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 ?To?{^fs|������^  *��������� ihis year.added X^M^M&^il&A    *^^&^M$M& 't:.  ������<j;.t .Vi.".^..-.}.^^  ^������^^i^^ei.tt'^i:y'-y:-"ryyii^-^^  ..���������������������������..-..4-  Sfeas!  ���������>-.-;j;,.i..J������:C;TT4.,,fc������  ���������4:^SN/A^.niTi,T''.l4tf.T.i,y.i;T..V.^'^  ^li^i-JiA^ONiii^ffli^Ei?  .... "p^AA^AA^AA^  Mftr^er-Balesman by theAOreBWa ������������Slt  y..j?zt^ti/isuv;yy y y ���������yyiyyyrsi.<?,-*'^^^v%my  |:   y^  9V!'y.y.fM^.4i^^'i^t^^yy^'fyiiXi'&f^ ,o-iT*������vi:i&*iae,H/*?.  !-il!Mpsi^ ..,���������,.,..,..,.,..,,.,. ,,^,,_,,.,,i,,,_..,.t.,ti,,  AA ���������v-^-A'^-I-.-j&tI^  jw:;w^^j&...^^^ ..ii&'andTwhat^  !?f aa^^S^ghtteipia.^ ?%*? ,, ���������^T~^~-^-^^^v?i^^I?.ii:j?.y ^Vi^t '^-3^Ss^^  !A<J^SA$:A^  ?.tipj^������Cfc^  lpp3fPpAAA|:^  i3f������l^l������f4M  T^^^^mt&:^eA,flret:? S^-odayrT-i-,  ence in the Anditoriom in tho evening  y'^.\'-:..MmmWWMzW-mV���������'mmm9im:  .:&|': 6������||������fffl   ton wiio are now. in  Hn  .._.,......,   ..,!,,   ...*.----.      ...     *.. ��������� .  -j���������   ��������� ...     -   ... - .     .......,,,.,   ,.....,      ..    .,,.,���������, -.'*.,.< '{iviyy*y.-~ '--vii-.'.-'?/.? v ^'^-,-111 / v^'-'.-Vflf^,^9-'  erument reports and bulletins no mention of e^s,������ia orvthe    ^  ',.y.y.^%\^y.7:^yi>.iy^''.rxy  :?|?tO:|t|i^>9ii.-  y^Myyt'X'X^xmmJS  tSti-ii;  V.fr*gi*r^.J.Tr.Kr^WA������������:.Hh>^^  :&ysytm  orpiock.   iiie objeocwiii be the appoint  ment of a leader^, to takeycj^arge of; the  ^.'i-r^W'Si'!^ ..t^.^..',V4:a,..-u;t,tt;t|~^,';a;.  yy  ij^io^  mm&my.  ii .���������,:���������;.  c8dto;AB,T0^f  AA{-?Av-i;-ySc:.^?r^;A^A-^  ont ties and poles! for the O.P.Rv for  the government  has put inio^torq&xw^^-yisry, gratifying to  ? nil'-siisifce^  ���������',-'��������� ���������?.;.',', .-:t;.. ,'..=.. y:y ���������-���������:-. " ,%(,".("jJ.''4,.!,'.:i ....'-������������������'��������� ���������(���������' '���������':': -yyiy^^y-yy^y ���������. yii^y:'*������������������"���������. ?".���������'& * y,yy.yy yy.,-,.- tt :w,':-t'-i'j;;..-;,  vBv^n':mttch;':'ca ^  '���������7',.",.;,:: y.?. .���������?:��������� . ��������� :.y.yy'y.X.yy���������:'���������'��������� \<y:2y'. y"yiy.2yyyyy.yyyyyy':-:.yy yyyi^yyyyyyyyy  Tailrba^. policsy does; nptj dir^  .���������.���������:0''.-:.^"WT.U^  endorsement of' the notes of ::'the:;menA^QVatfs-;goi'ti^'itefi^tjl:  Iv A';. the'" roaa. V7 In'-"exc^  ' :'.'-J'':tTOl;o������;-'t|ie'''-ueiglii; ahd passenger  rates.    -The'���������'��������� ���������'^ve^.il'jmen.t; ^'^B:;3*-j3~Ohbioe lev acred of  fihilt land, inile and halC iaorth of to\frn.J  0pod'.', :'tW0fstory A-residotioe;.-.- Water; .on';  land; nearly all land BloBhod, half acre  ojeared and planted. Apply to owner,  tit.��������� 0: Gehrke, Creston; 2������*"  oie^tiwonBBioa or th������-problem of ^tras- jaiaeatTot a majonty Qt the districts aiad ywettiQyt^tLt^yis    ? s|  aio^ho^-liand8;?jo|;'-R;:.f  that,at the present time because Of the  ,fi|w^try:^;'on; liall^!;;tiin^ v^-EfeA^pb^tM  some time has taken over the confcraot  of ahippiug the pDafcs Which we^ pUed  Bpposito t he railroad- s tatid'tt by the Mer-  '���������-''''"'.' "''?���������'?''?? ':?' .!"���������" A', ���������"���������'' ?? A?"?" ���������?     .?-'?.?:? '..ii'.  o^t^;Gaiiiipitis>������i;   There? aro wome^  OOiOoi^ieyp^  moved as rapidly as posBible.  ;q^n^ possibly lose a  --���������;���������:j<y,yyyy-yfiy.yt.^.-r-yv, yy,-,-"y.'!.yy-y.--y;.y..y.y:  ���������.���������.���������.:y-...- .���������:-������������������>>; -., ������������������;'.���������.;..��������� .������������������;,'��������� v,,.'..;. .������������������;...,,:,,.;...,:.....,,;,/..',.,.,,,.-;  :A|ACMdy^  . ' Prpviiiqe.    ^yen if tlie :government had^ to pay something  vA-tp; gcf^bese tjaitrd������i������3,!J'; inutile distirict ^jUere tht?yj^ere n?eie<i  wouldn't you think it a pretty ������oocl business deal?  ,.f ���������';..:~-;������������������.'���������'���������.,. ',-. -v.::,''i. ��������� ���������"���������.;���������"..,-��������� --yyif'Syy,���������x* .j*.-!--'- '.������������������������������������. ��������� ,..������������������'.���������,���������' ' ���������������������������'.'  ...,;:-:..> ���������; /.,���������:yyy.yy.  XX''XyX;fri  ������������������ '������������������������������������iiag1 a'.'ii6;too cish tdii^ f������dd,x'%$  ,;i;;.wa;s neccs$iary.,';;:'" .lliere'-w^^ :^������cdl,;  ���������.���������������������������, -up.:. ���������; -^heigniaerm^^  ["':.;*''roM:::will!only he built UTi<<er'they���������giratest''di-15cultic4ir''".:ttc:  ^ gbvertimeht had to offer;" 8on?e incjiiclements,to get ths: road  ; buili at alj;v     . ?\^k^:-":^  ".- A.j ;���������:���������.' AMOST., .COMPRBHENSlVl?;,^f,^^ ,' \\. X X:  y\:\xX^B^  .... ^ ��������������������������� .".'���������.   ������������������ ��������� , ���������       ,  -������������������-.������������������;������������������ ������������������������������������;VV t:i������m#*)t*<s,..',..A.'1':.-.,"..'.>. ������������������-.������������������,������������������'��������� "   '���������������������������,'.'   ��������� ���������'���������  ..- ..^oviucc or auy otli<^.:.plj||cjc. p^l||^^iu,u;t^ not tlwu^  ;  Tom Hiokojr' otponyon 01 lj spent.. a  oouple diiiyr at Nelson iaifc week, .yX y,  !flXLt\ aa bmo of .tho argntaehtB against ths  MoBrido government the foot that not  withstanding the nhmher of men out of  wbrlc it still tmpjpo^  ;;'t.-?"v.'>';it;;:V):?,:; ^>>;ir-r.Tri,.:..?^;:?T..,y-..y;v,':.;jy.:.;;y>^iy:;  my in its iix^-igration department, thnfl  I bringing in fchoiMandfl more to flood! the  ,iftb.qri market,?;-^       A.-.?;-:--: .y-yXXyXS;  Ho then turned to tho lambor mann*  ;'fao fc.orera. trd������t: ;������n,cl ?aJio wed' how' iiaey T������y'  t^rnlatinjnr thn wnnnly'���������'. of: theiij..?.������irij(iieoifc  forced.the prices to remain high, aad &  burden upon tcho general public. A,'He  based hie or^ment npon the action of  Coast lumbermen iu deciding at a time  when lumber prices were dropping to  atoj> manufaotnring and to stop outting  tintjil,thepricoa had  had  time  to coar  Aff|l^?AlPtbT OF:A^TRi^  Ap?iiSi:������i^-AyT-A{A^A?:I:':,y  ;#B?#n6;;il^s^6ii^;Bbar-^  k/aiU   ^A'y *tL-*%b\A\\.?yKr\0AB&*9-*mm%r.*\\MA^  :aac$ji|; and^r Setious;--^  .*a.?*|  ;;SI  ���������: \ >  '' ;-UGent8olotheB cleaned, preBsod and  i^CAy;'.  1 WkaMf������w4������i  A,,XUa CUauHeiauu   will ultukid iliviuG  "���������*.rl-A"'i:i"��������� .-������������������'*-'-i���������.->���������'"-���������'-"-.-''������������������.'.��������� ���������   .?,:.   ;i '.'"' ';  '���������,!''- --v--I   ' '-''  ������ei?vibe in a body at the ftjeabyt������rlani  obuwh fennday evening at 7.80 "  ?'-V������������-.  ' '.J.TjJ-l'l  , ...    r.v-.. .���������'      .  ' '���������'!?" ,1.'?>��������������� ^  that you wUll?find any tfiingiitdia^  bills drawn where the ties around tliV ra.lroaqis ai'e so itrdjig*  and where tlie government has <so much power;    ���������Sxttthtt  j^uic tuei.e. hw,s ueycr  been  such au anwy pr riiiiroaa iegjs-j  lation iv any oW province at any one time ty.fore.    It vm '^:T^.^^HintA^ otHaxnm,  - i^ftellottlly now; Chtter; <3i������������raiiu������li������rip  ������������������l^t^^m^T^^gti;. Heater, oheap;  h*}***,!;'ibt>iiiiletii (WngllBh), tdwols, pil-  Ip^ij, vugtf, aU oboap.   Apply ,Mib# Uoi--  ^p^i.^.j!:A^;;^ :���������':���������. v;;.: y'-yxly ���������}''' 2^  :" Qoorgo HuacafOCtVont to Kaolo ������tf&>t.  C/;.,..   r'J.j    ;: ','. V( ;_;!'., "���������';....,",'.' i 1....  ' ������������������  ���������,  ., ',-.,.��������� "'  ^ay ������ud iotUDuttd today.  Not A-Provli.ce Of Homes   -A  After amauner Mr. Pcttlploco made  light of tho statements  that this is a  Province of honien.    He pointed  ont  A-' ''A   Ai'i       ��������� ���������   ������������������ ���������       .  that there are uomo 11 vo to six thodnand  men lip the< railroad and; lumber oampa  in tlfe Nqrjihweatoin aebtlou that never  foe a home.   Ho declared that it 'wina  dwe to qapltalUtio control, that those  men bad no opportunity to havo hbmeg  and n'afd tha^ onfl nt th������ renhH*. of ���������rr.ftt-  location waa that the Colony Homo tt  NowWeatmlnater in praotioally filled  \ ":?/'-���������?���������"'..��������� ,,,.'; -::: ���������   ���������'     :y. .      -.���������,������������������' .:���������:.'  withthe*o men that are working for  ih������ oorporatlona.Ho aald that it won due  to tK<H0olt, of olriliziUion,  the -Iih llfo'*  ;^^t{tHcAn^tt:er-it^^  ;i|g^jto|^hkr.^y|r^  iiitmi^ii^^t-hits ^ .^^  :?^:.4#*ipiifti!0^ thcA .i^iytiitej^Tji^^  no  holdings";qi:^any:!%i^at-;;w6rth:A^  residents;do"e--.^ctAno^ever' .tb;S;l.iiSS^Stt!  ���������,���������:........    ;-.?,':',���������' ������������������,���������.".  (.    -.���������'.':'A^-,.*;l'.i. A;.������������������;���������.���������.���������'-���������',���������' ���������    .., ���������?? T ?."'        ??.??:.'?- ���������', ;:;:*;:.A A'??:.Ti''A;'A?''''^'?^:''.?.;1''' A'r?.'Avt?'.,^1.^'  haisds of the>goverasssent;' authorities assd they ase^-.ter^^^'A:'^  ed to .make an effort to get it. "y-Xy yXxx'yyy'XX  .':'���������'������������������',.:'*   '.'��������� : ,   ;' ,    '���������      '��������� ;.'-'''"���������' '''.'���������>:; ,   '':.*'  ' '..     ���������  ���������'���������'���������.  ' ���������'���������. .V -'���������    ':-\:-yr-      ''-4. .'���������.'' "  ���������. ���������/ ';"-;^"- V '"���������'��������� i.;-;7'. ^"-a'O'-v^Jv  / Messrs Bennett and Graf ton have seat .The Review^ ������������������c6p-?A;!A?.-:^  iesof the bulletins sent out by the government a^ent and a  careful reading of them fails to disclose any mention of this  place- One of the sections of. the latest bulSetin js.ent out,  ia devoted, to "** Fruit Growing Areas and^Cheir Capabilitiies"  written by R* M. ^Winslow, Provincial Horticulturist   Even  ..".  A'< '���������'"���������   ' -,���������'���������'?'���������       '.. ''V'.   }''-'-2 ">i; ���������'-.���������'������������������'���������'   .A-   '.'������������������..   ���������      ,  '    '���������,'���������: A..; '.'  m this article there is no mention of Greston, although it ia  known that Mr. Winslow has the highest regarb for the cap-  ibiliUcti of Litis sccliou tiud ia othci iiiUclct, wnitcu iu uiugu-  zincs A of this Province he has always made mention of, Cre#-  ton to a,, con siderable length. Jnst why it should be left out  of u%\- article:; m a Oo vernment bulletin which has. for its pur-  pose; the inducement: of setilers to come to. the Province is  somewhat nttcxptainiifcle. y-yy^:'.���������w-i.,'-'v-.',;; '',;i'-'  ������������������"'" .VA������E.'iNcoi,:Ri3c;T' in'., imu&ffii^  .,���������������������������.,��������� '    ��������� ��������� ��������� ,yy������:i> " i'yy i r ������������������:���������-.���������-;��������� -v-!.';'-'.   ��������� .   ��������� ^W'.    v  ',/,..  The Governn lent bulletin ty^ggi^^  iW.j..:.  ?..-;. I  ***l|*   '******   ,*..������*44������i������. ���������������������������������.. .|.4'4������W|4',������ri>4**>V   ������-���������������*     fcV������ .4#������*������*V������������4W    MM44.       V������'VIIJ.������4W|������UV    K V I  'COoatliautkd on Va������o i)  ,(  ^;dt������ougli'alnii08t. cw^  ^pbVqawpB tuiidor whdoh the men worlcj^ .^uymm 'fUm Ct*M<��������� ���������������������"*.<-fi .a^^^r^^l*"^  to ipako exooHBive profits for bl������; ouin- '   " -v;  panieii.," ^2y -  A ySXX., 'c>,Kv;?. .  -. ��������� *������ Win  lUg;  (two Mflhti),   and  unorriM obHtr.   Sua. ;������,* '^'^������X  t'Tlnore are tour gang* working:   o������  :r '    tefctt^Tirin-i ^" ',:,��������� .������������������������������������.. -.V,':!.'.: -.i- '..,"������'���������'���������       . .,  ii*;iy),r;}t.'fr-i':iit  Hav '.' fl. Sarlcl 0 ian.  ,i   v,  1  t  *  .'},-J.  jn...n. a        *n  .4 %4'|ii4*W4i.4WWW4ii> mnm ���������������  ������f ���������������.' !  UA������t|4������������n   44������       *������>J44������������44 44-    It     .....  , l.i r. ���������i?,m^"'   ."*v  ���������t>\  h"ry. ?-  ,..   44444.^ ......    '        ,,   ,   4     ���������  W,.J*f������   ��������� ...���������������) .'t* ������,.,.,������.4,  **4fl  I  ������       I       ...   '  uAt the Southern end of Kbio1������imy!1X������ii4lc8  i V'.  .-'I-  "A  '.���������f  ��������� I O >  ..       !   .'������-.  *..|4,,,4.  ;.;.;. I  ��������� *  ?/  .���������>*VV'I.I  u nmmiHii  Miam  ft*2JiiaO[  iiiiiMiifiiiiiiir-^a'*B^,'"m,"',,,,'~"'1  ������WifrMifate!s^  i^l^ngmiiili  f ii BiiiiriM-imifftTrimimM'iHyTi Ip.  i TO  WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XVI  A A   " The Nook.  On second thoughts Phillips deemed it more prudent to remain in town  overnight! There would be no difficulty in reaching Mirst Park to-morrow in time to open his campaign.  And, besides, when he came to think  it over there were a good many things  yet'to be dons. Ke ate his modest  dinner in his modes, lodgings. He  sat down presently over a cigarette  to think over the result of his day's  work. The more he cogitated on this  matter the moi^ satisfied he was with  bis rate of progress.  He had got past the age whe?. a  man burns for revenge and that sort  of thing. He infinitely preferred to  make Copely smart and" put money  in his pocket at the same time. So  far as his diamond mining adventure  ��������� 444* W4.4.4...44.4..4. 44 4. 4^4^.^4.44.44 44*   no more of that. He had been rob*  bed of his precious plans and had no  hopes of seeing his missing portmanteau again, but like a prudent man.  he was not inclined to cry over.~sp.Ut  milk.  He naa thought it all out Before  morning, and shortly after ten ojisiock  he g<������* out with *be intenticaa of calling upon. Major Garden again. To  hi& surprise he found that t^e M alo?  had already breakfasted and was  making preparations for going out.  A big fur coat was carelessly thrown  across an armchair, and Phillips smiled when he saw it. Probably the  Mnjfn- had struck a prosperous line.  Possibly some of the ten-pound note  hntt been laid out at an adjacent  pawnbroker's1.  "I didn't expect -to    see you this[  morning."  the  Major    said genially.  "Most infernally cold.aisn't it?   L<ooks  like snow, too.    Still, one must take  . the rough with the smooth when one \  COMTASNS W������  ALUM  cross, and it was also awarded-to his  son after the Lieutenant's herlc death  \a.i Colenso. v   - ' ~>  n^f     w\������ wv������     I St-j-  tSi***-*     ������**<��������������� **v      ******  "So you are going racing?"  ?"Well, I had thought ei it.   I dost  often get the chance to treating myself and my idea was to run down to  Mirst Park for this, afternoon.    You  "are going, aren't ynu?'r  "Oh, yes, I am going down on business. But I rather wanted you to  stay in town and do .a little commission for me."  ���������������������������^t���������f.-'-i'.'*���������*-i���������������������������~,������������������- ' ^a���������-^ a ������������������.���������.. ... . ������..ii  X U-C?      4.444444^4^4.    449      *.\>A.4444      i.S*^^      .C4444  "'That is very awkward," he mut-  teted, "You see, I promised to take  nay daughter with me. She is more  fond of that kind of thing than I am,  and the poor child so seldom has an  outing. In the old days of my prosperity Alice had her own horse, and  deuced good across country she was.  Can't you manage to put it off till tomorrow/Phillips? I shall be greatly  obliged if you can."  Phillips thought the matter over  for a moment.  "Very well," he said.    "I daresay  it can be managed.   I will see you on  the course this afternoon and, lot you  know  what my  address  is.    If you  are  discreet,  and   cautious  over  this  , littlo matter there' Is a fair sum of  money, in it for you.    You can drop  me a :.ot.e to-night, because there is  no pressing hurry, and you can get  the information this evening or early  lo-morrow.    What you have to do Is  to  go  round   to   the  Post   Club  and  find out all tho heavy beta which were  made there with Selwyn in connection  with  to-day's   racing   at  Mirst  Park.  . Yon must let mo know with whom  the bets  were  made  and  who  made  them.    I   think   that   13  all.    But  I.  shall Bee you on the course later, and  if  anything   crops   up   in   the   meantime I shall let you know."  There was nothing to prevent Phillips  from  making  his way  to  MlrBt  Park.    Half   an   hour  later  ho   took  train from  Waterloo and, arrived at  his destination, he proceeded to look  out  for  lodgitign.     He* had   his   own  reasons   for   preferring    rooms  to  a  hotel.    He needed to keep hlmneK ub  quiet as possible.    This matter eatis-  factorlly settled, ho turned his steps  to the course, which was as yet practically doHertcd.    There was little to  indicate that a race meeting was In  progroHH,    excepting    the shows and  roundabouts  and  booths  outside the  tttands and paddocks.   There were the  usual    loafern    plckhicking    on.   the  grass, the usual litter or torn betting-  tickets  nnd  pnpera scattered  far and  wide.    Phillips  passed along looking  cagorly alJout him.    lie wanted somebody who could give him certain information.    He   stood  on  the  centro  of the course, some four or five hundred yards from the ring.   He appeared   to  be  admiring    the    landscape,  which was pleasant enough under the  brilUuni ttiiiih..l...., though this was interspersed now and then by ominous-  ���������������������������-���������D,ip.n^;v,  KIDNEY  looking clouds which seemed to threaten snow later.  As most people know, Mirst Park  course is situated in a kind of theatre  with rising ground behind the sands  so that it is possible for everybody  to obtain a perfect -view of a race  from start to finish. Peeping out of  the trees here and there were a'few  good-class houses, one of which,  standing higher than the rest, towered over the top of the grand stand.  There was the suggestion of a smile  on Phillips's face as he adjusted his  racing-glasses and made a close inspection of the house in question.  He could see that it possessed a_flat  roof with a parapet around it. t-hii-  lips was still intent upon his examination when a policeman with a fine air  of detachment strolled by.  "The  best  natural   coarse  I have  <14.R������   conn "   t>K<ll4nn   caaCrl   -oMth   .AYlthlXAf.  *.   "   W������ ,34^.4^4441, 44,    4N.4444.U      4444444        ,.   .44.       4.44 4-4.   . , ���������  T.Om 44/fLT.4 V4*4       4  in the?e pa^ts. officer?"  "Not that 1 know of," the policeman  been here before."  "I am from South .Airics," Phillip*  .said. "We've got nothing like this  out there. I should like to have one  of those houses yonder. It must be  nice to sit in your own. .house and be  able to watch all the raicss, especially in weataer i-ke this. Kov ciierw*������  that place at the back 'of the stand.  L suppose ycu kuO������ ������ao thai belongs  to. Some m������tu with, money, I ������x-  pectr*  "I can't teU you, sir" the policeman replied. Tve lived here sacst  of my life, but that house yonder has  l been empty for a lone time. I understood it was taken by some Colonial  geathsSwiB last autumn, but I don't  think he has been la it yet. Oi  course, I don't know for ceri-aba, because my beat is on the other side  ot the Common and I am only on  duty here on race days."  "Just so.   &*i*L what is the name of  the house?"  laughed.^  "Oh, I daresay he would if I left  him here. But I don't live on tho  premises. I only look round to see  that things are all right. I believe  the servants are coming in next  week."  "But why not have a caretaker?'8  Phillips asked.  "Oh, there's no occasion for that.  And they're more trouble than, they're  worth."  Phillips retired perfectly satisfied.  ������T������ be Continued.)  A ueep wn������> - "  *  "Gosh, all hemlock!*' exclaimed the  first farmer; "ain't yor 'struck water  yet?   How deep hevwe gone??  *' 'Bout a hundred xeet," replied the  other placidly-  "An' ain't ye discouraged?"  "Oh, I dutmo, I can't say   1   ain't  scittin' a long well."  An;   nf *ht   Sarth  Her Advantage  First Little Girl���������Your papa and  mamma are not your real parents.  They only adopted you.  Second LUcle Girl���������All the better*  My parents picked me out: yours had  to take you just as you same,  i i -> i    hi     ��������� i....n_jim-i  iiiiSKf ?Ri? iinff  4%** a* m a    nistniAW  v*  v*&ieV������ nn>i4.ial  DODO'S     KIDNEY    PILLS      WORK  WONDERFUL CURE.  Mrs. Ed. t-toyd, Weak and Worn a.!*-.  Wracked   With   Pain   Found   nai.ef  ������������d Cure in Oedd's Kidney Pitts-.  Professor Frank Alien, of Manitoba  University, stated in a lecture on "The  .Age of the Earth," sn 'Winnipeg that  radium had upset all the theories on  this subject. "Lord Kelvin." said lie.  "who computed that the earth wi.3  j 20.000,000 years old, declared that unless some ne-a? way ot producing heat  iu the earth's surface could be founi  his calculations Were correct.."  ''Such a new way haa actually bee*'  discovered dn radium which has the'  power of giving out heat without diminishing in weight, One, pound of  radium would keep a house' warm for  a.DOU years. Radium is scattered  thronchout the earth's surface, and.  therefore. Lord Kelvin's- calculations  are worthless. * -.  "Hadiuiu gives elf hslJuaaT," sr.d helium is scattered throughout the  earth's crust," added Professor' Allen.  The amount of helium given-on by'an  actual piece of rock could easily be  measured. By comparing the amount  of radium and of helium in a piece of  rock it would be  possible to    form  ,   'Esccsslv������   arir^&t^^  to4    Many a &t$a5������o&^<^^  ���������quit,  but can't. ^^$(&i^  does   ths -..-���������.....���������������.������������������������������������.������������������   H'444  1  ! I  "���������V-^A*-  **+\   oorimitfl - w%r.  ih??,typh������id-*e^^p  :r  ^P'������r**liM,i*?  -* i��������� The Vfeid internal treatment tor the liqhor habit Is .the crowning suc-  lc������ss of medical scienc*.    It cures the excessive, habitual, periodical and/  hervous drinker of ah craving and desire for liquor ln������ Three Days.  Thousand* of business-men have been treated at" the tSe&i Institutes  in Canada and the .United States during the l^t -twelve ' mcat&s.    no  Hvoodenmtc   lnJe������tl������RS are used.    The ^Teal" is ya'ftarmlesis    vegetable-  compotmd aam'.nlslered by a reegular physician at the    XiiBti.utev<w,ner*  every -comfort af a refined home  Is  afforded" .the   patient. > Everyttv������nfef  strictly connoential.    "Write, phone, wire, or .call for full particulars.  Neal Institute Co.,  Ltd.,  ml)"  Will  820 lAi'n Ave.,  west,  Catflpry.  4uii taromavtmy,  Wl������n!p>sa.  mm:.-: m������m.i.u.'J<&.  mm-r*. .bf.,..a..4-44.4.  Rncins.  iiiiil  Acdbe^,     Out;, {oj������eCl������t ���������������    **wt*������ m     44.I.U   4.-4i.T.L.4i  K**sey Pills have do*������e vonders fori old.  tins were done it would be found that  1  KAA A An ������kfU\   ���������������������-^  Mrs. Lloyd continufis.  XFUlU &C������JUS%������40   - TW4.m*4444M.4<f444)������-,  me," so says Mrs. Ed. Lloyd, wife of]  & well-known  farmer living  on the  Une of the C.N.O. Railway, near,here.  4,I was so weak I could - hardly  walk "around,  "I suXtered  and kidney trouble. My heivrt troubled me so that at times I would almost pant with the palpitations,. I  was treated by the doctor, but her  could give me no relief.  "I was sick all over when I started  to use Dodd's Kidney Pills, Rheurna-  >ism, Lumbago and Neuralgia adding  ���������Let me see." the policeman  said | to my sufferings.    But Bodd's^   Kid-  'ir   ������\\������  \ttuuk * mil  W. N. U. No. 6������0.  reflectively.    "Oh,  I know,  they call It The Nook.'*  The officer passed on and Phillips  replaced   the  racing-glasses  ic  their  case.    Fortune ���������������&������ still on his side.  He made his way through the woods  up into the rdad which run in front  of the houses and came at length to  a pair of iron gates with the name  of the house, The Nook; painted on  them in. gilt letters.    The place appeared to be fairly well looked after.  The paths were trim, hut, sc far as  Phillips   could   see,  there  was   little  traffic through the gatds and no sign  motors.    Peering through the shrubs,  .he noticed that the windows were iit-  ted with curtains and blinds as if the  house    were    inhabited.    There was,  perhaps, some risk in what Phillips  was about to do, but he was prepared  to take the consequences.   He walked  briskly up the drive until he came in  front of the    house.    Most    of    the  blinds were up.   He saw evidences of  refinement aud luxury in,the-blinds  and curtains, though it struck him as  rather  8ignlftcan,t    that  the gardens  had not had much attention bestowed  upon them lately.    Phillips hesitated  before  ringing the ��������� bell.    It was  an  oldfaahionpd bell, with a drop-handle,  and ho could hear lt clanging through  the house with a hollow sound which  suggested  emptiness.    As ho .exported,   uo   reply -came,  though he  rang  1 two  or three  times.    Jt was. impossible, for any ono to see into the liv-  ingrooms, ^for   t.he   house   was   built  upon a slope, and the front door was  approached by a flight of steps.   Just  as Phillips was turning away,,a man  emerged from behind a belt of-shrubs  followed by a truculenMooklng, bull-  terrier.    He looked like a gaVdener,  though   there  wjib ln  bin appearance  that    faint.      intangible      aomothing  which  suggested  a close familiarity  with the turf.   Ho eyed Phillips sourly anil auspiciously and none too politely requested to know his buulnesH.  "Are you employed hero?" Phillips  asked.  "Yes, 1 am," the man growlfed. ''I  am tlio gardener. And- there's no ono  at home if you want to know."  Phillips's assumption of annoyance  wiih ai-UttUc. 11 u turned away impatiently.  "Then Mr. Ronald son is not here  now?" ho sislted. '  "Never hoard the name," tho gardener responded.  "But he used to live here. I knew  him woll iu South Africa, Ho gave  me his address two years n'go and  asked me to look him up If over 1  iami- to Rngland. 1 puppone he Imfl  gone somewhero else the/n. Do you  happen to know the namu?"  "No, I don't," the gardener said  nulkily. "We've only heen hero a few'  months, and my maator luum't. Come  into tlio hoiiHo yet. He'u a otroiiK������r,  too. You had better make inquiries  In the village..'  Phillip* wxprcaotul bin thanks,    lie  had found out pretty well nil ho wan-  tc-l tc !:r.O'".' f"nA *������1*  tbtil  If thlH repellent person had    entertained any  suRplriotiH they  w������������rv lulled  to sloop  by   thin   time.    He   wtood   examining  Hm* r������pul������lv������-looUlng bulMorrlor.   He  Mtliidnd io the uulnul'M polnttt upprov-  i i4.i,>      i|������t nnnlre   too, n������ a inuu   wiu������, |  I knew what he wa* talking about. om������ i ���������  ' or two ramai-Mi- ������ii������lti*t.i m������.. -���������-r.t cf  the grurf gardener, who umllod slightly.  "Y������,   he'tt   a   ttooA   dog,"   he   Bald.  1 "And capital In the houie."      '  "Ke������p tho burglar* away," Phllllpo  I thing! aey Pills helped me almost at once.  iii.^-.        i-_*������S^4.^4        ^SS-V"*-        *4J44.������>4T4        T        VS-O O t.rVttt.  tuier   utaius   5r.0^������   s������������^=  i.   -=a.   ^r^.-=^.  pletely  cured."  Naturally Mrs. L,loyd wants other  suffering women to know~ how _she  found a cure, and Dodd's .Kidney riiis  will do for other Buffer? just what  they did for Mrs. Lloyd, make new  women of them.  Minard's Liniment Relives Neuralgia."  In New Zealand the postal authorities allow business houses to buy  .stamping machines, which are ,sealed  oy the department before going into,  use. Periodicals readings are taken  by the postal departments and payment is made on a debit note,     v , v  One of the largest Marconi w.lreless  stations on the British coast is 'to be  erected near Fishguard, on the North  Pembrokeshire coast/  Every Eddy .Match Is a "Stare Safe  -saw  -WHEN you tstrlke an Eddy Mateh It always lights easily ,  and   burns  smoothly- with a steady even flame.  -THESE perfect matches come' from first eiase materials  ������;. w)!**    f������i55."5n;- * "^   ���������^rr;TT^-t.    ������������������������������-��������������������������������������������� ���������-������������������      ��������� _  slon of skilled workmen.  EOOY'S Matches are Always full M.M. couni���������for sale sy  all gpod dealers everywhere- X    *\~-   *  THE E. B.EDDY GOMPANY^ll-HTEO  .HULL, CANADA.  Makers alse of Wofcden  SHIPPING   FEVER  X    Influenza, plnkP eye, eplsootic, distemper and all Jiose &nd  V'l   ljoBed."    kept    from having  Norwegian Water-fower  The water-power of Norway suitable for practical use all the year  round amounts to 4,000,000 horse power. In addition, 1,500,000 horse power  can be counted on during tthree-quar-  ters of the year. The country thus  has .5:000,000 horse power a year, the  equivalent of about 30,000,000 tons of  coal. Putting the value of coal at  four dollars a ton the Norwegian water-power la worth ?120,uu0,000" annually.  I    The number nf *���������*"* hooks nnhlish^n i  in  Prance  in  1910;    was    12,6^5,  as  against ������,5������4 sii iow.      But -*hHe in  ULi&tSX   TWUtilyl'lVO .t.AXCr   wut,liu4>....yi .u^ir v*fl.-  erature in recent i years has increased  enormously, in, France the number of  books issued between 1901 and 1910  exceeded the jiumberv issued^ between  I860 and'186ly by only 104, the totals  being 120,625 and 129,521, respectively.  ^rTcUuTotopa coudhs. cares colds, fc*������b������  Ihe tbtoot and lunii������      -    -      25 cents.  Going OP*   a  "Eureka!"  exclaimed    Hiram ������Hos-  kins, who, with a lighted candle in  his hand, was hunting'for a leak in  the gaspipe. -'���������-  A moment later ^Wrs. Hoskins sadly  said: "That's just our luck. Now we  will have to pay out-more money to  get the roof flxt."���������Chicago Record-  Herald.  ^S^m������^  any of these diseases -with  i>.���������v..!;4 5*4.34. emPER CURE. .Three to sis: dases  often cure a oase. One 60-cent bottle suaranteed to' do  eo.. BeSt .thins for *!2F J&*~-*^ rSStfil? ^gSS*.^  ^d ^SiS^SsS." ���������hlsiiiMo^-XuOC- WHOLE8AWS  l>BUdGISTS. , " >  jjs-i���������jj^s    gj;E?r:..-C������.!_ cc Chaislats.'Csshen. iRdls^Ss U-S.A."  ���������   ^Oriental, Metaphor ���������  The Oriental speaks naturally In  metaphor. Even the children continually use figures of speech which,are  often poetical and always suggestive.  Tl\e Washington Star thus quotes  Bishop Oldham, a riilsslonary bishop  of vthe-.Methodist church, He, writes  from Singapore:  "I wish I could hear some of the  expressive phrases of the native boys.  A .lad the other day was describing  to mo tho abstemiousness of his father.  " 'Oh, ho la contont with very llttlo,  he said. 'Such a very little!' Here  he pointed to tho ground. 'No moro  than tho water in tho holes made by  a chicken's feet.'  "Ho smiled .and resumed". '  " 'Ho eats nothing. A grain' or two  of rice contents him. You should see  him at his meals. Ije Is like a hound  munching (lion.'"  AN EXCELLENT MEDICINE  FOR^UTTLEONES  Mrs. Ovila, Lamarre, Malvina, Que.,  writes: "I have found Baby's Own  Tablets an excellent medicine and  would not use any, .other..', for?,,' my  little one. I think all mothers should  keep the tablets in the house.' Thousands of other mothers have, the  same praise for the tablets. They*  are absolutely safe���������being guaranteed  by a government analyst to contain  no opiate or other harmful drug. They  break up colds, expel wormB, cure  constipation and .indigostion, In fact  they are good for all the minor ills  of the little ones. The tablets are  ftold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cent fi a box from The Dr. Will-  lams* Mudlclno Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  We  Positively Guarantee  That a 25-Pound Pail of  International Stock Food  Will Save You $7.00  worth of Corn or Oats  Because it promotes digestion and assimilation, and  ....??A'-'ienablM':yba to cut down- the grain ration 15% to  '   ' A ���������  25%  ������nd still get better results.   This saving of  grain represents a saving of good hard cash lo you.  WE VVAKT YOU 13 FEED 100 LBS. AT 0B|Sf RESK  It will^ libt." cost you  a cent if you are not satisfied,  .    S^biiryidcdcr in your town cr xvrite us forp^^ular?.   Mentipn, A I  ihis paper and the stock you own end we will send you n lilho, I  swe 16x22, of our three champion ������i&llioil4.'" '"* ' ,|  International Stock Fuod Co. Limited, Toronto [  m  ���������im  Wei?, Well!  ��������� -iiihi ,m*ii'>mmmmmm*mmmi*���������*mmmmmmmm*mmmm*w*mmmim*mn ������iwiiMiimw  ��������� ������������������ ������������������ ummimm^mm)  (-������������������'������������������I   !������������������������ '���������   II ���������HIM���������*���������������������������11 IIHH    ItlBltlt^LWMtMWt^l^t^^^Wli^W*****!*!^..^^^^^******^  THIS i-h HOME DYE  Jhot ANYONE  can use  A Can PrlJECr  A.'broken' fork would almost seem  to be tho last thing m the world for  which a useful purpose could be,  found, but in a certain direction it can. ]  bo .made into a wioet vaumblo Ultohon  acoiaBBory. Grind or break oft the |  prongH to just that point where thoy  become ono Holld piece in the centro  of-the fork.- The parpoao for which  it will then make a most excellent  tool iti the prizing open of-can lid������ of  tinned pyrwp type, Materfftmlllae  will then have no moro complalnta  aculnfit l.Inry .Tnno for mlBUHo nnd  damage to tho ordinary cutlery.  ���������Jgg^~r|[���������\gm:���������mmTrmT^k  I  "1  tfui.r.uvt'wvui nmitt*f ^^i  mmmmmmmmmmrnx*" m i m iiiiiiin'' i ��������� '  OLKAN and tiMfLrt to Us*.  NO cittMo* ������f tmimm ���������*��������� WHONO O** tm th������ Ow****!  p..t.r.   VUlt*J}m\.r Cm*|N������ k*0**. ������**>kM I  How to Chunfle the Color of a Cat  Remarking that cold atornr is the  heBt lnethoU oi in o;������erv iu������ meat . an  board f������hlp, ProfeBHor P. A. TDIHb nich-  lardB, lecturing at thb Queon'H College,  told the story of u certain cat, whioh  H(.,l*^������liPPe������l Into the hold bf a vesBol  bHnBlnK moat fropi Buoiiob Ayreg and  linn! bben there Immured for the whole  Tho anlmul fared exccHwully durinff  itu incarceration,, uu waH apparent  when    *ho cold fltorago compartment  whlhod forth, plump and smiling, Thq  only difference obscrvfcblo wai that  the Arctic rkora of itu roeoi t environment had changed tho color of   itu  <���������..- from   bln.^k  lo wlil'.o.  44.444.        - ,.  n.4.44,������.������   nil   ������li������   r������l������4vv-������ii)l   llnnB   .In  the world could bt> combined uud Join*  td In one utralKht line, they would  roach 881,000 mllen. or enotitjh to #n-  circle the earth thlrty.mx timet,  ��������� I ffft W'7 M^ |M    V- *%������  Jt������'"E'':.ID' 'Si'  i The Standard of Quality Since 1830  rui-niiniiiL. n iiir.." ���������iiir, t**ti r~^���������f������������������������������������  ir.--.-������^  m  i ��������� i .mm ��������������������������� ���������*������������������  An expet-ionce of over tdxty yearB in tlio Seed  bunine.ss in Canada, ������nd onr lono oonnootlon with  the Beet Orowe're of the Worldt given; un advant-  ajfoj which few mscd houttcs pOHdeSH \ added to thin,  our oorefui nyatem of -tasting"all. our ������codi for  purity and iifetmlnotloti, and the greatct\re exercised  in rveiy detail of our buslncHH, brlngB to irn ������Very  nnnuon' many ploaBed cuutomer������, to add 'to our'  ulreudy large lint ot patronii.     .        A  SHOPPING BY MAIL li������ u modt fituclhatlng.  enjoyable, and profltuWe p������ri|u|t. ]vou can In a few     ,  dayn, and with perfect nafety, though for removed.  l^H , frorti the Hource of *upply, have delivered at  ^^^*  your door-���������  Bruo#> Oeetlei The ���������������������������de the. eatl.fy,  John A. l^^^tt^ftgffctiii,.-.- JJ^2&���������^^  i0mm*mimmmmm*mv*mmMm>im*mMm*mmmmmmmmmmmmMmw'i^^ % t   ��������� n" -riinp-npr mmma. mvmm taw mnpn������������  sssspsss  ttmMmtimimmmimmmh  mmmm*miymmmmmmmmwm  -w-a^i*4tw������wwa^  9H.  :'>*. '  .X rtadlcal contempavary toll* yt^e  ������tory of an Indian frontier trlbo'wlilcH  havliiK been Jeered at by another  tribe because It pohh������>h������wm1 no toinbn  of nnlntn, went out, killed a well*  S:r.'ftv,'r. hcly pc.?.si, t*n������������ buH****- him ���������  London Globe. t  Benham-���������We need a, reform In our  banlclnc; ayotem.  *��������� ���������-.       -        m.%* m ������** m.  Aim.   ininauMi*^*^*  iMrV't*    n.A'-nnwf l������  London hoipitalt   now all employ  clffictrlrlty to nld the dlngnonlii and  -cur.* ot dlt.caBC������i.  ;y,( there'e The Rub   '���������'���������'  Why le it that you are no Btrongljrr  oppoaedto extending to women the-  rights to. vote."  "My wifo ban    become a nuffrag-  eii,*?,' t  "Well, what o{ It? Do ybu vfln*  that ������ho negleatn the ohUrtran or that.  Bhe ion't paying enough. attoptlon to-  *Um   ttnalnuMM   ot   Wlin������ttll������r   IllM   hOll������������>vK"  1, A^4 444 4yy,4*     Art,  1V.4  .It..  4 44-   . ,,, ....  ,?W'   Hi*    "'I  tl.r.'r'.f'J '"^'l l������frti������w������A/������ on mihltn mat*  teri that.I have to Icecp busy rending all the time In order to prevent  her from finding out my lgnormno������r  noncernlng euoh thing*,"���������Judge.  1  1  .,���������,������...,..... .������4*li,44ll4l4liaull!1a..i41;SIIMlll3il.������*W  0  ii'tiiiiitint iimiiiii i   nn i ��������� 11 ii i ii    i y.; mt;   irii[-iiiiriiniriiii[if<wiii|-|i.iiiitliiWiil������WBli^ll..ili-<<  mh  mmummmmmmm  i  mM ���������-,>-r.>;f.v;U:>;r~U-.:-^:t.^  e^5*u^v--.^:^43-nKvw.'   .  :������Mim^mml:  I  .8 Yhsw's'^ ������ Isssss Hff���������t ilisr.? 1  Littlei feleminfeas of z?m- I  spots, sure not oaiv unpleasant  '**- -*W,4. ������,.w.r..n..a#l?>������$^ ;. l,nf bm  ���������r-y..:������������������44,|������v������>y������:!������i--*C������^i;-S?at ,SW.~  1  ;:.i������iry5**NA'^?AA^  A iittifi Sasi-Buk applied at  Kigbt to spots, eiiiptbaj, sores  ao| :^^:MWa^ ^���������Sw^w^- ':6  ;V>??4������i4>i^'i'������i^^?.*l^v^y:^^^  ��������� ���������Y.y'ASUj^J*)^  It is^Su^e f rom a������al|ugt herbo!  y^e^t^iM^t^^i for t������e.  mdennitely.   Healing scoth  ' -������'-������*!'���������'-.--������w*"ftM������*-t*������. ^<������'ll'-t'^Jii^'ii'-rt-in1-*1--  rS--.5������3oL 60s .a?* dfisgniais and stores.  few;.it comes"irom tired, nerves, or  from supersensltivencss, or from a too  ftee indulgence in sharp criticism���������  Which is '.ikely-'to lead a person ic.fo  '.-^in:..?;^^ Jof?  the life about him. So long as critic-  Isiia'AddsisA not'l r���������.^tA;������n.tevc^  on the critic or on the criticized it is  beneficial; but when it is accompanied  f&2i������.$&n]Se^  and bf resentment in theASther ?������ bs-  couIvb nasrgingi and should be dropped  ^evenAif;;^  ;l*5?ne: ������n1.gji^^  ft rule, extremely, fond of each other.  T6uy'are;^^^  tbu?ab?ndt;;<������.rev:alwu^  iiaggidgAiST^^"^^^ famil^Aau#Qih;  and Is chiefly practiced between husband  and  wives/ parents,    brothers.  .������pd.A,.B-3t������r������;.^  Intimacy seem'sAtbAhfel required :f.M^yit:;  Few people nag their: servants, even  if -the ?4������rhersfar)ii Asbldbra, dusted'^hid  the silver and brasses pollahed only  :undferA������.r������rte^  such a state of things as he%t She can.  and when she can ..endure lt.no-longer  :sha};' ^mafces :���������������'. chah^ev*T.^etT;?lph^|sui������-?  feting? mistressesy are'-sometimes y;ha^'  ;glngA wives '��������� and Aimother^';"4^;.ibiyA,.the:  reasohi? no dbhht;? thstt ylni '?theit:Aoph::  jugal: ;6fe m4ate:n^->pj4ideAthey'Aare ? A al-;  wisys strtvingAtQ^riiise the shandard ?or  thoseA'sspst Ade^ry tp?..-thein.. y. ?y ;vlh AA the?  s&iine.i;..wa^^^  but be either ?toler^ej3or-Adiischarges  I fc.t���������T.T���������m - x-**i- T-i.0>';.T', .,.".'4:.....- ..'���������.. ,'T t' ��������� -���������'''��������� -::/:���������:       v.   ���������..-. -.  uio umtBTUUJ. ':yr.r:y--y:.-;.-/���������:-. -.v.'.'.-T-~..:; ���������',,i.;;-,���������..-'���������:,";;-.���������'���������,���������������:''  peTraoiisAwJipihAlt sei^s ^prth^whileytq  take pains -with;, but we should   take  pains? withAthieniAat; Uib^right Atiine  fthdAipT theAright-tone of voice-^  shb.rtii,iywhett'AtheAfeelihg Apt A affection  .hasV'SU.^cieffltiy.y  ribyahce.-y IfM'^^^'Tcmser^Atha^'Avrule;  '..*a~4.^4^. Tw.*.��������� .���������-������,r.���������''--..\-**.*~-- -^.'-i- i- -���������~ T-'AIU _.* ...j,.^-.'  tiniaAdf : our!' haggihgyinayAs(wn::;ceas������:'  tini'.''lnnttnaial'."nili'r'  iiMtt.  "���������' yy*yy^2y;. y-iysy:  ..-:���������:. ,-..*44Af),;i..N4^.lt:>7i.'^.j  .:y^y2'0fii^y:-y.  .jf&lwyj  :t.::y!:tixy<?>i.-;<-i*V; r.-i.vWM*-4-/KW.-r.^4T^-4TSiiyK������������S^?SSgl^  a'^<S������.;.',*.':-_vat<m:vt.^^  ,^:.:i*e  !A-;*:Si!  'i4-,.ft.-^ji3;ciK.ifi,.ii  |;|||||||i|i|^p' ^:*i^pl^^Si^  -?Ay.-^^������;A'^ythe:;}arge  : ������������������: ih&;.:..?oridAbfis Aiusiy been,? biiiit :?fbr :;:the:'  A-:'?Peans.ylvah'fa'AEai^  ��������� ^ouoleronthe rear^ of the tender the  l-aiigth is?98 ftA3%ih^ A���������'^heAr^^v^^f?  : theAoiigihe??ln;. wording ? order and with?  ��������� - 4,%der??:ldadedAia:;;66i8,^0^  22 y AAA-great' ������������������:part yof.;: Italy's'-; trade:> with?;  ^���������Turkey consisted A in;?A?eU|ing ; cottqff  A'?5obdsv ��������� which y wereylffift&wpaffvoSy'AE&'T  '"-���������^ericaitTTma.rhsATind;7i>i^hd8A"A;A?AH  ??Alt is estliaaatM that 500i000 felt hats;  -are ma.de in New South: Wa.les annhi  >^^2xyX22y22XXX.yyyX''Xr'2yy2;Xy  A There Aarie over? 2,500,0,00 trade  ionlats InA-^A United Kingdom A A  un-  Every year the UriitedAStates Aim-  ports between two million and three  ? A'^ilipn-l4������uhd3-'ofe'caB^^  y y Al'Ovei^aA-huhtirc^  r:f-ib1stfs>?p'a3s:'.Qye'r?.^n.^  -;^^:-:'?-whileA?the;?Anh^b^T.(^->vehi^  ^y^icfr Tciross^th^  ?A.A;?.t:AAiAi.eme^';'*.fferA?'Eai'M  ;��������� thiBA^raehe^itjtp; eadureAtprture: ^he  :���������' :������ar its aAdelicateAo^Mi^d fewAca>o  ���������'.'.4.U I'" J'^ii-iii:-*;-.***;- ���������������*���������'��������� ::��������� l,i.i4^ia~i.lU~tT������i'-'.:TI^4���������������J;;  ,..:,.xu ,,.:uQcaM.'TVT.*4.u::.������i.,.v 4^,Mi]moi(UB :\-tt.-..: nui JRv  A toriai doctor.AiPr. ^hbmas^ Electric  A Oil A oft er? r^ yiBlh-Ple^.riahiedy. A   A few  drops upon a piece of lint or medlcat-  ��������� edyxiottbniaiM?:lpl|4-oed:;.,itt. thevear-'.wili'  y��������� w<������i*k; wond^reAhi rplieyln^painr;'. A  : "^he wh^esAr^WTht^  -. JJorth PaciflcA-tyrote the fittest   ever  known.   The blubber lay fifteen inCh-  2va -.doepX' 2y2X-yX'X yy xyyyyyx'- 2- x.2-:-  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  It  *.m%  ������ --  .*^^?.'.     .'444.4411.  ?AAy.yAAkfn0^<a*^  AATT^AiwmainA^h-c^  transacts his bush-iess is conveniently  ?plieeaKf6Fv.:'hir!'^ri*^  make? it a Ainilts ��������� onlyAtb Areceite Abffllcial  .visKprB?;:in>j������sJA*'bmfe^J*;.Ai^  .personal A .������irt^dii������������^ :  hii?;A;priv^eAA:Bmbkihj^obfe  one of the most handsomely Stiad up  of the ..whole'to������.i.the?'p^iV^;;?;siiit^g:?of  the. :.:ralaciRv;? athdAwas 2cttr1^y6$i yhy-  thti direction, and undeiy the personal  aiip^ryisioh'-TpfAtheT^a^Al^i^g  lt:v;ls.'nbt:.yery;'.laiiij|e?'ii'^^  "niau!;iS'--Vrdb'in"'?Jn-:!AeVe^  :y^rd,Ar?v;cohtainih^^v;#ainb  thanes, shooting^  monies to his Majesty's:?^kiliAAfwith  riHe,?s?un and the rbdA ^;A0esaaiohally  the ?Kinc   will   sugKesfc-Eij-diirihgA,the  course; of & busvAmorTHneAthatALord  ������tahsfprdhf.ra,CbK'Sir? F*?;Ponsbhby. or  Othiprs of bis secretarfal staff Afihoiilrt  susnehci their duties forAa;?sbbrt.itiTnfi  and? accompany ?him to the yAsmoking-  rbbmi; there to havf> a ��������� chat:Apyery A a  briefr'femok r.   The Kihg dbesAnot-smoke  brvAariythi'.-? like the sannie i'extent as  liia;yVAje?-;i!rfa3esty.'A-bi--:w^  rpbordv that, he -|.never;-w^;AseehyA.?bh.  n������a: W5y; 4.0 his. pa..t*ropKii*.Oi. a.; mcrciAii^  without a Acinar in his Ttnputhy3?S Al t M  Very A rarely  that  thi>v Kihg:y|;3mbkes   '^igarstfee,-  oii?:.'the  st h,;ais.; in thb case of the .TVIed^a^y^  aq;e.vhe: will light a briar pip^wjthiobi  ^uS;:y'eiijoymei.t4;Ar.v.H  l4t������4v,4*>.%.A������4 '.I4A WallA/? '..������.��������� l^Aaxrn?-.;./���������;������i^yIc^4li-0 4-  u\# *4W��������� V.1T - 44,4.  .   4rt*4.4.44.   4"    '- -. 4^4,., ^ ���������.. .r,-,..rf������. a.jww ������ ,  and ''��������� this '.'��������� 3iiay/-. ��������� be -��������� accountedA"'AfciA'A? in  iBohie yrespect ��������� by.',; the��������� AfectA^iatjiSTthe  QuefbnAdoes hbt likeA'tbt^WellybfjAt���������'>���������.  bdeebjin? any ?roomAsheA������hterSiATiTA:.ATA?;;;  Asthma: Doesn't Wear Off A!ona.?po  npt make .the?^bist4akeXot T^aitihg for  asthma: to wear away by itself. 'Vbil������  .you are waitihgAthe disease is Astirelsr  gathering a?; stronger?f66thbld iandyou  live in danger? of  stronger  and  yet  af^4\t4 4^44     ������41..14q.���������������������������.:���������:'TiL.-' .  -r .     ������44.'-   .ttrjyiZ^svJ**.-*  444,4   WUgtfi 4������.V4,44������V������-������?-....4T:arrAV-.������*4  '   ^S^       A^MUgg   O.  Asthma -Rein^yAAtaken, eai*.y.A will  prevent? incipient; conditions from becoming chronic ; and A saves ' houris ;bf  awful sufferingAA Ay A v:A f?:  '4.4VH     : ���������������������������.���������.44W^4B|..'^^EWI   ''-  purities, in the Blood.  Th������B'v?3!V^hja|e:?:^y^e^  2\.IhvlgoratedAby.:2'.XX--::-':- 2-22  ;tyyv  ssythisgr-.TStrcngsr  though w?K=n he is travelling  ?2 Archdeacon Fisher was,hbt: Without  ^y iitti������ v^itsr? in" respectytoAhis ? ^br-  moivAahd Aohce recei vedA ai^iet A hint  ;^m;ACbnstable ^h the ^b3ect^ Hay-  ?ihgAA;;;preachedA t an A rtd?Asbiro(mT;bnce;  which? ;he.;,.was not awareAt-hatyyCbn-  stabla had hesrd befbrs������ he ssked-Thlin  hpwyiie Aiiked :?ii.~,,:. yyyX^yyX. ^MfXyXXy  y:': '^^:.?'much;;"' ihdeed^i^BberiV   piled Constable,  -'i .:.':alwaysr.iii-4.4:!  Ttha.t?ssr!zioii="? '"'..?- /2'~2*/2i.-:2y?y  te-  It takes the ayerage? author two^  years to. write a book that the average  person can read in two days.  Steamship companies ih the British  Isles own pv^r 8,000 yepqeK  '���������;���������?���������;. When a cloud appears in the sky,  which grows iargeiv it.;.precedes a  *torm.     When you see a cloud   that  y grows smaller and melts away, it   -is  . going to be'fiir.   .-    -���������y-yy-'- ���������  --.X: Let th^������ Hver:set sluggish? and torpid  arid there? is troubleAwithr'ali thfe vital  ;prigT^^SiA::AAvA-A:^?,AA >::y?wA.AAA;:^A?j^cS  A?A';^lie,T';t.piigue, ��������� Ais;A? vcbited^������t^>:head'  aches, digestion fails. A^hbreyisA fut  ness,^?ermehtaaoh,Aiflii.tinehbS', AliaA the  ?8tbmach.v'-"?TThe:AbbwelS?A^o?^tt  ed and loose by turns, ^rhe.^kldneys  become clogged, and inactlvbi    Eiven  i^'i:'-ift.;lL'-'i^? -f U J* ^ ������: -^."'. ;';-y w-; ��������� j-.vjl.^.'^ .;^.. JA^v^' :-Ji-. L^, j  .''VZwfVM.^Iu^, imioi ui Xm0A ^^ipV4������it?*U^4=*v*S*^  the system by' pimples, biotche?   and  ' ItverispotsAT '''��������� -:" '���������' A--s?; ? ���������;' A :<.:? ;?;��������� A%AfT'A;sA;AiA'AAAA  A The Auction :bf -jJhe- '��������� 2 iiver-A-;.rn us*.AAJaej  ?,awakened;.':AT������ndA'npthih^  :;blieh....thiB?'?Ro'-.nuicMy?Ta!jd-^^^  ;as; ^ yt^iw  Wit ?l3 tfiroughAtheAHver and kidheys  alone that the bipod can? be? freedA^of  alii its: impurities and tholimbrbidyihafr-:  ter which collects theroAwheh the -ll-  ?vieirAis?tbirpid>y-A;:y'vA;; yy -. X. ���������A'VA:-'AA':':A'A;;'J  ??������������������'-. -Many aA8ufCe������ingrmah\ .ahd >mahy; a  despondent wonmn has been cured of  liver complaint?and kidney. ?deran'ge-  menta'-: by Div Chase'e    Kldhey^ldyer  Plllis.     By their direct iihd combined  asjtiop: bis bbth Iiver?and kidneys thby  ?haveA?ofteh ? proved. Successful ???vheh  mereAhldney medicines have faljpd,   :  ���������Backache,   Kidney   Disease,   Liver  Complaint,   Chronib   Indigestion and  Constipation are thoroughly cured by  Dr. Chase's Kidney^Liver Pills. ; One  pill a dose, 25c a box," at all   dealers;  or Edmansoh, Bates & Co.,   Limited,  TTorohto.:?;?;.,'?,A:';,!;??: '-'���������X.'2.--  'yyyyyy2y,y:)^^^siv^ai2yiyxyiyyx^x:.-  We offpr One Hundred Dollars Reward  for any case of Catarrh that cannot- b������  "cu'w*-::.;^.;y.Ha1l'BV.;Gateirb^%Chiw:--S:^  .���������'yyy-���������������������������y&.-.-j. chbnet- '&::co.v-;Tot.'do.-i%������.-���������.���������  Chehrv f<ir the.''������������������ 'laist ^iodyears. at\d.A*b������ilev������<  him ..perfeotlv-; honorable la 'all,:business  transaetsohs and ftnahclahy able: to?,C43iTy,  ���������ut any obhKatlone made^by his?ittttsvyy.  -yyy :.:VVjB:IdinK.TV-.Kinnah-;TA yMaTvttxyyyy;  . .-.��������������������������� -Wholesale DrujncipfcB. 'X-oIedo. O.  :.-, Riill'e Catarrh -Cure Is taken IntBrnallr.  Bctlna directly uoon the iWood-and sriup-  ���������us surfaces ^pf the ayatenii.; Teattmonlala  P^.*.*^**HP^   ���������" --*T *-���������*=���������,.'������������������    ImK. .-. t,40iT ., UU������4VI49*.    ...;44S,1*������444,  ���������my^jM'-jyrutxiatm.yy.yiyyyyyyyyy-^j^y'yy  r.y&&9 UalVm Fstelhf WHS^ ^Sse Coastt-  patton. ..;'.'.,:tt ; .-.-���������.;���������. .���������-.-^���������vt:-:-,t .  , Victor?Hemer3^::::tib.eAnbtbd^^  racing autbmbbilist;AwasApraisin^A' an  American autoittoblib:?S 'l^aph't know  why it should be Aso mlipbpuiar,' ' he  said. ���������: ��������� '"Perh^yitA--yjsij'ty^dvertised  enough.. A1:At'TahyArate^AitAis'^Wa r.?.;very'  much under-rated Amachine.^ ?"It re^  minds me of the - manA; w;hbsb's A wife  called to her little??sonAohbibbldA^i-A  ter night: "TommyiA^AbrihgA-he up  the bed-warmer."; ;?v^bmthy? A without  leaving hiis comfortable? seat; A?hetor������6  the clanking radiator, '^r'alibutediiidbwii^  stairs; '^.Father,Ampther Jwantsyypu!'f A  Laboucherej of London Truth, in his  long career ast editor and publisher,  received huridredsypf writs fpir libbl^  but the highest damages ever obtained  against Truth up to 1S10 amounted to  ������600, and: thoA^aber-ias onlv lost six  or..eightAactlphsi.AiA:AA.^ A?-? A?,;"''' 'yy y[\  Dysentery corrodes ?the intestines  and^peedilyy^eatsAaWay the iihing,  wringing about. dangerous conditions  tha.t may causa deaith. yiJTy'SiAD. K^-  logg's Dysentsipyy Go?5ial clears the  intestinal canalsAJbfrAthe .gerinsA /that  causes the iaOamaaatlon,^ ahd by protecting the llniTig?frbm; furt^ier ravages restores tbeinytb , healthycdhditibn.;  Those subject to dysentery? sbbuld!n6t  be without this simple yet A ;powerful  remedy.-,? ���������;?A.:AA-y"':;'.A.??;?T      '"' '"'  ^^^''l^as^^^T^!!ie:  .:.���������..:���������. T^T:^y^TJ:������giT;i|C4iv4.-r'  t: ���������'���������'  tgfmrmmaam/'A  -f*i*y n������������d sttchbelpsa Nature >>roTid93.  .An. excellent aid to^^ impaired kidneys is  ��������� ":e&eev nitres;-?'?'!*'.������;'one of the curative;  i a������t?nta_in;v X>K: :CJti.4RK'S:; SWEET  ^M������������RSi 4������IBI^,s������dis ������������psd io its;  - work by five other splendid nnod-  ���������t4.-'������4Ain.������44i4 ,..J;T������V������;^:TT>Tn -.T'.^t a *\vp-m:  !HaS8ffi^t?SET   NIXRB prLLS%������  WZMM --4^.������<^:'pnfie when ,?yoij;:;_; have-; lama  c_- inVtlie ^oint8rA:> ��������� ^^^  before the eye������, frequent  ��������� Bhes. etc.' Thiey Jielp yc������to health  keep you ^fe-Scfld ,������yw3wbM?i;;a������.  ty cents a bor'cr mailed dl      *  direct by  THE BiRTIS, SALE ������ !.Y!.eE CO.  W������imlpeg, Canada  l..���������...c4.,���������.'.^���������.^������������������,.v^rt������V34.���������4l  - i t ....v.-:;.. -, cs.T,>ii. ,*.']  ^tJ���������,vV,;K-:^;���������7./,SS',>i,  lJrJ...;V. ?^'....-Tfl:^  y*;m>������m  mmmm  - r-i -yyb.y-.z&y  ViSTT-fti&CsS  y?2im0M  ;������  yi>y  ^ .*. lf!.Jl.|ll"J.'.|J'U'"-  vmimmxttyxxm'  <-v0  ROVAl3>1Al:  f*I "  .1.'  ^VVheire'.\|ira8;JWe.?:::.  ���������uOuipiaihed;y.  smeii  fresh paint." ;���������  "If you'll just wait a: miiiate, sir,  answered _;the Abbsegiiious ^cfuhctionariy;  ... ^iSVs;.; goss������,.. a wayv  XJted Box of .Cutiqura Ointment and  s    It Completely Diwppeared,  ....   mmm.mmmmmtmtmtmm  "I haVo iiulTored from ftcanma for twoyitot*.  Tho troublo boffan on ono arm wlioro thoro  appeared a rod apot ef about n (Ivo-cont hIeo,  ������mtl It always wWohod, all tlio timo itching  ��������� and bumlnir. The flrnt days I didn't euro,  hut flootng that It gained In bUo, I trlud  ������������������ Olntmnnt and Ointment, bnt both  without uuece-a. sit wtw always burning and  Uniting,   llavlnff BP������n in. tho nowupaper tlio  , advortlnement ol' tho Cuticura lUunudiog, I  trldd, a little, and toolnir that It Improved,  , J hauRht a box- of tho Cuticura Olntmnnt. ,  After having uiod one box, my wieomrv oom-  plomly iIlflft������poiilr<id.   Tho Cutfema Ointment  i should, bo koju In ovory homfl." (Signed)  N. Outiguy, Marlovillo, Quo., Jan, ll, 1011.  A Generation of Success  For moro than a gonoratlon Cutlouia floap  . ������nrl OutloiiW .ointment havo afforded tho  ������p������odl>Mt and moat economical trfwtmenl for  lushing, burning, nctUy and bluo<llng nkln and  ��������� ������calp liumora.itif young and old.   A Hlmjln  . ������,������t   Ih   j,fl������r������ ���������m\(t\i'it*nt       u..\,l   t,,.   .1.......1.(4  and doalora every wh^ro.  For a llb������>������l nmni\\\t>  > ������il  Miuciua ������H>ap auu Uiutmunt, pu������l-lreo  ������Hlh   n^.t.'  Iwvtlr r-n  ������H"  +mn'l~n.    -44-J  *n  I'ottcr Drug A Chem. Corp./nolo propa., M  Coluinbtw Ave., Dowton. U. 8. A.  APILE8 CORED IN  6 TO 14;DAY3  Your druggist will refund money If PA20  OINTMENT  falls  to   cure   any  ca������e  or  ItohhiK.    Blind,    Pleedini; or JProtrudinb,'  Piles in'������ to 14 days;    60o.  - ���������-,..,.:^: . ���������:.:-. .... y*.  One ot the most extraordinary freak  aoclotlea .eve.r Unoivn haa .i"~* been  started-iln ������i������������*ina by the Baroness  Mohu'. It Is Known as the "B\tt Peot,"  Its object being to spread the theory  that big feet are not only healtny, but  beautiful. 2 ������������������' y '.' ' ':'y  Piiis  .seamstresses for better wages  lias disclosfed the tact that the^hialte  ;non'. -i5,.���������_.:';'aVtv *.j.i^*.~- _. ��������� J3~.j.' : w.__!l!i.i_'  teas ::tnair^-nliyyepnits -������\day;  t^Ahburjs^*'A\'r X:X' yXxx'  V.WfirKinar  A Pill for; A|IASeasbhsS--Winter and  summer ;In; any??!l^tudie^?������rhether in  torridAzohe?: or?;��������� Arctic^^^texnperaturei;  Parmelee's' VegetabieApffls: can be depended uponyto do ^their; work. ^?; Tlie  dyspeptic AwlIl;flttdA^^y;a?; friend al^  .wsys ������Luu s*iOU������u' .c&rry;;tucij3, witu liim  everywhere.? They a^Ahiadetb withstand any eliniatb? and vai^y warranted  to keep theirftfreshness?:ahd'stl"enSthA  They: do; not .growAs^ejA^quiality hot  : posseesed 4n many ;;^ll^>,^hoV?.- A ohA thes  ;markety.''::^?A-?:-\:A' .AAA';1"  y:^f.  ���������-.*;;:  :)VefekiyyA.>aI!liVgsA?AtbA:'':stvS . :A.Fr^:.  XX2Xy-?XXX-X'-?^^rP9^'y2yr".yX2  XX- '���������;? Prepaid 2 P������imm\a^XX'yy::-2y:  4*B^T^ fiRI^IN^AiiRELANix  ?..::--'���������CANDiNAVIAt;:'A:.''?AAA?  A a:c'o^tsn^nt^v;P0!f.Ta,:yyX:y  l.:yx2y2y22:yXiy:yt������22yXyyy2yyy"'2y  ��������� '������������������ i i-ii ^   i     . i i .4^-M.;,.��������� ;vi.���������,;     *y:yp*m  yymmmym&mmwmmxmim  yfrHmmfyzmmcti  xxmm,  ;??!t:y������$y\  ^fi'i-.'.v-*i^.v;'<l  t-'.'.i>-7-^,v'Jl>..:  All Rallvyry Statls.ns : V'J  Manitb6i;.?vAlbari^i?;^^  -?>T-::.spj.iaits..^biumD.J8.:'::.: ,t.'. ;--.:..'1  At ;ldwe.st axtes;AA For reservatloiu. 8  | tickets, details, aee local &&enu os I  l:?wrtt������',' ?A A-;-'-'?:-i^a^^AAAv^AyA?^^?-.? AyAyA |  |?AJ.S. Carttr, Gen. Agent,?Winnipeg 1  -   i>i.i;A4. .;*������Ui, uoyiuiuxo   iiuui   ������^.ia>,   ooaia  er Sasdi';-:5.-!r.li teSerasatloo upss rs^-css^  ffti*���������..������������������.Bars Maet.lnery ''>Mfa.A Gq* UlnsSSs^  ������������������ ?.: Teranto-^nfc";  ?.T("������ifB45Si  .:;r.-.-4;.vrcsi.i  ;-.>---T'^T-TW-r=.a  i$$m  ��������� lSBi^SBSA;015!A ltoX^B$2l?R&Sl2  ������i������.aM������!i������iI' .:^i*:"-'^4Lt*������^^vvrt^-r4'v'������f.'l.l,^^i:i.;-'A-  tl;-  oatcbly stopa coughs, can* colds, heals  ,tha?Hi?oat'a.nd luoda..    .; ���������:���������   -   , ������:3 cants.  Hydrophobia Ib now so rare In Eui>.  ope that the cases have nverhged biily  ono per annum during the last ten  years.  ;.A?Ay ?y?-A::A- Ay A 2':. Sardonic"; A'A  Sir Kay Lankester says in a rieceht  publication: that ~ the "sardonic smile'';  and c ''sardonic laughter" have .; beein  supposed: by some learned men; to; ire-;  l^r.:.tb, the smiles .of,the ancient AS'ar.-.  dinians when stomngtheirA aged parents. A' But thtey;have ho mbre i, to do;  with.; Sardinians than they?, have wltli;  sardines or'siirdbriyx. !iTheAwbrd **sur-  dbnlcV. is related to a Greek worj  which means "to snarl," and a sardonic grin is merely a snarl. In t it  the teeth are shown with malicious  intent, ahd; not as thoy aro A In the  benevolent appeal of true laughteri  Mrs. Grbtc, the wife of the great hie  lorian (who was herself declared hy &  French Wit to furn"i'sit the vjcplaiiatlbn  of tho word, "grotesque,") Wrote of  "Owen's sugar-of-lead smile -���������referring to the great naturalist, RIohard  Owen. There was no -"-,,-������' in the  description, for ho nad, as some others  have.Aa very; sweet smile, accothpan-  led by a strangely ^ave and dlsat)'-  proving glare in his large blue, prom'  lneht eyes. It was' only apparently  sugar of lead: really, it wns sugar of  milk-���������-the milk of human loudness.  The Japanese mokes Vegetable  Is-  inglasp from six varieties of seaweed.  A Bakers iii ;S,rance;?������rs-'-;sublec  ���������certain unusualArjal^AafldAteiiilatidhs^  ;ih?'Tlarge;:fprti&dA^whs;-Afbr??;is;s4a  .|hi^:i^ptA^^ayfc������a-^Ta;ae^^ ''  in hand in case bJJwaft AvNofciOmyAthis,?!?:  TjufA everywhere ? .theyyha^e ;?to Adeppsit J A  "is.?sum?of money:.������u,?Lue,Au&no3j.ofi;Atiie:;;  municipal '���������'��������� authorities "^s:;& A securityAoif  good;; conduct; A and A thbiiiaw, 3 not" icon  ,tent iwith merely lookingA iafter, thielr  Weights   and   measures,   actually   de-  bide   the   -price  at y?which?iljread;, Is  soldv?:;f.?: AA:A;.A'.A;?AAi-A: -A     ?AA  *TrjtMarine Eye BcmeSy. No Smarting���������-Feels  Fine���������Acta ; Qniekly;  Try; It  for-,?Eea, t^ealtj  ; Watery *Eyes^^ asid Granulated Eyelids. ?Illu&.  trated, Book In etich: Packa^. Murine; la  cqmponnded by onr,-Ociillsts���������not a "Patent Med-  '.. '34444?,    ��������� BQV     44S444i..44S     {^ 4.4wG4>44M������4.U I     A  41 ������ OIVIO^O '   JTHI.^--  tlce lor many years,, Now dedlimted to the Put>-  iic ana spid by uTOggitiia at 25c and Xc .per Souls. ���������  Marina; Bye. Salve in Aseptic Tubes, 25c emd 50<3.  Murine Eye Remedy Co.B ������lilcago  ���������:'ll'iKVfcvVhl:lf;'^^^^6  linib   TlUytGrowlhoilMVsanD!  ;j^:.b^yi;,^i-Sw;>thrtTjwU  ���������;??������������ yoahavei vvrstc, -Sescrib^:ihc irottfale;and  mention this viapefr; and we will mail' FREEia  plain envelope,partsculara of .the  ,;..'; nVA4lMf4r.a^..n4n4������4MA,^XVe^,  ,AyAyAA;A .AVyA.NTEm;.A  i Railways caiUIjng for jnen with    a  knowledge of yTelegraphy,    Freight,  Ticket  and?Baggage  work.    Big demand; o^ng;;:ip;'So.;miichyCbhstructIon ?tW������������.  :gbingAohi:TA.'Good?;T-?SB^ariesA;tbifbegiifc y$iX������������X  Rbgul^ Jipbifcs .andlwires;*frpinA rail*""''''"'"'  IIS  -��������� ���������;:���������m   ���������. :  -; ��������� ;.-m   ��������� .���������    ' Mf,*> *���������"*���������*������������������������������������*���������������-f ��������� ������w **��������� *������      xvhv.  '.���������*'-���������" ���������������i.*-a-vai������-������,A-.������,v< ^^.-  v������^ii������i������c'^-^-'v'.-Ts^i:U'- tr������--.*_  19 ;exp.UiIn^;Av^ribETDominion  School  ^Mnto;;;:;'?.AA Ay'A  IIP  ft?CffSsjl  ,."r:r,',:T-.aiJ4^il  ..���������ST-TiMSiAl  y. iyf'j-i  2M&01  yy!grM<  " '2 2   'i i-'f.ptee.g- ir?olwky  .T' -Tt ion- .At ^ '' riimtp r'o .-I r  ^-?-T?:sta^yHc]A^it\Je? and - SJXe^t(iQjii.i:rea-~i���������U  ^T^SS-PrSs^r^veAf-TTOidn tOrrOnt-an q~-^  '&WI  w:mm  yyyym  'yyyyy.. y^yyyy^- Write to^������ y>; .:y.yr yyyyy yy  TBE ACANADA CANCER WSTfUTlTE, Linutu  y: ,;1Q Chsrcb5-.1t.A?ye;,'.'Torsola." y "yyi?^  yA. sash lock makes ah^effective ���������siibi'  stitute for a bolt on a door and casing  are flush with, eacu o-ner.  A:; ..'OnTime.-.v'.;'.yy. yyy'y.2X2:  Some squander time, some invest it,  sohie kill it. That precious half Aibuir  a dayi which many of us throw awpy,  rightlyi used, would-siave us from the  ignorance which mortifies us, the har,  rovirness and pettiness A which always  *ittttbiid exclusive application to our  callings." ' A' X.  K\  W?lllliCBl  in  Brl:  Mas. WtNscow's SooTiiiNO Svaof has beeti i  ascd for over;SIS'*y; x'SAR.Sby &i1I.UOK3 or ;  ,>IQiTHERS?i6r?;theirf CHItDKEN t WH1.CR  iTSHTHIKtSi 's?!*hv: PEa BgC1, s "5ICCSSS I* '  SOOTHESth^TcHl^DiAsOFTRNStheiGtlMi  ALtAVSall .PAINI CURBS WIN1> COLIC. *M ?  i^lher������^resa^y^ibr*lARR������OSAiS^ 1������S U������ ;:.-  solutely harmless,   ^esureandosk for * Mrs.  ��������� VMt.������1ni*4.*������  :^rkA*'l44i44.4VT.U.*M.V4   *������ .44.^4^-#4i4t.A M  ^44,44.^^, .���������  ������' at times, if t;hej|would avoid X  heaid^hes, backaches, lasaitud  extreme nervousness. ? The really  iB]Ujp^i������M������y Aremedy A Ibr A t3iem--~A  lj;iSq^raAtb-j world; ovct and testedl*?  ;,tl^bufejbi;.:;iitlji^  ,:-B EnK%^ 0#% iVi S  P3LLS  Said 4*V(Bnrwhor*,  ������������������ ������������������ ���������      . ..���������     x" '���������-  In bos-as. 2Sc  Mlnarda Liniment for eale bverywhare.  As soon as a man outgrows a foollBb  notion, fc youngsr man comes   along  Olid I'-v-i" 'V V'-'.'.. ..;'"'  A,;'  Recognized as the leading specific  for the destruction of worms, Mother  Gruvoii" Worm Kxtermlnatol- haa proved a boon to aufforlng children ovoryr  whore.     It seldom falls/  Of the 822 vessels with a tonnoge  of 2,02',fl30 built, at nrltish shipyards  last yec.r) practically all wore of stool,  and Dfl por cont. of tho tonnage consisted of stoam craft. >.  W. N. U- ,Mo. 800.  