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 . 1     **CiMi/"  V        A.'*    '        ���������**���������������  ���������'"'-'���������'"^  "���������/t."l?J.  ami.u.  /*\  uf  '���������^  w-"-  ^ ^3  I.H'' ,. i.^'Susss-wscs  Jtfrf '      ' jt>    T ���������"--iwii sri"  /J^V  i������-^���������fl^^" i"~     " '  *'^^^IAJJ^ls,SA9BfcJ*,*ftt^        ������.-|^4St7 T\,������A JE^^'^i'^sTAr.  ���������;^������y^^  *. ^wfel  ���������������& *rC������.'V./ZIKti*~iSiiA. .  ..        ���������  ���������      TjltT^MR'l      III III!    U'sY  ������������������^.g**rt^"AtAfrw?*5L. ������������������������������������ i     lis��������� -ij  ���������^e**  A1J Roads m Ha������?tY,|W^West Kootenay Lead to Creston  .��������� r ,. J^V*     IVT ���������"    * .AS^s^agwtJssM^ 1 * -* %V v*     f s������*-*sTs*sl|-s*s1*sj*s*t*-MS--4js*^^ ��������������� wi-jnit  I ^%" , 1    -* ... /7^%" ,f*v������r     1    -.MI x^.i-     S.?m       I     ?      ������/��������������� nr-r-fi *           i/11  v  /  V    '':'T"'tsM������.A' x-uat-li  II  h  I  No* 4 3   "4th   Year. .  CRESTON, B3r*j.'.3ptU>AY. JUNE, 7^ X9ia.  ���������* *-****.  r-"-."i"-.  ���������nr* a nn   .nsiriirimir<a  i.m.Yr kii-iin i  ^A*a<������������ BUM  .Nfi^BtliS  ?m- jt*1  :   --1  * Utn-  ~*aL  KsaSr-i^aniDisr^on .,  IN'FAVOR. OF  FRUIT  GROWERS* UNION  Final Decision Came After  Word   Battles  and  Two"   Votes J"������  ������>.^  That the buying of provisions' such as  flonr and feed, which has/been in the  ���������    -   ���������       - -. "   "  }i*nii'* we she  farmera lugi-is-nte. is to be  *��������� , .  done by the Frnit Grow*}?" Union,  was  finally decided at a special meeting oi  thelnstittite last Friday night. AI though  thiB Wfea %ii.v atjCOiiu void uu  lilt)   jli&tt������r  the first being at the last regular meet-  iug and chose >, opposed -co che utaugej  having had opportunity to work against  the measure, the desire of the members  as ehown. by the vote was 35 for and 5  against the-turning over of the business  AA.UWUU  VIV     WQfrA?   JA4U       HIVUUMWUUU. AAV       ������,M%>  voting was done by raising of the right  i  hand and the was dark a xnumber of  ���������votes were overlooked bub it ��������� waa evident that the ranchers are almost unani-  moras in favor of the action.  The special meeting, which wascalled  by several members who were dissatis-  fled with the turn of affairs at ths last  regular meeting and believing the vote  illegal because the members had not  been notified as, .to the business to be  ��������� taken 3ipr wot* as aaticipated, 'a warm  . ' ������������..     j,-"- ������1^-������ TVj*>  ..one and;the methods of uirgnmentation  eBsployed by' the few membex's that  talked on both side? of the questiou,  were not; the best and not sanctioned  by the majority present a* was shown  bjr their cries of approval ^phen n stran-  ger Buooeded iu getting the' floor to  speak against the "mud throwing."  The principal argument again*!: the  motion  that oatne ont in  the  wordy  .^.m^Sm^.a  ^\47    Uniuci   Aj'A-a-Kf^T St-^,*Kja������������-.  _������.������        Mja^AUfJjU. VA      AJA.AWO    X.VV.KT^      MMM. M-w������  . ^*. * ^. v  ton, youngest daughter of Mt$ - ES- A. *  / *  ' ���������  Lanibertron.to Mr-Robert Klferocourred  '���������*������*��������� *v *   . ,  Mohday. Juae. 3m &$ Hie home-*of ,ths  brides mother as'Canyon City.%���������   .  > < V * - *      *"  '' '\i  .   The parlbr had berea hehutifully deeor-  *"  ^ . * ' *   ' '.���������*���������,    '  ated --with - ferns- and wild. roSes. - She  whole, color schema waH PUiis and waitB,".  The bride and croOmin the Dreaecee of  V . -   *. - .*   .     ������,  ' ahoafc thirftv t?neats. immediate relatives  -*"*-..    *"-''".     .-  and friends entpredthisroom-'and were  i*     .  ������������������   -.  madej man. and -wife, by  Rev. W. G^  Blake,'the  beautifnl ring se'rvicebeing  i-VP^Mh. \%fA\ -wv^y.  i      y - - cs.   *  ���������i ,,, i ii     m       * i,    >        JM  ���������Tbifo new Suit sfee 'Weber.  -**  "W. H,  Smith  went to Snokfirie  on  baMfaess Tuesday -^ *, "-I    *  "������, ���������      . ���������       " ,'}/  Gefeohrprjee on No. l'Timofch-r^IJay.  Just unloaded..r S. A. Speers*    ,;^  \ Q.CT..B., t3IGNAFIBS.0RAlTJr^)0K  CO-OPERATIVE STORES  v..  1 PYSnrfl's & Company's meat m������?rket  .      * . J* ��������� l       U ~*4S*  xa ui������Mg A.uauuu^u vtaw ,n   ua*qr "7UIi***(ai   DIT  paint.  i-  .*������1  J  fray waa that the business would go into the hands of a limited company  which would be just a Halite to ohul-ge  non-members and\ excess   amount for  mercantile   busiucst.   Tbis nrgiuoont,  j  however, had little weight with the  ranohers as every fruit grower in the  dlatriot not only has the privilege but in  buli wanted to join the Union.  That tho majority of the ranohors who  have thoogth on tho matter believe that  the Union will   be a boon to Creston  "J..1,1-I A���������     ���������.,/!    ���������������, ^  ... Ill'l,,���������     4n  ���������4.,n     If  IIUU,   V AUAAAAVJ ,   A.AAVA   I.A U   ������<44|Aug,      A-u  Q..V.      .W  support is very evident by the over * helming voto in favor oC It und it is belelved  that more would have voted; thnt way  had the speakers conducted thomHelvon  more mannerly.  , A oar load of provlslonH whioh Iiuh  boon ordered by tho Iiifttttuto prior to  the meeting will Htill bo handled by thnt  organization.  Powder will nine be .pureiniKod ���������uh be������  lort* lln'ough tlie IiiHtltutw in order to  Moeuro the reduced riitofrom the Bovorn-  : ���������-,,.,���������     : ��������� '*��������� '���������  'nifiit.  -.,':���������.',,' ' ?.-..���������;,  The Fruit Growers Union htw made  ������������������ppUtHiiion to the n������n������te1i?ln Pnoitle ItnU-  w.������y Comp������oy for n ������pnr to run to their  ;irop'irt^r and when this mutter ��������� sell led  ihe Ht������:pa for .Uulidln.T a wmp limine will  i*i,' tiikmi."  it tlio'Trul-m jjolo tl������o niullvWcd sup  |,oit uf-tliii oomnin.iity thoy will probrt*  lily iiiMtall a canning factory which will  ., iiiuliii orendy.inftrkot I'or nl! th** frnit  iliutotin.be mined, thnu giving iho frnit  j/mwrrn ii piuoivto (lispiint! uf iln-ir   inn  llUUIt U������ ������1HMI>   IllU   I.UUU    llllllltl.1    in    UVIU-I  v-COWdiid C? I0W.  Y?Q.AVi       rTlr   , ,     -.-.^  tmde Knott as bridesmaid aud Mr.  Grover Kifer, brother of the groom as  best man. Following the ceremony the  guests were invited co an elaborate wedding dinner.  The btidd wore an elegant gown or I  embroidered iace and carried a bouquet  of carnations and ferns.  Miss liamberton is an accomplished  young lady who has grown to womanhood, here and she has been honored by  and old. She is capable cf adorning a  home with happiness.  The groom is a popular young man of  Canyon City and is held in high esteem  by ail who know him  The prospects of this young couple seem  most bright and prosperous and their  large circle of, friendB extend sincere  good wishes for it to follow them through  life.   The bride and groom  reoeived a  largejanmhftr of b^ftntifnl and valuable  *    "*      **"       / **    ^  gif ��������������� ������i^ou"g:"v^bicih.w&re?& a&ttiat* ���������Bl8hesj"  out glaet, bowl, iabl������ cloth, bed spread,  berry spoon, butter knife, hand embroidered sofa cushion, and manyotner  useful articles. *" ; n  Mr. and Mrs. Kiter will be at home  to their f riendb alter Saturday, June 8.  Alter the wedding about sixty guests  gatboied at the home of tho nrides brother, Ur. Barton Iiamoertou for a dance,  musio being turnished by Guy Browell  on the violin, Mr. Mitsou, mandolin aud  Mr.     Haitlej,     g\ntar. Eveiybcdy  had iio. oxoeedinifly joyous time  and it wus nearly three a. m., before  n\4 "-Home Sweet Home" ,was played  and iho guests dopurted for home.  \ f v r. *l t  Gobd'pbny for sale, weighs *?00 pounds  goou driver -and saddle horse. ^ Inquire  of A. Mirabelli. *        -*1  E. L. Chudleigh of Saskatoon* was  here Tuesday and Wednesday, looking  ovei his property. -*?  Have your clothes cleaned and pressed  for Sunday. Try us Creston 01eanim>  & Dye Works.  -i=  jjii-ijiiiiai-ii  w^nA,4.h.,.r,., ,��������������� i.ti  Single Copies 5e;  Aleok Dupsrry is olearnig and stusap-  ing tea acres of lend on his propei-fcy  near Srio^son  "A ^  -^���������Place your^order forP^eservingPitie  Apples at Speers. ' 1  Mrs.   Hilton   and Mips Lythgoe-of  ' ' '.'       * *  Tank axe visinsng friends nt JSrieKfeon  ana vicwmy.    ,  ���������-Tfou Seds sny ^ize, "brass ^iaamed  |8.96.   C. 0. S.  Weber trie Taylor 'for your new, a*^*11* which s-5arBedi������r?E"H9 on Jr. W,  suit.  , '. . Etowfsranph, jumped th^ road and Oa*  uadian Pacific track and ran into the  timber on J. Sprat'a Qlaofe in the Wed-  nesday night high wind.    Mr. Sprats  Mrs. Enoch uarrison of Yahk is spen-  Ai~~.    ~     J) .     -4���������     -A.     A.S..    -U������_������   ^.S   t.���������  ������A.AA4������;     C*     491,      A&VJ.9     c%t,      V&XV    JAUGIJS  U4V    4USCU.  brother, M. BtcOleod at Erickson.  ���������Small orders for Furniture have  the same attencion with us as'large orders. O. O. S.  uviuo   ���������wvwtAMa, uuvo    Murcau    !:.'������������������*4i*!*i   ,���������**���������������������������?-    iV  no|> been for the good work of -are warden, Andy Miller and neighbors who  ,   i <-* *  were  op tne job all  night.   "Scotty"  Baston of the bank whrf was helping m  the flte nghting had his wriat badly in*-  j wed under a log that he was moving  awfi? from the flames.  f ���������=  *t  *���������We are agents for Imperial Clothing  Tli,tf Cash Store.  G. A. ������>. Cameron of Bxickson enter-  tained *he edico? as a haohele? dinner  last Sunday at his ranch, ssd spsat the  afternoon in showing him the Canyon  and surrounding scenery. -  ������������������You get five pet? cent discount at  i "������he Cash siobk.       .  SCHOOL sietoks  m^msnsr\.*m b-awskha, ���������  ���������,   t-'i ,j-  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������       4,   Af*i   L       ^.W  ,    SU PSSlOIt 6CHOOI4  Enrolment of pupils 31." 'Aver*Sge,^fr|s*S  sendanc������ 9S ���������os--'cent.   '     * '^  'PKc.    4Kr.llmn.SM4S    niAAc^nn    frfea       4itiis~ 09^ Jt\  ������.uw   AUAAunAAifA   muwiwtt  .ub     SS������i , ������SS-JTy  ~ * I ..*>IJ.I  sohool days in this month.'        *V   v \^r  ������"������.-* *w*s������i������  Effle Arrowsmith, William H^U, Cap- Z  ilcla Hiokey, Sthei Susoisft, "Wesst,?*  HuRcroft, Roy Stocks, Bert Am*wsxait^;" i  Alexander I*id{������te, Jemiis ^ohois. ?    "^?  The examination for ���������gnixanoe to Sigia? ,T  will be held on June 17,  i8^ and it ilk ^ ^  4 Arf X  the Senior ?oom of the *AtaWtn ttnhotA j * 'ti ,->  Fmmo V. D-uaatd.      [  Mr   and Mrs. R. S.  Smith went to  Sirdar Sunday in their motor canoe.  They say the high   water makes ~tHe  boating fine.     , * '  ���������<Jloverdale ranch is for sale,I20 acres  bottomland and 40 a6resr foot hillj��������� 20  ���������nyiir-*Act  **���������*������   AtmliAA..]      ���������1*1       **S****   ^���������-      *.^���������^ljJt������������������*.*������J  ������*v������.vo ������.������a x������m\ix*MiaX\XK   C*XI.      luail   U*4*7     *L������|j**,jmAT������-?;S'P'g^  ���������r ���������* ^- \  See C. O. French. - '* ���������  Thos. Martin of Pernio, district ^j������p������  resentattve^tlte%:toternationftl crwres-  pondence School, was in Qieston a eou-  >  pie of days this week.       -.,  About 20 Indians left on tho noon  train Wednesday for Cranbrook to  celebrate the feast of Corpus Christie.  ��������� ������i 6 CiooB e*. ufiiiiwg, Crotsijuu-GltHW"  aud Dye works.  The'Old Angus Curry Ranch across  the river has been bought by the Stark  Brothers and it is understood that its  new owners intend to turn it into a  stock ranoh.  ���������We prepay freight on a.1 orders ov-  er $15.00.   C. O. $.' - .-���������*--  Bert Whimster, the president ot the  ifernie Typographical Union, v?ea in  town Saturday. He is taking ft rest  iiia confining work shore and'is going  to   spend the time in the mountains  ���������-See our window for earthQrn pitchers and teapots at roofe bottom -pricefi.  S. A. Speers.  ���������Mir. ������nd Mrs. D. G. Travel ierc^Cres-  ton yesterday, but it can'!*, be published  i*  because no one tojd us about it/'  DIV. I. ORESTON PUB!*|G SOHOOL  Tot^������Bs*Q"h2':1H5fc*C^=s*=���������fes j3S-      - ~~ti-  Average omly ������ti������at3a^c������?, B4UBS7-" *   . t  The following have beea neifeet in  attendance during the month. '* "     * -  Poiey Boney, iiarold uobbet^ Gsxin  Hayden,  Erma Hayden, Blanche Hen- ^  ~_  -        *    "as  itlren.   MaM  Htioiwof*:    T.^/ln. Xt&manm   Zi%i  Bessie   MoMahon,    Ronald - Jba&gajfr,^  Olarenoe Maxwell Vera Smith, Nollie?$  Wilson, Greetice Wisler, Gorman Trot-'-"'  ter, Edna Holmes. - "'-._;  Anna Is. xteedham, Teaqher ;   >__  TiTTT  tt ri%������VMantrt^er arm**.***        J  i*X.1.  *4L    <4MHS4,VA1   KPKtKWIJIJU  Total enrolment 44 Avmum nHan. ���������  dance 39,04. '  ,-- Z  Thefcllowiaghadapw������ee������5������tfeendanoe '  for the month 6t Slay;    " .J J  Bert Soffey, Tedi^Sloko, Jeaoi Boyd ,  1 -v -*  Helen Brown,   Marion Brown, c Elmer 'iH  Burton. Wil&ad Burton -Rn^rSiwmnCnW*./  ���������Mrs. Attridge of   Erickson   is now  prepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed,  home of M. R. Palmer.  Call  at the  88-tf  Judge Ryan of Cranbrook arrived in  town Saturday. While driving through  the country, ho expressed great surprise  at the prosperity and wonderful change  since his lost visit here.  ���������Chiistio't- fiebh sodas at So cents per  iu Mi, Sf.juMj.ti.  ���������Lot us figure on your furniture re-  quiieuitiuts.   O. C. S. ,  ���������Protect-your garden with poultry  wire. Iu 2 ft, 4 ffcu"d C ft., widths at  Spoors' store. '���������"'.'  Fiahor Jobo will bo ut the loonl Outh-  ������������������ - '  olio church Snudiiy an follown;  Mass'.  Sunday School  Beuediotioii  . 10:00 a..'���������m.  ?!J:S0j������, in.  7:80ri. nil.  c  AI  The first shipment of strawberries  this season was received at the Mercantile store on Wednesday from Jack  Spratts ranch. Another one was also  reoeived Thursday from Jfnul Hngens  ranoh at t)acic Crook.  *  The Presbyterian Sunday sohool oio-  nic which was held last Saturday in  Huscvofts grove, was a dooided-success  with' about 150 iu attoudenoe. The  children played games audrun moes and  an abundant supply of ice oroam and  cako was supplied tho crowd.  - G-arr������WtlahfekL*������^f,PJ%hAt^l^  family went to Bonners Fjerry, Sunday  in Mr. Lowenberg's new automobile,  returning Monday. They say the roads  on the other side of the International  line are in much better condition than  the one between here and Port Hill.  Travelling at the rate ol 85' miles an  hour on the roads over there is ivli Icbb  than 6 miles on the Port Hill road.  MlLDiSlNILED  Vv'ai������ a. Crciit M is take i<e-  sulting in a Loss of  About $250,000  ' The road uotwuun Cruulon und Klloli*  ouer is reported to be In very b������d oon-  ilitiou by ruiutoi* of tiuvunul wubhuutw.  Tho w.irk of repairing it would not re-  qalvo it jijiMitt deal of time and tho new  cxpuiiHivc* Widgoi aorottii tho Goat River  oould ihen bo used. Tho Goat river  hrldgo botween KrloUson and Canyon  Uity ih hum to uu iu oau repair.  ���������Men's working shoes, $1.60 at Mir-  abellies  J A. Crompton is building an addition  to his house whioh is to be used for an  assembly room for [a choral society.  Mrs. Crompton also intends to .organize  achildronsolasainmuslo at the begin*  .U������   ~P  r.~U.s~l   _^._A1_^  ^A.AA^   \#A   IWUVUJ   V C������tlC4>l/A*.IAJ.  FOR IMMFDIATB SALE ��������� One  milch cow, 5 -rears old, two gallons a  day; Prloe*j45.    Apply Ohas. Moore.  ames I>sdds5 JohnBodds^So^^tlJodds  EV&    CTWl^wjan^ '.'A-awrfa    Msf&*9 -* fsa^ssj,!."'  ana,juaa������eywiaswn:    ��������� 'T~*f         "  Mrs. Often Eniertainhad s> tea party  at her home some day this week but  we were not invited and nothing was  said to us of it, so, of course, we eould  not print anything about it.  Mr. Good Fishstory caught 200 fine  trout in four hours up the Goat river  but perhaps as he didn't know that  was news, we did not hear from him.  Mr, and Mrs. H. N. Biroh and Mr.  aud Mrs. Robert Scott spent Sunday at  Kitchener.  ���������Buy your fishing tackle from our  big assortment of lines.   S. A. Speers.  You hod a picnic at the Canyon on  King George's birthday. We would  have been there too only we had to  stay in our dingy little office manufacturing news to take the place of what  yon might have given us.  ���������-JU4OUMI<*0   * *������*��������������� ������w ������i������*.*o.���������-xmu Al-.MUO  from town, 14 aores and; log house. For  particulars apply to, C, Moore, Creston.  <i, i.v:  li.  May Join-won, Tceaener.  3SICKSON   SCHOOL  Pupils in attendsnoe at Eiiokeen school  during May were ia order of merit; '  Entrance Gmde���������Wlll������e?I*ong, I������ewis  ���������*jp .0       ������ .  Third Grade���������Lome Botterill, 8teljU\  Stinson, Stella Mo^elvey, Ray MeSel>  vey, Paul Stinson.  Becond Grade���������Andrey Attridge, Woi-  ter Long. Charles Botterill, Hugh, Graham, Frank Botterill, Gerald Timmons  First Grade���������Almeda Attridge, William Graham, Gordon Cross.  The following pupils were perfeot in  attendance:��������� Jante ttong, Lewis Little*  juuu, x������������i>jr uxvaMivvy, -jrtinuu Jksiuu������uuat  Frank Botterill, Andrey Attridge, Al-  meda Attridge, Gordon Cross.  L. S. McGill, Teaoher.  R. B. D,l(*, or Cool- avenue Uod.iland,  has Iwon nwnrded the eontniot for dlH-  .n������,ttlll,<n> ������!>,���������. 1,1,/  r.i\nr*onti*ikl-.ni*   lif. Tridl.  bj* tlio Comh lliilnt.i'il ("ta.    Thorn ni'rt 500,  000 feot of luinWir In the Hlrnnturo,  be.  .1  .     ...... 1 1, .. 1 i  i,:,......       iifi.^  Mjr>nrinn������n������  irjn  rnw*s ������>  , Many of the pooplo who have not  lived loug iu thlri ijiuviuou iiiuut needs  havo thuii* utUiiiliuu culled to tho fact  tlmt tho role of Iho road in British Co-  ���������   .       \ '      ���������,,   1   ,   I . ,     ',,'*,        t   '"      !.-���������.--. ,"*      -.**  liiA4Al44,������   AA.   .U.Mfr^   aaJ   i.Hu    4\J.U     AA4^^v...A      v^.  tlio right Ah 111** ilrlveiM of rlK������ or  nutouiohiloH uio Hbiitod ou tho right uide  of tho cbiivoynucdti they aro in a hotter  1       .1   ,   . 1 .. . 1 . -   -������  A4W..A. .....    ���������������>>   ,.*   v        ......       1...^,.        ^,v      A...... w������  I       . . .      .  UUU UAIOA.UAJA   AAJI    |4MIUII,lA|t   I.14"   l>A>U   SUA.V.  ���������Boforo I had a llconeo Isold shoos  with a profit of 10 per oont now I mako  B per oont.   A, Mirabolli, Shoemaker.  - It Is reported that two boars interrupted the work on the Port Hill road  la������t Saturday,  ���������The best iu paiuts aud varnishes.  Banco Paint nnd Berry Bros,, Varnishes  for'salb at Speers.  ���������Llnoloumo mado ln Glangow 65a  a  sn.. yd..   O. C. S.  IMT. TO Tnnlcftr'is fntnlly of y������������������*>yford  WnHhlngton joined Mr. Tnoker who is  employed   at tho    Orenton Meronhtilo  ���������    . v -.      #     .... ... ��������� ��������� ^ . .   ���������  * MMUM* WJlHIC UOU1W.  Good people of Oreston, do you know  that 4 papers go pat of town to every one  that stays in?.; A great big bundle of  Reviows goes to Great Brltlau ovory  week.   Now what do you'suppose the  *t ���������  pcoploin tho Old Country or in Sho  eastern provinces take the paper for?  Beeanso it is jnst llko rcoolv ing a letter  from home or a friend whon your name  appears' In Its .columns. Now we wanted  to print about those Uttlo affdlrs of  yours but we are not superneitnrnl 01  mental tolepathers, it your modesty (r)  prevented it reoohiog our ears please  overcome it or do not complain when,  we print that an old smelter at T*" *������U Is  torn down and that there Is furniture at  .n,,.....f..-.,...i, ���������*.������.. ....1.-. tw,\> ,w������* ���������**>���������*��������� #**f* ���������!���������������**���������  and it helps fill np the spaoe your name  might oooupy.) Tho Review bao a  telephone 5 Creston has a post offios, and  ynn hsvn m ���������mull VSrtV .    PllMUMI   Ult*  SU1V  *      -���������������,  u���������      M      ...^,,UA,.u������..^M,^Slt|S1,M������-������,      ������HW-I4t>t,      -M*SW  ,   "CASEY JONES"���������Oliver ^bodie's  ** Z .-.'-��������� . .,��������� ������������������     ::   "���������'-,'��������� ���������-'���������;'. .:'-.-, ���������������������������  latest comedy suocees which will be     ���������  " -.,������������������������������������ ������������������  '  M,' "   ���������   -  '      ' '  ''������������������  seen under tho management of Norton    ?  ���������Sc Andrew at tho Opeija-HousOfc; Mo������- '?'?'*  ������3ay, Juno 10, is a couujdy pt^^x^Xti^  typos and Is dlsUnguisried by, an a-   Y  bundaneo of wholosomo humor, eneivy,?;.  ���������gotio aetion,   breevey  rep^wtee 4 and?  ?  eympnthetlo touches of human emotion,   lnterspercod    with    nnmerous  Hinging aiid dancing mimbera.  OLLIB MACK of Murry and Mack  fame, will bo sien tn the role ot the  jovial typical Oolt, "C>S������Y i6NB������r������  who iluds the romance of his life at  Kobio O iiiicu'a VillX.  Pear! Goldlngf* formerly of ^gfeld'a  "FOLLIK9 OF 1010" Is woll <i^M|ad  to impart those quaint fcouohes of ������6-.  mance and realism so pertinent *<��������� *b#  part of Roslo O'Brien.  Marcla Harris, who was Identified  0 41      .     - ..>,,--4.-*.,.-,������,tU*4iv ���������>��������� m am n* ���������*������.<*������ ���������*������        <0Wm ���������*������. ��������������� sMavMi  *M*'       SviaA-VtU     nuwMK**iif������>v     mmwmi������# ���������������������������������������*������<     mnww*mm*"*<  notable tbe rolo of Miss M������rriileld the  ispiiiMlor, who wb*ju ui-k^ If 4 Itog  stocking would bold ber moet deet-Nid;   ;  v������������*i>  -4iH������   ������H>nHM*l. '���������Nn:  bill", m. mmir  .<.$  ������M.    ������4A,%,������1/*I  mmmtmmim  |gMjg|gj|������jMlj-MWMjjj^^[������^^  . ,:^,|J ',...,. tf. aA''^  i������^iii������*i!Wiii������������i|^^ * a******** tniW&Vmmmwmm  *1      ".      