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CRESTON,  B.C,    FRIDAY   JUNE  28th 1912,  Single Covim ec. .."1  EASTERN CAPITAL  $950,003 TO BE USED  \ DEVELOPMENT  Good Road Is Being tsuiit  ���������New Machinery to  5>y^       'lu^4.nllA>/l  UG   iuaw*Hi.u  Work  HiT AND PUSS  being started ou an extensive  ���������scale on the Idaho Continental Mining  Company's property near Port, Kill.  Pres. A. Klochman has interested eastern capital in the mine and $150,000  have been1 advanced with which to envelope and carry ont the work on the  nT.4*.r>Ai<t-v vr-Mff tnachinerv will be in-  2l?.iled as soon ss t.Vift rAiarl from Port  Hill to the mine on which a crew of  about 75 men are working is completed.  The highway i8 being prepared for autb  trucks m the summer and large capacity  ore sleds in the winter.  *  The capital is to be used for equipment, Which'will consist of a 300 ton  daily cupaeity cori06airi������.5or, & ayvxo'  electric power plant, a 12 drill compressor plant, a os���������mili and the build-  . ings necessary to^house the machinery  and furnish accommodations for the em-  piroga.   The sawmill will be taken in  *   ** i  as soon as the wagon road is open aud  .^���������*vUl be, B&cei 3ft ?&Wty&^^f^0^  preparing 'timbers for the structures.  At a recent meeting of the stook hoi-  ders of the company a ten year contract  ' -with the International Smelting & Refining Go.,! whioh is to handle the entire output of the mine was made.  The Idaho Continental company group  consists of 20 claims, developed by a  mile of underground workings lu *���������. depth  of 500 feet> The mine was operated ou  ah extensive soalo for a brief period several years ago and shipped 1200 tons of  high-grade silver-lead ore, which proved  especially uniform tn quality and consistent in value.  .'���������'.'. The property was examined recently  by Frederick Burbidge of Spokane, formerly general manager of the Bunker  Hill and Sullivan; Reno H. Sales of  Butte, Mont., chief geologist for the  Amalgamated   Copper   company,   aud  Fred T.  G-reene, .formerly with   the  i  'Amalgamated company, but now general mining engineer in Butte, and their  zeportB agree on ah estimate of $'1,000,-  000 net of ore la sight above the 500-foot  Ic-ycl.  Wonder if it is because so many wa-  ter pipes are xEeezmg and bursting i^Su  there is such ,a water shortage this  month.  The Scotch in this vicinity are evidently moro patriotic than other 'British  siibjects, judging from the number of  thistles growing where th% English rose  might be blooming.  *A  The circus that .visited Creston on  Tuesday lost one of its camels at Prootor. A good many more of the animals  must have been lost before Prootor was  reached if the show ever had in its possession what was pictured on the bill  poster-i.  Last week the Nelson News reported  that che wind h������id blown ashes from the  live volcano in Alaska into their city.  Creston witnessed the same phenomenon  but the asiies ^?"* which blew iiito our  cSicc had net felt tlie heat of a. volcano  ������  for at least ssveral thousand years.  Eve templed.jAdam into hard work  with an apple. Creston ranchers are  trying to cajole themselves out of hard  work with the same kind of fruit.  *���������  A cow.probably delegated by the other  boviues chut, uio permitted to range  through the streets to protest  agfl-iust; the complaint that, was  directed at them in last weeks  Review, walked boldly and with threatening mean, in at our office door yesterday afternoon. It is a common ocenr-  ance..fpr ^jabscribers angered hy something printed in the paper toN confront  the editor with their trouble, bnt never  before has" one been known to have met  with by such a visitor.  mm  -That new suit see "Weber.  J. P. Baston left Thursday for Cranbrook*. His position at teller iu the  local branch of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce, was filled by L M, Perkins  of Nakusp.  ���������Christie's fresh sodas at 35 cents per  in at Speers,  Rev. and Mrs. Eby who are camping  up-Arrow Creek spent Wednesday in  town. Rev. Eby's health is improving  with his out door life aud be expects to  be quite well again after a few months  recreation.  ��������� iou geu Jive per cent uibcount at  The Cash Stoke,  Thos. Moore of the local Canadian  Bank of Commerce, left Tuesday on the  west bound train to report for duty at  the Nakusn branch.  ���������Protect your garden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths' at  Speers' score.  E.  Mallaiudain   returned on  TXTr.A^^r.A. 4-_ _   _              __  , r  CAAALQAAtAJT      AAVAAAA ��������� AUUCA UIOL O,  she has been  for some time -with liar  husband.  ���������Mrs. Attridge of Erickson is now  prepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Sulisruoliujj. KuarHuiftiU. Call ac che  home of M. R. Palmer. 88-tf  Sidney Poole was badly bitten by a  dog iusc Saturday. Ke was able to ie-  tum to his work on Wednesd ly.  -*-A good farm in Alberta, 70 acres  improved and 25 acres in crop. Good  house and stable, 2 good ��������� walls. Would  trade for land near Creston, also 42 acres  in the town of Kenora. Ont., would  also trade for land near Creston, apply  to the City Bakery, Creston, B. C.  James Berry and familv left Wedues  day tor Portland', Oregon.  WANTED, to rent a piano for the  months of July and August. Address  W. G. care of Review.  The W. C, T. U. delegates from the  local union to the convention at Vancouver will give a report of the work done  there at an open meeting next Friday  eveniug at the Presbyterian church.  ���������Tbe CCS. Company, of Craqbrook  ao uABiiUoiAji^ ui BDVCAoi uxaij,uut;ci    UJ. I>XJ.t*-U  business, and bargains galore, is the order of the day in Cranbrook. Creston  folks sbonld get on the inside, a letter  to the CCS. will bring all *be information necessary regarding the special  prices. Iron beds are selling at $2.75  any size. Dressers and stands at $11.  Linoleum 55c sq. yard. Tapestry Bugs  size 9x9 $6.00.' Mens suits $5.85. Hundreds ot pairs of mens shoes going at  half price.- Real clcsing ot t price** on  everything, $5.00 will do the work of $10  don't overlook this opportunity to buy  at less than manufacturers prices. Very  special prices on lace curtains, arch curtains, window fixtures, all sale prices  are F. O. B.. Cranbrook, no charge for  packing.  Til  i rvunnvpi  U LLiiiMiDI  ���������139UUU  ** S =5 A s^**** saa aess-AVAA*  urrun i um i r  FOR PUBLICITY  Orowers Or^sEslsatiGASsS t������  Accept Offer of Board  of   Trade  That Creston, vaiiey is to be represented by a large exhibit at the Dry  Farming Congress to be held at Leth**'  V  A. O'Kell returned Sunday   from a  fishing  trip at Easlo,  Trout lake aad  ' Mrs. J. Atwood and daughters of Mo'  yie arrived in town Wednesday to spend  some time at their ranch.  Have your clothes cleaned and pressed  for Sunday. Try us. Grestou Cleauiog  & Dye Works.  R M. Reid returned last Friday from  Sunderland, Ont., where he has been  visitin**1 his mother who is ill  ���������We clean everthing, Creston Clean-  aud Dye works.  Fred Meign of Saskatoon is spending  a few doys in Creston this week.  ���������  English Excursion Will  Not Come ^nis Way  Word hnu boon rocelved ��������� by P. B.  FowW, Honrotary or tho Board of Trade  in roply to a telegram inviting thorn if  poadblo to ooijie -thron-h the Crow'n  Nonfc Poi-h, that tilio Biiti������h BuhIiiosh  MenH KximrHion nil-mint*, nhiinf-n i\w\  pi-oseut Houory. This Hootlon of Bntinh  Oolnmhia vMllthproforni not bn vlH'it.-*l.  D. J, Blao'c who 1ms boon worUlng in  tho C. P. R. station hi tlio ab������on������n'oi'  IX. M. Hold returned to IiIh home at  Cranbrook Saturday.  A.   Burn   Km*look  ot 'JT.ilhii.urou'*!  Iobvoh Monday  for the   Count,     irinin  HERE AND THERE  Nelson tax rate was struck at the last  meeting of the city council. Ib is to  tie 371Y mills on the aollar on land' and  3 mills on 50 per cent of the improvements. This tax is estimated to produce  $64,820. '   '  Grand Forks is to be Division point  and to have joint terminals of the Canadian Fuoiiki and Kettle Valley railways.  Tho construction of a ten-stall roundhouse and machine shops and a union  depot iB to start immediately tit the cost  of $200,000.  The Consolidated Company's shares  have jumped from $52 to $72 in two  weeks according to au- account printed  ���������"', -.   J'<'Z   ���������>'      :  in the Rosdahd Minor*���������'��������� ";ljb is expected  that tho shares will return' par  within a  ,'������������������'���������;.'���������������������������**������", "v'.i.  I'ow wonki-*. Tho overdraft.of over a  million dollars which ejdstccL a few  yenra Hinoe will ho entirely wiped out.  Tho survey for the railroad from Trail  to Metalline, Wushingtou to counuot  With the Idaho & Washington Northern  haii boon completed. Cotmmiction will  probably bo stavtod at an curly date.  Tho Panama Cauul.conforonoa li now  nonHion at Calgary. Tho commercial value of tho canul to Cnitndn In tlio topio of  lltlHOUBHion.  