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"  '   - ���������'^^P^WmfBMlfliy^ *  Urire^ Citizens tc Protect  &iV"  With^ Otitis  ���������*    *-.  iaVs- havmkoll i&e^ fe^        -oertaininla  S   -I  ��������������� -*at������tob *.%*&<������*''ix,*Siirhk forth sorni  ���������    ii w.i���������' i-^-. r J^*-' ^   < J^*"    OSf  H������iid Of I^vvOl-gaiii^afC#ll  Will ;h������Ye:gm:ehh^*M&  >    ^w   ��������� (  Of All Business  j.-ii"*!'"'  i    ^  1    %  '^|f  I    J ,  f  &������I|  t^tH3r������*to������ J!������aif p^W^tS^ia,   /^\t|  Iiimite*thi8 sreek selected ^. ^. Tto^u^&2  ^aon# or salee mnBaigM^^,^oJmir^ _^ ^|^  aaafcon/ Several aocUcatiojaa h������a B������ea!      *Vs^  ti  ?*^:.  *^*-TJ. J?    *  placed  with   tho- thk^i^pis^mi^U^Jii  tho-aghrKs'^ISaaaoatf Jh^^t applfed T* <" ^  for tho pcsitlou  ho waS tsaanimc^sl?;,-^  f j w������������  Ir&)* I  <Sj$  ..li-i.  ^Rie  eelectiffin of^lle, *EinWbn& aa" ^  *  J;  j   *  SmSj?s,tern^>*rs,hswiea ta'Crtfi^n  >^������  i <���������  WH ' ^   t/'������|       v  j ������al������fe maneKer gives &e* TTttron a������������ jJ^^JJ-^^1  who is an expert'frJaM: grower -the foil.* T1-\^-'  ������Cthfe company with the "^ndUf* 'q^i  hbW#ek after a, rather ���������ecKtfhd^4*t?Pip  ^������^s^fesu^^^^^^ ....       Further reports tisat  omceens nar.    T^^^T^^^ *       *J&���������\tL&MaM^4***J^^  Krsa, PsSe-flES* ������!^arj3e^ wstii sum.  Sofib^onranizatiOBthat *������illha^eto.W'-v''''  v^iJ^iT^rfr*'-  '���������','.���������������-*h. ''^'AL������*^-:'^'1������T������������a^a W^'!'������^������i*l^-V'-'W^^ l^'.rt'������M W*WA^'in-;-'-~'^'-������4jrlV.u������lTrriia7 Ttrt*������irOi ^^.-V'iFo'.i^/  In; shown atthe polls. -From nw  /-vior^e' ':;aieado''asr, she;H'}ias /������������������ ri^y^r; J j^je^;jfe^^  '^i||i^B^{|^T^ll^ s-o-rt ol the  *'.-7'. Z ?iV-I-j'/'"r~-:'ir'"'*''.*,< '.-,-���������"'���������'--���������/-,' '������������������t. "'V' .V-'--- ,!i-   ^.- '-'i'' am     L,a J^T  kWltf  |t:^e:!le|t|^|oB^^ ConBt������hU>Gnnn nays that ia p "mu&������  |vf^toni^ht.;i"fWit^  |i;,;i ..;-;������������������ i. ;���������;.;;?���������'��������� ������������������,'���������,��������� ���������������������������������������������.-,��������� ���������.������������������������������������-7 ':;���������'���������:--��������� '.-������������������ ������������������ ��������� . ������������������-������������������ .;���������,.-..,.  '...���������'. ,'. ./.,���������.;',:. '.'��������� ���������'���������'���������." '���������. '���������.".���������.������������������'..'������������������.'..,', ':���������:���������/���������:; ::.-',r;i 'f ?/.���������'���������. ;';:���������'; ������������������:���������������*���������'.  ^;0^iii^isg::ihRi'a-.::'oo from  ^^!tt appoint^ 19 0reat  ^t*i������; p������|qr^a{;^lBy| might "inter  eat yont" reader^, will give a short oketch  p:.;-i6e^iwei^'ii^ Differani  i'ptaoea,'^^bhdohr' 't^MiMi^i,  Jafraiooinfte,  Saliahn^ !��������� and m^ have been.  ^fted'vit^.Vno!.;oi^ ha������ "buiai"  ���������';���������- ���������:**^.t������ ������������������"������ ''������������������" 'i. '-l-'v   ' ''" ".. * '"������������������^ -������������������'��������� '.^'���������������������������������. '���������      re ''ii:' ������������������������������������'���������".Ti.-:"--"-'"-'.?;"'i:.J.''-.".->v:"-w P������rsamplencoompanying this, an ex.  the HoBrwle governuierjt ftad a felling effect on the; vote and ^:: ��������� ,  ^       .     - ��������� ...   ,  f?j;y"i$aj^  P;',,'-'-1������������y������*������.'������������������'������i'Aii.K������Ao't-1*rt^    ja.'.ji^^ k  ^argf r lli^j^6tieS'^^ ������>������������������p-avohased ^pi M; W. ������������iil*f������oitth������I  ,.-'���������'.'. ���������  .-.. ''.r.; '���������  ��������� ���������������������������       ...      .,..'...'..,':'���������''   ."   ..";" '     ���������', '."'".���������",'��������� .: y :������������������"''- "y'-'i'-i ������������������:::::,������������������<. ���������  dot of" iBBtanooD' where ohiokenB have  been stolen the owner of the fowls kaew  *ho it was that visited hhv rooet but for  /  neighborly or other reaaoTiB -will aot  jroaeonte tho gmlty ones.   This he says  ijattdloaps him in hia work bat if he oin,  get snfflci^sfi information in any one  isseitwill go hard with tho chioken  * ������  <tealors. ^ ^  %' All winter the aews~w������������rs of ihe Jit*!e  mtftxa in British Colombia havo bo*n  Wetintf auaoe im the ohiokan thiavea ���������������������.  there hint OwHton was free from suoh  thefts until the paifc oonple weeks. How  Oohsfahle Qnnn advises the people to  porohaseorborrowagnnand go after  tlie.tihiovea.in the righ> manner.  > j  iG^dhigfort^imtjci. Gnlv a ihort      -���������- <;'-:  Efnttwffield is ?re-  spnr will be nefeded for; the warehonse "W1il  psaScijfcp xnakV hats *������nd bonnets forl&W&GpP'   "~^Z*i rl^*** ,     *��������� ^      -,v ���������������  women and ohHdren.   Altering and re-   - Tha^H^WPah^wMliPWbjpiW^, rent     ^^  ������-  *      ^< *��������� "  modelling *;��������� special'ty.    Three year a  oreviouft toper^noe in n large Xtoadon  (ftnglftiid) flr=L Charges moderate.  Apply onre of fcfra. Chan. Moore, Oreston  . S^m Tromhley hs������y������nt*a the St������klw  bonding and wiU install p&)l tablee and  6/ Innoh oounter in the heaic futnre,,On*  oorner of the -floor space is, devoted io  ,A6gaaVe3^kch..by;^:������,: Ofet!  t���������  *^-M.     (.lUitH,     ,  *wh������j    ���������������k������u.ja    1*-^.  '-   L (,  4~  ^r ftpU4 an offiee iq& temporary t������o in. ^ u  I'l*--^  v   "w ^-rf/  rhe neto l^efi^ ������h'e*6ontt������etii' -*hfch >? C^Ti  ^w^l bo naad������*-with the f/nitgrowersr for { ^"WT-jI  i^e ooniing eeitfon Sviii soon fce_ distri*      *������������������������* ���������"  ������    . ������-iV "  trlhiited optltho 'co^pajijrSa getting  down%V$wimm ������,W������sv >   ,j*  A   x  T-r���������  V   i"  ^lyiniiii,;.-.;^^  %i'l-ii,l������V i'    '"   r  1 fc  loL. jtvfil  1":'"'in;':;Herijie;':*i^itiK over; the^Sppi^i^t^'^avi^flow^by  ri.-if.'Sv:...  I  f: "'^t������'' <o''7^'j(!lstt;: to:!,Sl^  ^'cotff^  ,-:.."���������   :���������:������������������'���������������������������.���������) ^''^.^^lYn^V':;^^,'^''1 ''' *:���������.������������������ '.\.:."'l'.';,V-"-;i^--r*l::^''";^'.',' " .-.^'i/...'- .��������� - -v.- ���������--. ������������������������������������'���������..���������>;-������������������ -;/iv������',\ jf-S  :v;:.;'Htt^ry::.*|eo ^?%:''!?J|^;1 ^e' ,,?^??^<*: ^73r;;.:'!S;fei?  H.-; "vi:.;:i .iii<ii'::' <s������^iEs ,v o6*';,iwyfr-.:.#^^^ ���������.  ,-,/' -.,.,���������?,,, fU'.v. ,,;,,-, .���������'!-., ���������/.'-������������������.:. ���������;'..  V", '    ,,V ,���������"���������/    ''.������������������      '        .     !���������   ,'���������    ^     .H":...''.VI,' Vl..-I'"-V''-.''���������> ���������'.������������������  1 ., ,,,,','    '.,. .'.r ������������������������������������ ("'Vi ������������������  " ���������'��������� ��������� ������������������ ,   l;������, ,\ . ��������� .   ���������, a,"      ./    I.,:..,.������������������'- , .��������� ��������� ���������.        ���������',,���������.���������.���������, 1   '1 :"-.���������;'..'.. ������������������    '..-.��������� ���������     .  f >hi6' Solid���������* Five w������r<s elected, iu Vancouver;   .Liberal  i>" '���������" ;.''-''''.v."v;V'''--'ri   ���������;.'..'."..��������� L/..",':���������:.'.-. ,.. .',,.. ' '^;.v,- -'.';���������'->��������� ' ''���������';  " '. ' ,��������� :'; ���������",,.;.>; :r."V'J:-^-:[-v ^'-'V '  *J^rey^ter of: Vic^ria who v^������s one of _ two.b^j:^i,;y^^yJlto���������  ���������������aiW Wat* at the iaac eieetiuu wus uctti-c-u oui��������� mia y^r uy ������  ���������",*'������������������      ������������������'������������������ -.^^    '���������)��������� '    ���������   ��������� ������������������ ���������   ���������,-'',���������;,��������� '������������������/ ��������� -   ���������-���������<��������� '      ���������������������������������������������   .    ��������� ���������  ' ' ..... ',..,..   : ��������� ���������'   ..     .1,'.'������'. .v  good jnajprity., Hp lieadefi the liberal ticket tiut.cyuidiiot  .approach,' .li^.;;;-VJ)^s^ytttt:ye,,j opponents/.'..,. premier 'i.Xylc5ride  !!��������� ^"tObnUiimiitinPtL������a #)���������'������������������'������������������".  wars FAREwaL  eat renuitB munt ensue.  Tuesday FeK' 20th" an lllutitrtttod lee*  tnro was given ������t ���������Ti������bn^������ 'WJHuhu4.  and nil had proceeded splendidly ana  ������������������ ',������������������( ������������������,   ���������    ,\,> - .. - .. ''���������y'.'r-V'^.'v-' .:".  j2*Mti*jUt^t oylhfeed'by^' those In atten,  OadQO whou a most untortnnnlfe moi  dent inqoarred.   Bounett who had *1������-  ilyeif^^'j^-;^ OteortptWe  :iopfe;-4^;;tho'!,''^v^      offn-cd to  hortlonltarlsts and egrlanltorlB^ 1j������ tbe  Oirfl^/.^-^^:^^ .from  cbo platform apd. ���������trlkioir his haolc with'  MneU'torbe'a/io nr^  attontloa who hnaordorod hlw to reaiiviu  In bed \mtU tho luJurUs iaillqted have  ��������� .. ���������   "       ���������' ���������!     ������������������' , ������������������  V x,������- ,. .1 ' i    ��������� ��������� -  inlk of "Oaiiiuta" and there are govern,  hient tepreMntativos  bath Provlnolsl  *���������"������������������������   ������������������l* |������*m������WW|������p W|lu>(HH>fliy������������MVit5  ���������aporation for ft couple weeks.'   *. -  ^>������ler now. ^j^ftwV IBtlhkeon, B^o/  f TT-!j(,' r" j "**t���������p"     ~  bntlt by Frank ^okooiiiih^yihter wIU  He opened for bnslnesfabont A-prll 11$:  .... .JPWF  ^  Anatfter,Milestone.;      , v,j  tf Mra ^.sT^WtlUmSn' entertaiiiW vji^ $M  lopt Tneaday; ovenlns itt hpuor oJ the, ,tf%-J\l  bhlh,dwli ������f. her nan,, W-iBlnni; AttSli. /   -V,/' |  Pr������l������byteHati rilhl^ter To  ki ��������� ^  ';,   * Leave Monday  1 .*(  )     V  ;*  4.  ' Bet/, Q Sarklsslau, who- bos been t������a  psitor of the.looal p're sbyiorlan, ohnroh  "for tpto phal; fe-^ yoars, preaohes his  f.ireWefl sermon Sunday otenlng^  tte  j'i s f>   >^t. ���������>  lap|d{ netwigfuil land fdaehe^," half, ������on>  i������       ������      \  ifi.practioally r������.  -iVH.Iwat  ���������^  WilK iUe WiiK hi. family for M|MH^^ b^ ^hfte^������^!^  '.V-'-v'"^v^v^(F  ^'^.Vt,s;: ,       ,y(r  the Vniwfthd' ''hiil';''e������n^Retio������i'^V*  '���������' '. 'VVlv'-Kl't- '/���������"������������������.^.���������.v:.i.'.^,.*WM'^'-.f,''i "|i'"r  '������������������|K>J  auuopted his resignatlou w������th guiat r#^  (.- ������������������.,",  ":. ���������'���������vyt������'<",u,';bn'r>--i  ���������������������������������������������     \ ���������   *& '������������������ . ,,.������.,  i ',    ������������������- ',   ,;     ���������     ,'W .. , .-. ,i.>'  ������������������.���������������....ii������.   .IH.,   ������������������,,','   '������������������ , ���������'Iii ������fl :.*,.  i... /       ,.���������      ....   , ',;���������,. i *tjf\������, ���������/... v  --Xvrttost ������bsi)o^and,iii/lM^.J[l*n������  ������ .-.'.'^,.7- i  ocw^t.-'  >f;   t & 'hi,  ^H^^^^^^W^^; ' ' '-A<  AflTho CTtjri^s ^s ������i*nt Its awes' ������?nV' *'' *'-   :]  lb* major ^W olMt-W/ ^ r v    /  JJnnie An������wf^^Wlfls������' BfHh M *    '     "  roVsfclth oiuUUoii tiiiilr niolhar,, kept "N " ��������� V  '* ������oii going awif^������hAth������n������eMtfU.   *'  :*<':;-'i '���������'������������������  ''"'.f'il'. ,i������'i>  'j'.,-,!!'������������������''] ' ���������'.���������f'.''/''',���������"', ������������������'' '.'���������'. ,k'". ��������� l'"-'Z'*":',"'ti,f':A[:'  ,. .v:#Cien)������;^h'^ ���������W^n^';:.'l^^  reWr������d.   Miss H. M. French.      IS^V  j ������������������: ���������'%: '������������������ 'r '><��������� ������������������*i'^.'.'/-;.;l';:. ��������� .:��������� ; '.'v ''-.������������������'.���������.:'. '���������"���������.'/J''  '/v-Vr.vV ... ;)���������������������������' ���������     f^T*��������� ( , ���������������������������'��������� ,���������'������������������ ������������������ ':;.;-j^'  ij:  v7^;)ia|i������,0.^������.-l������.' tle.'insiiep^ii'ilif  ���������% tlh*������������f>w iHwIttfn*.  ������kr������MM 4rt   livttjxIMn ������������������ Wt^L.  "���������I,,1  taesday.  ���������UhI-"  /���������'. ,i'r ���������*)!.���������; v  ������'���������.'  .'.f.jt,.���������(���������A,.l,*������.������i* ^'.������W.-i,������i.i*il   I V*i  attdDptt^ulon-8������ioro'.c*pt|tteianffOtt-thoi^4nam^from'^^^,'81^.^,^,* ..'"'"^XottwoittttyonwieM.to'.^l.'i*������*t������J.���������&".:.W.'.OardaW 'of. Por'l Hill ..wsje^tt..;:^",-:!:'!  'o]M������eo\'1������lrl^ i)l������v'''���������'[ ^ '������  J*.^t^.'Mfi,-.Vo3r������j|rai^^t������^  _ L ,��������� ,7 ,,.     ^tttiil������l:������m  ���������tt>ailjMh^*t^io*,ttolmw,^  iittonl ioy'Awowsm^  .iii:'  ���������W������    '���������".*.>')���������'  ,> .-Ui.'.'.'",' .i,'iJ^������ii:!'fc  I   W..r^    ���������������������������-.'.'I ���������'.-  i'ih'< ....  !,!.;���������������������������', ,-:  r/'^vv*;*--*'.-  ������������������ ������������������ ��������� i ��������� ���������  (Oontlnrisd on P������������e tf>  "l"   \  l,rf*MWlWMW  ^y;rtp|i  ���������mmmmmmmimmmtitttmmmmmim  wvtmmu  m  ���������sliwili  petee.  \> .'i ' '-'i������'.'!'-  ��������� :;.^v.';'.- .  -;;,s(:^*.Y...,  IH#IWIi  j.i.i,,.i..;,,, ^t(jf ^*itjrtty��������� Wi^ Woes/ b. Jk,. tfoiaeim*'.  ���������f">;������-F������.������l<,l|  i ".'' '.'  '.i>>-: '  -.          :      /  '.'���������>, i  r'|������������;,i..y,.  ,.'->w������i'  I.  ?;,'  .,./,  !���������-, .  1 '  .���������J.,.* ..  'vjf'v'.;  ���������    ];   .-  ..1,. , ..  !���������  JjHVi  ��������� V.'X v ..... i  ������ --. *  .V,"������  ���������ha  Msasi ii.VJ.(fcfciJ'.Lr-fc*'.1l_u.i'.vi  '.'���������S&itii-tN^tZlliiiJCit,'*-  ys������"  ^'^1/v.::'^?ii^t^^^^F^^^^^^^  sasaiMKssi^  ScV^GcJitSt  ;48iil$^  ^pE-|rGilEST^|i:SEVIEW,'  fe        ������������������''������������������''iv". ���������-.''- ' ;I-^i-'S'yfV^?t/-''V >> ���������'' ;������������������'������������������'  ^.tv'^'-^-f*^^  :''.*;.<.:  :*���������''' -'B-S'5V&t??1'l  ���������.. ���������i,.!:''i.''JT..:'f'-ii'-...-.-'.-V'i  i'^S  Ssm-j'-#���������-"���������;>>' -.:'  ifi,:W-.;ir'-'- ���������  ���������g*gj'*.V!-'*".   V. '������������������ '."  iff"::  I|ife|-:';'  K?5fll':  ���������^~  m,  WHITE  ^���������^iL-i S-lSii-S.'    ������'������������������   '���������;, f>.������."������������������<'.-'  wa.KU, **������&������. & CO..) LilflilTED  ,SUR������  JII1M  j-.-,";   T^I^^O^TH^^i^-rAre yoii  ''���������'mis=.iag\6rie'.'"6f;^S^ApJB:JK^t'-'services ?���������'  A dip'ih the tab andSM^te^edVihstead-  of ������soap makes yon; fe,ei^s^. yon "bad  It is thoroughly .cljeOTlsihg^. removes*  the stain andJ'gritpe of ^hard ��������� work;v-  refreshes and invigorates as it cleans, '������������������  . and is sOothiri^^to^the^skin^-1 '"'.. '.V -'-;:.''; a'^  . Be "sure you-get'Si^l^thfe original ^  Antiseptic Cleanfcr������;*^iS:fJ^:':  >J ^Hz;.  ���������-. H-*  :-'l:,,������4--iSir'.V-:,-'i.,S   -���������"*-'���������"    "������������������������������������������������������^g^^^i^,  ��������� ���������-������������������(*.;���������,.���������  .....     -.. .   .     &'-.���������: ��������� ���������' ������������������������'���������' i������^i*- ^^i.'Jfc.'jSlVr'.V;'-'-.'*;.-,.  |e\ had hiettot. go b4ckt^ tlEeeBbetter  >������������.;  /torn iY..Mi-fti^  ftr thls|e1mf$ssloh.-> W&^m^.-  ������������������������������������& But^-ae^^d'Va^hlOpele^f'-bu^ii*'^!;  (simi^ei'den's^  my asi he strodey-alongside,.'i^^;''^ ,  , ._  iwardsvthe- etahd.;:;'rA1hl^bn^hqpje/was^ .'./������������������,-" V ;:r;':..^ '"j'"''.::^^?^'^''^^'''  ���������not dead, yet." :',���������,- ���������." ��������� - V;" ^-cw^gQ^^J'.: f IM nil | C^v'P^���������b^^r4:���������;^^',^^Mo  w-.::.:U;:'- '-;CHAP^Eft^IJTj^^  :"*;;���������,-.������������������.���������'.���������. :V .. An Evrening'^isit4;;B>^;;:'';,VA^;. ��������� -.';>"������������������ .'V:;-:���������r~-r-'- ^/i^hfe-Si-^t:-^;  ,^-Tor;once Sir Geol^^Sjj^date/did'   ���������      . ���������"'.*���������' 55 University^;iS^.,^Mc������ilt;r;eal  f'nsjt^seom^to: be-in ������������������the\.'ia1&6t^  j^Jeie: JTieidiaii; ���������> :He? was:-;^tania^Hi^4rik;  tther: lower sieps of the stand ^taikiti  r-  m:  ; .-    " (Continued.)  -.'^'������������������"^^'''.'l^^A^TER-Xyn;;': .-./��������� j, ; ;; ^ ;  ���������'���������'.   :   A Fair. Day's Sport,  <:  At' Mirst/ Park^ there ��������� was not very  'much' f6E'iFieldett:io do.    'The horses  he had brought with him were a mo-:  derate  lot and," in' the ' words' of  ihc  ���������r stud-groom; tliere was not a racer  amongst. them. With his ' intimate  knowledge of ..horse-flesh Fieldeh.iKon-  dered why. Copelj; had kept such\an  indifferent .stable and where he got  his auiuiiilsl" They, were even worse  than Uie ordinary run of equine rubbish usually foisted; ou the new mlili-  .bnaire whose ambition it is to figure  as, a; patron of the turf. Perhaps the  ���������whole thing was a blind. Perhaps  the stud at Seton:'Manor..-was merely  intended to cover Copely's rascality  in; another direction. At, any rate,  Fieldeu  watched   the  first  two  races  , with mingled.y-feelings', of-"contem'pt  and amusement. He had seen-his employer's horse figure in both in the  sorriest  fashion,    and    till   the  four  .-.. o'elock   race   was  free   to   do   as   he.  pleased.  ������.-'_.-��������� ���������'-������������������-^ "���������"/". ���������  ������. ��������� ..Jit. was p>rafl"e- to  may������ about the  paddock,   by   the   wcighmg-robm  and  <-u iuestaud. rubbing shoulders with'  a score of men whom he knew well.  The course was 'familiar to him. too.  ,\\->re the past two years but a,dream,  and ha'ft.he never left the scene of his  former, recreations?    But no one- t?e-  cognize"d him.    He strolled about listening to the roar: of the "betting-ring  and  the  cries  of  the    multitude,  or  , threaded his way in and out 'among  \.J the horses.    He eyen^spoke to one or  't. two    jockeys Whom    he    had    once  twenty-first birthday when 'youV'came  into your prbperty,'^.,.:'yl5u.v^yeTe^mereiy'  ia boy then and yoS.-'bfehav|e-.d;'Uke:pnev'-;  "Oh. I know,,I knc^vV^^ld^Slifc  ed.     "But  that's.i'jall--'���������'paat'.;-:and.';i-d'Oia'e''  with.    But dohr  I ahi  far more  hope that hothin  crease youranxie  I raeaD"  is May looked irresolutely'-at her .'com?;  jioanion. - . < /---.'- ,.,-. ��������� Y'J-'������  '��������� ���������'I; ought not, r.erhaps, to teir you,"  ��������� she said. "I ought not to tell any-  ibe-dy.    But. then," weli, you "are Harry'  w  m*.  fo'.;Major Cardeh with the air"o^'^be  .whne^'iiFC';con\ersing ^with an ji^W^ac-  iiuaintance. B.y<.>.Caro!eJi'a''aidet'w^s'-his  daughter. eager>and^ihterested, following all that; ^asv-^ng on around  jher Avith the zeStf ah%Spi3byinent, of  fa-^hild.'' /&^������'X:f������^&W-S.���������'.'��������� ' ''  I"- VOh, her/e. ybji :are;*'WSiK-G:e'orge said  :jfuss'ily>: i-'^t^w^:^*b^glhnij^v:tb^qhd  (what: had^ecbnle.^of^o-tiS-'^earde'n,'  .ililjls-. Is. 'my^\da^ght^^^l^aj^;'Car^  ���������i&'rid'''-I--wer9^at������iiBi^ us-  foyv.ota   fi;iehd}v{|������^S^id,; "charmed.  ��������� jAh, those", were pteaiantv days' when  '"'he ."hald-. youth   and   stren^UiJand   a  ahki'hg accoitn^ whichr^ appeared to  e inexhaustfijle;-, And now Kdeem  ���������niirseYlf fort* natOi  ie   T.--������^'  yjxii ,^t,^aj .^v-.  oft b^casfbhall|fi to ^t;'doAVii jto^tts^ib/  tF4elden.   arfd   I- have   known   you  all  |my   life.     If  you   didn't  care-for  ihe:  urban;^tafcecojnssel  Jcraite  as  mach  as  yott  do. -if  I  had   you;.*Pf-"in#-daygh^r^-My^&a|^^  jnot cared for yo;*.���������-but. there, we- need I -, -" -.'���������'".. ;-v; : '' v::.''-:"������������������;?-':-;'��������� '?-?y^ZH'fi  not<Kb ttfto that.   It is my father who j \  "Butx liiknoV,,her"^ a^eady|fe^lk|ftyi  has. worried me.    It 'is 'extraord.iviary j ������Tarei|$$L'.*^^^  nim.  ���������'���������'. Despite.the crowd and the.horses^  the ladies on the stand and. the aaesi-  bers in the " enclosure! however. It  was a-lonely business, and his face  lightened as he caught sight of May  Haredale seated, by herself 03 one  of the stands  ue wa������ always i.i������*vivjv  ;Why, a few months ago he wouldhave  lauehed at the idea of my marryihg  a pjan like Mr. Copely. Andv^iow.h^  is almost eager that I should do so.";  Pielden made no reply���������for/a;:'"'mo������,i  ment.    'A wave of iudigakt4on Cranio  his teeth and hit it fiercely. .-"A vesir  or two ago be would have smtjed^a't  the suggestion that Sir George would  ������*hcourage a match between' his  daughter and a man like Cbpelyv But  during the hard and bitter months of  his. wanderings he ,had learnt some'  amount of cynical wisdom. He was  o  longer  inclined,  as  hev had  been  Cerlng ^'severely,; wIth?it^euma^tisinS _  took GIN .PII^jS, aTid: - became <iuite  well.    Tworte^tbs/gtgo, lhad;Rhenm^  atic Pams-^th.^uralgiaivahd-; Diarrhoea; i 1* resbi ^d |to-^ih ������*iiiB la'sain  Cor one week' ������hd became :^itite;WqII.''  .; ';:-'"'SAM-t^M"-t)0/^iGfMOIlE.  Here is our straight guarantee, given with every box of GIN PILifcS^ We  know ;that; Gin P4ls wiliiipositively  cure Rlieufnatls'm, 'Sciatica and t.V.m-  hago���������ns well as.Paiiilii tlie Back,  'strained  -the  largest  wholesale drug hQitse in the ,  British ��������� Ktn^ire^to'''-.