I "���������������"       /k  f        W  ��������� *'ivwwm*Mmi������mi**w*  ("���������rr **������- iu ���������-���������* w tf^s-A,  ���������*. ^      *  Y , ^yvv^rY  -a  v-- *  v.*-^'u;" *~ / *t������- *c������<t ������ ii-v������-i  TTTT?  x-'j.v.iCjk-' ju -w������ J-t  ���������R-srvrcw  4kV4L4    ������   A.Jt_4   IT|  CBESTON,    B. C.  ���������^������������������'slpaid.      In point of tact, he had  not  1 mentioned the matter at all.  r,i    But Messrs. Absalom's manager had  been emphatic  enough.      There  was  something  id  his   manner  which   Sir  ,GvOiso   did   r.c-t   like.       He   actually  , had   no   respect   for   the   aristocracy  and spoke as If money were the only  thing in the world that mattered.  "It c;osbi(as to this, Sir George." he  he 8aid, "We mubt ask you to make  i arrangements to clear this oft in a  .week. It is business purely and my  [people want the oioney. Thingr  iare not going well at present, 'and we  Inmst look to you to nettle this claim.  j "Within a week?" Sir George cried  "Impossible."  The  riI.rcv,-J  ssasager  t^rygged  hli  shoulders- ,  "I am  sorry to hear you say that,  Sir   George.'   he   replied.       "In   that  [case,  we must take matters into our  own- hands and sell you up, including  , .  , ^ ., ,,    -,     c,       We   sha.il  began tc ihu.k tint troi.ble was it-ally iverv much regret this step, but i.c-  before him He had not the least 1 ceSsity will compel us. The best  pretence  to be  j. busnics:.*.  man.    He  tmng vou can  do is, to consult  joitr  FRED- M.  WHITE  LONDON    '  WARD. LOCK & CO., LIMITED  wtfff^FVtsnKfwnrfif^  mmWOBaaaBmnVBakmrnltm  Frost &; Wood Binder  casilv handled and light in draft, yet capable of standing   the  hardest work. A PERFECT BIDDER, and  THE ^a.RVF^TER'S BEST FRIENES  J l  ".Continue*!.)  CHAPTEJt   XXVIII  ' Honor  Btsyhtv  As time ������asacd Sir ,-Jo* rge Hcrc'lilo iy0in? "hocsesln Training,  had always tietu pi ono t������ take people  at their own valuation. He would  never huvt dene an>thing dishonest  or underhanded and h������* paid his fel  low-men n similar compliment . lit-  had never-, counted the cost of any-  - thing, for ti*e simple lea&ou that he  had never been taught.'to* If he  v-'anted a thing he got; it. If he  couldn't pay for anything he simply  owed for it. And fi-oni time to time  his creditors grew pressing. Theix  he give his lawyers?: instructions to  ?ru-ise anotner m^tssge,-and ������������������ there, so  far as he was concerned* was an end  of the whole; transaction.  It does hot take long, especially  with two or three generations of siroi-  Jar incapacity, seriously to embarrass  efcen so. as Sue an estate * as"  Haredale Park. The day came  at length when Sir George  was-   under   the   painful   necessity   of  solicitors and see if you .can raisi- a  lean elsewnere. Otheiwise���������wt.ll, I  wink I havo made myselt plain."  The man    withdrew,    leaving    .Mr  George to his own disturbed though' *���������  With his    sanguine   disposition    and  lack   of   business   knowledge  he   still  clung to the idea that Copley would  Vs: Bedtime  J  o> ���������*-��������������� ������%������. i  Nannie Looked at  tha Cup.  W J m   -*<=������   rf-*&E������    ������?  \v,  Wh<  i Chipped  f^o; Nanny's  New Teacup  T was an early bedtime, and .lack and Evelyn said tuey thought on tua%  account daddy ought to tell them a longer story.  S Be smiled, for well he knew that by tno time hla usnnl story was over  white lids would be drooping over heavy -eyes nud tired heads would be  gently nodding.   So ne "began: . **���������  "Nannie was a very careful little girl, nnd when her grandma gave her  sis little cup*-* and saucers she was very pleased. Nauule usked in her els  dearest friends, and they had an afternoon tea party.  -When tbey went borne they tnauked -Njiunio for the pleasant afternoon  they bad enjoyed and tripped down the street lookiug very happy.  'Then Nannie carefully carried the dishes* out to the kitchen, where mother  he able to put this matter r:>r i. But! allowed.'her to have a pan of nice so^py Avoter. and into this she pot the cups  when Copley did not come nt-'*-.-   and-!' and saucers one by oue and washed ahddried ttiem.  They have a true  safety  base  head,   with   silent    tip.     Wil*  never  explode  if  Stepped   ������n.  , Eddy'B  Matches  have  satisfied Can*  sdiang since 1361���������accept no others.  The E. 8. Egg^y Company, HuBI, Oanada  -facing   the  inevitable, when   his  wor  told    w~    ���������>  f->w  wrote 'that -business called Vm else-1  where Sir George's vague.'.alarm be-j  g&ii to?''develop, into a perfei-f 't������!?:.ht-1  mare- At the exi������ivat������Gn oi a. week !  the first blow fell. A ...lan shabbily i  dressed and dingy of asp������Y called to [  see Sir George and would take no r.e-.j  fusal. He stood In the hall grimly j  QUietY -ft'al'.tiug to see the master- ol' ���������  the houss, who appeared ' p'roe'entiy \  and demanded in his haughtiest man-1  ner what the intruder wanted. '" \  I am h^re on behalf.-of. Absfilom & j  And when Nannie came to tlie cup Used by-Kitty Fiyun. there, right ouS  of the eim of the cup. a tiny chip wks snissitig.  "Nannie held-it-.'-np and looked at it hani, A broken run���������what a shame!  She had told ths little gifls to be ������$���������?���������- v^vy careful becanse the sung with  their pretty pink flowers luid been a gift from dear grandma.  "Nannie sat down and cried? Never again would she speak to Kitt.v. , It  wan bad enough to break the cur^?but to go homo without saying anything  sbout It seemed the height ot ineuhness,    '  ���������������'Never mind, dear,' said toother,??*i1!erhaps we caa get another cup Just  Ukeit'    . ���������' ?!?   ��������� r.;;ti.[:y:tititititi'  "'"But It won't be just tbe some,' sobbed Nannie. 'Grandma told me to  take good cate-of/them. and what will she say when she sees tdemYbrokeu so  INSIST ON  GETTING " EDDY'S"  Washboardss   Wood  Pails  aiid  Tubs,  FTilVs,'  ������������������a  iff������  .fails  aiica  A uDS.  p.  riea wwytr tola    nun    a lew    -plain\Cn-'  the  intruder  saiu. s aet  io. -i...j BUOU-4   jt Was meuu o������-Sitiy not-tb'teiS,"*:  truths,  and  he  realized  that  his  in- i represent  the  she'iff       It U.no ������*.-.:  cosr.e w as barely sufficient to live up-tbl->ii..n������ n.e, Sir Gjotgo.      I au.-.ouiy \:^  ������������������^ .���������n������.^��������� n,ot ahe> w������������ uorrv  on.      LTnfortunatelj, at tins crisis, an  aoing my duty, and it's not io pleas i w^fx' *"*^-��������� v��������� ~���������  -^^   .-  jcsssiouiarrun'-o? luck on'the turf had [ant, at that.      But I am here in pos-)  ^4Lg  "T7L4L^j&> sO^rT^  Ct>-tn~&  Yes* if Kitty ituew sue ufok-* lt?lt tsould havo been mare polite of hes  Wor*dei^ul   H������sadgear  A well-known  Psria oainter Rave a  Nannie wept and would not be comforted. ' ������lecture a few days ago on the manner  r'eii^^^e~pre*^u"i-e7 and it occurred ! siSrion. and here I am bound by lawj "'*lr we must tell grandma suppose we have it over since it worries you as   K    which vmen covered their heads  to Sir George as a brilliant idea that Itc stev'until**this money-is" paid?     As j much.   I'll just-call ber op oo the. telephone and tell her. with all kinds of fantastic ornaments  '      * So mother called up grandma's bomber aud told her about the accident   in the evening.  to the cops and how very sorry Nannie was.  ������������������'The dear child I' grandma "^piied. Y^xou know I forgot to ts'.J her ens  .  heard   c*.f   these j of tb& caps wa& Chippe4i when I got It-    For that reason the storekeeper- sold  was literally at 'things before, but they hadl-;-'always ������.p |  lt tp m0 a gooa <jeal cheaper?  It wis such a. pretty set 1 tbongbt Nannie would  what to-do.        jpeared to ^ remote enouglvii*om -torn ]    o������ unless you bave very sharp eyes indeed it cannot be uotK-ed.'  "There,' exclaimed Nannie, 'I'm so glad Kitty didn't break the cup.   I'm  here was  a source of permanent in- j soon as that is .done I shali he. ou!>  come-       Then   Inek   rsu   steadily   a- ]*oo pleased to *sp -iway." '  gainst   him,"as   it   always   does,   ana]    sir Georg������* begari to u-adei*stai*d: tlit* |  when Sir George became on intimat������? j position.       Ks   had  terms with Copley he  his wit's.end to know  It was a misfortune, though a dis-i'Vhis was what was called an exe-;  gulsed.one, that Copley in his hea<!- ;Cutloa, B~d ������-ir George's dignity dis-f  strong  way should fall  in love with (appeared accordingly- i  ?May Haredale. He had gone about! -This is verv awkward.*" he said  his love-making in eharacteristici������������������������| nad not ajaticipatea anything lik<���������  fashion and'had recognized that his [this. ' How; long 'will-'you have ...to.  suit was hOpeleas, unless he were inlstay here?"  a position to force the pace.    Hence 1    "WelL  it varies  according to    cir  he   had  helped   Sir George  when  he j cumstaiices,"  the  man  explained. ^lt  needed every pigsny he had for him-iaii   depends  iipon  what    actit-n.    the  self.      At   that time. Copley  did not plaintiff's take      If they give you an  extension of time I may be here for  He said that It was  TAOirVJT,    X.     WAAAAA^C^i     mvA.  eee his way to get it all back and a  fgreat deal more. - But-now, 'at .any  Tate, he would have the consolation  ���������of knowing that here \Vas_a good thing  ior bim, whetiier May Haredale became his wife or not. ���������  ;..' He was playing the game now with  wonted caution and cunning. Jn response to Sir George's note, he plead-  ������<1 some excuse and on one pretext or  ���������other kept clear of Haredale Park for  the best part of a week. He knew  how to play his flsh. He knew that  delay was in his favor. He was not  going to spftil it by undue haste.  Sir George was'thoroughly frightened by now. The interview with  Messrs. Absalom's manager came in  the light of a revelation to %him. He  realized that he was in /Copley's  power, and. that the latter could ruin  lilm whenever he chose. Not that  "faji expected anything of the kind. He  ���������was of far too sanguine a nature for  that, and being a .gentleman and a  man of honor he naturally believed  the story that Copley was temporarily  luird put to lt for the want of money.  From that point of view, of course,  .-Copley, was behaving very well. He  had not pressed Sir George nor had  ho  Insisted that, the money must  be  SAVED FROM  AN OPERATION  How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, HI.,  Escaped The Surgeon's Knife.  a month.     -Sometimes"! have,been--in  a house much longer."  "A month." Sir George exclaimed,  "impossible."--. v _  "It may be less than that." the man  said. HK they don't give you any time  at all I shall be goneMn s week. In  the ordinary course of things, at the  expiration of seven days, the sheriff  will eonre in and sell evei ytttiug.  That is the usual course."  "Seven days!" Sir George repeatel  the words over and over again, as if  he were trying to grasp their meaning. He had barely a week to find  all this money, and. if it were not  forthcoming, everything he had would  be disposed of. He .would have to  face the world without a penny.  He wondered if these people would  take his horBes. He wondered what  would be the upshot so far as me  Derby was concerned. But misfortunes never came singly, and it was  possible that the Blenheim colt might  not start for the historic race at all.  For the moment everything lay in  the hands ot Raymond Copley- Probably he had not tho slightest idea  that Absalom & Co. had gone to these  lengths. No doubt he would be able  to find a way out of this disgraceiui  situation.      It was the only chance.  "If you wouldn't mind going away,"  Sir George said, "aud < coming back  later in the day, I will see what 1  can  do."  The man smiled broadly.  x  "BIprh you! I couldnt do that," he  I said. "It 'would bo as much as my  1 place Is worth. I might even get  'prosecuted. And I've a wife and fam-  jlly to think of. I dare not stir a  I step from here, Sir George; indeed I  dare not. If people treat me well I  'always try to givo as little trouble     jis- nossible.     1 daresay you can think  ir������   -.    t���������     ait     - t x   i a. of "sonite   excuse   to   account   for   my  Peoria, 111.-" 1 wish to let every one, pvfi9once  ������������������  the  house."  knowwhatLydiaE.Pinkham'oVeBetable!    n  was very humiliating, but thore  Compound has dono . was  nothing, tor   it. but  a  mild   cou-  forme. Fortwoyeara Ispiracy between the master ot Hare*  1 suffered.   The doc-  tUll0 un<l this grubby representative ol*  torBnidIhsdntumor Ithe majesty of the law.      Sir George  and tlio only remedy  led   tho wny into the ���������P5���������"?'"  WWM the flurireon's I     "You had bettor slay hero,    he said.  M was tne surgeons ; .      vou've  come  down  from  ' SSht JS7I 55?P'll'omion cm some unpleasant busings  bought me Lydia K - (.onnti(:tion with tho stable. By  Pinkham a Vegeta- |Uin Wtty -r ������������������ j���������Ht, ftH woll us I.should  ble Compound, ������ndjUnow 'your mime. Oh, Drown, H  today J nmawi'll'ind ��������� ���������,_ p \\\A], Hrown,, you had bettor  healthy woman. Forimnv hero until I come hade und i(  months 1 sulforcd !miii  nmuiHe for  you    to    tuko    youv >  1  HlippOHO you  The Only Way  And where, my fellow citizens, appealed the political speaker, can we  find an instrument so fit, so delicate,  so adjustable and at the same time  ss unassuming and . popuhw that it  wUI unlock every department of State  for the benefit of the people?  The hairpin! shrieked an enthusiastic " suffragist in the audience.  Caroline has requested that as a  special birthday favOr, she be. allowed  to have Vcoffee for breakfast- H^r  mother; not at all pleased with the  idea, was diluting it generously.: -.  Caroline peered over into her cup,  and then exclaimed in great Ydisap:  pointment:  Goodness! don't I get ;ahy of the  brown? ���������    . ��������� -Y ,-:.   --:':;!:y.-;'-.j. .  RINGING THROUGH  OUEBE^PROVINCE  ANOTH ER     M ARVELLGU5      jC"-JRE..  BY  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS        ?  Where Figures F^il  Suppose coal is $G a ton and you  gave your dealer $30, now many tpns  would he send you?  Three. ���������'���������..'���������  Oh, that's wrong.  I know it's wrong, 'hut that's what  he done.���������Life.  How  long   did   it  take   you  Rome?  About twice    as   long   as it  Rome to do us.���������Life.  to' do  took  TRADE MARK REG.  ShealMng Felt  contains no oil of tar. It Is clean,  3   odorless, waterproof, germ and  ra   vermin   proof  and   practically  Indestructible.    Makes houses  draft-proof, easy to heat, and  comfortable   In  any   weather.  Ask your dealer to show you  a sample, or write for sample  and Booklet to the 02  1  Sole Canadian Manufacturara  THE STANDABB PAINT CO.  ol Canndil, Limited,    ,  Reittreal, Wlm-ilpi*9, Calgary, Vancouver.  Ludger Cote's Backache had. developed into Bright's plsease,?and Paint.  and aches' were- his portion���������^-Dodd's  Kidney Pills cured him.  St.Yvoh, Gaspe Co., Que. (Special)���������  Once more a wonderful cure has sent  the name of the old Canadian Kidney  Remedy ringing through the ir-rovincj  of Quebec.. :*��������� Mr. Ludger Cote, a well  known "resident of this place, is the  man cured and the story of his cure in  his own words is as follows:  "For four year's I suffered from  Backache, stiffness of the joints and  finally Bright's Disease. I could .not  bend my right leg on account of the  pain in my hip and knee; I. had ter*  rible pains in the region of the bladder.  My eyes were swollen. I was always-  tired and nervous and took no pleasure in life.  "Finally, I decided to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills a.nd the effect was marvellous. Six boxes cured me completely." '  Backache, neglected, develops into  Blight's Disease. : The one sure way  to escape its tortures is to cure the  Backache when it first starts with  Dodd's Kidney Pills.     .  In some districts or the Interior of  China It is said that one-third of tho  population has died- of starvation ;n  the dreadful i'nmine consequent on the  destruction of crops by Hoods, All  the nid thus far rendered has availed  to save only a fraction of tho-numbers  oi* human llvos in peril. The people  of Canada should not rest ccutont till  their''consciences assure them that  they havo done their whole duty in  the matter. Distance nnd different'*-'  of race should not quiet tho call of  Immunity.���������llnmllton Spectator.  a pity when hair had so much express-  inn m wave and color to conceal so  much beauty beneath so-called fasn-  ir.nable accessories.  All ' the time this gentleman was  expressing his views on this subject  the audience was tauch amused at thfc  presence of a beautiful actress famous  for her exaggerated head dress.  On this occasion ,she wore a cap  of gold arid white brocade with a hig.i  mass of white aigrettes extending  around the front from ear to ��������� ear.  FrOni the centre of her forehead steed  a'-'black aigrette almost two feet high  held by an enormous cabochon in cut  jet. Whether this lady will henceforth follow the conferencier's suggestion remains to be seen. But it is  said that we shall soon be wearing  ^ rose and little ,else in the hah.���������  From the .Gentlewoman.   f  W-i-in ������@yi* Eves ISsssi Ssrs  Try Murine Eye RemeSy. No BmaLCtlniT���������FeeUr  jrine���������Acts QuicHly. Try aw for Rea, vveg,ic.  Watery Byes and Granulated Eyelids. IUae*  tarated Book ln each Package. Unrlne Ia������  compoutiaea by our Oculist*���������Hot ������ "PB.tsas Ms4- ���������  Sclisan��������� but aaefl In eucoesst-al Phyalciaug* ?���������������������������������������  140������ lor many years. Kow dedicated to tho JP������S������-  lip and told b7T>niMtl8ta at 86o and Ms per Bote!*.  Marina Bye Salve In Aseptic Tubfl6,.a5o utilt,  ^Esrlrsea   Eva  Qemsriu  Ca.     Chlnam-.  BEST AND HEALTH TS MOTHER AUD CHILD.  Mbs.Winsl.oWi> Soothing evsur lias beeik-  tiecd for over SIXTY VBARSby r-^ll.X.10NS of  MOTHERS tor their CHILDREN .WHULXt  TKKTII1KG.: -with - PKRFECT 8UCCSSS. If  BOOTKE3 tne CHILD, -SOFT*Sr:S tM OUM";  ALLAYS nil PAIN; CURES W1SD.COUC, ������n*  is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. It is absolutely ltarmtesK. Be sure and ask-for "Mrs.  WiBfiloWa Soothiag Svrup," sad titc so ������tbesr  Itlnd.   *rv������nty-ave ceats a bottle.  Maypole Soap  DYES SO aspT  EASILY JfgtiHtiL,  With   Maypole  Soap   th������e  i*.no ^.(f^^  in   home   dyeintz.  ^4FrxzfSk������GS*i  Australia's Big Trees  None too soon, a popular movement  has been .-et on foot in Australia to  preserve the gigantic, striugy-oarks,  various species ol. Eucalyptus of tuat  country,-which--.far exceed in height  tne. famous "'big trees" of California,  and are the talleat trees 'n th-j. world.  These trees sometimes attain heights  ranging from 400 to out**?feet.-' Their  timber is exceedingly .? valuable,- and.  for this reason they nave been ruthlessly destroyed by lumbermen while  no proper steps have "been taken to  provide for their reproduction. *  When Jamie sat down for any  length of time his mother always  trembled.- It usually meant some question best defined as a "poser."  And on this occasion he hadn't  moved tor ten minutes. Then it came:  Mother, do.angels sleep?  Yes, dear, I suppose so.  Do they lie ilown. mother? How  can they with those 'ong wings?  I'm sure I doii't know, Jamie. I've  never thought about it.  Silenee ngalu and she hoped he had  forgotten, hut Jamie was thinking  deeply. I've got it, mother, he cried.  I'll bet they voopt.  Dyes cotton, wool. T^il  silk or mixtures. 24 ��������� ft ������  coloTs>willgiveuy       Jjl^  shade. Colors 10c. ���������  Black 15c���������at your  dialer's or postpaid  with booklet "How  to Dye" from  1  ���������T    fi      *H������-**aff'i*tft*fl������   a  f. L. DtntuiGi ot  108  GO. fSentrea!  iflnmmation, and your Sanative I meals In tho Ultohon.     1  elieved me.    I tun Rlad to tell > won't ohJr������et  tj*  lhat?'  what your meJlcinca have dune '    "'  H,1ft" ',    lf  tliu    *,c r  from Infln  Wash re  unyonu what your  for mc.    You can use my testimonial in  liny way you wiflh, and I will be glad  to annwor   l������ttors."~ Mrs.   CimiBTlNA  JitP.p.n, 105 Mound St, Peoria, 111.  Mrs. jLyTtch Also Avoided  Opcrntion.  vanls  Hrown i*.aitl.  (To bo Continued.;  don't'1  Minard's   Liniment,  the   Lumberman's  Friend.  T'Ri'il  ac.i:or,llng  to    (llroi'tlrmn,  1 . -n       ...a.     ,1.    u.l   1^   '1   I), Ki'Uokk'k- UVHoutiMy Cordial v.11',  * ieT^Z\I /ftCr '      blrIthl������Jttiy iff,, il re\'M in tho mosl. nont������ form ol  fourth child, I had severe organic Inflam- '"   'mor eomplulnt,    Whonovor tho in.  mation.  I would hav������ such tcrrihh> pains J;t(.,(   nlauir,.ntn ItMiiir no tlmo 'should  that it did noliiuem oa though I roidd ,MJ j0.,t jn unniiinu; the ntd of tho (*ord-  etand it   This kept up for tlir<?������ long j,,,-,     it.  will ������<t Immodhttoly ������>u tho  months, until two doctors decided that ,;ti,niti<di jmd intoHtlimH and allay iho  an oporaUon was needed? In nation und pnln.     A trial of It. will  "Ti^,iv;*.ccT:r.y?ri.������V'[i'" ������������������mr-ri'i~A <������.iis/Iikui anyone of tho truth of tliono  Lydia   E.  Plnkham't  VegeUblo Um* hkih;'l'.������r.:���������  Grocers are firm frlnndt of Windsor  Table Salt. They liko to sell It, because  it ia pure and clean and good.  A:.k any grocer for hl������, hi-nt <*nlt, ntid  ���������p.. i lie will Rive you WindHnr Salt every  time. Not becaime it cents 1110^.-^--  it does wot'-���������but because the grocers  lnmw that Windsor Table Salt plcancs  their customers, -y/  WOUtD NOT BE WITHOUT  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Once a mother has used ttnby's Own  Tablets i*,he would not bo without  thorn. Thoy aro tho only medicine  for little ouoa guaranteed by u Government aimlyHt to bo freo from thoi*o  ophites and other harmful drug*  found ln so-called "soothing" mixtures. .Concerning" thom^ Mrs, .1, C.  Wood, Underwood, Out., fiuys: "I hav-,  tiiioil iJtitiy'H Own Tiihlcls' for the l;n.it  four yours and would not bo without,  thorn, as I have found thmn hc.uelleiiil  ovorv time I have given them to my  llitlw oneH."' 