John MoNoil, government road fore-  ui in ut Iviihlo vvm> lutuly injured by u  rook falling from a hoavy blas-t, last  Friday dying a fow hours lutor.  Good pony for sule, weighs 700 pounds  good driver and saddle horse. Inquire  of A. Mirabelli.  ��������� "jiuy your fishing tackle from onr  big assortment of  lines.   S. A. Speers.  J. li*. Piatt went t;o Kitchener Tuesday to cook for the crew working on the  Goatfell road.  A pretty bouquet of sweet peas is ornamenting our office desk this week.  The flowers were grown by Mrs. James  Cook and as far as we know they are the  first of the season iu this valley.  Kaithenue Heald returned yesterday  from Nelson where she has been attand-  ing school.  G* A-   M.   Young   left Sunday ior  a prolonged prospecting tour.  Fred G. Little bought a valuablo bears  head from an Indian this week aud sent  it to a taxidermatist nt Cranbrook to be  prepared,  ���������For Sale���������Nine young   pigs, good  breed, A. Mirabelli, the Shoemaker.  Get our price on No. 1 Timothy Hny.  Just unloaded.    S. A. Speers  Harry Leonard and M. C. Wisler  weut to Kitchener Thursdav where they  are to paint several government bridges.  ���������Weber tne Taylor  for  your new  suit.  Mr. James Barton left his ranch yesterday to retiiru to his work at Cranbrook.  0.0. S., SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  L. O. Wisler ot Stettler, Alberta, who  has been visiting with his parents, for  several weeks, left Wednesday for  Vancouver.  Hugh Taylor had his face badly  bruised nnd cut in a runaway ho had  with S, A. Spcera delivery horse on  Wednesday.  ���������The best in t paints and varnishes.  BapooPaint nnd Bony Uroo., Varnishes  for salo at Speers.  - -���������Before I had a license I sold shoeB  with a profit of 10 per cent now I mttke  5 per cent.    A. Mlrabelll, Shoemaker.  Fred G. Littlo has had his Ford car,  ���������������Tho Pioneer" outfitted with n set of  brilll'Uit electric lights.  oriuge,   .ta-ioerro, in "Uccooer v is  now "  assured.    At the special meeting of  directors of the F*uit Growers Union. ��������� .  the Fruit  Growers  Association  and-  the Farmers Institute last evening, it  was decided to send a Rood t;xluujt under the terms made by tho Oreston  Board of Trade which has offered to  'A. ^  stand the expense connected with the >,  the display,  Although this district specializes' int.  fruit, ih was the idea of the meeting,  to make a general display, and the  ranchers are asked to save good specimen sheaves of timothy and grain, for  the coming event.   It Is desired to put  on everything that grows weii* in the  district  to  attract  the attention of  the   people attending  the  congress,  who are interested ia  other thittgs  besides fruit.     As-most of thefsraitin  British Columbia is raised under irrigation and therefore barred, Creston  can easily put on a top exhibit as far  as this province is ccucsrscu.  This Seventh International Dry-  Farming Congress is to he the world's  largest gathering of farmers And the  cooperation of the local ranchers with  the Board of Trade in the staging at  a good exhibit, means one of the h$st  publicity moves Creston has made.  All farmers are invited to attend  1 1  the congress.   Invitations have been  sent to every nation in the world to  send, delegates.   The congress will be  formally opened on Monday, O^totfe?  Because thoy were requested to pre- 21, 1012,  at li a, ^h.,  by   His Royal  form without their dinner, a number ot  Highness,   the  Duke  of. Connaught,  the Cola Bros. Circus people struck be- Governor General of Canada, for the  fore tho show here on Tuesday.    All | government of Great Britian;    and  Honorable Jaiiies -Wilson, Secretary  of Agriculture of the uniteu Sw*Uj������.  A strawberry feed was given at the  " 1 *  Griffin ranch Wednesday evening    The  ������.,-.    _..J   *t.���������    TO    13     T!iA������.'/.a  gUEBia   IYOJD AULA.  (UAU  ixxia  and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Smith.  Jeanne Foster lea yesterday for Win-  uepeg to spend the .summer with hor  grandparent*-. She vviid uueompanied  by Mib. Thompson of Nelson who had  been visiting at the John Boyd home  several days.  Circus People   Held Here  Mrs. Al Ilusfiick returned to her  hotno at Canyon City last woolc from n  prolonged visitplti Ontario.  Pour blight, somotiniou known as Iho  blight Ih invading tho Olciuiagiin oouutry  Tho apploH aro tho nioHt Hoviously ntt'on-  U'il. The fnuioily iippiioa in to cut, on  i.iio ul"i"������'.;*.i-.il brau.:h(.-.*i About a foot hi-low  tho    dlHonwd   part,  keeping   the knlfo  ���������Men's working hIiooh, #1 (it) at Mir-  abolll'oH  Glon M. Wisloi loft on TimHtlay'M K-.  V. trahi for BilliugH, Montana whoro  ho will work at tin* painting trndo.  ���������Boo our window fjr eui'thern pitchers and tun pots ut roulc  but torn pric������H.  y. A. '-*'���������>���������������������������'���������������������������������������������  butflive were persuaded to return to  their work.   These five, had not passed  tho Immigration inspection as they had  been bondod   through with the ��������� oirons  when ic left the States. Constable Gunn  detained them here until today when lie  took thorn to Kooteiiay Landing where  they wore mot by the Immigration inspector from Waneta, the point of eu-  tty for the oirons.  He will boo that thoy  aro either deported or fulfil tho requirements of Immigrants.   Tho olrous oom-  pnny was bondod to tho nmonnt of $250  a porson to boo that all its employes relumed to tho utatcD after tho tour thm  Canada.  Miseos OapUola and Iris IHckey ro-     H. Wobor who jnnt rocontly moved to  turned Inst Friday from a visit to Clares-  Crouton is a Justice of tho Peace.    In  Masonic Grand Lodge  ���������Wo aro agents for Imperial Clothing  Tho Cash Stoio.   v  Olom   Payotte,   who is working at  Kitohunor eutno to Creston Sunday.  holm, Alta., whoro thoy havo boon for  MiHH Iris Hiokoy's health.  ���������A toam of hoavy mnroH for. salo. Apply to M. L, Taylor, Box 24, Crouton.  15. O. Caopor of tho KootiiMiy Gafago  in-*��������� ho will tour the Rookies and tin 111 Ht'-ril!'/o(l h<i that oontagion may not havo | Oo., of Cranbrook, wiih iu town ou hit. | aroBtoIl ou a'U0Bday for a viait with hor  I, ...,,������������������������.������ fi,,, ���������t...,��������� wrrwvt I rogular trip this wook, | nyothor.  > iVr''ll������v Crouch roturnfidTuCHday from  Spokane whoro ho hao boon for some  time.  Miflfl Lnmont of Now  York arrived in  the abflouoo of G. A. M. Young, he tHcd  tho catioof Wong Lor Lonre nUt-i Jee  dloy, who wub liuod $10 and ooslu uud  givon until tho noon train Wednesday  to got out of town, for having naed tLe  mall for disreputablepnrpoao.  A viigruuoy cobo waB alao tried last  oveulng.  ��������� Hmnll ordorH for Faruiluve havo  tho same attention with us as large orders. O. O. S.  John M. Rudd, of Nannlmo, wan eieo.  ted grand master of the M������w>nfe *nf**d**r  for tho jurisdiction of British Columbia  at tbe annual convention which opened  at Vancouver, Juno 20u *x^yZ)aflitint\  and forty-two momborB wero in attoa-  danco when the Grand Lodge was called  to ordor by tho retiring grand. ,m������ator,t  F. J. Burd. Arthur H. Skey, of K>im������  loops, waa ro-elooied ������������ u^puty grand  matter, William Henderson, Viotorla,  ���������  was ohonen somor grand warden* ������nd  M. Stark, of Vanoouvor, junior grand  warden, Dr. W. A. Dewolf Smlth.Wett-  mlnator, was re-elooted grand neoretary  and H. H. Watson, Vauoauvisr wm������  iigaln ohoson grand treasurer, T. Mit-  oholl, Vanoouvor, was altso re-eleoted to  th������ j.o*������lMon of grand tylor.  On tho afternoon, Juno 22 (the del***  litttos vote given a bauquot by the V������n-  oouvor lodgo.  b. 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There is one oLior "i-atter, he said,
I'dian't like to me uii >i .'before for
fear you should inw...:t.-o i was foiciu:,
your hand- Now I can speak freely.
it relates to -your daughter. When
1 lent you that money I quite expected to hafve the privilege of calling myself your son-in-law, I have not
yet had had anything definite from
Miss Haredale; in fact, 1 am afraid
she dislikes me... But things can't go
on like tills and you promised to put
in a good word tor me. I daresay
yon will think it strange, but I have
set my heart on this marriage?. It
will be well, perhaps, to let your
daughter know how things stand. I
fear she doesn't comprehend the position 1 hold.      Tell her yourself.
There was no mistaking the ring
of command about the last words.
Certainly Sir George promised! I
will do so without delay. 1 can't for
the life of me understand May's position in the matter. Almost every
girl in the country would jump at the
chance of being Mrs. Raymond Copley. And with her extravagant notions May must marry a rich man-
But leave it to me. Copley. Come
over after dinner this evening; and
see if we can fix this thing up once
and for all.