^pt*oiri-pily,:-'r������3t,ti'rn .  Vour  money  Bhouid^GinOPlUg fall  to ���������  give satisfaction.    SucVr" box, ������ for'  $:2.r.o.    Sample free if. you wiite Na- I   v,  flonal  Drug v* ��������� Chemical "^o.df-Can    ������.-!rrr-..---  a.ila. Limiied.--Dep't, N.U., Toronto.   00 I y,^;^  Irritated Bladder ���������ahjj weak, atra  Kidneys.    We  pledge1   ourselves-  pg^^'TFie^Standaivl -of Qaali^ S5n^>J850^  An;experience of:oycr sixty^ yearsirf.t^'ij&j'^di',^  _._ i*iMS;-in;;',.CaiVa.diiy;and'''our.''ilort  j, ,;llie :,."i3������st,Grb>v^8\0'?;::th^  t?M|fes%Wch;fe;w<-&  ' our capeful system 'of :'-.toatlln*v'a.U?''onrr.see  ��������� ;*SKQP.P|fi(0 :'B������.'':M*Ai.t;;������i*'-''^  ^.-'oiiijoyableiandprbfilaW  ���������ydays, and with perfect safety, thowgh far ifemoyeil*  ; Y"^^^^;':j^^"':'fr^rn the source'of supply, hive delivered at ^';-;r  X:t[^f%$^^ *-'  -,' ": ;"���������.:''���������"':., S':-9::-:  W-SV-"  IS. -tt,jj.';������asa������. ,..,,.. ........    ,,     .  .  p>v -.-'���������: ~ A!l yoii roquire to do l������ tr>������6nd us t\ post c.-xrd tmkiinr:for our-harijd*.  somaly Illustrated 112 pngo Cetnloouo of Ssoda, Plants.  ;Su|bsV.lni8l9ments,snd Poultry Supplies, which w.i will innii ft������������������i  itjfoJi������rgi.������uiidoi������ rccciptufiuimoBt.-nd u������yauroi'<icf. WWt* for It now to  J^n Av Bruce'���������':'& Go., Ltd.; lN^i!^������^^*#t  - - -   ������������������������������������ - -. ��������� .        ���������       :     ���������    "     T!,l? I loncer 8������������il.Hntitnof Cilnd*.  I  jr  Building .Ridden For 200 Years.  , Tho- reconstruction of Goodrick  iiousv. ..Vlaifleld;;has.��������� disclosed:4.he rc-  '" mains "of ii Sls;t���������������enth ���������Century timber  building,- which has! beer, hidden by  brickwork J tor    over  200  years'.    A  |1 liu-K^  nuniber  of  stlyerv and  copper  Every Eddy Match U a Sure. SafeWLiglit -."-^m.  Ill  known,  but none seemed; to identify j ^ th^ ol^ davs���������tb~take everv nuuT-ai  his face valuation. AhdA no doubt,  "ishen the test jcame... Sir Georg^^ was  like the rest- .ne would speak ibudly  .���������^iiOiigb   Oi  his  willlilgticSS [ to - give  Up  *"Kj^    t\}A     K*^i������o^������    -��������� ������k������ti4- -..HwA''?...     >������������.inr.'Kl^  _ ....            .-. ..          ^. ...^,   .;������������.     ^������**.**^..*-  any slur  lodgings rather ; thairt;^  Cast  UIjOjS. his; h������*wfc*������ri.  He made his way ea-.^��������� .������,-**���������-. I'^w^^itt^-^^x.������..*������, .  gerly  to  her  side,    sne/ turnea  smiled upon him.    There was a heal-  TTo*. avoc wpro  ������  ��������� ������.r:    .j,jl.j ^ri cut;  - lafjAi. m*AJ.i3,    auu   >j/*?i*    uuisx c    mao   a-   oua-  plclon. of -anxiety   about   her   which  Flelden had noticed more than oace  lately;  a /"Why are yon alone?" he asked;  'H>h, it., has only oeen; the last few  minutes,"  Slay;.' esplaihed.    "J5,re h-iVc  ������������������'���������������������������a colt running, in.vthis race, ani my  .father has gone to give instructions  -*c? h^*^ ^cc^e**/' S*0* the^a** ho-?? l^3^1-  your horses have cut up to-day. Ko.  I am hot particularly interested ie  this race, and I haven't so much :is  a pair of gloves on it."  ;; "Then what do you say to a stroll? ���������*  Fielden suggested. "It is cold and  we look like having another ��������� tall of  enow.   I couldn't see the three o'clock  t. a*v u. - i&awa .   uu.-xr*.^.,?  to:'write -tb\on������-a)io^er^i^  somehow or ahotber.:;\i?.e^f^exljilt|lai:''::' i  am b\\ the,Jhbre".jo���������^^^^|p?eahse  I never had'tlie art of JSaMffi^*^wjida  And now that l have me������.'xd^''^-\v;-6h>t'  lose sight of you any more|-^MaJor  Caril������>n, you really��������� ���������' mu's-t'^lieiiM.Alice  Com������ and stay at Haredal-S^Riirk"'  me.    i want you to egme dowr*,rlc.u!  if-,- -..,, ������������������ -; ; ..-.i.;. .. v7....;.*^:-n-B'.  (To be continued).   'J,; ������:;  ! As a safe-guard buy nothing; Ih the  baking powder line unless all the ih-'  gredients  are   printed   on   the...label:  Th&-'manufacturers��������� of ths.brands.' of  haViiig powder in -which large qnanH.-  ttes of alum are used, are atraldj to  print the ingredients oh the label as  no person wouM buy -it at any price:  Magic Baking    Powder    Is pure: and  quis of, Salisbury.  A Hint:���������Lady:.'.' I guess you're get-'  tin' a goo *. thing out o' tending the  rich Smith boy, "ain't y������, doctor?^���������  Doctor: Well; yes: I get a pretty  goqd fee. Why?���������fcsady: Well,T hope  yio4 won't forget that my Willie threw  WHEN.ypu strike an Eddy. Watch It always" lights easily  aiid   burns   smoothly, vylth a steady even .flame.  THESE perfect matches com������ from first class materials  and  mechanically   perfect  machlnes-r-under   the; supervision of. skilled workmen. ; ^   ; :'  EDDY'S '-'..Matches; are always full M.M. count~Tbi^��������� sale pfa  all  acod dealers everywhere. '."'���������;.;--->:;'"'::.y'j:.r'i^'  ���������SE  HULL, CANADA.    v Makers also of Wooden   i  :'c:yS:: ^Palls.'Tubs,''etc.:".|: ���������;;;:-'^-"'^'i<-"  quickly atopa con������h������. cures colds, heals  taa throat ������Qd ImiJEs      -      -    ���������  26 cents.  guaranteed not to contain alum.  The Henpecked , Husband:  ana ������ came to W W ^fg^P^ktoi ] V^^^.^:^7"  ils/my  forgot all about_the racecourse. He  heard nothing or;ihe=,*ho,atihg ^jrbwd.  The horses streaming; to the "post conveyed nothing to his eye.   -.;''������������������',;":  :   ,  "I want yoa to be. candid with nve,"  he said. "Is (Sir George putting pressure unon yon to marry that blackguard?"  There war something so vehement  in Pielden^ speech-that May looked  at him in ststQiiishmsnt.  "Surely you are going to������ far," she  said. "Mr. Copely is not a gentleman, of course "  "i tell you, he is a scoundrel;'' Piel-  den  interrupted     "Believe me.  May  . Henpecked    Husband";      "Do  know if I am ������rtina" -witii hetv���������''*������������������  race iu!   iue trnuw.  TU^Ul^^l���������    T   luDuiveij  1 uauii x.  the faintest notion what- had won till  I saw the numbers go up.' Let us  walk across the.course to the starting-point and-.back.^ We shall have  plenty of time." ^     '���������>  ?  v;  May consented.and soon they were  beyond the enclosure, .and passed the  white   posts  and ��������� rails "* towards   the  patch  of  gorse ���������across'.,'tlie"   Downs,  whore the Htarterwasj,-already-fidgeting about on his cob- ,'ASvay from the  noise and excitement of "the ring;:the.  Hush  faded  from  May's face and her  eyop seemed -inexpressibly sad. '*.-'���������  "What's the matter?"    Fieldeti ask-  ,(>Q anxiously.    "We all change as we  grow older.    I suppose l-am different  from what I used to.be.    But I.-dun.-  like   to   sec: you   so. >q\ilef.'ji.' ;lf la   so  foreign to your nature1,;Mayv '.There  van a Mine,when yon we're all laug'a-  Um- ni'id   min'shlno.    Oh,1 dear,  what a  fool   I  have  bet1!!,  to be  Biirc'   Ho*v  (lifTerent   things  miptht  have  been   it  I had only had a little common sense;"  You don't kriow how I blame myself."  "Were    you.   altogether to blame?"  May asked.    "I dou't" think so.    You  had   no  one   to  look  after  you, from  tho time you were at school till your  Won^ Fame on Its Merlts>~The unbounded popularity that Dr..Thomas'  Eclectric Oil enjoys is not attributable '.o 53}' elaborate advertisltig, for  it has not been so advertised,-but is  entirely due to the merits- Of, this Oil  as a medicine.    In eVer^cityj: town  nn^i   U~v~*1*~*- 5t~  fhi' annTiimf'ii-  is'aftr.sh:  after solciy ubc&uss of-its good.Qualities. .' ;';'"' r'V  Enough Per One > Meal  V Whenever I see a-^tooth-pick," said  I loses Ezekiel,' the Roman sculptor,  '���������I think of a dinner that was given  in Rome'In honor of two Turkish noblemen..        " : %���������      .;;;--.''"'.'.-���������  "I sat beside the younger of the noblemen. He glittered with gold embroidery and great diamonds; bat, nevertheless. I pitied him sincerely, for he  was strange to : our table manners,  and some of his errors were both ludicrous, and-/painful. ,    ���������  "Toward the dintJer.'s end a servant  extended to the" young man a plate of  .toothpicks.; He waved the plate away,  saying;'in- a low and bitter voice;  "-'No,'thank"'yqu, I have already eaten two Of; the iaccursed things, and I  want ho "more;' "-r-The World Today.  a 1  11  :'���������'#���������:'  ���������ir-":.-  til .Jk������  ]  -U;;!l! ._  Harri6ss1)ii  Keens your HarneiSs S0FIAS A GLOVE  JOUGaASA^IRE/B^  Sold by Dealers ^rywhero. :  Th^ 11^ P tR iXli 01 ^0^ Li mited  FREEl  ^FREE!  FREE!  Vou :iseli 30, Beautiful Bouveiilrs at 5c.  each: then send us $1.50 and we will send  eiitfit prepaid. Ojthsr srtfts for bdyis ahd������  Prtrls. We trust yoii. Write for Souvenirs.  CANADIAN NOVELTY SUPPLY hOUsa,  ,\:\ -���������-���������:.'.- London. Ont.  EMULSION  is the best and quickest  way to . .perfect health.  Wbmcn and girls who  suffer are simply weak  ���������-weak all over.  Opiates and alcoholic  mixtures are worse than  worthless, they aggravate the UoubU: and  lower the standard of  health.  Scott's Emulsion  1  strengthens the whole  body, invigorates and  builds up.  Ba ������������*��������� t������ ge* '���������aCOTTS--  it'������ IiImi Stmmd+td mad ������lw*y*  Um������ beet.  A.tx -DHtiomara  wmmmmmmmawaaaaM  am  W. N. U. No. Ml.  I would hot have spoken unless I had  been bound to. That man is not fit  ���������to go into any respectable house.     1  ������/���������������*������ r������n*"*.f   e*itr   rtr*/\v*a    flvn v������    +V������.f������i-    r������ *���������    w*.^,*-������*-��������� +  because the. s<?cfet 1s  not altogether  mine.    But this mach I.tell you.   Had  there heen. no   such  person  as  Raymond Copely I'shbuld be a rich man  at the present-moment.   I know that,  ,but  for  the  merest    accident    there  would be blood on'that'man's hands.  You must not marry him, May.    You  imuat" not,'glve     him     the     slightest  encouragement.-. When I think of yoji  ^associating with that rascal my blood  boils. \. And if the worst comes to the  worst,' I must" tell  Sir George what I  know myself.    It is with the greatest  reluctance I entered Copely's eniploy-  ���������inent;   Indeed. I only did so because  .there   are   certain   things   I   want  to  flan"'out, and this seemed to provide  a favourable opportunity.    Otherwise,  I would rather get my living by selling vace-cards and sleep under a fuze  ;bv������Bh,    Rut do you' mean to say your  ���������father'really insists on this?"  A.ruah. of (ears filled May's eyes.  '"That is what, it comes to." she re-  ���������lolhed.    "Tt 1b only the last two days������  that I have, noticed such an extraordinary  change  In ..my-father.    Harry.  do you thlriU it Is as b&d as he says  'It Is?   He tells nib', that-hiile'ss I" consent  to   marry   Mr.   Copely   we   slvill  bo ruined and "he turned* out of the  houBe without so 'much-as' a penny.  'It   seems  Incredible.' I   can't.  und*>"-  1 <������tand   n   mnn  with' an  atom   of  setf-  ���������rcBpect Av'ho would compel  a girl, to  j marry him against'her will.. And It  ,isn't an if I were rich, or Intellectual,  or beautiful."      '���������:' '   ..  *    Flelden  thought, ho    could    understand.   Indeed, any .man could under-  'stand that who looUedldown into the  pretty,    pleading,    anxious face I hat,  won turned towards FlelddV*.  "Therp Is no accounting fov people  Mice Copely." ho saldt "Ho'Ih the kind  .of mud who liu.s not au uLotn u������ coii-  slderatlon for anybody Uiit. hlniBolf  Ho has no henrl or conhci'enoo. nmd  tho more unatialnablo a thing, Is tho,.  moro he lon(4H fbr it'..,?,Ho canubt  have you. therefore", you are the one  thing In tho world that ho passionately dentree. And Clod help Iho'womnn.  ���������mwovor fascinating and beautiful,  who bccnum Copely's wife.*- It would'  ���������nrnn yenrn of brutnltty rind r.rf;lcct  and Relf-o.ontompt. You mmdn't do'  li, May. 1 underelnnd the duty yon  w������ to your father, but no man has  'i   rlRhl   to exact such a Baorllloo as  Ihnt.    Pon'l   you   think T  i*������������d  1 ������������������������  uec Sir Oijorgi* and ijlve him a lifni.  of tlio sort of man Copely Is?"  May shook her bond resolutely.  "I urn afraid Unit would do mom  harm '.bun good," she snld. "1 >���������"!<������������������  Ilfjht my ho*������l������-������ ftlmim. Hnrry, n\\t\ if  you Intoffered my Jathor--nilghr, re-  JiiM'Hl yon nol to come Io Ilnreilule  rnjk any more, He hm, ali'*uly hlul-  *id to mo that, If yon nail, not come  hoinw u|talli.  I  n'miuld liuvt;  lnm(������   will-j  '���������ii* /..,0'irh f������ h^rom'������ Mr.J Hnvmnnrt  jLJ������ I Copejy, and If 1 were forbidden, to.ueo,  Iymi I Hon 1 hiuiw , vvum > hihmuu tin.  There Is nobody eluo I could confide  In. But 1 will let you know bow  thlncB s;o on.    Now don't  yon  think  Only Guide Postal    :  r A well known Fourth avenue banker was sitting in a downtown restaurant eating mush and milk.  "What's    the    matter?" inquired, a  friend. _  :..  "Got dyspepsia." ^  '.-"���������'-' '-;������������������ '���������''>'  . "Don't  'ou enjoy your meals?"  ,   "Enjoy my meals?" snorted the indignant  dyspeptic.    "My    meals ,are  merely guide posts to fake medicine  before  or  after."���������Pittsburgh'1 Post.  Oranges were purchased' last year  by the United Kingdom to the value  of $11,600,000, and lemons-s to the  value of $2,320,000.  , Play 2,600 Years Old.  ; Appropriately enough, following  the return of the King and Queen,  there was an Indian performance at;  the Royal Court "Theatre recently. On'  that occasion there was presented the  famous mystery play of India, "Buddha, the Light of Asia; His Life and  Great Denunciation.' It was a perfect Indian representation, for there  was nearly a score of Indians in the  cast. Thin famous play is 2,(500 years  old. "        '  The iviorse Code For Aeroplanes.  ��������� Ah idea which is4 being worked out  at the present tinie is the adoption of  the Morso Code 'for thes use of airmen. It consists In smudges of lampblack ejected by compressed air from  a funnel-shaped tube attached to the  forward edge of the upper plane of a  bl-plahe." The apparatus is under the  control of the airmen,; who, having  familiarized himself vwith the Morse  Code, indicates dashes with a long  puff of smoke and dots with a shorter  ejectment. Lieuteha"ht Roy C. Kirk-  land is responsible for the idea, and  the ��������� preliminary experiments have  proved immensely successful,- the sig-~  nals being easily read off by obs'erv  ers on terra .firma.  DrClarkS  W0^^i  \mmsR  BE SAID���������"F'w.iaf MB realize how snach salt  we eat.    The fact that we put salt oh all.  m*jats and vegetables���������in. bread, cake and  pastry���������soups and sauces���������butter and cheese .  ��������� shows- the   importance  of   using, an  absolutely pure, salt.'' \ - '  SHE SAID���������"Well, we are using ���������:-WINDSOR,  SAI,T and no one could make .me believe  :  there was any better salt in the whole world  than my bid standby 52  TR������At KBDNEY TR0UP5E  .If your kidneys are not ngnt. your wao������o  ody   suffers.   TJcclect that   condition ana  1 yourBufferinisa will.he.increased tenfold. The  I  M0$O1$  Sbest time to treat 'kidney trouble'jaiAJtbe m  beirinninK.   Take DR.   CLABK'S   SWEET |  B NITRE PILLS at   once, when   you  have =  lame'  backr^   headaches,   spots   before ' the  eyes, pains in the joints, etc.  Most people know the value of sweet  nitre in its .action on the kidneys.- Five  other proved' specinus are used in _p*v.  CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS., They  cleanse, tone and stimulate impaired kidneys.  Put you right and keep you right. Sold  everywhere, at fifty cents a box or' mailed  direct by '."���������'���������''   ���������      46  THE MART5W, BOLE & WYMNE CO.  Winnipeg, Canada. /  The transition frbm winter's cold  ���������to summer's heat frequently puis a  strain upon tho system that produces  internal complications, always painful and often serious. A common  form of disorder ia dyspntory. to  which many are prone in the spring  fahd summer. Tho very best medicine to use In subduing this painful  ailment is Dr. J. D. Kellogg'a Dyson-  tory Cordial. It is a standard remedy,  sold Qverywhere. < ������������������;',.".'",''':  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  CURE CONSTIPATION  : No ailment causes more suffering  to little oneB than does constipation.  Hardly a little one escapes this trouble���������many of them suffer from it continually. The surest cure and safest  remedy one that is absolutely guaranteed to he free froni harmful drugs  ���������is Baby's Own Tablets. Thoy novor  fall���������they have cured thousands of  cases. Concerning .them Mrs. Lev.  Blanchet, St. Racine, Que,, writes: "1  have uBed Baby's Own Tablets for  constipation and vomiting and have  found them an excellent remedy, and  I have recommended thorn to several  of my nolgl'.boro." Tho Tablets nro  sold by medicine dealers or by mall  at 25 cents a box from Tho Dr. Wll-'  Hams' Medlclno Co., Brockvllle. Ont.  I  1  The New and the Old.  1 Governor Foss of Massachusetts  tollh of a well known divine who was  visiting a stato prison, when ho camo  across a prlsonor whoso foaturcA woro  familiar to him. "What brought you  lun'u, my poor follow.?" ho uaked.  / 4^'You married mo to a woman a little while ago. sir," tho prlsonor ro-  pllod with a sigh.  "Ah, I abe," said tho parson; "and  she won domineering and oxtrava-  gaiit,'and flho drove you to donporato  courses ���������eh?" ,  '   '���������No." ������a|d tho prlsonor, "my old wo-  mah'1'turnod up."  Lady���������Couldn't yon possibly havo  saved your friend who was captured  by thb cannibals?'  Airican Traveller���������Unfortunately  not. When I, arrived ho was already  scratched off tlno menu.  tt\x mlllons pounds have boon spent  by' tho Govornmsnt of New Zouland  dnrlnir the lant twenty years In buy-  Ins baf1r "������������ 1,400,000 ������<>i*#>h of iund  which wore formerly sold at from live  sbUHngH'to'two pounds per acre.  Price's are Still Soaring.  The Department of. Labour's-whole,  salo prices record up to Mlate shows  a still higher level for February than  for January, notwithstanding that tho  latter -month Avas reported ob having  poon tho hlghoBt prices bIiico 1882-4  hnd possibly since 18711. Tho Index  number rose during February from  1:11.4 to I'M.3, those being porcontaRos  of the average lfivol of prlcos during  tho hist, decade of tho last century.  Tho upward movement waB largely  tho result of advances in grains, anU  inals and moats, dairy products and  ipotatooH. Rotull - prices wuro ulso  ������pward(/ OBpeclally In the food pro*  ducts dorlvod from tho lines above  iv.ontlonod.  Dickens Day.  From a Michigan paper: ''The day  was devoted to the study of Dickens,  Mrs*. Ballard reading the story of 'The  Clansman." ..by, Dickens'.; which was  much enjoyed."  .  in a moving picture theatre en-  trance-Vv "Big Shakespeare feature.  First reel���������The-early life of 'David  Copperfleld.'" Second reel'��������� 'Little  Rm'ly' and 'David Copperfleld.' Third  reel-r���������The love of 'David Copperlleld.'  Enough said,"���������Boston Transcript.  FITS  Bend for Strco B00U givlns  lull particulars of TRENCH'*  REMEDY, the World -famous  Cure tor Epilepsy and ��������� Flta.  Simple home, treatment.  /"tH'il*%'r"f'\ a6 years' success.  I i I hi L 11 Testimonials *��������� from all  %J II |l-i_ Ll parts of the . world.    Over  W   ���������    ���������  M. m~   \   o0o    Jn     one    year  TRENCH'S     "REMEDiES,     t-i MITEL.-  107     St.     Jamu' . Chambers;   , Toronta.  Telephoning  From England to Swltz*  , ^ erlanoi  The completion of anew submarine-  cable between    England:, and France  haB  resulted- in '���������' the   sue'eessful* telephonic- transmiBslon of mesBageB he-  tween Groat .Britain anil ^Switzerland..  Satisfactory      commercial    conversations aro now carried    on    between  England and Geneva,  via/ P'arls and.  Lyons, and with Basel, via Paris and  Bolfort.  "Does your fiancee know your age,.  Lotta?" ���������..������������������������������������."���������'���������'���������������������������  "Woll���������partly������'  Cotton can only bo grown in tropl-  ital or semi-tropical countries; but  wool Ib mainly a product of temper-1  ato rogloiiB.  -      '     '    ~ ��������� !    -V;-.���������*..: .'.-  Tho Union of South  Africa has a.  total  area of  470,000    square miles,,  wlih a population approaching (1,000,-  000.  ���������\  ITCllCU  ulil������|td  111V VKIMIUIIIU u  amount   to   jn.ooo.oco.ooo 0f  wbleh   12^(10.000,000  ituHsla.  In  *upiiiu  ),()(>()   '"  InvoHtnrl   In  That was kind ot clever of Johnnie���������In . turning tho tables' on tho  toacho-f���������as told In tho Dollnoator:���������  "What dirty hands you have,, John-  nlol" said his teacher. "Wliat would  you say If I camo to school that,  way?" "1 wouldn't say nothln'," replied Johnnie,   "I'd bo too pollto.".  In Chapoll, Enaox, which lias a population of under 400 Inhabltantn,  thoro aro olKiitoon old age pensioners,  whose flomblned years total 1,417.  mim  Foy���������Oh.   how  1  wish   I   had  j!*- >n������n ebnrm.  