpr.  by,ripping opon tho onvolopo or toar*  Iiik off tho At amp 1t Ih ImpoHMlblo to  not nt tho lottor Innldo.  Mount   Plousanf  Po������t  Ql'floo,  London, itHnnlly,;dealt, with  foiirtoon nnd  ti   iiini   until -M   inuum   <i    wcait,   unit   it  half million parcolti.  (rt������?li|4W������Ji**  ���������vp^yki^tfjgyr'g^  m m 11- ji i '*������iiriirrT-nrni  -r  1*1  h  It  El  (J  T  it  /I  I  ������l  ���������j.  I  Ji  II  ;i  ri  ;���������,  ;,wt,44.,.;Jli:EE������4Ki4l  _____H_M___Ml  tmmmmmtmmmmmui  ii i iiiiiiiiiiii-i���������mn muni n ~- ~  ,___ ^m^^^tt^tt^m^tt^mmaum^^  ...-,  uiri_________i__D '������������������WMP^fl^W^i^^^^^W^^^^Xi  zimmMSh  :.������K5_.w������_Fj5Sf___^^^  rt^^^T^^B*^-���������^,.*.���������!!,* "-''^:'''":''-w,'v:"'f^  ���������lrtA%M������������..'Ttfii^V������~������V'������*~^ *:���������"'���������     *������- ������������������-��������� ���������-��������� ���������������������������������-' ���������'������������������������������������ "- r.iii.iTai!^-.-..-.!.   ������������������-������������������.   '-"  ���������:t-.'-^v-" ':��������������������� ^WW^vlf  i ii^-A.^  A^^U'/iSm^  ly^?'^_3!Mm!^^  "- '"' '; ^hi^^ey affiant  ���������V.. rtAfr'irttf."v:r.vinda_rt.*> .'^s-frif������'-.- ���������  .;;.^yi.Wyl'^il������sVI*W������������i.l;,''l������*I������*Wi;  tha-? :at.(i)^seiit;TTlt;?^asyno;t;T the?, ihtbh-  .tlohA;tpA extend;?; the Aptlnciple A beyond  Jbej-hbad? 6fsthe:;lakes;?"although" the.  ,iay,-������migh"t''-M ?:iiiay  be builf or required at Prince Rupert.  Vaiiebuv-ri ?Huds6t-VBay?A and?  other  chted^wotiitr'^^et^  J_L l___i^l.- _*_.__.    v._; -:<"-y.' y.cl.^-k _-.l_A. '^.Ll-{i-rfW**4-'_i*-.';M**l  lowers for.:iiiv^3tig&tipir;S:n^:^l^;wh-  .jj*sn'QT>f gg:;', 'coWf ISe.EO.ii.'c^a.cslii^  winter,. thj^iqtail^  iiphs-inA ex^gsAbf ;thst?ilfe&eV/:V;It;?'wa.s  eS-tphtlal ���������tli^-f^btae   sta?temeiit/from  ���������tfi'e.\.'gbvei&m.^^  should be bbm^iidci-tedvtbJ?P^ i-^-,.toi, ^y���������yyyy^ Ta ������.^i/ihnni.fii&"bf  ij_c ������_i, j.,.- a'^---*'^--*-������*"--'������     Tfviwo^ia make: it their . Business; >Pah*u  llt^nl^!^^  to the?^eat^eBt;?ttt the^i^oMo ������.^^^:^S������S^S  liirai,������������������"������������������ ������������������������������������������������������'������'-v-'���������*���������������������������-���������'''���������������������������������������������:    ,-v^v.:-..v....'.!:    ;,.c propositions placed on? ���������,.-;the^..mai;Ket,v  ; '������The#tlie governnie^  ankP-d' Hnri   or Pucslev ',?',; ?   ?  .terprlses as could BhowiB|W*Af s^O-?5?f"  Ve ry ���������'. ;'R e I upte'Wll^^  A: .matibYiTRefl^  ?;��������� vWouldV:TaketPiVe^.Yi_^ F|b!sh  .���������'��������� thb Details &sl������i$^  ?. ? missjpn.AyT'?;Ayy;yA;y|Av i'.';'''v-  ."'���������' ��������� Ottawa; ^Oht^B^to^TihO^ "railway  commi^sloh;? M AWi A^hifls&Bubrnitted  a lfit^bf inat&.H^ '"tor?  tho Agoverrim.^nt t yte^i^'ei-ir^a-^ttte"..; *ail^.:"  way companies to'lBhppiyAih^bphnec-.  tion with, tile westerh���������? fireightv rote  investigation. . The list wa_;&:;fbrmidr  able on?, and covoriisg:?���������-.U&^ooe-,-a.U  most every?--'_Ide'.?.o^s^ii*fi^{:v^sineBBf:  ^Strong- opi^ositidnv .w&srmade rtpyythe  list by ?couhBeI?-tdr.1.ther-;'-YaUway..v?eo.m-:  pantes. -?"We Auhderstbbdj^nsald^Miv  Phlppen, f,that this? iwas; toyhb ahAin^  quiry into frei^t?mte&; ?Wl.at then,  do we-want all this? trash, for? ; ^ot? hf  cnt'oiit'an'thls.inBent-tilstoJi^;;..?^:-^^  Not Enouah  Boats to Take All  Who}  B;:u^'^.i*-^  *������^a'e*i'"' *-������y*3I s������'*-^'A^������W-^::?;ls>\.^,>iA^-';:.,V-iTi-.;,fr_ '..I* no"  by almost all;the- host-known ABteam-  ship companies;; arid Ih; some?;the? May  aailii^syhave alreadyya?)good;^^htiii-;  ���������gei&v^serve?^^^  haveia'rrangeclA;tp ;���������' taK^yer^ejjlliOOO  ipnA.-KdmanieA of ������������������ ���������t^s^JJit&c'Sts^i*"*?.  rather than risk lbsing^basin^Bslyhilo  their two hew l&OOO ytbnnem^e/.ltoildA|  'i^':X?iiX:yX2y^^^'^^^^MM^  ���������yFrbmi all'; the 'M^^onMMM^SM^tM..  Canada;will receive ^^^&Sn&^0<mB^^  outnumbering: that? of S? any:^tw^ipufc  :year.:.T.;:TlhdeO_.,.;it':Tis"T^QtV?u  ^th^'?;situE^.qn ;:TAustralii  iwii ������j'n'? th'ere'?' '.Ny-life :?>no i'-^iibugh t ,sni pS;''.tcs;-  carry vt^?emigraii  -rrinietit^?r-*in'?'establlsh?���������������>sample niittr-~  ket :^ith; mixli^y^rivlle^^  thg^t Winnipeg, albhg the .fines of the  - {riieyiayMihiieapdHa.2 A;s|udy??has bsen  vaiade:;Dy: the^^yerhinoht>ot xhe. Miii-  T.'dea$blip'''P..&)fc  ?sd?itBelf -to? the ihihistefsTthiat there is  VsiVory j^babiilty; of  -^Bimll^arililalh. for?Wihnlpeg;v.4������V;\,  ���������:-s?:3,;_l(bh::;*Mri^oi4.t������^  qfueations^ias tohitf'pbHcy oh ?the flueSK  tion :^.^y'^'^:y-?y.-. ���������"..y?..-.;??:?-?-.? v^-y:..;-;-. .y^TV"-^;^? y ? ?t3v  ''The:..;Tg������ybihrneht-T^  parliament lor:?'arrant..brvxhoiiiey lib!  ftcquirb !?j^e^ffiohty;bwned; elevators  at tho/;prb8-ht-:^bs6lbni?yi;?a.m.:tw  prepared tb^y-^l-a-.-hoaiwoun  be, but it:Is? thb litttejatioh ot'-the.:?'_;ovr  ernment to iaake'ain appropriation  year'ito? csy^xoiit^thb *>ui=5>WBe* of this  act.  ?Itri_ ho^;propbsed to- construct,  Jeasej" ������r/operate ?eibvatbrss?at  any  other place ;ttia_.s at? Fo|rt;WlllIam^ The  ti5���������3 .niay, Ronie ?whbii tfiis/uiay he? ex-:  ten _ed���������to < I^ix^^?i^������brty Yai^Jg*vet-  " Hu&_dn.Bay ahdSother pbrtsv hut I do  -not waht^tTtb^bb^deratobd tfiat?the.  goverhi^nt^rbobBes?;tb take in charge  the  building of~y illl elevators ? at aU;  portal; Sbxn o^inust hb Aeft to yprivate.  and cbrpbrate?' bntbr.pi(lBb\::.-i-S'!;,ttiepfui:-;  *������f5.������*: yXyy^2y"yy:y>yy:y'P:'yy.y-y.t,/yy,'..yy pr  "j^t tbefoTeBthbyKbusb  Dr. Fug8i_y Tasked ^b^,; aj'm^er&ent of  government ^licy??a8 ?tb ;terminal?'^e^  v.ator_^ y; Ko&? Mr. yQliver^ ^Bhod bo_i-  cernlhg' vthe; ;:!que_t-bn- ot^bveraBabnt  ' ownership Jot termlnaVy������!rt^  the miiiister propose to "���������������������__.������*&��������� state;.  ment uiioh it?i ^'i ^lUdlscuss thW  later,- se^d; Mr. 5^steiv^; ;?;^;.y^T  Horn I>r. rugsley objected _.aa saia  that it _hbuld bOTdealt -wtthy now.  