Sir George returned    to    Haredale
trying to feel on good terms with himself and elated with the  turn things
had taken.      But strive as he might
he could not disguise that he had done
wrong-      He could not stiil the voice
of conscience.      However, he was relieved to hear from his butler of the
departure of  Brown on  receipt  of a
teiegram wnicb had been brought to
Haredale to him.     The man had made
certain  promises.      He     would    call
again later in the day. but had. left
his address Ir. case Sir George wanted
to write to him.     It was very correct
and very discreet, no one was any the
wiser, nobody had guessed about this
black   disgrace,   and   in   the   fullness
of his heart Sir George wrote a short
note to Brown enclosing a cheque. He
was sealing up the envelope and putting a stamp on when May came in.
She was fresh from her ride.     Her
eyes  were  sparkling and her cheeks
���glowing.       There  was   something   in
her gay abandon and her vclear light
of   Innocence   that   jarred   upon   Sir
George.  .  Why should she have none
of this trouble? he asked himself. Why
should she he outside of it all? And
to some extent she was the cause of
the  mischief.      But for her    Copley
would   never   have   lent   Sir   George
any money, but for    her    he    would
never have    found    himself    in    the
clutches of Absalom & Co,     This was
all   as  specious  as  his  other   moralizing   .-nd   it  never occurred   to  him
for a moment that he had fallen into
a trap set by    Copley.        What    he
wanted was some one to    vent    his
anger upon.
Where have you been? ho asked Irritably. I have been having a conversation about you with our friend
Cppley.      He wants to know���"
He  already  does   know,   May   said
coldly.    '1  thought I had  made thai,
quite clear.     And I shall be glad If
��� you will not allude to this agaiiC    it
is  most, distasteful  t,o me,
Sir George brought hia fist wiih a.
bang on the table.
You are a fool,'ho cried. I beg
pardon, but. I can't think of any other
word. *- Vou don't, hchmti to realize
what, obligations-wo aro under to Mr.
Copley.     Do you know that if he liked
he could turn us out of the house j ��f
to-morrow?; Do you know that even
{this morning he has saVed us from a
groat disgrace?' And he has done al!
this out of affection for you. I can
assure you that -Mr. Raymond Copley is not the mas to be played .with.
My dear father, May protested?
why this violence? I don't in the
least want-to play with Mr. Copley.
Oh, this is no joking matter. You
ought to be proud to think that a
man like that is ready to lay his 1
wealth at your feet. Now, I', want
you to realize that if you treat him
in" this way any longer he will very'
likely teach you a lesson. It is no j
use beating about the bush. We are
in his hands. And, therefore, you
must marry him-
Must, my dear father.      Surely���"
Oh, I am not going to listen to any
more. I won't argue with you. You
are either going to marry Mr. Coplpy
or I wash my hands of you altogether.
I will not be ruined for the mere whim
of a girl. Now you quite understand
me? If this thing isn't settled tomorrows, this is no place for you.
A��-  Uitinatum
It was a cruel siock to the �����*-���. n.
.* tie had never hear J hor fat-ior spiJ'..,;
like that before; hideed, sh- -would
not have deemed him capab.e of kuCi.
harshness. For many years May
and her father had been the b*v*t of
friends; indeed, their relationship had
been more like brother    and
Settled by a Widow
A buxom and .winsome widow decided to continue her late husband s
business (wholesale meat purveyor),,
and appointed a confidential and reliable nian? one John Jinx, as her
manager. John? though an astute
and clever business man, could neither rend nor write- The widow partly cured him of the latter detect by
teaching him to write "Settled, John
Jinx," when giving a receipt for accounts paii to him.
The business' improved and prospered, as likewise did the amatory
feelings between the widow and John,
the latter fruiti'fying in a proposal
aad acceptance of marriage. After
the usual preliminaries the cerenfion-y
Arizona Relics indicate a Very Ancient Civilisation
Still another "oldest city in thd
world" has been discovered, Wh. t>
T. Hewitt Myring found vases in Peru
In ruins which were said to be 7,OiO
years old it was imagined that the r -
mains of early civilizations had b~-��it
jyushed as far into antiquity as ihjy
would ever go. But A. Lafave, a
mining'engineer, has found the relico
of a t6wu in an Arizona tablelai.d
near Phoenix,, which he insists are at
least 10.000 years old. The bm.d-
ings are on a level stretch of count, y
where neither silt nor wash was possible and yet the ruins were cove:--*'!
with ten feet of'.prairie dust whico
ill*""  'liscovRret*  claims   reouirod   &i":
.V,     .< V. Vy..\A4. ...AAtAT.
took plae?,   followed by  an adjouru-
sister | ment. to the  vestry  to complete the
than anything else.      She had shared j legal formalities?
in Sir George's pleasure's,''she had 'Hie necessary ..particulars wero
known most of his troubles, and gen- duly entered in the marriage regis-
erally'bad been allowed'to'tto exac-.ilv'��� ter and happr J.cthfc, somewhat hhi��h-
as she pleased. And if she had hor i ing. took pen iu hand and clearly and
proper sense of pride, it was Sir i uamistakeably wrote us his signature
George who was mainly responsible j in,-.the register, ^Settled, John Jinx.'"'
for it.      He'had never forgotten that i���Tit-Pits-
he was the master of Haredale Park, i ���-��� ������       V
and  that  the  family  had  lived  there J       A Queer Book-Keeping System
three centuries and  more.      He laad !     It's curious to observe says a Mary-
always spoken his mind freely to May j land man. the.'manner in which many
on the subject of newcomers aud, in-1 illiterate   persons -'prosper.      1    ouce
The -buildings of sandstone sh-nv
great architectural skill and in tii4
walls were found a box of cotton bolls
and a sealed jar of corn, both we.;
preserved. The Arizona cllmuio
does not permit tho growth of coU">u
in tho present age. eo Ml*. Lafuve'assumes" that sufficient time must have
elapsed, since the cotton which ho
,{.found wns grown to have wrought a
complete change in the- character of
the country. This period he also
gauges as something like ' 10,000
years.- ���? "-.���'��?
He is satisfied that, the ruins are
older than those of Ntneyah or Baby.
Ion. He believes that the race which
built ihu town was possessed of a
high civiU7.siUon from the abundance
of avilstloally wrought pottery and
that i subsequently'.'was"-broken up
by internal  dlssentioris  and  possibly
UUt>ciiv'r;��i.\*v.   i*-��.i.o   iiiu ,. C.AAA. ��� - iA.Vei.iAAg ,
���people.���Chicago Tribune.
:    Qiie Line of Reasoning
Why  should   I   buy  stock  In  your
ti. Why, we're right'next to tlie Skinned Cat. which,is-.pfqduclng fabulous
wealth.   ���
Yes, .and I live in a,hoarding house
which is right next to n mbroi'i.irc
But that doesn't make me worth anything.���Washington Herald.
had declared that" no j had business that used to take me at
matter what his neighbors might do [.intervals to a certain piaee on tao
not one of them should ever cross his ! easteriL shore. On one occasion I
threshold; he had apparently despised j went into a store there, the proprie-
these new rich from the bottom of. tor of which could neither read nor
his heart. It seemed, only the other
day    that    Sir    George    had    spoken
There 13 no poisonous ingredient in
Holloway'.s Com. Cure, and it can
be used without danger of injury.
Too  Much
'.-���'. I ihought he was a supporter of
Up war, but someone pointed out
to bin. that, tho colonel's-.'success',
"might lead to a revival of the popularity of the Teddy Bear.���-Buffalo
Ysprcsa. ?,; -
write.      While   I   was   there  a   man
came in���evidently-a regular custom-
most contemptuously about. Raymond i e:\
Copley.     A few months before and he j     I owe you some money, don't I? he
would havs laughed to.scorn any sug- {inquired.
gestion  on  Copley's  part  to   become t     The  storekeeper  went  to the door
one of the family. (and  '���timed   it   around   so   that   the
We need not envy them, my.-.dear, i hack was visible. ��
Sir  George  had   said   over  aud   over!     Yes.   said   he,   you   owe   me   for   a
again.     After all-. "Riosey is not every-.| cheese.-
thing.      Ot course,, one    has    to    be j     Cheese!  exclaimed the customer. I
agreeable  to    these   people    in    the { don't owe you for any cheese.-
The storekeeper ga*ve another look
hunting field and vrlftn one meets
them at iieigaboring houses, but.
thank goodness, we need not go farther than that. You won't have
much w-hen I die, but so long as you
marry the right sort of man I shall
be quite content with your choice. I
can trust you. L know.
These   recollections   crowded    into
May's mind as she stood face to face
with  her  father.       It  struck  he>  almost with painful' force that she wra$
making his acquaintance for the first
time.      She v*l not seem to know the
man-      This was another Sir George
Haredale  of  whom   she  had   not  the
slightest knowledge.     He looked hard i
and sullen and.met her eye with dif- i
ficulty.      May hoped he would  havp j
the grace to be ashamed of himself \
at the door.
You're right, said be. It's a
grindstone. I didn't see the'dot over
the "i" in the middle.���Lippincott's
Not  Like Teddy
Prisoner at the bar, T find you have
been sentenced to prison twicsc before. What have you to say why I
should not send you there again?
I urge,   your  honor,   the   generally
w ��� *>ri*^ i-n*"T    <"���"<-(a-*IS
-���Baltimore American.
that  this  was an  outburst for which j
Specialist Did Skin
Trouble No Good
Verv Itchy and Disfiguring.   Got a   man>' Pf��P*�� who ���'V* ^
."...,    /,  .. V.   ��        j /v  a, on visiting terms with Mr. C
Little Cuticura Soap and Ointment and Was Cured.