Mis* King���������What charm has the?  Nuptial love makoth .mankind,  friendly." love perfecteth It, but wanton  love comip.toth and embaseth It.  ^ .. ,���������_.-  It's pretty hard to keep an overripe promlBO.  Where New Stars Come From.  An astronomer tolls u������ how how  Blurs como about. Suns fall towards  each othor and get up speed for hundreds of years. ft������d thon thore la a  nasty Jar, Heat is gonoratod by tho  collision, and a now star Is born.  ProfcsHof-Blekerton bolleves that the  appoarancb of Nova Persol. which is  10,000 tlmoa, as1 brilliant, as tho sun,  la t-> ho oxplainod in this way.  Some relaxation'ia neoossary to people ot overy dopree; the head that  thinks, and the hand.that labors, must  have some littlo time to roornlt their  powers.. "W    ���������  flj���������J.   "'-. ��������� - ' ''.'"-'���������'--". '���������^..���������..^..J���������'.^���������^^"l.J'SS^:  NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS SYOIViACH.  The celebrated Dr. Abernethy ot London was (irmly of the opinion that dlsori  dart of the ���������tonwoh were the iftoit prollflo ���������ouroo ot hum������n ailments in tfenflrai.   A  reoent medio������l writer iifii ���������" every feeling, emotion and ���������JTeotion r������porU at tho  Ktoumcli (throutb Ibo oyntciu oi uet v������x>> ������ad the uloiuuch h i������..wOt������d liccordlnfily.  It la the vital oen������;er of the body   *   * . *   * " ."���������   He contlmien, ������ ao we may he.;  ���������aid to live (though) the .torn���������oh."    He -foes on to show that the ftomaoh ia^  the vital center of the body.   For weak ���������tomaohi and the ooniequent indijefttionl  or dyapepsia, and the mulutude of various dlteatea which reault therefrom, no<  Medicine o������n be better ���������uited as a ouratlve atferit than (  2>r. Pierce'* Golden Mmdlomi XHmeovmry*-  H Sefsral months airo I suffered f rota a severe pain right*  tiodftr tbe broiUit-boiMV' wrltea Mnfl. G. M.. MURUicw, Ofl  Corona, Callft "Had suffered from It, off and on, for sov-t  ������r*l y#iam. I alto suffered from newt-burn, did not know!  what was the matter with me, juried severu .nuHiiuiuws;  ,. Nlpoty-blno miles is the total length,  of" tho Sn'o������ Cauairaml tho width Is"  lust over 121ft,   ,  I  *  I"  tlitUU     ������   v,J kJ.������l.      i.,.������J v../  .,..~������t(\n+ nnnrnnn vrt\rf'  out of the 1,023,000,000 Inhabitant! 1  ot the  world  J,������UiMHMi,uuu  i.^.u..  ..^ ]v Tb* ������*������rlloHt jinown marriage json-  TnKli''b tongue! '"  rt���������-'��������� -* '     - *" *"'**  . tract It* Greek dates from 313 B.C,  but th������fdld me no good.    Finally, J was told it "wot* my  liver.   I did not dare to esit M It rajido me worse,   VvJ,*n: .  ever I awallowed anything It teemod that I woald faint���������It  iiuri,*w.   I *������v������ VCT7 th'.r. zr*. v*-> '���������������"������ not eating.  W������ur.  told to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dlftcovery.   1 took!  five HottlM of IMnd could feel mftelf.getting better from)  Wgl^&~im}iakMttitAta&91r-4" \&X*  UrNb'UUWKL      J UpUJU f>Mt> I* *������*������*���������'������>   MIW4UUW  ^������*i.t  win ���������W' i  1������WIMJ"������JMC!e11WP^"^ ���������<*An������ f������������t    T<vd������* I am atmnv and well and can do a Ngl  "tt V/rt -ttttttlfTZainy F     d������y's"work with ease. Can eat everything and have put ri^  '���������nf��������� #lvTT tleah wonderfalljr.   I will say to all ������offer*ra write tw Dr-  I  1  Siaa. Uvamau,  Piaroe.   Ha ha* my undying graUtuda.'  n'linir     1 ^^^MutM^tmmmmimttmmM  i,iiiMiaaa������iaMia������aiaa������tiMIH -^J(^^fi^f^^^p^yff������f-^r\  " I,-  v\  _  .mMMzss^sssB  ifj^'^^������^/jct^%#^������i['li'f|jj^  !������t*  **fi  /<  BABY'S SKIN  "Is the most  delicate    fabric in the  world.    T2ou may cause it permanent  harm by using poisonous mineral oinfr  ments for tho little rashes and eruptions tha*  every baby    saffers from  occasionally.   Don't take any chances.  Use Zam-Buk, the baby's best balm.  Zam-Buk is made from fine herbal  -extract-3, and is free from any aarm-  "ful poisonoun coloring matter. Like  "the' grasses and the flowers, nature  ,nas colored it-green. It is natures  own healer I  Most ointments and salves have, as  their foundation, various ammai oils  and fats. Zam-Buk does not contain  sins atom of animal substance, most  ointments and aalvea are too coarse  4o be absorbed by the tender delicate  ������fein of A baby, ,and remain on the  skin aa irritating mass. Juet put a  little Zam-Buk on baby's skin, ana see  "how soon it is absorbed, auOv������tas conclusively that the pores of the bkIh  Are greedy for it.  Use nothing but Zam-Buk for baby'B  *'������da troubles and wash with Zam-  Buk Soap.  -cuts, burns, scalds, eczema, piles, ulcers, etc.    All  druggists and stores  sell at SOe.  bos, or post freo from j  Bam-SuR Co., Toronto, for price   Re- ��������� v.-.:: **.==-. a  fuse harmful aub&titutea    and imlta?  tions-  Kino George at Home.  Whfeii Kin*3, Gecr^s entered Ha pr -  ���������"a+e room on his return from bis In  dian visit ho found a mass of correspondence arranged for his examination that made him smile.   "Enough  work here for a month, I suppose," he  remarked to  Lord  Stamfcrdham*    *t  was plain that he was only too anxious To get to work.   Kis u.alek, alsrt  manner, of moving about,    glancing  with  pleasure at various  objects in  his apartments, . pausing every now  and then to make Borne brief reference to matters that immediately interested  him,  was  gratifying to  behold, since  it indicated better than  anything else  could have..done  the  downright joy that be felt at heing  back ia his London "home." while it  equally     conclusively    demonstrated  that his health has *cot bees impaireS  by the fatigues oTthe iast f^w months  When Colds  tnduatriai Aeelde'nts.  According to' the*record of industrial accidents fcfept fcy the Depjavtmenl  of Labour, 61* persons were killed and  178 injured-during February, 1912.  This record compares very favourably  with that of January, when 86 workmen were killed and 214 injured.  Compared wit'- February, iSAl, the record* is still more favourable, as 93  were killed and 197* injured in that  luoutii. The worst , disaster cf  past month'was the premature explosion of1 dynamite - on construction  work near Fort Frances, Ont., en the  line of the Canadian Northern Railway, by which 13 construction hands  Injured. , > '  Two-year-old Harry had never seen  a live lamb, his only knowledge of  that animal being derived from a toy  one on wheels. While visiting grandpa on the farm he was taken to the  sheer- pen to see the lambs. After  looking at tnsm for a few minutes, he  looked up at grandpa with a puzzled  expression, and asked. '"Where's the  wheels?"  \J1\  ������ vvi  vkii  c sure  mw -.������ ihimi/   v������  System !s Running Low.  The Tefl-Tals Thumb.  The thumb confesses the man; no  ���������man is clever enough to deceive U.  It has been divided into three parts,  tvpifvine the three dualities that master the-world���������will, logic, and love.  ^The first, or nail phalange, bUPutob  ���������will; the second logic, the third,  which is the boundary of tho Mount  *of Venus, love.  Whan the thumb 1b unequally, developed and the'first phalange is extremely long, I* is neither love nor  logic that governs the individual, but  *nerely sheer will. If the middle phal-  ^n������a -jja much longer than the first,  reason ~ predominates; yet the man  may not have 'the power to will him-  aelt to do that which his reason dictates.  When the third phalange is long and  the, thumb Is short, man is revealed  -as the Blave of the senses, guvded  -neither by will nor reason.  Tf th������ thumb is sunnle-iolnted, the \  Fortify* Yourself  Against  Pneumonia  And Cnneumotion by Uatng.  DR. CHASE'S  Mrovr FAnn  A -**���������**-������.   V  They Soothe Excited Nerves.���������Nervous affections are usually' attributable to defective digestion, as the  stomach dominates the" nerve centres.  A course of Parmelee'B Vegetable  Pills will still all disturbances of  character, and by restoring tho stomach to normal action relieve the nerves from irritation. There is no sedative like them and in the correction  of irregularities of the digestive processes, no preparation had Sons so  effective werk, as can be testified to  by thousands.  come "h������!M*y9^IE.lf  ������ sa8-^\#ws * ������s������ ������q *������ bjosij aawpwiusB b������������!w..������������ ������es  Bright women aii over Canada are gutting away from this.    TheyVel-  their own bread and biscuits.  MOONEY'S PEBFECTION  tare the crispesi, creamiest crackers made.   Better still- the-j  are baked in Winnipeg s right at your very door.     They  come to you fresh as the product of your own oven,  >  You can have them in airtight package? "'  oi* sealed tins as you prefer'.  -individual is easy-going, spendthrift,  -careless of time, money, energy, opportunity and all things.  if it be firm-jointed he is cautious,  watchful, keen, diplomatic, tireless in  planning, confident and sure of suc-  -cess, self- possessed and self-controlling.  The Ventriloquy of Birds  Whence and why is the power of  ���������ventriloquy that uiauy birds posss������JS''  (asks a writer in the Nation.) The  meadow-pipit, or the cornbrake, can  .sit- in one place and make its vo'ce  .seem to come from many alternate  .spots. It may be a trick impressed  "by the ages as a means for bewildering one's enemies, for comrade call  &zkC aasger csui ses^i, ���������j y--" ".ii-."-  -ears at,any rate, to be the same i**  these species. The corribrake must  "be of an artistically playful disposition for, he calls like that, now near,  ���������and far, when he is, undoubtedly calling hie mate.  You catch cold easily. One cold is  not gone till the next one comss.  You are unable to shake yourself free,  and as a result your system is gradually becoming weaker<and weaker.  This.is tho "������ay to pneumonia or  consumption. - Colds only, hang on  when the system is in-a weakened or  run-down condition, and the blood  lacks the richness which is required  to nga-t oft tne disease germs.   ��������� .  Dr. Chase's- Syrup of Linseed ..and  Turpentine will free you of the -cold,  but you must build up the system by  using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food or you  leave yourself open to renewed attack.  Colds do not bother the person  whose blood is pure and rich and  whose nervous system is filled with  energy and vigor. You can fortify  yourself against colds and you can  ward off such frightful diseases as  pneumonia and consumption by using  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  By a few weeks' use of this great  food cure you can build up a reserve  force'which- will enable you to fight  o2 diseas������ -"������nd to better accomplish  your work in life. Rich, red blood  is the greatest of. germicides, and  there is r>othing like Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food 'to form ngw blood and*  restore snap, vigor and energy to  mini? and body 50 cents a box, 6  boxes for $2.50, at all dealers or Ed-  manson, Bates & Co., Limited. Toronto. ��������� i, i  a Yukon ESQ~han*a.  one of the best since the days of the  Klondike discovery in 1808 was made  tin.*      1mm.      ���������.-. .^1- _ 4. '.:^4        m V^-wl.'^* .   M.llAf)  SEjc   iaa\.   wee*.,   auuui   oevcut/     ������*.������.������-������  from the mouth ot Sixtyaiiie River,  120 miles southwest of Dawson and  A new gold discovery;, regarded as  twenty-five miles from the Alaska  (.Hue. The find is said to average  about $1 to the square foot of bedrock. Some two hundred men have  already gone from here on a stampede to stake claims, notwithstanding a teznperature of 30 degrees below zero and snow on the ground fifteen inches deep. A very relfable  miner, who has xbeen engaged in mining here since the gold rush in 1908.  was tbe discoverer. He "reports the  formations in sinking a shaft il9 1-2  LET  ho IT  es of muck; 6 feet of gravel containing gold. 3 cents to the pan; 6' feet  of muck and 7" feet of gravel to bedrock, where the gold' is found. In  cleaning up the surface of the bed  rock a space of '5 by 8 feet, he obtained $40 worth of high grade gold,  as shown by the gold commissioner's  scales here. He reports the valley fn  ,which the discovery ,was made to be  20 miles long and 2.0Q0 ^eet wide, with  good working gravel quite,similar to  that of the famous Bonanza Creek of  the Klondike, and frozen solid from  the surface trt bedrock makin*^ a saf?  roof for minin**-  ra m BSBBOv ^a-Ok. Tr������>p<arS,BeaI������rs,in  B H B B BW an7*mdo������ Raw Pars.  ������  Si S.J2 ^L"* cannot agora to dis.  B  B fi^T'^tok pose of their collect.  B B B n & il ions without;   first  M      mJS S 3 -qM? ofctsizing our prices  ���������^mr   ������a <b  ^^'sent  upon  request.  Remittance forwarded day goods received.  Express and/ majl charges on all shipmenta  paid by as.   Canada"-s InsraMt Far Operator*  Your correspondence solicited.  SnhBt'Hi������n>Mn   *        ��������� tS������f99ta.t������  - Dickens And Miss We Her.  Dickens himself was once embarrassed by one of his names, This  was when he was presented to a Miss  Weller, whose beauty and talent delighted him., He described to a friend  his mixed feelings at finding the name  he had made grotesque borne by so  gracious a lady. He afterwards in  troduced a friend, and a marriage followed in time. On the morning ar'or  that first meeting Dickens sent to  this unforeseen kind of Waller some  verses in which he protested his re  jgret that he could not hope to change  her name for he. was married and  ���������"Pickwick" was published.  There may be other corn cures, but  Holloway's Corn Cure stand at the  head of the list so far as results are  /      Not That Kind of Sinner *  A. story Is told of a certain clergyman who Avas fond of making sharp  remarks. One day, after a fall of Bnow,  he was weudiuft his way along a country road in company with a 'parishioner. His companion suddenly stepped  upon a hidden slide, and came down  with a thud, i  Looking gravely down at him, the  pastor solemnly Bald:���������-  "Ah, my friend, sinners stand on  slippery places."  "Yes, I boo they do, but. I can't,"  was the indignant rejoinder of the  fallen member of his flock.  Sumo.   riyO.-   winciu.  ,  Lieut. Bisbini of the Thirty-second  Infuntry, who Is now at Tripoli, has  invented a bullet proof shield which  can be put to different    uses    with  great advantage.   The shield consists  of a light plat? of tempered steel 12  Inchon wide and 16 inches long, shaped like a spade.   When fitted to one  of the tent poles the shield can serve  the purpose of a spade' for digging  trenches in the sand.    In  skirmishing soldiers can use it to take cover  by  lying on  the  ground   and   firing  from behind the shield through  the  hole, which is large enough to admit  the barrel of the rifle.   The shield can  also be used when soldiers fire kneeling, and in bayonet charges it can be  strapped ovo- the left arm and serve  the purpose, of a regular shield.    On  the march the shield, which,is very,  light Is hung over the khapsack.   Tho  Blsblni shield has been experimented  with succ8Bsfully  and . found bullet  proof at 100 yards, so that very probably It will be adopted as an essential part cf the equipment of infantry  soldiers.  Wto ������������ Efts Hi@e Oar@  iVv Murine TCvc Kemeav. No Staartlnjr���������Feels  Fine���������Acta Quickly. Try it for Red, Weals,  Watery Ejes and Granulated Eyelids. Illustrated Book in eacn Package. Murine ia  compounded by our Oculists���������not a "Patent Med.  iclao"���������bat used in successful Physicians" Ptao-  tlce tuv many years. Now dedicated to tlie Pub*  lie and sold by Druggists at 26c and EOo per Bottle.  Hcris������ Sye gn-iveln ARontiu 7uhMu>2&e an<S &n������v  wUfinsLEy������ Renrasay'ee.^ ���������SrMesso  The scientific -way of getting the best results from your cattle, as to get the best  separator. . '  There are. so- many separators on the  market, each one claiming to be the best;  thax buying one should us  coniiSeiation.  .00        OUR.        $Uj.������.  .. 1912 MODEL    .e^HJ*  HIGH GRADE   ^^������    "  Mlnardo Liniment for aalo everywhere.  "Timoji Isflorco," doclnrod Susan  Brott. "Half the managers on Broadway owe me money "  "Back snliiry or alimony?" politely  queried Yorlolc Tlamm.���������Courier Journal. ,  Secret-';-of -Long Life. ).���������'  The true socrot of health and long  life lies In very simple things. Don't  worry. Don't overeat. Don't starve.  Fresh air day and night. , Slcop. and  rest abundantly. Spend less nervous  energy each day than you make. Bo  ch.oorful. "Work like a man, but don't  be worked to death.". Avoid passion  and excitement., Associate with hoali  thy people. Health is contagious as  woll as disease. Don't carry tho  whole world on your shoulders, far  Iobb tho uuivorso. Never *flospalr.  "Lost jiope is,a fatal disease." ,  Your Mother  Do not forget^to manifest an Inter  est in whatever-interests or amuses  her. Though she is old and wrinkled  she loves pretty, things. Make her  frequent simple presents, and be" sure  they are appropriate and tasteful.  Remember that she is bMH a girl at  heart, .so far aa delicate little attentions are concerned. Give her your  full confidence* and never do anything  which you think she would disapprove,. Make her a partaker, so far  as your different ages will permit, in  all your pleasures and recreations.  Lift all the burdens you can'from  the shoulders that have grown stooped in waiting upon and working for  you. Never intimate by word or deed  that. -your., world and hers.; are.' cliffer-  anti1, or that you feel in any way superior -to her,. ;������������������ -���������"-, ."''������������������;":  Treat herewith the unvarying courtesy and deference that you accord to'  those who are above you in rank or  position. Study her tastes and habits, her likes and di8llkes,"ahd cater  to them as far as possible in an unobtrusive way.        v..  Bear patiently with all hor peculiarities or infirmities of temper or disposition; which may well be the result of a life of care and toil.,,, Rc:  mombo'r. that her life Is monotonous  compared with .yours, and take, her to  Borne suitable place of amusement or  for a Uttlo'.'.trip to the country, or to  the city If your home Is in the country, as frequently as possible.  < REST AND HEALTH TO 3STHE.T AND BHiLD.  mrs. WiNatows soothino Syrup has neen  used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  "MOTHERS for their CHI-LDREN WHXLS  TEKTHIN������  BOOTHES  ALI.AYS all _ _   __  is the best remedy for "DIARRHOEA.    It ia Of  soiuttly harmless.   ������<��������� sure sad sst for VMrs.  Winslow's Soothine Syrup," and take so ether  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  ISC^I  Old Sores. -Lumps  in Breast, Qrowtha  removed and heal,  ed by a simple  Homo Treatment  ma  No pain.    Describe the trouble, W* will send  book and testimonials free.  .'  THE CANADA CAHCSR IHSTrnrrE, Uiallad  19 Churchill Ave., Terente.  A beggar in Dublin had boon long  besieging an old, gouty", tosty, limping gontloman, who rofUBed his mlto  with nmoli inrltabillty, on which tho  mendicant Bald:���������  "Ah,, please your honor's honor, I  wish your heart was as tender as  your toee."  > S A A  ���������^)blA,'l'"Iy^'J"^^'-l������r*^  ^^itKiD-Ki:"^  ��������������������������� ::i<  /������������������W'.-  .PILES CURED IN  9 TO 14 DAY&  Your druirgliit will refund, monoy If PAZO  OINTMWNT  falls  to  euro  any. cano  of  Itohlne.    Blind,    Tllocdlng or Protruding  Piles in,(I to 14 dayo.    600.  It la to llvo twlco when you can en-  Joy tho recollootlon of your uurllor  life.  tHUH^������WW���������������1M*������III ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������������������������� ������������������������ ���������I  Smart 1  Brown���������"! Bay. Smith, aro you good  at conundrums?"  Smith���������>'My boy, I am groat at such  things, Flro away."  Brown���������'Woll. If 1t takes a mnn  throo dayr, to chev/ a hum wolphlnp;  ten pounds, how long will It take tho  uarna man to chow a hammer weighing bIx pounds?"  Smith (aftor considering , some  time)���������."I'll glvo It up, old chap."  ; ������������������'Brown (as ho prepares to dodge  things)-���������"It will depend whether he  Is a professional or a hammorchow-  er."  ,:   ***-":.   -.>   i    Explained,  Didn't some idiot propose, to you  bofofo our marriage?"  "Certainly."  "Then you ought to have marriod  him."..  . -������������������;   :,,.''    '  "that's Just what I, did."���������-Stray  Stories.  ' 'ExtremVTorriper. '' ;;.''-^>^'.  "Bangs 1b a very'ilUtenipered man,  I hear."     ;,  "So ill-tempered that he won't ride  on anything but a sulky.v  The. average man gets so much criticism that when a compllmont is paid  him without "if"Y or ,l,but" attached,  he pinches himself to^seeif he Isn't  Just new dead.;-  ������T havo six daughters."  "Must take 'em a lpng time to dress  when the family Is going anywhere."  "Oh, no. They form iri a circle and  bach one. buttons another's gown."���������-  Washington Herald.  GURF.U W GQNSTIPATON  V , 1 , ' ' ��������� "l    >    .  Mr. AndreWt praise* Dr.  Morao's  Indian Root Plllaj.  ���������    ���������     trnfm***������������������**********'*'*^ i"������������m������   .   ,  H0W8THWT  We effer One Hundred DoUora Reward,  (or m-ny oatitt <tt Catarrh that cannot be  cured  by  Hall's  Catarrh Cure;  ��������� F. J. CHKNUTV; A CO.. tolede. O.  We. the un#ierBltned have known V, jr.'  Chenoy for the last IB Veara,, and behove  htm  oerteetly honorable in  alt, bualncw  tranaaotlor ~ " '-"���������"*'- * ~~  aut an;  .00  STERLBNO   SEPARATOR  We would like to bringtoyour notice some  points of special advantage m this machine.  x^i*? ptiwi xs sinai* .t������nv������~ vjT������xCHo*E������j.ai-*LCsca., easy  to  run, skims quickly, and  cleanly.     It  is   -.������ qjp-  forged from solid steel with electrically welded -       .   .,  spindle and can not get out of balance. \.  The flexible neck bearing of can of heavy returned steeL  phosphor bronze is held > in There is 'no (place for dirt to  place by heavy coil spring and     lodge." r # ^ '  adjustable lock nut. Thisisthe , ,Xiie shimming; discs'are  most approved typ&of oeanng.     easy Sto wash.    The discs are'  Iz is lubricated by sight teed     slipped alLtoeether from.,the         oil cup. ' . bowl to the cleaning rod.'The ���������   KKSP"  The gears are accurately^    discs cam not become .mixed.'   m&Ki  cut mesh perfectly, and   run    After washing they are slippedV  with a minimum of   friction,     back into the bowl all'at once",  The gears are concealed and     they are not handled one at, a  protected frcr*. dust. time.    It only takes a minute '  One-piece Seamless supply     to'thoroughly-frash^hemi..!  30 Day Free Trial  We could,enumerate at considerable length,, the different  advantages of our! separator, .but we' permit yoii ^0 answer- every-'1- ft;  question by accepting, our ;remarkaple ofEer. y; We offer-you a. "  thirty-day working' trial on your own. farm entirely at our nslc; ^;<.  Your decision is final. If at.tho end of that time you.-are-'.tiqt'i." v!  satisfied in every detail you'ean send the separator back te^lmg': a. ^  us what is wrong, and we will pay all transportatibhV',ch������argeS:'/.'V  and return your money, .Nothing 'we cbhld say -\yould' prOye . 4  more conclusively the confidence we have -hithis sepatatbf< ���������' ���������'���������'fJlv  Every one expects business to inetease*.,  When ordering  ���������  a separator it is always better to buy a-larger one than-, iha> J'.,  present needs demand. Let ua know tliesl-ae o������ your hferdandwG  will ���������fell- you what a suit able separator will cost at your pw'^rp-w^r "Ji  Write tor our Bprltis and Bummer Catalogue, it will save you money.  U������MMI������l-ft        ���������        , n  ������������������;.������������������,,.$orn^^oMrner,       , ^ '' * V:    '" i'^i'^k^p^l^^^  Down In Georgia a negro, who had    , Tlio strikd situation In Canada conyj  his lifo insured':for oovoral"'hundred��������� 'tinuoB .on. jnokflkobB^^  dollars,  died and loft the mouoy to   cording to the latost" reports; of, t.Up;'  Hall's Catarrh Cur������ ta taken Intarnallr,  actinic dlreotly upon the b|ood and muo-  ���������UN'aurfaoea of the ayatent. Teatlmonlala  pent tree. Price, 7lo. par ttattla. Hold  Ey_alip.rmrjrl.Uiu  oatlou.  amllv   iPHla   ������������r   Conatl-  Aitont (to flour-taoea out weanuy  bid lady): "Madam, I am, Rollcltlnit  fnnda to Btart a benevolent enterprise  for tho poor blacks ot Africa, and I  ������������������ui%������������rtir��������������������������� Sour-faced Imdy; "I can't  Klv*" you  money,  airi   t  uavo  ouwu  VV. N. U. No. M1.  WW <t>|M  ���������lr;   i   uavo  * 11      V       * .. ..  awiuiUeu,  lou wtvwM.    ...������  -  v-������������  ..     ������������..*    ������������    countenance    to    the 1  "That I  ioheme."      Agent    (sadly):  would simply ruin it, ma'am,"  Mr. George Andrewa of Halifax, N.3.,  writes: '    :   v        '  '   '*" ', ., .  "I'or many yearn I have been troubled  with chronic Conatipatlon.    ^This ailment never coincs single-handed, and I  have been a,victim.to the many Mlnessea  (hat cbiwtipatioh brings, in   its  train.  l^rdlrinp nft^r mMlrlnr 1 have taken in  order to,find relief, but one and all left  me in the same hopeless condition.   It  scenicil that nothing would expel from  'sMtOltirbate ailment that caused bo much.  trW'^efe' '������t lost I read'about these  Indian Root Pills.     ' ��������� ���������  That was indeed a lucky day for me,  for I was eo impressed with the statements mode that I determined, to  give them a'fair, trial. ��������� ';      .'  TbeyhAV/J regulated rriy atomaehand  baweU. 1 am cureo oi co������h*Ui#i*uuu, *a*a  I claim they h*%* no equal ������������������ a medicine.-7 ., ,  For over half a century Dr. Mome'a  Indian Itoot *������Ut������ have been cunur con-  .tipauou m* .������v������������r. 77Z^x7%������l  itiem.   ThevcleanM the whole ayttem  and purify the blood.   ������ow everywnere 1 ������w '������ "������" ������������������������������������  at 25c. a bo*. ilanas  A young woman entered a shoemaker's establishment and said to tho  salesman���������"I think those Louis the  Fourteenth hoelH are too high for mo.  (llvo mo a sl'/o lowor, please. Or perhaps Louis tho Thlrtoonth would bo  high onough!"     ������������������       , '���������   )  Mln������rd'������   Liniment   Cure*   Dandruff.  ,.    Hla Excuse.  ., gn0���������"Vou didn't soom to lllto tho  now symphony at tho    concert last  night?"  Ho���������"No.    Tfha  fact Is.  X ignorod  It."   " ; '':   "���������"' '���������,,   "'  .'   '   '.  Bho���������"Ignored .Itr ,  . Ho���������"Yes, Mrs. Kno7,itali was with  US   you KIIOW, tutd nhu ������i������iu ������ii������ hutitu  It 'in Munich last yean 'atod I couldn't  abow an Intorost ta ahjfthlns as second hand us that, could J?",���������Clevo-  T^^d Plain Dealer*  his widow, '.flhe.'immediately-,' bought  herself a vory olaboiuto mourning  outfit. ���������:!-t,)^r���������![���������', '���������'; - - ���������    ''  Showing hor pyrchaHQ to hor friend,,  she was very pa-rtlciilar In going into  detail hb to prlcos and all Incidental  particulars. Her frlo'td was very  much ImproBHOd, and remarked:  "Them nho in Hno oilono,' bitt, hnfo'  hcavon, what Is you gain'. to do wid  all dls black underwear?"  Tho boroavod ono sighed:  "Chile, whor. I mornn, I moms,"���������  Harpers Magazine.  I  Quite at Home    ''"  ������������������  "I hoar vour son haa'brought home  a timid Httlo bride."  "Woll, Bho i������u't ho uwt'uiljr' bacli.-  ward :t that. She started fri right  away to Improve molhor's gaum of  bridge and show tho girls hdw to'  dreea."  Sperm wlialos aro tlio rlobeat prw-  es of tho ocoan, yielding spermaceti  from the brain cases. Ivory from thoir  lowor Jaws, and rich yellow Oil from  their sides.  Lot ub not bo too particular.   It is  better to havo  old oocoadlmnd  dla-  i monds than nono at all.~-lv������ark Twain.  Depai}tment; of; i^-a,tipurH.;; ,^oW,'f ji jsjSjutoa i  of importance occurred during Febru>  ary.'tho ohe '"a'tfuctlhg;>noHt-.'i^U)-dci)rf  being that of the, cloak and garmdnt"  ���������workers Jh! the ompidy of t. .IBaiptti  Company, Toronto and ';^;'.Mon)',re^U,i  About 000 omploybos woro" affotteu'^ij/;  this dlRputo. . Altogether thtfro we!jp;ij,'  twolvo att'iltVs "^'fn"** oxlBtonco .'rfurt^(f'  Fobruary.- altootlag abcuit CO'.���������fir.j^iB MSX.  1,200 oniployooH. Tho losd^o'f t'W.njW  in working day a. was ,approxlmatoily>  10.000, eompnriV- with 12.000 dn^ri.'JoW'  from tho same cruho during>lan;uary������  and ovor 112,000 days lost In^obrututyij  1011, Wight strikes remained In e#  tatoneo at the cIobo of the trtonth.v'.,<  A group ot old- men *;W������r*ivM,  their reminiscences of 'WrWdrfl.'���������������  wifo colloctt-4 autograpbB.'^iOjULi.jiBBd  "Sho oneo wroto to Lincoln <ora*seX1  tlmont and his autograpMjand ^lftiHat.  in reply n noto lhat ran^',DdSi,llTClai(  dnm.r-WhonNybu 'a������K .from. ������ ���������ttftn.ifn  or that which Is of Intordsr. onty to  your������elf, always -enoloBie ar.st^mp;,  Thoro's your sontdhont,, and* h'ero*������  vour autograph.--���������A*. ���������LlneolhTJ' v>     ������������������..  as I  i\.   \jiima*<-'  I"*"!"  Anaemia can oo nuuoeaaiuiiy treat-1 aigoanou   to  -.   yc������������������������u.-..v.   ������.v...M^...  ^>���������.^������ m #>njnvttiM mod thlnra  of lit*.  .v-V ', EL   -  I  I     f  ������������������*���������������'��������� i.-  I-'S     ,  I I'  ll-  l fKHIHiliWlmi 1   ;  "���������J5F  ^fgiljaa^ajl������LViUtUUJ!>JL'Lll!JULltl  ^yTasa^     ^ZttJm,mtA\ m     CI^MaaNljr ^���������  g *^ , jtatnCaVS^S    ������\V ve������ s&  frttWffir"������ ^tw Vrtdsy atOfeeaton, IWttah Columbia, by (be Cweesro raini  nag Afti* ���������Wot'oafcaVftag g^S������9������p, Lt4,  0BM������9l*. W"SSS  -9&BI S&e*SsiT Js^ ss&GHSSrise&A gflV-rrftiaJI-ffg astdism o2 the Creston valley, eb>  aetfattas la *w est tao-asua& homes tst-oughout tho Orestoa district ssd  ���������aaMfetax^sfcia * bto&d raaaae? iat������ other communities. Our advertising rates  ������fe bused en foe esale of the Kootomay aud Boandary Printers-- Board of Traoe.  "!**������ psss&ass sss issd lease sotices, ff for siatstsry lime.    Display advsr������  ^8saB9ats���������^p8r &ch pw saoatb; e&e? sdvertisfrag 10 oente per line ������-rat issue  ^d������e������i|������������e?Si������,aiB4c6ceedingwoekB. Subscription rates ??.00 a year in  Sjjtvsaoe. 'Oar columns an opes to contributions dealing in matters of local iu:  Hwfc'eMjiie welfare oi Ike community.    Oontributions must be briex ana  ���������^���������,fl5sr\Ssy^5P,-*-gy!^gy������w ���������  iffjH *���������*.' nil nwp  ^Su*,*, ^Lwasssac  Editor and Manager.  seas  I^iiffii^^^y   \/OU will make   no   mistake  ������       when vou get off the train  if you sign the register at  TkeLeads**" B ^e  Creston Hotel.      -Traveliin.?  u~4.~t ** *t>m i me:B ^11 substantiate this.    Wi  SB  Fruit  the coiafof t ������1 pur guests.  ft"i  iH^s^sf e flgBg     '** j The rooms are well furnished in  ��������� a manner up-to-date.  aSSSS^is'SS. SS, B ������������������ S ������ S 3   s^     gl@f ������   S   B  ta. am 1 <P bb wj BBt JBf fBtv. bm bm   bi   WapBi   BS   asa   ibj   bl^muw ***=***  ���������' ���������?  p,fcrr **���������*??  rRuvlsiiii:; mAni: mtiUiii  Co*?*   \auests i  i*dl������S  Ca&   c&g&in  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers,' Tourists  and Commercials.  M,   (ill HfO>  a ������  ������ %   n  ���������>#w v -v  ���������Comic and Erf  See. mm m tbe mttdom I  (Oeatia*^d frosa P*g9 i)  and all his -sollesgues were returussLto the legislature,    Mr  McBride polled 32*8 votes or 700 more than his  nearest  t       , i  Cos^SiVstive colleague sad 1200    more than any Liberal.  Tjje elscti??si *i!St ^as*^ over - sssarks the turning *& a new  page in Canadian politics, thore never having been such ajfjj|j|jjK  complete victory for any one party.  The Nelson results eame as a surprise to a number of  people although sot to thm Conservative workers, Harry  Wright upon whom even a ������e������r Creston people   had placed  T  f9  R   Mi  jfSZl  vint  I isax  Mil  IlilUiJ!  l!il|Ul!      AlilllliLt!  asayyij       f������5!iSiSS������SJ  steamer from getting under way until  Strike   Delayed  * Sailing  From Old Countrv*  !f|'"  ������  U1SU     UwW)������S<B*  ������*eM������������y     ������i>W������.i>������a*,    *������������������������4V������jnrV ������j,    iuwmh^   w������m.^ ^m������^,w.  into third place in the running by A. Karrod, the Socialist  Candida*e. According to the unofficial returns, the vote was  Maclean, BzB; Wright.igG and Harro^5i77,  Both Wright and Harrod lost their deposits. Mr Mac  teansa majoaity over his flearesi opponent was pi votes great-  er tfsAs the previous record established by Mr Wright is the  pravmc|a,l election ^>f B909. ';  It was a landslide in favour of ih-s Conservative nominee  The isallitiar in soite of the unfavourable weather was higher  thms ess-ss*-^ h������ thatteatatsai'&ffl workers ssd was taken as  evidence of the determination of the citizens of Nelson of all  patties that Mt Maclean should go down, to Victoria with a  record majority*   It was the greatest majority ever secured  fit " _  l������ ������mv ei@rti������n is Nel*oss  ���������sakacipi^ caddirs VMit? wrra ease  , James H. Schofield was an easy winner over his Socialist  oppea^eat,.Jt. P- Petiipiecej in this riding. While here Mr.  I^S^piece predicted that he would break even with Mr Scho>  field in his home city, Trail. The figures sent out from that  place last evening giye Schofield 230 to 66 for the Socialist  candidate.;; s .  Voting in the Creston Valley was pretty heavy and Mr.  Schofield ran far ahead of his opponent.   The Creston poll  was 135 to 24, a number of the  Liberals throwing their votes  .     ��������� ���������<���������-.. >������������������������  uBchofield. In the last Provincial election held two and a  half years ago, Mr. Schofield polled' 97 votes as against 37  for his Liberal opponent. In the Dominion election last year  the vote was 95 Conservative to 47 Liberal, The gain th s  v������Ar in figures is most marked.  The vote ������t Erickson was light there being only 8 vot-  es cast, 6 for Schofield and 2 for PeUipieee. At Sirdar, the  V^te was: Schofield,2o* Pettipiece,9: at "KHclicncr, Schofield  lo, Pettipiece, a and at Rykert, Schofield^ and Pettipiece,!.  Candidate Pettipiece lost his deposit as a result of tk������*  good showing of Mr Schofield. The returns from outside  the Valley for 11 polling, plabes give Mr Schofield 559 votes  to x86 for Pettipiece. Fair view which had been feared by  ������ame of the Conservatives Rave a vote of 108 (or Schofield  wad 60 for Pettipiece. Vniir gave 12 to Schofield and 26 t<  ������%tf ��������� opponent. Proctor gave a vote of 5* to 1 in favour ol  : Schofield and Salmo 4a to aa. Wantta gave 24 to x for  Schofield.  '���������Or mtmMnnnmi������um������^m������nmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmi^0iitiioli im  mmm.JL.u  "���������"������ ���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������ vmuo, luawj? ut    u.   v/j,  Gibbs,   deputy postmaster, arri������ei������ is  Creston   Wednesday.    She had  been  Sir. Gibbs has takes the Mrs. Gens*  mer house and he and his sister will reside there tSiss April 1.  Creston JJrus&tSooK. Lo  $*  m  or! ftphis& S  ^av ^vai ^ow ���������*^Fai aeu m ^aaa7 ^^ar ij&  ���������i'osn MstaS ass his oosspany were the  chief entertainers in Creston of the past  week.    Marks always  draws a   good  an S    S   arm S S .Nam ���������������������������������  $ BIHIl^iUiJ  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  :f Ail olaBS of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of.   ||  ���������? CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a    $  jjfl? Speciality.                                                          *w  <Kt Y2lj*i,.m,.Jl    #AM   ������nlA  W JL ���������VWa  **���������������   i0i������������va  Agfin^ fo* the Melia iirhlin Manfg. Oo.      "Horfiea t&r sale  cooked to leave the Old Couatry<m Mai   ������WWdiuCW8t0abe0ftttBehe 3fl 8������ Wel1  ^ Inif-H  fehatthe strike trouble prevented her I  ~ v-  rVsl "^'  ^^ -������     J������   *-���������    J9i*lt   ���������it ���������*     ^m������      ImiVU  V*������t   tw������-fiA  ovtinl   -rv������������*^i      ov������������?   mear <nl?   f������i������ma *A  5tf ������. Sr-5r   UlX?lfarW&  W   A*** CM������VA   *.%i*C34    i^w^a^.  -*^      >.r..W ���������*-u- ������^.������^..T   *���������������������.  -���������.^^- ���������������   ���������������^_i- ^  ���������hAj ~ f *i ^y  ^ at any honr of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekets, will |?  J^ ' receive prompt attention ' $  1 H. S. McCreath, Prop t  4. ������a^jv������������'v w  tJoJlAMUWVaM^^ ^  ^^-^"""^"���������vBvsiBSHssi-isivfiiifiissviis-iivieip^f  LLI 1  ^n BB SS^H    ff������k ^A 8S59 4S.V  L9JUL! l������BBB_a-  EllfLLUm^  ���������V    'il  Owe of the O. P. It. rroight tarews kaA  atawaiiinui at the expease of Beb Ki������4  tale week.   Oae ef Beb'e attse Wyna-  IWTMMM Ml oVMOM INMMi   flfWUIUMBl'   "BHA    wMBV  CffSAH CrBWa MWCV llWl IMNNj^ Wl b\ ���������WlWI^tl j    * WH  ItmWtiWKHWMk iS& Wafk% eUAc   ������?Wb'������1  t)A#1NB\tj|#tC^  m***������mmmwmim*m  mSm  asm \AR9Sx proj^uiHig it for Ih* oveuliH  aasal.  iieiv a %-rtwteanw^        a           v. ������     1 ...  ���������" " *��������� ^oMb������ *aM������������M>"H"-'������Mir   v ������*>������������������������*|a>   M>a**    wHJ*    VUeaaV  #������Uy So assist ���������tsrltSt fcswsfttperfe aad care  olf children.   Apply io lira   F. W. Wow-  " <B������t^Atil      I   AUAMb-  Ootton Hoot Compound Tablets  "Tliese Pil's are compounded with the ivrcr.tcst  " .'o from the mobi r������;habic lemcdita .'.nown io  ��������� ^.yncc; snen r.3 are beir.jj used with much success  -,\' the most celebrated pnysicians known.  i r.ey are .1 spccKic 'or tlie di; tiessini? disorder*  t-D which the female constitution is liable.  Price $2 a bo:;. Wo. a (iiisk-.i stronger"*, *?'J a  "lex. hojci at an dn p sto.c;. ot by nitii irom IliO  l^vallHtasc i,o��������� 3c. Cathj&rkoOB, Oat.  ^^i  ������j ,i������, ru.ni/ aiiiu. j-^wi./  ifltilMli  A  mmmmmmmi  BILLHEADS  WU WORK;  MKEyOURnOKgY  WORK TOO.  v.  wimus they wwfeiRiv"  4% JWTERE8T WH|CM v  WCREPITMOnTrtW .f-  BE  STATEMENT!  .������  Mr. Rancher! Mr. Businessman!!  your  1  by having neat  weti  ,JS\  m:  *5) ^A  -sf'jfeoV^'  IKllWI������  levt loaaaeileUW ntalr*4 eo tae ehloltea' i*������ n*^*  -AM      W     |"������  I    7yT^B,B������������B.BMi*oltl.a:1  lRaHKn������Ma������u������*h������  HHaaMMMMD  1^  /JMP M0������E!^ ISRET0RH>  /IBLCOMDEMflnP ..;  AS aiifCKLYAS THEnML5  PEdaEJ������ST/i^GflREfT)i;;  /IRBV^Eli PLEf1S������l?������  ./WD-THORDUCHUy-  SrtTISFlED;,;  VYTTM W.WIVmVWM  OUR BUSINESS IS  TK/1/V5/1CTED-/3 RtiSJnESS'  N/lfiiGEP fly PEOPLE OF  M/iTURbexPERieme  &f������fillB5TinTG6BITX  youR irirne */ipryRESs\  mnnNiiw?-  WTRTOM  srtolitPyouwrivbfiMy'  PIN/IhGlflL. BUSINESS IN  MMGOUVER-'VlolNtry,  REMT5T0CCU/ECT,  flGREeMENT^POR^lE-'1  fIRRINSWRfllldPiTffrfeilCB  'liBT-CJSVITTBllDTDit'  OTHERS VWJWI14-BB5URI  TO.PLB^SeVOU*  321 tehie gtesl:,  ^Vancouver B.G.CX  1  ���������������.S9  * *rrffv\rrvnnrTvrvArvTrv-Tr>0','n^^ 1 B������w������i������K������9tiw������.i������.fKiWMcr/������K!^  1  1  1  u  &*&&!^t*h*,&y-s..  iitiwi>������������>ii!iiiiiWMWWiiiaiawiaaa������wiiwi������������������  mm  WS^L^lMii^l'^xS)B^iSS^J&^!V*^!ffi'!lSt'S!!9i  ymmmmmmmmmmmm ^  I'SStg^^'Si^  "   '":'"' ' -'---' -   <"���������-'���������-'���������   ���������-���������   ������������������������������������<���������     '- -*-   '���������> - - >���������-- - ���������'      '���������   ��������� -���������-   -   ' -.,--.���������   ...>-,,  :- - .-. - .        ... .- ,     *     ..     -,..    .... .       ...y..   .^.���������....^t. ���������. .....        -^      ,''J"J,"Vvw'J''<'f "^   ^~ ',  '"    "_'    " '*' "     " -i������ '���������'-��������������� * ' "'"    "    "    "(       "r ' ..-.- -  - .. >  ..���������  ...._... _        ... "f "-������������������-'   -   - -"..'>.      ������*���������*������������������������  A������ ���������JUJ*!*^ *#������������������%���������%���������*   ""       Ifla * Jt'������ r T T?TW ���������������. Js^-W****. w������^oe*t^.e.������ eson,   ,   ������oa  C-.uifttPJl-UJWJ ;viMi.jr jaa-w . ^JttJjJSJflJMa. ' g. V*.   J  M hi f       i   i_ >i ii j f ���������nf r lag- i1-" i in      V  " - " T i  g.i- .,   n. i. i )-  ~    '     rr-"  "  "T.  . -  ,.-;,.,.,    -    -        -��������� --,.,, ,r .        ���������    . - ���������--���������^.| - ..��������� ���������.���������������������������   ���������������������������*���������, ,,.,, ,     _ . ... -i,   .,  -',,���������, r- -,���������  i   f     \  THE  'Tyf H^|,,~1',",,l< H^  i^^HShJiSSSrfi   '���������a.*"Ti*s2e=ai  faCt aaT'fina^SS'? '  ������,JM  LIT  iii|j u  ffi������ _ ��������� _   _  HI  W. H 'JOH^SOSs.   Proprietor  ���������*s*i*������w*'e������M������,,''a������'*,'i^^  -fe- ������onepicnousiv- i-s&5s������  and ^thongbj,  reference is made on page 49 to tht I  Kooteaay Central iu the sketch raadfrj  I"*,  hi m> ��������� ��������� i .  .. ���������<��������� i.   in ",������. I  rW������   HOME  or rw������  TRA NQIENT  OOMMODIC UG  SAMPLE  ft&G M S  This Hotel is one of the  bcist known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenavs.  jT>< 1 ���������       ��������� . .      ������     , .4  jl ne amins" room is strictlv  plied with only the best brand  of goods.  1   _  ������  t  =1 Creston, B.C.  V  SHt   CANADIAN" RANK  ��������� ��������� 9F COMMERCE" *~  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Managed     ~  BENNETT AND GRAFTON  WRITE  Object To   Lack Of 0������v~  erinneat   irlentiop  Sss  Various Bulletins  , CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  rAiiivIEMSf   BUSINESS .  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of their banking- business including: the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  on application. .,-. ������~  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of  Commerce eo be operaced by mail, ana will receive the same careful  attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as  by a -personal,visit to the Bank. . - A231  <PERCY <B. FOWLER, Manager, Creston   - /,. nCh  Nurseries Co. Ltd..  ���������   (W Venn  85v er,  ;ii..���������<- ������._j  iiiuat.iCi.Cu  Have just received an So pags  and descriptive  catalno-n^ r*f   fii^it-  f������-������;*- ~  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free  for  the asking to intending planters.  Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  ms  Ol.   VlCSlUJJj   X>.  I  A TRIAL ORDER will convince th most  || critical of the superiority of our one year old  ires on three year roots..  ���������*-^"-^->��������� ^*������J~-~ ���������> . ��������� .        ^-,^.,-_  |.1^ n f>M||  (Continued from Page 1)  ,  0������ '  pos-ibilities   and   opportonitiss ia the  Dominion beyond the aeaa as well as  mtmy private individuals pushing forward their own particular districts welfare.  At Teffont, Magna the home of i;he  Fitzgerald brothers, Crastoa's publicity  agentt were most hospitably entertained  by T������ra, FitzGerald and her son ^hosee  v vr much interested in that part of the  world.  School Children To Help '  . Mr, John Freestone head master of  che Tisbnryr( Wills) school noting that  2 order to increase the fsleudl'*,,' "���������"���������elationi?  .existing    between   Great isritalu and  ���������veea the scholars of the respective  ^onntries has decided to adopt a similar  plan for the purpose of binding mere  irmly the tie of kinship between the  hildren of the Old land and those of  ne New and to this end the senior boy  ���������*,nde"*at and the eejiiop girl stndea* will  .ddress each a letter tc the principal-' of  ���������ix& Creston school to be banded to and  replied to by a boy and gilt respectively  IIIIIIJ^ taccompaaying the balJotin, Ufidllngtocjl    ������   -*-   -������i  ��������� S IBBSBB   ****** *������-������*������������������w������u������������������������. uL^ttTtj ivfisrSGa BSS waBre  oh i where is Creston?   And yet we are  told the "world do move"  If a studied effort to ignore a district  which has so a district which has so  ably demonstrated its capabilities had  been attempted it could not be more  efiectiosly accomplished than has been  a3 per the litsrature issued. The most  that has been said about .Creston 1b  pound in ' Opportunities in British Columbia, sage 48 s^d this pas^graph-was  inserted %e the tJesfc of a private citizen  long residing in Creston Valley.  iirrs iiJAfBii!  nttf"        "  mniHii HSirn,1,B  nrs. 6. Johnston Wo-ald  Like To Cessansunicaie  ���������,;   With J. Johnston  Hoping to gain some word of her  husband who left Saglftnii noma jenM  ago and who has not been heard froB>  for six years, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnston  of Abbeytown, OutaberiA&u, Saglaiiu  has written^ to James Kennedy cf this  place asking'for possible information  concerning him. - The man's name is  John Tordiff J^hsrfton, and is believed  fevimvA MonnA his name simDly John  Johnson while in British Columbis. He  vsb 1&*z h.ts!d **t vm. ?cn#h ^"eMic<rtoQ  Vanconver Island, and Gonseabie Guns  has started the provincial pelice in the  various towns on a hsat for him.  r ^According to the description sent to  fhis scheme is a laudable' one indeed  *ad ought to be copied Ihronghbut C������B-^ -Crestea by Mrs. Johnston. &esr' husband  tda thereby dispelling che clouds of ig-  s,  1AOJ.CMUIVS7 IUAV  Vh*. V *.U������VQ ������S\5UftC&0M&0  V������������   i*WS&  .ides of the Atl&ntic relative tc the *r?s-  uotive Countries involved.  is now 50 years of sge,^ 6 feet tall,  nas  wB*k b&������wash������ir jnst fcurMng wreyj blue  eyes, rather large ears and' Hose and'  straight in bearing.   He is fin excellent  I     Get-joist Winm, Idquors, 1  ' lobzcco, Cigars,  F<mthe$9\  Pipes, etc*, &tth'e  b a  I  Ok^s^i  *w ������*&*���������������*.# ������  WW  WIVS������  I  **2������ ���������  Spbk Co*  j   S* Poole������ Prop*  USSSULUIIUIIIIUHliE  TO WH-9JA IT MAY CONCERN:  NOI'IOE 18 HE3BBY GITEN Oust  the partnership.heretofore' existing fcev  twees as as Proprietors of the Barten  Hotel, Creston, British Columbia, has  bees zim day dissolved by -mutual eon*  sent. Allace'onntsowing to the,Burton Hotel are payable-to the Creston  Trading Ctempany, Limited:  Dated March the Fiwt. A. D. 1912.  W. Burton.  r  WITKBSS: A. B. MacDocaitL\  And Res������ 5>oSSafs.  j Call or send for out  I New Fampblet.wbicji as  f lull of useful information  S        *       ,^'       .       J. r    ''  B      T0T* J?t*!lir %iV4VBat**<������   fj������#jf������  I.--: ,  .���������  . mm  ���������LBmi  j  CRESTON  a  I  ������  r  *w������  j ���������*���������...        Head, OWice*:  I, CALGARY;; VAMCOU*  I   VER;   ,E^Q^TpN.  L  .:*'.: fat,S  mtmtktmm ��������� f,i;w  aamasnmem  HOTH  $1011  "W. SSosris 3?ro:  ������**ir������ir������  r*   ������0������������   F&&M   HONIB |  I . l-      **��������� !  The Wcek>End Hoiiday  i- ; J  ���������������  Best of Fishing and Hnnting  B.C.  ,.-��������������� -t -  Vrnoicsaio " ������  ; ���������p<>^y2s|0Mt������v -r PredKie,   PpssSi  | eeseral ComtnteQlon Merchants  j NELSON-      ���������        B,���������,  i  tJja rtmntft *r������ h������ viaif������i3 ere ait-ntit^A liUfluist. being able tc speak and write  in the-Ck)uhta8svo������ Osfordsbire, ^Brwie-^e^sal'JBUgoasas-' He is fond of sport  .ihire. Devonshire. Dorsetshire. Somei-' especially football. He is also rather  ^ot-shire etc."    - --���������_**- >  There are many eoquiries   of varied  character from difflerent people interea- enclosed a photojgraph of, he*- husband  and this along with the other information has been forwarded by Constable  ���������i \������ <r *-^-n *r  taciturn in manner.  Io a recent letter to Mr. Kennedy, she  5  si I  Senator DunUp and Larsons *Beaui^  Two of the most hardy and productive varieties. Propagated under the  moBfc favorable conditions from the B, M. Kellogg utrain of pedipcrco plants.  Price $10 00 per thousand F. O. B. Wynndol 109& di������oount on all ore ers  with remittance in 1-nll received before March 20tb.  Drs.KENNEDY&IC  CURE DISEASES OP  PATI8NT8 TREATED THROUGHOUT CANADA FOR HO YEARS  f^tggmmtammimmmmmmim 11^������ nam ���������*��������������������������������������� mmmtmammmaammm  ted in Canada and these have been replied to as fully as practicable,���������To give  you a better conception of the queries  and answers by this mail I send you a*  oopy of '"The Oxford Chronicle^1. -  'Ontario, Nova Scotia, "Nfew Brunswick  ���������lave exhibits in London but without  bias tne B.C. eshib.fc U d oidedly superior to and from the other provinces.  Queensland. Victoria, likewise are cater.  log for the BritiBh settler for whioh  hhoy have woll apportioned- offioes  ond  '.^a^iyait'itSviEfiCiBiw       *F������*%* *������r*S������  . SOVE;H^i������������iSJ STRAW-   '  - "*-" BERRY Pi A NT %?    ?;   s  Gnun to Chief Constable Black of Nelson who no doubt has already started  the Police wheels moving in the search  for the man.  -j I  O. J. Wigenof Wynndel has about  completed    the oleartng of a 12 acre  Competition forXeV University Bniid-  inga ta be erected at' Foiui Grey, near  Vancouver, Br$������h Columbia.        .    \ pjJZJfr^S.^JSSSS^.^S  The Government of British ^olnmbm J^^^^^^^^g������^  invite Competitive Plans for the, gener-1 .^S^^d^Sj^S^Sfe,  Bscheme^and design for "the p^pe^dj  new University, together with mos������ detailed Plans for the buildings to &*������&������  ted fLspt at an oatjita'U'ea eofi.af 4^500^  000 /L /  1 >   ���������        *��������� ���������*       i V  Prises>f $10,000"wUl be given for the  most eueeesiiful Designs" submitted.'  Particulars of the competition and  plan ot site may be obtained on request  from the undersigned.  The designi <o be seat in by July 31st  1010, addressed to        '* '  THB MINIS! ER OP EDUCATION,  ,.    Parliament Buildings,.      ..",,    '  Victoria, British Columbia.;  ���������-*������������������  ���������������������������-������������������ -    '        " "   -*���������*  ���������IKS  ���������!"'   'li).1"      I     ���������    i      ������ "���������  St!0 PSrz T fSSHJSAMS  ALL. PLANT* OUARANTRSB TO  out Owiau������ whore tboy huve douo buni'  uoB8 for ov������r 90 yoars. Taouiia-ads of putlentu  lmve boon treated and cured by tbelr RreAt  slcilland tlirouijh the virtue of Uicir N������%r  iVtotr.ua   ������t'uwiiuuiii.     >,J5v.j   jv>U   ..M.������ T.,.������  tlicm you know you aro deaUi'ic witU tospoa-  ���������Ible pbyBlQlnna an tiioy own and occupy  .. _... . ...  -.������,._ ....j.j,��������� ._ ^.j.���������_...   ���������*-nij  mnn-blfi nfis'Htnuts i������i ohnxtre iu Loudon.\tcaot which lies across, the O.  P. R  ":  *��������� ���������������������������",'��������� ���������"���������'v:-.p>,":i--";r..v  ��������� ' .- ������������������   ' - ���������-������������������' . ,-.���������-���������'���������"     '���������:���������: -::.;.-  Tims To Wak^ Up    ,      ������������������'��������������������������� {-jtraoks from his home.   Mr.  Wlgea m������  ^ .-��������� ;"'     . .'���������''���������'���������!,��������� ���������������������������        ������������������������������������'.. ���������  rocton it* '<������ receive tbn ittt-uii<-������*    ends pluittng tbt������ <iuct in clover fl s  ju<My tnpritH tli^u tc liohoovi s its rcei- jrtnu* uBiog considerable lertiiuor iu or-  in������ h to woo t hat iide.quinte proniiiienoV  d*jr to bnild the ground up us inuob a*  u^toiiifrto 'ho  district in tho vmiou* possiolo betore pUiitoiig iroeu.   Alter l.e  .'OVer������i<noiiti litor������'ure that is boiuK Hoitt ��������� haa brought it to tho state that   he de  .oredbroiidoist. . ' sees he will AH it with rows ot apple  Dr. de Van's Female .PBIto  ar: QevsifUts. The**  ���������,aU,ciieaiV.ttm������-Ulpnt. .A������ir, dt���������,__,_ w._ ���������,_ _.  i^L.  AL  tticlrown oiilco biilMingf in Detroit, Yalued  at*i00,0OQ. Wlion tlioy ilcoldo your cono in  ourabla. all yout worry is romoved for you  Unow tlioy Will not dccoha> jtou. Tliw  puaranteo to   cure  nil ournl'lb cpkou. Ho  For those who desire to invc8tig;t,tw  Vho oubjeot   would suRgest  that they.  miiUc nppUorttioii for tho various govern.  inattcr bow many doctorn Have tailed to.  nonoflt you; tio matter how much money  you luvro opunb In vain; no matter bow dl������������  twos.  A ,u umber, of the ranjhorin in the seo.  tiou'nre now putting in the days clear-  -nmit bulletins of B. O'a resources They I ig up additional pieooa of laud for use  cournned you way tio, don't nlv������ ������t������ 1n <!*���������������  "' 'lyottKCto fr*������ opinio    * "' ���������  olaluts.     It you aro ai  ���������lutclica of any eocrct Jin  y<  wuirui'lHK ivom (ho it-wulu* ot jJiift fndl������ci������  pair until you got a fm������ opinion fronvt1i������i������   'illits.    " -  * ���������"~*  mutter ���������poolol. _,.     ���������   within tliu clutclica of any eocrct liab  If you aro at prctant     anyeocrctliablttviitoh  iHaapplnrryourllto by ueRrooa; It you are  lions; it your blood lm������ hi-cit tainted from  ������\ny julvuto disunite and you dura notpisrryt  Jf you aro marrloU unit livti In dread of syinu*  ioms brealclrfr out and exponlnK your paint  tnmsbrealcirtr but and exponlnir . _..- .._-,-.  if youjiro������ufrorinK an tlie tftwtct^una*  ...   . . y'lF-youareourabUh  'youai   ,.  ���������pSnt llfo-Drt. K. * K. ������i'������ wait V  I^uy youc Cft.ii������> bcforuthvni<.-on>>>������'nUaj  R������fus������.  ally uwt  ouri"'  VOU CAN PAV WHEN CURED  CONSULTATION FREE  Book* Pro* on DUb������*a������ of Man. If unaM*  to call, writ* for ������ Qu������i������lion DUnk for  HOME TREATMENT  Wo Treat and Cur*  VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBltXIT,  BLOOD and UMNARY COMPLAINTS  KIDNEY ������nd RLADDElt Dltawfi*  -������od all I>1m������i*������ Peculiar to M������m  Dns.KENNEDY&iC���������l3^l!DY  (D0r. Michigan Av������. md GrfswoW St., Detroit, Mich.  n    mMinrni,   iMi #i<ff> ��������� iPa |?      All lottcm from Conndo what be addressed  HIWaiMBSWTiaUiWW ��������� H I ������������������jjj^ <_^ cur ^������������������irl'ni������   rnrr������M.t,nTwl������nri������. T������op������rl.������  wfWIQp mmaamaaawaamwm flientin Wiinbot, Out/ Jf you ile������ire to  m ������ce u������ iH.-4-iua-lly czll .-.tour MfdJcal In-Htnie in DotroSt as w������ seo <uu\ twit  Q no patient, iu our Windsor oOicce which nro f������f ^n^H'0������denc������ and  Pi Laboratorv for Canadian -buBtaesB only. Addwss all ���������letters as follows:  || DRS. KENNEDY tit, KKNNfcUir, winosor, uw.  .   *tJuwitJfk'ftm*  rkiiw* ���������iM'uiilii kitliiluuii.    i   - ir inn iiiiiiii'iili'l in I i I TP*'  will find that nnyreferouoe to Creston  in of scaut dlmens o i.-���������A out of the ex-  hl it at Cmnhrnok with O. P. ltiel and  Krad Blmpson in the fofeground, a  Htatoment regarding Wigens' strawberry  culture nn<l Brooks tomato; crop comprised about tho total of Oresto n items  in all the publication:*. Crestan's worth  tiouu uot i-c'<iuu<) any H^Ving, but,, it it  latobi made known, pubiioity of tho  filOU Irt'OHfBUtlal <'���������      -y.  .! Marvli j/lftlj!  Slnco pnnning the previons  linos a  lutor edition (1011) Agrloultnro 1ft Brl-  'tlsh    C. Inmbii   ha������ boon  ronnivi������d nnd  Cnuiton roooii/ON ovon soautf r oonsidora-  liou limn Iu 11)10.   By the ������ uuo until ns  this summer. Tho Improvenmeut in tbe  Creston district is going steadily ahead  as a result.  Fred Jensen who was In the block  smith bunineas in Creston in former  years has routed the shop of W, K  Brown for the year. He camo to Ores-  ton Wednoflday and olonnd tho doal. Mr.  Bro^rn la giving np tho s mp so that le  aundovotehis eutlire sttoutl'ii 'o hb  run di. Mr, Jeimen has been vmuuIuu  in Nolflon siuoe leaving Crculion  Cannot  Learn  From a Book  Tlicrc is only one right way .to learn how to raise poultry, an<H makje  it pny froiir the start; and that is to learn fwm'expiefts who have been  through it oil. *   ;������������������.���������'���������. .,.  , This is exactly the?klntl of instruction the International Correspondence Schools olfcr you. ���������This is NOT a book scheme,? nut a home Course  of practical lesions,��������� reprcsentjng the lifelong experience of the most sue-  cesflful poultry ruisieram the worU,   0 rr,'..  , Tho Course hicludca cvcrytfhlfik pcrtftiainjf to. successful poultry  raising: How to select most profitable breeds; feedfyg; marketing egge I  and poultry for profit: natural and artificial brooding; natural and artl*  ficlal incubation; laying hens; cofl&blnatlon plant; ^poultry appliaucesi  enemies of poultry: diseases ot poultry; poultry hou������������< and m*nsg������m������nt;  turkeys; water fowls; squsbs; etc., etc.  ��������� What makes the Counw particularly valuable js tho fact that tlie  I. C. S. is associated with tho largest .poultry farm.in the world-r-the  celebrated Runcocns Farm, at Brown's Mills, In-tho-Pines, N. J., famous  for its fine Rancocas leghorns and DAY-OLD-CHIX, and whire 30,000  fflrC" nrf* marlmtcd ovory week.  The 1. C. S. has spent thouHamlu ot dollars in preparing this bourse���������-  tho only one o������ its Kind���������a CouW'o  limmtmmtjmwMm  Chief Constable Black of Nel������o������ i-p^in  Tuesday in Sirdar.  k������Vy*rlt������������lo'r ourprivuiuuMuruuu.  MMawaMMaMaaMMMNwakMMMINIIBMMMM  n  that you stin mastor and apply,  ioiTie,:whothcr you live  j. duburbs, or countr..  that equips you to hnndfo ��������������� ft*whe"n5  your own hOITlC'Vvhothcr yo*U Jive iu     I   |nfnmatlnii������l f nrraf ������������������l>nwa Wrtaula   I  iho city, suburbs, or country,.and   X\^*~1SS^^?^^^ *  u  i.uim ouiuoM y������>a imuuiurouoivonyuio iuo * i     uruy jjovvcuuora in  unvnuj,  ������������������>* huiiwi  i>jaiM i i yvaiiii .v.i/ uUiiuju. c.������ 0'jii.u     a * ������iuoe ttiuiug yum tea.  ���������  II  or manage'u largo poultry farm.  This Course will help you juat an the  many other T. C A, Courses havo  helped thouspndft of men and women  in other walks of life. (  The oUnclicd couj������oii win imiig  you descriptive circular of this Rrssat  FouUry-KaUiuK CuU*wv. Till ������t l������  and mail it today.  box raj ScraatOD, Pa.  ������ .^ ., f)������������f<) i������������������iJ' mtffr.e,. ������*rf wfMout fitrtMr   J  ��������� *liUirUl<>S ������������mxtp������it. cJ'������u1������������ (���������������������������cr|M������f ������k������   v  ��������� ������������������U������ttm*tfiMV&'������'������*.   i ...      '   -v*  ��������� *  Shrmr"  j*^.tv'av..  *���������  ��������� ���������      . ..,-  * j-vj_  *****  -U  Write  Thomas   Jtartta,   x>Urmet   nepis���������awmve,   jtwm*-, ������.   w.  -A  mm  iMiiiiiifaiiiiii  ' ^&tk'(M&&My>&t&.UStib!&V!t&.ii\  ",V  "^  ^l^'j'���������**,W*^^i^*,i*^t*^^���������^^^^  *m*\mm**mm**kH  :.s-< ���������������>  ./"iv'iSf  $:  $L}..\\\  k THE   CBESTON   REVIEW,    CBESTON,-   BO.  K*i'.  w.  M  \r  1^ Weighed the Argument.   ^ ImAD-TEI  VJI* &TISFB  . . VViifn  Char'es  A. Dana vv������?������s at ti������e j l������f****%'*'������������������'    !;ti;aa.aiS5s  grauuaie   01   tui'm-u   ������ao  ������"������������h"i!i  i<-������      4iaaIiWA.2il*.-&V     ti&uisssus-:  the reviewing of books.    One of the'  first handed him was a massive vol-  Victims Can  Cure   Themselves  With  Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills.  I Iii!! ir^^^^^^^r^P ii I  PIAKfcS LKjH I  "E BREAD.  EFUSE SUBSTITUTES  ume purporting to be a life of Napoleon, written by a college professor.   1  The young reviewer had. is it ban- With the coining of Mare** people  pened, specialized on the life o������ Na-, who are afflicted with rheumatism  poleon under a great authority at his j begin to have unpleasant reminders  university and he thought hut little j of thru trouble. The weather is  of the effort that was submitted t- changeable���������balmy and springlike ono  him by his editorial chief.    He glei > ) day. raw, cold and piercing the next, j  THE  Annual Meet'ng Held   at   Head   Office. ' 24   King  St.  Toronto.   February 21st,   1912.  West,  In connection with the Annual Report It may be stated that there was  a decrease in lire losses of $55,100.34 as compared with the previous  year, the losses paid by the organization since its formation, $1,091,848.90;  it wrote last your 112.'150 policies, and since organization 184,050; Security  ed'ovcr the iUtVsTratloVs7iaid*the%o'ok i U^is such buddei" ^ImYiges" of'weather ! to Policy Holdbis $J0S.2������2.t>3 an increase-of more than $30,000 over last  aside, and turned in this comment.- | that sen  the  pangs and tortures of i year's. *"���������* euriiy.     Considerabl  Announcing the  Engagement  "Miss   Upperton.  are you  engaged  to be married to Count Nocasli':*'  "There is absolutely no truth in the  runior. Ma.ie. show the gentleman  the ring and ^ive him-a photograph."  urn  Satckly stops couch*, ca������������ c������Wf- *���������������*!���������  The noDulation of Russia oh January 1. ID'lO. was ..-16.Q.748.400, au increase in jibout 13 years of 33,iS>0,000.  And this "'in spite of war,-cholera and  famine."; -  ;  Mtnard's Linirrrent Reifves Neuralgia.  All Interested.  "Is. .your bookkeeper's'heart in his  office 'work?*'  ������������������'Everybody's, heart i.3 in the office  work, since the blonde uteuogi apher  came."���������Kansas City Journal.  Could Hardly Live for Asthma.  Writes one man who after years of  suffering has found complete relief  through Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthnia  Remedy. Now he knows how needless has been his suffering. This  matchless remedy gives sure help tc  all afflicted with asthma. Inhaled  as smoke or vapor it brings the help  so long needed. Every dealer has it  or can get U.for you from bis wholesaler.  As an example *.-in municipal water  supply, although 15,37-5 more consumers were supplied in London in 1916  than in 1-90S. the average dally consumption''-n-as. 3,000.000 gallons less.  "Life of Napoleon, by V\oi. ooatid-  So.    This book weighs n-ne pound5,"  Mr. Dana read the review ^nd vo;  for the Cornell man.  "Did you write this review?" he  growled.  'Yes. sir"  i     "Did you read tho bock?*" growled  Mr:   Dana. With a  fiercer look  than  before.  "No. sir.   I weighed it,"  "That will do." growled the chief.  Then he sent word downstairs to  the cashier to raise the young man's  salarv.  rheumatism  pangs  lumbago  and     sciatica  The wages earned last year by  Spanish settlers in South America  amounted to- llO.ooo.OOO pesetas, or  ahnnt S25.000.000 accordinsr ro a- state*.  ItieilL      XJjr      llid      *. Jill. cx.lt,       ^.,i������u.     ..A     Ml...  dca.  - - m !   font        Ths"*    ' n������ ���������������������>������ f* * nv   is?*  But it must be borno in mind ! vunt-     * "\  *������������������'   ~������  out Canada.  ble   addition  to the  stock  was made,  and the  su'.e of an additional lft.eoa sharr** is authorized  at  a  premium of  20  per  tfitiard's   Liniment  Cure*  Burns.   Et&  "- Illiteracy.  The term "illiterate" includes all  persons at least 10 years of age unable to write their own language, a  majority of them being also unable  to read. In the United States, Including aliens, negroes. Indians and Mongolians, 106 in every 1,000 of population 10 years of age or over are illi-.  terate. The last reports on illiteracy ! Japanese army officers are testing  are not in, but according to the last j a new bullet-proof coat just invented  46 qf every 1,000 of our white native } by a native. It is said that bullets  born over the age "of io'"could "not * fired from a revolver at a distance  i-sad or write. The gr*>afc m-ubrity of i of 25 feet make only a slight dent in  such, illiterates are found along the 1 the coat-  Appalachian mountain range and Iu I :...:. -���������,.' , ���������. "fT  the remote plney -woods of .some of j           Sjmc WaltowVat The Table.  