'I'he TnhlcUi arc sold  by in.cdlr.lno dealers or by nuill at; 2.i  cents ,1 box from Tho Dr. Will lamp'  Medicine Co., Hrockvllle, Ont. ������  !��������� French CuHtonnH Hoiiho .stutlstlcti lr.-  , (ik-ato "'ul HrR'nli o.MXyrl;- to I'r.uci-  ' liicreii.Hi-il hy lt.0,728.<>i><'i fviincH in tno  'tlireo vunvs following the l^ruiico-lirlt-  'IhIi Ifixhlbltlon.  Delle, after a rain, begged to go outside to play.  You may go, Bald her mother, if you  will cilay on the walk and not make  mud piss.  It was not long before Delia was  loaning suspiciously far over the walk.  1 thought yuii promised not to male?  mud pies, mother called,  I'm not mamma, replied Delia, I'm  milking doughnuts.  j 30T5e^Trial.������YewGudtrorvtee  Shipped complete, t*u)y to nin, ��������� womrjt vi boycanopasla ���������  . H.   Flguia dm* ipent pumpins wsttr, sswlnc wood, ajtUn*  '  tod, turning aim Mp������*mlor, dxinung in- wadilns, mv  1  lhUvfcyouwUlbfl������ujprl������������diW������oontht������ e^M^pii**  Iw(*mI|.   All4iiiMviptolOKP.alptoi>oili<miU������|icioM.  WiltatodsylorCuslog.itisfnm v        "    **.  From taic-fcoM** *to Farxrv\  CS.JODSON CO. 1  WINNIPEG.MAN    .}  WRITE FOIT  PROOF  SftMSERPAMOaTUI������0R  ftatuuUAn Branohi Puriltoo Oo., Brldartura, tat  A Permanent Possession  You can't oat your cake and have'  It, too, said Dobbs.  Oh, can't you? jetortcd Hicks. It's-  vory evident you never ate any of my  Wife's enke.���������Harper's Weekly.  Evidently Not  ."Does your son roallzo the responsl-  bilitiou ov grout wealth'.���������''  "I fear not/' sighed tho omlnent  nngnmo. % "Ho can't soom to loarn  au'M.ion' hrldi;o, and ho I'howp no ������lgn'  of wanting to marry a chorus girl.''  AI loo had .lust returned from her  ��������� first visit, to tho farm,  Well, did ybu havo a good time.'.'  asked mother.  Not vory gobd, aald Allco. I got  buttered hy a ram.  In Line ,  What makes you think tho baby ingoing to bo n groat pollticlr.11? asked  the young mother unxioiiBly.  I'll toll you, answered the. young  father, eonlldnntly: ho can ewiy. moro  things that sound woll aud mean nothing at nil than any kid-1 over buw.  ���������Cleveland Plain Doalor.  The One Outside ���������  Thoro's only ono way to avoid b**������  ln^ put Into au Amuiluo uiub.  Ami what Is that?  Orgahlzo tho club yourself and Uoop  ovorybody. ��������� else biiby oscoplng it,���������*  WnHhlngton PoBt.  twuml itaJ aftor taking1 H for two monthn  I was a well women."���������Wm. JuhfcHi A.  I.VNrir, Ji'itHiip, Pa.  Women who suffer frc-n fftmsle ills  ���������houlu try i.yuiu. tu. i in������.i.A..,i'������ V.^., ������.  ������ ������    *������ ... 0 ������*u.������ ~.������-������ ���������������r..>,.������������.  ful rrm**dl**s th* world has <rv������*r known,  1u>fnr������ ���������ubmittlns to ������ surgical ojKTa-  ti'.Ul.  ThousnudH of mothers can testify to;  tho virtue of Mother Ornvos" Worm!  Kxtermluator. hrs'-auRn thny know  from i������p'orlnneo how usofiii lt In.  ���������SSWIs-IW-SriiSWMsMsi  Hh-���������-It   lAiiyn   Ik'I'o   tlmt.   a   iwtn   In  K11 nhuh I1111* it i-hlokon Hint, (-im <I-Mii'.������>  and  .vi**.'  10  Hitinr. He Why,     ihr  Htuure Ih* (M-owdi'd with thrin,    Clncln  uati   ijininiiii.  ���������'I "I'M ������i ,1 ,.i.,i^ii,iii������������ii.,.,l.l *������i ������"������,p!|i,"., B������������������  10 iHAHi.i'Kmy 1,1 >y>itr.    I-Usyin fruo.    Srho-il  W. IM. U. 001  Way to Win  1trofi**<������ti    Whnt'H   tho   h������*Ht   way   to  m������k*" hiM- to n girl?        * 1;  I IHWKIIII       'I III*     Will Ut      Wliy        lllIHA),,,,.,  j'llitni hIisj'M thliilt you iii'*iiii It.���������l'ui-.K..  -inwidissirf^ri^i^^*^  ���������o'iM-'--w' "-'���������  ������������U,J.kiuJL  y^^aSLm^l^mllu  Lord and Him  '��������� Vou lu.int try'to bo '.Le: .(Jo;!, sor,  'Mc?'  H������i.hl  tlu* kindly in in Inter to tho  ���������inlod-liinUiui* oiiihi who oiit.iriMinoii  1111 In the* parlor whllo his iu./iiu*v,  imtalni, -'Vati propiirlug for conipnuy.  "1   guess I  intuit   ho," tlie  hoy uiih*  V, IM'Oll,    WnilMlUK    I'l,*"    IMOUM.      IUI     "MM  illlll    UU,    *.'-. ������������������'��������� '  llllng    t-llltf-    hUpPOIIH    III    tlllK    llOtlMO.    if  I'm a big thlnw thoy mty tin- Lord did  ;.  mid'If any  little (lilnj- gnoii wi'oiw-'  Mow The Body Kills Germs.  Gefins thnt slot into the body are killed In two ways���������by the white corpuscles  ol the blood, und by u ������rr������i-bil!lni' suhtanee that In In the blood, hint vrh-st thin  NiihMtunoe iu, we do not know. The blood o! tt healthy person always haa soma  ���������.erm-Uilliii-* substance in it to ward oh the attack of ui������c������.u. Ths fcur.tsln hf>������il  of lile ia the stomaoh, A man who has ������ weak.and impaired dtorasoh and who  dues not properly dis*c������t his (ood will noon find that lilt blood haa become we������lc  und i,U|iovei-Uhed| and that his whole body ie improperly and Insufficiently nourished.    To put the budv in healthy condition, to feed the system on rich, red blood  mid throw out tho rtoitonii from the body, nothing ir* the pant forty years has  excelled  Dr. I'ieroe'a (Jolden Medio*! Disco vory, s-   pure  A���������SITU., ���������  [���������Br r|  '%  ]p'  4, il, U*���������au. ICm^.  glyceric extract (without aleohol), of hloodroot, -{olden  aeal and Oregoii drape root, Mtone root, mandrake and  oudcfi'k root with black chcrrybark.  "My liiiBUniiu whh a huiu'W trom Htomach troubio und  Impura blond." writes Mi������h. .Iamkn H, Mahtin, of Frank'  fort, Ky.   " Un had a, rtom ou hU (%oa that would form a  Hi-at> which would dry und dro'i uti' iu about u iiiouth, theu  " *' ' '    ' "' continued this way  that uuy onn would  led l)r. Pierce'*  Uoldnn M**dlcttl Inmiuvei-y wiiluli i-ouiiMim-iy cu-ou nun.    in*  '.������  ..'....'el ";"���������*.-* r.'V" **r **������������������''��������� wi***** m*m1 T i-������f>i,miT������4.nii t.hia  vahnilil-* modlf-ln* fur tiupnrlHiM* of the blood."  Dr,   I'10ice'n  Pleatant  P������tl������t������  reslulata and invS|(orat*  ���������jSoimji'Ii, IivaT ������nd Iv iveiU,     Sui!������r-i'.i>*.led, tiny **r������mule������.  I,,   .   ^f*i          f ni,.ij,., wuii^ii vvAjniM  w,,   naiAA  aak���������|, vai   hi  aaiajii  tiM'v***SSr*,i/ imotlmr would Immmllately form.    It cont  aL        Jim. toi" ������ 'on? tlmo.   He trl������*d *w������ry rWniwly tha  ?**t'*''**r ^***" ��������� ���������nn'-������f������tYT\iit, fnimil  no'mlUf.    IT* then tr  -'���������,.,.u,,iwiinn,.iiiMi!,imm  ���������MM  '"1 1 n"i 1 ��������� T-r"-iWims������TiiWimrfiiiiii>i)-,i<������4W������i������i|lW| j 1,  ww^imAi  ^'!'.''^i-y'^'>'l'-''w-V""AMi;,jUllln"rM4WWIIi,)BB|ll������afW*i  W^lW!IW-������^fl^^������!������*."������H^*lp.,*BS,������W^^  IP���������  SIlgi&'JBBJgg  ^MSfflawrS2K3S������lft 1  r^^ww^wn,^y^-^���������,M.��������� V-Vi  rWr*  '"       T ������������������-"��������� .      "--'r *���������* -���������*���������        J������ >*^3'l^^^S?ejrSWBn9s^  . .*������ aaV-io *.,������������:  ���������a kw-j������-��������������� -  i x.-a iLrui i  THE CBESTON REVIEW, CRESTON,  */ tT!r*������i'w-^E?^  f     U^fMj,m*W-3tam\m\  V     (. i- ���������il^l*'*/*  Pen/Pictures,  Tt 'Ir. probable that no institution m  the. Dominion of Canada" cohits ii-lv  touch with so'large" a number of pei  'sons who. have made improvident in  "{vestments    as    does    the    Annuities  ���������Branch of the Post Office Department  Is   understood   that  hardly   a   r*s*y  passes that   several    communications  are not 'received in which the writers  bewail the loss of money invested in  some*! scheme that promised phenomenal dividends or returns.     One of tlio  saddest of  these  cases  is   that  of a  ago en-  h  Are you  one   of those' to whom  meal   is   another   source   of  .suffering ?  Na.������Dru������C���������!������ l5yapepsi&TaliIets  ���������will help your disordered stomach to  ^digest any reasonable meals, and will  ���������soon restore it to such perfect con-  'dition that you'll never feel that you  have a stomach.     Take one after  ���������each meal.     50c.  a Box at your  Druggist's.     Made by the National  Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,  Limited. , is0  Polite Assurance  Mr.   Conductor,   do  you   think   this  tunnel Is perfectly safe for our trav*-  --el?  Don't be afraid, mum, our company  ���������got you into this hole and we're bpund  to seo you through.���������Baltimore American.  [���������ft-***     %*r>** *t������o     o O'  Small Brother���������Mr. Sammy, are you  aavfootball player?      .   '  Sister's Beau���������No, Tommy.  Small  Brother���������Then why did  Sis  ���������tell  me you w'ere't so    much    of    a.,  ���������catch?���������Baltimore American.  t  His S������-*akeshlp'  The serpent inadsJths reputation ox  Adam and Eve.  Right you are; the snake was tne  ifirst nubliclty aj-ei t.  quired as to the cofet of an Annuity of  $600. The information was promptly  given to her, but the opportunity to  purchase was not embraced. She believed she could Invest her money to  better advantage, and that by the time  she ni'tained her KKth hlrt-hdny she  would not only have enough to pay for  tho Annuity outright, but a little for-  I'lut*. 06sjuwa. j-uits vytseiv. autv.iej. letter has been received from the same  tady, who by the way. is now over fiit*  years of age, which furnishes the se-  qup] to the story. She says-: "I have  spent my savings on worthless stocks,  believing, firmly believing, that I  would soon be rich. I wo<.,'d not listen to advice, convinced that I knew  best, I wonder at my foolishness  now, to waste my all in schemes i  knew nothing about. For some time  I had a large salary and "gave to certain companies every month. Now  that t'jey have turned out worthless,  I see bow crazy anil wrong I was. I  am 'sorry, it ever anyone was sorry,  for what I have done, but nothing will  bring hack what I have wasted." Her  case is" a pathetic one, and her experience has been costly, but it is the  common experience of many /who have  tried Get-Rich-Quick schemes.*  In the same month of the same year  (1902) another lady enquired as to  the cost of a Government Annuity.  She, too, had saved a nice little sum  for the 'Rainy Day" as the result of  her own labors. She began payments with a view to purchasing the  sums amount uf > Annuity  t?> begin at  ate.    (Tea  Women of Persia  During the laSt~fi\e years, th/? women of Persia have befcome almost at  ft bound the most' progressive, not to  3i,y radical, in tho world. ���������The tact  makes one gape "with astonishment,  and upsets the previous notions of  centuries. '  Without the powerful moral influence of the Persian won-en���������thoso  so-called chattels of the oriental lore.-*  of creation���������the short-lived," but n.ar-  velously conducted revolutionary  movement in Fursia. whfch t-as recently been smothered'by Russia and Ens  land would have paled early into a  mere disorganized pidtest. Il was  they, from their cloistered lives, who,  with the patriot!.-! sunnort of tho Isth  mus prieists, lomented the national  movement of the forms of government  ov������rl   ���������t?*-****   "*li#������   i *innlon'iji*iii   rf-i*P  -kxri."-af AT*n   t*r>-  WsaljV     &VA        tUU       1 aI 1 Vr tv. * VU'<'ll>**i.      V/4B.        ���������"���������*   *ws-f--*-������   ���������      *- w  litical, commercial and ethical codes.  ���������   How to Become a Neufastherr-dc  Eat no breakfast. Indulge in but  one rnoal dali-*** s.t any rate, not moie  than two. Eat no meat. Eat freaK  cereals, vegetables, nuts' and fruit.  Mast leaf e-every morsef 2Gb times���������  2C7 times won't do. Take a cold batr.  every morning.  Be massaged dally. Read the  health magazines daily. Read all Unhooks on how io gain self-control aud  on psychotherapy. Concentrate the  mind upon tlie digestion an* upun all  articles ot diet. Lpou every possible  occasion discuss your imaginary ti'o *-  bJes with vour lriends and coerce your  wife into cate-.ing to every dietetic  whim that you can formulate. Buy a  lot of apparatus for indoor exercise  and roll a cannon bsl? around over  a selected portion of one's anatomy.  DIFFERENT  NOW  j<k  ..**������i  KB,  A    ~.nr-~.&r J-,--.--*   -i*F   r>;.i������4A������^pi,   Ti*>>iirK|pi2  ���������������Many testimoniajs could bo presented showing the great elhcaci of vPr.  -^ hem?1 b* Iii!*"*���������*-*' rie '"M* ^-" cur^n^?* diB-  ���������or^erri of the respiratory processes,  but the be&t testimonial is experience  and the Oil is recommended to all  -who suffer from -these disorders with  ���������the certainty that they will Und relief. It will allay Inflammation in  the bronchial tubes as no othe* preparation  can. -     f  ONE TIRED WOMAN AND ONE LITTLE OVEN  , 4������������^^���������.   ,i,������      ,.���������^^mmmmxmm~m*naw~���������~���������^w^       ��������� . ������������������   11   ,       , in.,, ���������  , . 4 r  You have probably been there yourself���������perhaps are right now*.  Bright -women all over Canada are getting away from this. They welcome MOONEY'S B J SOU ITS as a most acceptable njbstitutd for  their own bread and biscuits.  SVIOONEY'S PERFECTION  * ������������������ r ii  -r������  the same  age   (55).      In   the course  OZ    llU'iB    Sue    QcCuIIxe    au.iiv,i.cu    vtal-aa    a,  HiaiSu-f,  Wiiii-u, thougii not iatai, inca-  Sister Knew it  Modest Suitor���������I am going to marry  ���������your sister, "Wiiiie, but 1 am not ^oo.i lij'  enough for her.  pacitated her from earning a livelihood. Under the terms of the Act  she was entitled to have her contract  converted into an Immediate Annul t;  contract. She had this done," and is  now receiving,, and will receive as long  as she lives, an annuity of over $-���������,.  It is doubtful if there is a more satisfied woman in all Canada.  The    Annuities    System    does   not  promise to give  something for noth  ���������****'������*     ���������������* ������������������n ^-l    -���������***���������    he-������*!iti'"<"    **���������**������?���������������    "t\*\    Y*o,/io,>**Ai  which are not patd for; but it does  promise to give a return, and with  the security of the Government of Canada behind it, greater than can be obtained from the investment of tne  same amounts in anyi other- manner.  "Wnrlil'a   WAr-lr"   aove-,*'Tt   jo   tho   <3nv.  ?���������?*! *������������*���������^t:^T1S^^'ings"^k;^   I������-^aee "Company,  Bid says, but ma's be^u telling her  that she can't do any better.���������Brooklyn Life.  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  Poor Old Doc  Blinks���������What do you think of Dr.  Cook? He says that he's going to  live to be 150 years old.  Jinks���������That's nothing. I know some  jokes that .ire '200 years old.  Warts-are disfigurements that disappear when treated with Hollo-  way's Corn Cure.  and the Government Bond rolled into  one in a shape adapted to the smallest  of depositors." Your Postmaster will  furnish yon literature descriptive ->������  this marvellous system of investment,  or you may obtain the information desired by writing to the Superintendent of Annuities-, Ottawa, to whom  your letter will go free of postage.  Herodotus Sustained  The inexperienced candidate had  had a b'vd time. He had been severely hecklea and his temper was at.  breaking point.  "Gentlemen, he said presently, in exasperation* ���������'Herodotus tells us���������"  "Which side is he on?" came a  voice trom the crowd.  But the candidate was 'deteftnined  to have his say.  "Herodotus tells us," he went on  tirrrly, "bf a whole army that was  put to flight by the braying of a single  ass."  Then the cr.owd applauded, and tbe  young man thought at least ho han  scored- But his triumph- was slio. t  lived, for again came a voice from tlvs  crowd thi3 time ln a resigned tone.  "Young man," it said quietly, "go  this army has been tested."���������-  Since the Slugger, Coffee, Was Abandoned  Coffee probably causes more biliousness and so-called malaria* than  any one other thing���������even bad clira-  .-       J.- ��������� A l������.^...~.������..l       t,-       .  ^f  AS,      JlAE������t,      CLJ3      AAAXA A.AA-IAA   ,U^      V.W.A-  fee  because  It  contains  ca5"olne  the  .3__.._      .*������������������ ,  ���������-CO \  U* US"**!       *���������*���������*       XrfVy������J, V4-V-,*> v  A Ft. Worth man says:  "I have always been of a bilious  temperament, subject to malaria and  up to one year ago a perfect slave to  coffee. At times I .would be covered  with boils and full of malarial poison,  was very nervous and had swimming  in the head.  "I don't know how it happened, but  I finally became convinced that mj  sickness was due to the u&e ol coitee,  and a little less than a year ago'I  stopped coffee and nesuu drinking  Postuin.  "ITrom that time I have not had a  boil, not had malaria at all, have gained 15 pounds good solid weight aiid  know beyond all doubt this is due to  tne use of Postum in place of coffee,  as I have taK*><-. -- rn^dicine at all  "Postum has certainly made  healthy, red blood for me in place of  the blood that coffee drinking impoverished and made unhealthy." Name  given by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont. "    *  Postum makes red blood. ';* '"  "There's a reason-," and it" is explained in tho little T>ook, "The Road  to Wellville," in pkgs.  .-.Ever read the above letter? A new  one appears from time tb time. They  are genuine, true, and full of, human  Inter sst.  are the crispest, creamiest crackers made.   Better still, they  sre baked in Winnipeg ; right at your very door*      They  come to you fresh as the product of your own oven.  -   -You can have them in air-tight packages  ^        or sealed'tins as you Drefer.  IsET  nn    itt  i  I H.L  ., _  ..^.rrjaats^f u  eflswr'Z  in* /iH  ���������t1 Oil PEH il-flHR  ��������� itia  This is what you can  make sclling/'Evergrlp"  Gliding Casters. Many  of our agents are making more. Every home,  onureii. r.otsi, barber shop a e'*st������*iner, ">i������i*  per cent, profit. jpuII sample set and  agents terms sent for 10 cents. We want  a good agent m your town  Dyas Manufacturing* Company,  Suite 111,  Mall   Bldg.,Toronto.  , aatAti���������tariiL m  31  Goldstein Is a newly mode country  gentleman who is visiting the village  ������3choo!���������"Now, can any one of you boys  -tell me what nothing is?" Small  voice (after long silence���������Please sir.  wot you guv me for 'oldln* yer 'orse  yesturday.���������Punch.-  ^���������������������������������������������������������������S-isi   ��������� n    i iis^ia^ss���������n������s>ss���������  'HORSES    NEED   CAREFUL    HANDLING  To most horse owners It Is a matter  of costly "experience that an apparently alight, wrench or sprain or cut- Is  much more serious in a horse tha,* in nhea(|.  a human beins-     A man ertw niioadi.       ������! _.,., ,t i-  and works it off, but   the~ horse   is '*"* Ax'fat?JO������ "c"*lw  liable to be "pu*. out of commission"  for weeks or months.  When this has, happened In a busy  oeasou, the horse owner is thereafter  keenly interested in gottlng quick act-  Ion ot the  first  sigh of accident or  ��������� disease.   ; In    fact   ninny    successful  horsemen make a practice of looking  . each   animal   ovor   carefully   every  morning to see that it is all right.   If  it Is hot; they get busy at once.  *    A. great help then la a little book  called "A Troutiso on tho Horse and  His Disease," -published- by Dr. B. .1.  Kendall Co.. Enosburg Fnllo,"Vermont.  While It omphaol'/PM tho nncesHlty of  soiidlng promptly for the Veterinary  In iiorloim cases, this little book Udl������  tilenrly and briefly just what to do for  such    ailments    as   Spnvliy   Splints,  Ringbone, Wlro Cuts,' Lameness nnd  Sprains, that can, bo effectively cured  ��������� (ny home treatment when  ono knows  ?whnt to do nnd has tho proper remedies handy.  Thin, book can be obtained fret������ from  ,' tiny druggist who boIIh Kendall'o Spuv  Jn Cure, tho thlt'ty-ycar old standby,  or direct, from Dr, II. J. Kendall Co.,  bv simply writing thorn ut< hSiioshun*;  mils,  V.T.,  XT.S.A.  A small Norwegian lad presented  himself before a school teacher, who  first asked him his name.  Pete Peterson, he replied.  And how old are -you-? contin-  asked next.  I do not know how old I b.'ine. replied the lad.  Well, when were you born? continued the teacher.  I am not born at all, I got step-  mutter.���������Metropolitan.  i. i i  in  Brain of Its Own  An inexperienced colored girl had  just been installed as , housemaid.  Having eyed a patient bottle .with  much curiosity for some time, Rh������  asked hor mistress: "And what sort  o' thing is dat, ma'am?"  "That", replied madam, "Is a bottle th*** ���������"������������������"���������..' .���������������������������������������*������n 'things either ho'  or cold," !  "Land sakos, honey!" exclaimed the  astonished darky, "how is lt gwlne to  know whothor yon want lt to koep  things hot or oold?f,~Ladles' Home  ���������Tonrnnl.  There is often, a marked difference  between a good business man and a  "good" business man.���������Puck.  A commercial traveller, at a railway station ln ono of our southern  towns, Included In his order for bron.lt-  faat two boiled egga. The old darky  who served him brought Mm three.  Uncle, said tho travelling man, why  In tho world did you bring me three  bollod eggs?  . I onjy ordered two.   ,  Yos, ulv, said the, old dnvkoy, bowing und smiling. I know you did ordor  two, sir, but I brought throe because  I junt naturally folt dat? ono of dom  might fail you, olr.���������Harper's Weekly.  COUGHS  Are Dreaded by Mothers    Who    Fear  for the Safety of Their Children  California Oil Weils  Being developed by  Canadian Capital  Oil has made  the world's  greatest  fortunes.      It will make yours.  "  California Fields are    paylmr   mil-,  lions of ddllars to Invcators. Our fields  "The   Fullerton"   produce    the    best  prude of oil ln the entire district.  Let us Show you the Proof  K. K. ALBERT.        v       Winnipeg  708-709  McArthur Building       ,'*  r-y-v^S^^ 7?%<^--ti  V.:-**h3m^  ' Shall w������ go to TSuropo on our hon  .pymoon,..dear?      