"Por two summnrs I nufTorod with
Bltin troul)lo on my anna, and on my
legs from my knees down. My armq
wore badly disfigured, and I kept them
covered. It camo like tho hives, and
wan very itchy. I RoimulU'd a Hpecinlint,
who Rave mo medicine, uh well an un
ointment, but scorned to do no good. It
wim h-'t-imiinfc to appear on my fao*.
"I Rot a little Cuticuru Ointment
nnd Homo Cuticura Hoap. Tho finst
ioueh of Ointtn.:iiL :;c,'nn.-(l U. ri'liove,
and boforo tho Cuticura Ointment was
linlHhod I wjih cured. I have not tha
leant Hign of trouble. I think it would
havo spread ovor my whole hotly if
Cuticura Hoap an<l Ointment hud not
cured me. I am delip,lit��vl with them.
And do feel plemied to think I have fiome-
thtng 1 nave corimii-m:iT in. ! U:!l all
my rriendri about them, and I think
Cuticura Ointment i�� tho bo��t I ever
law." (Signed) M. J. B'Kidy, 7a McCu,ul
Hi., Tc-mvaaIo, P..I-. *:.:. lino.
he would apologize presently.
Do you ouite understand what you j
are saying? she. murmured. I hope |
I have not mistaken you, father.
You have not mistaken me at all,
Si-- George said sullenly.
Then T am to understand that it is
your wish that I should become the
wife or Mr. "Raymond Copley.
I thought I had made it quite plain.
You are so set upon this match that
your mind is thoroughly made up and
unless T marry this man I am no
longer to consider Haredale Park as
my home.
Sir Georpe nodded. He hart not
the  courage  to  put it  as plainly as
41. o 4.
I 14.. A..
I will try to he calm, May went.on.
TJut this has been a terrible shook
to me. Even now I can hardly believe my ears. Do you mean to say
that if I refuse Mr, Copley T am to
he turned out of my house and home?
Don't be dramatic. Sir George murmured
T didn't know that I wns. I only
want to have a clear understanding.
Oh, the thing is monstrous. You cannot realize what you are saying. And
if you have no Rort. of feeling for
yourse'.f or me. just try to realize
what our frlendn  will  say. Wo know
decline to be
Copley, We
know lots of houses where he could
not go. TCveti if I were fond of the
man and could meet your wishes, lt.
would be a long time before certain
ot" our neighbors forgave me, And
what will you sny to them whon you
meet tlwin raolng, or hunting, ov
���mooting? Do you suppose this
thing can be kept, quiet? Do you
suppose everybody won't, know why 1
left home? Do you believe for a moment that common gossip will not.
say that yoi* turned your own datigh-
u.M- out becauiii* she refused to marry
a man whom you declined to call upon for months after he camo here? I
know mieh things lpxppoii In the cane
of boyn, but I never yet heard of a
father In "your ponHlon who sent hlH
daughter away because alio refused
to Hoil liei-Hi-lf to a prri'.on whom who
both dlsliki-d and deaplHod.
(To  be Continued)      '      '
The Voices of Blrda
The voicoH of birds are more varied   and   mtiHlciil   than  thoao  of any
other   creuturoH   In   the   world.   Wvon
the rooHter ban a  tuneful crow.
The eat. tribe ronrn and mows and
IiIhh; Hint Ih all. Hut the blvda.--
Ih there an end lo their powera or
vocalization'.' They ean el'ilrrup,
chip,   euw.     whip-poor-will.     *'hlHtU��.
I was    cured    of    Bronchitis    and
asthma   by   MINARD'S   LINIMENT.
Lot  5.  P.E.I.
I was cured of a severe attack of
S Rheumatism    by     MINARD'S    LINI-
i MENT. , ":   --.
|     Mahone Bay. JOHN MADER.
:     I was cured of a severely ��� sprained
Tie That Binds
If you can't get along with your
husband, why don't you sue for di-
v ^rce ?
I would if it wasn't for one thing.
What's that?.
My T-ooi*, dear little Fldo. I dare
not deprive him of a man's protection.���Detroit Free Press.
.1 nevsr see Hotcake with coat, vest
and. trousers alike." His vest never
matches hir*' trousers, and his coat
seldom matches his vest.
Here's the way it is. He has a
blue suit, a green suit and a gray
suit. Every morning he shuffles
'em all up and-deals himself an outfit for the day.
Madam, I am just-out of the* hospital and��� : ; '
Don't tell me any such story as
that. You are the same man L.gave
a piece of pie to.not tviro weeks ago. .
Yes. dat was just 'fore I wem'to
de hospital.���Los Angeles Herald.
.1 sic  \Jiiiy   ��� CSr
New  Merchant���How  big an ' "ad""
would  you advise?
Advertising Man���That depends oa-
how   many  toii3   of. customers   your
store  ilocr will  sustain.-   You  wouldn't want 'em to break through into the-
cellar, of course!���i-*uck.
A' Household -Medicine.���They that-'
are acquainted with the sterling properties   of Dr.   Thomas'  Electric  Oil"
in  the   treatment  of  many   ailments
would not be without it in the house.
It is truly a household medicine and
as it is effective in dealing with many-
ordinary complaints    it    is    cheaper
than a doctor.      So, keep it at hand,,
as the call for it may come most un- -
Formula for  Roof Paint
A   good   slate  colored  paint  for. a*
roof is made from white lead, lampblack anC yellow, ocher.
His Idea?      '     �����?.'     '
That trust magnate has a "singularly fitting idea of his new abode.   '���
How? -?
He told the architect he wanted an
octqpus shaped room for his living
���room. ;Y:" '���-.   ���.-'���-.
There are now ��251 "infant care
stations" open, in 165 towns pf the
German Empire. One effect of their
establishment-has been to reduce the.
percentage of bottle-fed babies from
60 to/SB and to decrease infantile
mortality from 8.4 to- 4 per cent.
Little Bobby���Say, Willie, is ma-,
Little Willie���No. What 'y goin*'
t' do?
Little Bobby���Take out de goldfish aud let 'em play with the cat.���-
Percy���I always wanted to join the-
Corp. Gore���Why didn't you?
Percy���Well." mother wouldn't Oet-
me. She said I'd surely get shot In.
the first battle, as i was such a daredevil.      So now I'm a ladies' tailor.
���5-tvS   B-*
An Ancient Roman Custom
By the customs of our country, if
any person under prosecution for a
capital crime did not appear, an officer was sent to his door in the
morning to summon him by sound of
trumpet, and the judges wonld never
pass sentence before so public a citation. So tender were our ancestors in any matter where the life of
a citizen was concerned.���Caius Gracchus.
Mrs. Nellie Steeves, Hill Grove.
N.B.. writes:���"I know Baby's Own
Tablets are an absolutely safe medicine for little ones and they are the
only medicine I would give a child
without fual consulting a doctor."
The Tablets are guaranteed hy a government analyst to ho absolutely safe
and free from opiates kind narcotics
and cannot possibly do harm���but always good. They are Bold by medicine dealers or by mall-at 25 cents a
box from Tho Dr- Williams' Medicine
Co.. Brockville, Out:.
Her Perogatlve
Mrs; Exe���-So the umpire's wife
doesn't attend the ball game any
more? / ���  ' ���' '/-���������
Mrs- Wye��-Nbi it was so aggravating to see him get. the last word.
A Give-Away
I'm sorry to find the baroness out
Don't forget to tell her I called, will
No sir; 1*11 tell her so at, once.���
Fligende Blatter.
Careless of Him
The late Gen. F. D. Grant used often to tell on memorial day a funny
story about Bull Run.
A soldier, he would begin, had a
scar on his face.
Where did you get that scar? they
asked him.
At Bull Run, he replied.
What? they cried incredulously-
What, shot in the face at Bull Run?
How could that be?
Well, replied the soldier, It was
like this. After I'd run four or five
miles I got -Rind of careless and looked bacy.���Detroit Free Press.
1 ��'ca*- *^" ���**"*��� �����-������/ "��^��
Women in middle age often complain-of hot flashes. They are at that stage
of life���when their delicate organism needs a tonic and helping-hand which baly Dr..
Pierce's Favorite Prescription can .give them, iviany women suffer needlessly fron*.
girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old age���with backache, dizziness or headache. A Woman often becomes sleepless, nervous, *' broken-down,"
irritable and feels tired from morning to night. "When pains and aches rack the--
womanly system at frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription,.
Mrs. J. Imhof, of 821 S. BentsJon Street, Baltimore, Md.. nays*; "I
wrote you about nine month** ago, telling- yau of my condition. I have A
'finobabygirl���she weiehed Bine pounds -when. born. She Ib my third child
and the strongest of them all. My suffering: was only for two hourn. I
took several bottles of "Favorite Prescription' and one of Br. Pierce's
Smart-Weed. I never had a, -well day beforn I took your medicines. I wis
surprised how well/I felt���could cat���waa always huiitfi-y.Bad never had s^
sick, stomach. The nurse who -was -with me said the medicine -was wonderful because I eot along so nicely after h*��vin*-; had so much trouble before.
She intends to recommend it to all her suffering patients. Everybody is
astonished at. me because I only weighed 102 pounds before and now I
weifth 135. I have had several ladles come to me and ask about Dr. Pierce's //~-ai��if
medicine. I am willing to recommend it to all who suffer and want help.