There was urgehtyheed?^^ elevators ac-  , coxmnbdaUbh at;st. Joton.y l^t,ysar  the hUBihb-B .of that;port vra&- -?6,00Q^  000. while up to the.preBbnt time this  for this purpose at the present se88ibh  ^V-am?' not���������'.now vprepared to ?say ywhat,,  ^the' amount .will - be. hut it" is Tthe;\in-  t,entibn of thefgOyerhnieht t^iHiake-ah  ?^p^bpriatibri this���������) year? toycaz-rjr'Out  ?theTTPurpbBb?of this act;2. It-is^hot proposed? 'tbboxiWtruct; yJeaae? or?; operate  oleviatbrs vat?any oth_r?plac.e than'Fort  WUlia.m.?^.Thb Ttimo may bbmb^wheh  thiBwill^he estpaded tb Prin^  ert. A^nctjiiver^;Hudsonifeay, alnd other  ports, 'but Irdo not -waiit it?vtb? ?beun>  derstood: that .the'^ygbVernmeut propbe-  ea'i:to.?^tiake;'in.: bharigeyithb -bullding ?o?  air clsvatbrs at air pbtta. ? Some must  be left>tbyprivate and corporation eii-  terprjges'and a.j^eat deal m.ust be; left j  to private? and' cbrpbtatoy������*t������terprise; iiat  th������B future.**. ��������� .*y.'y ���������'yy.-'y'X'yy y ;22y  ? "W^tiafc difference  isVtliere." .asksd  Hon. ipr.iPu4gsley, ybetweeriyFort Wil-  lisith"hndf other ^brts? meritibhed."  ?s"B.1ec.ause t^  *rei>il������d;'l^n.;:Mi^?F^^er^:?^'?y;-';^ ���������  Hbh; l>r. PuKsley directed at tm* 'on  to the fact that S5t; .Tohh?������t.d Halifax  ^rere the .ooliitB to -ivhioh all??rain9 hy  Canadian-...ports confcentrated? ihy; the  ���������Winter .'mbiithB.??- '::���������-'"."' y:':2y2.y''y"yy2-2yy-:  "Does the minister propb~e to? miaKe  ri fuil^^t^teimaiit-;o& t,he? question of  ?goveroment-T owt.������rRhit>    at.y a?y?iater  -^>ae������  in the hill?''? asked AHoti; Mr.  >biivei^:''?*;;nt;.'-y  y?v������t hayjBT rnade; it  now���������".y ^swered  Hon Mr. Foster.   Hon; Mr^ Oilyer.'.:re:;  t.lled that it? there w!aF ho fuller itf-  formation bommiinioatfd to theyHouse  it would he?prbha.hle?t^  :ine,nt wiouid :beyy^-ii^ ;on the: y third ���������  ;readiivg;'';:;- "'"���������-y^y'y^^^ * -^:-v-       ������������������ ������������������������������������a. .���������  tilL liaving alreadyThOenVlntfOdubedSby  George P. Smith, M. Li. A., bfyCjariirbsG,  de:3igil-d;/ to provide vhuyey#*'of:;M#ubT  division ^real estate wlth,?sbti-fe^bjetter |  to supply us with ;ihfbrhiatibh,;iieiSb8-  sary to Carry;bnlttie,^hvestl^tibnJih?  a thorough :manrief,^v;.;t;etbit^^  Whitla. "then? I??^ll ? ha^fttq ;^s^ythb  hoard to isBue '.{"stAl--brdbr??^stiuestih^'-  tho dbmpahies Vtt^.fi^^S^U'='^:;0!.^'  .books to be ''.ejcamined;- by?.gbyertim^ufe  experts." ��������� .'������������������  yyyyyyyyy: ..'v., y. y ? yXyy-yy:  :^HovvV, long y.^lllj.,ityy t^ko^'^tifs^odl  ?;pared^l-y^l5iev.':;_l.y^^  y^-:-yy^y::'.yvy>y:';.:A '��������� ^:.N->Tw������.-^;SwTT;T.;,<,.",.f;i^^  TTTT^a^cordih^'iTto'?-the'������������������ hJa^mbi**:'?^  ������^^^-*^a1flse-^^  ���������hisy'brbther^:Sim6;h^l^d-'?bfb^  :?t^'* ^fessy'i'and; ~:tt> &��������� ��������� i n������e^ncSM^?th^ti?T;$������Si^!  John;^i^ught T^is" i br^  'isyadmitted'.' by carefuiybbiB^yer8|:tha^  the?problem is a seriousvono for.-the  Weist arid? for the? East; rbu^the^pbsu  tlbn .is. takeii that Western:iegisiatures  ?caii??at least? make a plain?,statement  bi the I situation for t.he bbn^fitvbithe;  investihg public;,,��������� .��������� ?'!;;..;?'':::?y.-y;';yT^?;yJyy.y?;?;  ^TFlAbE  COMlViisitpWEfiS^i^  ��������� ���������.j****-jc   MliftT   CEASE  ,.4.4.^4,44^4.4 44. ... ^-4.    .   RAMBLES  OPTIMISTIC  BERLIN  ORGA,?  Hon. Qeo. t..Fostert?.W.3i.'-^.s^i^-^'iSys*:  :yy ytematlc-StucSy? o,^:t^;:^^tio!n|?'0y,?  Ottawa, pat���������It is uhderstob^that  as sbbtt aB v the ^aitt?^Ul^a.^dispb_ed  Of;?Hb% Gepr^ t E. _fo^r7^tettdB;? to  ,tek_:T-tp the qiiestibnAOirkttte^i^^anizar  tibn ?bf the Cana_4aiii;- traAe ycbmmis-  sibherBhips;. systein^yi '^^ere':jWill.;f h-^??a  .cpsiplete? re-organizaiibh ;.o������;..:|Sk^P"������  "and ;;i .vi^-allotmeiit'' 'bf ? territb]r^?!Th6re.  iiren&leas than fiveJvax^antypositibas  which have heen heldyoii^  miaisterybf trade���������?.a.sid"?e^miaerce;i.;lias.  had time-to ?make;isyst^^te  ' St .";t_i'-5';. que stloiii ?:- ;;The; ^si^on^^v^c-iiit'  ire, Borlin,^iPariBi yShali^a^i^aiia  and.-Vienna. ;Theaey;yia,ciahtii^  ??iU ;-lse t, f llied, ^M9;;a#imi������rJ^|n^  apfeointmpnte'yBi^  egical trade ipoinitB;.,.;Itn|s-thsKiatb&  tioi oi the Ksihister^ toymakev^e^ipm-;  missioners i.nibre^d8efuiy?Ttby:C  commerce than in the past.   They will  act as a sort of Canadian vicb-consuls.  time,? said.jMr^T^  , Mr.-WhIUi-u  two; mohthBito ?^e;;the Jailways^time  to ?flhd out ?whh.t??they2 are ,:witfihjg ;?to  siippiy and ';^hafctthey y'ati������'?iiofe^ 1>ut  Jiidjge Mabeb?? bbjectedi;?:'fitter ;twb  months,*^ ihe; siiidjy^'w  we??hiive hot .advanced frOiu.f-the,?,^ss^  eht position and that; the information  has not beenX subimitted. ?/Iysugf^est  f*5e*. ,t"*������> ^oisisigai'on meet? again^bn?'  March 8. -W.e'.;-hayi8":deeiued2tt}faL������pJ!������  pbrate the yanobuvor- 'xSM&;:.oi������%^.^^f.'  adian passenger^^ .traffic,; or the Royal  !i^;y wbu!d::yh!& j?fbllbwing K^  the; fAllaiis^or^hart^ing: steamers to  cbjpe7with the ruair expected;?" y::2'X::y  y';^Three thirigs\Tcbntribute tp the ejtr  psbtedSh-rge^y exhigrattOn ? ;movement^  Kir^ythe"? laa-g-^humber pf successful  _ett^ri|_rbm  Great yBritain  now   in  ^CanadalTprbves ? a ? lodestohe; the; valued  of- whiclvityis difficult to overestimate;'  vfThen- the* ar.rival of Arthur Hawkes  has igiven ayfiliip;;to, emigratibh work  and .?resulted,.Vih ?:iieiaewed?;;activities,  Eiastly?" there ifit; the concern Of parents  her^^hbyrealize that ?Great Britain  ito:??lbnger??;b.ffera? ioppbrtunitieBtt ;fpr  nrbsperous"^carcsers for their childreh;]  4-ndythat^settlemeiat in Canada invites  ls.^ce^;:S3ntellig4mcbiyj.n^  ;diRtateB3*^lfebinig^to    :>hd ? they  iy&!.ifeayiinj^^  'cre^ittgi'.iiiamhbi^.l;?:^* '_���������. '"'���������.  uaiieu Ti-niup io : ioiiow:r .tijmv'^^H^p^T^KfiT^  thiB;;''?Phiiip: ^'brbughty ^a.tJiaha^tirid;*p|^i  thiis?Twe. sbi3. iJcie.?fir^Bixi-diseipl^'i'ac^feS^:^  cording to? John % 29^1  ���������'toyhave .received?;sever  i:.vy;?hey^ee^fffi!    . ja'IrcallS'^-'eiore-<4^-4^^a  theyyief t? all ������������������'ib ?follbwyHlm:T;f ull^:{T'tie^i|i^  lessbh? today ; indicates .-'i ^Ijytb^v^d^ylJf^i  , tew 'and =:Petbrh.as;'theyy.were,-,castin.^?illi^lS%^g  ,��������� ��������� net into, they sea; ^andytoS Jamesy^dls^gf^^S  ^ John-Tasythey'vwerbahr,th,eyship?yw.ttft^^^  their father mftnrlirierIthptn nnfa: ^.Tli^'^i^^Sa  -..44444.4,.,     .  ..,        J4.4yT������444,,   C*C  -    .W^JA*   .0.0    :IU.TUUt.-:.,������4;ir,,.j>4^;jVKg  .son-.-yeTBei?..ffbm':?'M  bfy.;Luke7,:v^yWl,V.'.s.^ems-���������:!to;^  ���������?;'w,^o|;H?������i.^;y^  House  X Xidon^on, oissigiaiid^  tovthe^addresB iiif.;T.epl^;:;;^;4the.::-Sfeeec^  TJAi-:--������  "t^^r+i-I?1^^^^ -^^i������v^n!*^Al.fronf the Throne, move in:?^he?;Kou5e  Hereafter Those In Pratrlet ProvinceB  Must Stay on Reserves,  ' Medicine'Bat, Aita.���������All the Indians  jiTQuud  lu-flicins iia.t,  seme sevssxy  jn number, ai _ ordered ts go to -ns  . reserve this spring. .This order was  issued by the Government, and the  Inspector of Indian Agencies will be  sa the siiy in a fe-w days notifying the  Indians.'  The action Ib taken on account of  the fact that the country l& uow  _e-  ' coming thickly populated and it has  heen decided that the roving of the  Indians on the prairie ln future must  end.   \  It is considered that the change will  be greatly beneficial. The Indians  live practically from hand to mouth.  They deal in horses and-some_of them  work, but Oil tii_ "wiiOio ������_ ubS provs������  a poor means ot sustenance.  , They own no land and camp most  ot the time along the river, that is,  whenever they * are not roving , over  the prairie. When tho inspector notified the Indians; he told them they  ���������. had tho option of going to any of the  bbard wants," said;?Mr;; Chrystler,''and  I am confident that the.board will sustain ub in any? bbjbctibti8?we\make as  to? the relevanoy of;;;thbsie?y,reqije8tB to  the' inyesti^tIbn?';no^:;ih?"hand;"  : 5:Don*t oe ?tob?;i5ure^^^^  ���������Jndge-.:^M.a^e;:?:^T?'?T::;?T:i?;??y;.')?y?^y,y:W  The folibvwng is;the li_t?bf information desirediiby.':Mri -Whitlai ;bf :the:rail-  y/a.y complies::?y;?;;.??T?^yy?-T;?y^J:.y.^?:':y?;?? ;:'^  4, y. The: brigiiiai?;?cha?rterj;:;l^^'T??imehd-,  ments.:;&tatemeS.t:^bf??allyistpek. bonds  and debentures; iBBUed;1jflatb_Vam  rate of ;ihtereat,imbuntsj Realized from  | saleior diBi>cs5a.l;4a.nd ihy?!i.nsold atbek  hottdB??or,;dehehtures?i?:Thblel;.:y by ^the  ;;-ompanyv ^tlsty?bt??all-^P-Bpa;nie_ in  ?Which the iiilwa^yhpldsy stock or ? is  ;iatefeated in,; ^yi^-fd^bi'of? form  tion, etc.   Statement of gross annual  ���������hiST boat;-.and..?th^.hof?'?hiB/:.:-har;-ae^;|S.'f|  ;James.and JOhn.-with;fishesi.'We;;;:ii^U8,fe;^i4||^>^L___  ever distinguish' between;;-;?:^ristian^.j||:S^^^  and.disciples^; A OhriBtian^s.pnbS^byi^-i^  truly'??reeeives' Jesus:'.-.Chri._t:y^22Jais;:-MXvMm_  :Savibutv- and'' thus ''bbcbmes;iybhiidfbt?5wrl^^  .GOd/. ju-tified ���������fre8ly;?"by>-'His?^?^a^e,^i;^i  '(John 1 ��������� 12;-��������� Rom. .iii,' 24;;';vfeiy;.?Tlierb;jii|^  ire^iio.': degrees vih'-.?������alva^ibhiWtbi^::?alIS@|?>s^|  whb;' arc; \xl Christ ������re'.?;_quaHy.VT5^-i_y?Ms������SES3  by? His precious;;blbod. ���������;AHeSbbtiijtiidl^t^^  ^2Xn^yMl:;^if^M  eternalA redemption"���������:'fbt'--i^iy.-.������.uMjyMii-.:^<i^is^_  %.  .,44    .4  .4-4-4^.   -   4.     ..rty ..B.4.,4.4., ���������.--> . .   .-.--4-���������������������������r:--.. .,.!...,,,..^..,^...J. 4^  eternal life, have it'Awitftbut'-'Moneys^  >vfbrks"or;any,:kiBay.o^^^  'pipl.eshiiii':..lbIlby3;;?4Biittd';at|si^^  Statement ef More Cordial Relations  With Great Britain Deprecated  , Berlin, Germany.���������Hope-    for - the  SStHLbMslldSIlt' C?  TUCT*  S-flicahto  yftlft-  tions between Germany aufi Great Britain, bastd on the recent visit to wer-  lin of Viscount Haldane. the British  Secretary of War, have not been permitted to reach too great a,height.  The "Lokal Anzeiger" rteently- published a highly optimistic article concerning the new accord and, as the  "Lokaf Anzie^er" frequently is the  mouthpiece of the Government, it was  generally assumed' that the article *had  some authoritative origin.  The German Foreign Office, how,-  ever, issued a statement' that the article in question had no official. baBie  and added: "TheBe* assertions aro  based wholly on conjecture and are,  therefore, only calculated to avraksa  false hopes or false fears."  of 824 to '231?"X It was allbged! that the  goveriuhent - had hpt>fuigned.itslpledg^  es to recphBti^t.;th.eAHbusbAbf ;Si.prdi  TT;Alh?8umming.' tip^? for ythb A Government? -.and: ,there. are:v.in4anyA:degreesA?ih������;diB-?i^������yf5^^|  Pr.bmi'OTy-_LBf^ iCipleBhip andAmany;<^lito'obtiijiKth.e^^  was?;ho:truth?in 'thb?^sta^mei_-s??oiAthe. T;sevr.yA?Jsee Liiss'Txiy,"3Si'A27,T'SS'v:'^ati;:'r:C5^-'",;i'Vii%������  GjM^:sitSoi.--tfcat.B^^  eh; ttuat the; recbhstitutibii^io^thei TKub^e?  of liords shbuidrfirecedei Hom^i^ftuii&A  lliepro^et timSttbr tMt^hfe^aid?^8iSi|  hotAbefore; ^t^afte  bi '.'the? 'Jr;$Bl������^������#ttOT^  reforming the second chamber would  b'e?:?;i__.D-hit������i^:^.^^  the A: pregent ?vps^a������henipbut^^A;id^l.?  Byetemybt^2j^epi^  government A?wOuldyA;n^  bhfy thsAr^p^trubti^  'pf- Iiorda"''^t;Titty.aiteratioh:?y" Of yL tne'  His;;������wn^Bpec.utl>prb^  .J^%^^.lifetin'??u8iiiife^^^  nany to date    __,-^._.���������...   -.4 4-4.m 4 penseB4 *     >.  IMPROVt EXFEK..flfew :.--:- r������n|-*|.   statement of amount expended   on  construction. Statement of., amount  in equipment to date, ali bonds or debentures guaranteed by Dotoinion,  province or - municipality.-  Statement  UUll,     IStV. 40LCh.13JLU417.44A|<    4JJJ.     &.\ja&    C������UU144������U4V        ���������.  .. - , -4.  earnings from commencement of com- whole base of representation  in the  Annual operating ex-  C. C. James Discusses    Scheme",for  AspL������u5*urai Co-Vperatien ./  \ Otta^ai, Ont-���������G.'C. James, who has  been appointed hy ' the^ govearuuioui.  