She���������I want to  g->  nwfully.  But It nonnift such a wumI.**  tif tlmo to mlns seeing all those won  florful things.--Life.  s-anrtinaii  W3tititi*S  v'KfB-ffEY''"'.'  *!y.''.ll-*%'<*fi"*i-*������*'*---P*���������''; Wh-h."- H" .*.-^������*.,  ���������Ir^TlT' -P"-' ^-t^'^-sr;^  Not a Boss  Vou shouldn't call mo a boss, said  Mr, Wardhccl.  But you uro a loader and an autocrat.  Maybo. But n hos's is a man who  makort people work. My specially '*j  rhov/lr.*-*; hnybody T tnlro r>n Intor**'^.  In how to llvo cany.-���������Washington  Star. -  I understand your husband Is a candidate for office, mild a suffragette  out went to her sinter in the cause,  Aro you going to support hlinY Oh,  I nupposo ho, : answered tho Hiut**iv  Hosnewluit weurlly. , I've been sup.  porting him for tho past ton years.���������  ri������,i*.n|f������ri T������f.f.r)Pf*  'iTTfil'1.  Tc-achcr���������Haven't you kindled your  UI'lUl luetic    lllUHC!!?  Scholar���������No'm.      I  didn't havo niv  time- to learn nothing  hut ine gram-  DR. CHASE'S ;TP  LINSEED AND  URPENTINE  What a weight of ���������' -respons'lblllt..',  rests on tho mother of the family  during the whiter season!  In every cough and cold sho ���������'recognizes the voice ,of Croup, Bronchitis,'  Consumption or-other dimdly throat  and lung complications.  Few people/ oven among those who  are convenient to doctors, am afford  the luxury of a physician for ovory  cough or cold, ovon though thoy ro  all/.o the serlouunosH of neglecting  such ailments.  For all such, Dr. Chaoo hns provided a prompt uiwhuh of cuiu Known a������'  Dr. Chase'fl Syrup of Linseed and Tur,  pontine.       *   ;*���������'���������  One reason why mothers prl/o this  treatment above all others in bocauso  of It's. HultnhiHty for childron. ��������� It Is  Hwoot, nml pi on san t to the tusto, and  children like to take it. By itu  lioothlng, healing action It In ivom.ci*-  fully prompt In curlug Croup, Bron-  ohltUi and Whooping; Cough, and can  bo used by children with perfect safety no long an dlrootlons aro followed.  Thouwiinds of fnmlllos In Canadn  lump Dr. ChatiCa Syrup ot Llnnocd and  Turpontlno In tho house at all times  for uso In en boh of emergency. This  la the only way to be snro of protect-  iiiH the un'iii-'ii.Al ^liiiijii Mid 'Ui.jii,  against coughs and colds. 25o. a  bottl*\ family id/.o C0c. at all dealers  or liinmausou, Bates 6c <-'o, Lliultod,  Toronto.  No Place for Him Y;  Wllllairf, come. I refuse to"'?'alt  through another act of this show with  you. -  But, my dear, it may not be���������"      ?  No, no. It isn't fit for decent people to see. I refuse to stay here with  you any longer.  Very 'well1,' If that Is the way you  feel about it Only I would like to  know how tho plot Is *nnfolded.'     '  I'll got a*matinee ticket und tell  you.���������Pittsburg Post.  Little Florence had .i very bad toothache and was crying softly to liersolf.  Her aunt, who wao a believer ln Christian Science, went over to tho Uttlo  girl t\wd said: "If you had any faith  dear, you would havo.no toothache."  Florence continued to sob, but bo  twoeu sobs she ropllod: "Well, Aunt  Grace, If you had my toothache you  wouldn't have any faith.���������Judgo.  whip  says,  Quite Another Matter  Mother���������Thoiv>    now,    don't  Johnny,   , You know tho Bible  "Lot not tho sun descend > upon ydur  wrath.  Father���������That's all right, but It doesn't say not to let your wrath descend  upon  tho sen.  sunii I'll >i>iiiiwii*i*������ii������--������<i44������wii������Mi-i������*iii   ���������swiimn  .What is this domestic eclonco? inquired the engaged,-girl. It consists  of mnl'lnf*: litmh, out nf tho loft-nvoi*  moat and croquettes out of tho leftover hiiHh, explained hor more experienced friend.  When a New Perfectidm*  ���������comes m an tiie X/oof  Heat and Dirt Fly Ojit  at the Window.  What would it mean tb you to have  heat and dirt banished from your kitchen  this summer���������to be free from the blazing  range, free from ashes and'soot?  IMew TPcr/������ction  ->VM."K IR^UI.-  TTS,,/VrH li  Oil Cook-Stove  .'.���������.-' '.'''���������������������������,     ', '   ' '   ���������   ���������     ',"'���������'' , "* *��������� T^'"'  With the New Perfection Oven, the New Perfection  Stove it ihe most complete cooking device on the piuktt.���������''  It is just as quick and haridy, too, lor washing and ironing.  This Stove  saves Time  It saves Labor  It saves Fuel  Itsaves-rYOU,  , Mado will* 1,2 and 3 hum-  ers,,With lont.eiiaweled.tuf-  quoiM-bWcninaar*. Hisnd-  someiy hnuhed'-throuiiiioul.  The 2- and 3-burnur, sieve;  csn bo hsdvrilWor without a  pabiuel lop.whichU filled vrhn  drop shelves, towel rsclu.elc  All dealers carry tha New;  Pmrtnclion St me. Fttm Cnftk-  4 Book wiih -(Very sieve. .Cpok-  Book also given to  sinyoiie  , .seadinB 5 cenU lo cover mail-  :.IAS Cost.'     .., ,.;-��������� ���������-.������-.  n  THE IMPERIAL OIL. COMPMOY, Limited  ; i<z  'V.-:i\  aaaa  >,mmw*mnm*'l***>*< ���������s-^aif  Her Busy Life  Aunt Martha spends all day long  hiding hor sliver in 50 different  plabes to defeat; the burglars she Is  perfectly eure are coming here.  Goodness!  And cho spends all night hunting for  It and gathering lt into one' pile in  caso of Uro.���������Harper's Magazine  ���������U'ti- - Victim's Bar^asiw   ' Y  r ' What do you consider the -���������'���������rndstjUt  portant event in the. history of t r  Is?  "Well." replied the tourist, wb������ ha*ii?l  grown weary of distributing;,tips; .f'HO^ ,;|  far an flnanoinl prosperity-Is concort*'!,  America waVl'.tlVoT���������(nal{infe^o^���������''���������thle''WwJ(5. '0t  ���������Washington Herald.   <.,' 1.  Her real Yearning  Caroline���������My, I'd llko to see my  name in print.  Paulino���������Yos, especially In the mart  rlago license column,  Quite Different Now  When I was a boy Iviisod to think  thovo wiih ii pat of gold nl Mir, onil of  a rainbow.  And now?  1 have turnod my attention from  rainbows to mining Blocks.   .  *ism <> aTzzz* xmm*w  Ui2^S* "jjLio**  Ci/.������. *,r.\      CI.-1.  VV. N. U. 901  Tho milk doaloi", riii*il- for Holllm? a  watered article, oxclalmod Indlgnnnt-  ���������ly:      "Why, If I didn't water it, half  my cuutouiurtt wouldn't get any I  Dr* Morse'a  Ixk^iaisv Root Pllla  exactly meet the need which no often  arisen in every family for a medicine  '.f. irir-.fv. on nnd ������'**'',���������!iRf** th* boivc's.  Not* only" are th������*y effnetive in nil  raHM of Constipation, but they help  Sir, I nm talking about what you  owe mo. Will you pleaso pay me  some attention? Certainly, If you do  not want me to pay you anything  else.���������Haiti moro American.  Art Connoisseur-���������Where did you g^-*  this daub?.' y;  ..���������!���������'.;./, ���������,. -;���������.:?;. [j>ti:  Friond���������I picked lt up th a stndlp:*,  said  something nice about It out of  pollteuoBB, and the artist gave ^>?lp,f  mo.   i .'.....* .-,. ?���������,���������"-���������������.;?���������  Art. Connolsaour, Badly���������You   'can"!:'  bo too caroful���������Judge.,:   ..'.:���������:      ,,;?,>?)  MALE  HELP WANtfiO     '7    ;>?  Railway Agoiifs, Tolographoiii'ZZ'whA:',  ClerkB  In  grout  doinand    turouRhaut i  Ontario    and    North    Wost. filf^l  months will quality you. Day eml  Mail courses,; Positions secured.  Free Hook 1������ explains, Domlulol**,  School Telegraphy, Toronto.  ,  siiasussssaia^ma siswiiwssss.sisiisgwsjw^.aasaaiw,.! imm^mymmymwmtmm^mtmmmmmamtmam  DR, BI-UOTT, 8PBGiAU8T. PRI-'  vat* dtstoitsits and drink hft-hlt,  Write 81 Queen Uiiu-t. Toronto, ,  ���������/really in breaking up a Cold or J-a  Grippe by clcuniiiff out the ayntcin  ancl purifying the blood.  In the name  linr*w������ mild tho Irt'lolonl nuni- "Whnt  for? 1 don't, know. Muyho lu*'s tltod  of treating mo for dyspepsia and wants  a brolw-n collar bono for n chango.���������  Wu-ahiu-riUm liUr,  wnv thrv r������*li^v������" or cure Hiliohmie-ii.  liidiucMtioit, bick 1 U-iuImi. Ilea, Khcum-  , ��������� ������   . , < ������������������  ULI.ILII    *l,.,������    ",.'.-.      WW.......*,.     m......^... M.  (ii ilia fullest ocnac of the words Dr.  Morse's Indian Hoot PilU are        47  & SSc'un*aS%<at������S   Slomo<������*----  Minard's Llni'iiont Co., I^lmltod.  Dear Sird.---Your MINARD'S LINT-  M1CNT Is our remedy for .son* throat,  colds and nil ordinary nlliiionlft.  It never falls to relievo and cure  promptly.  vJliiiiCJj^-j    to UUUTI'jYi  Port Mulgrave.  flundnv-Hchool teachior������������������Wllllo, can  you repeat t.i:c i-,iuirii.:a counimiuiiuuiu *  it bus but four words. Wllllo^���������Yob,  MImb. "Koop off tho Graau."���������Uoi\-  t'.ui Traniscrtnt.  Some of tho-problems of humnn ox.  ir.tcncc aro becoming moro and wor*}; |  complex. Y������m*, roplled th������> ^rtmltlntt"  parent. I cun hardly wait f,or, wy;  tlauf'hler'H giadiuitlou oliuay (o InW iii������:  know what, to do ubout tho|u,-r-iVy<j������l'iii  Ingtoii Star. '?,''.'?" " ���������? /  1!  "Pfl "    lluVoil    Un*    Mlltl4.ll    llllV.    "wIlHt  Is 11 tli'iiuigogueV , ,,      , * ;  ,;  A doinnicogiio. my nun In a smart.  toady tnlkor, who bolontjs to a purfy  you're not In. . ;?.������������������������'  -ws������w������ii������.^A*4������A.iil.iiiiii,i������������iiiiaaii mm saiisiiiis������aMi������*^i������sMS������sl^iliii4.iMliiiMlMs*������������>������taa^a^^  1  illlilfliiltil  '&ak&*tttzti&ifatx^  smwsraisM  Mcajajs"  mumm  zz:  ma  HBH  I ,������l .H..IH, 11 l���������yilHUl i*.|l^jHt4������i| <������ iimIi Hill,,,, ������iil.Mil,.���������������������HHI������������^<i| II11AHII Hill MAA1A<llll  EBOli  IM>'MM*M ������������������  ( i i    'j-vj  '-A"'���������jiT ���������i',^,1  .1.1.    *i,5 _--''���������".  , \    Af.    .t  ''-f.'-J   luJ-.  m  "'  Y*  THE  /���������"* *���������*-���������   * W *��������������� ���������" i \ /   t.   fs.1  XsiaCi V AJCj W i  no *.-*���������������:'rv'iV?  V/XH/JL^ICI J. vr **s lt  TSe Creston *Revieto  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Oreston Print  ag and Publishing Company, Ltd.  3x  W. a. McOlubs  Bdlto* aud Juauagcr  CJres  otel  ���������*y������*as������',i*ljii iMii lap'lfcsi  jiefotn  ������~I  4j^r  The Beview is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston vaiiey, cir  otjiaiMrjcf i������i -nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other, communities.   Our Advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay anil Bonudary Printers' Board of Trade.  XiBud purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.    Display adver- j  tisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue j  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks.    Subscription rates $2 00 a year in  advance.   Our columns are open to contributions dealing iu matters of local interest and the welfare of the community.    GDntributions ��������� must be brief and  signed.  There is no one in Creston who can conscientiously say  that the frnit raisers should not be thorougly organized, yet  we nnd there are a number of men whose best efforts either  .blunderingly or maliciously, work against the welfare of the  Fruit Growers Union upon which the furture of Creston so  much depends. Although matters were apparently settled  and all seemed well again for the Union when for a second  time the Farmers Institute voted to assist the organization.  by turning over to it, the Institute's purchasing power, there  still seems to on a great danger of the Union being Shattered  on account of the stories of "underhanded dealings," etc  which are being circulated, and which may or may not be  trae.'  Now that  the  Union is to dp the purchasing formerly  done by the Institute, it will be a decided advantage to every  fruit grower in the valley to become a member of the newer  organization and boost and work for it, for he will not only  be able to buy his flour and feed through it cheaper than  elsewhere, but by his membership %nd efforts, wiii assist in  _, _*> ��������� a,i_���������    _, -~: *.*;_���������    ���������_jc������;~:���������'x.i���������   ~a t>**  Uisttitiug   tue   uigaxiiio-ftnuu- ouuivacuij)    ������ui"������*5    *���������*-������   _^^_      ^^J     1_5.__a.-U_     *~Jl'Ji '.-������*-. ~^--������.   -.-wi-:.*-.������������������     W-iS-t.    nt  s^jjlinCjTY    ilUU     iiJU^i     iliv    -wv^iivx    ^iv>Aag-   [f4������Ai.>   "-'*���������������   *--���������  so essential in a large fruit growing district.  The Leading  !" Hotel of the  t prtiit    &eiz  \ /OU will make no mistake  Y when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men in-ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms *are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Out   Guests  \Cah   cAgain  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  *w&(  "Sg-y  ������&  Our stock of Tackle is now complete  ^. J@j&. and,we have one of  the   Best  Assortment of Rods  in   the  Kootenay.      If  there is any special article in the  fishing line which 3>*ou want,   *j,,id  not in  ^STmisi stock we wil1 lry  aDd  Ptocure h for  you.  X&  I  n  Ufa stat-ra&i  XfX'UICUi  Prop,  mmmm at  W ��������� *a *��������� 1 S-5        ' "W" r-������ ^a.  UU1AV4 IL-LftV.  **i?l_'*! *"*!*     *_'f*^v  m.   JJVIC  A a*-aa. *������������**%*mtii.M~\a*m fi^  nrtOi*i*tc*> rm*x-*"$-fw'i ���������s*  members of the Union, it seems the majority of ranchers  take no stock in them ^nd besides that the indicted men are  welcoming an investigation. ^  Boost  for  ihe  Union  at  all times;   if something goes  WfOZig xu xim} i^kmix%a*y  u*c ^v*x ������������*a--U **.  --S\-*>t4     *r������ ifiA ���������*���������������*��������� ������9-fc    **1"������,������*      r*r*T*C?"l YVOT  UKMn  International Egg Laying, Contest,  lield under the joint auspices of the  s5is3*.?=!- ><-1'������*i's*-?'Ms. 'S-������������{-slfc������������*3- A g���������rif������������4������.f.jfin  ..rn .Vcrrr.   -1^ w������. .....'^^ ������. ^^A....* ������/ .  ���������������,"'��������� ��������� ^        ." ,  "Vancouver Exhibition Board, and the  Provincial government.  Totstl eggs laid up to end of seventh  month, May 20,1912  PEN NO? Class 1 EGGaiAAID  2  9  4  U  5  10  3  12  10  23  22  8  ������  IB  7  0  1  16  17  IS  21  U  16  White Leghorns  484  407  <(  41  R. O. Buff  White  ii  44  Brown  White  n  IffflSL   ySUII3AEl!Li  MR  Mottled Anconas  White Leghorns  ���������i ���������������  Class 2  Rhode Island Beds  White Wyandottea  Buff Orpingtons  R. I. Beds  White Wyaudottes  Barred Rocks  it ������������������  Buff Rocks  R. I. Reds  *S. TjAi'.mI Wyaudot.txw  Bartred Rooks  P-irtrid^o Wfrtimdotlrifla  Built Ovphlngtonii  White WyanawLtes  Silver Pencille<l Wyandottos 178  Columbian Wyandottcs 175  Avvi-ixK* pi-ic.; i-f-clt-vi-d for ;-^gi;, ttJc  per doM*n. Pen temiH'raturc, liiglieut  90 degrees; lowest 88 degrees; av^itrnge  mean, 67.18. liain fell on nine iliiyw;  twelve days occurcd without t>unuhinc  and tho rest of tho days weiro bright.  It has lieen hoped It wonld not In*  mcccoavsary to havo to insert the mum I  paragraph concerning the dynamiting  work, owing to the fact that nn en  during the last two weeks, snore than  made up for the fortnight's lull. Lately the "city athorities have been clearing the cedar stumps imuiediately  surrounding the pens.  Several pens in Class One have  passed the century^ mark during the  past month, notably pens 9 (117), 12  (114), 2 (110), 23(105).  Following pens provided broodies in  class one: pens 9, 10,17, 19, (two birds)  Pen 9 deserves special mention for  having produced six eggs a day on six  occasions duringthe month. Pens 12,  2, 23, (twice) and pens 5, 4, 1, 14 (once).  Feather eating among the light  classes principally, is * still prevalent,  necessitating further use of the bitter  aloes and lard mixture. 'This proves  very effective until the birds remove  the mixture by dusting.  A point brought out by the hot  weather experienced on the 11th, 12th  and 13th of May, was that the heavy-  classes were more affected than the  light weights. In three instances^it  was noticed in class one of decreased  egg yield immediately after the hot  weather. This occured in those pens  only .that were already laying very  poorly.  Now that the birds are in full lay,  tho animal food has been Increased,  from seven to ten percent, which is  tho limit proposed.   The first increase  ������2121WH8 given in the  January-February  149������  371  364  349  340  342  338  328  299  292  277  274  273  270  200  258  243  2191  33  -B8  ao  81  3i  aa  87  20  82  40  sa  ao  27  28  421  421  419  406  383  342  825  308  301  274  201  24JJ  230  210  period.  W. H. Stroyan,  Supt.  J. R. Terry  See.  -I.-  4   M.*/,      .������,  ,.\.  Tho Kootenay Garage has just completed laying a now concroto flour  with a cleaning and working pit.  which greatly facililatus repairing the  lower parts of tho aiitomobllos. Tho  pit la three feet wide by 10 ii-irl long  and I foot deep. Whon a inachino in  in need of repair the mechanic can  work tiiidnrni'iilh in n, '���������oiivonii'iit upright position.  It. 8. Jlovau, tho manager hon ar.  r������Tij'������������������1 ii, novel window display in tin*  form of an actual working powi-r  pump, A Hinall cum devicn attached  to a Uttlo KiiHolliifi on jinn pumps water  into a pail which not/or ovoWIown or  whim   iuii.     Tiit-i    ���������iiniiii   in   ii,   Into imiku  and will lift water 12T> feet.  IaUmI, week two new Kurd earn were  recievi'd,  <me  of which wiih hoiiL to a  .... ..4..   ���������4    AT. I  .,   .     ..I  (Continued from Page 1)  boUding aud the plaut cost abnet $250-  000 Considerable of the machinery was  seut to tha Suowshoe mine, near Phpe-  uis and to the No. 7 mine, a few miles  from Phoenix and to other places four  years since by the Consolidated Co. All  of the nails, bolts, timber and boards  have to be loaded on board of cars and  will be tran-ported to (she smelter aud  piled up for use. The timber calls, no  use for any other purpose are to bo sawed  into c������i*d wood, the company furnishing  an eiecjric motor and power for that  purpose. ?    "  Tbe machinery left in the concentrator . -which  consists   of Chilian  mills,  shafting etc.. is to be taken apart and.  stored in a building that stands.,near  the concentrator.   K"early  all of it can.  be utilized by the Consolidated Op. -  About ten years ago the concentrator  was ereced by the RosslandPower Go ,  under the direction of Edmund BY Kir-  by, who. at that time and for several  years previous was in charge of the wsr-  eagle and Centre Star and other properties controlled by the Gooderham -  Bloakstock Syndicate. The Rosslahd  Power Co.. was one of the subsidiary  companies controlled by the Gooderham  - Blackstock syndicate. The concentrator was erected for the purpose of concentrating the low-grade ores of- the  War Engle and Centre Star. When the  machinery was started however, i*  proved to be ineffective, nnd after a few  short runs, it was shut down. It waB  called   a "white elephant."    Shortly  after the concentrator fiasco, Mr. Kir-  by resigned and has been seen no more  in this portion of the world.  When the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Co., wos incorporated in May  2 1094, the compressor was acquired by  oompnny with ninny other Roods, chattels of the Gooderham-Blackstook syn-  4  dioato whioh included tho Centre Star  and War Bnglo mines. Tho concentrator hns remained idle nnd bbc'Iobb over  sinoe. The only thing thnt has been  done was to tiiko out the machinery and  send it to whoro it could be used. Now  it is to bo torn down and thus will disappear one of tho niOBt oxpousivo monu-  lueutH of XooliNh and imitiomd **.\pyuui-  turo that has over boon soon ln tho Knot-  ennyn.-   Honr-lnnd Miner.  Semi-ready/ Suits  '....' To Special Older  1~ F THBRE is no Seroi-ieady siore ia  your lowts yon may have aSemi-ieady  rait osade to your special order from pat-  teros. Send lor ��������� Xlnc'S Own" seme  tulis at $20, with style book and selt-  measutlng lormi. Gualameed. ScU at  the same price everywhere In Canadn.  Have y<HJ seea the style book. ** Sir! "  One lot sou at Semi - ready i-lniitec,  Monueal.  Creston Drug&Eook  Phone 51  0T\0> %iJ^J-'^jn^'*>^^ff^^  *S:&-S���������:������-:������&������-:@ttfeg;&&&:@'5g-:g-:gg-&:g-g������-:g;g-:������g  1   fr-__. r. ��������� ���������  '���������.���������������  l M  **������  I W  i W  I  ������&  tiki  STrAAIl-AATUA'Aj  WaiMMiWJJI  tt. Fred Jolmston, Fernte, B. C.  FOR SALE  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  sale. Close to town adjoining ths meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Review.  (Best equipped Livery in To Wil)  Ail olass of TURNOUTS supplied ai snort notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS and  RTTCif4"rKS. ior- <=������Jo a������d V>i*"������     ������������^^ia ������������.-i   -^������������i-   t^ _-- ~  Speciality.  Feed for sale.       Agent for the Mclaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for snle  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains*  at any hour cf the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers, will  receive prompt attention  NOTICE  Nelson Land .Pis; riot���������District of West  Kootenay  Ui*  f  til!  Qji  oSi  in  ������������ Phone 66 Sirdrn*   Awnnn  'F^-S.li^&g-S-ga-gS^  ���������. "^   " "ij   *"  *-*������������������  ���������-���������--  ���������"-��������������������������������� ��������������� ������������������' t^'t/^'.-^^'piAyp-jEi.*?*^ *���������  f  ri������  ���������3  -ff-  4TI\  H. b, McOreath. PrdD  T>-~  -I -  OTA  ���������="���������/���������  55  t^jgy   ^^s|||������b ���������li'SBaigs^^igeig'e'giiiia'ia @f@  Take notice that I������  Guy Lowenberg,  of Creston, B, C, occupation, apent, in.  tends to apply cor permission to pur  chase   tha  following described lands ���������  Commeuciog   at a point on the   east  boundary of lot 9239   about 20 chains  north from its southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chains west 20 chains  north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing  120 acres  more or less.  ,Guy Lowenberg,  Dated May 10,1912. Applioant.  ���������y oiice in awhile a good thing comes your  way, and it is simply up to you. whe'her you  make it yours, or   blindly pass it by.  ������.    ,1.,..    