If any want information I will be srlad to rive it to them."   ���-' Mas. Imhov tt Child.
 ntw _
The Northern Trusts Company
This'company  acts in the capacity of
and we-shall he glad to forward copy of    our    Booklet    "Something    "
about Trusts, Trustees and Tru st Companies." on request.
Had   Left   His   Glasses
He stumbled np the Hteps and
piiHhod open the door, Hays the Now
York American and stood confronting
pis \ylfe, who hold a telegram in one
"Here's news," she . said sternly,
that. hiiR heon waiting fox* you atnee
7 o'clock.
lie braced himself agaliiBt the hat-
rack. I-Ilc���-I've left my Rlassea In
town.      I-Ilc���
Well, I seo you have brought homo
t,hi! contontc. t
Unless She Backs Out
Griggs���Do  you  believe    thoro
anything in palmistry?
Tlrlggs���-Wrll-er-yeH. T bdllovo if a
young fellow can get ft pretty girl to
give him her hand ho can toll the
name of her future husband.
Cold-Sore Began to Heal With First
Use of Cuticura Ointment,
��� "CtitioHrni Olntmwnt currxl a vi��ry
had cold-iiuro thut guvo nn* houm of
fw��vfr��* pain anil Iohh of nletip. 1 iriivi
lota of othur runi'idioii but nothniK did
*uui imy Rood till I trit'd Cuticura Oint-
-cnent, and from tho v��ry firat unpliia-
Lion it IjukiIij lo h��*al und now th'Ti-i'i
���not ��'.vi:ii f. HK.'tr !���_����� I.       ^i-iiwimii^, r��Jm. "��V.   i inn huih-,:.    Iiulii.,    Iji.V.'l,    cai'lilr.    I'.I'O'.V,
 Illiii i'.rl<:k��-t,n, mew llko catn. talk like
JBoyoi>,Mi)rmttklI'urnr,r.K.l,.Jttn.K,'il. *jj((. c*.rl��sk**t.ii. mew llko rata, talk lllu
For more than a g��*n**ration <'iitinir.i *nu.,;in b^inpi, rry like btibli'ii. H(|in��nl
Boap   and    Cutioura    Ouiliot-nt   huvc ...           .  wl.........  i., u,.,,  i),.V(iiid ihcli
sffonled the upoiMlUmt. naf^t end mont ,'';.     Vt..��iiviI  J,!Lll.,i��   ��?i*      n   ,.i
���scoiiumloid treatment /or ��kln ��nd wnlp ow'��  ��*��,'��Mjlv'   ro|i��iH��lr4��  ��>l   numleii
t,roubl��'H, of youn|{ and uld.    Although
Miuy ul��' ntJlvA   u>  wi .Aivtii>..iv   ��������������,.   .....   ���
��.vi>rvwh<iro. a IllwirnT nnmplii of i-nrli
mny h<> obtain***! fr**e, trom, ttn* roi.i.��i
Drum; A, Chnm. Corp., sole propn,, ���*'/
Ckilumbua Aw,, ltoston, MS. H. A,
anil  unuitiHlnil  hoiiiuIh, they i-iin  hnl-
���    . .m     ,..-,.-11...     *vr,rn    *)\i.    vi\\ on.    nt
iii'iri down (��i a cre'ilclng barn door,!
Serve** 'Em  Rlfiht
The   Minister   (reprovingly)���John-
uv, did vou catch those today?
Johnny���Yea, sir. That's what
they t otn for cluiHln* worniH on Sunday.���London Opinion.
Rftllcf from'ADthma.     Who can do-
Hcrilai tho complete relief from auffir
Ini?  which  follow*-*  the  noo of nr   .��.
P.  KoiloKK'H AHtluna lli'ihedy?    ^ ho
(���uii nv'iH.im \\u�� fooling of Joy    Unit
I'uiih'h   vvU'M.   It��,  ��oft   and  moniio  in-
Ilui-uc-.fi  ri'lli'vea  the  tighten ed.  clink. |
Inc. ii I r tnbi'H!      lt. linn made aHthnuit.- :
its iifl'llcilon  a thing of the pnHt for,
thonmindi'.       It   never   fnlln.       flood
iIi'iikkIhIm ovary whore have mold It. foi*'
yi'iiih. |
108 Cheques Will be    ���
)istribute4^mong Canadian
Farmers. Will You Get One of Them ?
In addition to the twenty-seven first prizes of $50 each, there will
be eighty-one other cash prizes, ranging from $10 to $25 in our
This contest is alone the same lines as the
one which was so successful last year, except
that there are three times as many prizes, and
therefore three timer, us, many ehanrrs for
each contestant to win. Every farmer in Canada who uses "Canada" Cement is elicible to
compete. The conditions are such that large
and small users of cement have equal opportunities to win *a #50 pri/.e. ��� -;
The centtst is (livid***! iiitn tliri*-! claime*, mid there
are fust, -ccoml, third und fouith prize* (*50, %*'teu
$15 and J"10) in each das*.
I. l..':l'. *\"     l-iiwD lo lif awairlril imltif fi.nr l��rmfr�� |)v  ful* pnwlnrii
who uau mint "Csiisils" C-iriMil mi tlirlr Isfins lit I'M J.
CLASS "II" ��� I'll/rsw lie sw��rJi".l li) llic fmir l��rm-r�� In Mrh
piovliioo who  ie nil   |>bwH>irr��pli������ Ilm bt.it KOiutftt
work doim Willi   "CsmiUs"   Crmeiit  ��ft lti-lr   Urms
In i<nz.
CI.A.58 "c"~ J'il/-i i�� U swsril-il lit th�� low Isrmris
In r*fh nrnflnr* vfbu trnil ilif im*�� i/'Wiv/.
Hon, i-lllnv Im* *ny iilrcnnt coiicretn work
wm done with "Csrisilii'' (*i*m��ni,      (Until*-
lor ,li|* prl7,��i mint tw tKC��ini>#iiiml l*y pUwo.
f r��*tli* of ilia work.)
of your
Prize Contest *
In addition to thus bcinfi: divided into
classes, so as to (jivo small users of cemont nn
equal chance with those who use more, the
Contest is also divided into nine divisions, one
for each province. So you see you need only
to compete with the other farmers of your own
province, and not with those all over Canada.
Don't think that becauso you have never
used cement, you cannot win a prize.    Many
of la��t yeui-'ti priie   winner!   Imd
never naiid  iciitcr.t  Ucfarc  they
(���ntcr-Ml thp ContPHt. We will utM
vou    a  fri-ft honlt,     "What the
farmer Out Do With Concrete.*"
that will not only help you in the
Cantc-it, but will tell you every-
���hiiifryon could want to knownbout
the u��e of ceiniMit on the farm,
H��i��'�� .H��v, hul urnA \m ymir
ii��mr��na sddri-n in.itsy sml wet
(lilt (rfr honk slid (till purilcul-fn
ul Uii; 1-riVA- Oiinipm rlrlu ��w��y.
Vh t. Uiwr, iiu*t��l ��l coiijiuk.
W. N. U. 004
Wormn food upon Un* v|tit'll y of
i-*htldrt��u and ond<in��w thoir IIvoh, a
uluiplo and offi'Ctlvo cun* hi Mothor
OraviB' Worm Exterminator.
AAAnt$m Pnhlltlty Mmniiiige-r
Canada Cement Company
Itra��'���"�����- I  oullod ou    ihroo
whllo ���! wiih In .'hiroiH*.
Jit��:rn H*�� dlfi 1���m��<1   lo��t.
,1 othor follow Imd thr-tui vicow.
,    A.
will Imr* *t**nit in ftll ..
������������^f&P*' who veque'At;detaila I
^^mmm^^g^^^ ^��*" tS'teJYize'Coiitest. jj
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. Interests of the Farm*i��oi ihxt
Canadian Nwdiw-fest
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The"efforts of the dealers In -wheat
-tand other"g**aim to,establish a sample market In    Winnipeg   are    being
- made  by  men  who  desire and  who
-appear to'be' determined'   to    regain
th��  control  of the  gr^in trade they
held for man:' years', but'which they'
have now IobI.      Selfish motives are
the prim   moving .principle that .govern all the steps k they are how taking.
Let us examine'the'true inwardness
of the matter. ,-  U
There are only about seventy-seven
���days from the tlmo -the    crop    commences  to  move, in the fall of  the
���vear, until the close* of navigation at
-the head  of tho Lakes.      The grain
���crop of Western    Canada    ia    taken
from Port William and shipped across
the Great Lakes by'podt to the east-
-ern markets.   , After the close of navigation ih.3 grain grown in the west
Provision  for   Deduction
Natlou characteristics are .suggested by this story.
"A certain., gentleman complained tb
three friends���an ISaglisljjnan, a
Scotchman, and an. Irishman���that
his servant brpke a great deal of
china. " "*
The matter-of-fact Englishman gave
the short bit of practical ^advice, Dis-.
hiiaa him!
Take it out*bf his wages, spoke the
thrifty Scot.
Objection to that course was made
on the ground that the wages were
less that the amount of the damage.
- The Irishman at once came to the
rescue with, "Thin raise his wages."