Oermnn pnr.tn.1 nuthorltlor. nro. ex  peMmbntlng with a small turoo-wheel-  ed automobile for the uBe of lottor  ca,rrlers,  ���������        t  There Is a forcible way of teaching  manners In UuuHlau trains. One day  a travollor porsiRtod in sinoltliig when  asked to stop, and when it had heen  mudo clear lo hltn that ho wuu violating the law.   Finally the guard came  \n v.'lth p>. Jurtjj**, ������rV������������> h"pp������>n'������fl to h������������  a passengor. The Judge plucoil his  i-hnin of oltlco round IiIh neok. h������hl h  court, and fined tho offender :t������ roubles (about $15) on the spot.  Mt-d. flrnmmerr������v���������Tf wo hnvtv to or-  onomlxe. I suppose you'll proceed to  KIVU    Up    ItlU   II1ULU1    i/UI .  Orammcrcy���������I should say not, We'll  have to do lt in some way that our  neljjhborf ean't see��������� Thiek.  ,. THERE,.. 1$  yA;y    . ..'Sense.,arsd .Nonsense, a??  A Kansas judge rules that no man  who makes only $4 a week has a  right to' get - married. No. indeed!  Not uhlesB hisi bride is a stenographer  or a manicurist.���������Grand Rapids  Press.  i Not In 8tyle  Everett Wrest���������Wot's  wit' my style of dr'bss.  Felix Hawsted���������You're not up  date. Your John D. paper vest  made but o' last week's edition.  de    matter  to  Is  y    Troublesome Account  '���������"My husband has given me a checking account."  ; "Isn.t that lovely? Now , you can  buy anything you want and Just wrlto  out a cheque for It."  , "Yes. I'm rather sorry on one account, thougn. It seems such a lot  of trouble to have to write out a  chequn for one's car tare, especially  when the cars are crowded."  look 'better,. fit better, wear Ion jenAahd  give better satisfaction than other, makfcfl. ��������� ?  A They are. the result of: 56 yPeirs aecu- w  muiated knowledge :ance. experience ,ihr,  bulldlngf High Grade Shoes:;.���������.���������������������������.:;������������������;.��������� y::yy\-y  ., Stocked ��������� by leading deak-ra ESvei^wherw;-  In' Canada,?.   ������������������.:���������������������������:        ���������������������������������������������������������������', ������������������: \   yy-- '2:-\yy-  the john Mcpherson co., ltd;,. ;  "��������� -tX}y -'Hamlltoh,'?:pnt..'y:    ?-'?���������'  .TVt'-Ai.  yyy\  ., in the .treatihent'.'.'���������  ';-:.?..A?...;.yofT...,:..T.?.T.y  eOUCiHSACOLDST-  ?eATARRH,:Gl4lPI?E  i������KiaiM/r-iKW^  ������(,'.    (.liitJUtilfiTi,  TT-  SB  Years had passed,  equality of the sexes was fait accompli, and a certain candidate for tho  presidency had but ,now been knocked, in a dignified manner, into a cocked hat, A  Her humiliation was complete. * But  although she declined to talk tot publication, her friends were Icbs ret.cl-  ent. .AA '..'������������������ '  "Hats of that shape1,,, thoso protested, with much feeling, "weht out  ages ago!"���������Puck.  The steward of a Chicago hotel,  lias Invented a machine that will  wash and dry 18,000 dishes or plates  iii an hour.  "I want," oxplained tbo advertising  num. "I want a picture that has tho  idea of speed in lt���������-real speed. I  want ItA to go at a regular Marathon.  Rut. It's got to ho now."  VYes, I see," said the artist, picking  up a pencil. "How about Mercury?  Something like this."  ! Ho skotched rapld'y tho figure of  tho messenger of ���������Olynipufl. winged  sandals, wlngod cap, syinbolfe staff  and all. The ailvertlslng man looked  It over approvingly.  ."Seems all right," he commented.  ",Bnt what doos It mean? Who's Mer-  cdry?"  "Oil, Mercury? Ho was the upoou-  lest thing that ovor lived." tho nrllst  dechirod "Mercury wan the god of  sp������������d, yon know.  Rut   th������������  nrfvorthdnir  mnnnirm* iravm  6ne Idng regrotnil look at. the sketch  uuu hiii>oi. tin. ii4.au. ,     ,  ��������� ���������-t-,.^ u������a���������> i������rt rtinv������nnr������������i1 ".ndlv "Too  htitX; X ilko' Its looks.' but It won't do.  It wouldn't do, young man. Wo can't  got, mixed up with anyone's religion  ilko th*t."��������� Milladolphlu Ledger.  The International Dry Farming  Congress to be held at Lethbrldge  next fall Is to be attended by over  one thousand bver-sea. delegates, representing practically all European  countries. The Duke and Duchess of  Connaiight are expected to open the  the v political I congress.  Only tho uninformed endure the  agony (rf corns. The knowing oi.es  apply Ilolloway's Corn Cure and get  relief. .  He Got His Board Free  ''There was never but one gacs: at  this here hotel that stung me whllo  I was on tho Job," the landlord confided. "Several havo bent us, but not  while I wan awake. But this horo fel-  Idr certainly got one on mo. Say,  ho'a jivin' here yet, an' ho ain't never  paid mo a cent. Why don't I collect  his bill? Ilftw caii I? Walt 'till I  toll you.      V  "He's been stopplh' horo for near  two months when I approached him  on tho subject of gettln' something on  account. Ho wns cheerful. I was polite. Finally I got mad and put it up  to htm straight.  " 'Ym.np: mini,' nnv������ T. 'you r-nn't'  loavo this hotel till you pay youv  hill.'  " 'Will you put that   In   wr������*  says he.   Ami before I kuowed want 1  was doing I had done It!"      <  .���������..j��������� ���������; ������������������-���������  Six languages in all are spoken In  the British Isles���������English. French,  Manx, Caelle, Wolsh, and Irish.  "You told me an hour ago," rom-  pluinod the man with tne hihouoi.  "that tho train wan 2<> mlnutOH lute,"  ."Well, It. was." replied the Hta-tlon  agent..  ������������������Hut   It   l.nntVt   trot  linr-rt vol"  "Oh. I   thought    you  were  asking  UUOUI.     IUU      IKttlt      1.4.Ul     (IttU     J11M.      (/H.44144.,1*.  ��������� Ttotr-o  You  son 30 Beadtttul  Souvenirs, at Bc.;,  each, then send ub *i.ao and wo will send  outnt prepaid. Other gifts for boys and;  Klrl3. We ti'Uit you. VvVlUi for Souverdrs...  CANADIAN NOVELTY SUPPLY HOUSE,  London, Ont.  She wasVa very naughty girl to put'  ihe subscriber on the wrong number,  and she ought to have known hotter,,  Being In a hurry, tne rmbucrtber  promptly asked for a box tor two.  ' "But we don't have boxes for two,"  oald a startled voice at the other end  of tho line.    ���������' .  "Why, isn't this the Frlvallty Theatre?" he inquired.    4.  "No," wns tho mpiy,   "This is Gravis the undertaker."  you,  Hard Telling.  "How    many    klttohs    have  Georglo?",  "1  don't know  for sure;  wo have  one of thosp no race suicide cats."  "Some of your friends say you will  he n candidate . and some mty you  Won't."  "Woll." replied the "wary statesman;  "what do you expoct mo to do ut tills  stago of the game? Break in and try  to ho umpire?"���������Washington Star.  ���������iin.ii-i* mmm >*������������������n������������������W������������^  Laughter is the popsin for mental  dyspephia!  Bite the peroration off short when  yon'ro preaching to a man in hard  luckl  I  I  I  Bend for free cample to Dcpt, N.U.N'a.  ttonal Drug 4t Chemical Co., Toronto.  mtsmtii ii iiiimm.  mmmtlltmmm  ���������mmLiiimiiammmmat.m  miHmtm..>mmmi*mmi^mmmmimmmmmmmmm*immm  ���������J-H  iltkmmi ' >  mmvmUr-W..I'l" i'U  ���������r4.    4  1.44   Tl    41 44    144,1..441)  n ^em^B  ^������^i\J>j.jimi,iSS<t(y.=sf&^.3^������������iC.  Pu^shed every- Friday at Oreston, JSsSfcish Columbia, by the Oreston Print- \   "*&  eg asd Publishing Goinpauy.Xtd.      ^  ,fi  Chewer L.' Wynn  ���������������������������- -- , j, ���������  ';������ais*ins sa .  Editor aud Manager.  ^���������F   7W���������_^_^ ._, ._._ ��������� medium of the Oreston,vSdley; ete- \- _  ^iating^in .over.one thoasand?!h6mekrthroughont tbe Oresron district and:- KL  reaching out in a-broad manner into other conimnuitips.    Our ndvertiHing rates ,   Cu  axe based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers'Board of Trade, j  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.     Displav  ftdver-}  tisements. $1 per incb: per month; oth-ar advertising 10 cents per lit>e first ipsue s  aad 5 cents per line iu mcceeding weeks.    Subscription  rates' $-2 00 a year in  , advance.   Our,columns nreopen to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare "of the community.     G inti-ibutious umst be brief find  signed. "        ' -A     -  fjovernmen agents are usually tiie most fair ininded of  people when it comes to dealing with their country as a  whole but occasionally there is one who either through gain  to himself or through narrow niindness works injury upou  one section of his  country   without *my  cause  or   reason.  J ^-\/OV  will ;,makev|nb:A?-mpplflp  ���������A,J..,,-:;rwhen you;:^^^^|^|i||^  , if you -signC|h|iy^ig||||^|^  /St.  The Leading j  ~c  Creston Hotel..pT01^g||j^  ��������� men 'will  subst^t^ia&StfiijilllSp  ������teu | xhe .rooms arewellyfuittpKli^lS^  1 j a manner up-to-da.te.  uoiei of ine \  g zr ix  -   AtUll  ix'siBl-^  1  I  - Oar   Guests \  **������. f      /*~^������^ S  ^  4 ' Headq uarters ������������������ for: HMi^|^||^t!g|  Lumbermen.   Ranc.lie^^y^^lu^|'g  and Commercials. v^A:^?^  H>\-.** A    44,-ST*  rv  serai for British   Columbia  snuaied. at cans     <g    W&ipv&p^^^^l  bury House, London, is seemingly such an official.  A couple o;������ yerrs ago :hi3 Agent General had inserted  in the over���������seas papers an advertisement which carried forth  the slogan ^British Columbia Ca^tmed 9 Special prizes out  of 14 Exhibits at the National Apple Show at Spokane ii  oo&k comnetition with, the Fruit Growl"��������������� .Districts o������ U?���������  world.    Ranged around  this big typed slogan \v2re descrip ^  tnr-row ���������-���������*������������������������   rKct-l-wt-     ill  <&  &  J. IS. Moran  Cdijada except Creston.  &������  *." ��������� tln> laborer much thRt he has beeu  >sking.  Hsncliers To Oet Low Rates  He also assured the audience that th*  ^.4.    .+;^.. ^f    ~t..:i.~    4.1.4   ���������a-i-.riimTits  s-.l. .a-i.  4J[4444   4n444������V4AA    4^44 ^4^4414 4 44W        4 44 4!V,fr444^4T44>     VZ44\?4p  Aliu it vva4S  CatrSLOii tuat w*Ou iiiosef"* '--  9 Prizes.  Hs attention was draws to his over sight at the time  and a curt letter to the effect that he could not mention every place in jj. C. was his reply.  ti^u of tho ones most interested He recalled the statement of Premier McBride  when tho matter was first referred to  him that the measure is the b'est thin?  thnt ecu d be brought forward for tV  X\OW     he    comes    alone.; t province    He dwvlnred that it w.as only  * *��������� *r*r oi*sst  with further   unfairness���������a    100-page bulletin  discussing a m*ner of a v*ry shorb time before thf  r . .      4-4  . .   ���������������.���������*���������������. . 4 * ^t^ X'^^s would have money at a low rate  evei^ xence corner station m Uritish Columbia with out one  word of Creston, Certainly B. C\ has some fair minded  person who tould sive a cumtnunitv it.s iust dues.  The Board of Trade is going to wri e the Agent General  concerning his recent over sights in not listing Creston  among the fruit-growing disaricts of the Province and in not  even placing  the  Town on .the map which  he  sends  out  He referred to the road appropriations  :������      44.1.4^4     ^3 .4.4.^4^44. ,....3 J.~ljt i.U-4 ��������� ������.3 -4  iu   ciaia \A4voi.i.ivu    auu    LbUAUL     cut?     .TC.45.l4Llt4l.U4l*  nrj'Rupd rftjrr������t t-.hftt. T.a onnld not ^f! hia    ^  voaid work so bjurd for them and es  T  irsnQfpf   1 liforu��������� asirl toon ^Stahlfie  (Best equipped !  !'--   T������������;n>.  -a  3  fruuohise to the many others to real   m-  *   c ������,     01440.^' iffi- (ases,: equsppecs LAvery in a own;)  '                 '          -            '!?? AU class of TURNOUTS'rappUed at short "notice." ,a'heia."test sfcvle*.of'   <*  veered to the echo wi,en   he'toak iu   | CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire, paddle.nnd. pack iuW>.  S  <eatand tUl present wonld have been   $ -                                      Sn������elalit,v.                 .    '          .     .                 3S  pieaoed to have wt,u a much longer ad-   V --^eed for .SnSe.      Age^t fw th������ Melja i.^iiiin Manfg. Co.      Horses f������* ssSs  \y  dress fro**1 -**%v������ ^  m  -������   I am prepared to fill a I er .ire, both, by ������,vi������ i^nd mail, and meet all fetsias   H  *H    t  ^ Bulletin No io.  WAbU   JL4  ?i:*ffi  s ���������  #.ii.au  B   sa SB  a Hull.",.  LI81Ld  BS^iB^SP&l1?11?^  (CJontiuucd from Page i) A A  ftrnment was not afraid to handle big problems. In the past  the government have not Seen so anxious to take control of  the railroads; they have left such matters iu the hands of  the railroad commissions. These railroad commissions are  generous with the corporations; they can overlook some  litttc details. A government cannot overlook anything  Premier McBrtde and his'ministers are answerable to the  people and if their actions do not suit those people they  can easily be turned away from office. Mr. McBride and his  colleagues have not feared this, however. They have arranged their bills in such a manner "hat the government is  in control of the railroads and they are willing to answer to  the people at all times for their actions. And I am thoroughly convinced that when the railroad program outlined  for the future years is completed, British Columbia will  present a spectacle of unexampled prosperity which will be  ihe envy of all the provinces in the Dominion."  Mr. Bohoflold then turned from the  railroad polioies to'the past record of the  government. He told of how when the  ItfoBride government took np tbo reins  ot lenderrhip nine years njjo the Province.  woo worth practically nothiufj as fur tin  Ub securities wont. Tbe banku were  wary about taking tho sccnriti.H at itny  price uud the men of lUfMirs had to lm  convinced. "Tho seenrities of R.O. now  virtually stmnd first In tbe world v:hllo  wine years ago tl'iy were hnrdlr worth  the fwpor they were printed npon."  .nmuinii   xtome   i axes  ���������TH ..4JI4.������.      <������..-       ������...  ,        ������      4   .      t\  things that have been reooTnmendcd lor  tho pro*. Mt   m-.i1  aaid  Lhufc ono of the  , I  moat important was tho exemptions on  irnprrivftninntp. He nine declared that  tlio porrioual ami jioll Imxch will be done  nway with  Iii referring to tho labor question Mr,  .SclioJlold i-ntjtiiivlvd IiIh liHtoiiMH Unit tho  government, has liielmled In it.H milrond  bills uhtUHOH which  specifically provide  ..,.' il.i. ���������u.ttl.,j ..i.,itl lit whlit;  lul'Mi' iin)^  in the construction eamps.    He nlH-������ do-  i:]itr������d tliut, 11 HitiieH  ol' bills   lire    hoinu  j i).<:|.iu.iii witich wili do (iwiiy with   la  ) bor uiuicultius  to a great ox tout i.i������,|  th it it would only be a matter of meEfh.-  now when th������y oould drive all the way  from Koote"ay Landing to .Alberts over  good roads,  Reclamation is Certain  He  congratulated   the   citizens   for  holding a reclamation mass meeting and  said that the only thing wrong with i������  whs mas ic w is not beld earlier so as to  h..ve the work stsrted by this time.    Hi  arid that he did not believe the govern  ment would evor do the   work becanss*  i." hns had too much experience   of,?an  unpleasaut nature with the reclamation'  projects near tbe Ooast.  Ho assured th������-  pBople ^however that the   government  would give private capital every opportunity to car y on reclamation'work, fie  said ihat as soon-as ' the eleotion wns  over and Mr, Ross returned from Ferine to his work at Victoria the. matier  would be taken up afjaiu with,renewed  vigor.  In conclusion Mr.' Schofleld' told the  v iters that he hud represented them in  l-j(ii.slature for five years and that. ho.hud  tried to bo fair with every distriot and  everybody. Ho asked thoro, if they  thought, he could do them any good aud  il' iliBy {.hey ihought i.hui, the "vicBrido  policies 'fi arrantod their support to send  him back to the leginlative halls.  Prof. Walker Speaks  Prof. W. S, Walker, oC Banners Fei-J  vy, waB the next, speaker. Mr Walker  oiiitjo over to attend the mooting upon  t ip invitation of some of thoflo interested  in rcelamntidii in thin Valley who wanted Mr, Suh< (Hold (,0 nice I; representatives  of ihe movement 011 the other sido of  the border. Tlio invitation hod boon  sent, to tho Bonnors Ferry people nnd  they soloctod Mv, Walker nn- their rnp-  re,yi:i.t;ltlvt'. .Iu opeahig his spuocli, Mr.  Walker naid that ho ha-.l como over here  <4.  to bring the "respects of tho buuiu >������s  men at tho nppor nnd ef the V Hoy and  nnd to thank Mr, Bulioflnld I'or the in-  t.tu"i-.;l. that; lie hiul taken in tho uu-.la-  mutiiin project. ' Mr. Walker iu well  liked iiHit man and a npoakor in the  C <i t,i;n Valley uud bin romi-i'ldi %vo e  llHten- d to with great, lutero-t     Ho ad  V4.I.UU i.iiu vu.ulM(,U UtlOlk. U>  u   Uluu    Who '  R. J. Long who was ch.airm.an ot the  meeting theu invited speakers, opposi-  iou or ctherwiib to ecme .0 the plat-  iorm aud Col. N. A. Burntt, who for a  t mmber of years kept a hoBtelery in  Rossland, now of Nelson, responded" j  to the invitation to appear on the platform. He urged Mr Scbofield's candidacy an.d congratulated the citizens  here upon their Valley.-   He said he ^-as  c ii������rtr I kftfc Via AiA r\e*h Ytmwek mrvncvr *t\f\\Ti*r  ft*   '���������-J        4.fc.������������W      44.9    444444    444*44  4.4* 4, 4.    44,444#������^44.^      44.4*     ^4.^  W   at any hour of the day or nights ��������� Conutiercinl men.nnd landseekers,' T?JJ1  ^ '    " , -       receive prompt attention  ������fl?      I       S S     \*mJm     ft V 5 \mJt^^m i   ^^Wfi  SteU    M'>---l   ~  tilt.  5������-������S3������-������.-������^:-������������S^-S-������:-������^^^������-^:-������3S-������S2������i^  .J  Is   i  I mT8&tr8M*2&Sf  & good block cf land hero but said ihat  he was tryin- to raise monev to doeo..'  The meeting was ended with a "Three  Cheers and a Tiger" for Schofield.   ������������������  Nursed Cold While Here  .���������M.4 4       44^4^4V4t/.U4\J..V44- 44AC U. UOCflJL UU1UJ 4,44MJ. 4.4  ' ? .  enough cs his trip to CrestOu   to oa oh  i   . ���������  cold and was unable to speaK to'tho  ��������� '��������������� ~' ,  best of advantage at the meeting. In  order to get his throat which was badly  swollen, back into seape he spent Sunday in Creston and kept inside the  Creston Hotel where was staying moet  of the time. His ojdy tr������p outside the  hotel Was to call on Mayor Fred Little  "why hud heen ill for some time.  Mr. Schofleld went to Kitchener on  /[ the noon trniu and greeted tho electors  there. Guy Lowenberg aouompnnie.i  him to Kitchener. He returned to Sir-  d ir on the westbound train and au enthusiastic meo ing was .held...there TLe  n-io I honso in whi.h ho mncting vuis  hi i was packed uud he was given  r 'auds-of ip ltiusr. He lo.t the V. lie  thi next day to go to Pr o.or And um-  11nue his   itinerary.        .  kW&fi&misi'Bisgg  -   .   A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and snoes.  I Get yoar Wines, Liquors. [  8 Tobacco* Cigars* Pouches. \  j Pipes, etc., at the. j  Creston    yvtne    o.  Spirit Co.  'j  C-sttesi ^oet^Josnpound Tablets  l^lieac Pil^s >.re ci.i������.{w>np't4Hi tu.tri thp greT'^s  ���������."j from tao u\c-i loli.ihlo reaieoiu .'.howe to  .-v.v-itce; it itch as arc boiu������ used with muchsucu..?,p  b 'the iv,o-t ccs������:br-.tci physiciansknowa.  rtiey -)ro 14.re~'.:".c ;er tno '-I'ftressiaR' dtsevder^  i a  Ifco  S. Poole, Prop.  70U WORK,%  rMKByooRwoncy  )HKTOO.,  I  TO CANADIAN ARCHITECTS  iuuTuALL uFFiGIALS  Creston Club IVleets Ann  Elects Leaders  These Interested i|i seeing CresUn  h wo an AsBooiation football team tliis  auwtnor met at tlio Burton Hotel Inst  Friday oveutng and Hokctod nfllooia us  follows j Captniu, Jnok Gillsra; Vioo-  captain, Harry Gninett,; 8eorotary.tro������R-  uror/Tom Bainesi Executive com mlttee,*  Fmiilc OallaiHlnr, H. Nevvpll Birch and  I'erqy .VViitsnu  pin Hill is Orostou's KivutuHt livu) iu  an iii I'liolHtlon fnotlinll way niid Jiinroy  Hjland on n rtoout. visir- to Creston said  that the boundary town would hnvn n  to.un.iu the li������< d iin ..mini tIi.h mimiiH-v  bwuiu ������ooii Kaines should lie iii'initvod ������m  n. rnuulC  ^Oompetitioa for New  University Bui d  ings to be erected nt. Point Gre,\, nch '  Vancouver, British Colu'mhia.     !  The Gov.rum.eiif of British.''Oi'dujiiLbiav  Invite Competitive Plans for the geiier.,  al scheme and design for the propohed  now University, together with more detailed Plans for the building* to be erected flist at an stimtted cost oM������l,500 ���������  oob.   a     ;;,'' "'���������   '  ''" ';' ���������  Prize, of $10,000 v ill ho givou for the  most suoacBirul JOsslgiis Bubinii ted.  