to work out a system of agricultural  co-operation between ttte provinces  and "the-. Dominion was .in Ottawa recently and had a conference with  Hun. Martla Burrill v/nen they map-,  ped out" the��������� work. 'Mr. "James"will  commence his duties'with the Dominion Government on Aprii i.  "Mr. Burrlll ib planning a~re-organiza-  tipn of. the experimental farms of the  Dominion "with a view to making them  more practical- and useful. At present many of the farms are not up to  a very high standard. It is tinder-  stood that in suuplemeigwy estimates  will be placed a considerable sum for  improvements to buildings on experimental farms. . ,.  House of Commons.  Many Manufacturers to Exhibit  Winnipeg, Man.���������The Winnipeg In;  dustrlal Bureau announces the open-   ..    - _     _ .ing of its new headquarters and geh-  Woatern ReaerveB that they   wished. erai offices,  including  the home re-  where a piece of land "������ouJd ss 5*-" iunion aud information bureau.      Es  BELGIUM  INVITES,LADIES  vlded for them to work, The majority  of them .chose the Battlotbrd and Pla-  pot reserve.  The order says that the Indians  shall go on the reserve as soon: aa  spring opens. This action on the part  ot the government is practically the  last in curtailing the wandering of  Indians over the Woatorn pralrleB,  which wandorlnga have proved , the  theme foi* many author's articles. The  Indiana of the Prairie ProvlncQB will  now be prootically oh tho same baolB  as tho Indiana of Ontario. They are  kept on their reserves and not allowed to ramble ovor tho country,  NEW ATLANTIC  MAIL  8ERVICE  tanslve exhibits of natural reaouroeB  and. manufactured products are hbw  being installed; and the free exposition recently announced will open it������  doors' to tho public on March 1. It is  stated that a\few well located booths  aro still open for rental to large manufacturers; but roaorvationa are* being  made rapidly,, and hooking will prob*  ably bp closed within the next fbw  days. Tho Bureau's new location is  at South Main and Water streeta.  Negotiation, by Whlclv Drltlah Mail  Will Beach Regim. In 9 Day*  London, (Kng.���������Much Battafaction Is  oxpreBBGd ovbr the report trpm Ottawa  that tho C.P.R., C.N.R., and possibly  othor .Canadian steamahlp oohipanloH  aro hoKOtlatlng with Brltlah Intog-ofitu  tor a four and a half dtiya tranBAt-  luiitlc'ntoamDhlp norvicf, d*MlvHi'ing lh������  mallB In Winnipeg in qlght days ; and  Itoglna In nine. '"  Tho' LuBltanla and Maurotanla will  bo of Incalculable help In solving tlio,  Canadian trouble. Lord Strathoono Is  * known to havo oxproBBod Btroug vIowb  In favor of tho Borvloo horo and In  Ottawa and alwo bolloved a projoci, of  , this'.character would make a Hpoclal  -pyvenl to Wlnnton Churohlll, First  Lord of tho Admiralty, wl h whom  Lord Strathconu haa \joou cotiatrrin.s  roo������������ntly,        . ;  Take Coal From Th.l������ Side  London, England.���������It Is announced  that the great coal atrlko involving  more than a million men.will almoBt  certainly begin on March 1. The minor* domand tho minimum wage ricale.  English mlno owners are yllMjrip to  concede thin, but thb Scotch 'and  Welsh owners refuse oven to consider  the Ttnatter. ' ��������� ��������� "!..; ,.������������������,  Tho' English prosa calls attention  to tho onormotiB cpal ronourcoo of tho  United States, and saya that though  the coal Ib $1.26 a ton in frplght.ratop,  largo' nmountH will ho lmpoited to  Groat Britain.  Bids for the Third International Con-  ^grecs of Farm Women  Lellibridge, A'Ua.���������The International Congress of Farm Women, which'  Will meet in'this clty.,70oi;ober ?1������25  next, has received an invitation; from  the national committee of Circles of  Farm Women of Belgium to hold its  third annual conventipn.in Ghent;? ;BeJ-.  gltim, in 1913. If the invitation Ib ac-  copted It is planned to noidtiiuouHter  International agrlcuitural exposition  during tjib CbngrOBfl." ;A_N^he* Interna*!  tlonal DwFarmlng Congroi.6 -ia inylb  ed to meet in 'tJudripest, Hurigdry, In  the *8amb year, 'an<dift tho. women's  movement' is affiliated with the latter  organization, there is ia possibility of  a contest betweei* the two European  cities for, the; big cbhibinod meeting.  COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE  REMARKABLE RESOLUTION  I  Michel MlhBri    Rropoted    Qtrlko  Sympithy With Brltlah Miners  Lethbrldge. AKn.���������At, tho oonvontnij  af mlnorB of <UHt.rJct-l.ft, now in bobhIoi  w Uvrtly Uibulini.ii.Hi ( Uili vhunj oa .i  roHolntlon read from tho Miuhul i-cal  iuvitiiiK thu couv-ittiou to aAiou i> a  gonoral strlko on April,] us u protetn.  ttj������aln������t th������ innnnnr In whlr.h Urlttsh  minora aro being treated nt proHont.  Ontario Farmers Going to Alberta  Calgary, Alta.���������RoproBontlng a ayn-  dloato oi m Ontario furuioru, who are  considering  Boiling out  In  the East'  and  moving o  Alherla,  where  thoy  propono to tako up a largo tract of  First | land between the them, oporatlng tho  uunio  ub  Boparatu  turnu.,  hut  jointly  buying tho nooorifiary t.hronhlhg out-  fitH, which thoy figure thoy will re-  qulro, John Robinson, of London, Ont.,  la In Calgary and  will visit several  farming district!, in both Bouthorn and  Northern  Alhorta   looking . for locations.  .In  f#.**#������nt oiii'nlnnn  Lord  Otrathcona's Gift to  Edmonton  Y-4 1 .,.,.. ..4 ,,,     ���������     ���������������!.. T   ^,...1       rtt ,..i\. .......  i^lulliUlitytit,       . ��������� , 4 .... ...4)4.4       4.4.4 ,4 1.1 Ui>,44.,  Canadian High CowmtBBlonor In Lo������i*  dtm, has adMaed the* sccrotniy or the  lOdmonUm South .Sldo Uourd ol" Tridw  that he will contribute $^rF,000 to a  building fund In eounuetlou with thu  ���������.,.������,l44r\   ni\A  Af\irtni.,i,..>*   r,C n  now  .f|tr.  R. C.  Hond������r%  Is  NeW    President  vyA'^.^'T^inqtilreylnto^o-o^Biratlph",' ;;.  Ifegina, Sd������k.