A Real Test ,
Pasijarby;���What's^the, fuss in  the
schoolyard, hoy? -
The Boy���Why, the doctor has just
been around examlnin' us an' one of
vthe deficient boys    is    knockin'    th'
everlastin'  stuffln's out or a perfect
kid.���Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Many people think that* ostrich
farming ii confined to South Africa,
but it seems^'the bird thrives amazingly in New South Wales, although
it is not yet extensively bred.    There
-��--, -. -- -   -    ���     - .     T01.-4-..-.   ar3   at   Present   some   half-dozen   os-
which has not gone across the Lakes ,    ich f t    N      ^   h Walfig  anQ
>-���-* boat must, necessity go by rail Khv eXyeriem,e gained proves that the
routes to the ^Atlantic, ports either
around the north shore of LakesSuper-
Jlor or ihrough the United States.    ,
Under    the    proposed    system    of
'sampling, every carload of grain passing through Winnipeg on all the dif-
-ferent lines of  railway   wiii  he  subject to a wait of twenty four hours,
"���xcept Sundays and    holidays    when
-.the wait will be twice that long.
The plan of those in favor of. a
���sample market is that when a carload
of grain arrives in ""Winnipeg a sample is taken from it and sent up to
the Grain Exchange and the grain disposed of .n that sample. Immediately aft*-*-** *t has been been disposed of
the railroad is notified., and the car
���pout forward to_its destination^ which
may be "Cast to r-ort William, pastern
-Ontario or th*3 Maritime rrovlacES, cr
to points in tho Western Provinces,
-where the grain is used for local consumption. Thus every car arising
in Winnipeg would have to remain m
th*" railway yards until the e-i'ain was
Fold      Thi*> -"onM mean a delay of at
change has produced an improvement on origina. ty'pe.s, due no doubt
to tlu climatic conditions under
which the birds are bred. One New
South Wales ostrich 'farmer, who is
also a manufacturer ol feather gOcds,
unhesitatingly declares rhat the
plumes of hir flock are tho finest in
the  world.���Westminster  Gazette. *
The Prussian city of Godesburg
will spend nearly $1,000,000 to build
a  municipal  slaughter  house.
Her Yearning
Little Xuarjorie Louise leaned "on
her grandma's knee and gazed into
space with a particularly soulful expression.
Oh, granumoiliei, sue burst out,
suddenly, I just long to grow up and
be a big lady aud have corns!���Harper's  Bazaar.
\tfhat do you do during the summer
months? inquired Xoricfc Hamm.
The, delay in transit of cars arriving in Winnipeg on Saturdays would
-be much longer, as the samples taken
from  cars arriviner at eleven o'clock
or later on that day would not reach
-fV..=- ei-sir. s^-c^^,^"*,, ���"*��� order to be dis-
pos?d   of before it closed    for    that
day. because on  Saturdays    the    ex-
-ehangp closes at on*? o'clock.    Therefore  the  pamples  from  the  cars  ar-
rivui" in Winnipeg **t eleven o'clock
ind"also every ca? arriving between
that hour and th** hour   ot   openms
of  the  grain, exchange    on    Monday
morning:, would have   to** remain  'in
Witinti-iA-.c*- until Monday evening. That
1<?.  on" Monday afternoonl the  orders
for forwarding of cars to their destination would begin to. pour in to the
ranwav com-pani^s. and all. the * ears
-wWoh had arrived after eleven o'clock
on PatuTdav mornln*-- would not start
���to move u-otil late Monday afternoon.
It If- of th** first iTioortance, In fact
It i*-* imnerative.    that    cars    slrouid
Teaon their d^^fination and he unloaded  wit"hP"t delav. and returned  west
for 'another    shipment.      .AnvlWn*?
th?t   vonW tond ' to   nrevpnt   prssmol
���un1o*><:ilr<' pt-iould he t**����r��iei, airnlt'et,
\"-.n**-h is the tnlain stf*+��trient of the
f-chemp of a sa-^^^.^irk^- ��s r^o-
-pr��<'i-.<-| by th����' .'wi-e-n^A*' rirjitri F.v-
change. As a ��n��>f,!r,-R.n r*"wf>w*r\r^
-f,1P1,<- fioiflsh^e-'fl It >"�������' Be-'''*Tn been
���pouniipd. T+ 1" ���n^thi-*"" **hort of/?
"TKirpt'firpd ntter^pt to ho^ "^> the
"farmerR of tlr* wPof f��>poij'vh f*"�� T**ian-
1r.*ilat'ori of .t-he'r mprVrit. *r*-^ +he benefit o"? the V��enters���+-ha?W<Miem��vn���
-who '*��i-��":**v�� t*-v tn *��et the������'���ii-.tTr ����Hn.r.e.
of anvthl-ei? In B'ght,      Tbev **re al-
-TVaVq   on   the   c-oot.   nnti   -urnnt fh��*.   cm-
'���port"��'tv   a   flTfc.* ��� nh'***''**.-P-^PrilR   thorn
5f0 r\m>n  hint wi->*if tbey wn��t,       -The
re*^*ilnde*.*.�����������'**������ ite-'riarj, *s allowed to
--pgaa   ft,, in  fiP TiBKflH.
The r'nir br^e vo*"*" vts'i-ins^o** f^t
-ppnimt^stoiiS forrt Ttlaatorm reilterR.
wlin ynniiP1 nHe-ml the' S**���"V-*!'-* mnrVot
rnd f-t a first eholep. Th^ rlntr w��ii
V.6 n-hlP to -rlport nit the bent o-rplr.
tn the oa-i.-ir.le Tn**.rV��-,t. The ���**e*nio.-'n-
rier -.vlll go forward and be sold by
grade. ,.,,..'
Tl���+ tiio w��-.T.��-.pl *v-.^rtr^* <vM1 ^e <��.-
inrer*! t��ir ttn- ���pvprn<��'��> o'i**,''>v or, pnv,
No 1-Northern deter'oratvois In nro-
���nortlon to the ounn+'tv of tbe very
���be<*t whopt whleh will be taken nut
of the whole oroivoh tho snmnle market and th*- farmer will reeelvi? a Icrh
���price on his crop. '
French YBIrth Rat��"
'/.cctrdlng to statistics Isftued, the
blvthmto of Franco during tlio Inst
year w.'ifl more deplorable than ever,
iintl the number of deaths exeqeded
tho births by 34,8Qfl, ronvenontlng
thai, Iobb of population. Tho birthrate *waB tho lowest ever recorded being only 742,114.
On tlio. other hand, Wrnnco com-
paroa i" vorably with her neighbors in
tho matter of marrlnKOB, which numbered 307,788, bolng rather moro than
iu 1010, Blvoiouu aUu lacrcantutf, the
tiimbM' la��fc year bolng 1.1,058, Another interesting point la that France
Yhaa moro old people than any othor
country.   <���'.���'
Hi* Qnln
Patient (a Bporteman who Jtna boon
���hfwlly roppored,���Rut hang It nil, doctor, uliico tho acoldont   I've    gainoii
.  .    ......-.^.....��� '
4��vvi*    pi'iimi".
Doctor���Ah, but you torgot tho
���amount of ahot you rocolvod ln your
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T r. ^��� . .^      bln.4        f...    1
naliusi, i ij.ii., o.ni
al guest at garden parties of the new
rich.--Kansas City Journal.
Alike, Yet Different
HiTvan        ^ir*-��-j-���i f Vi��*��?*3 *-a "^ T*"      'ii'ie'ri'ST'J/' *f <S
XIX1   C>* JL   UUtlt^U*   JUV. A'lJ AJ. ISU UU.O\X M.XJ
very detorminedThe never gives up.
Mrs.     Klcsefist       (sadly)���Neither
does  mine.���Boston   Transcript. .
He (moralizing)���After all, man is
w<-*ak. She (coyly)���In union, there
is   strength.���-Boston   Transcript.
New Snficles of lEieDHant
The ancient proverb, "Always something new from Africa," receives
fresh illustration from the reported
discovery in that country of a new
species of elephant. It is known to
the natives as the water elephant, and
a herd of five of them was seen on
the shore -of Lake Leopold II. bv one
of the explorers sent out-by the Paris
Museum of Natural History. Compared with the known elephants they
seemed much smaller, with shorter
trunks, longer necks and no tushs.
Before more minute examination was
possible the animals plunged into the
lake. An account of this new discovery is given in La Naturae.
She had engaged a maid recently
from the country and was now employed in showing her newly acquired
treasure over the house and enlightening her in regard to various duties
etc. At last they reached -the best
These, said the mistress of the
house, pausing before an extensile
row of masculine portraits, these are
very valuable and you must be very
careful when dusting. They are old
k Lor* mum, she gasped, gazing with
bulging eyes on the face of her new
emploj*er; lor' mum, who'd ever 'ave
thought you'd been married all these
Minard's   Liniment.  %frv.   LumbcrrraVa
*   What He Wanted Him For
Mark Twain did not cherish a fondness for the average office boy- He-
had an idea that the genus was insufferable, and invariably when the
humorist sallied forth into some business office there was immediate,arm-*
ed hostility between him and the boy.
One day Mark went to see a friend
at" his office, and the office boy on
guard,  in ley tones,  said:���
Whom do you wish to see?
Mark mentioned his friend's name.
What Co you' want to see him
about?   came next from the boy.
Mark Twain immediately froze up
and then with a genial smile he said:
Tell him, please, I want to ask his
hand in holy matrimony.