Sweet and palaiabla, pother  Grave's Worm Exterminator Is ".acceptable to children, and it does its  work surely s  our Southern States, where the dist-,     Tno   customer^  ;had-Sraited  ^^  ance and the scarcity of the popuia-1 n,������QUles f������r the fish ih* had ordered,  tion  make  Public  schools   weli   nigh Liie v--*=  ^rvotiiet as he sat  mere,  impossible.���������Christian. Herald Alman-) nur internally there was a -seething.  s.c7 "���������'���������-      '- ;"   -.1 '  .\t the end of the sixteenth minute   ���������:���������:������������������ " "' i" the waiter, who h  The ancient Greeks would grant ������. i-iij>se for Sfteen and  i>ut their laws wdaTdrbusUed up. .   ..  unge'r j     -That  fish will be here, sir, m five  They j minutes." - . ���������     -  *>=d been in totai ec-  a half minutes.  Getting the News.  The young girl sat In her bedroom  with a novel. Her hair was down and  her feet were in red slippers. SSTow  and then, extending her white avins,  shta yawned.  You see. it wa3 very late, and downstairs in the parlor her older sister  (was eutortainlug a young tnan.   She  ] naturaiiy iwit ������, tteep interest ������u the  entertainment.' ... She  was   waiting  to  hoar how it would''terminate.-.':'. ���������,���������:'���������.'���������.  And at last there -was a sound; in  the hall.'a crash as of a 'closing door,  and it was plain to the impatient girl  that the young man had gone.     v;  She-threw'down'her novel and, run-'  ning forth, peered over the balustrade  rtr>i-vn into the. hall's intense blackness.  "Well. Maude," she said, "did you  land him?"  There was, .no immediate: reply-" to  her question. There was a silence, a  peculiar silence, a silence with a certain strained quality in it. ; Then a  masculine voice replied:-���������  "She did."  man a divorce,  iitTi,-  T-firiT.it  him  to fflarr"-  woman than the divorced, wife,  were not.' so  slow.:���������Courier-JbarnaL-  " There is nothing; the matter  ���������with   my- skin,   and   I  thought  Cuticura Soap, was only for skin,.  troubles."    True, it is for skin  troubles, but its great mission is  to fire-vent skin troubles.     For  more than a generation its delicate emollient  and prophylactic  properties have  rendered it the  standard for this purpose, while  its extreme purity and refreshing  fragrance give to it all the advantages of the. best of toilet soaps."  It i3 also invaluable in keeping  the hands1 soft and white, tlie hair  live and-'.glossy; and  the  scalp  free from* dandruff and irritaiion.  While ils'first cost is a few cents  more than that of ordinary toilet  soaps, it is prepared with such care  and of such materials, that it wears  lo a wafer, often outlasting several  cakes of other soap, and making  its use, in practice, most economical.    Cuticura Soap is sold by  druggists and dealers everywhere,  but the truth of these claims may  be demonstrated without cost by  sending to "Cuticura," Dept. yM,  Boston, U. S. A., for a liberal sam-  plecukc, togcthcr-.vith a thirty two  page book on the skin and hair.  \     Five  minutes  e'anseil  liiree  times  ; Then the waiter bustled up a^ain.  i    '"The fish will    be    here, sir, in a  ������������������j minute."  |    "Tjive customer turned'to him.    "Tell  I niev" he said quietly, but with a cer-  "���������.vln  emphasis,    "������������������vhat.    bait are you  j using?"���������St.  Louis  Republic.  It has been left to the Chinese to  teach us how the tons of banana fibre  thrown on the rubbish heap every  year can be converted into banana  cloth by a process so simple as to be  Quite within the reach of the natives  of India. At present a roll of banana  cloth five yards long and one yard  wide pells for about 55.70.  going  that aithongii weather conditions  start the pains, tho trouble is deeply rooted in the blood aud^can only  be cured through the blood. All the  lotions and liniments in the world  can't c������re rheumatism. Rubbing may  seem to ease the pain while you are  rubbing, but there irs \aute ends.  Only through the blood can you cure  rheumatism. That's why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills havo so many thousands of cuics of this troubhvto their  credit. The now. rich blood which  thoy actually make drives out the  poisonous add, and rheumatism Ib  lanaiiishod. Here Is an exatnylo. Mr.  NV. C Douglas. Wobbwood. Ont.. says:  "1 was attacked with inflammatory  rheumatism, which spread througii  my entire system. For two; months  I was not ablo to go about, and seemed to bo hovering between life ano\  death. My. joints were: swollen and  my h?ga and arms twisted, until I expected that they would never rbturn  to their normal shape. The doctor  seemed to help me. but hot to cure  wo, n-"d I would be better one day  nv* ^ the next.    At this time a  F; ugly urged me to try Dr.  V ''ink.Pills and I got a dozen  bo oon    after 'beginning    the  pills there was a change tor the better, and 7 continued using the pills  until I was. quite-���������'.wOiLV'agaim The  swelling dioappeared from, the joints.  My limbs-returned'-' to the natural!  shape and I feel as if Dr. ������������������.NViUtarns''  Pink Pills have saved me from being  a .rheumatic cripple. I hope my experience may prove a blessing to  some other sufferer."        ~  If you suffer from rheumatism, or  any other disease of the blood, begin  to cure yourself to-day with 'Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills. Sold by all medicine dealers or by mail at 50 cents a  box or six boxes for $2.50 from The  Dr.    Williams'    Medicine Co., Brock-  vultr,   vyUC.  ropsoacnted in every placo of importance through-  Receipts.  Accumulated Ucser\o, Jan.  1. 1911 $128,045.35  Premiums     334.2P.G.13  Interest         8,900.36  Payments on capital siock  and stock piemiuum laatj  comnilssions. cash $3,310.00  notes $&,U35.00            8,935.00  $-180,166 84  Cash on hand and in bank  Net. premiums in course of  collection     Bonds,   debentures,    loans,  bills, receivable   Sundry assets   Uncalled capital   $20,329.86  21,381.20  208.P50.02  27.078126"  149,172.50  Expenditure.  Losses and adjustment ex-  $121,974.49  re-  penscs    Cancellations,   rebates,  Insurances     106,841.16  General expenses, including  CGrniinwHioim ...   ...   ...      94,465.56  Balance     156,885.63  $480,166,84  $426,517.84  ..T.tnKiUi-los  Reserved     unearnei"     premiums    $150,788.00  Reserve,     for    unadjusted  losses  .....   .,., .7,359.'5.  Reserve, for future *pU'ns 4.134.!c*  All other current liabilities 6J61.12-'  Surplus' to   policy-holders 257,474.63  $426,517.84  Capital paid up r.. .'   Security to Posfcy-holders.  5112.628.  Pull Government Reserve ^provided a 8 above ...  Surplus brought down in excess of requirements  Total Security   Security shown for 1910   Increase for 1911   $150,788.00  257.474.63  $408,262.63  378,045.35  S30.2i7.28  IffMDiiM  In 1909 the telegraph and telephone  companies, together with similar concerns'that use electric wires in this  country, expended over - "ftft "���������" ?  the purchase of poles.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Have   used   MINARD'S  LINIMENT  for Croup; found nothing equal to it;  euro cure.  CHAS. E. SHARP.  Uawkshaw, N.B., Sept. 1st, 1905.  The wind-bags who try to convince  you that you've lost your nerve have  got theirs with them; only it's of a  j*Hffer-ent.  kinrl.        - '    ��������� V'  i-sneied  There was a bachelor who had  courted a young lady for a long time  without coming to the ^oint, and one  evening in leap year, the young lady  being very musical, he took her to  a concert.  The orchestra played No. 6. a selection that seemed to the bachelor very  beautiful. He bent over his companion and whispered.  "How lovely that is! - What is it. do  you know?" '  "It is the 'Maiden's Prayer.'"  And at the same time she handed  him her programme, pointing to No.  6 with her finger.  He read and started, for the real  name of the selection was "Mendelssohn's Wedding March." The bachelor bought the ring next day.  The following were electes Directors  Thos. Crawford, M.P.P., President; Chas.  dent; A. Taylor. Gait. 2nd Vice-President;  dent; His Honor Judge Morgan,  VV. R. Tudhope.  for the ensuing year;���������Hon.  C. VanNormanV 1st Vlce-Pr'esi-  J.   M.   Queen,   3rd   Vice-Pres'-  D. Hibner, W. Vandusen, David Carlyle, s���������  WM. GREENWOOD BROWK.  Gen. Manager.  .rff^-B-TT-W"^     "H"* T ^^i TTTinn  In all cases of  The Man of 45. ,  "Among the men I hire, nine out of  ten aro better workers at lc. yoars  of Hge than are men of 25 or 30," declared the secretary and. manager of  T'iiS  rjiiiii of -15  or thereabouts is in the prime .of iifc,  physically and menta-'y- Men of mature years are more reliable, he avers,  more trustworthy, and are not apt to  be possessed of, that restlessness aud  indecision which so often characterizes youth, and Which leads younger  men continually from one position to  another. The average young man in  business, he .holds, is always seeking  a "soft snap" job, and is not content  with sticking it but with an employer  through thick and thin until his ser-i  vices become highly valuable and perhaps indispensable.���������Business Magazine.  DISTEMPER,  PiNK  EYE,   INFL.UENEA,  COi-DS,   ETC.  of all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions.  Is to    .  ������������������:v t~Z?JSL V/ili^l     XOXLlfl.  on their tongues or in the food put  Spohn's. Liquid Compound. Give the ro-  tnc.dy.'.'to a!! of fiieim. It acts on >the  blood "?\nd glands', tt <'c,it.,s t'^o <ii������<->.-i'<('  by't-xpellinjj the'diseasi-" s^rms. Jt winds  ofC the trouble no''-mutter ho'w. "Uh*v aip  "pxiir.sfd." Absolutely fiv'i; from anything- injurious. A child can saf<dy t������k������  it. 50o and ?1.00; S5.50 and SI 1 '���������<' lh'->  do^en. Sold by drugsfsts ^.nd harness  dealers. .    .  DistrlbutorB-.  All   Wholesala   Druggists  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.  Chemists: ana . Bacteriologists  GOSHEN,   IND.,   U.S.A.  WOMEN IN ALL  PART������_0F CANADA  TELL   OF   THE    HEALTH   DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS BRING  There are 3.000 canary'��������� bird   breeders, in Norwich, England;  Too Late.  Richard   Harding  Davis., at   a  luncheon  in   N'ew  York,  illustrated  with  a story a literary crftic^a i������nornno.n.  "llo  is as ignorant of letters,"  ho  said, "as Aunt Tahitha was of betting.  "A young New Yorker took his bucolic  Aunt'Tabitha to the races.    At  tho end of the first, race he said:, "  "i think, aunt. I'll put a V on Po-  , dnsokus at 10 t.o 1.'  " 'Oh,  but you're too Into, nephew,'  said   Aunt   Tablt.ha,   glancing   ut  ,her  old-fashioned     watch,    it's     10  to  2  |11ihv,'"���������Loss   Angeles   Times.  I -,,  W eil3 Weill  THIS i������ a HOME DYE  D^-^JLha1, ANYONE  TO   CURE   A   COLD   IN   ONE   DAV  TaU������   LAXATIVK   UttOMO   yulnlno  Tab-  li^is.     1ji uiiiiihit,  refund  uiom-y   if  it finis  io cure-     Lu.  W. IJllOVE'ti bitnaiuiu lu on  tucit    UuS..      -u".  ^"^fJ^l dy ed A LL .ihuao  "^t���������?~M> D1PFERENT IttMDS   '"."**?   ( >        of Goods  ^^i^ tslfh Jhc.SAME l>U������.  r I used  It  Often   Happens.  "I plica's I gnl a lltllo ton gay," nd-,  milmd the landlord.   "I Wouldn't paint  1 :, doors'.i'i) for tho'old: tenant,"  i     "And he moved'.'" ���������  | "lie mbv^d; ami now 1 vp got to  I paint tin- I'lUini houHi' hel'oro I can  ! get a new tenant."���������Lnulsvillo Cour-  I li-r-.luuniul.  I "1 liopiv you liked tho pie, Henry?"  ! viMituretl ii young wll'o, easting an  '���������iiivImiih ivhincc iii her hiiKhiind noon  ; -il'ii'r dinner I bei-tlowed great pains  I on the eriirtt." "I iliouylit you did,  i i; V ib-.ir." lui uald; "for,I've not the  [ p;ii:i>i   ii"vv  . t ������������������  I Kiu'laml lni|������������rt(i(l from continen-  i tut eor.nlHen IiihI yenr nineteen nlll-  | lion "great liundredH" (KMD of okc:,*.  ,,, which Uiuuihi liiipplicd !".J per c :ir.  'and the ������vernF!'' prleo of which .-wi������*  I'I''1.!   p<*r cent, ivbovi) ihut uf thirteen  I   V l-ill H    ilKO.  Thn federal goviiiiiiiieiit uwtia' Hfi  bird t.-ritrrvatloiiu in dlliV-rco! -..ir!;. ������,.'  Hie   i'nlled   St at "ii.  i  O Lit Aw *wi*i Sir.:PL������ to 'Jsc !  S������...   .......     ?.,..!,.. tl.,1 ���������*f,<*M������7 ������������������������������f.#H.������������'l������������������������������l  toMkMl������������>l������������.     All ������..!.... II.������|  lll������  jn������n.o><-K>> ���������������>>..  A  ������ rotor.    All toll).* i,i������,,. ...... >'.ui.a-.> ...������  r>..,.,     I'H������>R Crtl������r CmfA������*4 StYtHV lio.^lol l������,|  iP  W. N. U. No. 991.  Clly Editor���������Ml. Slnis!  .--inuu   inio  ni|ic,M.. i      .���������.,,,  .....    '-��������� ��������� ������     /������-������    M,���������     l.olftl  mid interview tho mngnuto nnd gel  hlH denial of I ho Interview iu the  mime       Ktoot  now!-Judge.   ���������  By taking Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  The .following letter from Mrs.  Orvillu Hock will prove how unwiso  it Is for womnn to submit io tho  danpers of a suvclcal oporatinn when  it may bo avoided by talcing Lydia  E. Pinkham'H VoKotalilo Compound.  Sliowrts fomrwookfiin ihohonpltal  aud cam������i Uoiuo Hufi'erhiG vvorno  than boforo.  Hero la hor own Htaicmcnt.  Paw i.'nw, Mich.-���������"Two yeiuw atuti  J. BirJterod very sevoroly with a dls-  iplacomont. I could  not ho <m my f cot for  a Ioiik timo. My  phyiieinn trouted  mo for wivuii inontha  without, much relief  and at lant sunt mo  to Ann Arbor for  tin operation T was  there four weeks and  ciimclioMr.MutToriufr.  worse than before.  My mother advincd   mo   to   try   Lydia  13. Plnlchnm'H VoRetabln Compound,  and I did. Today I am well and strong  and do all my own housework. 1 owo  imy health to Lydia K. Pinlchiun's  Vepfotablo Compound ami uilvlms tny  friends who aro ufilielctl with any  t'emalo coinpiaiiii; io try il."���������Ivim.  i Okviixk Hook, R. II. No. 5. l������aw Taw,  Michigan. , ,  If you are ill do not drupr along until  an operation is neconnary, but at onco  take Lydia K. innknama VugeLablo  ^ Vor^hYrtT v������ars It has hson th������ stan-  They Made a New Woman of Mrs.  Elie Amlrault Who Was a Victim of  Kidney Disease for Over a Year.  Amiraulfs Hill. Yarmouth Cc, N.S.  '���������-(Special.) "Four boxes of Dodd's  Kidney Pills made a new woman of  me." Those are the'words'of Mrs.  Elie Amlrault. of this place. They are  words that have been used again and  again by women in all parts of Canada who hav*5 suffered, arid who have  found relief and cure in Dodd's Kidney Pills. ��������� "  .'  "I suffered for over a year from  kidney disease," Mrs. Aiu-jrault. continues, "Nothing I tried helped me.  Atiast some ono told mo to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. Roforo I had finished  the first box I felt heller. Four boxes  made a new woman of mo."  No remedy ever given to tho public  has brought health and huppinoHn into the lives of ho many women as  Dodd's Kidney Pills. This Is hocauso  nine-tenths of the ills to which women nro subject come from diseased  kidneys. ' No womnn who, uses Dldd's  Kidney Hi's can have diseased kidneys.   They always cure tho kidneys,  A SURE CURE FOR WOMEN'S DISORDERS  I Tea Bays* Treatment Fee������  ORANGE LILT la a certain cure for all dtsnrdsrs of women. It is appllet)  locally and ia absorbed into the sutterlng tissue. The dead waste matter !n the  rfw -������������������--- \.^mLmJm2izm#mMi:'- '��������� ' '-^-X congested region is expelled. gMW  17 ^eSi^S^^^SS^S!2^^;-.^ ���������^.������   immediate  mental, and 'physical,   re  lief; the blood vessels and nerves  are toned and strengthened. an<&  the circulation 13 rendered normaLi  bs this treatment is based on strict-!  ly scientific principles, and acts oa.  tlie actual location of the disease iu  cannot help but effect a cure of alt)  forms of female troubles, including'  delayed and pninfu\ menstruation,  leucorrhoea, falllmj of the womb,  etc. Price, $1.00 per, box, which Is  sufficient for ono month's treat-,  ment. A Free Trial Treatment.,  cnouph for 10 dn.ya, worth 3Go;|  will be sent Free   to  any   Butterbur  woman   who  will   sond  me   her  address:  Cnclose 3 stamps and oddreas.   MRS.  FRANCES  E.  CURRAH,  Windsor. Ont.  WANTED.  Telegraphers ��������� and Station Agents  wanted for now railways. Wages $50  to $75 per month to mart. \.  lallzo in this worlc. having railway  telegrrph wires and reguiur i>mu.,i  books for practical use. Free Book  19 explains worlc and wages. Day  and Mall Courses. Dominion School  Telegraphy, Toronto.   '        m  .        -          -���������������������������������������������  \    ,       ���������  ���������   I,,'  ���������  The Overdraft  "To continually;, sow nnd reap without replacing anything In the soil, is  much UUo a man having a bank account nt the beginning of his career,  but. who continually draws ohoijuos  acaliiiit Ida account, without thinkinr:  Io mako a deposit. The only romilt  In nn overdraft'���������a sterile noil."���������-Oon.  .LouIs���������llotha. Premier of tho South African Union.  Tho ties'usnd on the- Panama rntl-  rond are nuule of such hard wood  that. hoh'H have to bo bored for Hip  spii^oH iiml ii special form of screw  qplko usu'd.  Dreaming.  "There would ho fewer dlvorcos,"  mild "lllg Tim" Sullivan, at a hantiue.r  In New Vorlc, "If men treated their  \vlv������-H with .iliviolute ciiiiaJlty. There  ure too .niiiuy Jiushiiiida of Cholnionde-  loy'n alamp."  ;';A)i  (hinliwmdoley    blow  t.ho froth  from a liirgo glniis of beer one even-  l������;������,   n   I'i-UmkI   miid   Io  him:������������������  '���������'I hour you've had your pay rallied  C'holnioiidclcy.'  "*V(>h, but ll did me no good,' nnd  Choluiondclcy drained his kIiihs nnd  pushed It to lho. harlender for rellll-  Inor.  "'Did you no good? Wiiy note  I      t������l!l������������ H      III      llljr      ,,,^...,.,  Mercury,  Why  does    tialeksllver    run  away  when we touch It?  QulekHllvor Ib not ���������diver, hut It has  a nllvory appoariiiice. Tho strict,  chemical name lor it. moans water-  silver, snyn the Chlidron's Encyclopedia, hut. the name by which It. is  generally Known Ih iiu-rcury. Ciulck-  Hilvor Ih not a kind of silvoi", nor u  mixture of walor and ttilvor, nor anything else but Itself. It. belongs to  the group of the nietalfl. like gold and  tllver, lead, Iron and ho on, but It lu  unlike all other metals In belri������ Iliiiild'  at ordinary temperatures. Quloki'll-  vor is very heavy, so that ovon iron  and lend can Heat, on IL,  The tiny particles of quicksilver  have a |������i'eat attraet'loti for each other.  The reason wu cannot pick up quick  Hllvor hi that it hi liquid. Being a  liquid. It  ruiiH, an    water does, and  M',nt    i**    V'hvt       ������i(in������ir>MM       when    ll     111  touched.    Qulekwllvor waH dlHcovoi'od  more tluiii  ti.000 yearn ago.  PPlirl^giSS  :il/.. ^ 'glff'' ;7>.. ������������������!. v> y.'T*-,'. ��������� **-y^ '. ������������������'��������� 'T, * ,** * .^ **7: ^Vr-^  (TJi -ROYAU,TMAf������c ������  iHPRESSE!  >UTURE   SAILINGS  St.   John-Liverpool.  [.nkn  Manitoba       Thui'H.,  Mar.   2i������  KnipreHa of llrituhi- h'ridiiy. Apl. 5  Lake Ohiuiipliiln .... Thui-H., " 1J  KmprcsH of  Ireland      Frlduy,     "���������    ll)  l^iilu-  Manitoba       TIuuh,,      "    ix>  Summer Service.  Montreal - Quebec - Liverpool.  KmpresH of Tlritaln  .', Friday. Mny   3  l.nlo- Champlnln ��������� ...."ThurM.,  Muy    li  Kuipri'HH of Ireland  ..  Friday, May 17  l.ilUc   MnnlUiha       Tlun.s.,   Miiy  Z.\  J'JiiipreHH of lirltiiln ., Friday, May ,11  mid   weekly   Iberoaftor,  Low  R.itea���������Superb  Service.  HeHervntlouH  and. delnllu .fi'om   any  Uullway   A Kent   or  writ"  J. S. CARTPiR, Gen I.  Aot.  210  Portnflc  Ave.,  Wlnnlpcii.  mliiiwjmii������������������ wm '������ ���������' .wi-i.���������.W.--M."-:--,.'.-..v. i ,    '. p..  DIS13AS1BS OB MKN-f-Dtt.  DB5AN.  speolallst. r Collsgs St.. Toronto.  ^iSig^^^l^Igg;  .OTOTs miibif������vc.*,'TororiVo,*- Otilano   ��������� ���������:  "A    woman  straight'.'.  can't    drive    a    nail  I ,\OI'    SVll.ll    U    HllMlilM   *.     (..'.>.-.'���������.������    .       . ...  I ,.���������., ;.i,������rt 1ia������- n leit** bmwh nnn ������lv������ can  SHOES  l,m>k beiler, lit better, wrai  Innffer nnd (five better nntlMfAc  *.l^n lluin other mnlt<*(i Th^)'  me the reuult of G8 ycnrn' ne-  eVimulntort   lcnowledse   nnd   ex-  Hi������rlone<<i In linlldtns f-tlsh Oi'tnle  boon.      BtocUid     by     leadlus  Tis   JOHN   MoPHERaON   CO.,  luttmlOMf     MMIIl!li������.k,  i m  ummmmmmmtmam  ���������wSiMliMlM.WHIIU..'  ������.-\wf ff^all.BMrr-WWT'TO';!'. tM rv5��a.?^a-o.'^TSM'^I:I^'-:S^l^l^:;M'''^l^;:
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IVlinitersial Crisis is Said tc be IsnmiseKt, the Nation Being
Divided on Qwest ion ��>f Plan 5 60 Increase       v
The Army and Navy    5
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Berlin.���The   conflict ��� between   the I bis murh-npeded ��� rest and is back in
war and peace" factions in the 'government has become'so acute that the
foreign secretary, Her,r Von Kiderlin
Waechter, is reported to Tiave decided
to retire.   .