4l  The Hiiiinott* is tho Idoul typwrlter f.n*  for tho bURhiOKH man who tlonii not fool  justified in tying up !(!I00 to $I2R In a  pirue niiichiuo but would like to iiond  out biiHini'H* llko, neat work. Tho Little Itiuiiiett enabloH him to do thin oh it  Ih the oniy Hin.ill typowrltor that Ih  practii'le While thero have hc-im a  iiiiuiiii r nl' Hiniill in ichmoH on the innr-  ki't, llm.s iliil itot Htuv. Ticket:; on mile  ut,  lliilluldi,  I'onl l-eoiii, 1 cent to $1.00.  .1. H. HANFOHD  Hole ii-Jiftil, for  tno   Kootenayn.    Jrloiid,  ������iiMU*tvrfi-u;ram)roah:,.   f. *u. iiox *iuu  NOTICE  IN THE MATTES OF AN APPLICATION for tho issue of a duplicate  Certificate of Title to Lots 8 and JO  Blook 30 Town of Creston, Map 69������.  NOTICE IS HEEEBY GIVEN that  it is my intention to issue nt the expiration of one mouth after tho first publication hereof, a duplicate of tho Certi-  floato of Tifclb to the abovo mentioned  lot in the name of Obarlofl Orrin Hod-  gers -which Oertlflcato la dated tho 2nd  day of April 1901) at 9:30 A. M. and  numbered 10449A.  Nuloou, B. C ., Sum. O. h   Rue,  14th May 1912 District Registrar  THE KNUCKLE M Ii DOOR" 101  CISP  B������  If you're wise and alive you'll get iu oil this,  while the time is ripe, to turn dimes into dollars  almost "overnight."  Big Lots From $200 and up  AND NO INTEREST  Just io per cent down aud 5 per cent a month  gives you ownership of real property that should  solve all your future financial problems.  MADAM  LiHVAl."*  Cotton Root JfompoiiMl Tablets  A. -ttltMAlt.Lls'iwOIJl.A'1'OIt'  Theoo PHI") nro coiitpoi.iin.loil with tlio Rrentiist  euro from tha moat rollnl'lo rcmedlci .'.nrnvii to  \Clouco; auch aa arc belnjr iiflcil with much oucccyji  by tlm moHt calBbrntw! phvfllclnnH known.  U boy niQ uupociiic ,'oi- lliu (.li*/lio:i:,iuK JI:.oiUt-.^  to which tho femnlo cotiatltiitlon Ih liable,  frlco *a * box. ������**��������������� ���������������* (mil' li uiroiiiior,, aiII u  box. aold at oil druft ntoroji, or by niwit Irom "***a  i4r,viKrx>riig Co.. St. Catbarlnap. Ont.  ���������A good farm in Alberta, 70 acres  improvod and 95 norms In, orop. Good  Iiouho and niiiibhi, 2 i^ooii w elln. VVuuld  trade for land nenr OreHton, also 12 aoren  in tho town ot Konora, Ont , would  also trudo for land near (JioHton, apply  tn tha Cltv Bakory. Crouton. B. O.  No use telling you the details in ihip space-���������  it would take this whole paper to do the subject  justice, aud even then you   rightly would want, to  WtWdtpb  So come  and see us-Save  tiuie and make   money  YOU' S FOR PROSPERITY  Dominion Stock <& Bond,Corp/, Sr*.  3S'"       v      '   Ltmited        ���������      :-.:^  ^te������ Vancouver, B* d  ���������aM^  W |SWl |*������1������4<*)SJ|- 4������j������S>������i������ 4A|  writ,  ^Creston ������ai!ey Investment Co.,  ������f*>������  S-^-ajL--.  ���������z>  i-H^enls lor ureston ana MistriGt.s.  *Am\m\*hW*m*m\   HMMWWM������IA   rt������fflfA,������*������l*\*nMW������*l(* lV^>  ^ ynnntntnnn nnnnnnnn r\nnnntnnnnr\nn,i ^ -  ��������� r ������    r." ^'.iV&������ffi35,g3'*������  '*' ^''I'^Ty.-'-A'ii?  ?  '-V-.^'aa&IJ  4" - jS* v t*n ������������������������'-,���������.<���������.-.(zr-*  ���������^"���������rfl"*;'  *������������������=������=  THE , ORBSTUt-j    Jms,y lEw,    uRESTOH, - B. p.  *     .    f&HS? 'f������ -r'<& *&* ���������<*& .i** .ft* .*&> J&& .?& t\$y*st* .ast .*  k^^L* f&K ������**"*������*" &*". ?**'-���������' -^^a-w ^as--^a#=- '<fesS'isiii������s=- ���������- -'-  (W-���������*. \4j������fciA(VM������������'������s .^ a*!^ ��������� vtt^ .xjs^ ��������� Ssss^.-i-a^j^ . "vaj^ A^*"*,^  ���������AgV ,        *.������4f 1*^* ' " *  aaa  HO  ISSi  KAHtiHtrSI  NOTE���������Whereas it is only possible  for fruit magazines and publications  to cover the field of fruit raising in a  general manner, the Beview has installed this department in which ideas  derived from actual experience by  ranchers of this locality, shall be  printed, thus making the subject matter of direct interest to this valley's  fruit growers.  dr.*     P .    * ij"j* ;���������. ua������70, ������;  &*  i*   I-   .. j ��������� _ ** n **-**. s\\tiZ������&r  ^���������*sS&3S  >^-<������ ���������������--������.. scea  ���������'U'-^-.'T&Sl  ��������� ."r,,''.'.*'''-'-'SSll  S   *3       li  )  *=  ������USB  V  IVIori  Starke^ & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commltwlon Merchants  NELSON        -       a. C.  This -week we turned our footsteps  in* search of a successful strawberry  grower and as this is Oreston Vaiiey  our search was not of long duration.  W. K. Brown is one of the foremost  of the many successful berry growers  but as he is more of a worker than  talker, his ranch had to speak largely  for itself and it surely does that.  But it is our purpose to confine our*  intention, this week to strawberries,  tnd wc will not take the time to describe the fruit trees and small fruits  that adorn Mr. Brown's place.  The widely separated rows of strawberry plants and the evenly spaced  plants in the rows show that the ranches? isa believer of the hill system which  ������,;V-5*-f* aaaaI. ..LmA ..... ^.v.������.^^4-..^;4-v. 4.^.    ,?| ~  ^*.%^u  WM..SAA   ^.AAWAAA,   A*lAA   ^J|J|/V.A VU...VJ,       l/*>      %+%2  its best, and certainly this system is a  good one for his plants ase'simply loaded with blossoms and large berries  which will soon be ready for the market  Swamp grass is used largely for a  mulch although muck of the land is a  AAVU   >'A<A,<-.4V  lUiftUA tilUU.    il**.CU4VO>Il^   XUJ.-UJB tt  fine dust mulch, This swamp grass  or as it is somethin0* called- snake crass  breaks up and rots quickly so that it  can be plowed under readily with the  i-I&uis when they begla co deciiae,  thus giving it an advantage over ordinary straw, which would have to  be raked or burned off.  Mr. Brown believes that of the varieties of berries that do well here, the  Klyde, Parsons Beauty, Bountiful and  Magoon are among the best.  Cut-worms which have been the  worst pest the -rancneic-s have had to  deal with season, have made inroads  on -some of the plants. About the  ijssfc remed"0" for this trouble where  chickens are kept and paris green and  bran cannot be safely scattered, is  shallow fall plowing which throws the  grub to the surface where the winter  exposure kills it.  . The currants on this ranch are also  thrift-v and bearin������* so bountif ull**-* that  they need special mention. All of the  fruits have thrived well under the  care of the ranch owner. Ke certainly  has the know how, judging from prizes which his frnit drew last fall at  Creston's Annual Apple Show.  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  ta\  vr:*  SAMfLE    ,  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of tne  best known and popular  Hotels in -the  Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  s  3  I  j    of goods.  I    L_  c  Tla     mf~>  e  *  I  I  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF  COMMERCE  CAPITAL. S15.000.000  REST. -S12.500.000  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Drafts on the principal cities in the following countries issued without  ^ delay:  Cuba Macedonia  Denmark Malta, ^  Egypt Manchuria  Finland Mesrieo  Formosa Mew Zealand  Germany Panama  Greece Persia  noiiana t-eru  Iceland PWHp.-lne Islands    India    * Poland       . Turkey 8.7  Italy Portugal  Japan Roumahia  Africa  Arabia  Argentine Republic  A    -.1.  .T.A .........ft  Australia^  Belgium  Brazil  Bulgaria  Ceylon  Chili  China  Russia  Servia  Sill Ail  Siberia  South Africa  Sopin  Straits Settlements  Sweden^      *  Syria  Turkey  United States  West Indies, etc.  These drafts can be drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen,, yen,  taels, roubles, etc., according to the money of the country in which they  are payable. This enables the payee to obtain the exact amount !at=sided.  "PERCY <B. FOWltiBR, mandgp>, Creston Branch  [.���������Wi.;.|i,W,'i,.,i,!ii!^  ^111  !"!<$���������$  ilil  m<  BURNS'  COMPLETE  I 1 The British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd..  Of Vancouver;, B>.  Have just received an 80 page illustrated  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free for  the asking tQlsi������tending  planters,  *  *  I    |       , Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  at Creston, B. C.  A TRIAL. ORDER will convince th most  critical of the superiority of our one year old  tres on three year roots.  The Be QB Nurseries G@* Lfei*,  Stf53S-3?   7sTaS9  A������iStttftfB-.   EsSy ���������   V&lExfttmfSaBBflVffj&Bmw'     4ft7_  &3���������  ������������*    ma ������������������������&��������� ^ta^      <���������***   ���������**������������������*������*   ^m-wm aw yaawaw      wm Mr ������v      %9r ^mwmaaiaavaas*atari aw ^aaaaa   aa   amwawaa    ^paw am  SIRDAR PERSONALS  Mrs Rodenbangli went to Cranbrook  last week.  Mayor Wright of Kuakauook loat one  one of his driving horses with the colio.  Miss Grace Quaife returned from a  visit with her aunt at Gal ary. last  Saturday.  A. Mirabelli  ���������mm y        hiiuJhiaii    ��������� 1 a������. mi,  ,. 1 H.IBI.. .... ,.   .,, .,   1.^1 ���������i..-.iW.n  Saddie ami  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   higl;   class  boots and siioes.  ' Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  m  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit Co*  S. Foote, Prop.  jmM      BBB^BS-4. CBJBTlBkf  /gja maima^^  amanaii  ..mum  "ti':^iM0^^M^^&}t  -:'*:|l!ll!lll|illli|lllll!SIII8l|l;l  '���������ti;titi$m������!������$  MONEY       SEUJS  !i !i';,'i  K'|i:i'������'i������!^  lllllllliilll^llllll:  " i-iv'-ivii-^ift-f1.  Illiiii'lliiii  Sl.&ijtiSSijiiSiifi'lii;:;:;;:  ,i!i'i������'ii!i?i"������i''iWiP  i;>;'ti';:,;:-.i,j;Wi;:^:iN;>>i.:^i.  '-':*?������: ^ftiij^'j!:!'!:-  W0m  Sow Burns*Fertillzrs  And Reap Dollars.  *4W    I4BM.4W������*>..^.W.A.���������.    ~   ���������.��������� ,.r,  ..,,... I   .. ...,������������������ M    M,,. ���������.,,���������l.MMWA������  Gall or send for * our  Ne>y Pamphlet which is.  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  The remodeling of Hotel Shdur has  heon completed Harry Leonard of Cres*  ion putiug ou the floi-uilui* touches with  tho paint liruah. A billlari tnble it  imoug the now equlnment  VARICOSE VEINS CURED  Ha5T NO NAMES USED WITHOUT W RiTTEN C0H5ENT.  Oonfined io  P. BURNS & Go.  , Limited  CRESTON       -���������     B.C.  Head Office  CAijGXRY; VAjNCOU-  VER;V EDMONTON.  KITCHENER NOTES  Mi*. E. Coylo from Alberta i������ viult-  Ing at Kitchener this week, Htajlng at  tho hotel.  ���������mac*  tHrtewtica  IS ���������*������>������.> 1,������������  10V mj VVspiW ^sV'Tflp'WSt ^*tI **  ���������  *������is������ *��������� ������������������ as)     -mf   <m~ m *^^v i.  Mr. 0IXI1VMACSK'.  OJ the Murray >6f Mack shows  With PEARL HULUING and Great Cast  JCipcti li*  iwdioivi   ii-j-a   i������**.i-������������  PhOADhonol "i'tor������������ ovary noun* la the body  vlw unci vllnllty. Vrflnmli ������o d*i������-������������y nnd nil noxim  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Young  of  Creston  'pout a couple of days hero flHhing.  Mr. Wlnloiv was hero a day  last  veoU looking over his lii-klte-i- limit.  Messrs,   Johnst'-bu   and   Taylor   of  Vahk spent a vory iilunsmtt time hero  .llyhiRg; ������i> the Coat rlv**r.  ^"Hoavyvrorl*, severe strolntnp ontl o-vllbnblts In youth brought on  Varlaose velus. Wliun X woiicod hard tho* nclilnff -would become  eovoronndl wua of ton laid up tor a woolc at a tlmo. My. family  phyaiolan toliuno au operation wuu.my oniy bono���������but I dreaded It.  t tried bovorul fcixidalUta, b-^, soon found out all they wantedtva** my  money. I oomiucucod to look upon all tloctoranu Uttlo hotter tbon  ���������rOKUoa. Ono day my boas aokod tno why I v.aa pit work so muoh aud  I told him my condition, ljocilvlnfd r-ioto consult I'm. Kennedy &  Kennedy, aa no liotl tnlcon traatmont from t'loni blrnBolf and know  tliey woro squnto and hIcI'.Il'uI. I wroto than and got Tns Kkvt  MBTitonTmsATMrtrr. Wy prormiw wim nnmov/lint Blow nnd durln***  tho llrat month's trontmonli I ���������wan Homovvlmt Olscouwi-tMl. , Ho������rov������r,  I rontltrued treatment for thrc** wont'in lnn-rcrnnd irns .rownrdea  with a fltimploto euro.  I oou'd only cum MS a. jvoelc In a maelilno  5hop boforo treatment, now I nm ournlnu* Sdl imd never Ioobo a day.'  Wlfih all snflT������r������r������i knnw of your virtual,!**, trentm^n*). _  UlfiNWVO.LOOVST.  HAS YOUR  BLOOD   BEEN   DISEASED?  , BLOOD VOmom Are the most prevalont and most iwrloiiBdl^iiei*, t Tliey 'jfap the  very life Wo^otUiovlijUmimauialissaouUrolycraaioat^^^ l'rom tho eyntem wlU oauM  HiirrniiHinompllRutionfi. ftowuro of Meroury. It mny fluppreiii* tho oymptoinfl���������our NEW  MH,XUODouwib all blood dlBoaaoS. .  ��������� YOTJTNO OR MIODLBS AGKD M12N.���������Imprudent acts or lfttor,oxceniios have broken  dotvn your syntem. You feol the Bymptnmx fitodln-f ovor you. Mentally, phynloally and  vitally you are not the man you uood to bo or uuoula be. Wi ,1 you ik-mI UuKlangor HlguaAiit  DC1I1CD Are you a victim"' Have vou lost hopof Aro-youlntondln* toT^arryf Has  nCAUIln -your blood HoonJllBcancd'f   Have you any, \ve:*.!:ncur   Our Nsw*. MB*  Tn.BAT������it������T will ouro you.  What Ib has done for other*, lt.w:.l do for .you^  inrnoo    CeiMtkltsiUitiini  IVa������." No'muWr wllo"'lias tt*c*it*>d y-*n    ���������Un for nn Imr-or.t cp!nl7in FVi>-sof Oimt������������������  MUmIm PV������*~"������oyhoo.l, Manhood, rataoiAAuud."  (llliutrabod) on lilaoaco'* of Men.    *  NO NAMES USE  . :������������������ or *  KEE-fOR  ME9 USED WITHOUT WRrTTEN rONSENT. PRIVATE. Nbmmh������������  nv������,lon������s. **>������r������{!ilnt. Co������fidantUl# Question List and Cost of Tr������iitmistik  HOME TREATMENT.  B^^T JSLi, ^Sl bS*? gA^9 S^H Bs9 Q C gg  "  P sf  *5RBfm&WB^������Bs7 B  rU I /-twMi*  .     - ,.     Jdcirny    wealtnoji averted ������t enc������.    ritninlAwskAl will  ������,l������mii,M������i������in      I'rl^.. J'W ������. khv   n, Im In,  i������.",V������'Jli.������jKj*������~*jj    '        ------ ��������� ������-.--     ....  G, Audeon of ICltchonor Ilotol tiuule  a  business  trip  to   Cranbrook   this  Ikix** or unvolo  tVKEE-fORHOM  tjtt|k ���������MJmt  ��������� WmW GrVlsVA |l  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si, Detroit, mich.  IW^slsis^stsHlsMsUiilA.'isf Isf^C*      *^-^ letters from Can.iil:i must beaddrcBsed  ������0|^^B^Il'������f n 1MB-      to our Canadian Corrcaponrtence Depart*  <ma^ammW     ? ��������� > ***������������������****     mrTitUi W1ih1w������i*. Out.   11 von desire to  ns peraonnlly call nt our Medical Institute in Detroit aa we seo and treat  pzXiztiis in cur Windsor efP.css v-'hieli s.re for Correspondence Rnd  ��������� *������e  mat*    "SlC*  m Xytll  %Wrl  Ityabbrtttory for Canadian hnsinrss only.   Ar1dr������M*n nil letters as (ollows:  DRS. KENNEDY A KENNEDY. Wino.or, Out.  Wrltu f������r ow twrtwta iiddrofia.  MMMMlltllMSIISH  mm^^  *mV^m ^** ^* ^WW ^PC mmr^  ��������� ���������"J/Ba  '���������iS  ,*."*  ���������'rVlT  ������������������-i-.zit  . - >^',fl  |-vf ������������������ s  m  ���������fx-'  uA-B  .-���������.���������sr  "/i  ,1*1  m  H  11  i\  ���������$  *e*&BAt**,mtminmm,  MMMHIHIMk  ���������aa  'j&i^jgfl^.-ywi'ij'i^  SUBS'  SSM  ii.i������iiillilliliiiiitii'ilii������l>iiii'::  iwiiiiilliiiiiii &**&*&  they';^  ;.':-';-? /'���������'���������-j ,'.;",">).������������������  ^_      .^Y'Y* I  fc^Y-  &?,<-  B\  H.iV  ssres' - ������^"������3 *���������- 6tgMiiJ������t*jtsw '.'dSSsjUMMi^M-'-!'  burning,  psiii, steps bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with 2ani-  &uk, means cure. Why not provg  ���������Jfruffoffij  ^*i^>..T*S  SieOiSDENC  JsV  ������ SAMPLE 'WSLxxt:  *:������i.V*  YEARS SIIFE1P  Br^iight on by a Severe Strain~W6w  YY???' ti'tia Cure -Was Found?-;???'���������????'?  Mr.  Joseph  Stephens,    RbSemoupU  bnt,  is  one of  the  greathostv vfhy  'continually sound  the praises -of JLh*.  ti '���������     ���������,   Haippy ? Marriedtife?1 Y;Y;??YY.  1 married a ^uifra'geHe? ?^ld;?^tv}  Cholmonriely Rii'pingaWof j?yde^ Park,?  and . for .,-.nve Yyeart-rYfia^  speakable happiness.??^-|vT? Y?Y? Y??':*?'?  ���������" I'm glad to hear it, said ';the?suffraY  gette  leader. .' ?--i-Y;'/:??? -v??'-;-Y?Y:iY??;  Yes, said 'R!'ppl.n'gate?.-.Jbtrs:-\'^.ip^ing-  brain riXSEg and bram MiSlDg Williams' Pink Pills, and;W]������?lias:'ate has ten/in jail four years;and  c������r- Mr   -s-riiiov much/reason to do so,as they;brought Y'threer months Y altogetlier.^-Karperfs*;  ear Mr. Editor      .     -- . W- from      ffiering to    healt-  ; ^fc6r Weekly. ���������       ^. ;       ,,^,::, ;;;���������;.,;  ^WiU you pernnt an ordinary home-lhQ had spent much  moneys arid?two!  tender to pass an opinion on a very jyears of time experimenting with 0*h-  ili-,1ii*i{lil4-k ������-������������������/a at-      .   *>l* .*. nn *u. ������. 4 I m *^ at* ��������� 1  " ... *���������  Unnoticed  ;';; Laura���������Oh, did you see the suffra-  !7*ettf*   f-S!*0da   i"   ***ow   Vrii-b?  Ella���������-Y'is,  indeed.      It    was    just  AAAAV7.  Laura���������My aunt was ir- the cavalry.  Didn't you notice her?  Ella���������Why, no, I didn't. She must  have rode a side saddle, didn't she?  ������������������Cleveland i'lain Dealer.  Son���������-Dad what was meant by the  Mother-language? ���������  Pater���������Sh! Sh!���������my son! Don't  start her.  CHOiCE  TOBACCuS     AND  ETTES     %  ������jiva������*vn.-  On   the   '"Made-in-Canada"    Train  The special train, bearing the "Made  ���������Sn-Canada" Exhioit, which left Montreal on May.lGth, and is touring the  West until July 1st, is creating un  usual interest all along the line.  One of its notable exhibits is that or  the Imperial .Tobacco Company of  Canada, Limited, the?; largest manufacturers of smoking and chewing tobaccos and cigarettes in the Dominion.  In addition to their generous advertising, this company is still further  helping all dealers carrying these well  known brands by giving away samples  and attractive souvenirs to those visiting the "Made-in-Canada" train?  Dear Mr. Editor,  Will  s  plausible,   and   at - the   same   time   ft \������.Y treatments.     Mr. Stepheus tells his  very great injury that? th.reateus  the[experience as follows:  "In the month  I refer to Q4,januaryf xiniS, while working?in;,a  i logging camp at Creston, B.C-, i igot  I my  back  badly  injured.      1  suffered  j grain trade of the West?  the establishment of a sample market. ' -  The grain sharks are making a determined effort to get legal authority  to open such markets in Winnipeg and  Fort William.' The scheme is to take  a certain quantity of grain from every  carload arid place it on view in the  grain exchange, and as soon as the  car is sold, the car from which tliY  sample is, taken in -sent to: its destination by the railway company. Meanwhile the cars are delayed in transit  twenty-four hours, and cars not arriving at Winnipeg before eleven  o'ciock on Saturday mornings are held  until eleven o'clock on the following  Monday niprning. This means that  the loss of time in transit caused by  the sample market, reduces the carrying capacity of the railway companies  a great deal of pain and was almost,.,. ,,.��������� .������������������,   ..      .n  . kJ ,.  .,  helpless. I tried plasters, thinking or lls ���������lGf ?��������� th������ cbanCe8 seemed to; b  they would help me, biit they were b������'|a^alust Shep SEay1������S:tl������������s side of th  no use. I took severe* medicines,  equally without benefit. Then I was  advised to try electrical treatment  and did so for a time, but without  getting any permanent relief, and p,  began to look as though I was goUjg  to be permanently crippled. Then 1  was advised to undergo tveatmerit  with a specialist at. Spokane, Vv'ash.  After examining me he said 1 was in  a very bad shape aud that the trouble was likely to result in Brigbt's  disease. However, he told me, thai  he felt sure he could cure me. At a  heavy expense i "vai under his treatment for three months,  but  didhot  ' . His.:FataI.,Kindness'VY-'-:;:-:-?;^.'  The difficulties of supplanting; nature is shown in ; aYltutt6npRK^Yi3:!s-���������  patch to a RochesterZ. paper.?: YlTbs  communication declares thai Y wbe"  Roy  Chamberlain's  petvdogi^^lost  one  the  dog .heaven, but Roy built a woodbh  leg and attached it to the stump of  Simp's limb. Y  Sh-^p each night went to h'������T>m������tei*'  ami pertiiitit'd hla avtificlal leg to be  removed, and in the nioriiing it v,*as  strapped on again, Shep was really  a much Improved watchdog because  he did not van around niglit?..  get the least benefit.      I was almost  nearly two days iu evm*y week.    This, .  on the three main lines of railway tojin despair; work was plentiful ������������������������������������ and  Lake Superior, equals a reduction of i wages good, but I could not work, as  about 2,500 out of a total of 15,000 I was quite unable to oend. 1 was m  available tor the transportation of ] this eoudition for about two years,  grain during the whole of the busy {when my brother, who was with me  season Sail the time, cams across one of Di".  , The Unburied Hatclici   ??    ?  For. a number of years a bitter feud  The wooden leg. hovevor, was the!^1810'1 between, the 13iowna and Per  cause of Shop's death!      In a IU  of j'Wneeea,  next  door  neighbors  absent-mindeduoss heAvetit after a  pai-Uculari'y- ambitions ilea that had  chosen his head as a (lelvlhg ground  and fractured. h<s'skull as lie attempted to- kid the 'Insect with: his wooden   log, ":..:���������    _'���������?������������������  Roy painted thf leg white and used  it as a marker for She,>'s grave.  Viewed With Suspicion  Before.he was well known Wendell  NiW   ������ir   t ii-aav on 'thiK a* a v������-*"-  Williams' uamohlets and read of tho | Phillips,    tne    abolitionist,    went    to  rvow,���������>ir,  l  iOOk on  uiib <*.t, ���������*   *"������������J !__"_!   ..���������..,:   r^.:   ������-(.n ������������������   oi������i.   -om^-.ii"������hiifh-.sl.owii. and r.r.t \m at, a. hrit.al:..Hn  serious matter. The great cry, almost menacing iu its intensity, from  the Rocky Mountains to the Lake of  the   Woods,   has   been   and   wilt   be  "OlVn      1?a2.      