Particulars <>/   the oompotiiiim ������n  plun oi sits may ha ohrninod on  rcqni'!''  from the undDCeiguod.  ThodoHlnhH to lie'hem in i������v July 81*.  lOlii, uddri-SBOd to i<  TUB MIKia  Eli. OF B.DUCA. l:H.i'w."-.  Pi>rliiiiiiuiiit Buih'iiiigF,  Vlotorl  with us tjiev w&mtm  A.V IMTPDPXT W/llirM  ' V*& VII* mhwv m     ymj ������*mw.  /1BL������ OW PEMfllW    ,  as QVMUiA S TOEM/IILS  ;-MM.0/1RRy;m;y,A;AAAA'??  M^you-cmm^x^^-yX..  s* our Business is  flP05T/������l.4,.w���������...   .  %V-'.FINlinGMLaU5INBSSIN  RBhTSTOCOLVECT,  ;p&; HRfilffSIJRrtPI&TO'PMfiR  ( iVrw t.rt- mer, \vli.������  '.  ���������   .   ������. ���������(���������!������������������������..  tl.O p.'Ht- Iii...    io 'I,*' H    Wi .,    :',;,,,     i.')',<ili  OnriiCll ut, CiVm.voii City lufr. Snthrdny  with Mine Olive Cernle) for ncv hoine  in TiiIcIiIkmii.  ������������������.. WP. ARE PI.Efl5inO  <{J.- OTIIBRS WWII!. BE 51MB  to PiuEflisB you.  3  '1  Bf;/ltei;'i;e.lii.  !  The  i r������-t ���������(���������     ru;  1    <     , .  . 4,4  -.*   ..4   ,4,4.V 4.4.M^    i.U'.4j44n^  _X :./:'.������ff������i.-,-r1Ti,V������v''.'i,*   L4,  {.������   fv  ty .V1.-4J *.u\> 4^ v-.-J     I.. ������v.l#\\  ty" .'" ��������� 0  t'v.\Ji!te^ .4**i.'~-.>-ry .-f*' "T- **v������-������>. a������\ 0%ufy\  \^ ^v -w.������*������/%*��������� w������v sm1 v.- ������������������<>������>' "%������"%0'%m'!  Ih'i  Yy h  iiJt  -,-***������* ..*^y*^Vfcm&im  BBBBOSlg  piaMW  >Wl4'>'i>1'i4,4������,ll,-4. ���������A, Olfn^AAl .*.*...  Vii.   mm n away   rivK>"������vi   -  - ~1*nis -x������otsL, *i& one  of" tn^  r  ��������� ��������� best    known, * and    popular  Hotels  in  tlie   Kootenays.  The aining, room is strictly  up-to-date  and   t^ie  bar stxp-  plied with only tjbjb best brand  ���������of koAds.,  "l>   l������4     ^1  4 S/  Creston; B.C.  ���������1  it  1  1  '"PUT IC       f~*   A  kl   A   F\ I   A   RT  _    A  1\T!/  OE  COMMERCE  ; SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ^-" ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  capital, - $10:000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  I��������������� ���������������J ������3 l ya  r^ ^5 ,^5  The Canadian Bank of Comn\<?rce extends to Farmers every facility  fc*r the transaction of their banHmg- business including the discount and  I   coUectioa������of sales notes..   Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  L oa application.  -*   . DAnrVlNVsr   -DI  Accounts may be opened al every branch of The Canadian Bank of  Commie to'fae operated by mail, and, wili receive the same careful  att���������at.G>! as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.  Money .snay be'deposited or withdrawn' in this way as satisfactorily as  by a personal visit to the Bank,,  1Y1 PL I l~  -A231  DISCUSSES '/Tl^d;iii^  CATION" PR0BSii������  ���������--IX    .43   ScSloflsIw's OppoiieiBJt c?x:  pounds *fCa  al  vsr>  4' 1i  Labor" Theorv . i  <PERCY<-B. FOWLER, manager, Cr&star*-   I..nch  a  refis  ll!  t!I  I IS  itiiiibia Nurseries  Of Vancouv er5 B, =  * A  .trees,shrubs, roses,,etc.7 which is free  for  the asking to intending  planters. '  as  SI  -   Apple direct to this office *or to W. S. Watson  g j  Ml ,at G region. B, C  A^TRIAL* ORDER will convince th most  critical of tbe superiority of our one year old  111 ti*e^>nthree year roots. "  \ ,"  I 1������ "     "  ij������*   >war mwbw xarcsfW  ������������B������*3������   %9HW  mmmmB&jf  tsu Jst-mt^teb  sascg-   jm ^_      pas     a������-_       _ ____     *5_   ���������Kss-  .    .   .  < ���������"  r -  8  1  ^     4  t Jt*l*������,  IT  4JSL   ������   1111111 wi_ M_ m  Senator Dunlap and 'Parsons beauty*  Two of the most hardy and prod'-oH^e vqrietiea.   Propav?aieti under tbe  1. ,  most favorable conaitionB from tlie R. M , Kellogg strain of pedigree plants.  Price $1Q 00 per thousand F. O  B. Wynndel.    \0% di count en all ordeis  with reinitrnnoe in lull received before-March 20th. 4,  -f . i  ������������������*���������^i������������������m^^m   1���������- ���������-���������nmm������T������������������in3������4as������������llul������-'li1-*lii WM������ili������i������ju������������������m>'������i������i<������'"'l������������''lt������' | wmmmmmmmm.^mmm.mKm.  SVaOWRAD WIGER3,    ������JY^DEL,B.C.  mm^^^mi^^^mm^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmammmmi i mi 1  VARICOSE VEINS  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to His Hume for Weeks.  Vftrloona  t������ '���������"  tvjcd mwA npaclftlluM, bttfc coon found wit nil tliojr vm*** ww.my  ������wnoy.TXoomii.enoodtoloolc upon nil doctors as Httja^b������aor.than  vomSv. ono day my twun noliod m������ why I was off worlc eotwuoh .and  It told-ilm my condrttqi.;   ilottdviscdjiio to consult VfA.^P^S  tboy WOIIJ BqiiaiMi, nxiA nlrl'll'ii!:   I wrato them and ROB 10V NKW  oy  MnxnoD  ; W^JPWffl ������T' ^ "I22  virjrVU Woodoftha -vfotiiia atid  Drs.KENNEDY&KENMeBY  CoK Michi^iii Ave. a-id Gri(;wo!d St., DttroU, Mich.  AU letters from Cfuiudii niuHt\>ipUihetiiied  to orn* .Canndinn Correspondence Depnrt-  '    (Cdntiuued from Page li      ^  aaid, ''One gang atauding ,in front of  'ii> , ' - i  the employment office at Vancouver,  -   t, *        \     ' *  One on its way to the camp, another in  the camp at work and the fourth and  l.ovgest on its way back for Another job  vrith its home on its baok.*'  ''The working man is now given control of everything in which there is no  profit-the roads, the poatloffice/etc. Hj  dees not cvre for profit this working man  in these instances but he does want tq  handle something that will reduce his  cost of living or give  him  a prone., -I  ,     -  will gu&tantae you that if the Sobiaiist^  had control of the government and could  A. -t-14.     ^..4_     .!.������    ���������-���������1    _-i  ^__1J������      J������������������  U3.IVO U>Dk   1.U1I U1WI uuucd,     nu    cuuju UVM  hlfi the ^vegea of the n������en, cut the "time  of working in hair aud deliver you cost'  ac<$3 per too._ That may aottad >0sf6ssfj  onahle and theoretical bnt it is not. We  have the*figures that prove it.. We  know how much the coal costs td pro '  duce; how much the transportation  charges are and how much profit the  corporation make on each ton. le*-*  not time that men'began to study the  relation bf their vote to their meal tic-  feet?"  fovs Trfh������te To Scho?!?!d  Mr. Pefctipisce paid tribute to his opponent Mr. Schofield *is   being a "catt-'  ling good fellow"  nnfr then con -iuded  his main Bpeech by declaring  that the  Socialists have hopes of Sinie day re   x.  rurniDg to the people   the natural resources of the country which - have now  g tten into the hasi-ls of the capitalists  He Baid that there is no question of ih e  1 '  egtility of the  methods by whioh  his  party would return-these resources.  After he had concluded,  one 6f the  audience asked him why Jamus Haw-  thorthwaite zesigned from the Socialist  Party.   Mr. Pettipiece replied that Mr.  Hawthornwaste had not resigned from  the party bnt that he had interests at  this time whioh .made him resign irotn  his onndidany in tbte Nanaimo district  -le. said thsi> th. Vnnooaver Idlaud man  i ii8 .floating a company, and with  tbe  hue ten thousaud dollars reaped from  iat company n Socialist press will be  rte 1 in Vancouver,  M . P������^tlpieoc  was  mxt nskod con-'  i ��������� '.nig iho ullage 1 (rump-ug upon the  3 *  Hit fl g hy some of the members of  is jury.   H������ declared that there had  00    to.'.tramping u ion   th������. fl .g (and  A ' fcu- '.navlgnor" who had boon ao-  A-i.'d of couiniittmg the crime \vftB i>  ',   (| Lmuo .stortjhlvo uiftu And had mere-  :X c<ki-n it fr;>ni a table in order to give  ho  ivlieuoe ab a mnot)ng an uuo'jHtuo-  ;  \ vih\s of a Bpoaker.   He roforred jolt  ���������Kly to the fact thtit ho will piobably  uiMid a oouplo months in jail upon bin  la ii to Vauoouvor   eeause he dared  ������(fpmik in-thei puhllo flttewtfl in Vnn-  4 {Co-atinu<d "from Page 1)  of 47,000 acres of meadow land which has been partially  reclaimed and is very' productive. Where ever fruit trees  have been planted -in this district they have giver*' great  satisfaction and frait growing on a coianiercial basis is now  mcM   oufnV,1i\.1.<l/t   ,U   *l,to- Fftftl-aiKK/T al-P   4lPPf10I|e,,  T������ *.������*    %4WhiAWA*144I.V&N.\A    1.MM.     Vj������*K^4  J������.Jk.W������,������4������.������***jr   ,������4-.������������������'    _4.4-- 4^.47  The article  then goes   oh t :> tell about the  productivity  of the soil around   the shores^ of  Kootenay Lake and then  talks of the Nelson district and its "peach" plantations".    At  another place in the bulletin t-b-e writers get close to Creston  but not to it by saying  that "fsosn   Kootenay   Landing, on  the Wf-st tn'i-W  'Alheri-JT hotrnd!r\' on the Kast the country  is more or less aU suited io agriculture, portions o* vVwic^ are  exceedingly fertile and the rest can -be made equally rich by  /Irrigation; a beWiiul park-4i!oe regk>n; ideal for stock raising, a profitable iadus.ry, as tferere is ^ good home market  fpr horses  cattle,  etc".'   If so much  a*������al~ignorance of the  country were not shown   throughout  t���������be bulletin it would  b& humorous.      * '   ,  Sow Burns' Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  ������  1  - Call or send Sot   our  New. Pamphlet .winch is.  I   full of usefu.1 information   8  for Fruit Growers etc.  i  P. BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRBSTON       -      B.C.  i i  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU-  j  VER;    EDMONTON.  Letters were read  v?Hich shevr thaty  r������44 44144,^^0   .^^ ��������� i.A.A^    4^    MMn/4wa txtsx-\..    mn%*i  but Mr. Speers refused, to accept anything iu return for his courtesy. 'Upon  a motion O. L. vVyna was asked to  ?writeal000word descriptive article of.  will he token up in the neer future by  the proper officials.  O. O. Rodgers, jireBident of tne Board <  urged that some remuneration be made ;   4..     .     a-. * *.���������������    ��������� .������    t-i~    'h-''" ������  .  44^      _������.,    O'J^/diO   AV*-    14XAO        4Vk3C7      **..       ...^       J4LCMA  |flirs0 Rychmaa   Shippln  Radishes  Mready  .������ gUAk  1 gmmrvk u btt  RrliPiKEN THItMtli ASUU i  rsr&ftT  11I8US  I  I  11U1LL illllUiill !  W. Mobbi8 Prop. 8  j A   HOME   FROM   HOMB |  ��������� ������������������  1  The Week-End HoSiday  Resort oi? iEast Kootefflay  1 g  b Best of Fishing and Kantis-g \  SIRDAR  0>Qb  Mrs W. S Rychmau isrtfee. first in the  Ore'stoa district to begin shli^gJig vegetables to , the market, With the. aid of  Crestou'fl sunshine and through her  own good care of the plants she is ^fpx  the district for the use of Canadian  In- \ ahea^ , g % he others ia the distriofeilimj  formation and Development Bures^a  of  riOiorxa.    X. x>.  Buace v.������a��������� elco.cu a  ^member of the Board and Mt.  Rodgers  tnravfi the mpnihsrs to be more on rhe  ~-��������������� ~~  ^vlext for new members. >  fStaifl-eie&Co.  Wholesale '  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  f ^iU XIUMVfcWft   \J\*m-  brin^imgya dishes to ma.t-wity and ^ome|| j^j^i^gtQf^  or   tne   pro vmvb   01   xler   *i^- ���������  B.C.  \J  ^i-ACCiJl 4*W1  arealreBdyt >n their way   *o market at  ^j^*^ Restorer f Or Men  Wetae Jsewis.     She has al .0 eold some of *- **   *      -  ��������� -~������-  the p jodtECB i&   Orflstou.  i  Toa-44*. ^.UntmnS testotes every nerve in the bod y  i   ������ B������w^j#������4Sy.������������r������ te ,ts pr0p5r tpn^ion ; T^iorea  vim and^VttaRty, Prcsaaturo decay ar^5:*5e*Sul  weakness ^vetted at once.    SlMMp-umo* wilt  Mr6 Sfotai   n has developed her hot- ^^%$g&������g *%%&&&&  hour e plaat awd   it w one" n -ortti while, j  Co��������� St. Crtfeftr jifSs On*.  Pjjg J._.    __.-.-.-,-  ,.r   ^44.^.4. 4 A(\o  lett see Tjlauts nnd   these with etlierveg- --    <    ���������  eta Ntea will soou\a ������ ready for tebje aaa,- |  TiHOROUCrHBRED     RO^^L V  ,    1 ^4,,.F4n4������ll<4>.M   OHTD ������WI. I  Steal Ten Chickens From  A. J. Cameron  Chicken thieves have made thoir ap-  pearance in Oreston again and the residents, will have to be on the alert oi  they will lose ��������� their poultry just o^t a  time when they aro beginning to give  some lvturntt for the winter feeding  Ten hens were stolen from Cameron's  roost last week and a conplo other citizens have a su.piciou thu ihe/ hint.  v.nitod by the night pr-whr*.  This is the Ursb word of Uns kmA ol  wink thb yoar. In somo other yewr- xbc  (hlevea have been po bad in the uuno jiu-  uli.y Chat they tuok hens otf Bettings ot  oggs and away from hi* jods onlv a oouplo dayB old If tho rcsidentfl make uu  eliiirt to pvottjot their poultry it in he.  Uoved by Provluot*l bjiiutable Gunu  tluit the thieving can he.ys^oppoU. Il  auy iutormatiou can he given tho Con.  Btitble which will load to the arrest 61  the thlevfti, it will go hard with th.  ������������ffeudera.  Mi .*.   RychmiJB  M s   uofc onV^ P^^sd  Ci ������^jis's works a������> ������ n early pre iduser  v jKetabltK   huf tot*   own a^iU ^ *B *  r .euDdier.  3d a  of I  BRffSY PLANTS  ������JO PERT HOUSAND>  Torn Mttwson, < tf Woyhnrit Alberta is  |  jexpectied in Crest ttn  wits-iin   a.  coup*  weeks.  AU, PLANTS GUAFtANTEBB TQ  grow.',,   ; /   '  MmBp&wm  Dr. Kell of Crash    wcfltlMa v������ik Tisi-< ' .  ted Pr. Primrose-V   Mite. , Dr. de%ri^ '?*m^JF$S*  Cha=. l'\ins, one 0.  >-n, wa& hi town thw  B������noratlvejpi>i,ttr5l������  Ilkeston's old-tim-   n\U  Vhm  .w^^ttSSfiS  OOUV  l  Mr. i^iiipu'yo went to airdtir W������U-  ������ -Oav >. ht.ro lie iidilriuai-d tho o!o torn.  Ih- FarniPip*. IiiBtUuto will hold, h  meor. in In Buiino'ji Hull r,hl������ oveiiliitl  1 1 (imiiiiu upon wh it kind of wlrli fou'--  iiifjBhull ho hivrtght mid from what firm.  MTllOTICE  ���������'.������r r  ' pttS. KENNEDY ���������&. KENNKl^Y, Wlndaor, Out.  WrtufwfrtV.wTvfct^kildMit.  ���������   .    '���������  * A*   , ���������<-AA .' ' ���������  J  - \  A.'I niHohorH donlvonn of niaklug up  1^ ..1      Vi\v     ulinriia     Iv.       4II4/.     4T������../4..,������..  i?xult  ir wo-s Union Liiii^jl can do^10  iuisiv<(|ii buy  ���������JuOiUbun/ ut. .uu  um-J-u,  TO WHOM IT JVVAiV CONCERN:  NOTI0K 18 HIS tKBY UIVlfiN tlu.t  ho partnership herotoforu exiHtlug bi'*>  tweon u* or Proprlntms ot tho Barton  Hotel, Oreston, BrUifih. Column >, h. h  iseoii (his day dlanolvwd by. mo an* con  Hunt. All aooomlts owing to u.������> Hi ���������  ih Uotcl, are pnynblo to tho C.v-imii  Trudliig Oouijmny, Limitud.  iJntt;ii mutyU   Uie i<n'it, A. I .  i >i^.  \V. Hiu ton,  JoHiiph JnoVnoii.  vwrrvrooii. <    11   M.,.-.r������ >4,,.i������������  A /*  tAtt^   ^k**-**r  Cannot  '.Learn  BonlttrrKidsing  ay.::  There ia only o  it;pay from the" 8t  through it nil.  This is-exactly  ence School a offer  of practical lesson  ccsaful poultry rai  The Co-mrc }  raising: ' How to  nnd poultry for t  flcial incubation-  enemies of poulti  tiirkeyn; water ft  What makes  I. C. S, is 'a&oc  celebrated Ranc  for its fines Ranc  eggs aro markc'  TiK������..l..C.tJ...  tho only one o  that, you san :  ?'0ur own noinc  ho city. Hubi.i  that equips yo,  or tuauiiRO 11  Thif. Cn\trw w'  many othor J  helped thou mi  In othor wtlV  ��������� -l^s   ������������������ wnv toictrii haw totohifi poultry, nndimako,':.���������  Zffirl' that i! to ������n? from experts who h*yo been -  ^   r- m   oi ioQttY.������tion tlio��������� Intfimatlonti Corra&pond*'  ft0,^u   la NOT abook schcme.hut a home Course; A  ?SVA^i ������g^ ,i������GlonS experience of the moct sue ,;  ^Tir>_t^^^iiri.*oortaimnR  to  DUCcesnfuV poultry, ,-  ���������'i. .i".i  , <<*,'  , 1   ��������� 1,  :S'yX]  I itto l:inf"  !_������,.. Courra  ��������� *���������*���������<>���������������������������***������������������  tlie  the  tmous  BO.000  * ..'* : * ��������� ���������������  "JShS voStw in    :. miernnHon������lCnrreoponicnco Rcioola ��������� t  or .country, a������d   ���������  \  Ft  .,.;   ,i,,4,n  ou de������cripti'  'oultry H.-ii':!  uuu iiiuii i- ti  iito'lthndle a fow hena  BnTW  poxiHrv' larm.  <(f %.yCour������i.rhftVO  ja*.) of me" at"i vyoinvi-  n.o'i lif������*. '     ,  ���������' ,: ,..!M  i4^)������<������  /r.oh-ouUroi.tliia.lSW'Ht  .!.,. '������  -.     V. I it in  Kox C8:'l, UcRintOfi, Tfl.  IM������4������������ ������tna ������������������������������������ l>������������. -������������������ *!"���������'\,.,,"^*'j*  *    J'oullryH������l������i-J CmwI**.  4444.      ,444,       ��������� "��������� , J'       4-  ������    nlilln.ili.tt  p������ my  |-J>������. -I.--'*1' ���������!���������-���������:���������������������������������������������* I"   *  .1  A'<������w  WiHo    XL  HUUIU* ..MUl'UUi    -IA-".--*..  I  I  ;  f'*'W  - i i^^m ^^mm-w^*^ *m^mmmm^^  ^���������'������������������rrir^Bif' ���������-���������������������������.���������^-���������.���������.'���������-4-^^ .���������-������������������  sar:  44.44444 44.IM 44. l,l���������||ll.l.4y44MI. WljUHHm ^^W|W^*i^.lWl44l.lP'PIW<l4lil������|l,l��������� l-'fl.Wl.llWll    ������ HlllllllllHlllllli,,  4ja44iMI^4M4^^MM4i4^4.m]ll������il44lnil IIHI4.I.4JI  ,B|-.J^.^^IM^i4M4M41^M4^a4Ak4l4M44MlMI4^M^44i^^.  ���������r������MMMM44������MIM  mmtmmiHmt  ,aam*m l.hmtMmUm%il  mi^mmm.  vmm  m  mmiwm -mwasHw "m^.  s ri'*?-tt!=*s.ix&~iiznirvtjrr -^irsyv-  . >������V  *<  ���������'   i.  M n.   >' 4, ' '    ���������>      ?  '|4I R " ' /I  -jt,. ' r������j"ifiia.'";i"g'^t"  r     v  ���������-3*-V t    "*> y r \t  [**.  fmt-yfi  bf  h mathi^!. nirry.  HEEMlesiEE  Her Health Muct Be Carefully Guarded As She Comes to  Womanhood.  ISvery mother who calls to mind her  own girlhood knows how urgentlv her  daughter i������ likely to need help and  strength during the years between her  school days and womanhood. Then  it ta that growing gnls droop, be  rome fragile, bloodless and nervous-  Nature is calling for more nourishment than the blood can supply, and  sis"S of distress are piainiy evident  in dull eyes, pallid, cheeks, ^vea-k  and aching backs, a languid step, fits  of depression, nervousness and a dis-  131..4 4V.44 V44..4-. ������.,... 44-..������J  m.m.%z     4LX.A       %r*v\*^l      ������%J\JI\X.  rr*i. _j   1IIBW    blguo  mean anaemia���������that is bloodlessness.  The watchful mother takes prompt  steps to give her girl the new, rlcn  blood her weak sjstem is thirsting  for by giving her Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, because so many thousands of  feeble, anaemic, unhappy girls have  been transformed into robust women  through the rich, red blood these  pills actually make. No other medi-  rine has ever bucceeued like them  and thousands of mothers, have prov- ���������  en their worth. The case of Miss  Marguerite Boisclair St. Jerome.  Que., proves the truth of these statements. Miss Boisclair is sixteen years  of age, and says that since the age 31  thirteen or fourteen she had bee..  alK'icted ,yitu e-itreuie weakness, .and  seemed to be going into a decline.  The least effort left her weak and  1-rtathle.ss. so that sht. was unable  to do- any hcusehom work. She had  no appetite, suffered from terrible  headaches, dizziness and sometimes  fainting spells. She was under medical   treat *    ������������-��������� *   ��������� -     absolutely  no improvement, in fac* seemed to De  steadily growing weaker.    When her  r{*������4f������   seeiT-^d   SJOSt   finpplpc;   a      lady  fl-SoMt.     nrIv.4fi.Or5    timo.    Ilea    r.t    T\w TOr.Jl  To The. Queen's Taste ;  The King has brought mucii Indian'  treasure back with him���������that is to  eay> the Medina carried on the homeward journey many things which hit  &.s.je&t>, as a, collector, regard* <i3 i  rather treasonable. For each thing  that, is brought home, it may be said,  roughly, something has been left behind- The ships book-shelves, even,  have oeen overhauled. Many a volume went out on its trial, and did not  .survive the clo&e scrutiny under which  it passed during the days of dreadful  seas. Certain books on Indian his  tory served their purpose before the  Dunbar, and the encounter with the  descendants of innumerable royal Indian houses, and will not be called upon, in these particular editions, again.  Of the fiction, since his Majesty is a  close follower of sn',T% llteratue, no  great cleaiauce need have ueenrnade,  for the books were not chosen at haphazard. "A good book for a journey,  sir." does not pass for sufficient recommendation in his Majesty's case  Of the rathi r unexpected volumes,  we may mention Woruswortlfs poems,  George Borrow's ' Lavengro." and Sir  "William Butler's "Memoirs" as indicative of the tnea-Uh of the Kiwi's  taste in serious literature.--Sketch.  THE   CESSfOK:-Bl^IBW  _ .rf  W   tP?  