Rare Roman Coins
Coins buried for 1,600 years came
to light atDompierpe, France, when a
farmer was levelling his yard. These
date from the Gallo-Rqman .period
and number about 2.8Q0. Of these
some 2,000 are silver ' and the rest
'bronze. They had been buried in an
eartherhware vessel placed inY a
stone built hiding place. As to the
silver coins, these are in a very good
state of preservation and are fine
specimeri3, but the bronze coins suffered much from, the air. A number
of rare pieces were found in the collection coming, from the reigns of
some obscure Roman emperors bf the
late perldd. The oldest coins date
from the Emperor Trajan (63 to 117
A.D.) and the most recent from Diocletian. It ia thought that the coins
were buried about 315 A.D.
.. ���      ,���    i..i��ii- ������
Lived on Water
Just fancy! There's a fasting man
who has been living for 45 dayn on
That's nothing. My father lived
for 5W years on water.
Go ont
Yos, ho was a sea captain.���Boston
Time Nothing to Him
At a recent dinner at which several members of the    legal    fraternity
ore present, a well-knawn jurist de-
claiod-that the useless questions
Used by young lawyers when' cross-
examiii'ng their first witnesses,, reminded him of the answer giyeu to a
convict.   ��� . ...-.���.-:-���;/''
A street laborer, he said, was, digging just..outside a State prison. One
of the convicts called out from his
c -11: Say. what time Is it?
The Ynan kept on? digging and did
not reply. Finally after the prisoner had repeater1 the question', two or
three times the laborer looked up at
1 im and remarked :
What do you care?. You aren't
going any place.
At the Walker Theatre  During  Winnipeg  industrial  Exhibition
For the two weeks .beginning July
8th,   in  which  are  the  dates  of  th-
Industrial  Exhibition,  July   10-20.   al
Winnipeg, the beautiful Walker Thea
f-Tia        ��*,l| jf*?*!--?.-.*������        ��������*-���- -r*A.��-i--i����-*AV**.---.a      +vit'-i. **   **:   ��r
superior attractions. The' first will
be the well-known comedienne, Hen
rietta Crosman, in her most oucces",-
ful play. "The Real Thing," and t'.i.s
second attraction will he "The Spr'-a*-
Maid.' which, on Thursday, July -1
\vui uegiii aii engagement. covsnnT
nine nights and three  matinees'.
Henrietta   Crosman  is   one  of  the
most magnetic and brilliant stars >*-���
the  dramatic  stage, and    her    latest
play, "The Real Thing" gives her ex
ceptional  opportunity  to  display  hGr
talents and  charm. .     Her    role    is
that of av. bright and fascinating w *>
man  who  saves  her sister  from developing into a dowdy and a drudge,
ler  little  sister  has  let  herself  g?
after marriage ,and  soon  finds  that
her  husband  is  seeking  splaop  elsewhere- -     Jess    Lorraine,    Irowe/er,
takes  the young  sistfer in hand  anl
establishes   peace   in   the   household.
���There is any amount of good, elsiti
comedy in the story, and Miss Crosman may be trusted to bring it oat in
full force. s
"The Spring Maid" is one of the
big European and American light opera- successes of the day. When it
was presented In Winnipeg at Iho
Walker Theatre early in the season
just over, it scored, tremendously, an
it i-^lls u delightful story, Is full of
clever dialogue, its music is sparkling *-id haunting, particularly thp
famous '-Da:* Dreams" waltz, and it
is lavishly staged. It will be presented at the Walker again during
Fair Week by exactly the same company, including that wonderful fas-
cihatlng and clever little prima donna comedienne, Mlzzl Hajos. T ��o
only change Inv the cast will be -the,
addition of Frank McNaughton, the
celebrated English comedian, who
will have the leading comedy role.
There are seventy people ih :. the
company. , ���
These two attractions j so widely
different and so very superior, should
afford ample entertainment ,td all visitors to the Winnipeg Exhibition who
are out for good dramatic and musical   fare.   . ?.':������'���.' '-..'
�� riJNTflN ��
\iv  i a jjs a  -*-��*   jsx.  x-^* jm. -*e
l      JSa.     X-P  Jm.    *
Motor Cars, Delivery Waggons, and  Heavy Trucks, at the Winnipeg Fair
Inlvr   inf-h. +��    Inlv-   90.*h -
���j   ���.., ��� ���.,   (
You are cordially invited to inspect, these  Canadian, made cars if yoii
visit the Fair. '
We want agents in a!', the centres cf Manitoba and ASbsrta, thst srs'
not already signed up.    Fpr information address . ��
1  E: D. Cleghorn, Sales Manager,    J|
Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg
Agents tor the Province of Saskatchewan:
He   Misunderstood   Orders
Mistakes made over the telephone
are sometimes as humorous as they
are serious. One is told involving
the suburban woman aiid her husband.
You know, sho said, I wanted to
persuade" our hens to lay in the nests
we had provided for thenu So I
telephoned my husband to bring home
a couple of artificial eggs .with ulni.
Well, and didn't he?
Didn't he?' He brought home a
pair of cork legs.
Ask for Minard's and Take no Other
Very   Much   Married
Waitress���Have another glass, sir?
Husband���(to    his    wife)��� Shall I
have another glass, Friedrike?     .   '
Wife���(to  her  mother)���-Shall ��� he
have another, mother?
A Persona! Affront, Y
Striking members  of" the  Amalga**-
mated Skirt Stitchers were holding a
conference-    -       *'      *���<���*���'-*���      -',    ^
_, Where  is that tall, thin girl, "who
joined the union last week? enQUirec*
the .walking delegate^  .,,...      ��
The secretary arose to reply;���   "~y
She handed in her resignation this
What was her reason? ' ^
She took offence when she was ealtr
ed on th act' asr a' picket.���Judge. '.'
A Good Reason
A Now York Judge told a woman's
law class that hin only reason for
opposing woman suffrapto was "because." Ar*J tho feminine students
understood  klm  perfectly.���St.   Paul
PiOUUOl'  l?i'6BB.   .
A Sudden Finale
At a mass mooting In a oraall country tcwr. rotronhmentw woro dlwtrl-
buted to Icocp tlio nudlonco In n good
humor. Tho flrflt nponkor rose after
tho nolno had conned to mome extent
.      . *    . 4        ..............
I4.41.J     MAiAjUJI.    A1JO     OI ���',.,���..-II     "J     ��...,>.,.���.
Tho old hall la full to-night, but
hero hla voice waa drowned hy the
> conftiHlqn, Whon it hud buhulded ho
begun again by naylng:�����
Tho old hall t�� full to-night.
"ftf.*-..        tin **v ���*���>-�����, ,1 4jlv,M        ,1, y���1* ^ i /s ������ I ��*���*** 1        ������*-, Wftr*��f
unif n "thick voice fn tho back of tho
" hn)\ nttM rjioriy ssm! deliberately:���
Bo In old Bill Horn.
Tho mooting then broke up.
Cultivation Under Glase
A Swhu> professor of afcrlculturo
hna been oxporlmontlng with cultivation ui-dor ooloroii glass and finds
that ordinary trannparcmt glass gives
tlio best roBulta. Ornngo glass
forces tho plants, but hurts tho fruit;
vlolot glass Increases tho quantity of
fruit, but loworo its quality; rod,
bluo and Rroon glass Is posltlvoly
And Maybe the Maid Too
Young MlntroHH���Do you think my
Brnost really lovos mo, Emmy?
Maid���Ot courno, he's buoIi a nlcb
young man;  ho llltos all tho girls.--
.Flloffc-ado Blsittor.
immmim '��s > ��� ������' -������ �����*�� " '- �����** ���**��
Pastor���-Is    It    not    a    wondorful
thought, my drur  Mr.    Jonos.    that
:.VZ*S. tho 'f!''''"*' of your bond  urn ���numbered.
Cynical Old Bachelor (with a rueful glauco In tho mirror)-���Oh, I don't
know.     I oould count 'am mysulf.
Othrnr Interests
I -wish you'd Join out culturo club.
Now Gets Along Without It
A phj-feiclan says: "Until last fall
I usod to eat meat for my breakfast
and suffered with Indigestion until tho
meat had passed from tho stomach.
"Last fall I began tho use of Grape-
Nuts for breakfast and very soon
found I oould do without meat, for my
body got all the nourishment necessary from tho Grape-Nuts and since
then I have not had any Indlgcfltlon
and dm fooling hotter and havo. in*
creasoi", in weight.       	
'Since finding the benefit I derived
trom Grapo-Nuts I havo prroBcrlbod tho
food for all my patients sufforlng trom
Indigestion or ovor-footllng' and also
tor tlioao recovering from dltioaoo
whoro I want a food easy to tako and
oisrtaltt to digest and which will not
ovort��**r tho Htomnhh. '
"I always find tho'results I, look for
whon I prescribe Grape-Nuts., For
ethical reasons ploaso omit my name."
Namo given by Canadian Postum Co.,
Windsor, Oht.
Tho ��� rouHon tor . tho wonderful
amount of nutriment, and thp oaBy
dlgOBtlon ot Orapo-Nuta la not liard
to find.
In tho flrpt place, tho Btarcny part
of Ihu Vvi.wiiL uuu Liuiiui Boon linuufcih
varlott.t proooHBOB of coolclng, to por-
foctly chtuiKO t)io starch into dextrose
or grapo-Bugar, Iti which atato It Ib
ready to bo easily abaorhod by tlio
Tho parts lu Ihu "wheat and barloy
which Nattrrn can mako ubo of for
rebuilding brain and norvo control*
nro rotalnod In thin rotnarkablo food,
and thttH tho human body l�� supplied
wllh thr. i-.r/.v.-rf;:'. :!trer-:*;th pr;*
ducora, bo caully noticed after ono
has eaten Ornpe-MutH ouch day for a
wook or 10 days.