jC* ** !*���������<?' I^l!>!**>  great work Dr. .Williams' Pink Pills  were doing? He urged me to try  them, but I thought it would be use-  Obariestowiv aud. put tip Jit & hotal. Ilo  had breakfast served:?la ;riis room and  was waited upon by a ^slave. Y    Mr  The  trouble had originated through the  depredations of Brown's cat, and- had  grown so TtJic-d an aiuiiir-: that: neither  party' ever dreamed of "making up."  One day, however. Brown sent by bis  servant a peui^e-maklng note for Mr.  Perkins, which read:     ?     ?.??���������?  "Mr. Brown sends his compliments  to'-Mr. Perkins and befAs to eay his  old cat died this morning."  ,;'-::Th.e^'S'rr6pre8sibSe Conflict:??'Y-??'  ?:Ho! sneered ^onimile. You ain't any  body.     Your papa ivta-t -got any orty-  mobtle like my papa has. :  Maybe be ain't; retorted Blllie, but  we've got a camphor chest: upstairs  In our attic that smells like one.���������  Harper's Weekly.' Y >  What did. Noah liv������ on when the  flood had.subsided and his provisions  In the ark were exhausted? asked *������.  Sunday school teacher of her clasa  on Sunday.; "I know;" soueaked a  Mr? Perkins' written reply was bit-jlittle girl ajfter all the>    others    had  ter:  "Mr. Perkins is. sorry to hear of Mr.  Brown's trouble, but lie had not ii'2ai*d  that Mrs. Brown was ill.'?  Uivc  us  cars!     mure    J?ars":  cars'W"  Western   Canada  "More cars!!!"      And this too in the'i'-ake mom-  face  of  the  fact   that  next   tall   will \������pz*n boxes I fe  witness an  increase    of    millions    o������i^nu^d   taking", the   P[Hs   until   every  ibusheis of graiu to be transporLeu to|v������s--S������ os-.-tne  t������ii������t   ������as  sons,  ������������.������  -  ,^*V^PQnd���������������OA;e Vaoney' after all i^'Ibps seized tlie^ opportunity to pre-  ������������������a-Waa .-.+>,o- *,.rtr,i-.v,.>v.f viori faiiof*       Me! sent to the negro lira pataetic way  that he regarded hi tnasa man and  The negro? however, ^ seem-  .-. v.-     ���������a--^.        niorel^be other treatment had t'alled.  Aud everV  newspaper^    m ilnsisted, however, and got    a    doseu  anada   reechoes   the   ciy,jhoxes  of   the^Pills   and   I ^gaiv to  Beiore i had used a iuiii:  brother  V).A       AI.V^  than he *^s about^his position in the,  ^T people's smoke.--Peie Mele  social  scale.      Phillips    became    dis-j ��������� ,-.���������.->..  coiiva^od and told him to.. >--o   gwav  His  Own   Comfort  \A* .-.*������--. ,7.  TV-A...  don't you go in a smoking comi.iu*t-  ment?-..?v������������������������������������-������������������ "������������������'���������'������������������ ���������':. ��������� --������������������-?"'������������������       ������������������:.[..:,.. :;'y- ,::���������-.  ; Gentleman^���������Because  I : don't    like-  given up.     "Well what? in quired the  teacher.      -'Dry lahd.''~Tit-Bits.  Clerkr--May. I -baye -.,p. ?fortnight; off,  Baa .   x    wciAA'l.- Ou,. 6*31.  aaaatLi aipu. -���������;  Boss-^-TwO weeks ?with joieasies last  winter, three weeks; wUh grip in the  spring and now you want forget mar  ried. :; Jteally,;: Brown, there always  seems to be;.,:��������� something wrong witb.  ���������you;-..?? ���������.-;. ���������,Z^:.tiZr        :������������������-?���������;;?  . -_ - _ i j  ���������,���������. t lot" criminal- folly in the face of ..'thesse  ^astfeTii uiui'iveis.  and theu bend until I cou  ^>o>.!'rl rais.> suv hard* mbove niyhfiadlsaying that he-oouiu not  beii  iM toucli'?mv(-waited on by-a'.'slave..'.:,'��������� '  ^^^^elt^C^l^cts to place such an obstacle as a.j^���������^' ���������^ -^ething ibad , ."You must.'sense i������e,  Wajtcli"., Chewing Tobac- saa������Pie market in the way to^ preveii t j ������ot J���������*****  s-'ljualltvPlns Smokins !*?pid   and   etnexent  transportetion   to j>ea'������;     f^  Wuham and Port Arthur,  Among the brands thus being adver  tised and sampled, are    those  popular with the  ada���������"Black W  ro, "Shamrock" Quality Plug Smoking  .Tobacco,"   "Meerscbaum"    Cut - Plug, j *������ ���������������% "^j1^V^i;\-^;^Vn ^..p. \ I told them what had brought it about  -Old Chum" Pipe .ooacco,    "flayer s j    ������*������ ^^-^T6cornTOAles^bSt   I i I am now as well and strong as any  ^avj   uit i^isareiteS;.    aweet    capoi  \ 4 -���������,..������ -.- ^  .~ *h^fn,i t^ai. i maa in  the country and I owe it ail  jal" cigarettes and "Columbia"    i-,iUie ;Yr*UiiV;-- c>aiiV; "r   r-fi> >^- ���������"*-��������� *��������� -r*^*-* -;      n    Wi-;i������������ms' Pink I?ini"  *-        o thev are all* straining every nerve to i10^-  Vl"tnis. *"1Uh- ^������,is-  ���������' - -       -  .t^     .      ���������,      .    .... I      Cir^i^   hv   nil   .lonlorAi   or   1,\  toes with my fingers, something  e to    do    for    over   two  cure was a great surprise  ito my comrades? and yon may be sure  Cigars.  ?prepare tor  the fall rush.      They are      Sold by all dealers or by mail, at  ������i50.cents a box or six boxes for ������2.o0  Catarrh Cannot Bs Cured  ������������������mil locai. applications, as the?- c������naos resMx \ teiAninals.  lavina double tracks as    cuiclvly7    as Y _,     _     ������������������,,,        , ,T   ,. .      ���������   ,  ,1??. "-'-">*--"���������  ~-~  --^^;,^t>,AA:,. ifrom The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co:,  They are largely increas- {orocKViue, v^nv.  yriMT    cmi ififil   Soe  f-l^l.-J   ������ ���������^,V.%.-UCib������...W  Hairs catarrh cure is not aquae*. m������u- [ ���������-������>'*������ :^1;"ur^i~���������..- i,v w ste the Animals Employed by    Customs    Au  raa proscribed by one ot the bess physlctujis j suiiU we StaUu SUpmeiJ   u*s  a.iu, ste wiie ; ^    r_   *      ...  Eurfaces.  eln������.  It waa .  In tbis country tor years and la a regular prescription.  It a composed of the best tonics known, combined  with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on tbe  ���������mucous surfaces. The perfect combination ot tfie  two ingredients is what produces such wonderful renins ln curint: catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. -  F. J. CHE*<TEY & CO.. Prooa.. Toledo. <X  Bold by Drufntfiits. price 75c.  "Sake Hall's Family Pllla for consUoalteo.  massa,"' said  the negro, "I'se 'bilged to stay here,  'cause I'm 'sponsible for the silverware."���������Indianapolis News.  Mother���������Joe, why do you suppose  that old hen persists in laying in the  coal-bin?  Joe���������Why, mother, I think she.*has  Been the sign, "Now is the time to lay  in your coal.���������Life.  Napper���������Did Smith Inherit his  money or make it?���������Neither. He is  b. corporation  lawyer.���������Judge.  Ask  for   minard's   and  take   no  other.  Her Ladyship���������Isn't that my gardener's daughter, Giles! Giles���������Yes, yer  ladyship; quite a mistake touching my  knt to er- Why, she's as poor as I be.  ���������Punch.  Asthma Can be Cured-. .Its suffering is as heedless as it is terrible  to endure. After its numy years of  no sufferer can doubt the perfect  relief of the most stubborn cures  ���������effectiveness of Dr. D. .1. D. Kellogg's Asthma Ilemedy. Comfort o"  body and peace of mind return with  Jts use and nights of Bound. sleep  wim������ hack for good. Ask your  druggist;  he can supply you.  My denr, dead huRband never conuj  plained  of  my  cooking.  P'raps  that Is  why ho's your dear  /lead husband!  cured of Shingles  asanas  ���������taWC-waSSc*-  Mr. .7. rr.  j a ���������"_������������������_[������������������_,  ItHiiratim  By  Cuhrura Soap and Ointment. Chest  Raw, Bleeding and Itchy.  ���������*I Juflt want to fitiy n. kuod woril for fititl-  c*inh,Hi)up and Olntni'-itl. In November,  liWHi, T lnul uliat th<^ ilortorn rail Mhltirdi'H  ajnd Ciiv.o.mii.. .My che::t ws-s rav.- ami blfiniirii;  mini ltciiy. T v.'-i>i that v;aj* all wmtor. Itwiui  ���������not ao bad in tin"* .-nnnin^r. Xn Hcpliifilicr  It got worsn. I laid th<" t������-iit ilo(*tor������ trt-'iiiinfr  nn-, un', did tiwi in> i.'om!, anl I wii all rui  rir....������,  if, l.rt--,l.i,_     f,,   Ki,y..t\)hfr.   tOin, It f-.lt  v-onio'uBiUM. I Ht-nt to you lor a i.tiinplir i-.al.u  ������,f Cutliuua Fouj). Y'Ht "'in It in in,* air!  1 i;ot u box u( (;mtcur,v Oiniuu:nt. I Uavd  li-i'il two linxi'4 nuil on tin. Ililr.l on,- II lini  riirfi-t* mti of !ili!rif:k'������i nnd wirns. T am ������Kv  lirhtcil ivith ihi-in and do feel pti-aned to  ilauli I bavc nomt-thln/r I Iiavi> ronil������l������tiwi In.  flioulfl .-itivnrtp b������ iiiifTiTlnij a* t <"l<1. I h'������p*������  that tln-y will ilo uh I <1WI, ami I am nun; of  tint niniilt'-. I am mcifiniiuiniliiii' tln-iu fnnu  "'xncrli-ni*,-" (Slrm'il) J. II. JarvU. 7 Arm  Bl.. Kini,'*iton, (int., May ao. lull.  l-V-ir mon* than a *?fn������ration CiitiruraH'iari  ..,; ^.^'.. '.:'.-. "���������������������������-���������...'������������������*��������� ������,.,���������,, fiifr.nl.wl ii,.,  tHlM-inii'iVt ainl moat i-conomlrat trnatim-iit for  -���������.-(������������������.j,;, !>i'rn!"'", w������l" ������nil IiIm.iIIhi/ NkIn ami  iv jk'<i, I'.u.'V. ,r... ,,f yo::r.!; uml nl't ,*. hi������i|������I(������ ������-t  in oiii-n liuftli li-nt. t'titlfiira Hnti\> nini ��������� iint-  iiunturn miiIiI throiifrli.uit tho wurlil, hut to  tluin*. who riavn iuiffofn'1 murli, IonI hoi*, ami  am without fail ti in any trraliunut. i������ i I... j ..1  4>smnl<> of oarh with H2-|>. lmokl������-t nn tin; ukln  V.III llll llltllii'.i Ut I', ������... ".,'4.-..    ,'.������������������.  ������������rt������������,.r   linn'   *   <'h*>m.   Corp..    Ot, OjHJiiaI'IaM  J.vc, l*.,;",-'i**., '..���������. *;. ������..  ezT'i���������"...       -" ������������������"-~-i,'" ��������� .,.  w. n. u. oat  rata sharks block the march of pro j  gress. No! A thousand times no.  Rather let us help ourselves to get our  grain quickly to the lake front by seeing that no obstacles are needlessly  allowed to interfere with the transportation companies. The farmers  are perfectly right in asking for more  cars, as1! the railway companies must  do their utmost to comply with the  demand, but is it not a queer way to  get them when we allow the available  supply to be cut down to the tune of  2,500 at one lick.  There is another aspeci or this hare-  faced attempt to impose a sample  market on us farmers. .��������� Ever since  tho mixing of wheat in the elevators  was forbidden by law, desperate attempts have been made by the graii*.  sharks, backed by the big interests,  the financiers and very likely by the  railway companies, to get at the  wheat and play their old game of m"x-  ing grades, and robbing us farmers.  Once allow a sample market and they  can mix wheat to their heart's content. Nothing Is easier for them.  Thoy buy a uumber of cars of maybe  rejected wheat by sample, then buy a  car or two of the higher grade, send  the whole to an elevator, dump the  good and bad into tbe same bin, mix  the whole thoroughly and steal a higher grade and sell at a price that nets  a substantial profit. Thus the mixing  lis as thorougniy done as it would b-j  if there were no law to prevent it.  The men who are actively seeking  to get the sample market establlsheu  are  the  same  gang who formed  the  Winnipeg 'grain  combine, which  controlled   tbe   entire   wheat   market   ot  Western Canada."    They are the men  who named the price to bo paid for  wheat  at  every  shipping  point until  tho farmers got tha Groin Act amended  so as  to compel the railways" to  accept wheat loaded in cars at loading platforms and the distribution of  'empty cars to elevators and farnieis  jon ennui  L>:rtub.       Ever    since,    till:;  i grain combine has been extremely per-  Isistont in  their efforts  to  regain   as  '��������� much as they possibly could of their  !foriner control of  tho    grain    trade.  ���������Their latest 1s the    (-ample    market  swindle-.      I cannot believe thnt thoy  .will succeed.     But 'Eternal vigilance  is tile price of freedom," from our subjection   to  tho   oMiotloiifl  of  this   un-  principlcil lia.ig of plutocrats.  1 fail to see how wo can gain from  the opening of a Rample market, but,  nn I havo proved, wo can lone much.  Wo now have honest liibpectors and  honest grades, Our markets arc froo  und opr>n, nnd nm hnyond tln������, manipulation of greedy men, who sock only  to enrich thornr-clvcs 1*4 tho coHt of  tlio ''armors*'.     Let uh ko'ip thorn so.  Yours truly,  ''trs-i".1, 8ask. C.IT.B.  thorities in Austria  Dogs are now being'--employed'by.  the Austrian Customs authbi ities to  hunt down smugglers. They are a  cross'between a greyhound and.a wolf  and are trained to detect persons en-  jdcavoring to cross the frontier with  contraband by attacking the dogs employed by the latter. ���������  The smugglers' doics have " sbowji  themselves ot" great use in carrying  pockets ofjjontraband and eluding the  revenue oihoers at the outposts. Now  they are being-, hunted aiid killed by  the Custom-:' dogs, which aft-rward  lead Customs ofliclaib to the trail.  '] he smugglers tra-netl tbeir dogs by  a course of whipping en one side of  the frcntiet, and feeJiiig on the other.  Then the dog, usually a comparatively  small auimalwbs lla'-e nd the oinn  small animal was fitted with the skin  of a larger dog, usually a"poodle-> and  the space between fnle I with saccharin, tobacco or other contraband.  A While; for a Tii-ti3  A Cleveland' school teacher writes:|  Hint she asked her ciass what was  the difference-between the expressions  "a while" and "a time,", Nobody seemed to have an yidea on t b> subject.  Finally the light',of'Intelligence- w".s  seen to" shine in the-eyes of one little  boy, and theeteaeher called upon him  to save the intellectual Honor of the  class.  "I know, teacher!" he cried eagerly  "When papa says he's going out for  a while, mamma says she knows he's  going out for a time!"       .  That's one Way of looking at it.  ���������Cleveland Plaiu Dealer  Doing One's Best  A man really never knows when he  has reached his best.  Given a reso  lute  will  and  fixity of  purpose,  the  good of today can be made better to-  What's become. of that train you  used to take into the city ha the mornings? asked the city man of- the suburbanite.  ���������?'.  Oh, its been taken off, replied the  suburbanite.   .       ',���������������������������  You must" miss ij?       -  Not as often as I used to.���������Yonk-  ers Statesman.  Leading Man���������Then. I must borrow  ten cents.  Sub-manager���������Why?  Leading Man���������I have    four    day's \  growth upon my chin.      One.cahnoc  play Hamlet in a beard.  Sub-manager���������Um- well���������we'll    put  on Macbeth.���������Punch,  Qh, for a drink from the old oaken  bucket! exclaimed the. early boarder.  Where is it? The old oaken bucket  was unsanitary, explained the farmer.  We have supplied Individual drinking  morrow Tn  ninety-nine"^0s":out of |oUOB- . Instead.--Louisville      Courier-  one hundred. In the matters tha*1  really count progress and improvement are possible right up' to the very  gates of death���������after that we fancv  they will be still more possible. Ad  that is necessary to make our own  best h little better. Is the steady, upward striving. And it is a terribiv  crippling delusion that makes us thln'*"  at any time that we have reached, the  highest and bent that ,h possible for  us. Nothing will send us down in  standard of achievement and purposing quicker than to even secretly  cheti'sh that conviction. Our best  way and only way ought to bo over  ahead of us.���������Christian Gr.urtiiau.  Journal-  Leading man in travelling company  -We play Hamlet tonight, Laddie, do  we not?  Sub-manager���������Yes,   Mr.    Montgomery.  "QiEE how handy my new granary is.  *^ You place four or five of them around  HH your quarter section, This saves time in  harvest hauling to stacks**'  "Th������*!*ll** erro-no*-?***: ������������4>*#i������ In in \irAA Vttrrr errfliri -frfim eacb  stack.  My granary keeps grain clean, dry and unseated.  Ho musty grain, no losses from rats or vermin.   When  ready haul direct to the elevator from tbe granaries;"  "I mate several sizes of this bandy granary.   You can  get 150, 200, 300, 4Q0, 500, 600 and 1000. full meas  ���������ure guaranteed Imperial Bushel sizes (not  small U.S. bushels) and'you setup any  Pedlar Granary in half a u&y. "Remember  you can move it easily any time.   My  Granary saves big money by cutting down  teaming and keeping the grain right"  "See how the man at the left can shovel  grain in from the threshing machine,  2 it has no leg-spout to deliver grain  direct through the manhole ea the roef.  The other man is bagging grain.   Granaries are* had  with, door-section or plain, as desired.   My new Granary  is just right for saving cost.   It pays for itself in a year.  It comes in sections���������-low freight cost.   A boy can set  og.Y:������������������ Write for say descriptive booklet.'  700  ibbh  'Writ* for Booklet No. SS  The Pedlar People Limited,Oshawa.Ont"  ���������WINNIPEG QAT.OAUV   EDMONTOH  76 Lombard St. Crovm Block 563 3rd St.W. Yr  SASKATOON M00BE JAW tETHEEIUQE  Drawer 1645 care Whltlock & Mi\rltttt 323 Plfth St. S  Direct your Inquiry to the Pedlar place nearest you.   They will hnswor you  promptiy Arid    ������av'6 you time. -  "The   Pedlar   Granary   Is   fire* proof.   Think what th^t meansl''  Keep Minard's Liniment In tho house.  Portia  >*n '**������(������������������ *<'b(opf<rliM*; nofl nnlhlngH lo  Unit  girl���������nho'ti a law studunt.  HIm-'h   very   happy.       How  iloon   he  ing  n  law Htndont nffoot hor enso?  Well. hIuVk quick to detect the Incompetent, tlio IrroviM.itit and tho  Immaterial.  Practical  You   walled  two houri*  outnldo  tlu>  Ui*������a-t.n;7      Weren't  you   awfully   bor-  The Troiiblw"*!)!-!!^ Garden Tools  With the coming of Spring it is  Raid those who own motor cars operate them with considerably loss speed  not, howovor, always bocauso of tho  county ordinances or out of consideration for their fellow citi/.en'a safety.  On ono occasion two niotorlHts woro  crawling up a highway where utoly  a friend (then riding with one of  thorn) know they had formerly gone  ,*it. top opeod. Tho friend asked why  tho car was run so elowly.  "Why," explained the driver of tho  car, with porfect nnivote, "evoryn.itly'f,  carrying garden toola now, and you  cant run ovor a man without rlgUm*?  a puncture"  The DunoaiiB had corned bent and  cabbngo for dinnor, and whllo tho  blenBlng was bolng asked, Mrs. Dun-  can observe*" thul tha head of hor  daughter Clara wan not Inclined.  Don't you know, Clara, tiho nnld,  that your lioad should always bo how-  od when you are tuklng part in thu  blubiiliigV  Hut mamma, tho child prototstod, I  wasn't Inking part in tho blivulug; T  don't llko corned hoof and cabbage.  Why did your cashier Icavo tho  '���������ountvy?  Monily bonause It was tho only  thing ho couldn't tuko with him.  'SsSSg^'  Amundsen Discovered The South Pole Hut Scott Remains To Polish It Vp*  "Unther not.      1  had  a Hinall  boll.li> I i;i;4WICiC,*MMUCa*������|g*y|l.**!tfl^VI>l.ai  (,4> M,'*r"1 with m������* :������u:l "f tunic tlio ������poU  off* th������' inan'H coat Ju front or nm.--  Klh'Ki'.iHlo Ulutter.  ������������������< 1 .    1     .     4 -   -A.  J   /4I_    A,A.,, A   JJJf       li-^V.  Atr  \kiu-rx   iMnnrnnri-   1st   P.11st  I    Wo   nr*   afraid   that   thn   Hoiilhcni  |,.dii"i,   "Wh-'������   ������M.y������   '"���������   ������>������Ot,   Jll'.n   ���������:.   CU1K1,  |t������ i������otti*r a������on than hoard nuvor waw  '������ real poct���������Cloveland Dealer.  w,*mBWMf~.0H������%  ������irii inl' iir,ti/'vi ' 'iT'.ui-' .1 mm .������-p  ^."m^T^'Vi^  .'.    liih    At ,������n di'.i'i f'i (,'''' iin ii% , "'ik  tely free front Acid, Titr-  pentine or other iiijurioutt  jngieilicntH,     It'fl good for  yyjxxx ..i4vj<...i.  SHOi: flH BSH  \V������1I  iint" ruh off or noil llic*  dijintictst gonnent. Ih quick,  brilliant nnd laiiting.  Mo other even hnlf as jjoorl.  ������������������11   T\#v*������ Ifr-tw***  * ^s ^      ~4-  ;:  ��������� I  ft  4i^ B -    M  r\: ������ u 1 iPTlT*'      ��������� *���������.!  ':  ���������"���������'Oib-l'UNfT Avr .ToionU,. Jliu^Trt ill*! 4/C.i
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THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.
HE TIDE OF IMMiaATION
TO THE PRAIRIE PROVINCE
'���'ly.WSttMSSBISffiSaBIS"
; "���4V-:?J."i^-i'f��5^%'-fOT'
^-.-,'v!-",g'gl��i'r;fi;*A^a��t!
MAY  HAVE TWO     NAVA'-    UNITS
Manitoba   Takes the Lead    During   the   Past   Year in
Securing New Settlers, but Many go to Saskatche-    >
wan, Alberta and British Columbia.
Ottawa.���That the efforts of- th-s
Manitoba government and 'the "MH-
IIon-for-Manltoba" ,|eague to turn the
tide of immigration toward the province is proving highly successful already, is shown by official figures of
the departments <>f the Intel ior.
There were ten thousand moie immigrants settled In Manitoba during
,ne iasi fiscal year than the jeai previous, and. the rates of the ilrst month
of the present year shows, that ail *e*
cords for Manitoba will be pas-sed this
year. v
Mo^t of the new settlers are wealthy
farmers wiho are purchasing improved
properties.      The   official    ugares   of
The British immigrants totalled 138-
121. and American. 133,710, From
Europe came 82,406 settlers.
Of the British Isles, 96,806 were
rrom England; 32,988 from Scotland,
and 8,327 trom Ireland.
len years ngn -the British immigration only amounted to 11,810
were debarred at ocean
only, S72 as compared
yea? 1910-11.     Of theBe
were for lack of funds, while the year
previous, 1038 were debarred ior the
dame reason.
Ol the British immia:rntion bonuses
weic paid or a*3,1a3, or J.S.7& per cent. '
Two   Dreadnoughts,     Four    Cruisers,
and  Auxiliary vessels on * Pacific
1 and Atlantic
Ottawa.���-An interesting rumor ia
in circulation anent the naval proposals which, it is said, are likely to
be made by Premiei Borden and his
colleagues to the admiralty.
It is said that Canada will propose
that the British admiralty maintain
naval units of two Dreadnoughts, four
cruisers and auxiliary vessels *on the
Pacific and Atlantic coasts, Canada to pay for the upkeep of these two
unite.