HJfHI!!ii!!i!^!Rl![l|i!lJ!i!J!li![!"        '  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen.���������My daughter, 13 years  old. was thrown from a sleigh and  injured her elbow so badly it remained stiff and very painful for three  years. Four bottles of M!tt\RlvS  LINIMENT completely cured her and  she has not been troubled for two  j ears.  Yours truly.  J. B. LIVESQUE.  St. Joseph, P. O.. ISth Aug., lyOO.  The West  If wilt ainjr ������������   SC:<"  Ol  iliS WsStfJ"!  wnere T*ie plains are hue it ficcr,  ^.herc   h"avea&  by  smoke  aie  uude-  filed.  And the tempests rage and roar  <iad been, and lias since enjoyed the  best of health.  Sold bv ^ii fi^pl^rs in ise^iJciixs ������  by mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes for ?2.50 from The/Br. Williams'  Medicine Co-,  Brockvllle,  Ont.  iams' rink Fills.    After taking a few  uGxes she began to gain new strength,  and  after the continued  use of    the  pills for about two months sne was _  again as well and strong as ever she < VVhere the sky is like a great    blue  LESS TIME IN THE KITCHEN  MORE TIME IN THE FRONT ROOM  Th&i'a your reward if you let "CO���������  4m.m.*kikji i^uic'  aserntTC +���������i,4v  saaaerw ��������� ��������� mm   wwo  the place of the bread and biscuits you bake yourself.  You'll find MOONEY'S a delightful substitute for your own  best efforts���������the family will like them.   Because  ODA BISCUITS  como to you straight from the oven in the big Winnipeg/'factoryJ  have that  newly made biscuit.   No other biscuit can come to your table as  fresh from the oven aa EViOONEY'S.  Sweeet Little  Harry  you.'  tell I  "What, dear?'  'OOWl  Above a stretch of white,  And   wide-  the   tumblew^eda-Tim: sswri  roll.  TTnhimlered in their flight.  f      _ ���������.--.   ���������  j I sins vou a song of the level land,  i    Where the wiudsure fresh aut; I'l-ea;  'Where  never a hut    iii    the silence  stands.  And  never a ii'afiess tree:  Laughed Out of Hia Name.  It is Eartl to 1)6 Ininrhori Q\l* O? OtS^'S.  surname. That is what occurred to  au inoffensive gentleman, Charles  Sainsbury Pickwick, Esq., who after  the publication of Dickens' famous  hovel felt constrained to advertise in  the Times informing the world that  owing to its having been brought into  vhat, dear?" his motherasked..    [ Where the Wolf nnd the coyote roam i ������<3iotil^ and made a byword , by the  ou ought to go over ana live   in j. the snow ! uov^ilst h������ intended to abandon    his  some  country where  the  people  are!    Al)a ^ throagh the sul,6IX nigUt iname^Jprev^ _  Mohammedans."  "What on earth ever put such a  thought as that into your head,   dar-  " 'Cause over there they think all  fat women are heauttri'l."  "Harry! if you dare to open your  mouth again this evening you will.be  sent to bed with nothing to eat."  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns? Ete.  While the great Ronmaplr������^ scheme  for a pipeline from the oil fields of.  the sea hangs fire, several new pipelines aro being constructed in the  country, notably by English interests.  It is the intention to lay two lines,  fcach of four inches diameter, onefo:  heavy crude and the oth������- for light,  between Moreni and Ploesti.  Some interesting experiments showing that the yield of plants may be  Increased by electricity are described  In a recent official report published  In Berlin. Success was also achieved  In hastening the ripening ol strawberries by several days, thus enabling  the growers to command the highest  price at the beginning of the season.  A simple and good rule to remember and to follow- is to-buy nothing  in the baking powder line unless all  the Ingredients are plainly printed  In English on the label. This information Ih stated on every package  of Magic Baking Powder. All Grocers soil lt.  fo nam jor tae '.vouaced buffalo  That has vanished away irom sight.  I sing you    a song    of the boundless  '    West.  - :���������'������������������������������������'-   ?''���������������������������' -  Oi its great biut roof, the sky.  And the tide of pride that fills the  breast  "Wliea prairies ^e^t the -.-;���������"*���������  Of the trackless wastes ef snow that  T.4       ������������..4      44.444-* ������     4.-M4.      "44T-4 ��������� .  *������ lac omucapi u������ .vcficrn sun;  Where    the   grasses lash tho   frozen  s'ream  J And the snowdrifts-scud* an-! i������-n.  ���������.lack Remington, ia ths St. Paul  Pioneei  Pi ess.  This was the more  eara vs. sis icase because he pr-oadiy  traced, his name to a knightly origin  ���������from "Piquez-vite"���������"spur fast."���������  London Chronicle.  Jamie; haying come into the possession of: considerable wealth through  the. death of .relatives, was thus-addressed by? one. of his neighbors:  "Ay, ?Jamiey it Awas a good thing for  you iniatyyour rich freens, waur bora  .afore.-- yie."~" ���������  "Weel," said Jamie, "I'm nae sae  sure abootT that���������hut it was a'- guid  thing that they dee'd afore me."  Only Oo������ "BROMO eUlNINE"  That  Is  LAXATIVE  BROMO ��������� QUlipJlNEl.  Look for the signature of E. W. GROVF..  Used  the World over to Cure a Cold  in  One Day.      25c.  Chinese View of Millinery  Speaking to a Chinese gentleman  the other day. an Englishman asked  him if the Chinese ladies will eraulatae  the men and go in for Western headgear. In reply he beamed a smile  most childlike and bland.  Pressed for something more definite  he remarked: "Did you not know  that it is a well known fact among  the Chinese that the reason so many  European husbands look ��������� harassed  and eareridden and _k.ie' further reason why so many of "your young men  refrain from marriage is this very  question of millinery. Ladies' hats  cost so much that they spell/ ruin,  aud so we Chinese have told our women folk that we absolutely forbid  thorn to follow Western fashions in  this regard, whatever they may do in  other directions."���������Pekin News. 1  K   A  mm  Remarkable Discovery  An engineer of Fulda, it la stated,  tins  discovered    a  menus   by     which  tubmarino mines may be exploded by  Hertzian waves.     He has, it appears,      Coy���������How few people attended the  invented a powder as explosive as It funeral of Dr. Plllman!  Roy���������Well, they do auy things that  most of his patients went before him.  ���������JudKe.  Sheep as Burden Bearers  In the northern part of India sheep  are put to a use un thought of in European countries^ The mountain  paths among the foothills of the'Himalayas are so precipitous that the  sheep, more sure-footed than larger  beasts, are preferred as burden carriers.  The load for each sheep is from 16  to 20 pounds. The sheep are driven  from village to village with the wool  still growing, and in each town the  farmer shears as-much wool as he  can sell there and loads the sheep  with the grain he receives In exchange. After his flock has been  sheared he turns it homeward, each  sheep having on its back a 3mali bag  containing the purchased grain.���������  Westminster Gazette.  Wireless communication is to be  maintained with Dr. Mawson's expedition to the South Pole by means of  intermediate stations'" between the exploring party and Hobart.  Get the big package or the sealed tin���������"  both of them damp proof, dust proof,  dirt proof���������and  -*\- %sz. ���������^.s^ ^^ ���������    ��������� *���������- ON'T think that cencrsts cas he usid  L/XX^Ci/tC-'^Zx B     I   I    only- for building bridges, silos, walls  B       M-~m        ,_J   ...-H.-,  t ;e    _J_^ :,������  <g,������    gg       . ftnu w-Si^s J uctdusc ii  you uu, juu wiu  =4 _ _   a   pro*Dabiv overlook all  the  places  where you  can use it now.  .- -T. L. Irving, of North Georgetown, Quebec.  ,.,?!Ssto  usea concrete tor bi aiiierenl- purposes "on his  farm in 1911.  There are probably at least, a dozen profit- '  able uses for concrete on your farm at the present moment.  x-cr������aps you uav,cn t ~tucug������it. c*   v^oncrets, exesp.. .or s irnsr ���������srs, -������������  silo, or some other big improvement tor whieh you aren't-quite ready yefe-  That's why you should read  u What The Farmer Can Do With Coaaretew  It will open your eyes to the hundreds of uses that other farmers have  found for this material, In plain language, and wjth the  aid of many photographs, it explains just what these uses  are, and how'they can be applied to your farm.  Concrete can not only ibe used for all the purposes to  which wood has been applied, but also many outers for  which wood would never be suitable.  It i3.not only a building material; it's a "handy" material, something that you'll grew to depend upon mora  and more, as you learn its possibilities.  So writs for this book.    You'll find  It Isn't a   '  catalogue,  nor an  argument for you  to  buy our  cement.    Every one of Ita 160 pages Is devoted to I  telling  you what farmers have done and can do  with concrete.  ���������     IT'S FREE FOR THE ASKING.  Tour name on a postal, or ln a letter.  A /. wlB   bring-   the   book   to? you   by  return,  mull.    Or use the; coupon.      Address '  rSEM0  MEYOUftl  BOOK  CANAn\ CEMENT CO., Ltd.  53-63 National Bank Building  MONTREAL  >���������������������������������������*���������������  ��������� ������������������������*������������������,f?V  Is sensitive.   It is said that the   oxplo  ������lon is brought about by the Influence  ������f tho electricity upon the powder.  "My husband has given trie a check-  Sr.g account."  "Isn't that lovely? Now you can  buy anything you want, and just write  out a chemic'-for It."  "Yes, I'm rather sorry on ono account, though. It seams such a iot  or trouble to havo to write out a  chequo for one's car fare, especially  whon tho earn are crowded or when  you have to pay as you enter."���������Chicago Trlbnnn.  M!s������ Simpson���������Kin you cut mall Initials on de ice, Ml stall .lolipaon? Ma  name's Oertrudo Llzheth Anges May  Gladys Penelope Dorothy Simpson.  Mr. Johnson (dubiously)���������Wal. 1  could do that, Miss Simpson, but it  would spoil de pond fo' skatln.'���������  Puck.  |������4.'rfj������  Women use seventeen timc>H nH  k'niiliy rtloVuH nH men. I.very year  Australia  exports   one   luimlru.t   loua  of  glOVOH.  Navvy���������Yub, doctor, I still got that  awful pain.  I>octor���������Does it hurt you much?  Navvy���������Yuh, it gives a awful twinge  every timo 1 twist.  Doctor--Uul you mustn't, twist.  Navvy���������I don't,���������Punch.  FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS.  Some women complain that they periodically antier from dull and heavy (eel*  ifi������s, or dizziness ia the head, uervaus.ne������.,, pain and bcaring-domi iccliniJi. which  should not occir tn Ihe normal hfalthy -rmman. Hut r.������>?.1 every woman in fUl.bJcat  to theae paint at tome time in licr life, due to abnormal conditions in life, ������i������oh  ���������* cornets, over-taxed utreiiftlh, bud Mir, poor or improper food wet feet, sluiltlinh  liver, etc A regulator and female tonic made from native medicinal roota with  pure glycerin, and without the o-c of alcohol, called  I*tt. IMEH-CIi'ft   FAVORITIS    I'MWiHCIIIl-XIOilV,  proven ita value in thounand* of ra������r������, like the following 1  Mm>  IV>.������a M  MAtirtu.nt Auburn, V*lir., Hi,..,* 1, T\������r M, *������y������t  "! thfrtittht. I woiilil writ4r yf,������. In l������in  Locating the .Heat  , Smith.���������How   Is  your  new  furnace  working these teold  days?  Jones���������It doesn't give ns much hot  air as the man who sold it to me,���������  Cleveland  Plain-Dealer.   i-   Rulers" Peculiar Homes  The crazo for peculiar home.-) lm������  never heen appnvent in the character  of a King or Queen of England,, but  .'n many othor countrlos reigning raou-  archa have fallen to tho fancy.  For instance, a native Prince ol  .Java has cooled his putace hy making  a stream fall In a cascade over the  gateway.  Tho Czar Paul constructed a room  formed entirely of enormous mirrors,  where ho Bpent hours walking loo and  fro in full uniform���������n. peculiar fnsto,  seeing that he was one of tho ugliest  of rules.  One ItiiHBlan ilflmprofls built a palace of ice and whon a courtier offended hor he wns condemned to spend a  night lu Iho chilly silence of the  chamber of State, where he was almost frozen to death.  illuf)������ for  ���������������������.  Irani to what yotir medlclncm hove  I huvii um.>I t.lir-ut Xor thirty yi-i.r;. fur fiii.iulu U.-l.l.li,  I T"!r? \  N.i  mti*. MASVtW.  and KWioru) w.-wUnrm, with Ui������ vrry beat r4f.milt., and Utay have nnvml  tn. hiiiiilrnrU of dollitrii In ilitrinrn' liilltM,   1 h������y llm   Kavorll* I'fi-ncrlp-  .!...".. .,1   ���������/".I..,..     t|,.|l..l    r,l... ..������������������-���������"    '   ;...���������!   <"-V "   *t;< "������   I.V-...������'.-. t  ������4...f-r  wm <llt������.i)iK������t(4t~l iii your f4Biu������(lt*������ uiul \*Uti |ilt������tt*iura In rvconinimiUliitr  thorn tximiiy *,iir������������.ni.ur Ixlr.'    I am now a]mt>mt llfiv y*������rii old ; ut forty*  flv* I U������>k yttur  fi.o.<!,'.' ,rt. }*a)i ItindMj *r>d l#<f..fc������*������d ll-nt p*������l������l vrrjr  444444*..,.     ������������...     44,4 4     ....        .44 4    4.4 ��������� ��������� 4      ,44.������4l,*>. ,      ...44,     44.44     44     J4.444.4.     14.4.4.  If any laily cari-a u> wrlla m������, 1 will fladly tall liar mora about  t\m iuiiI wuli ot w'������ir i4,*.!i. l.i. i."  Da. fittar.s'������ Gskat I'amily Docton Book, The People's  v������t>tikiuviu4i .x,������i4>������. 4>.\.4j>c4vti ou.itLi, it������w4iy iipvtaou   U|>-io*uai������i  m*H.l/%*l  -������4./4i4*       |ft.'W     4.44.44l*������ ������44������44Mf������4.������     f.^4^������4)     ^f       t*t.^.f.mtt^     f%. 4* ��������������� ��������� l*\*l.  which every woman, ainfle or married, ou|ht to know.  Stmt ft*, in cloth binding to any addret* on raoeipt ol Hi  ou**e������^t H**������o*, to oover ooet of wrapplui sod (uaillu| otkly.  Doing the Courageous.  Courage is a most oxcolleut <iuullty  of bouI. but, Hko soma othor oxcellent,  things, it. is not always accurately estimated.   Wo think of It gonorally uh  an aKgroHBlvo .virtue, but. ns often as  not It Ih tho. vory oppoHlto of that.   To  admit that ono is wrong; to do at tho  ; call of duty the tank wc do not like,  i when   wo   might  OHcapn It   for  aomo-  j thing moro pioanlng.  to ondtiro niln-  I roprcHontntlon  and  mluiindorotandiiiK  8neezing as an Omen  The only attention we pay -to a  sneeze at tho present day Is to en-  loavor to get rid of tno chill which  causes it; but a sneeze in the days of  old Greece was a matter of great  concern and tmnort.  There was then a god of snoozing,  and great undertakings would even b<?  abandoned If a man snooped at un  Inappropriate moment, the act boing  lookod upon as tho oracle of tho god.  A siioesso between midnight, anu  noon was looked upon as a fortunate  sign, but between noon and midnight  lt betokened grout misfortune. To  sneeuo to your right wan lucky; to tho  loft, unlucky. Two or four sneezes  were lucky, one or throo very unlucky, and any undertaking in hand  should If poHBiblo. ho abandoned;  moro than four snoozes did not count.  There l������ a tiny lug In many parts of  Rngutnd to-day, "Onoo a wish, twice  a kiss, throe times a lp.ttor, four times  Homethlng bottor." If people snoozed  together it, wn.fi a gooff sign, partlou-  larly If thoy happened to be dlscuoa-  1nir hnwlnoft'i.���������AiiftworH.  Serviceable Anyhow '  The unanswerable retort waB heard  at a north country dog show' last  week. At the man who brought u.i a  brisk but undecorative whippet, aii  attendant scoffed.  "That'll win no prlsse, lad," he re-  uiat'kud Aniiiiy What'y wrang wl'  him?" was the surprised answers  "Wrang? Haven't A been tollin' you?  Why. look at his legs. Those legs are  no' lang enough." ''No lang enough?  Why, thoy tout^*. the ground���������-did ye  want them an,v langer?"-���������London  Chronicle.,  ; Burglary"?'  Miss Vocolo���������I'm never happy uh-  loss I'm breaking Into song.  ,  Bright Young Man.-���������Why don't you  get the key and you won't have to  break in?���������New Orleans TlmeH^Domo-  crat.  a sort > of bathti.b epidemic has  Btruok this here burg. Quito a number of tho nelghhoro are. Rotting nH  ready for a bath when the borough  wator Ih turned on next spnng or  Bummor.���������Spring^ale correspondence.  Alleghany Valley Uffi.  '< 'i.'.'i  5C=r  The Toronto World speaking nf tho  enunciation of English actors, laments that thoro Ih no mich thing as  a good Toronto voice. That may he  ho, but tho Toronto Tlttor 1������ world-  famed.���������Montreal- Herald.  The*nnnual urollt from tlio Pont Of  flco rovonuou In the United Kingdom,  Ih   C..1.(1110,00(1, while  Hh <������Mllvnnlfw1  ex-  i'ih.ium' ilinn aggravuto me situation hy i pousou aro ^w't.OBii.irin. ,  I lying to  explain���������-any oiiO' of those  I lil it mi   iituv   louiiiro  of   un   dm   llniuti  typo or courage of which we are cup-  rthle.    Coti-itft-e uuiHt ho nfrproHHlvo on  occasion, hut tho most beautiful oxhl-  IH4.4J.1.1    v<4    |l.    11 It!    IVtJlIU    lUlO   C������UI    (IOUII  |ln������'n   lw>,4fy   if,,,,*,.  l4������f   .������������������������.   ixfiri  v/.*.,...,.-!  to he aggruHMlve, hocnuso there was  a higher, If a harder, way,���������-Christian  Gnat tlUin.  tiiiun   1% nn   '��������� .Mttr.44-~r������l   Oj..^   if-   .^f.   4f,l.4^ir>.  ping with you thin afternoon, but tho  dcsillKt" Is tp flx my trcth,  MlsM. Port���������Woll,  ' can't   you   shop  Willi 1110 WllUU Ilo'rt vkitllK it.'���������uoston  ���������m ... , ..I'..*       "  4,   . 444.4S4 44.. 4|4' -���������"  Th  W. N. U. No. 800.  Cod lafivcr OU Compouiitf r^lii  THE "building-up" VAlue of Cod  Wver Oil it well known, but ita  drawback* have been Its ������a������ty  trnnte nnd indigent.tillIty. '  Na-Dru-Co TnatHt-������N Cod TJver Ol\  Compound has the nutritious quaUticn  of the Cod Uver Oil, without the  nlightcflt dlflngreeable flavor, In it the  Oil is skilfully combined with Extract  of Malt, Kxtract of Wild Cherry, and  Hypophosphltca, miking n uplepdid  tonic an well as ������ valunble food.  Ntt.nru.Co Taaleli-na CoA Liver Oil  Compound t������ ypartlcularly good for  trrawiui* children who afc puny or  run-down.  & 100 Nn*l)rmS.*f^\X.L!XX..!l';..;;;.:;"  IS   Spttlllci���������������������e   ^1  K   tor every 111,   -55?  ������������������ "* mmm<"^> tmm"J ���������---.  JrT3Sit'*,iBI'i';:'"'  ,wro*r ..-a  ���������r*  1  I  1  Pi ___���������,  ,... ..,v��������� .~&mt.'0x  "^S^g^^^'sSa^Tte'BsaE-'���������'-' -'  ivalanche  May Ovs:whe!rrv? Town? of (  ;; ,#-i$ftift������&^  to?t^ye;"S^^;:?^T  i?Th^^.^]^^hie!it.l6!^  -t't^^'^t^;^i.'y^y^y}y^i.''-y--.  ^'ftal^iSpisb  BREAKING 4JPO^'tME COUNTRY^  Cardstoo Colony, Southern Alberta, to  j-::;fi?;ju^  "have made the Cardajon country bios  MX  ms&%  :pi&i:.i&{&i!oiMix6i:ffl  '^osv^yety must$tie:A&ade<^  Ast&l-lb.b^  ���������ttb-tiStr^i^  i,t.ti,e*j^^  this amount* the m'nlster explained  ?;wa.&Ct,b:Sb.eAft^  ies have been treated in the? past and  iTctijat:.|^& ''v"v"'">'  |p.'Aig.pijbii|i^^  Pf������^A;!fc;h������i|^  L1iy|ffiiyfji^  "'"l^iie&slnA;^  ^|AiA;#.bg;^  if.;-'V.������.f������#^  X i ?A^h$ngei^^  AsiP^paA?;bpA(i,betfri^  ;AihI.BArp.s;i^  Abraitteht'Taf^  AcaJtefi-lA:;cbhsid.er.M  Iph&se otAtheAslWati^.was^erihoked.  Mr;iWh|.^Astjatfed^th^i^^e^TV bfAilei  iteAi:.-Ji'e'.;'.:4jw^  ^epteli'edi^  |:-iti'Bht:'^,ni'|coiii^e^  :i������6nl������^.?irai.^^  -:(expreBsed������heIlefAthat!.;:.'lhcr^  -oi ;T^eA;bbBt.A'?.AThb,:As>M :  ^eS^ailway^l^Aiy^!^Ais:AT|2^  bringing theAt^^  SiJTb/tfhi^^^^  .etfts^tolp^  ----������������������������-'���������'������������������-������������������������������������������������������'-'���������"-������������������"��������� -���������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������- <��������� ���������- ���������'��������� ���������������������������-     (AyRfrAAWiMteAlfihowM  'farorable^arr^g^  S#i\    :h-v  yrepiirij,? Uv liad^beeh^decided?? to make  A:no.at.a:Hftiy4&a!^^^   :;;ybee-)A::madb^Tbbi^  y.y������b^--iQedi.:^b  >...,��������� wsdi.;AA-T.>"'������!'..'.Av'.-.t���������'���������".'.'-Ji ii-.- 2:2'-yyyyy'yy-y- mAIA-i  ^i^sReyehues1 bfc't j^ybpmih jbii? ebhliime;  ?fh^e$aini tyy.Tot2:i.hbr^BUcbbsisA ��������� of ^theyfls*  y;.3pate$,fe'^  ? AyihgfeSsis^pA sh^rs ^credit; i,wlttf$he.:.-bth(sr?  AAJBlabAbtiytTbiei^  3iriA#^Wi>^?K^cXiiesrti ;Ay-pfA ATK-alifesiAl^IipseA  A������.:d������ty??itAw^  ^AiA^i&i-ils^  itn&Atb?;..nap^  thbirAbwhM^A5������;Ti^  hot   L.L...1J.  wouiu  ?$hi.ngA.itb::^  !'a.fai-.afca^  l-.bull,Sfbi:A'tjfe^  ?T-!bp.?:-.8,:?.yea^    ;arb.'interveh.hg.;A;if--^^  saftey^ compel them,to ;takeAwhatever  ;t&by^Apah.A'ib.aWy?A A^AJ0^n^^0y^-:f9'.  