���������-Following tho 4o������--  ventlpn pt the Saskatchewan Gnaln  GrbwoW/iAflBOclatlon, <tho Canadian  Gbuhollof Agriculture held Its annual  mooting when tho following officers  W-Vb elected} Proflld^nt, R, 0. Hond*  ert; first vlco-proBident, ,T. A. Mo-  Harg; aecond viue-prusidout. A, C.  Drury, of the Dom,ihtbn Grange; boo*  Setary, E. J. Frbam, Bocrotary United  'drmers of Alberto; ,Aoommlttob wau  appointed to look into the quoutlon of  co-operation, in tho v/cBt.  A strong resolution wub adopted on*  dorrlng the principle of gnvoirnmont,  owuerBhlp /and operation of terminal  elevators. '4  ....   ���������;        "\:y - 'i  Alberta  Grain  Not-to be Spoiled  Calgary, Alta.���������L. P. Strong, gonoral manager* of thn Alhorta Wlnvat.or  Company^ atatod that grain conditional  In Alberta v/ero not nompnrahlo'with  thooo Jn Snoliaiohowau. Thoro would  ho no grain horo spoiled, owing to  lack of transport.!,tion, h������ declared.  Tho car* 'might- not arrive afl rapidly  art could l)������s wlnhod, ho mild, but tho  cmtlro crop woutu no 1110vou -111.1.0011  timo. ������ ,  Showing list of-bonds guaranteed .by  Uimihion Givernm������suc to , 1 all ways.  Number of acres "-ot laud sold by fall-  way' company and amount realized  therefrom. Statements of amount  realized from land sales applied, upon  construction and equipment. Total  tr^ck mileage operated from date of  commencement. .Statement of present value of all property, all trackage,  passenger and freight equipment, etc.,  maps of lines in country.  Production of all lenses and agreements for running rights, etc, all annual returns made to the government  of Canada. Average tons of revenue,  on freight per loadedj car mile hauled  ltt ono division/ Average number of  loaded freight cars per train mile in  each diviBiua for each year. The rat������������  of empty and total, freight carB hauled  eAfth year in eacli division. Annual  freight'earnings of, railway company  for whole. and each, djvsion. Annual  passenger earnings of Mib company  on all lines, also on, each dlvsion. All  ptlier earnings of company' in Canada,  Total operating expenses . Including  freight and passpijger expenses,, Revenue for trianspbrtatlon mall. .Freight  gainings.perAmile in e$ch division per  annum.A   X"' '-'XXX'        ������������������"���������."��������� "'-aV.-AAa-; X..  - Revenue per tort; per^ tn.llft of fi-ftlght  in each division per annum. ;Tota!  net earnings in each division. .Total  operating revenue in'each division and  total earnlngB;niper train, mile, Alt? dividends ��������� declared by stockholdera, alupe  commencement; i -All amountB expended in irrigation, construction ot hotels  anij other undertakings. Cost of bp-  eratlng..-por. train mile In eaah division* SubBldioB received per mllq ,pf  line. All irovotiuo of company applied  tp'building and constrUctiou of new  lines-in Canada and betterment of ex-  IflltlhK'llnoB. All steamship bubHldleB  and to what extant these have contributed to freight earnings ln Canada.  ���������Proportion of revenue applied to establishment and; oquipmont 'of Btoam-  shlp and equipment of steamship lines..  What, purpoaos proceedn of nalo of  Btpckfl and bondo applied, Volume of  revenuo from freight traffic annually  to date. Number of rovenuo tons  hauled per mile per yoar. Average  number of rovonuo tonB per loaded  freight car por. annum. Commodities  which constitute freight traffic, All  upoclaland commodities tariffs of  company which die or have been In  Canada togothor with other materials,  Including original bool.q of account  and record of the company.  AVJATtQR TS.IES.TO CROSS LAKE  Earl Sandts Ma-;h3r.e Turns Turt"? and  He Walks to Shore  Erie,, lOnt.���������Earl  Sandt,  a    youiig!  (-TtHiwVif     U-9     "-S-isJ-it      _,s^_c-*-������������������������������������������     *-��������� _     the Gre.at Lakes from   -the.. United^];w^^t^^d?:TthS*klngdbm?plai  States to Canada^came^to^griitt jte������^j;.^  miles out on tneA iake, Nortuea������t.. t^vi?***"-*'**"*���������1���������^  while attempting a return fligt  AmaHMin   Shore.  - Whlii high in the air and twenty i ^ir?ijps^ei^yhW?;a^  miles east of hi������ courBe/-;the ������������������'englfl&l'Jiea^  -���������4        4-       t������������������ ���������, j   40U4t44.0-.,*K  he   glided   towards .the    ice-covered  "earth will sbbh be?fllied wlthAthi_Aislb_y?T;  Of thev Lord^-ClBav-^-kJiixmAl;A;17v;AAIijA^yAA .. .���������.-. ������_  Jer. ill; 17 {> Pa: lxxiI^ll).Aw.A!Truiy?it^id:AASpl  ���������wbipt_i;--''while?'tb'<tblWiwA^n^  through all trials to��������� "BiichA;-.^kingdotipi y2:y?m  and'ntb ���������wallf: worthy-/;of!.;;.itA;and'?AHini?;s^^pa  A(Matt.?T xviy"27; ? IyThesB^ili-W.^lyPet.? ;y^p|  . v:-10). -:������;; We'' may'��������������������������� bo ���������.. knbw..^Im;T>a^Vtb.-ATA;^fe|  be blind and deaf to all but KiB fa;coA ;yf^ii  ahu Hia voico, and thus: He .will make 'y&x*jm  un fiffhifW of ''men',;tb'cpmplet^.:?IIlsA'ei������;-?'Ai4A:,ia  ect church during this iagoot thb; po������t;������ :'r������j^l  ponemeht  of the  hingdbm;  becnuso     V^'-;  they  said, /'We hBkVe  no  king? but:   ^5.^  Caesar." "We will not -havey^iis pian A ��������� #f:i  lake, but, suddenly the machine turned turtle and he waB buried uncou?-.  scions in the wreckage.  How long he remained v in this condition Sandt does not know. When  he recovered he was literally saturated with blood from many cuts. Aided  by a, pocket compass Sandt walked  ten miles to tha American shore. Ho  was found staggering along the shore  by boys who4 were skating ar.d later  carried to a hotel and then a telephone  message was sent to this city. Sandt  is not seriously injured. . "     -  No Difference to OtUwu  Generous   Hebrevjn  Montreal.���������HobrowhT   of    iMonlrcal,  wlir. n woolr mm hoimn n cnintuilKii to  Ottawa,  Ont. Whatever tho    Judg-  rtiont of Mr. Justice Charbonnoau ln  tho Herbert caoo, or whonevoi' It la  dollvored, it In Htutod horo that It will  havo no effect upon tho reference of  tho   federal   government  to  the   Su- ,,  promo Court upon the ouhhUou of red* J tho  expedition.  