His "successor will be Count J. H.
von isernstorii, at present snjD&sss.-
dor to the Uniied States, according td
the' general belief here,. The Kaiser
has the highest Regard for the statesmanlike qualities of theipresent, representative of'. thV* riatlo��. *t Washington.    The rethement of .Herr Kin-
the capital
The nation is divided as a result
of the general discussion of the plans
to increase both the army and navy.
The chancellor has been denounced
as weak, because ha.has tried to keep
the expenditure restricted to the resources of rtie country/
in certain quarters it is Delieved
that the appointment of Von Berns-
torff to he foreign secretary will be
only preliminary to his assuming the
duties of chancellor. There is no
question but that the imperal authorities are not jn accord on Germany's
present    attitude " toward    England.
derlin Waechtor will not take  place , How serious the breach is. of course,'
for some weeks.    It was leurend that
��� he-had  agreed    that    he would  not
'   insist on retiring until after his majesty returns from Corfu.
-' , Tgie . imperial   chancellor,   Dr.   Von
JRetbtnann Holweig,  is also  tired  of
.   -the stDirte.    It is  opeialy  asserted  in
diplomatic   circles   that  he   told   the
Kaiser,he wanted to retire, but that,
like the "foreign secretary, he deferred ^actionountil the Kaiser had had
cannot be determined, because of the
policy adopted by the officials, but it
is known that a number of the highc-i
officials believe the government should
make it plain that it resents the tone
of the first lord of the British admiralty, Winston Churchill,'in his speech
in the hous^ of commons, and it is
likely this will be one of the first
matters token ud by the Kaiser when
he. returns from his brief vacation.
John U Willis Believes H. B. Line
cf Greatest Concern to The
-That the transportation
situation in the Canadian West is
desperate is* the view of John L. Willis, superintendent of. the Traders
BanK branches, who has jusl returned
irom a visit to" points in Saskatche-
' wan; Big River, Le Pa's and the Goose
River districts. Mr. Willis expressed
this view and suggested how the traffic situation in the West might be relieved. >He is strongly in favor of
the idea that Port Nelson will be de-
vpinnpil before Fort Churchill.
"i'travelled," said Mr. Willis, "over
the" Gcose Lake branch of the C.N.R.,
which  runs  southwest of  Saskatoon.
_This district, I observed was dotted
with " granaries " filled 'With grain of
good quality. But- there it hides, unable to be transported to markets.
"The farmers are desperate, and the
banks, too. If a bank manager threatens to seize* a farmer's wheat to cover
the latter'1? notes the farmer says:
'Go ahead, take it, but what can you
do with it?'
V'Now," continued Mr. -Willi***, "the
" immediate opening up of a railway to
one or the other of the Hudson's Bay-
ports is of the deepest concern to all
the farmers of the area tributary to
such railway, an area which really
at present seems t6 include all of Alberta and aii or -Saskatchewan, except the small south eastern corner.
Manitoba wheat would naturally j continue to go through Edrt Arthur and
fort William.
"Construction on the railway has
begun at Le Pas,, but it should also
' become active at Port Nelson, to car-
���fy out the semi-promise which I saw
In one Western paper, to move the
1913  grain  crops  over that  route  if
At all possible.*
"Those, who wonder whether Fort
Churchill or Port Nelson is the stra^
7 teglc point at present: may rest as-
���..'. Bured that the latter will be developed
first, for I believe that both will he
developed.    Pacts    contained in  the
��� engineer's reports, very largely favor
"Port Nelson." v
!���;       NAVY SOME GOOD -
'-��".   \'."-v"" .',-'.' ."" '���!���-'"���     y
Rainbow. Earned    $13,000    Capturing
..'���   Ottawa.���The!   Pacific    devislon of
' the Canadian navy, has been the
means of an addition slightly exceeding $*3,000 to. the consolidated revenue. Tho Rainbow, last summer
caught the Seattle-..ship Edrie poach-
.; ing Jn Canadian waters within the
three mile limit,." The Edrie was confiscated.; Her owners went to the
courts and endeavored ,to show that
the fishing had been 'done outside
the limit. The supreme,court of British Columbia recently decided that
the Rdrlo.was poaching arid ordered
the.sale of tho vessel by public auc-
,tion. The marine department received word that tho sale had brought the
, government- $13,000. >'
'" Many Antlcostl Wrecka. ���
Ottawa.���-Tho dijpartwent, of marlno
Mid fisheries Is preparing a, chart
showing the number of Wrecks of the
Island Antlcostl jfiih'ce> 1820. The
chart allows tho south coast to ho
elosely fringed with wrecks tho north
coast -and points off tho island also
bavinpr their share,, No fowbr than
one hundred and ton-ships are rooord-
od, aw having ���bocn lost on these
coasts. ���.-T-h��',. government has now
four modem HgliU on AnUoosll, .
Railway Subsidy, . i
Ottawa.���-The folio-wing', railway
.subsidy Ib announced:;     .
Guarantee* ot bonds or debentures
of tho Canadian Northern Alberta, not
to exceed $35,000 a mllo, for construction of a lino from a point 150 miles
west ot iSt. Albert, 115 miles, to tho
Yellow Head Paws.
Seal Fishery Outlook Unfavorable.
St, '.Tolih, Nfld.���Tho outlook* for tbo
annual seal fishery Bdason,, which
opened Is doeldodly unfavorable i.hu.8
far. .'" Boveral o* the' steamers havo
mot with mlshapi, according to wlro-
less despatches, and tho whole tileot
la beliovod to havo missed tho main
taonl herd.
Quebec  Government  Will  Grant $10,-
.000,000 For Construction in
Montreal,���The Stir publishes the
following despatch from Quebec:
"Before the end of the week the
government will iulruuuce teboiutions
~vr &.�����v >c.. lu.iiiwu uGutxis ior runway construction in this province. It
Is stated that the subsidies will take
the form of land grants to the railways, and of these it.is understood
that some will be convertible into
money later on under certain conditions.
"This, will be the most imnortant
legislation of the session, and it is
considered here to indicate that the
provincial elections are imminent.
"The government has kept the best
till the iast, and the secret has been
guarded with the most scrupulous
care. x\t the inoinsiit of wiping only
half a dozen persons or so know of
Sir Lomer's intention;"
Subject    of    Address    Before    Royal
/Colonial  Institute by F. B.
Vrooman.. ���
London.���At a well attended meeting of the Royal Colonial Institute,
F. B. Vrooman read a paper oil "British Columbia and the Imperial Outlook," in the course of which he said:
"The most vital world issue of today is the Japanese programme of
Asiatic imperialism.. It is impossible
to over-estimate the momentous nature of this issue to British Columbia
and to Canada, which Japan is coolly
occupying unbidden and unwelcome.
Canada, is a "prey to the disloyalty of
a few unpatriotic manufacturers* and
corporations which will /hav�� cheap
labor at the price of Canadian home-
ogenity. Japan is pursuing an unreasonable programme and plainly one
vvs cannot act-ept. Not satisfied with
having absorbed the whole ,of the
western civilization she now crosses
the Pacific and demands on our shores what &he denie's us on her own.
She is working feverishly towards a
policy of pan-Asiatic imperialism and
exclusion wbile she is laying claims
to equal rightb with the white man in
his own white world.
."There is no nation in the world
.-hi��.li resents more quickly any
sweeping influx of foreigners into her
land and in spite of this she continues
to pour cheap labor into the western
hemisphere and proceeds to raise a
hue and cry if we object.
'"The time has come for the whole
empire to co-opera+e in the imperial
naval progra'mme. It is with grief I
say that Canada is not doing, her
share. So far our efforts have been
a travesty. Some of us are ashamed,
but we have our little Canadians also
who are not empire builders, but dis-
entregos. We want the British navy
on the Pacific coast, and it must be
the imperial navy and riot the colonial navy.
"Our doing anything alone until
strong enough- to defend ourselves is
felly, which approaches a quality of
madness. The whole matter of the
defense of any part of che empire
must be considered an imperial question."
A, telegram was received during the
meeting from Lord Charles Beresford
expressing his regret at not being able
to attend and also his agreement with
Ivlr. Vrooman's views on rue naval
Trying ��o Raise A War
Scare���Consul Denies Yarn.
Montreal.���German Canadians,, who
are stili attached to tne reserve of
the" KuiSsr s army, and tust means
practically every able-bodied German
In Canada, are, it is freely stated,
making a very general movement to-
waru ljjc .& a^AAertan��.i, accing uuu6r Lne
firm belief that a war between Britain arid Germany is. inevitable and
only: a short way off.
""* ".The amount of steamship traffic to
German ports booked from this city
has proved an increase during the
past two weeks, not only for immediate sailing, but also for sailings
stretched over the whole summer.
Local men, who are close' to the German element of Montreal's composite
citizenship, state the the likelihood
of war is. freely discussed and that
business affairs here are being so arranged as to permit of a rapid exodus
to the scene of action should war be
'declared.-.' 'r':���'""
v At' the German consulate it was
stated that the departure of Germans
from Montreal for the Home Land
had nothing whatever to do. with the
possibilities "of "war"*with' Britain. It
was emphatically denied that any
| Germans now residing in Montreal
had be*en recalled by" the Home Government.
Government Railway Subsidies
pl.lHwa,���The    new    Government's
first budget of transportation aid in
the form *f ���*�����!!way and bridge uub
Ntrtlos    wai   hrouftijt   down   and    It
HiuuiiuLM to **~,\U4,4in>, uubsldles pro-
..IJ..4    0��-   >i iff   *...*i.,,    .: ��    ..   ,.      ,��. .
construction of which at tho maximum of $M00 a mile will Involve Government aid amounting to $21,071,200.
From a Half Million to be Spent by
Government In Aiding Agriculture
Ottawa.���-The first federal subsidy
to the provinces under the Bur'rell aid
to agriculture bill, will it is expected
reach the half million mark. The apportionment of this sum allowed provinces on basis of population will It
Ib'believed provide" enough for beginning and will prepare way for larger
expenditures next year under a more
clearly defined system. It. is for tho
purpose of working out a* scheme
which will bo aVpermanent basis for
future,"federal helps-,to agriculture In
the havnrul provinces that, 0, O, .lames
;entors Dominion Bovvice.
.The half-million to ho Bpentthls
year will give Ontario about $170,000,
Quebec, $130,000; British Columbia.
$527,000; Saskatchewan, $33,000; and
other provinces in proportion.   '
.'.'.'.; f     FENIAN  RAID GRANT8
Dominion Government Proposes to
Give $100 to Each Veteran.
Otta.wa;��-i-Tho government proposes
to give a'grant of $100 per head to
.veterans of the Fenian raids. Tho
announcement is'ln tho following resolution of 'which- notice has been
Klvon by .on. Bain liughos, minister
of mPi 1..1...V
/,"TJia1, It Is oxpedlent to'provide for
tho payment, of $100 to every person
residing in Canada rm tho date of tho
panning of an , act based upon this
resolution, who was regularly enlisted
and served with tho militia called out
foir actlvo aorvico In tho year lfi-SC
by tho governmont of Canada, Nova
Scotia or Now Brunswick, or In the
year 1H70 by the government of Canada "with tho exception of cor tain battalions of riflemen Tormed for service
iu tho northwest:"
Will Push Construction
i Edmonton.���Tho annnnncument was
mado hero b-y J. D. McArthnr, president of the Edmonton. Dnnvcgun and
BiUItdi Columbia rullioad, tliut one
hundred men will !)<*��� nut t��> wnru
opanlng up a line to the groat Peace
��.\_iv��.i ..o,Jk.��.��j i,i <irt- tv|�� ihki n�� repeats to have tho grado completed
beyond tho Athabasca river before
��jf.-Kt winter.
Report That Colony Was To Move Is
Denied   at   Magrath.
Magrath. Alta,���Considerable excitement was aroused here by a report
printed in the press that the Mormon
colony was to leave Alberta a'nd settle in Nevada so that the church could
control the politics of that state.
Prominent officials at Magrath, which
is one of the largest Mormon towns
;���    4.1,.-.     ,K"ll-->..*���     ������i^.,,.     _J^(5_,..!���    tT, ���    ^���
iu   i.lj.���   fijuci ia   i^uj.vja&j .   i *iti\^mis   cue   it"
port, saying that it is a fabrication.
They are emphatic in their 'statements that the Mormons are here to
remain and they have faith in Alberta
&s the best co!mtrv in the world to
make a home in. "The church is not
in politics," said an influential churchman. "Our leaders are opposed to
any union between church and state
because it would result in trouble
and become a menace. The report is
false. There is no ta vestige of truth
in it. The Mormon is as free-as the
Methodist or any other church adherent. We are in Alberta to stay. We
aim to obey the law and be true Canadian citizens. Our people/ have no
political aspirations in Alberta���all
ve want is a home."
London Has Plan to Devote Part of
Proceeds for Destitute.
London.���What ch#rity gains by
opening of cinematograph shows on
Sundays has now, been ascertained
by, a statement issued by the London
County Council. The scheme by
Which such places may be opened on
condition that the prolits are devoted
to charity,1 has been in operation for
six unonlhs; during which period the
sum of $31,0G0 has been handed ovet<
in the way of'profit to charities.
Thero are 1!>8 picture palaces open
under this arrangement. The gross
receipts were $278,010, which indicates that the people spend about $10,000
every Sunday l.r. this form of Sunday
amusement. The total expenditure
was $240,045, of which $60,395 .went
in wages. '
So Says Duke of Connaught at Meeting of Ottawa Humane Society
Ottawa.���"I think 'the docking of
homos' talln ia a rollc of barbarism.
The dealers may not agree with me���
the horses sell better, when they are
docked. I think it Is a shame to
deprive this dumb animal of tlie tail
which God has given it." This was
the declaration of. the Duke of .Con-
naught at tho annual meeting of the
Ottawa Humane Society to-day.
His royal hlglmdss also spoke
ntrongly against, reokloss driving and
overloading which tho humane aocic-
ty In fighting in this city. "I hope
there will grow up a strong nont.Imont
against reckless driving and overloading," ho continued.
��� _.,.. I,.  , I, _ _  ��
Made In Canada.
Toronto.���The Itinerary of tho
"mado in Canada exhibition train,"
which is to acquaint tho now citizens
of Wentern Canntla with the quality
and variety of Cunada goods has been
definitely decided upon. This tour
will commence at Montroal on May
15, and after spending a day each in
Ottawa, Toronto, Fort William and
Tort. Arthur, tho train will proueud to
Winnipeg. Leaving thore on May 23
It will call at ono hundred of tho
principal cities and tewnn la tho pro-
vlncos of Manitoba, Saskatchewan
wmi AHimi-Iu. I'mn'Mw; Winnlju'^ on
the return Journey about June 33 nnd
Toronto about, two d��y�� lntfcr.
Bank Note Contract.
Ottawa., ���i he Hon. W. T. vvlilto let
(Iim    I'OdlrHl-l     Ti��r    fliin       riAUf    1��aiw��     ftf
government, bank notes, postaio
mHniy* nmi Miiauu revenue iitamptj.
Tho American Hank Note Company
secured the contract for a period of
I nvs years, for 1400,000 ;��cr year.
umisur riifc
��� kuuriy   \^tx:ci(,r?-t>   i-��crvV   wniiCuii/
'" in Handling of Wheat
Winnipeg,���It is very difficult to
say anything new as to' .the situation
i in wheat. The markets have been
holding very steady with pretty fair
export demand. When'all difficulties
in the way are considered ji', seems
as if the crop of 1911 was fated to
develop new and surprising situations.
The latest difficulty La the handling
of it is the ruling made by" the chief
wheat can receive straight grade.
This is a matter entirely in'the hands
of the inspector and--th��3.,effeTCt' of it
is very widespread indeed.     '   '
There seems io be little doubt that
dried .wheat is quite eoual to straight
grade of 4;he saule Quality: in fact in
j-Iirj present year it is probably a little better, *? even grain which is receiving straight grade contains more
than the usual percentage of moisture
and will have to be more or less dried
before being milled. The vaiue of
this wheat for milling purposes is
thoroughly understood by Canadian
millers, but it is a new proportion to
old, country " millers and it will take
from a month to six weeks to establish a basis of buying.
The west had,a practical illustration
of this last fall when the Survey
Board, late in the season, saw fit to
make a change in..the grade of wheat.
Quite ^ix weeks' time was lost in getting this matter adjusted with the
British millers. At a time when even
hours count, it is not difficult to imagine how serious this order about
dried grain is to those, who have large
quantities of dried grain for sale.
The only way in which the driers at
either Port Arthur or Duluth have
been kept-going is for dried wheat to
be moved eastward as rapidly as it
was dried. Now it will not be possible to do this and, in the course of
a very few days at least, the drying
plants at both Port Arthur and Duluth
Distress Throughout the Industrial
Districts of Great Britain Has Become Extremely Serious���Government Issues a Circular to Locsl
Boards of Guardians to Render Assistance.
London.���Distress   throughout   the
industrial  districts    of    the    United
Kingdom because of the national coal
strike    which    has    thrown 1,000,000
miners and over 1,500,000 other workmen out of employment, is acute.
While delegates of miners and mine
owners are discussing with politicians
the  Minimum    WAge    Bill,    women,
children   and  workers  themselves  in
many   places  aic     suifcring   extreme
poverty,  and  appeals  are  constantly
reaching London, which appears ,to be
the least effected of the large cities,
for assistance.
The Earl of Horrowby, who has just'
toured   the   pottery  districts   in   Sta-
foi dshire. is asking    for    funds, and
pays that thousands of children in the
district are being fed from charitable
In this  region alone, twenty thousand  miners  are  on  ��triK& and lack
of coal has thrown out of work 60,000
potters,   to   whose   number   must   be
added thousands-of general laborers,
porters, railroad men and barge men.
whose livelihood depends on the out
put of the potteries.
Prevailing conditions in the B'rwash"
Valley,   that   great-hive   of   industry
stretching from Nottingham to Chesterfield, serve as an example of conditions elsewhere.    Here 75 per cent.
of the workers in all trades are idle,
and   unlike   the   miners,   these   men
have no strike pay; their families are
thrown onto, charity.
The mayor of Ilkeston, "ie largest
town in the valley, received app ica
tions from no fewer than 400 families j will   De completely - tied  up and  will
,for aid, and in one of the elementary j have to cease operations unless'some
fresh adjustment is made.
Tne inspector has put himself on
record for saying he does not consider
dried wheat as good as straight grade.
This is a matter of ooinion and the
cnief grain inspector is entitled to his
opinion, and he exercises that right
at a time when th���� wy-pression cf an
opinion is a very serious "matter To
all. concerned.
FOR  MARCH  31, 1912.- J ���*��_
mam ^ ' uMl (        . m-bStlfiiLi 4 iitiL      4fLtlS/?��
iext or tne Lesson, a Comprehensi^ei;?'*'
Revrew���Gofderi ^--Te-xt/lff \
schools out cf six hundred pupils. 400
are being tended.
Wales is suffering equally with
England. Only three tin plate mills
are working in the whole country,
and every other industry is affected.
The cotton mills are closing gradually t.h'roughoht Lancashire, and the
last cargo of coal has now been shipped from Newcastle to the south of
England. What railway traffic returns are available, for the past week,
show a decline of receipts amounting
to $810,000 in addition to $2,500,000
for the previous week.
The goveTitinent has issued a circular to all local boards cf;guardians
suggesting  co-operation  with  all  au-
���f Tis\T-*i,'rvc��o ;   �������������� ���*����� *-3     ��s n-Dvt /���*���? Ad     oKIn   :+r\    ooQiar
in the exceptional-distress arising
through the coal strike and empowering the guaTdians to find work for
the unemployed.
The distress in South Wales has
become extremely serious. Nothing
like it has been suffered s'nee the
strike of 1890. ,At Cardiff, 20,000 men
are idle. At Swansea and other ports
ana towns the mayors-and councils
are overwhelmed with apoeals for relief.
Canadian Northern Engineers Obtain
Almost Dead Level on The
Western Slope.
Vancouver, B.C.���Across the Rock-'
ies at Yellowhead. Pass and over Al-
breada Summit, separating the watersheds of the south fork of the Fraser
river and the  North  Thompson, >the
Canadian  Northern   railroad   haV secured ; lower  grades than  those  possessed by any other trans-continental
railway in Canada or the United States.    .      :'.' '��� '   '���'��� ��� ��� ;    '   ';   ���
y This is the* main feature contained in a report submitted to' T. H.
White, chief engineer of the Mackenzie-Maun system, by W. I. Bassett,
who was In charge of the engineering
party engaged on permanent location
iu that region during the pant' nine
months. Mr. Bassett reached the
city after a roundabout trip via Edmonton.      ,
According to the report of Mr.'Bassett, the line west from Yellow "Head
Pass down the .-western slope of the
Rockies to Cranberry Lake, a distance
ia 50 miled, will have a maximum
grade of 7-10 of 1 per cent.
.. Theae gradeB for practical purposes
virtually constitute a dead level and
will enable tho railway, company to
operate loaded trains of 50 or 00 ears,
by one locomotive in either, direction
over the summits. This will moan
economy of fdel and reduce general
operating charges to the basis that
obtains on the prairie divisions.
On the ascent to Yellowhead Pass
from' tho Alberta foothills another
Canadian Northern engineering party
was successful in obtaining maximum
grades of 5-10 of 1 per cent or an
elnvntlnu of about 22 foot per mllo.
These resjilts surpass those achieved
by the engineers of tho Grand Trunk
Pacific which haR hitherto enjoyed
the record of having the lowest grades
across the Rookies. For a distance of
18 miles down the woatorn slope of
the backbone of the continent, the
Grand Trunk P.ncilie has a maximum
gi'ade of 1 per cent, duo to the fact
that there is a long ana gradual rise
from tho south fork of the Fraoer
rlvor at Tote Jaanu Cache, Near that
point tho I'QUto of .the rival railway Ib
located several hundred feet up the
side hllH in order to make allownnee
for the ascent southward to Alhreada
utirn-u      '���'   ��� -r���    ���>���-������
U.S. Invites, Canada to Discussion.
London.���Information has been officially received hero from Washington that the American government
has Inquired of Canada .whether the
latter Is disposed to discuss a co-or-
dlnntlon of banking laws. The Dominion,. Government Is consulting Imperial opinion here.
For Alberta Missions
Toronlo.���-Tho Itov, Dr.  Buchanan,
superintendent of the mlsnion  helots
iu A inert a. who hut* boeu hem for Mm
l*��t  >..����|p    %����  ���iiiro<*<*(1<vrl   in   ���*>oivvl��'��-
over 30 young students to volunteer
Tor woru m A inert a ior next tan.
These young men will probably complete their tlieoloKlcul course In the
mtuv Allitii'U Cullfcfce.
GERMAN PRCcc <-im ^unn/��u., .
First Lord "Trying to Go��d Brick
Germany?"" Asks  Post.