some spot where the danger������������������'!& not  supposed to be hanging over.themi for  24 hours out of every day.  .Once_xnore  AtheA-safetyy;bf?.ithe^  .'Mountain"-?haaAb*^^  ;fdre?ahdAx.biB'..?T?tihie^  flutter, not only in the town of Frank.  i-isitoit^.:AbE^the: "'  " "  Athei:? AiiiD^lriihlonjyA gpv^  ~-*��������� 'J,;'"'i���������������.'a������'-4.^ ?'?*.'_'������*���������'^'.. ^.'ma^S-lS^.V''J������������^Oi'rt^l'.'^,.-j.'A"-*:'"'  ?v ??Slnce;? last?A. ��������� Fr hS-ay y^nb^lis^fesi-e-i  eyes'.have turned to-the;?hti|je?$$p0t'.  ���������rbiJk'^yerlhanglng'^  befbr'e.ABaleful glances a^cast^atiithe;  nidnsfefc;;ahd; ?all because:.; btijfhA^.ysiiie%  ^%^������^&&^^,STJ!.\    The colony has prospered, In Can-  ian. J^h ���������A'^-^w-''V^.i^������TV-"������w;.V������ f ada fio the contemplated move is not  Lia'wleaane^i.%^  Pekin���������It would seem tbat there Is v bes't  opportunity lies, ill  Nevada,   in  -npy ^yernaiegtyfbreegyip^penty or.? iper-.. i.^us^*?^*. y^L^^^^^y;t.������i'^:A;~^������������tL-,.  ���������^ec^e2fc^^m^0i0^^i^Sy^6-  prevalent; A::. ^Mc^y^i^nW^X^^^^'  /cpaliUoaA'?gbi-^.-iBi&feiit^^  iWeluesa^et-Ato^cbm^  AiaB?;i .1$^$^  consolidated fund account-as $fj7,������00,4  ;?-000;?iiAS^i^;iaBoaE^i?;g^  fund account is $i,150,0(/0.  "We havey  aaid tbe finance minister, "more than  ���������i--. pain TTOurT. ..wajCTisT oui-.TiiOn? .taei-^JV������ei- &  ? A jay iiwhJphftliiy. jcj^  made inyi^adbii in^bn^cUbsbW  the refunding loan of ���������iS.OOO.oOO sterl-  .foment-to investigate the safety of  ing required to repiape the short term   ^stto?������ Z������Z?*������?hZiS^^S  loa^^bmine^du^in^Mav-1^^??^?--'-^;^ ^ed.;inTitftT:report..T.That..re^QS|43yaon^  it6her.y^ndy;y^buld;.?ADe-proyi4^  ,Tib������rb:.? wbhld;^  itbAb&.lmetAt-'ll '~1930*ATA?;y;i"TA AAA X$XX?XX2:  i,:'AiTh&A.mihi'.e^  ;the?jgi^wlngAtrade; and increasing im-^  i^ig^abhAT;iAPeklln^^with:AfheiAdef  :.g^B^aA!A������hlaA?iv^at:-Ain.A.th^  reached there was nothing In- the. aa-.  ^lireAbfAhostillty .tbAthe-tJhiieia^tat*������i  y'2M ��������� j&ci&clt^a'n.^  i,eredr.  ireyleivea  T>BJ[.6  gime,  Pesaf ul? ih>endihgAthi4<i|i^s^  ,jow rswe^ingA-TO^ferSiliiMfeiao^tft  .mliilsite?r-'gATa?>JtK^^^  out like ;;a:ip^rieiAfl^^^  era! ? belief ?::iih^;^i^iS;ie^  stored ^it}*i&]i&Q������y������s^  ihg' :?upAp^ih^gcbul^^  .t8yconSia������red^otAiiie&iy^  - ��������������������������� ':&herWy(af&y-3i^^  lioBtile jarmiesAiniAtilie^  .prise iihei? ribrthferhA:.at^Aisbuthe  -les.; w^lehAtbeApres.^  it:lhe; ebupt^i?whet������At!i*!. ji are hot ia^e^bletibAihe AfbrcedA?pbm^.  lS'0S';-4t|aiite^?if ^t!)^ff&������ ' promise^that, tA������lrA?Iead^y'ar6A?ap.w.  u^t-v -j.^~'.x^*:~*~.r.3'.zivi-������m-'i hegotiatingj '';AiATh#AA'MJa^<pu?*Btro.o||S<  Which A;remaih.Ai.i^^8^  frotn the.?btheysA;i^ei^on^IsAA5^o?,it.;  laige AbandsAa^i^i^htihgA the? iehinesb;  gairrisbhs;-.lnAAth^'inorth,?:;iCe^  ���������Yuh's yarmy tc^nipp'sg^  ;'hammedahs;T-;a^|t^?jprby^  ' nan.' ���������ahiii.armyy of AittSe^h^eatsA:s-yafi;5#?''  ���������iv-.Gen^raV>i'''Sionigi|iiy^  tioa: ?iS . .liapl^tti.^.li^:r;?,viSSeyrd^  ;mi8slbnary������:iiiiettejf|^;r^  from iSian?^^hi5#p.lp������.erS'^^  atingT:?-.;popitlatibhS-??JahdAiv!w  whole ? districts^A:A5'Cbn^lar ���������AArepprtei?  frpni? Y������nnaihiyst^^tba.tTT thei^lnd.^pehd^:  eiit^vamy'iila^i^  J their provinces, andup.to .the present  h ||m eyitr,- ihas^n.f^^  the^'.hatei-'ihe.e^  i^^A|heydanger A whlchvAi^^d?Ji:^|ie  4.494,iuVU.4'T  UgULUCBB    UUI U   Ul.   a   'Vliii  ithe^if oo^^ipf;��������� 'thA$T;.Turtl^^  |y;T^eir-ipe&almism'lr^  one>?ePgeind"ered oy'-?peeunlawA.^!5Sjdr  ^mtiehBiy T.-VThe ?Trepbrt.As.&S5.A*^&||^:  town-is in danger from another slide,  and that they should therefore move  jmmbdlately^ibut' ::0orei:.ih0a^:d6W^:  I^t^iSiPbi^jlatibhi as^jhahysMprmohs  asii^e^eSare^-iii- :;AlhertaA;cbuld.t!6asiiy  ?ebiSt^lKt^l������ ilel'ecttonsi '.iiid'beA^Jppw^-v  "fui^ilii^.heTiaff^^  ?ldLtbnis|?Jii4i^^ ^-b-K>^  titiit^Biic^^  .Ai;i;.ThbA:m4W^.tteA'fo^  WESSON?  ���������'.;'��������� ���������-...���������/;..-..,.., fiyt\S? ������������������' A.Srsr^rT'SiS-..���������'.Oi'J,"j4Sit^������^f,y 4^.J\^44...-.4'4.^.,>44af.44T^a^4Xj  & ���������������������������yyy. -yyiy s^t^kSSJS^^s?:^?.^^  TeX������;Ao*?Ath^t������aBttftiif ~" '"'    biitlaw^lAA-iiTHeA^^idf^Omiatici"  tetiyes y Jn:i TP^ih'Aviare^^ipibm  4he^:Ch;hesi0.>i?a8iv^ithihiisti^  ^&^%^iW^^^r^^^yiJysyv.yyjyyyi".'^,yy^yy^y.~  ;:feBurei^l^.S^:Ailia^ACity ,t,  ���������i$A!TTheA?pbwefA;bf.At^  :^'eppi������ji������it.^!!attife^ of i  /thfes'/ehiil-pih; Aiiahoiild AAbrdaini-?thati ��������� ;.the.  ;^h^ie|p.lhe^'se4blp !  ?pl;A;Ney^^|Tieye3r^^  :iehj.Id)yiinKATth^.|AiB^ ot*-  ;iWuSe^A:bjfebm^iiafsfttipni|^  $es$iai4#ii^ .'-Al -'XX  v-;ft?fcheAyJ.cHu^chi:%^l^  friPhesi-Spiir'gaTnlz^ti^  Asftkte.--v4.^^  Standard Oil Company in wealth, with  ? mlllibinsi^f ���������Adbllarsthd? S>-d,Aini;:ita:: '$r'0'- -  '���������tjiij!y.;>h6u.^^  i^itohul; 6ei??6iv^y;?^blphistA;for'?'ahyy fin-  j^iiciaiATlhssiiTfliat ;the"mpyemeht? might  Aenterta*a:r^-AA;i;?A;: -.- yXyyy-y A^-;-,i^*.v^-Hi>;  !A?S5oiltic$lA^!aff^s?:i?AbfiAltheA  ^|*iMrcfc;?Shayei AiTTprbspered y iama&ihgly \  *#iiiCiit. Ai#e?Aac.cepta.:nce ;:.by;A,tbeiA-X7n^d?i:  ^S.tete'a^ae^iSteAv^^ ' TResd; j  :^m<^ti:i;^presehita.tive :Ain A the? ?IJpper.  House of the American Congress, and  ?.t.nei.Ao.C.At.b>A^  -vthe^ffaiii^i-As^r^^  Ath.aA ehurbhi^AAi^^^^  A-^in|i:daittohitb^t^^ ?Cwdirtb)^iTColbi5iy'  th^ plan Aalsb^i-tem  ialAtoA Nevada 36f ? thieA^ibn^b^atbd, a^  TheAFatha^TTWhbAawelle't^  ���������arjeaitt^jtM#4*r^  :49;;T:;txiv;.,iVjq);i.?:rAHisA^bmpai  ;iheAMult|t|#������^a^  i'tfeach; tlieiiD^^Ahiia,tte  :wafi,-::is,iouirAexstmple-th^A^w^  ���������low ���������?��������� ffi83:&ep8^::in.Athis ?vae;A^llAit^^iitt?'"'^-^^  ' " ''"' '"' ' 'r>;V;;^4-A..->::r.;V'^-'*V;i'-'.-'r^.>r-;-,.?'^  RAILWAYS  f"j--*-::i���������rT*-^  Plif HUbSON SAY iW SHAPS  Wirctiess ;nsta;.ed. Fleet ������f Ships  ^j.y.TyjjBiiV^ijI.^  ^^= j%^"-f;a ��������� 4-lTA'j  -:;y;������y;ment?^ait7the:::>^^e^iS^^  ?A?k?A*d^^.l^iitlfe?c^  iTBi^A;i^{l^^$;fb^?^^  A?;,lb?-Keitl &^ap4ds^;*i^h^sSt^  that there wilt be placed in the sup-  plementary. estlmates_a. sum to Btart  5-iftfBl:'  ^^yhafAmillibtoiA  y ^'^t;Aislt^eAFhopeAT  i7A^.^^^h^.0Hu^  Z.X  of���������:'��������� Obnnsygfc- Receives belegai-i-  .yA^y ;;tipnybf A^^fji^ib^  l?AOf^^a.i--^lfpl|pya|;y  i-P>?=e'y of A,Cv������iii4us yty������THOk^d ?? thic ���������' pip������''  of peace (calumet), with a delegation  Abftsln^ltii^  '{t^weT|at:AiB^atfdiifiKi^i^^  Duke was made a chief of the tribe.  yyiM hiBirepl^Sis RbyaliHiglinesB sa4td  5Jlli||iaJi^A;|^^^  ���������VAA������������? ' ������������������'���������'"������������������'-'--���������- ������������������ ���������*���������������������������������������������  -��������� ���������   'IhAitAeAiinewtlJpab^t^eyyiTj  .pinictUBS4.yi.,;_^... ,_^.._.���������_���������_T_.,.,........_...  patiently  awaiting the  governmeant's  ' b^etii?TA]N6,thih&;i!; willAi'be^^ive^i^ til?  some demand_c6mes from authorities  their ,:cwa^hiti^tlye:fbr vto .them,ATiit*  ilbiSinbhii^ain'i ;is';<^;iafei-4a^lEv*f chuisch.?  PSTltvlATES  DISAPPOINTING?  ���������>"���������>.&  ^bflrj^wei':.!^  rent Vear-r^Oepends on other  1-  estimate.8%i^ii������  r_ ;Pdweirs.i  A'Aiibndpnir^heAynay^^^^ . v ^ .  i^}cia^htAyeiarAare :.di-stiipp?oih|iagj^aK  O. brother chiefs oi the Six , Na- {there were expectations of a large r e-  'Xipuay.i/. tJiittix:.-; Be j ei������,u. oiie. <iay:/X&?:yiBit,  you and to smoke the pipe of peace,  A.A:A .ou^T^ai>|jf^iabe#t^A.E^ y  X;:. y.yyyiiyXiXyX$^  : -Edaaonti^^^iijit^���������^^  has: rethrhedSWifEahtontbn^  mler  said   that  his   visit  to - eastern  el ties had Abeeh Aehief ly AinyiirohitiectibBp  with railway ba^ess.: ViBjting Winnipeg, Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal.  Mr. Slfton interviewed the" otncials of  ';;the-A.Fi^lway.8^  ibondy-gua,i^iiteeBS|frp^^  ca.rti8t?;ln:Ahisii.-heat..;T^;>^r^^  .cheus Tr;i;didy?;>.--wdiile ?--?ebnt&^^  .abuht?-?:in.;-.:hIsiA-:;ui^populat������?c^^  Ipngtnjgy to ?be ?ddse:: witfr,.ife:^vVf^':iyig^^  mier  pWhipt^i;;AA;B6meffiihig?'i 'Xofy^e^^^y^^^  gratitude becauss Jesus called him i* '������������������yXyXXX:?.  Cody ^ Whicftii^ma? e������iAMii5i������ii>tai}^^  yearsy.agbi "         :|AMbxtbpyafiii  ^???iByiicppeeiit:  iesAiliii'Nevada  thousand Mormons abrOss thiffiTNeyiada  '���������HB(Kfthat4i9'ta:tfe^%b4iJdA  :"tToi A;ipf i; tiiie?: ������S!iii*c*ii-; AA\i A V Si-^AiAy i^?.^s: A, yi^y> A^'^i  ';-'-"-Thc;3tfo������i!!bi*8;'h������yCw^  iebmimmity T^bht ??bf TAthe;SCahdWt|i|-v??-PP  ibflyiW^hey; are?^irtfty;: a^a?ih&uattiib?^?  and practically every indivldiial'-mem-'  T^sri-;iolfSi;theA;cpIbn^^  ;;^ealtiiy/;iTA?Ti:AA:A^ciniA?"^^:;i^>A'?:-^^  ���������;AATheyS-?!iaye AAt .brought.?? thbugaafis-^f  iacresA^fwi^d,AW?^lri^eEi^  tllity and..their farms are ampng thef  '������������������4rS>*t-i1i<ri������\'TaO"���������'���������'���������*'-T**\  ���������'ttxf'lnW**������aei ."-"������������r������.  ' ^A������iii2'ii'V.-.'i.''^l'4'L^,   L" * :_A:A-i*  tnemihis? s;j-ee?tings andywish^.AtM^hji;  an abundant harvest, health and happiness."    (Signed)    "Arthur."  A ':  wit^p^ih^borif^ciliU^ iiiigi  ::yyy&G^^  ?A?Ai:A?A^i^g:BbbnAAa  ^SA-Stnfi'ii^ejtterij^ "' "'" '"" " '"'"      r,i   yiXXywole^^ ^  f'|s;&A;;;i-:i#l43..iaals?itf  ^���������^Pv-i-^r^lBKtpi^l.:^  Aiy?AAii3o^ajud|.C^p^  S:l-;A.-.--v.Mng  ���������������������������!>K>%-i1i"e;!.-'^%b"lli4di  y'Xy'.' DtherTTaldaytb; ti^l^atibn;A8p';theire^  :y y-y: "-'-fc^' 'jib^de iky i;oi?i ^iB;^scbt0.yy^yi;y-'.'C^?A'V",i-';:  TV':;i,,y .A T-i?;>Negbtiatibh;sAhaveA  y-v id. t withi')|vwell.:knbwiigAtliaintleAsteam:-.  ,';..VA.;���������i^:il*liipA4Jbmpax-y?.^.hip^  ?:-? AiAiii tb?putAa.;.flee.t'rTbf.'st^am^  A:^;/y.yi^:;btodie. :^rs^y.:y;y::y:iXyXyyXyyyX'.'.:2  Xy'XXX v A^rbm6ters:Aia.sp': -ifl^^e'l Athat y?ythere.'  A.���������"''������������������'''��������� ::,'':::-wiU be alafge -passehger trade: "They  y A > believe that it willibe atiavorite. trip  ;:������������������. y;,:.., fqj. toiir^stsA :a^' tearV?itire^A?d6signated,'  ������������������*��������� " the A A Bayy ttBA-the Mpditerraheah.A of  -   , North Amorlcai v 2y- yy..- ���������������������������,...-���������.-...���������?..',,.?,-t;.  :';;,y?'',:A?.;'-REPA^^  :..ittv ."i^Lleiiti-Col-'iirshuniiAiiSuhiYiltCA-avAiReport:  V   to thoAUnit^d ^t^ep ^oyernmept  Waphl.hEfopi-T'Theywar., department  BUbndtted to;cbhgresg' ihe report of  I.leut.-Colonel  Priihcls' RA" Shunk. of  AA      the prbposedi'lmhrbycmeibt of the Red  ���������     River, of the north- in which Se reach-;  ���������       ' cs conclusions unfavorable to Ahe pro-  v> '���������������������������': ���������.������������������;: Jectr ii Col. - Shimh ^^cbhtends that the  construction of .storage reservoirs in  ^ '     the. vicinity of tlie Red River bf *tlu<  North, is pot nePessary or doslrahlo  A in tho ihtoroBtB   bf   navigatlop. ^Ie  polnte out that the district drained by  this stream Ib covered with, a network  of railroads which Jn flome casep, .offer  A     better   Blilpplhg   fiiciUtlce from the  grain' fields to  the, eleva,to������' bohtro������  than tho,water routes..?, Ini,cbribluBibii,  ..      ho says: ,;; .;.., ���������;X,."'y. ?'?���������.;  i "No increafeie tn the expeiitJUiire ia  warrnhtod by nroaent or prbflpectlvo  ; commerce on the Red -River'-ol the  .���������.iiNorth.".', ��������� ���������'���������:.���������..'/������������������.. ���������  -A >;' j.:.-iy -���������? ;A't? ���������: i Ai^ i t u sat I oriyi" sit A lc *���������������*<> "v'^.-?'v ;SA;M^  i'i /AHpi. g;, ^Pg^Th e ��������� 'sltuSWohi"&bX Ctui^j  ton? is rib??Jbetter.;. Brigand chiefs? ajreiH  endeavoring to oust theilbchl>P^bvjti-ij  cial fbvbrniiinciiit?,iThe islthatlbh'i'lsAi^,  giarded; byT,vcpns^lar >authPrltleaA here  ^is i>ioBt alarmiiigy   EurbpeariAmlpqibiif  ;ar;ies.A'ha^ei.?iheehAordered?:;toA;b.u^  ferritbry '?at ��������� 'oriciei    ahd; ail; .available  river,'.vessels��������� r.arei. being .pressed i? into  service Atp bringAA-^  pity,A'Several ABritish-bb^ts ^re wait-^  ihg at their piers ."iii Canton bnii Account of ^ihe danger j of Asudd en trbuble,-  ?rbady A toy depart    oh  instant Ahptlcjpiy  GunboiitsI stationed    off    Canton aire  cleared for? action and the stokers' are  . armed ii    iFightirig    at  Canton .began  with, (ah iattaick Aby the hrigahds sey-  eral days ago; and continued cbiifltaht-  lyiAeveri since "'th; various? parts of the;  ���������auburb8.:.:.-.i.A-.'.i-.;i.:.'-A.;r.-.i...���������..- yyy'X .���������,, X2X  TJii$%thip?iia.tt^ ^ei?:ephisi  pxciobdedT-: is  .ndicatbdAAby  sA;.stt^meht5i;^h^Ai^!bA'be!  i^tnbdVbniAt^^ as^nsRt^i  :|ih^AtihA(^eixi|ting '^lij^Mme^'pt^^^.  ^bti&pr^naviittipb  ''s������&&������^J&&%'^20%^  TWbuld?:beiftecessa.^SA^  A A Theiviiew-f^hstructib  large armoured battleships, eight JlghtA  armoured cruisers, twenty destroyers  &ia&-A;aft:TO---.h^  .$er8b#������-:^  ;thbtis^d?.-;4tten. :i '���������.��������� '���������' OmiAAiirii-sl^y th^t?.  ?Wlll^pi'?Tunder?icohstTO.etibn-;ittfen  stleshlpsi?^ slx?i cruisei'S; y eight: ��������� secbtid^1  iclasis iiptbteOted bruisers, 31 ; deistrpyf;  ?6rsAahdi;i^,?8ubmarin^^  6gau��������� auu tt Oi.v-r. ;raii>v ajp.  i^-A "^hp' ? outcbmb?^b-f|i^^  .^r.".:::Siftbii(t:3it-it-^;^*JV.eir^  factory, and I think I:Bhait.be safe in  saying that at least GOO miles of steel  will be laid in the province this year."  iTheAassuratoce-lJ^^^  Justifies the promises we made in the  le^slaXurb;; i whe^iS^^iriail wayi:^i|pyf?  ntnfi -'.444'j5la., '..^tMA'4i4^*i4ti������if4"4-44*';���������'-���������'.-���������.-..*.-T.T'.r:TT: .'���������-.-'���������:' ':-:"'-���������"...-..T''T:V  ^WAa.cujifiACJi ..tu*^i*\i!3&*\*M.t*ry.y*yryy.:.^  it^8iiabdy?e4i,teth   l^isiAi&a^rstbb^  ihayeA ehtti^di'Aiihi^A^ihe^  rei^Beht^ivesA:-of r:ali8^d  .ipbiii^taplateBiA^theiT pprch'hseA^f;?aii),;ibt:  ;:tihlb.^M,>.r^^^  T^hrbnghAi th^se; ^ne^tiatipns^^tliafryihe  =ebifitfe1mpiate'(itA"liti  :?s^.^i?A,Tfi^^^sA^^  ^Athils^iimeHMei^i^thiA^  iitsl-febxpIat^bnA;pnii-ibi^^  y?thiit?'?:arfewh^e^Aha^.A^  .libit. iAt^^a-t;.5he3 rightec^A|^^|^:|ig  y s^:/ttti&eyn^ee���������i^  "'" 'WoXik^2wite^  ^"iitvAfi-.tr-i^Aa^'ii;sM  l?"the?yatisnelfthaMfi.ohVs.4Jf^;^*  uikups  oftgTAL  PAY  ;?"s;y  NOT SAME PLATEAU  So Shys Arnundsen Regarding Shack-  .���������.;;.:���������;,' leton's Piccovcry. / -"y^,; -AA-'''  London.���������The "T|njba' ��������� Sydney correspondent states,, ?tha| Ahiundspn  denies that^ the King Haal^on .Plateau  oh which tliPSoulh Pole ia situated  ia the same as King .Edward VII,  Land, discovered; .and nftmed ylhy  Shackloton. "Shackletori may havp  got to it, but that does ,not, give him  u right to name a territory which ho  never saw. Tho Haakon Plattfau wad  traversed by my parly only, iipd������������������';!iam  JUBtillod ��������� in naming it ub I think fit.** A  B  INDUSTRIAL AACClDCNTC.  61 Poraons Killed arid 1T8 Injurnd In  i^rjebrpary. ,  6tto.wa,-i*According to  the record  of  induatrlal  acclduiitt*  kept by the  Department of Labor, flit person^ wore  killed and 178 injured durthg Pobru-  . ������ry, X012,   This rocord compares vory  favorably with that of January, whon  t\<i worknieu woru killed .*-iul 21. Injured,   ������������������'���������     ���������'���������    '! ���������'' ."'. ''������������������'   t. .'.'.;.��������� ';  Compared with February, ,1011, the  record Ib otlll more favorable an M  were killed .Mind 107 poraona injured  ":^n that month.' ,���������.-.- . ���������.;���������...-. i?i. y������:.y  .The wor������t disaster ot the puMt  pionth waa the' premature explosion  o^ dynamite on boiiBtruotibn woirk  near Kort i'Vancoa. (>nt��������� on the line  of the Canadian Northern, by whioh  4,1 uuiiMvtMUiviMi' uu������J������ ���������v.u Ll!!c* ailc.  kljc othora aorloualy Injured.  Unlveraity Chair iFbr Aniupdaon'^y'  ', A Chi'latiaiha.-^-A motion wa������ preBont-  ed in the'��������� atorthlng for tlio eatabUah-  mont of a chair, for l.onald Amundsen  In Chriatlana DnlvelflUy. ?Thaniat-  tor; was referred tq tlio budget ooip������  Hiittijo. Tho. premier announced that  tho, government wpnld iiropoao, that, a  grant bo mado Amiinduoii to onahlo  him to undertake an Arctic expedition.   ,  TurK������ uam /-;oypn**Ha.  Luuuum,-���������A     CylittUliitliriopIti1 ~ d"*>*  patch    to    the    Chronicle aaya the  Turka havo captured |tie huuuu iwi-  ��������� ".*������. ������h %. A wm *    frv*** !���������,*,**,  rhia wan the advanp'  v To Eatabllah W������atern Parrna.   ,  Wdmonton, Altn.-~-ftlr WlHlam Bnii,'  mi-mhor of th.������ f.rlt1������h houno or cont-  mpna, and Ayilloughby Bullock, pf  London, ICnghmd, and 1), L. 01-Km,  bf Red IDoer, arp here with tho party  wMcli came out wbat. luut fat', uhd  epmpleted arrnngomoiiLa lo ararr ox-  tbi>alVb r farming bpcratlbtii; In Htfd  Deer and othct*diBtilcta.  t^AlTiiE^EMBARGOiiN''-J.^  -���������JVii-'.^'i "T-?';.j'?? -'.. .".'.i :'���������������������������; ' ���������': ���������������������������- ���������'?��������� -������������������;���������'���������������������������"��������� v; ��������� ��������� :y$-i'y  No ���������Evi.dence Now of FobtAiid M  ���������;;f,.i.j-;.:'ADii8ea8eyln  ii AAWa8hlhigtbn4T--The embargo .'-ba^eait*  tle.frbm Great.' Rrltain? which are Aitrj-i  ported into the TJ. S.ywhicli ^aa h'#n I  pirb^ibiled^for a year;pb,8t>Aiiecaiise^btT  the. foot;: and Arhputh diSeaiseA.wa^iffi-i  'ed"'ihy ASbbrbtdry ef ?KAfttIcuHMyb ;^^v5il-  .Bofc.W,V...\..;> ..:���������:??A:'i,A;';-A : Vi \:,T':A{i'A't^A^^.A  y No evidence of, tha dispose foaa; been  idlScpyered   in   the ��������� iBritisih:'; Isles .'fpr'.  ithreei^ inionths.    A;lthb.ugh A^h^re '$$&'���������  xheen a decrease j^n, the. disease Jn.poi^i-  itlnental Ipurppe, npneypf; theBeAbyuii--  trleB .are allowed to. sendiciaLile uwrtsii,]  English liuthorities believe that thp  epidemic, from  which Great Britain  has   Aauff prod.   dui'lng'A the past .few  years, has been carried* over in some  way frohi the continent.  : AutbmoblioB have' been suggested as  a poaalblo means by which foot and  niouth gorniayvvero carried across the  ^EngUBh.^hantibl.;,-'.'���������      A ������������������''���������'.: ���������  Grain Act Defect  ;: Reginai, Sasi..-~Tho Legislature ad- j  opted the 1'enbluUon Introducod by A'.  iH.. Smith ^MobBomln) protoBtlng  a(?<alhat the enactment ot aubaoctlon  W of. claiuBo .20 In the Grain Act am?  ondment bill which loaves to tho dls>  orotlon of the hoard tOf grai:n commla-  alonpra ihe vartatlbh of Uie provisions  for car distribution.  ;���������' Before paaalng to tho conaldoration  of the redlHlrlbuLlon hill Attorncy-  aeheral Turgooh. briofly explained tho  prlpclpleo Upon which the rodlatrlb\!i-  tiol nad booh hatjod, Both population and area hub; boon coiiBlderod,  and leaving out "tha citloa tho avorngo  population In each riding wua 8,700,  In roforenco to the representation  'ot, tho throe olty conatltiiiencloa ho cited Winnipeg, Went Toronto and other  cI'|lbs".to Show, tbat hi "owhh nf *MMe������  where the population waa donao, the  reprcBcntation . want pot buueil upon  population, ' Xy'XX. :���������'���������   ,- ���������.'  iMrV.A:SMjbbri;^iaiii:^!%ii^^^  i?-^UId'iiib&::Spra^A^6r;^e^^^  ?esi'i?Whioh?>hl^A^A?ibifii^^i^  ^peaikiK^Vof^the^^brfe  ^ithe-'APuhvei^tfi-AliiheiA  ithe Alinb?Awa8.y.tb: ''he A;pn^eaK^r^|ay  :i wKhi A^^i^^^hJeiAfij^ii^^  -motors hoped tp be "able to. complete'  iitWs'A year AtheA.iayingA^  ifarias, the AthaibaspiiiAriysir;������aidistahepi  ,������������?oyer. 100 mileb;frbr^^?Idtribntbn;!AIh;  vrei;ftrdytO-thei:Tbther:;ili.npy?^  isaidhe pressed ipai^culaifty Afbryttie^  Alaylhg Of -.the'- steely bn^itlie Asectlbhis'l  Which were already gradeh;A luAthisj  irbspoct '��������� the ; icompiauleb ?i^ye .under-?  istan dings which Awere,' satisfactory;  Postmasiei^Gerier^iri  .���������gi;;jQttawfc4^ii^erPA;M^  thousand happy, post office employees  AtVi??.^a������'S'ri3'1aa^:ii.-?Tpi^;iJ*^  Vicpiii v���������i/i  ��������� V**.V;"'' -ff *  "MILLidN   FOR   MA^I^^  Npwly,.. FPrmedALeTiguey.iAs.^  Ay ment to Give dollar For Dollar; A?  .;AAi]Wiinnipeg.-rrA'large idepiltaitlonjTre-^  presenting;the l^lllionofor .Mahltpl)^  League, waited upon Premier i)tbblliiv'|  ;a8k,lng for Government asslBtoinceyin;  cohhectlbnvy with? the proposed iplahp  bf the oigojilKiaitlbh. ,iiy i-A::-i 'XXXX'^f  i? W. SaSifbird ISvana, presldeht of the  'prganlzatlpn; in,laying the views and  objects bf Atlijdt hpdy|'h('fp������ffc' Ui6: Prp,-  ;mler, stated that the, work 'was .pro-1  gi'tjflslrtg moQ... ttatlsraetovlly, ana that  to date 26[out of 38 districts had beeri;  fully organized, ?dnd that; the btherBi  Were rapidly rounding ihtp Bhape. The  ���������ivork in Winnipeg? had fieenAdelnyed  on account of .the nph-ai;rlyal qfitlio'  membership buttons. ;  /   '    A  Tho delegftition asked that the Government put up a dollar for every dollar, raised by .the association, . Othbr  members of the delegation who apoke.  