* Canada, tinder these proposals, it is
said, would provide large dry docks
on both coasts. Of course, Premier
Hordeo declines to discuss the report
n��5^*��* -*�� a ��f ii  tr**j?  *��� %,���?        . ��   ST.;,-!
mw   �� awftiifsw   Link
PLAN NEW ROAD TO'PENETRATE
THE  NORTH  COUNTRY
A   Railway  From   Montreal   North,  vo
tne public to buy -Inly and September  T-JliS?
wheat sueculati-ueiy, By the seconl
week of this month, when the advance s
had reached the Oguies mentiont.il
above, the damage reports had begt.n
to lose their influence and were replaced by favouiable reports irom the
hard winter wheat state-s, Oklahoma,
James Bay Appears to be Now A.-. Kansas, and Nebraska, and then t.h ��
sured���The   Canadian   Government} markets paused, held fairly steady fo
i��l&
Ik* Kg MB* A v
���������&fiWLmWLm%$��8Sm.
timmmmmmm
.;���......-��� '.o.rx, .:.-;~v.,*a"ir��i*-:ir.,.^'i-T!i;"i"Jiaisa
Has Guaranteed a Subsidy.
i a   week  without  any   further  bullion
  [stimulus appearing, and for lack of ii
Monti eal.���Announcement has been ��� ������?��-* inevitable reaction started.      Th>
made that th.e contemplated railroad
irom Montreal to James Bay is nov*
assured. The Canadian government
has guaranteed a certain subsidy and
the province of Quebec has pledge.',
itseif to a very' large land subsidy
This material financial aid will en
able those in charge to begin construe
big professional operators who hal
bought freely on the upward movement
sold out their holdings a& quietly as
possible, securing good profits. Th "*
more wide awake cimoii& the public
also got out as quickly    as    poesiM ��,
LESSON      X���SECOND       QUARTS*?.*',-'
FOR JUNE 9��� 1912 '. '-'ti'ti
Text of the Lesson, Luke    vi.,   39,-43;"
Memory Verses,'47-49���Golden T.e?c**��
Jas. 1, 22���Commentary Prepared !5y
Rev. D. M. Stearns. "     r-~J~~-'
iii
) vi I
This seems to be our last study, Spr-
the present from the sermons .on' tire*'
mount and on the plain and ^enxinds ���'  Y^g
u= of one of our Lord's sayings on the   * - .
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and   ultimate*   tnat   the   government !u k   fcpee*.iiv.       Unl'ess     Pres
cnipsrct-*
issue Order as  Result
of Agitation
he considered the project with disfa*.
or  and   even   with   incredulity.   Some
being helped along by bear opeiators
selling short. There has been a decline of around Tc from iu^ iVgh
points around May 7th to the lovv
points reached on  Monday the  2('th.
"(���Ml-iS show tnat 43.<i77 new wettiers;
gave as their destination Manitoba, as
compared  with* 34,053,    the    previous
year.
Sabka.tehev.aii obtained 40,15s, an increase of ��>lx thousand, and Alberta
45.9W. an increase of a thousand:
British Columbia figures being 51,Si3.
a slight falling off
Ontario is given the credit for obtaining the lion's share ot the immigration the totali being 100,227. However this does not take Into account
the vast immigration of Ontario farm
ers westward or the face that
"Rritigli settlers, after a short stay m
Ontario struck for the prairie province.
Qnebee's share was 50.502, and the
maritime  provinces.  15,973.      Of las'.
Berlin.���The    Tagliche    Rundschau
arid 3,613 of the American immigration.  S-.f^f9. \ rfSU}u ��f * thfu St ��ns
of  the  i*allway   men   who  were  rerylji""*18 '��*cfa ��"  muuaay  uie  ^<;uj.
.'closely associated with President Hay* }The, viewpoint    of the    market    nas V��
irenf,i-t*.ii   him   na  ���>nv.n<>-<*><.   thnt   the -again changed.      The United    States tj
4AA.V.    A.,UO.A>   VX    1.11,9   /AUJCJ IV��U    144. JA> I t�� J AA. A _V Ai,    [ , A _ A1 ������ , .       J.._,,._.^.     ���-.      ,L.      _ ���__ .
01* 2.7S Dei* eeiit   an,i 2 111/ Euro*JO<Mi !a����tatiot* against duelling in the arm-,
01   &. at  pn   eei'i.  una  ��,,Lxii jJiujope-n   lt   *a .nnnn.mnaA   ������   t,i���u   miittaw   ���i-
settlers, or 2.5G per cent
During the last year 39,151 homesteads were entered on. o..*"?:* ol
���^e entries weie English, 1,041 were
Scottish, 47G Irish and 10.97S Amer',
cans. The European ' entries were
SGI.
The immigration authorities figure
lhat 20 per cent of the English. IS p��*r
cent of the Scottish, 23 per cent of the
Irish, 3C per cent American and 31
per cent Europeans took up home
! steads. Of last year's immigration
which arrived at ocean ports 72,S2tf
are classed as fa'-Tneis. fil,���52 as -general laborers, 24,133 as mechanic's, 14,-
158 as clerks and trades, 14,343 as
miners and 18,390 as domestics
The cost of obtaining Canada's 3r>-?-
year's S.i4,237 new seltlers, more than!nun immigrants v.as $i.0S0,20S, or u:i- (
a third  were from  United  Kingdon.. jder three dollars a head. i
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it is "announced in high military circles that the Emperor soon will issue an' ordor forbidding duels except
in rare instances where honor* haiS
been grossly offended. The order
will have a particular bearing on
cases.where a refusal to fight Is made
en religious grounds-
ROUND THE HORN
HAS FOUND PERFECT SPHINX
Pctrie Also  Reports  Remarkable  Discovery of Egyptian Fortress
Loudon.���Details of the season's results in exploration  by    tin*    British
School  of Archaeology iii   Egypt are
aaaa.o for j described in Prof.  Flinders Fetrie  *.-���->
Ralls Being Shipped from Cape Breton to British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C.���T. G. Holt, executive agent of the Canadian Northern
railway, is advised that a steamer
with a <*aigo of 300, tons of
the Pacific section of the road will | gigantic. An alabaster aphinx twen-
/sail ..next month from Sydney, Cape' j ty-six feet long, -and fourteen fe��-C
Breton, for Port Mann. The vessel)high which weighed eighty tons was
*s Gxpcctpd to reaen its uesi iiiation ilourd av Memphis The f<4ee ii- as
in August- The rails will be used in perfect as when it was caived in 13o0
laying the tracks from Hope to Yale,   -i.e.
a distance of 35 miles. Other vessels Earthem fortress walls over one
with similar cargoes will follow latei hundred feet thiol and a quarter of
in the summer. jti ������>,.*��? across wore disc .'red at Hel-
���'���  liopolis.     They pKi*->ab!y date ba<?k to
SPEND   REMAINING   DAYS  THERE 'the etirly '.aiU-i' i-.va��lon
  . ' * A   eemetety   was    liscivcred   thirtj
Sir Charles Tupper Quits England as  miles   0mith  of Cairo   wi*h   dates  o
Hotnt-^iwl will Live in Vancouver    jthe  stones from the earliest histouc
.���,..    ""*��,��.           ,               /-.      ,i        age down to the period of the pyra
Ottawa.���The     veteran      Ganadian  ,,?,,T���       t .-   . ��-    a- >    ,i    .-      .
n��Ids. Linen was found tiiere ot
v hich X/Sie bhecls v eis* uack ..o the
eleventh djna^ty.        Thoy    v. ere    as
su'tesman and  sole surviving Fati-e'-
of Contederation, i.*ir Charles Tupper
-passed   through   Oltmtv.fi   recently   aj**- (white  and as swoet as if they were
Kis way to Vancouver where he -wi 1 J j^ trom the loor..
Spend* his   remaining   days   with   his
son, 'Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper.
Sir Charles, who has resided in England for the last few years with lauy
Tupper, was recently bereaved by tlie
death of his wife. After bringing the
body of i-.ady Tupper to Canada and
seeing it intened In their native prov- j
GRAIN CofvssviiSSiCN
Announcement of General Policy to be
Made Shortly
Otrawa.���Prof. Magill, VV. D. Staples
and P. N. Gibbs, members of the Can-
ince of Nova Scotia, he has now de-jada grain commission, who have been
i Ided to spend the rest of his life in J in Ottawa for several days conferring
the Dominion, the welding together of "I
which he played spch a cousplcuou
part half a century ago.
Prince Arthur Gets Special Leave
' Ijondon.���Prince Arthur of Connaught is to be granted special leave
from the army in order to pay a visi1-
to his parents In Canada during tho
autumn.
He will join the king at Balmoral
in,September and may go west after
wards so as to get some sport during
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iae iuii.
The expected" presence of Princes*.
Patricia in London for the midsummer"'
season is now postponed until next
year In oVder to enable her to servo
as the companion of the DuchesB or
Connaught when she accompanies ,thc
governor-general upon the extended
tour of Uie Dominion which has no.v
>een planned.
Tobacco Company Merge'*
'''Hamilton*--'-Arrangements have been
practically. .conmimated looking to a
merger of the McDonaW Tobacco
Company of Montreal, and tho Tuck-
ett Tobacco Co. of Hamilton. The rea-
nous given lot* the'merger are ^hat tlio
American^ Tobacco, Trust can be
* a.;... ,,ioi-u eiK-ctlvoly In Canada by
the combined efforts of the two cnn-
cerhs than by each * cutting * the other'**: throat.
FINDS*   WEAPONS  OF  1000  B.C.
Austrian Explorers Make, Discovery In
Pit Within Cavern
Vienna.���An ��� exploration    by   mem'
with Hon. G. B. Foster, minister of
trade and commerce, have left again
for Port William. While here they
reported to the minister on the progress 'which has been made in the organization of the commission since its
appointment, shortly after the house
rose. There was a general discussion
with the minibte.* ot the geji'Mal policy of the government with respect
to terminal elevators and grain sample markets., An announcement of
the general pbllcy?to b��> pursued will,
it is expected, be :r..idevshyrt!y.
im^-'mzmm timgzm&ssmmmmm
reported  him   as  convinced   that   the
proposition, both from a financial and
from a commercial point of view, was!
unworthy the consideration    of    any
business man.
President Hays knew that, so far
as the engineering difficulties were
concerned, they could be overcome. He
knew what the engineers had accomplished in constructing the extension
of the Grand Trunk system to the
Pacific Coast. But be did not believ s
that the short season���not more than
three months���in which James Bay
and Hudson Bay are free from ico
was a sufficient time to permit ocean
steamship beivice from James Bay to
Europe to be commercially practicable.
Yet President Hays forecasted the
future of Canada, and especially oi
British North America, with a keen
er and more farsighted vision uian auij
of the great railway intellects in
Canadian railway construction. He
had an abundant faith in the resources
visible supply is seen to be decreasing
heavily. The damage reports are
Neing rev'veu. The spring wheat
crop in the United States has had a
iairly favouiable start, but there is
believed to be a large decrease in the
ords in Luke vui, 21, "My motn^r
and my ���"'�����At��Iren n���*''-, ���"--���'' whieh he'-t*
the wor-a of God and do .t." In v^rse*'
4G of our lesson His words, "Why
call ye me Lord, Lord, and do nobther
tilings which I say?" are very simil<-*r
to Matt, vii, 21, "Not every one that^
feaith unto me, Lord. Lord, shall ent"��r
'.nto the kingdom of heaven, but*^h*��
thai doeth the will off 'my Fatbei?
which  is  in  heaven."    *" There  is  u>'
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acreage.     Tip world ���^ ^ing^mhid-1 con*fllct between all Bimilar    saying8
ed that the United States wheat crop
is not grown yet, and wnile most of it
is green and flourishing in appearance
much of the winter wheat is thin on
the ground and weedy, and all of it
has its "moist critical time before it
and the markets have aavanctd 2c to
3c from the low points reached on
the 20th in3i. The large decrease
in the United States visible supjJy
in the last two weeks is attractmg attention as is also tne smaiinesB of tne
world's exports last week as compared
-nd such words as these: "Being justified freely by His grace." "To hini
that worketh not, but believetb on
Him that justifieth the ungodly. ,hl3
faith is counted for righteousness.'*.
"By grace are ye saved through faita.
not of works" "MoL by works ol"
righteousness which  we  have  done/'
*�������*-,*.*..    ...,    *-��,     A,.    *J,     XJt\fXl.    AA.    U,     v,       j. .   .
iii,   5).       The  former  texts   sefer  lo
pared with a liberal mcvea*-.e last yeai. t
Albug with these, the primary receipts ! v. >th an a*vful warning that^no mere
Ut      ClavU
<?ritisi' lx"   V"-7
..:������������:   ii.'���.t^ti ^..^.v, " a*.-v   tVi<��1"sav so"' on our Dart will suffice  There"*
aa&
J. W-  McNicol, of Lethbridge,  Chairman   of  ihe   Exposition   Committee
Dry-Farmed Products, Machinery,
Sanitation and Labor-Saving Devices, to be held at Lethbridj-e,
Alberta,  October 21-26.
EUROPEAN   CONDITIONS
People's Atientiou Absorbed by utter-
national    Politics
London.���For the moment international politics are absorbing European
attention- Premier Asquith's visit to
the Mediterranean to meet Viscount
Kitchener and his subsequent visit to
Bizerta aie causing people to ask.
"Does It mean an Anglo-French alliance, or will Anglo-German relatioiv-
improve?"
Russia's immediate aims are stili
puzzling everyone. There is now less
hope of a nearly end of the Turco-
Italian wai*. Still no fear is felt
ever any spread of "hostilities thi.-.
year.
The Berlin Bourse settlement this
week is expected to end smoothly, but
the settlement at the end of June is
feared, as it is almost ceitain to pio-
du.ee great pressure.'..,
Germany is bidding for ��� loans here
for two months at high rates. English
trade is very excited.
North America which-until a few yeara
has been presumed to be a forest and
desert defiant of the approach of man.
He assured his business associates
tnat Immigration would penetrate the
wilds of British North America and in
the course of a few years would d>
vr-lop the agricultural and the timber
resources   to  commercial   profit   both
for the railroads and for the pioneers.
He  fixed  upon   a   seaport  just   below the southern boundary of Alaska,
which was to he the Pacific termma'
coutenipIating""a commerce from thav.
port  that  would   utilize  the   Panama
canal and would also extend across the
Pacific.     He also decided to conquer
for the Grand Trunk system a part at
least, of New England.      What effect
his   death   will   have   upon   the* skillfully conceived plan "which originated
in his own mind and had for its consummation an entrance into the city o.
Boston, remains to be developed. The
Grand Trunk, through one of its allies
the   Central,   of  Vermont,   secured   a
right of way from a point a little east
of Springfield, Mass., to    Providence,
ft.l. . .
week bhov,   ^oasido:ubIy ie?E t*>a�� ow  will be many who profess,to be'the
same dayw last *,ear. and the primary
duipments snow coii&iderablj; larger.
If this comparison cimtlnuea to the
same degree in*'fha next three or fonr
weeka the United States visible which
has looked so big all winter, will have
become less thsCn it was a year ago.
Last year, &.\r.ir.5 tc the "sry warT*n
diy w-ather the United States vv inter
wheat had an early harvest; this
year there is the prospect that it will
be a late one= Last week the United
Slates visible supply Jecreaseo ��,012,-
000 bus., compared, wiih a de��."*'e<iSe
of only 506,000 bus. same week last
year and it now stands at 34,568,000
against about 27,101,000 bus. last yeai
The world's shipments last week wer*-
11,356,000 bus. against 1G,2S0,000 bus.
same  week  last year.      The world's
iVADE OVER 200 ASCENTS
Lord's but who are not sincere, mo*; >
horn   f'*om   auove,  to  whom   lie frill*
say in that day, "I never knew you;'-
depart from me ye that work iniquity \
(Matt, vii, 23).     Members of churches'
who are satisfied to be such and rest
on the fact of their baptism in infancy
or confirmation or    standing    in   tha--
elnm-'h or the community, but do,not
liuo-v the foigivcncss of sbis, h-ivim?'"
never been redeemed by the precious
blood of Christ, and   while    in    tbelr
place in church enco a week are wboi-Z
!y in tne world and Ifve only for tbis%
present  world,   how  fearful   their ..fu ,
tare ia  the outer,  where there  shall;
be weeping and    gnashing    of    teeth;
(Matt, viii,  12;     xlil,  42, 50;   xii," 13;.
xxiv, 51;  xxv 30,4j-j. -
While   this   will   be   the   doom   otA
mm
���v.i'iij*;
visible supply according to Bradstreets I many,  it is not for us to judge''.any,
Fenian Raid Veterans'' Re-Union
Ottawa.���A re-uniou of .'all Fenian
raid veterans is being planned by
John P. .MoMlllr.n, oi Cornwall, to be
held In Cornwall some time ;n Juiie,
preferably etween thbe 20th and- Liu*
27th- Overtures uro being made
with "the different railroad companies'
to grant tiie veterans' special rates to
and from Cornwall- from all parts of
ihv> Di-.i.ilnlon. The Duke of Connaught has,been invited to aiteiid nnd
it Is understood- it Is* very' probable
he will accept tho invitation.
Use   Wireless   in   Survey
'."oroiitp���Tlic Ontario government !��
piepnVlng a new map of Ontario which
will show the newly tutde.l territory
of Patricia, next to Afanltobu. Whet*,
thin map ii'iakorf Its .'ipiicai'.'inco before
tho public the now -territory-will be
colored groan. No .irraii'venieiii. has
an yet,'heon <mado- for'surveying the
bern of the Imperial Muhouui Into .tlm' tonutlaiy   between   (liis  pioviuco  und
cavern of Stiint Kair/.lon In tho Knit4t| Manitoba.     in "doing this work, wire-
Mountains Una  ylolded more than  a  "
thousand  lnon^u iiiiiiluiiiuiilti uuch ai t
nwovdB, axes, lanco lieatlH and veoHola
uuppoacil to date from lono H.C. Thoy
were all found nt tho bottom of a pit
150 feot deep within the cavern. It,
it�� BUggcs'ted thoy wero thrown In tlicr"
00 a saorlflco to a subterranean deity.
Ions telegraphy will probably bo usod,
ono i-Unlou being .c^tablljihcd ut Port
Nt'lHO' .
Bordon and Hazen to go to England
Ottawa.���Official announcement is
now made that Premier Borden and.
Mon. J. D.-Hazen, Minister of Marine,
and Fisheries,'- will go* to England,
sailing on: Juno 128 .and arriving In
London July 4 or B.
The object of the visit is to eon-
for with tin* Imperial government and
one other; member of the cabinet
whosi? name is not yet announced will
go also.?   .-��� ���' ?     -. ���    '. ,'���.-.' ������'��� -:���.-. .'���'. t
.. It may safely be aasumed; that the
Empire question and the Canadian
part in the-naval defence of the ifim-
plro   will   figure   prominently   in   the
dtBCllSSlOll,
decreased last wjtk 4,710,000 bus-
again st an increase of 5,030,000 bus.
last yeai*. Since the lot July, 1S11,
to date, the suipments fiom exporting
countries to importing countries have
beer. 10~,O00,0OO bus. less than in the
same period of 1810-1911. While the
price making fact-a- tor the present
and immediate future is the supply to
meet the current demand up to the
jviino new crops begin to move out of
'the farmers' hands, that for the more
distant future will be the prospect for
the yield of the new crops,. At the pre-
se��t time there is uo ecrtamt> that
1be pioduction ot wh**-at m the crop
year 1012-1913 will be larger than for
the previous year, but with good growing conditions in .he largt-i producing
countries, it may be. Jus*' now it
looks certain that the United StaTos
will produce leas, but a favorable sea
Held Picture Show Owner for^Murder
Villa Real. Spain,-��� Eighteen of th.:*
vliUiniti ot Monday's Uro in tlio niov-
lug plcturo hounc bavn not yet been
ldcntlfle'l and probably novor. can be,
an thclt bodlos arc badly clmrreib
Five of the Injured died In the ho��
pltal today.
The  proprU'leir *if  thn  thoatro  has
been arreotcd charged with murder.
Fewer Cattle Shipped Kant
T.l*thhviili>o���-VV. ll. Hlii. a proininetit
Cu1k<*-i'.v ��'��ttl�� jvuittnato, who la on ,���*
visit hern aaya that vary few cattle
will br* nhlppod from Alberta to I'lmt-
era marhotH thla aoanon.
Mllltla Training Camps
Ottawa.���That U'or*\win bc�� 14 large
tiuiiiiii'* cainpti ut: tlio' i,.uim iiiuilc. as
Fetowawa next your Is Cob Sam
J-lugliou' plan for ������conoinizlng in tho
prenont cxpoiitsoi to bring tho mllUiu
to tlio training campn. Thin will
uicun  Ui new ���.���unii'.s.
Vhoivi will' bf loi'ntofl ii, HiUiKntrho-
wait one new iraininj;' camp iu (lie
north and another In-the nonrli, wliilo
tho Hume will, apply to Hritlah Col*
uiiibln Mini Manitoba.
Gurvey Vnnoouvnr Port
Ottawa.���-The govonunepl has docjd-
f,1    ll,    MIIIK^    41   l'lll|l)l|,,1.1    nm VII,    1,1    l-l.i.
iiort  ot ^Vancouver,   with   a  view   to
laying   out   a   big   dork   and   hurbor
scheme
Panama Canal Regulnt'oria
WaiiliiniUoii? : - floerofary Btlmacn
told tl.e utiUe commit lot- on J titer-
Qt'Mwi catiillm that ho favored normlt-
diiK rall.'o.'d owned r.ticfttuijh'.ijy if* tt;i��
the Panama Canal under ri*KUlatlo*'B
,f tlio iuu.i'Ml.itii i!Oiiiiiii��rce roininiii-
i-lon. Tlie ,��.;*t*rot.try declared that he
would not exeluib* rail rem d shlpw li**foi'o
wroim had been cominltteil any nuro
I Imu  lie  vvinuo  "n-w u miin  mhhi   ,u
He favoi'��,<�� tiiM* name tollu for ilouioa-
tie  and   foraluru   vi��hho1-��,   provided   it
Hold U.S. Hor*��"*s In Canada
Lethbridge���In tlie hclgbborhoorl of
seventy, lniad of American horses .artf
bolng held at Milk Rlyer-'station by
the Mounted Police. These an Inula
wore foiuici gras'ing in Canadian territory ou tho property of Mr. Farrell
of Sweet Grass,��� Montuna, - *' .Tuat aa
to what the Dominion government-will'
do with tho animals is not yet known.
To Abolish China's Opium Traffic
London,���Tlie i-'okiug coi'ubpijudcnt
of tho Dally Telegraph auya thot a
Htrlngont antjopinm bill Is now before
the adviHory council. It alms at tho
total HiipproHHton of tho traflle bo-
1'iiio December  .11..
Jameo Roea Very III. ,
Southamplon, England.���.Tamea Ross,
tho Canadian coal and Hied nuignalu
ih roporlcd lu" be ���.crioiu'il.v 111, t-.o
much ��>i> that a London apecialiHt ha.-i
been called into conlaillation.
The Criminal Brigade
Pat*ls.���-ln pnrananco of the recent
rloclHlon ol tbo PiuIh niun.clpal council
a new hrauch o** Iho pollr.o, called tlio
criminal brlgado, has tiooii organlzod,
coniiibtlnfe of 200 niun,
MRS. AS8HEITON HARBORD
Lont'on���-The Royal Aero Club haa
granted an aeronaut's certificato to
Mrs: Assheton Harbord, who .has carried out the proscribed tests, including a'soiy -.itsui-nt from London iifh'.-r
ballon Mercury, whon alio remained
alone in the uppor atnrisphot'o for
nearly three bourn.
one, but to see to it that we ourselves
are truly the Lord's and live to belli"
others to be truly His and to let Him
work in us to will and to do ofjHi3
good pleasure (verses 37, 38; Phil, ii,-
1?,). If we do not see clearly ourselves
we cannot lead others, and in Matt,
vii, 15, we are told of false propitets
who outwardly seem to be sheep'/bnt *
inwardly are ravening wolves, not' llv-;
ins to ne-p the sheep but to devour
them. These are more fullv described in Jer. xxiii,< 14-20, as spe��*u.iA{*,
a vision of their own heart, prophesy-!
ing deceit, making people vain, encouraging evildoers ana tening them that
no evil would come upon tbem, .perverting the words of the living God.