atlvo authority of tho Dominion nnd  tho provinces reHpocung a marrlag.i  llnw  Tho cnan In point at Montreal iu a  iipociric one. The Judgment In it will  not determine tlie whole qiuutMou hi.  Ibhuo. nlthoiiKh In mnny ro������pectn it. in  of vital'connedl'.������i. with tt. emu.  quentlv tho govcrnmont'B roforenc^s  Past, Present and Future  Regina,  Sask.,���������Mr.  J.  Kelso,  who  has' been recently, delving into local  hlBtory back to the time when Reginai  was merely a . bblle,ction    of'   tents  awaiting the coming of the first railway, BtateB that In hlB Judgement this  'rflty Bhould undoubtedly pass the 200,*  000 mark in population   during   Uie  next ten years.      Regina*s    greatest  problem, that of water supply, now  appears to be on the-point of solution,  as engineers' repbrta, recently Buhmit-  ted, show, at least 13,000,000 gallons  of good spring water available1 dally,  the only condition being, an, adequate  system for bringing it into the city.  Mr. KelBo points out that Victoria iln  the early days faced this name problem, with reBults that are well known.  In all, Regina now controls seven public  utillllcn:    ;electrib    light, j wat..ir  works, sewage,' Btroot railway, dlBpo'B-  al NvorkB, street paving nnd gas plant,  tho'latter being the moat recent im-  dertukIug.;'A'.A,     '.?\ '.' ���������",;'' ?���������'������������������"���������"���������-  TO  SOUTH  PptE  BY  AlRQH'P  Vedrlneo, the Frenohrnan, Will , Aid  Explorer to  Ri������sch  Hl������  Gonl  Parla, France.--Juio8 AVertrlnoa, the  famoiiB aviator, Ib preparing, iii con-  Junction with Dr. Charcot, the cele*.  bratod French bxploror, ��������� an ' expedl-  t.loh to tho South Polo, the last 1.250  mlloB of which In to be covered by  aeroplane.  "It la compartlvoly oaay to got within 1,200 miles of the South Polo hy  boat.,*' nald Vodrlno. "From this  point wo will continue by aeroplane.  T.hu cold ltt no! expensive nt the mo������t  favorable period and by taking the direct, Eilv-lliH* wo ought to ho nhlo to  roach tho polo In a few days. We do  not oxpoct to Btnrt before two yearn.  Tt will tako that time to prepare for  A" ballot wbb finally I hospital  on  the   University  groundH. | colloct ?r>00,uuo for the erection or. ajwlll-bo huouiiiuhi auu .ui.u~m, .������������  ;rcat oxcitoment the JTho  lliKO   i:nnimi.ii>u)ui,r h  H<������i,  h������  id j uiiHM-oni<miH btumumu.. ���������������������, .">������. A^u-U*-, i^...,-. yt '** ������~y '" '.]*! . "'"'.' ,   ,1  to reign; over ub.  In the latter part of our lesson wa  find" Him in the Bynagogiie; iu .Capernaum  on  the   Sabbath   day   and   so-  teaching that all fw,erej astonished at  Ilia doctrine.1 for He taught with-auth- .  orlt.y,   The words were not ? His. but  HIb Father's, for He said only what A  the Father had iolu Kim to bay (John  xll, 40;  xlv, 10;  xvll, 8).    Power be-  longcth unto God, and where the word  of a king is; there is power':.Pa.'Aixii,   :  12; Eccl. viii���������4).   On the night of Hia  arr.eat HIb  two words ",I, am", aent  the Roman aoldlers to the ground, "foiK,  It. waa .the same voice which aald, "Lot  there be light" (Gen. i, 3).   A demon*  poaaeBBod man was in the Byuagogue,  itnd,tho,evil, spirit knewiHJiw and call*  bd Him" Jobub of Nazareth, the Holy  jOnvi of God (vorBe 24), tor the demoiiH  believe and tremble (.TaB. 11, 10).   It lfl ���������,.  not believing about Jcbus,Christ that \  Bavofl, else, all demons might' be aav- '  ed, but It Is BiibmiBBlort to Him as ���������  God and tho reception of Him afl tha ���������  Saviour  of  sinners.    See  how    tin*  demons confess what many intelligent !  rollgloiiB people today refijfle > to believe���������that Jobub la (3od.   They; alaor  bbllovo  in  a  place  of  torment  into  which Ho will cast thorn at the' appointed time (Matt. viH,: 'At).    Thta,  too, Ib ridiculed' by many, but aa truly  au  this  demon  obeyed tho ,volco  oi  Jobub and ohme out of tlie.ihan bo will  all people obey Him to whom He will  ������uy, "Depart from Me, yc curded, into  evbrlnBtlng1 tiro iirepared .for > tins, devil  and hia angola" (Matt. xxv���������,4l). ,',.,.  .   \���������j_��������� ..���������....,:.^���������H- ���������-.���������' ������������������Jy:  Strike Situation Menaces Britain'   ,  Londou, Eiia.-'���������TiM', uciUciu-i... of llus '  pHbIb ih tho Brltlnh coal trndo i������ ;������j.ri-  phaKUeti by  tho  prohibitive. rav.0 ol  24 1*2 per. cent, asked by Lloy������.'������ oil in-,  Huraiu:o ^gaiiiBt a national ptrikoji  Both sldea in the oontost nro xjiak-  Ing ovory preparation for war,     ���������  Thb''eolller ownerB aro liiHurinK., not  only tho colllorloH.'but their private  roHldenoekj.iui well, agalnnt. daniu^o.  The ���������'military authorltloB  aro   'alHo  "   * * "jl     t.Iv.'     r"'"! Ty,l*.(^,4,  LV'l  r.'i  i''-'.*  VM  ���������',..1 Tt  ���������'��������� -'.'?i  ���������r. />!  ? vj.i  Restricted Liquor tlmitu  Edmonton. Alta,���������The liquor Homme j  bUHlllOHII   DOtWOOIl   llli-M   |M������������v.������i������;������i      ������...<��������� , <,>u.������ in,,    ii.Mivi;_;  the BrltiHh Columbia boundary will for dlntrlcts aft to the facilities bf billet*  the future bo hubject to tho Inspection Ing poldlers 111 Ihe roHldeueeH.'��������� hm������  ot' Chief Liquor Lluuitat* lHBpootor I>"or-!iuul li*it������il���������, A'       %  Ht.->r and  ii.t. ftt!tff. I    on March  I, uiiIohu one aide ori tho,  Tho Dominion Government officially other unexpectedly ylelda, thu country I  .4444...   ;"....   -"������I;..:';....-.    n:-'.' r: 'V"     ,rN"    *"n'   *���������������������������'���������''"   <���������   vi.-.*! <���������,.������.!������"   ������rnnrini*n   Whtrh  l"t"^������"Vhst".������ii. V-strlfltoil   llmllMlwll! puralVKo ovory Industry, and sowl  InUu'n, and amid great    .^...  , -   .-4.   ,.  resolution was Uiiicu hy a vOlo of -_ | voturn for the .rjaailna of thv elty cf | On������������h#*^, nvmnnnci thut-thn amount has Isldoratlon.   