were Mayor, Waugh, viue-pe'sident of  the Winnipeg board, -and K. A.,! Mbtt;  phhirman Of the board.  .?> Premier Roblin, In roply, Btated  that Ho waa familiar with the general  principlns of tho organization and  waa pleased to hoar of the progrepa  that had been made. The Govern-  tpent waa prepared to do their share  in the work, hut?.'he would aak thorn  lb write an pillclal letter to vho Gov-  ernmbbt.4 ahowlrig Juat what plan  they intended to follow, and Juat how  tho" money raised would ho expended.  . BOATS  TO  CARRY GRAIN  In Spite of Order of Rail way. Commlft-  ���������Ion C.P.R. Ib Unpuaotlounbly  Dlacrlmlnatlnp ftaya Raport  A Pniuth, Minn.���������Tlio    car    aliortagA  HMJl       VV1V������.������ 44444.  IaI at Alnzara.  rd poat ot the Italian* capturad hy  Ui4>m nom* weeke auto.  Arbitration Treaty Uaeleaa.  Parla-^Tho action of the United  btuieH aenutu on tne nn^Miioii oi tiio  arbitration trontlf>a la iisgarded In  aomi-ofncial circles hero aa tanta-  Uiouii. - to , iuwii . !������tui! rci-ct'.c".  There la some hope, however, that  new nngotlationa way bo Df gun and  * ' '       ' ���������      ** ,1  T>*  ���������*..  J.  VHM4.     ������.,**       ������4*H.I |IV.ll4fU 414W 4,.[.V4,U  PH'** nmnmif Mnv r/������i������tor������i lh������ imn*!"-  al arbltrtillon treatiea w|th Great  Britain and Prance to a form Which  will h������ worUi wJUl.������.  Trouh.iai About Unlforma.  Londbn.���������-A promiae of ain intoroatw  Ing diaclosuro very ohortly, la contained in a queation in the House of  Commons put. by Viacoimt Ualryinpiei  unlphiat merhbei" for Wlgtownahlrei  CttM iu whwtlic-i ii WuuiU, u,' tl.w IUr.JU'������  privy council appeared at a public  maaquerad.0 wearing the unirorm of  * pwt.-tr '���������(.uiioiiioi-. ir, |h iinderatoPd  'that the reference (a to Right Hon.  Alexander -Uirp.T;i.T!i!^i|rc|T,Atlvocftttt.ot  CJCvt.i-ni.' Th" -'***'*..*���������**,'; cf *>*w4������irti ,i*,i.  form on auoh an oocaaion waa rorbid-  dan yearn ago, vviscount uniryinpie ������  enquiry U aa to whether this raguta*  tion ha* beon.reaclndod.  hnift' forced f^min hnndlors to begin  making contracta for Jake shipment  ot Canadian grain stored horo aa Boon  aa navigation boglna.  Two boat������ are chartered for flrot  ahlpmonta and pi-abtlcally every boat  at (he h<iad of the lukco, expect tho  Steel Corjiortttlon an*d Pickona-Mather  hoata, \ytfi be. chin tered for grain ear-  vying by the time the pntinon opens.  . vTho rate called for by preaont con-  ������������������.������������������.tii i������ x,tia irt \m t U-4 cenla, which  la conoldor*'d high. Contractu cover  poaatble ahlpmont from Fort William  pr thja port, aa grain men may apo-  ciry. :.-  ... Juat aa aeon aa Inn ice In ih& Wr-  ho* -win normlt the chartered boula  will be put In a poaittoif tor loading  ao unit Niopimuiu ������������������'������������������> '������.<./��������� V-x. v.-!-;  ������d a day after the opening ot navigation.  ���������.ih ,f.CanadaA as  iiH^A;L^?:P.^'PeiletIer,;Ay,%hich";i?p  '^S{^bb������dAT-^reaiding4;,'AAT^  ^peis>tprv.:'ihcrease8'.^  ^^ly.i'eyeryi employe^  ''Olftfie&yyyyyX.X''. 2i. ���������. 'XyXyXiyyyXXyyXyyy  ;^;:^epbrdirig;A lo' 'theinrpvisloh.Aof ?;the::  .billAilncfeases  in; salary' pire:Agranted.  $lbpi;aA^^u^     $800 isAreachedAand  abbve.-"rhat sum increiase of $50 a.'year  tiili $1800 .Is reached.   Chief clerks and?  bttpeirihtendentis ?get ahnnal2 increases  ;Ofi;$i06 till; $2,200 arid ?$2^50t> respect  ���������tiyely? are reached, i The increases iwill  hey ohi, the yhasls of ? merit. , Tl^'s has  been asked by the postal officials for  ���������y;ears,'-'^ili4avingrheen?-,;justT.Ahrou'ght-':t.o?  the iDLttent^bn��������� of Sir William Muiock;  .F->lWr. Pclletbir suites' that the bill Isi  ���������iThtideinecQSsai-y :by, the fact, ,rhat it. is:  impossible to'hold.'employe's bii pres-  .^entMsalary....   .���������'.',..���������.������������������:���������;      ���������:  ',??���������?,,"  i.Otge Deepening of Wetland Canal  ;',;, pttawa, Ont���������-The Immediate deeij-  eriihg of tlie Welfahd Canal with subsequent deepenings of the St. Lawrence canalsystein, the need for the  1 mprovement of hlgh\yiiytt and' the l.:n-,  . proveinentof the Krench Blyer route  (without, howoyer, - expressing any  ���������petition as fbAiVio iGePrgV^h Bay canal  project), wrb ipreRaedcupoh the gov-  erhmonfc hV.A tile- .Ontario1 aaaoolat.od  boards of trado. A' A. "W. Wright, of  Toronto, pr'bBpn'tbdjthe',Woihinti f-final  and .St.- Lawrence' prppti^ltlon,. iif'ueh  hlbiig the aapiie Hne.fXA ha has been  dono by yother doiiiVtaiubiiB, and wua  "aiippbrtea'.by C. T. Young.'.bf-Hnlley.  bury, who yplped...NewA.-ppi.arlo'������ da-  aire! for the development of tilio St.  Lawrence watorwaya,  King Goorgo Inventor.  : BevHn.���������Kihg Gporge, of England,  haa, takpn out a phtenti (according to  the Now York WorUl corrcapondoiit)  through the German, Crown Prince,  hi������ coupln, for a'coal saving range.  Which' Vila MaJ*������aty la nnlH to have  pbrfoctpd during the .tang month pr  on forced IdlonoHB lu the Highlands  tthd 'olapwliore folowlng ;,hia fathor'a  death.- The crown prince, who has  pntbntbd ii pair ot non-allpping alcove  llnka, propoaed tha' he take out u  patient tn Germany for King George,  who originally; ao it. la aald, had no  Intention or going through with hia  Idea. The range haa two ovona and  ia ao built that by pulling a lcv.tr U10  contonta of ono aide, Including the  fire beneath, may bo. shifted ncroaa.  Ihua aaving timo and coaii  .'cbmb-.:b*'c.i!i'!'������r^  ';sy0;-9^ias;:^ce^t^nyb^  ed.i.i'ihSa;herhsMyb4ii^  ���������'hbt.'.'PfiellV'*'^  :,''heltti^.r!:iignbraiat?\'?bf->?Ood^  ���������ihes8:?arid^,gbIrigT^abb^ti!ii:i.tbivA.-.bat^  I ���������thei^/oiwhA.ri^tebusrieas, Adc^tyiibpt?AflubV*;,f; gi^s;  ' mit?Athbln8eive8 to'WArlghtp  bfv:Gbtiv^i(i.bim^.iii,yiC*;iiTX,v;8^  ..r,..T)  X i To ^'bssociiateA'tbe'v riia'ci^eBy  ahd'?^f:?i'tHpi.'Pharlaee������?'.sefem8:;?like:S  verjrAbad combine, butAabmb oftJbhi^f^yc^,  disciples 'A'were':';:rio.-douhtv,'?fromAthe.i'fc;y^  Php������iiseeai''ahd.,iHlte':tpo':imbhy-:bKi^chv^  the Lbrd aa to whether they ahould; /iy  contiuhb pertain faata- or not H<a^aBlt-^A ������������������'XXXi  ed 'them, "Dld.:: yevfaBt at all to ;A^e'^;:.;t'''i#l  iiven toA'Mo?^-:';i'Tlicn.iH(al'?tbld?'them.*i'''v^ay'i!  yyyi  y;m  thpm  what.true fafltlng in His Blefl%t ywai,i:  .IZ..eli...vI!,?,:4-i0v,^  now He speaks ��������� of l-Umself as thiv-  Prldegrpon-, and His clisciplew as thi:  children bf the bride ehamher. .pc A  doubt looking onward to the inarrlag< A  of the Lamb pr Uev. xlx. We. might; t;iAy;5  woll iaalc; Where Is now the .faBtlhg������0^.:s  bocauae of the Bridegroom's ahsehcb^A-ivi:^  Whore arc thoao who 'IbhgA-fbrv,HlB;-'HV'.p  return, -who rejoice greatly hocauab ,;'..'  of Ills voice, glad to decrease if onlyi.-.A-'"  He may incrouso? (John .IU.,;2l>,' ^0.). AiyiAA  There is much patchwork ��������� lu thovi A -Af,  tY-cK-Hlng of our dny Avhioh Is dlrooMy ' v?'  contrary to the tenohing of onr .L'qird'.'���������.'���������'������������������;���������������������������"'���������'.  conccrtiirig 'fho neccaaltiy, of a i npw?V ;i; ,;,|  birth. Tho old garineiii or our uii-A i'i  ilghttibuanoflft cannot bo; mondod. ..,t^AA:^';:  uiuHi. bo a n������W garment throughout,A A'  even the garment of Christ's rjght-, A ,t  oonHiioaH "which He I haa provided -at A ;���������'��������� 2  audi infinite coat (II Cor. vi IS,t; Horn, ':������������������ i.,Vi?y  x, 4). However unpopular the dob-'  trino may be, it Ib moat plainly written that "the curnal mlpd in onmlty  iiA-ilniJt Cod, fcr it iB tiot mihjeet to  tho law of God, neither Indebd ban  bo" |Rom. vlll, 7). Not a shred of  Adam and? Bve'o ilg loaf apron;!*' could  bo tolerated. The coal a of flkiiiH woro  nil uu ill dent". We must uliig f/tiom the  heart, the worda of Ian. ixl. ip. Tho  ao cull' now thought or hew: theology will not* dp, for it: ia ;iiot of God  and must therefore he from '.ho' ad-  vorHftry. who flattery man hy< tolling  htm that ho ia all right and only  iuhhIh homo Improvement, which ho  himself can oaally acCoiiipllah;-,  .���������*.  .'OfV'  Married In Aeroplaiia.  '..'.ParlB.���������>Tlio . .flrat ��������� authentic aeroplane wadding ia algnallod from.Avfg-  'non. The hrid'eproom; a well-known  aviator named Volaor, flow to a field  ohxI to the church, whore the wedding  took place.  Directly after tbe ceremony the airman and hia bride, who waB Mlh\  n^cr.^r.i!, n?-*"**'1 ���������"* ������wn-a������at������d  IliwiJuL iand iflcw tho 100 and more  mllaa aeparatlng Avignon from Nice,  where the mat pan ui iiiw tiuugiiiwuu  * 4 4 ,    ... .... .4   44 *  44 JI  Volaer Tiopea to fly on to Genoa and  home to Parts with hia wife.  Submarine Vlctima | y  Portamouth.���������Tho verdict k of the  eoifonor'a lnijuont. into tha oauao of  the daath of the offlccra and trevv' of  the Hrltlah aiibnmrhio ''A'A,^ wlilwk  waa hold at Huular MtUtuiy Hoapltal  Vlf^M,   itl&it     lil<-jl     Ut)|������il������        ������>���������������������������    ,.i!uu     lu>  drowning.  In tht- caurac of the evident !t .w^s  aaeertuined that lu the au lunar liw col-  llMlon'Wltn depot snip Hiiruy, rwhru*  ary '2, the aubmurlno waa plorcod .in  ** .  . .������.,������.������.��������� ������������.,���������,������.. #,.,.������., ������������ii-.-  !������������.������������        IMI/l/V. Ji.... II41V4,        ������,.        4."...... ,   4     4,.,(���������.        ,.���������   ,      .  to #.������*-m fiioi in Imiath and a foot In  Width wua found. n������������ath of thm vto-  tlma probably waa luataotanooua.  ���������>.u  '���������Ji  :'M  ��������� v ���������*-?I  *^ifimWi&itl  :'l!K'.ftr: rrrr^"*^^.-^^^*#^^i->'������ty--  ~,4U.^?WM.'.ii'"..!^i.M lthli!*Ju't*^^tyti-$$>l^<ii������^wa>iii4^iw^^iife_  mtmmmimm  ��������� vf *  ' ���������.'������&&! it  &  fl  81 <  I  "J-  i  Ii1!  III      '4.  IV.  ii  IV,������  Gomoany soH Forty-eight iilore  Spokane from /Jan.'' i, 1  2912,"to March 1. 191-. than all |  the other companies put togeth- ������  For Sale in Creston By *  4.       -     *> " (4 kl  The Farmers' Institute held a  wm   Dugm  \** l ������������������������-��������� 4        J 4 ������- i. J.  .-Ta-'v   -J.  P  THE KOOTMNAY OARAGB OOMRANY  R. B. BEVAN, MAN ABB R  ORBBTON BRANOH  b  I  I      15 Acre Fruit Hattch FOR SALE      |  B 5 acres planted to trees.    10   acres   ready   for   the |  I plow.    Frame house and out-buildings, well fenced.   Two I  1 miles east of Creston on Canvon road.  For te-rnas aad particulars apply to:��������� s  .  B  -1-       ' '���������' ��������� '������������������������������������ -    . ������ 3  .Cfc ��������� tm      E  .������-������ sm biii������bh     ������  a%wt������Vu   f  r  n. rfc .p n ft   11 ^ 11 o r  11 p r if a niiiuir  nitaljni  ���������  ���������"! S  S WW  au ftiaigai  Comn,ei.Gitig   Monday,  4, n   a ' .at. 1  ly       **ii  twirif rvis  A Jravorite of AU  S W    \7  ��������� !-"������ *������fc.������4 W������������4   14%  mounts!!!  y*������ ^v-b  ruuuc &i  \7a-4���������  V S������3W  *4*-4.4-W4ift,^*^4TV4<Wt*������i*W<4������V.^^  B8aua������������k40kiS>������.t������B>4  ifi&AHua  VU  i 1 no s*i osuw y ni aim $1.1111  I Billiards and Poo! (j Hot or Cold Bams |  8UniB%8  0..-~4������i/4>l      f>������.  a nTnnyn mp  A Oiniinfj hhu  OAPABLE BQMPANY  .4-  KJ44.4%044A.nfra    -.  J.  AWWA.444,  meeting last Friday evening, di.eouBfti.pi  a general run of topics. The .question aa  to whether J. A." I/dgate could hold  the dnal positione of secretary of tht*  Institute nnd of (he new  Usaon wasi^  y~<  **}  H4WI 4,IMi.iai*���������tw  broughfe up and when'the conditions of  ~. i.       '  e&ch were espinised it was deuidod thai!  "       , <���������  he was nos inMngiugoaeljther line ot  work by the Other,  t-        ���������  T       A 4*-������-.-4.���������.4.e..4.������, '���������        ���������=.       ���������*.���������..,,       -..S.S.--     ������  d. A.    virvaujjvuw.    iu   ���������������   nuvn   nuuivcn  4*- ** .  said that the farmers cf this oosshitusity  should baud thexpeelVea together to  raisa sheep Iii osder that the tables of  the diatrlot ooolA be supplied with good  mutton. The problem was disoaessd  from!. few siclss and ^theu aUowed to  Irop, Tbe ^iee fe������Qe problem-waa  also introduced, the main question being  aa to the place ������t 'whioh the fencing  ahould be bought. This matter waB laid  over for further consideration at a  oaeetiag' it-sight,   .  ���������^a.l!'  III I'I  ffi^l-S?  I'   '-'.I'  ���������^..asi  !8Bm,m*j.&  ������j3^ must 3bm ssrjgm >    .qsmL -assis. ������S SuSSt, Al- 'HA!  _ S���������^        mamtkwms   f*S3Skmk\fS^--^^  wm&iSon or mossey ������*&  SmmBmmvStemtsM  ties.  w .  UU3    'ds?*^  * t%  Z  iSg^^^^^g^^^ggg^^gg-^ggjig  iiAnnrA   ran  itUHHtd run  abb r  UH3.L.  Your choice ont Qf"3? head weighing  from 1300 to 1700 hundred.  Oanyou Oity Lumber Co., .Ltd.  =~-.i"v  ���������"^ 4V     4 [  ���������Call asd ssa^jas esur Ilacg of Osjril  bells. Bsady Made Clothing tbefors tJit  A.-  5  >������ ^������ ^p������   1^#>..*%���������*������   ������Ss4fis*4���������5i. - If At Anv Hstrr 2r  s and  /CS3i  ii  J-Kazors Ground and Set  t  i i  m mm mm  .m ���������*4ars>  or  -"*nE^^\?������  >4������-������r4<4������W  44 44  nl ���������   ���������  Oreston .Farfe & Beoreation Co.. Ltd.  The Sts������ OidlsUity jaeetiag o? the ���������������  bove company will be held at the office  ot the Creston Valley Bealfcy and Investment OomoanT on Tuesday. Aoril  ! 2. at 8 P. MC.. for the parooBe of eleoting  a Board of Direotors, hearing annual  rjnortand transaction of anv business  Sam Hatfield will have an English!  4> - ������ I   a..404V.i������4  billiard table inetelled by the middle cf  next month.  f~ *  ng your Spring Snifc S. A, Speew*-, ."  ,V " -4  Bev. M. F, Bby B. A. will prqaeh/ij  MethoiistOhnrchSncdav xnoitkirnt ������������.,!  4444       44444 4T.  ������eais������iy snvitett'fj  A CSever Play  Clever Spec.aitSc5  Cfssx'Sim. -Tr%~.~*wm1 **. I  T\oi4^inafti& &n &h>o  QoH^S9  G. B. Henderson,'  Secretary-Treasurer.  llDldsfreani  m**  mm  1 M%  ^bAM 1-i'AI.IME.LU, rroo I  PROFE^^irsKr atc  =? f  j^jbcNrlSTRY  ���������r. B. halT^d. d, Sa  ���������    Office   over  .Frank Parks .Hardware  f Sfcse���������Baker Street.  CR^KBROOK,  B������ C������  CHAS. MOORE, CE.  B o. ItAvro Surveyor ash Arohiteoi  Prices   Socts   and   $1.00  Children 25c*  Advance sale at Post Office.  {    The Creston Eriokwn Rifle ^tVssooia-  tion will -hold a dance  in Mercantile  Hall en Saster Monday evening,'5April 8.  <b           Brfla  I-  ;reston -     -     - b.c.  ���������~m*l-*0S^**^*%^S*+m+.<  GUY   LOWENBERG  OOtXBVVCXJSQ  EmOIMBBR  :keston realty  and INSURANCE CO.  Pruit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  CRESTON  B.C.  OKE3X, YOUNG & ^o.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  CRESTON  B.C.  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  JPito, Life and .Accident .Insurance  HEAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -      -       -  B.C.  Before Setting  ClK Contract.  For tho building of your New  House, Store, Office, Workshop  or other building, write or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable und satisfaction  guaranteed on AH Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST  MINING REGULATIONS  4 tl  COAL���������Coal mining rights may be leased  for twenty-one years, tonewable atan annual  rental of (dan acre. Not more than 2,66b acres can be leased to one applicant. Roy&lt y  five cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  tbe tract must be staked out by the applicant lu person, and personal application to  tbe Agent or sub-Agent of dominion .Lands  lor the district must ln all cases be made and  tbe rental for tbe first year must be paid to  *, bo agent within thirty daya after filing  application  QUARTZ���������a person eighteen years of age  and over, having m ade a discovery may locate a claim 1.600 feet by 1,600. Fee. $5. At  least 8100 must be expended ou tlio claim  each year or paid .to the .Mining Recorder  When 8600.0 has been expended or paid and  other requirements compiled with, the claim  may bo purchased at 81 an acre.  1'LACER MINING CLAIMS are 600 feet  long and .from l.OOO to 2,000 leot wide. Knti-y  feeS5.' ���������.'���������Jot- !������29 than *!0!> mast be expended  tn dovolqpoment work oaob year.  DREDGING.���������Two leases ot Ave miles each  of a river may bo issued to dne applicant foi  o tenix ol 20 years, ftenlal. 810 a mile per au-  num.' Royalty. 1% porcont after the, output  oxceds 8io,Uw. ���������  W. W. CQRY  Deputy Minister of the Interior  The farmers welcomed the atjtje&rance  j ox cne anowr vrbich ieii Monaay and are  hnning that it -will IinDS!T *Oi a oonple  weeks. The winter snow moved away  too 6S?ly vO Bsit ilzzzn and the? feared  tiiat a late spring colo snap would bring  some sort cf trouble with tho fruit crop  The Greaton weather however can be  relied on to do the right thing at the  right time and the present snowfall will  keep the buda back until the proper  time for them to appear.  srs.1  was %~  Vernon,   ������S. C.  Mlaa Ruby Gilchrist who has spent a  t  month with Misa Hattie French returned  Tuesdftj to her home in Nelson.  Gay Lowenbcrg aobbmpanied JaB. H.  Schofield on hia short ylait to Kitchener  Monday.      ''���������''������������������"' '  Mrs. MoPeake is visiting in Oranbrook.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.   We carry  all tbe leading varieties most  p. - suited to tliis district.    O ur specialty^ is 'budded^A^tocfe*?S  on three-year-old whole roots. \     "  -"      a������   ���������  For further particulars apply to our loc������il Ageur.  5 j. Biinco, Box 39, Creston; B.C. <  *v  .���������LJ-lBBl  **  The Riverside Nurseries,  Comprising 120 Acres     GRAXD FORKS, B. Ci  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  AT HOME  The Riverside Nurseries are the nearest nursery compcbiy toCrestbn and  have more trees plantod in fchia district than ,������oy other company, The  trees, are started under the same conditions that .they, will havo to mature  .in this Valley. They can be brought here from Athe nurseries at Grand"  yorka in three days by freight or ono and one-half doye by expraus. AU  treea guaranteed home grown.  ������������������������������������'.,.'��������� ':���������...' ���������'%,.   ��������� "* * > i  76,000 Riverside trees are now growing in the district.  For Oaralogue aud Pjrice liBt, write to���������  /'WAIifER V. JACKSON. Agent, Creston,'B. C  ������*���������  I  iXGSl  ^���������MMMiMMaai  ORCHARD/STS!  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.  AL.D&KC3ROVE.   B.O.  Havk TnK Pinb������t .  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pear*, Plums- Cherries, etc.  I  JL  FO&FULL   PARTICULARS  Writb��������� On 8kk  Oeneral Manager, l^ocal Agent,  -lldciyrciTc, U.C. Ci-oniuii, B.O  W.'IR. .tScntt?  ORANBROOK - H. O.  Funeral Director  I  mm  eaBWBfawwswiB  ���������nam  All tho Vory Latest Stylea in r^a-  dluaMiata, Trimmlnga, Flowers  and Blubona..  IvADlBH'   RHAOY.MADIO  WAISTS ��������� '  Nnw jultiua nf ,Lnuiu3 iiuil Ciiild<>.  1'ona'  Stohkinga and Wearing  Appai-Ml ������uimh\o U> tne Wcaaon,    j  Mrs. n; YOUNG!  ine and Clover Sprig c^  are a few prices  yy I  7 in Bakers 25c.       8 in Bakers 30c.       7 in Scallops 350  ,' Gravy boats 25c. 6 doz. Bowls 10c each.  Cereal dishet3 10c- Platters 25c j:o 85c;  Covered Vegetables 75c.'.,.    xo dois Fruit dishes 5c eacli  6 in $1.00 per irjoz  ���������Salad Bowlfl 90c  Plates^ in, 90c per do??,  8 in #140 per dpz.  B in 'Scallop 300.;  C 0Vered! bu tters 50c,  '     Cake Plates %cy  jugs 15. 20, 25, 35,:  7 in $1.10 pei^ dbJ.A  Covered Sugar 40cy ;  !  loo doz Tea Cups and Saucers 10; per cup and Saucers   a 8 in Soup plates ic^f^, A  )  ..' ��������� ���������  SBBSW  SUSSm  Creston Mercantile Company, Ltd.  <  ma  ii^; ,fam#*,'!W''+r'>  '.atPn+H*:-' ;u *r~., m ���������  ...   , IJ4     .  .'��������� .1,  . 1.'.  ,14^.' ,4*.   '  V,  ���������.     I ..'      I1  ,     ���������,    I          I,,.      I"-         .,A-.   ^         ,              "4     ���������    .4     4 *;            -.-     '           '������           -44 " .         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