Berlin.���If Winston ChurchiH hoped by his speech in the British House
of Commons to induce Germany to
abandon the .proposed strengthening
of her navy, he win be disappointed
by the comment of the German papers. Not a single paper Considered
this alternative. A few ultra-patriotic
organs indulged in the usual abusive
reply, but comment generally was restrained though firm.
The sixty per cent, standard constituting the British ratio of re?; construction above that of Germany, proposed by Mr. Churchill, has a surprisingly wide acceptance, but it is
repeatedly pointed out that Mr.
Churchill's figures are deceptive; and
would worlc out in realty to less than
2 to 1.
The "Post" referring,to this say's: ���
"Mr. Churchill is attempting to gold
brick Germany."
This, though more politely, seems
to be the attitude of the Admiralty.
Belated' Efforts of Congress to, Prevent Americans Moving' North
Washington.���The efforts of the department of commerce under President Taft's direction, to. stop the* emigration from the United States, (o
Canada are soon to be'supplemented
by important action by congress..." The
committee'on public lands has made a
favorable report upon the Borah bill
which makes tho homestead Taws of
this country more liberal for .the settler than are the laws of Canada. This
bill, has already passed ihe senate.
Its enactment into law is a matter of
a few weeks. Close..students..of the
question, however, think this belated
effort will not bo very effective.
Discover Ancient Ruins.
Naples.���Highly, interested discoveries have been made in connection
with tlie excavations. In the ruins of
Pompeii. A street leading to the
Forum, which was closed at both ends
by stone pillars for tlie purpose of
excluding carriages, now proves to
have been one of tho chief Ihorongh-
faven of the city. It. Is lined with
Bhops., tho Walls of which show inscriptions and marble tablets which
aro well preserved. A great'quantity
of arehaoologlca' treasures of great
historic value havo been found nnd
the "Investigators-.have gathered up a
quantity of petrified, fruit'nnd. meat.
In' one nhop a Marge terro cotta
kitchen range was discovered on-.tho
top of which rested'an'oval copper
holler -'In perfect condition conlululuj;
water which tho scientists say has
been thore since the time of the eruption, nearly 2,000 yoars ago,
To Move Grain Crop.
Ottawa.���Tho Hon. ,W. T. White has
docided to extond tho timo tho banks
nro allowed to Jssuo emergency civ
dilation by one month. This now
clause lu the Bank Act ia uVbigiied
to .help in moving tho Wostoru umln
crop la the fall. ^
��� ������ia  iim   m ���������Hi    in  ,i * <mmmil m
Immlorants For The West.
Winnipeg.���The American Bottlers'
rush is dully increasing nnd the C,N.
R. report about 30 settlers per day
panning through Dulnth. A new low
rate of $0.30 Horn Duluth as far went
iim Cnnnra has gone Into ��ff����ct and
tlit�� iiiMii, IlitJiWortt, \n much aeavjer.
Settlors' effects also show heavy In-
creases and fifty earn a day ur*> *��h.
lerliiK Canada from the noiitb over
tho CN.H. Tb����H#�� curs hnve nn average   value   of   iir.oo   each,   ninklim
the fi.N.H. handed 1l��(V cam of h<��im,m��'
etiKcra ihroiiuh I'ort Frances and
Kmernon, Including several solid
trains.    These curs are  all  destined
iu jrcla'.M t!.-.o',.g'iu'iji. the WtittL
Baptist foretold (Lu^e^L 5-23).    uui-,  ..*
den" Text.-.Heb/'xi, -6/ '^Without faithr-f I
has been"truly said that delay in ans-'v' "
wering  prayer  Is ,not '.-denial.       T^iel  -
time had.not come uttt^l now to ���o,ttA*'y>\
wer  this  prayer.   /'As  for' God,  f$is "^
way is perfect" {Ps. xviii. 30).    No+3  "Sr'-|
the affliction of Zaeharias because shef^*"1*
did  not believe.    Let us live in fbe't
X>rese*u-e of God, like Gaoriel, andjso*
forth from Him. -   >&   ^  -fi
Lesson  II.���The  birth  of John -the} t;^S
Baptist (Luke i, 57-80).    Golden Text,  ' *���"������
Luke i, C8, "Blessed be the Lord God,'
of Israel, for He hath visited andjee-,
deemed His people."    John the Bap*,
tist  was to  be filled  with the-Holy'-
Spirit from  his birth;   Elizabeth was*
filled' when Mary came to seo her anrl
spoke to her;  Zaeharias was -filled af-',
ter  he  Iuau   written   that   tbe   child's^
name should b^ John  (verses 15", 41,'
67).    The  Spirit always  honors God,
Lesson    III���The    birth    of   Jesus''
(Luke ii, 1-20).   Golden Text, Luke ii,.'
11, "For unto you is born this iday^in .
the city of David a. Saviour, which' is'
Christ the Lord."    A world moved \by.V
a royal decree brought Mary to Beth-?
lehem that Scripture might be fulfill .'*
ed.    Earth cares not���I mean earth's, vv_ ,
great ones���but all heaven cares 'and'Va'^
a few lowly ones on the earth.    The
shepherds believed and acted accord-v
iDgly and found as told them.-      \?   * , ,
Lesson IV.���The presentation in:-tn&' *?'<.
temple (Luke ii, 22-39)., Golden TAxt, *-'-
Luke ii, 30. 31, R. V.. "For mine feVcss ."
have seen Thy salvation, which Thou"
hast prepared, before the face of; all -
peoples."    The son of a poor'woman,-'
so poor that she could bring only^tha
offering appointed for the poorest.fandf-
yet recognized by Spirit filled Simeon* v
as the salvation of Jehovah^ a light'*/. f
for the nations and the glory of Iz-'X+s
Lesson V.���The  wiaa  mev. led  by4'   ,,>
the star (Matt. ii. 1-12).   Golden Text,'*,'' v'i
Isa. xlv, 22, "Look unto Me and .be ye '   -T
saved all the ends of the earth, tor/,%
l_ am God, and there is none else," . \"' '���
ihey came to Jerusalem to find and ���   v
to worship the King'of the Jews, and; .   ,
having found Kim, they opened their   i?r
treasures to Him even though He -"vas v -"'''
only, a babe in Mary's arms.   ��So all
nations will come when He shall be
King (Jer. Iii. 17)
Lesson VI.���The boy Jesus in the v.   -
temple (Luke ii.' 40-52).    Golden Text,"'.' ���
Luke ii. 49, R. V.: "How Is It that ye' "-*>
sought Me?   Knew ye not that 1 must      /
be is My Father's house?"    We see/% ,
Christ,  our' passover, ; at ; His*'   first v,'' .*
passover. and yet it was 'instituted by Z :
Him 1,400 years before and' is yet to ������    '.*)
have its complete fulfillment in con-  ��� - /
neeticn with Israel    at    His    second/. /
oomijig.    we   must not  suppose,  as
Mary did, but -know with certainty.
Lesson VII.���The ministry of John"
the  Baptist   (Luke iii,  7-20).    Golden n
Text. Matt, iii, 2, "Repent ye, for the '   ,
kingdom of heaven is at hand." John * *
was the herald of the Messiah ford-
told  by  Isaiah  and  Malachi,  a  man
great in  the  sight r of  the    Lord,  no ,-;���
greater e\ er born of woman by ord- V1^
inary generation,,   yet,    although ..so \\u^
faithful; how 'short his ministry, ihow^-";^
strange  his  end!;   Let  us,  Ukev.Mhi,'i:-''.^:fl%
point all toJ.Jesus"'.--.;---,..-���'.���-���'.   ;' ' ;: .';'-���.'^��y$��
Lesaon"- VIII.���-The'   baptism    and
temptation of Jesus     (Mark I; 9-ll>,   i^,.iB
Matt, iv, 1-11).    Golden Text, Heb. ii,;'';vv^S
'For in  that. He  Himself liat^'V?
suffered being.:'temptfed'-'-He*,i:i's;''ableVto:'.v^>.
succor them that are tempted." Notpi;:^^.
the submission of Jesus for our sake^, ^ i ^
the opened.heaven, th^s Father's^'voice, ^, ;-
the Spirit as a dove. Then see Him v.
conquering the devil by the-sword of,';
the Spirit, leaving us an 'example..'.' ��� ���*���
Lesson IX.���The call of the llrst dis- j1
cl'plet? (Mark 1, 1.4-2S); Golden Text, ���
Matt, ix, 37, 38, "The harvest truly r�� v
plenteous, but the laborers are few.'
Pray ye therefore." *���'.* * Remember).
the six who were gathered unto HIjj.v
in John i; 35-51.   This its another ea)!>!
to   fftlli* Of  the  elx.ulid' tilt  IiiriLiiTico- o|,
Ilia power over evil spirits. He if *'
ever, calling us nearer to. Him foj """',':
EjiT/vice and assuring ua of. His f.l .'���
power on our behalf. ''.....'
Lesson X.���Jesus the heider (Mark ���*<
I. 29-45).    Golden Text, Matt. vlil. 17,   ,.,
"MlniRelf took our.Infirmities and bare' 'v
our sicknesses."   Tho heal lug of fever ���.* ���  ���
and leprosy with a touch or a word',-'\
and   all   manner   of   disease   just   as '
oasily giveivuH an idea of,the kfngriom
where the inhabitant shall not Day,'I   V
am Kick.    This kingdom whs.at hand   ���'-
when .leans Christ was hero, but has,   ������
been postponed till HIh return. '.'."-;'
LeHSon XI.���The paralytic forglvou ���
and  healed   (Mark 11.  1-12).    Golden,    ���
Text, Pfi. clil, 2, 3, "n:oss tlie Lord, O ;';..
my soul, and forget not all Ills bone-
llts  who forglveth,  *  *  *  who hoal-'.
oth." * *���* The faith    of   tho    four    ;
frlondn amply rewarded, tho faultflud-,.'"'
Ing  PhariHoen rebukod  and  ihe  sick   ,'
man  healed  In  body and  roiiI.    Seo  .
the main thing is to come to Josus; It /' .
does   not' matter  how���through   tho
roof or any other wny. ,        '"'������'
l^cflson  XII.���Feasting ami '/ThsdriK    -
(Mark II. 13-22).    Golden Text, Mark
II, 17, "I camo not to call the rlghte-
onn,  but sinners."    Lot it stand out
In   l-vrp-o   lot tern   flint   "thin   :r.nn   re-
coiveth hlnnm*s."    Publicans Hpd har��   ..
lots   are  weloome   if  penitent.*  whllo,
self righteous  people  cannot'bo  ro-
celved.    Thero must be a now birth   -:
before there can be a new Ufo;   no   ,
patching up the old with a bit ot tho
now. but new all through.      .!, '
Final Chapter In Tragedy off, Maine
'H��v��nrt���tfolemn funeral rites.con-
neenui wiiii uie tuiiKtiiK or Hit) battleship Maine and with the currying to
their hu.t M'tiUuu place of (lie horile*
of many of her Kallunt sailors, were
carried out here, the drd bftttlenhlp
l��ii��l��K Hunk In th�� wliters nf the Gult
u)    , >��.\ .��..��-��',   i.jv,   ��>>>u��<.   ui    kiau   *i>ln��.llt|i
IfllTlA    llT    lt>*��    Will-    V������#i1��l    t��Arli<llli��    *nm
a funeral shroud while with paR^antry
and  pomp of national  mournlPK th��
bodies of the siiIIoih aro beinic braunht
i b*c��. io 'VVashiuytuu.
���fmA < ' ������������������ ' <��������� >   > --' i--*-,--,^^1    .si.-r-av:   ������������������ (:-/.- ������     >������;,*.  ^ >' .t1" '���������' -     . * * .**��������� . *'A,t>^ "*;     u "���������      v-/*^_ v *��������� y  ,;������--<   ^\ -  THE   CRESTON   BEVIEW,    OJJESTOff,    BL 0.  "V"'-,' i"  .-v. ��������������� ;    i'  i-  ���������if     \\  ipiftirn   llniinlw   iiHvinrr /i^v<?iS:l^l  ifcASitil MURIMU UfTOfc  Rifle Association will hold  First Annual Dance  tar-  -*������������������������l>d  1*^&^*^^5^^^*������������^f'������tf?S9<  m   a*  ������?  M tO.  ^sr  .���������rah  lUTh  HI  L������1/^flUEdiI  The   FORD   MOTOR   CAR 1  Company sold Forty-eight more  Cars in   Spokane from  Jan.   i,  1912, to March 1. 1912  tha.n all  4-*L������   nt-hov   nnnmatliM    Till,     Trii^Gi's"'"    Su,  er.    "     i^or Sale in Creston By  WO  b  OTENAY GARAGE COMPANY  R. &. BEVAN, MANAGER  CRESTON BRANCH  1-5 Acre Fruit Ranch FO^ SAL  ho is taking ont ties,  poles and posts for the C.P.R. will have  to ship a car a day under uit, contract  for the year. He has removed a large  number of the posts from in front of th  0, P. R. station already.  The Creston-"Ericfcson Rifle  Association will hold its first annual whist party  and dance  in  the Mercantile Hall-  Raster Monday evening,  April 8     Th3  Association has been planning to  give  some sort of cutcitainmcnt for the bene- j J-M,  fit of the organization for some time and ; tJ7yj  ���������d has taken the fchape of a whist psriy  H ( nud dance.  The whist playing will bo begun at  3:20 and will be continued uutil 10:80  when the dauolug will begin Iui andMrs  J. A. Orompton will furuinh the music  for the   affair,     Refreshments will be  uurwnd  m  m  . * > *  \Q0  &������fai������������ pur&hamtgg your . JT/J-f ������ SMOt sf$t-  5 acres planted to trees.  xo   acres   ready   for   the  plow-    Frame house and ������ttt-buiidmgs.w-ell fenced.   Two  miles east of Creston on Canyon road.  -  For terms and particulars apply to: ���������-  W-  Buy your Varnishes and stain twin us.  We handle the renowned Berry Bros,  goods.   S. A. Speers.  B Lnmbortou of Canyon Oity, haB  been on the sick list Ihe past week.  ���������FOR SALE- Single set of Harness,  ���������irnct\oally new; Cotter; Gasoline lamp  (two lights), and morris chair. See  K.cv. S. Sarkissian;  us  -.4/  VIA.  **������?9 ^5������ /\* 0/"^fc tZ. I\^2   j8:"-,8t-  TvV.  V2C  '������&&  i-\^*  ������&  rmmt.  9BB  ^SS  |t^������^������������������k*j������������������������     \/|^*������r    i^*-r������/>r������  ���������  ruuuc c*  1  nn  Fred Reynolds, who has been employ  .^jj aie ������-joTt^ni% Qit" fcbe i?ftRfc year had tb������  misfortune   to seriously    cut his too*  last week while slashing some timbei  there.  Mrs L. Hussiok and infant child of  Canyon City left On Saturday last ac-  ���������oropauied by her sister for her home in  )utario. ���������*..'���������'.'  'Wi^^i^Wi#WAi^i^������^if<,^y''M������^vi^*\aTi^^ j    ���������We handle tne wen kuuwu xueixou-  zies Seeds from 1 oz to   1   lb'. '.pheka^ts  I Tbp Rmefnis Rsrhur $hosi  ! I1IVWI WWtUll  HUI MVI   viiU11  I  I  I  S. A. Speers.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  mm m m  Your choice out of S3 head weighing  from 1800 to 1700 hundred,  ���������danyon OityLtsmber Co., Ltd.  ���������Call and examine our lines of Camp  bells, Ready luade Clothing bsfcrs fcuy-^  ng your Spring Suit. S. A, Speerp.  March 31st, Palm Sunday.  Matins, Koly Communion,  Eriok8on School House  Sunday School  Evensong, Sermon  Vpril 5th Good Friday  I ' Matins, Litany, Sermon  ds-aghter Mrs. R. J. Chambers, left on j ^wil,  Mr. and Mrs. Jr McKim,   who hav  with hei  I Billiards   aGd   r^OOl    If   Hot Of UOM  EathS    ||beea residing at Canyon City  I .*%&������.  Rooiu   ^s^^   ff At Any Hour |j  * fl t$D\ < I iiMday liast for SMfeatoon to make then -  y W i! ^ ������'f a tnre home there.  >  ^SgelT-9  ettifts !^B|g������������*"'Cv������.'Cc������  %  %  11  o jri  8pm  Sp   m  7 :30 p m  II nm  Sam Hatfield will have an English  billiard table installed by the middle of  next month.  . Rev. M. F. Eby E. A. will preach   in  Methodist Church Sunday morning and-,  evening.   All are   heartily Invited to  attend,  1  ^Qe&~W^9r^w ~^" "^  ^������-  LflletllLlie 1SLB1S6  niiii^opriP^'  snlel ������S^B Hr;3ti  7th Easter Day  | -Toly Communion  \ vtatins. Holy Communion  Ouck Greek  S-mday School.  Q"A k il   T 1 ATrTfl    i���������v    n**~^  > Dr. de Vsa's Fema!e Pills  l\ W #1      I i   #\    I .- &-������   i |-������   111       Mrnn     ���������      AreliaW*French regulatoj;'neveir fails^. Thest I Cvensong. Sermon.  _        n                  a -ii- i.         ..         H   ��������� ������������������ ������������������   -- ==           ==            a            =        ss           =a==B!!^- SIJJ3 3-5 -SC2������li!!giy DOWeriUI ia ~r CKUiauug t lie  | ,        ���������  2 eeaerative portion of ftha female system.  Reiusc j ..���������������'....   tji,;i;:  ni������i   1 n������������������i 1  9  ��������� ��������� w  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  DENTISTRY  F. E. HALLD. D. $.  Offloe   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Stcse���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B* C#  GUY  LuWjwNjiERG  B O. Ii*NB SUBVBTOB AND   ABCHTTSCX  Plans and Specifications  ;reston -     -     . b.c  :reston realty  and INSURANCE CO.  t'f-ait Lands, Town Property and Insnr-  ance  generative portion c.-j-���������������������������-^-,---��������� ,-.-_-  all cheap i-mitations. Shr. de Tsa's arc sold*!at  & a box, or three for 110. Mailed to any address.  ���������jCtaw Soo'eell "Oris Go* St. CatSs������������ises������ Ost,  8am  .11.a. m.  -    Sp.m.  3pm  7:30 p m  Philip':'C. 'Hayman,. (Vicar.)  &  t-FRUIT TRE^������ -and t|  ^  All our trees are Home Grown anc* guaranteed true  OON80LTINQ   ENGINEEn  CRESTON  -  B.C.  CRESTON  B.C.  OKEIX, YOUNG &co.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUHKB TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  ':/  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Iilfo and Accident Insnronco  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  'TRAIL  B.C.  Before Eettitt-g  Oe Contract.  For tho building of your Now  House, Store, Ofllce, Workshop  or other building, wrlto or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable und satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  SYNOPSIS OK.CANADIAN NORTHWEST  MINING REGULATIONS  COAL,-Coal mining rights may be leasee  or twenty-one years, renewable at an annua  rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 ac  res can be leased to one applicant. Royalty  live cents per ton, In unsurveyed terrltov >  tbe tract must be staked out by tho appll  1" cant iu person/ and personal application to  the Agent or 8Ub<*Agont of "Dominion Lands  tor tho district must in all cases be made and  the rental for the first year must bo paid ti  t he agent within* thirty days after ftllng  application  QUARTZ���������A porson eighteen yuars of ago  and over, having m ade a discovery may locate a claim 1,600 feet by 1,500. Fee, SJ5. At  least $100 must bo expended on tho claim  eaoh year or paid to tho Mining Recorder  When 8500.0 has been expended or paid ana  nt.hnr rnqnlrnmontB compiled -With, tho clal m  may bo purcbasod at 81 an acre.  PLACER MINING CLAIMS are 600 foot  long and from 1,000 to 2,000 feet wldo. Kntry  fee $5. Not less than 8100 must bo expended  In dovolopoment work each year.  DREDGING.���������-Two leases ot ltvo miles ouch  of a rlvor may bo Issued to ono applicant fot  o term of 20 yearn. Rental. 810 u mllo per an-  nuiii. Royalty. 2% porcout after tho output  **���������������as*io,ooo.    w������Wi00BY  Deputy Minister of tho Interior  ���������FOR SALE-r-Large Heater, cheap;  beets, blankets (English), towels, pillows, rugs, all cheap. Apply Miss Dor-  >thy Davis, Adlard's house neai; Catholic church. ' 29-3  4^ to name. We carry an me, jeatung vane-aes roost  <0> suited to this district. Our specialty is budded slock  on three-year-old Whole roots;  -"t.'-r* ��������������� -^  ���������  1IIGE  For further particulars apply to our local Agent,       ^r  4 J..-Blinco, Box a9, Creston, B.C. ���������  ^4^^^^<^<������<$^^^<^^^44>44><#-#44-#<#>#  Oreston Park & Recreation Co., Ltd.  The first ordinary meeting of the a-  bove company will be held at the office  i '  of the Orestou Volley Realty and Investment Company on Tuesday, April  3, at 8 P, M��������� for the purpoBe of electing  ���������i Scard of Directors, hearing annual  report and transaction of any business  pertinent to the Compauy.     ,  G-. B. Henderson,  82-2b Secretary -Treasurer.  Tbe Riverside Nurseries,  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS  ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  AT MQMP  The Riverside Nurseries are Ihe. nearest nursery corijipany toCreston and  have more trees planted in this district .than.-, any. other company. The  trees are started under tho same conditions that they will have to mature  in this Valley. They can be brought here from the nurseries ab Grand  Forks In three days by freight or one and one-half days by express. All  trnea guaranteed 'home grown.  , * ���������        -" *  .   75,000Riverside trees are now growing iiii the district.,-  For Catalogue and Price list, write to^-; '  WALTER V,:.JACksON;Ag8'tit. Creston,')B.'C������   IJ  ORGH ARD1STS!  The Fraser Valiey Nurseries, Lid.  ALDERQROVE,   0.C,  Haw Tn������ Fwkht  Home-Grown Nus*sery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  miR.&eatt������  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Th������������  Funeral Director  I  1  q^������BIUI'|F1'������<)������T''g',gi*!^!*^ia^^^   UJ-JJ  All the Vory Latest Stylen in La-  dieH' ItatH, 'LVltiiinhigs, l^lowoi'S  and Illbbons.  LADIES'   IIKADY.MAIJU "~"  WATSTH  On Etched Line and Clover Sprig: crockery  ���������H  Below are a few prices    -  i ��������� ��������� * ������������������'," ���������,���������',' ���������"'.'    i". '���������'.'���������' '  7 iu Bakers 25c.        8 in Bakers 30c. ���������    7 in Scallops 25c 8 iu Scallops 30c.  FORPULL PARTIOULARS  Wmttt��������� Ou 8icw ���������  RIOHARl> McOOMB, 1AH. OOMPTON.  (4eii������ral Mmimg^r, Local Agent,  Mm m'inm^'m:mmmmmmimimi>ii0MmMM  (VoHton. H.O  Now Linus of LadLu and ("liiid-  ren;,'   SUhkings  and 'Wearing  Apparel suitable to the SoaHun,  K '        (r 1  Gravy boats 25c, 6 doss. Bowls xoc cac.1l  Ccrcai dishes ice- riallcrs 25c to 05c.  Covered Vegetables 75c.    '   10 doz Fruit dishes., 5c tfach  Plates s in. 90c per do/.. 6iiv$i.o6.per'doz[.-. ' '  8iu$t.2o per doz. Salad Bowls 90c  loo dox Tea Cups and Saucers 10: per cup and Saucers  Covered butters 50c.     ;;  * Cake 'Plates 25c.  , Jugs 15. 20, *5> .35  7 in $1.10 per closs'  Covered Sugar 40c  8 iu Soup plates 10c ea.  mtmmm<tm*itm ���������.���������n������*>i  ���������+#^*mi������&tlm.  39  I V mmmammm0mmmmm0mmmammamttmmm0mma^mmmmmmmmmmm)mmmmam^  Creston Mercantile Company,  Ltd.  ']  (-"���������*���������**  cf.  ���������' 1*������  aU-.'.'        .4.-1-1*1'  'fe^e^!ite^W'ii'!l'!i'!'.*'������''l'l!M,ff**������'H^^  mmm  SBffi  \tMaMum.SimumiUk  '-���������" mMioimiAMiimmmmmmmSmmmmmm)


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