They will no probably do-(along the G. T. P. llnu, of construction |up the coat ol  nc-i.<>mi.uunt..,ui  tuu to  to 20.  I Btrathcoiitt after him.  1 boon reached.  itormlned at this sining.  I nave Dotm louiovuu.  ii amino piiceu.  ������������������������������  M������..  /I  >.<  i-v-  ���������      .4,^4   ...       ,,.444  ���������������.!��������������� (.-.IT-4^4  ------'���������������������������'-' ;-'W^;!!?������^  tyzy  ������Bj  ���������.i.������f^,.:l.R4l.4i4.^J:...TSJ.v,.-..4f:T%....j.;.,-.,._.--'--T..-.T..:.-*-.i..TT:-,..4,.:T.-:.~. .   ;;T^, '.   ..,-..-   ..y.-.-T- ".---v..'    ...   -...y;. .-...--T-,'-.' T-T  ","���������::.-���������.���������   T ,'T':-.,S,-.T'..'....<,;-..-���������.������������������;..-���������., 4.--..-,54V4-.������i--4', ^.t^;^:.^-,V45v,^l;.:..4.������( ,wT>-T:4A^U������.m^.,,Ai-i'^..,.:u:K^.;S^,^.:.VE  l.*-^yj*-i-j::i>TW,.M������:tfV?-������-~^^ ���������:-.v:--..---.-;;^-:^:.-'���������",-'.'^r.-i"..-..4v--.���������;.������'.--.T-r-i-.-^-.-.-V-.v.-..';::-. ���������.;ri.-.;.-:,->..-.-.:.-.~;,v-..-.v-;.-: ..,r;.^T..--���������;,,.,.?*.,,.A:-,->,w4.i:.-������;..-^:i.-s.������j^;rci44ffL-������rav32wMi>^g  ������f  JLdOAL.NEWS .-  A. J. McKay, the oldest commercial  traveller West of Winnipeg waa in Oes-  con this week. Ho is carrying the Van  i Horn cigar line now,  d^-sr-^-������4S.R--s.-g:^.t������  ���������K4-__scKmj^cnssfflsas^  r-  it-.*  IS'.--  'is*-  Ford Mode! T Fore-Door Touring Car  (Fore-Doora are detachable)  5Fa������sBPnger - 4 {Jylinder - 20 H������>r-Jepo-ver  Oar, Priori 0(l0 includes extension top, an  tonuitio "brass windshield, speedometer,  two 6-inch gns lnnips, generator, three oil  lamps, horn nnd tools���������fo b. Crestoa. 3SV>  Ford pais told unequipped.  n4<sfc unnr ovfrn   hoa*,*. eVtn._������, nt* Qr.44n4. 9  4>.w.   j w.-.   ._...-   ..��������� ��������� .,.   ���������������������������������wm ������>.  ajjj'-vcc.  B'ore, ���������  AH   Cifs F tUv    Equipped,    None   Sold   Unequipped  w  .mmmmmiMivm^stfxiim^  ^Wfe%  SAMPLER 'HAVjEifa  m  Mr and Mr3. Oh���������* les X.n1?pft s-sf firmer-  d I'Alene Idaho nre stopping at the Creator:. Mr. Laline is talking of opening  p. resturant here.  tV-t  iWr  Ford Model 1* Con-mcrclaS Roadster  7 (Pussble Seat Is Retnoveable) r"  3-Passenger��������� 4-Oylinder ��������� 20 Horsepower Car Price $925 includea topj-auto-  matic brass w ndshield, speedometer*  I wo 6 inch rob lamps, generator, three  Oil lamps, horn and tools���������f.o.b. Ores-  ton. No Ford Cars sold unequipped.  ^5  @  tRs.  g The beauty   of purchasing  ��������� a Ford, aside from   the  high  -* st-tsdard    ot    excelleisc**  ������������������-*���������"  B that Vanadium  steel marvel  ���������See the shoes inorjr wiiujow.  Speers.  .AS Bmm.   *-*.*    I   Mt t~%  A ft *���������������������" ������**  V~t/ ������������: 4_-fl_^_fc-_T,_*.i' V # .AS,  A RE  ������L  ��������� 9i*  am   m\m  , ( _ _.   - -^r't'j.gjb  The.honesty bt the .S^ifow-1.  bell's Clothing'materials and;^*,  _.  -           .4.1.   ^,4   ,4 4-4 f.-Ui.^. O   |>������ ltl^t1<y������i       Wlllifn       VDfi  ^   J- " w  ��������� may be depended upon. ��������� ' '    W  __-.-  :.l.r    ,.. ,.i  ,. ��������� i������     ���������*,.������������������ ���������    ���������   _-L-    ���������..        '      *   ���������     "      ���������~'jaaag=?1    fiji  %.  W, H. Johnson of Crnnbrnok hn������. tali en np the management of the Burton  Hotel Ho arrived here Monday and  has been "getting arqnainted" all week.  ���������^poeinl prices men's   heavy  shoes.'  S. A. Speers.      ������jjg    ^!0 ^^^^-1  si&srvuat&z&smt  mtnn  idi iHrS-T  ��������� |g|J  suss yic^ii^ag   ay&ss s-s^a   ������^igo|B   >  >   *-]  Rev. Snrkifssian will preach Snndar  eveniner on the Btthjwtf. of * The Saorpd-  uess of Mnrrimnnv in Connection with  ThoNeTemei^ Decree."  '���������<m&-  is that it^^ comes'"fullyequi pped"���������the Car -without "Extras."      -  tr  For j Model T Torp_do Runabout  o   r������-.-. ;   44*- 46. 4f������C4i4X.Ug4t3|  " It" VJ *������4\44A4>*- ������������.. 44U44.4.  CarPrice $S25iucludes top.aiitomatio brass  wiudsliieldj speedometer, two 6-iach gas  laaiu?, geuertitor, three oil lamps, boru  and t ols���������f.o,"b. GresJon, No Ford Oars  told  ujeqnipped  Billiards and Pool  j������jci>/n   Room   ^s^6^  . 4 . i  cma  C-i������^rs and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  ������;  &  |  Razors  Ground and Set   |  S FOR SALE  Your choice ont of 83 head weighing  } to 170Q hnndred. v  Oanycn Cit7Lsmber Co., Ltd.  i    a.  n.  oAM HAI r"itLL.U, rrODJ  froui 1800 to 170Q hnndred  We are also agents for Olds-  mobile Cars 4 and 6 frylinder  $4,200 to $7200, Oakland Cars  $1750 to $3,000,    inlanders A>iotorcycles, $240 up>t Mclntyi e Trucks $2000 up.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  March 3rd (3cd Sunday in Lent )  ilatins, Litany, Serman. Ham  Ericlsson School' Honse. S p m  Sunday School. 3pm  Evensong, Sermon,     -s.. ��������� 7:30 p m  uxnu ������j. anjuiau,  (Vicar. 1  4*4. .a. .^<^. ^k. ><*4 a jm ^s. >gv jm. \  <s>>  y<gr -%r ->jr -gr ~pr -or -v, >v nj������ ,  4*    I?tf%l*i1#%^S^^*lftS,������l-l a^-3S  s^^s  iSii:      w  <s^   ������  a ������,  4*P"  BTTB UNh U  PROFESSIONALS  DEN tlSTRY  H. E, HALlTd, D*,S-  OQee   over Frank Parks J_fardware  (Ston_~-*fi_i-e-- Street,  rwAS  MnriRK  c.E.'  a C. Land SukvbyOr tusd Architect  Clft AN BROOK,  B������ C#  GUY   LOWE,NBBRG  Plans and SpeoiiioationB  : RESTON  -       -       - B.C.  ��������� KESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  b'tnifc Lands, Town Property and Iusur-  ance  CJRESTON       -       .       B.C.  OK-ELI/* YOUNG & oo,  Beai ESsaaU and Inef-miuoe.  T-t O  HOUS-Ui TO RENT  CRESTON     -  Before Cettittg  IU Contract.  X*.4_������,  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life Mod Accident XnBurauco  REAL E8TATE, Eto.  