Such people wanted to kill Jeremiah,
because he spoke only what the ��>ord
told him (Jer. xxiv. T-ll). The word
of the Lord is not acceptable to tha
���son for the spring wheat may improve J world and especially to the worluly
the prospect. In Western Canada the | part of the church, which cannot en-
seeding season has been a mixed one i dure   sound doctrine'.  ���   Our  Lord   so
as regards weather, there Having L-een
an unusual quantity oi rain nnd cool
weather. It is difficult to estimate
the. acreage yet, but it is not nearly
so large as it would have boon with a
drijar seed-time. A great deal of the
fjaod has been run into ��tnbble land
without plowing, and much of the seed
taught his disciples and talked  'with
His Father about it (John xv. 18, 19,
xvii, J4). The margin of lesson, vers��
40, says that every disciple' Bhall be
perfected,., as his Master and'Heb?; 11,?;
a".., says that the captain bf?6ur��sal-:���':
vation was made perfect through? ,suf?\
tarings.      He  was always  absolutely? V
*      ~ ���     ���',._'''   friL.1.'     *���������..�� i_ -   \"_ i. i :_'������''."'
 forlor. and it\yiH need a favorable-{perfect, but as our High PrleBt,-'abiei
season during ,the next three. liiontliB | to-. synipathi/.o.' He . had to be tried,
for good results. ��� In-Europe the re- [Heb.il, 17, 18) and to learn, obedience,
ports read -a? If fair vav^rage er<M>a by the things which He suaerod (I-Ielj.
might be.'expected if average weather I v,-8, 0)'.".     ���'-.";'���',-..'.'ti'-ti..���-,���, '?   K?
condition'1', continue till crops are se-1 According to out* Lord's 'heart
cared. It Is how''..-seed-tiine in A us-; searching teaching when we think that
Iralla and the Argentine. 'Conditions ]we see failings in others we must re-
are .. favor'able in the latter country, member t.hatY while there may bo a
but the weather in Aus-lralla hiis; bcei* jtrltle wrong--with the other-party,1 the
too dry. and there Is talk of a-decrease \ probability Is that the greatest trouble
in the acreage for the, new crop.--Whatever uevv crops may: ttini out tb.e
world Is going to bejiiti the new reason with a very small suriibiu of old.
whout iu both visible a)id invlslhli"'
supplies.
is at bur. own on ii.   , We are not therefore to Judge ono another i;any; more, <
but  endeavor  hot to j,;bo ;,;av' stumbling,
block iii ��� aiiot.hor'a way (Rom? xlv,'. 13j. ,'
Anibltiouti  to   be  quiet   and   to   nilnrl
one's own'btisinosa (i Tli����i��.'Jv. 11", RY
Our '.Winnipeg    markot    has    bopji'V".,  margin,  and  Weymoi't..,, and so
'iu  4*Zi>lwL,'lA.i.  .'.viuMu/i  CwwUt  -r.eei
Loiulon,���The adinlially lnt�� iu\o, uc-
coriiiiiK lo thy Cliiouicln, lu. ..'.-tahlitiJi
.ivlaiion scout - Uuhci* .ilong <ho wl olu
��� f Grout Rrltiilu'H (hihtcrii I'oant.
THE 1ARKET REPORT
Weokly Grain Letter Supplied 'by
Thompson, Sons &. Co., Grain Mer-
chnnto, Wlnnipej*.
Winnipeg, May 22.���Tlio grad-ud
weakening "f the wheat mark .its
wiiicli became *o pronounced' during |
last .wook culminated on Monday of
t.ItfH- week witii another decline of 1c
to JVC,C- Hi.-Sh poiut�� of t.n�� recent
largo advance in tho United Statea
marltetu we.-e reachod about tue 7i.lt
inat. The advnnce began about lith
lo :)Ui April when the damage to tiio
soil, wiiitor vv.,<4it cr ipK* in uhlo, Indiana. lll'nolH, and Mi-*ni>uri bonan telle confirmed by tho invontlgatioiis and
reports of pilvnto crop expert!*, which
later wore oillclally vahduteil by tho
Govni'li" v.s.i'h ."-I >,s e-r.-p ivporl. Vhah
the bp;?,lnnln/v nr April up lo aljoui. Iho
7th |nut. tliMi-e was a gradual uitvaiic?
In pricoa In tho apoculuiivr- niarkots
with aliuoBt no vouctlona, the advance
running from 10c. to 17c. pvr bunliol
accordlag to the different' markois.
Caah prlci'H followeel tlio Mpociilntivo
prlccB, although reluctantly. Of
coufBti thlH lurjw nilvanco waa con*
i'n<*d   to  tin'   Unlt'-.'il   Sliitou   mark*j.
comparatively ��� steady-'- and firm,. Dnr-
Ju�� the weakness in;the' markotK In
the forepart o( tho week under revlnw
to aliido aa branches that the vino:
may bear the desired fruit unhitideircd.
The hint clauao of  lesaon,  vcihc , -lij.
tlu* donumd for caah wheat was <i\t:or?iBayB, "Of the abvmdanco of the heart
Hut. with the: advance in .prici-n in tholtbo.   . 1011U1    apoaketh." Comparo;
liiat   two   claya   a   good -'demand   ban  Matt,  xii, M. ... "Tho  mouth,   of; fools ;
pprung up again.      Receipts from iiu>|pmivoth out foolishness a wholesome
country continue liberal, and conuni j tongue bi a tree of llfo" (Prov. xy. ;2f ���
a larger proportion of tho'higher gvado I'O.     I bave Juet roeelvod a letter cpiv
owing  to   elevator  compaulos  iiaviiig je-'ovnlng one who waa filled vylth pltv
fihippcil out thoir low gradea and kept ,fov two othera behind whom alio walkYY
tlio host wheat to the laat;.     The move- jed wIiobii   coiiveiHation   waa   wholly
ment east by lake'has been very largo, 'concerning,dreau   and    tho    faohlons,'
and  urmiiml  uUn-a*, aiv iiovv  getting ,Mnoi\ ��bo r<?un'' bevtiolf in a ahoppliiii;
tlown to a moderate size.      To-day's
cash prlcoH arc: 1 Nor., $104%; 2 Nov..
.101.%;  3 Nor, .'0%��.:   N<i . 4     who it,
dlatrlct and  somewhat faaclnatod by*
the  very thlnga sho hatl  coiuJonino<l"
ln otlw*r��,      As Hho    paaaed    on , tho
87c,7 No.  5." 74'V{sf*r."   No. fi.'fMe'..    i'Vi7' j worda held hor, "Ah he thlnkcth ln?lifc
rysc; No. 2 Alhortn Rnd Wlntor. !>7(!
No. 3 A.R., H5c; , ISIo. 1 A .11., S.Sc.
Futures closud: May, $101%; July,
105%: October, 1)0%.
Oats���"*'
The oril mnrkr-t had n'dtf fi -Vo'iiv
hoart. ro la ho." ���.���'rov. xxlli, 7). Hein��
iihIiiiiiumI, Hhe uotcrmiuod to IU1 hcruelZ
with the words of Josha that ��� her,
thoughts might be moro like him,' Sho
found It a aplehdhl remo<ly: and", IniW
alne'.i* bean greatly bJcased iu tlio. m��o
Iho May optloi, loeln** 4c ]\er bnulir*!, |J>< lllttl Word*, tlnu, luxd. ui> In , lu;.
floaing in 44-yj, ..,. .Mf-isd-iy agalu;-.:. 'V'-'iri. ' -rhla ih h i..-iUlrft , tlliiatrtt.
���!8%o laat Wcduoailay. Tlie* feed graelea i!,fUI."/. 1Vov-.x3(n' !8'.^^ w,'l.,P" h ^ti'
���i,;
,'tvr t'i-*'''**iAi-"��Tt*"v
doclinod only 2c, There ban bean ��
recovery of 1c to l*4c since Monday,
and tiio domain) ks good,again. Today'a naali piJcuH aiu; 2 Caiidilian
Woeteni, 46e.: �� C.W��� 'HVjc; lux. i
Futuidi ("loacd; May , otaoln uioii.I
IM, 43%c;  I Fd. iZV*c;  2  Fd., 4\y^(r,
have for ninny voara proved ib my llfo
and ti'tic.hiiig. It la poaalbie to bo a
w��l) of Ilvliig water aprliiglnK up for,
ihii bonalU of othera- ;  '   .
To Educate- Young Farmer*
l4onilnn���The Rovernuient   of   Now
^i'iiluiu'1 biti'iidB   to   eduenir*    younj;
n.,,.A.i,   ii   i.;.��,  ;,     ; i*-t :*.-.���;:''.*?!"*'���'*;     In  !f��r*r'*"*/--���-
IItunica la all grain mar.<et*i ovor tho |    Tho' barley markt't    ia    ejuict    ami ifui'tiioi'ii in the neat immr.    ,',i-h..,������������'**'
world.     The fuel if. how����v��*i', that tlH'|prlr����u itmiilnul. J hie.t. hni', alhitteil a lftrgo Hum for tho-
^illd  not  vluluU' a'i> *i.*i'"ii��y   ivmijaim.   , luil on niiii if h:> lA-ut; i.l cii 1.
wlu-at aiuiallou in Ihe Unitod Klatcu'
in tlu'iui latter dioa lima very .clone to]
a  wholly  domestic  propotdiiuii,  wlui.-
......     ...   ..���    r... ..,    ���   '*���,'������   ^v>:'   ���������<i.**,��'r��   oolnlu   lo   n   niirllil
th.. imioHIi-.i1 r.l(��..tion�� of l/ion-Plau-e Itnliure of tho crop.     The pvobpoct or|4>lo����tl: May **SI.jjs; July, -n.an^. iiuuu   uuuiu..,. -* .��,"i.��i.,fc,A-,4,AM,.v.^iMw��'
Krani'f, ban oiiinillli led nu'oni'i mi real-iniKiicr   pra-i-r   u*,   iim   i��>-,.....   ai   ;;;;;); j     .vii   tail.  .   '.j ,,'.   .;!.��. ^   ���;,   I,.:..,.,! !*?.!;!  *;.'   ;,.!',>  !n-��vn^��ln-*�� in   lov-nnrMAii'-'
l/liiK tlui reHpoiiMlbilitlMH vibiili tvouhl   " 	
Tho llax market contlnuca firm, and
to-iluY'tj. cai-b pi'lcca arc 1 N.V>'. ?2.01;*
1 Mini.. Sl.flfi; Rcjeotcd. $1.7��. FiitureH
Mnimiiliati' m i-t;iInn of uppiciiLlceb'
Oiiarti-ia at the exporlmontal, furnt
0.it aide Wellington. Tim hull* will ho
inntructart  by o flic era of the agricul-
diUiiitRii n-pt-rta hrojidfiifd tli�� irni*����f| |on <lol I very In aloro Fort VVUliam and  to the degree or muutttry und ability.  ���
it'Uucii  i..u;.!.i *i  lu  Am 11, uml niailei!  Part  Arthur, hIiowii hy the Htuil-'itt**, ISt-iv  sut....-  18.'  SI?  ft  i:  tr ���������>...** :**���������������--���������  *0s^asMw������Mi������|s-M-(si  LOCAL AGENTS   FOR  Ford, Mitchell, Oakland, Oldsmqbilc,  Russell Cars.  Mtickiiey Gas Engines nnd Flanders  'Motor Cycles. Pump-Jacks, Pumps  and Water Tanks,  Repairs for Bicycles, Gas Engines  and Motor Cars.  COHMUNICATION  r .0  .^.���������:  #  a:  /������ AIVaT  THE KOOTENAY GARAGE ^^^j-^iv  /?. 3. BEVAN, MANAGER ORESTON BRA NO H  WjmWJJtMNZfWJimmmP.M  mSjimFSSSsSS!:*.  ty*0AAAAAAt*t&frA^<S/^^^*������S*&^A/*/*/**%A/<Wif>**f****i  ������  * Tfcfi Cfl&tfiii Hirrifir mm. \  Billiards and Poo!  JftJ&sa    f^OOSSl    S^S^Sfe*.  Hot or Gold Baths |  At Any Hour J  II    -  Cigars and Cigarettes   IS  Razors  Ground and Set.  SAM HATF!ELD, Prao  ' -^usr m        ������ t������   w    ��������� a        ��������� <r t������  ���������       " a   timmmmm  mmmm lkw^r   Q       I    I  ""si*' ^f  JWjjj ,UUti%<^*>i������l**ii**k*,>kAl*M'lJl*a^^ MViiAAA't  A*  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  8 O. tiASB Surveyor and Akchmbct  Plana and Speeific&tisns  ���������CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. E. HALiTd. D. S.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  ���������JSrosee���������Bakes Street.  CkANjskoQk,  13,  -O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  OOHSOIaTING   Bngzheer  CRESTON  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & ca;.  Rcfel Estate and Insurance.  HOUSBS TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  Best ������eiitistry  48'  p       ��������� .    ..-,-. fa  M    For the next tliirtv days j������  | I will give   ten  per cent f  _ *^  s"v go?  ������ discount ou   all   work if ft  ������ you bring this announce��������� ������  ���������a  *r  ������3  1551  4*i  Sr������XS*������astiRan  S 4 2������3ta* st-xli ft S. C������r. tRlverslde w  H  & oO-WSTu S^&ffSZ 33ssb.  San Francisco, iVlay S9~~ George C  Roeding of Fresno has been appoinUuI  Chief of the Department of Horticulture of the Pa-haimvP-ieific Ititi'i'i.;it-  ional Exposition. Roediug is a Native  Son and has gained great fame as tho  introducer of the Blastoptmga (-������ros>-.  ornni, or tho little insect which first  made tlie Smyrna Sig culture p.is.sib le  He was bora here on Fobruaij Uh  1868. He grailuatc*! t'rbbv the local  high school in tS8o. Ho ha*i been engaged in the Nii'fsery. and Fruit, bnsi-  ness-Ost Ft*���������*siio. '  Word   has    been   received  by   the  Patiaiiia-Paciric International  Otrioi als  that tVisbi TJioa  would participate in  the 1915 Universal Exposition.  That country is the eighth ���������foreign  nation that   has    accepted   President.  Taft's invitation  to take part in   the  nation's celthration ?'���������'���������-   of        the  completion of the Panama 0;i-  AAcA.4, iiiib iai' oapitbt, xxaiu, vuataunt,  .la, Salvador, Panama, Honduras and  Mexico have notified theState Department at "Washington, that they .will  make exhibits on a large scale at the  corning Exposition. ';..'���������"  Dear Editor ,-  Where is our dnva of peace. ��������� forbearance and ������ood will to men? ltfay we  ask yonx* paper to slielter this noble bird  iu or,r community. Io is sorely needed  ns you unboubtodly observed in the  meeting of mv hnnhei craftsmen in  your town last 'Friday.  Tbe exhibition of craftsmen  in driv-  f jinp liaU-i in th the coffin for ono of our  P-t iufunra was a lovblatiou to all sober , \^6  i iiiinucd pivseiit.    i  There wns no perceptihle difflerence  ia the skill ou either side aud botli par.  lies to the conrraveroy will hftve to share  ctiually iu the rosno*������'���������������'-���������������*'*>-  ������������������������ >-������   *-'--  '- > '   A"' ..*>..M-j       OMUUIU      HJW  infant occupy tho cciiln.  Oar public truHtod men should 1-eep iu  niiiid, thnt we do not live in age of  Knighthood whan valor was measured  ny i������ues skill  In    fxooution  with  tbe  sword (bo it stoi-1 or month) but in   tbe  i  twonlietU   century,  whim    tho   public  deemed fairness, tack and diplomacy in  im'titiiig the oanso of its interest,.    The  WE HAVE--THE  i'M'  YOU Want FORSUnMERWear'  ies Tan Canvas <?������ "i   ^ ������T"S  if \ ~%r "(Tat-v *��������� >-������ ������~  *"^3       ^-*  1".= ^  ������V'AA     J..,^L<  to  lie of public RPiifiusent haa 1>:  'many a worthy ciiuso by cruel trentmout  of tho foe.  Any well regulated community is  batter oft' w ith its critic, and the public  is prone to give this person a wider  scops of esp'ress-iou-thsn sbo rest of a  Could we only keep in miud. that  there is so luneh good in the worst of us  and so much bad in the best of us,  that soberly considered-there is not  much fnnlt. to find with cither of us.  May I then -venture to trust that the  wounds inflicted may soon heal over to  leave no scar to mar the application of  good will and brotherly eniity, without  whish every one of us will be paddling  against the current.  Most fraternal  O.J. Wigea.  W0  m  Ladies White Can*   $* *j   /1/iJ  vas Oxfords    ���������   . ^p^g # (/ %J *  $$  Hisses,  ChiSdrens,   Boys,  Youths   and  P%ens  v%  Canvas, Rubber and Leathar Soles in  BALS OXFORDS & RUNNING 5HOES  /mm*    /&  per  i \  *r%n  ���������Sf  !=,&-���������& ana  *^r  _        All our trees are Iiorne Grown and guaranteed true  <&> to name.    We carry  all the   leading  varieties   most  # suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  ^*" on three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ������ J. Biinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fixe, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  -   B.C.  Before Letting  Clie C&ittrdct.  For the 'wilding of your New  Houso, Store, Office. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on tne. EatimateB given on all  kinds of work.   Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Ohargca reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on AH Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' Hats,  Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   HEADY-MADE  WAISTS  New Lines of Ladies and (.' bild-  rons'   .StolikiiiKR and Wearing  Apparel suitable to tlie Season,  Mrs. fl. YOU NO  Creston ft. ������. $L Ifto  __2095 ^  MeetH lirst  and  third Thursday a  in  each month,   in Spoors Hull fit H p.   m  ViaitiiiR Brethnrn oordinllv uivilml.  George Broderiolc, W . M.  Walter V. .TaoliH*.������, Roc. See.  On Wednesday last week, Mrs. Li v.  ingstone, Provincial Organizing Superintendent of the W? C. T.U., met the  local Union at the mance..: The regular  monthly meeting -was held and some  business finished. Mrs. Fairhead and  daughter were elected delegates to attend the annual convention at Vancouver in June. Five new members  were recieved. ��������� Mrs. Livingstone then  gave the ladies a talk on the subject  of Purity; she also spoke of the keeping Mother's Day -which was such a  success at Nelson. It was suggested  that Oreston keep Father's Day in  place of it, on the second Sunday in  July. Tea was then served and Mrs.  Blake then played the part of a clever  hostes. Mrs. Livingstone, again spoke  in the evening at the Methodist church  at which a goodly number wore present. Our ex-president, Miss E. V.  Danardialao spoke a few words, pleading for tho support of the members in  behalf of hor successor, Mrs. St, Jean.  ORCH ARD/STS!  The Fraser Vaiiey Nurseries, Ltd.  ALDGROV,   B.  C.  MAV������ 1*1*52 FlHKHT  \   Home-Grown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  ir*j>$xt"ijm������im r~/*rci i\JUl~At%'i*  ���������WttlTW��������� ������"- ���������������������*   HIUUAHL' MHi'fMM, I AH. COMITMN,  General Manager, Lonal A pent,,  Aldcx-gtovc, Jl.C, Cniitou, 1J.C,  "''���������^l*ttWWH'*WII|s|M**lWls  "Kl  SYNOr-JIS Oic CANADIAN  NOVtTII-  WKHT  MINING BEOULATIONB  COAIj���������Coal mlniiiK rlKhtN may Im IohhoiI  for uventy-ono yimrH, ronowablo at an annual  rontal ol'i������l an ni:ro. Not, moro tliiui 2,.'iC0 nc-  vm can bo IoiihoiI to ono applicant. Royalty  live-ucnta par ton, In miHiirvi'yud ��������� turvltory  Ilia ti'iK't miiHi, boHtiilcoil out by tlio appll  nnntln poi'Ron, imrt poiHoiuil application to  thoAi(ontorHUb-AKont,nl' Dominion J.aiid.s  lor tlio iIIhM'IuL miiHi in all ciinum bo mado and  tlio rontal for tho lli'Ht your intiHt, bo pnld to  tho   nB������nt within   thirty  (Iiijh aitor llllim  nn���������|l(i(iMnii  CiUAnTJi���������a porHon clKhtcHin yimi'H of at;(  and ovor, havliiK inailo u dlHuDvoiy may locate a claim lXiOl) toothy I ,r.no. if on, jf,-,, At  leiiHt, 81 mi imiHt bo ox|H!iulni| on iho olnlm  uuuti your or paid to tlio MIiiIiik Uoi-iinter  Whon 8000,0 haw benn oxpimdud or paid and  othor i'uipilromonlii coiupiiod wit li, tho olalm  may bo pnrohar.od at SI an ncro.  "HI.AOIi.H Ml.NINO nr.AIMH in-,- nm reel  Ioukanillioiii 1,1)00 tou,i)iH) ii'i'i, wUli,, l'*ntry  fen W. Not U'Hii than ������100 iiuihI Im i-\pciiili'il  la dovolopomoiil, worlc oaoh year.  DHKUCilNa.���������Two UiiHi'HOi uvn lnlliiHouoh  of a river mny ho InhuoiI to onnnppiicunl, for  n lorni of !��������������� yearn. Itonlal, t'loa mile pur an.  ���������him. Hoyiilfy.2JjJi-ioiv.iint, nfUi- llm onl.pui*  o.i������iiu|m 310,000.  W  'v, f'oity  Deputy Mlaliilorof tho luliuior  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  fij j A iclmltln Prniich reanliitor; iinvnr liulfi. Tiiono  lilllu nro oxC*)*idln������ly nom/nrlul m ni'iilnilnK the  Ksonriitlvu purl Inn ul tlio lullinlo HViitmn. Kiifiitui  iill clic������i> linlUtloiis. l-i**. tlo Vnn'������ .���������.,, ,i���������l,| ul  tiki*, box:, or tliroo ior HO.   Mallml lo nnv iul<Ir<ti������*R������  '      ���������*���������-������������������' i.  .������������������ **������*    ���������- - -*. '��������� *������������������   ���������,*-*������**������������.* nMv������| *M<M^*  IEMIUM LISTS GUT  Spokane, Wash.,, May. 27���������Twenty  thousand copies of the aew Spokane  Fair Premium List nave heen mailed out  during the past week. Any one interested and not receiving'a copy can secure  one by addressing the Fair office, 503  Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,. Spokane.  One of the attractive offers in this  book is the large cash prize of $2250  offered for District Displays. $i000 is  ia given for apple prizes and over $4,000  in all on agricultural and horticultural  products. Some of the features of the  coming Interstate Fair mentioned in  this book are a Big Baby Show, a Rock  Drilling Content, a LogCbopiug Contest  the School for Farm Boys, and the  Mammoth Night Show, "Tho Oouquost  of Mexico by tbe Spaniards." $125,000  will be spout in this six days'Exhibition  and it is expected to eclipse all previous  Spokane Fair Records,  GSBlRjjViti-^^  MS  m  /   *  V T  |        i De ixwerstae isurseries,  | Comprising 120 Acres  (11?A un J?nt>src  o ���������*������  tGOrVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  Iti AT HOME  The Riverside Nurseries are tho nearest nursery company toCrestonand \  have inore trees planted in this district   than any   other coinpany     ���������  nave more trees planted m this district   than auv   other company.   Ther  trees are'started undei-the same conditions that they will have to mature  in this Valloy.   They can bo brought here fi-om the nurseries at Grand  borks'-ih three .days by freifflif or one and one-half davs hv esmi-ss.   All  ays by freight,  trees guaranteed home grown.  one and one-half days hy express.   All  75,000Riverside trees are now growing in the district.  For Catalogue and Price list, write to��������� "..-' '  WALTER V. JACKSOiN, Agent, Creston, B.C,  fisff^fei'' ^9   ES  i m tis^  Painter and Decorator  Wall Paper  zm  Oalflouiiniug, Painting, Paper-hinging Carriage aud Sign Painting.  Let mo give you advice and estimates on your work.   .All  work guar  nntesd to givo satisfaction.  ItmOlWPmmammmxlMILmmTI  I  Of ������ &iici*Sia,������������fas  to give better values than you can obtain   elsewhere.   Can you name any  successful article in which quality is not  M  ������.-.  a prime ractorr  t^a^a}tffVHIiis^*t<r."fY'**l; |*Ma>KJfl*������*^^ >���������^.Mnm*VT���������v������nm  I  UIIUUIIl     fUU     flUUl    RRIWEWt-aJIllJ  Because you .nrc on your feet iill day,  Be .ainse tlicy, Fit better, Wear better, Feel be1 ter and Look better.  Lace or Buttoned Ladie-5 shoes in tan and -patent. #4.50 and $4.71;.  Mens, Tan or ft lack in Patent, Telour calf or Wilhny.    Button or lace, $5.00  iff ������**   * >*  \/ ~..   ~,....  1. ...     .1 .  * ������/A4   a.,,������4   i������u_y   divrtc   III,  *Mt=  Creston  Mercantile Company, Ltd.  w������M,44liiiii������������li������������.iiir*i������*wiMlls^  mWBmBmmWm  slsllitsiliiiiiliri'i  ...wwiuiumMi, 1 ������ii.w.iia,iiiia,iiiimw���������4���������IWIAM nsw  sisMNi  M'Tlllllll  niiirHiiliai  ssssssssm

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