TRAIL  B.C*  For tho imildiiifr of your New  House, Store, Oillco, Workshop  or other building, write or call  on mo. Estimates givon on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A  8 PEC I ALT V  (^barges reaaonablo and oatlsfaction  guaranteed on AH Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH-  V/EST  MINiNG REGULATiONB  COALi���������Coal raining rights may be leaBOd  or twenty-one years, renewable at an anuual  rental of $1 an nam. Not,? morn than 2,660 acres can bo leased to one applka >t. Royalty,  live cents per ton, In unsurv������*yed terrltor j  the tract must be staked out by the applt  cunt in person, and personal .application tc  the Ap;ont or sub-A^ont of Dominion Lands  tor the district must In all cases be made and  tho rontai for IUo ilroi. yuar must bo paid t.-  the agent within thirty days after flllug  application  QUARTZ���������a person eighteen years of ate  and over, having made a discovery taiit-y lo-  i*������.t������aclnlm V.C00 f������������t, hy l.BOd. F������e, 8-5. A  least. 8100 must be expended on tho claim  i'ii..h your or paid to tho Mining Ueoorder.  When 5600,0 has been expended or paid and  other requirements compiled with, tho claim  may bo purehasod at $1 un acre.  PUAClfln MINING CLAIMS tw% 600 fe*>t  lonff and from 1.000 to 2,000 feet wide. Entry  fee 85. Not less than $100 must be expended  in devolopement work each year.  DUEI)6tIN(l.���������Two Icohob ol Ave miles eaol.-  ofa river may be luniied to ono applicant- foi  n term ol 'M years. Mental, giou mllo per on-  ..���������uiu. Itoyalty. 2>jJ porcont oner the output  x coeds 8X0,000.  W. W. COUY  DoiJUly Minister of tho Interior  ���������BIW ������M,  TA   Bf ST*Sm B --HI .������-___, H W m  ������  _ _.i������  _B.    R  tarn,   ca  1  i-^JW-l 1flBm__y ���������  iH������inai^s-  OOIW11B1&1  SATURDAY, MARCH 2.  Cbe sfamoiis ContSneutal  B t i e r t a I n e r s  '       .^fW'    '���������'   A mS* _f������  Admission 25 ������& 50 cts.  Children with Parents.....," Free  ��������� ,        ������������������.-������������������'' ���������.      .���������������'..  MT9t mm. mm. mm mm ' ���������B -m)?M mi ���������-   tlLMm*^   GftMmmmmmm  B**mMBll90*B &aa9*BtB~ UBB92 ������9Ht^f _Sf  ���������       ���������*���������'-��������� '���������' '���������"���������   '������������������'���������' ���������*'  MADAM LAVAL'S  2c!teR Root Compound Tablets  A. BMJAllt.15 KSX1PI.ATOR  Theso Fills nro compounded with.the ccatcat  ���������M8 from the, moat reliable remedies known to  dunce; such ns nro bolnfj used with much succcrm  iy the most eclobrated pnysicinna known.  . They are n npeclHc {or the dlptiesolne dlsordoa  ti which tho female constitution ia liable  ' AU our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  ^ to name. We carry all *he leading varieties most  ^ suited to tbis district. Our specialty is budded stock  ^   on tliree-vear-old whole roots-.  4*--  ^       For furiher particulars apply to our iocai __gent.  Price $S a box.     _ v  .ox.  Sold at nil difjy stproj,. oi oy ni.  Vto. tt (mi   1 stronnrcr\ #S a  drTw'Btoro"., 01 oyni.il from Tlio  A-riM VroK Co.* Ht. C������tli&rlnoa, Ont.  aa"Wf"������''.���������������.'j������i-  MMH  ORANBROOK  - B.C.  Z J. Biinco, Box 39, Creston, B.C.  ^  m  T?t<  JL   IS\m>      JL Xi. </%+! ������JH%*1m>... :*  frit  Cmtprlsi 17 120 Ac*2S  .���������/��������� -  GOVE. NNI ���������: JT EXPZR TS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  ;..^AT KOME; ;.:::::,:y-.;.;;":AA'-,������������������/��������������������������� ���������'���������:  The Riverside Nurseries are the nearest nursery company to Crestqn'-and  have naire trees planted in this district than any other company. Ihe  trees are started nailer the same condiiions that they will have to mature  in this Valley.- ihey can ho brought here from the nurseries at "*���������������������������  P.wks in three days'by freight, or one and ouo-hnlf cliiys ihy express. All II  trees guaranteed homegrown.  76,000Riverside trees are now growing.in tlio district.  3������t  For UutuloKUH uik( iJnuti .U������t, write to-^-  WALTER V. JACKSON  Agent. Creston, B. C.  2  ORGH ARD/STS'l  the Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd,  AU2ERGROVE,   B.O.  Hav������ Tiik Pinkut ,  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  i~,-...,,i.--,o- A1.t1.f-a   v>(*7$r<.   pliim.4, ChcrrlcA. etc.  The  Funeral Directoi  Prices on ClpVer TSinothy ars  Alfalfa all Government Tested  mwtiWMxvimmm  1  B  HOR FULL.   RART/OULARS  WltlTK- <>u MlClC  uumAiin MrtviMii. ian. comiton.  liuiiei-ul MaiiiiK*''. I<������u;al nKiJii,  * 4V (4444.44  -.j* 44   ������  4.   ,      4 4.4���������. 4  mm^^m ^ Km U   Smm. m"m  BT mm mm      jmmmmmhmW  of MSUSnory  Showing all  tlie Very Latest  KashloiiH    In     LiirlieM'    Hats,  Trhni.uln*.j, Flov/ci.;, l!UiV;uii.;.  We have uIho a large Htock of  OhlUlren's Wearing A|>|>'ii-������������l,  I'm- the Kail and Winter ntwuiona  Mammoth Red Clover, oMonarch No 1, 35c.  Atsike Clover, 35c per lb or 32c by the hundred.  White "Dutch D. 50c per pound. '  Timothy 20c per pound.  Alfalfa 35c a lb or $32 per hundred.  Lawn Grass 40c per lb.  WKKwrnt  [ fg. i^-w^L���������y ifi^iyfn^nfMj^imgriii .gftyavv-^ryixg^n  * ' 4  A carload of fencing to arrive iu Mavch.    Wc shall be in a position,on arrival    j  cf r.liis car to give you better prices than ever before.    We will meet any com-   ������  I  petUiou Ou ferici.iK.  \.  ���������  HfSffi  m^Mitm^+m������mmqml  m  II     mm  i������its,r__.  "l���������  I  IE,   * WUMKJ !  ���������l  1  _4**-*4  H/I  MM    .���������4        ^444       4^4       4.    ^      1  m-**mm *<m.   .-��������������� mum. ������r  V  Vjiwiuii   iviv^itwaiiinc v^uiiipw-ijiv������  JL-.LVI*  mom  r  I  1  id  '<4-*:V*. **L  ��������� ISkfc  7::-...:.���������  ^ :'*.W.  '*������'"i,. *'       '-    ���������������'-* "If    1-*  a^iBMMHlw___l__i_ill_____l___  Wiiiwiirriffliitii-Hiit  iti-Miiiiiriiiliii������M-li---i--^^  4 .,44-4-        ���������.    .���������, 4*.   4 ������n���������.4.   ��������� ,.,   ' .        M.V 444.44..^  mi nn iiniiiilllf.-|Hiiimi_iii  ^..'^2.  mmm  m  (")  ���������MM_-  ���������M

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