"Thoro's a rouflon," and It   ln   ok-
philtuid In tho.Uttlo hook, "Tho Road
to  Wollvtllo�������� Iti  nt-f-n.
Ever read the above letter?   A new
Ancthtei* Relic Gone
Tho old fashioned boy who always
bought a coeoanut on a holiday haB
passec'. away with the old faBhloned
people.���-Cleveland  Plain  Dealer.
Grandpa���Johnny, you mustn't kill
tho little birds. They have dono you
no harm.
Johnny���Yob, they have. They're
the ones that are always tolling ou
mo- ���
A. maid waB brushing her mistress'
hair when she mentioned that she had
heard Miss Evans sing in tbe parlor
the nlg..t before.
And how did you like, It? asked
the mistress.       ;   ,
Oh, muu! answered' the maid, it
was beautiful! She sung just as if
she was gargling! ;yi
North Dakota has the -world's
champion long beard, ;as one of. Its.
citizens can boast of. no.Jicss than
eleven feet and six inched of beautiful wavy whisker. Hans N. Lang-
seth, a native of Norway, is the poa*^
sessor of this , Remarkable growth*
'���wtit'c'h has beenroultlvatiaa with car��
and pride for thirty-six years aud has
been increasing in length at the rato
of almost four Inches per annum., i
Willie���Pa, what la a.pheuomenon'rj
Papa���A i-he-domenon Is your .mother's' ldoa bf a model husband. ���;?
May Itutit   vviiiii. i'.iiii ii  wuuirtu wiui inno Mp(j��i��rH irom -.una vu  ttiiio.   i nay
fourteen new drcHBes get out'Of a eul-   are genuine, true, nnd full of human
turn club? I liitersjit.
Playln' the Races
Our Hiram's ,'wrltnY    again    from
Harvard, Bald Farmer    Rlchley,    fur
moro money for books-
Air yo-BuvG ho really wanta that
money   fur  books   Silas?  aslte'A  hi8
Yaas,  ho  boz  he'll  take  his  oath
every cent I Bond hi in  gpes to  the
bookmr.kern.���Onthollc   Standard   and
Modern Morale
This latter day or now morality Is
too lax for'me.
Tho speaker waa Jerome S. Mc-
Wado, tho Duluth millionaire. , Ho
Thh, nr.w morality, which soems ln
itn toloratien rath or to encourage than
to oppoHo .wlokodnoBH, romimiu mo of
a lad I", my Sunday iichoolclaas.
Now, Tommy, I wild to this lad ono
Sunday afternoon, now, Tommy, what
muflt wo do boforo our sins can bo
Wo mtiHt Bin,    Tommy    replied.������
Detroit l��r<)(* PrcsH.
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Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured
with I.OI'A'a  Al'I'MOATlONH. ha, lli^y immiiil tfitcto
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ttiiiuur.1 illoonsn, ��nil in 'inter to min* it yon mimt t��kn
lnuui.nl ri.moillrt, llull's Catarrh Curo ts tnkctt in
inniMly. s>iul uiUi 'Uir.Uiy uiwu Uio l>l,*nl una n.w^.iM
surlrtcni. llsll's C'alaiili C'Ul'o im lint �� iiUMtk iiicill-
elitn. II wit" iirftftnrllioii by onn ot Ilm ���,�����( pliyslrl.ini
tn this ortimtry lor yrsrs suit U n rnmiUr |iri-srrll)tlon.
It ll nompowil of tlio twist, tciiliui known, t omiilimil
wltii tlm iinHt liliiod tmrinnrsi. a*ilnii iitriwtly <mi lli��
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HUM brAOriiitKlstii. prlns im,
i    t-uuj liill'* V��**illy Pun *<��* fto*������in**'o��.
Kill  the   Cut-Worm
Farmers at this season of the year
should watch-'tor the appearance of
cut-wormB, and should lose no tlmo.
in rldi'Ing their floldB of this pest Immediately iipoh their appearance. The-
following remedy Is recommended by
several agricultural departments;, ;
Bran 100? pounds.
Paris grben, dry, 1 pound.
Sugar, 2 to 3 pounds.
Mix thoroughly and dampen slight:
ly  With water  and, spread  over the,
section whoro tti,e ,worms appear.
Hon. Price Blllnon, minister of Fl-
nance and Agriculture of British Columbia, has accepted an Invitation'to
address the great international Dry-
Farming Congress hi Lethbridge. Alberta, October 21-2Gth, and ho has
notified the offlcorB of tho orp-nniza-
tlon that he Jb making ��very effort to
havo ono of tho largest exhibits of
fruits over gathorod In British Columbia to display to tho grout luinl
BshWB In Chicago and Now York after
thu Dry-Farmed Products Expoaltlon
at Lethbridge.
Tho. jvoBBlhilltlon of cell Btorapo exportation ot food from Manchuria for
European consumption arc Indicated
by tho markot prices showing    that
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dr��-(l. rhlcki'iii; and ilnc.k:'  Tor P. cuntf!
each, deer for 7 cents and shoop for
���   ��� ���������      ���. " i
Appropriate  ', ���
Willis���Why do you call ,your ma-
uhiiio a sho?
GIUlB���It Ih said to he tho lant
word in automobllo coiiBtructlon.'���,
Oil   ui       ^-.i.vit.r    ���.VCH'ts
Tho dotnand for oil of oodnr Ih very
Umitiu. iu lOnulami, Coumil' Gonnrul.
GrlffltUii states, that lt Is iihiuI prln-
Clpnlly In HoapinakiiiK- Tho current
market prlco in London Ih  14 to ip
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m.nri,*   i,,n   ]Mm   rW   niori*      . Th��   Af.
Uuuul for cc.tUtr wood Oil la mild to be
grantor In Franco and Germany.
If ou can never tea ivnen
'?ii'hiirae ���'ie"goiri'g;itt��?
develop a Curb, Splint. {
SpaVin, Ringbone or .���*/
lamenese. - "Vet^t is pqand^
to happen   sooner or later.
And you can't afford to -keep    -
him iu the bam. Keep aboitle ot
KendalFs Spavin Cure
ho,ndy at all timee., Mr.. Briem,
of Icelandic RlveV, Mail'., writes:
, *'l /havo ^**�� >W��lng J^eptlall'M
Spavin Cure and find it safe *nd
aure." .���ti>-itr  .-
Get Kendalfa Spavin, Cure at
any druggist's. ' '$C ��� per bottle���
$ bottles ifpr $$,
I "Treatise on tbe
���write to,
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r^tHti? rwm r t�� i;r>ii ss'iriLi i-itjgVh-'.iiiwi s*is*IiiiSAS W������W:  ���������*���������������  THE    CP.ESTON    REVIEW,    CJEt������STON.    B. O,  ������ is^ssjiisws^wwsi^^^MkiWi  reston ^Revieyp  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  ng and Puhtisbing Company, Ltd.  W. B. McOhvns  Editor and Manager  The Beview is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, oir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout tbe Oreston district and  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rates  are based on tho scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first 'issue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding -weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Oxitributions must be brief and  signed.  ������U>  L rpstc )T1    H ot^S 1  The ether day a man went into a store  to buy a saw. He saw the kind he wanted and asked the priqe. It was $1.65  the dealers said.  ''Good gracious," said the man, "I  csa get the same thing from Timothy  Earooiorfi.So."*  "That7*? less than it cost me," said the  dealer* "ImtZ'Usellit on the same terms  as the mail order bouse lost, the same."  "AH right, yon send ii along", said  Ike customer, ''and charge it to my ac-  eow-p'**'* tY  "Not on your life," said the dealer.  ,cKo charge accounts. You can't do  ���������business with the mail order house that  way.   Fork ova? the cash."  "The custoiasr corn-plied.  "Now two cents postage aad five cents  *o? a oaoaej order.  "What "  "Certainly, yon have to send a letter [  iwrl a money order to & *nail csde*? house  yon know."  The Customer, iawarsiy saving, kept  to his agreement and paid the seven  Semi-ready Suits  T������? Speqial Order  IF THERE Is no Semi-ready store it  your town you may have a Semi-read]*  suit made lo your special order from patterns. Send tor "King's Own" serue  salts tut $20, with style book and self-  measuring forms. Guaranteed. Sold at  the same price everywhere in Canada.  Have you seen tbe style book, "Sir!"  One ior you at Semi-ready Limited,  S4!ftnlTi.gl.  8??sa!-rTiuig  U1JJ.  (>. Sired Johnston, Fertile. B. C.  SiRDAR PERSONALS  The Leading  Hotel of the  Frnit    Beit  uur  Cah  \yuesis  c&gain  YOU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the- comfort of our guests, gjjjj  The rooms are well furnished its  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,  and Commercials.  -tXCULI V.U.CJ, J3j  Tourists  mm  ��������� ��������� AjTMsaw  /������> sx ivioran  Prop,  *-*%H  xmoaratib-s  ' ���������*Jr  ~       'XT "  Mrs. T. Hoffman returned to Sirdar  from Cranbrook where she has been ill  'or the past 3 weeks.  The old time prospectors from Summit Creek are very ?busy doing tbeir  usual assessment work.  Mr. Petes-son of Ymir, (better known  as   uPete the packer") was iu  town j taking part or having taken purl, iu such   _^>-_5^^^^^^^^^Si@3^^<sc"  ' Ul/ %t>r V5Jfc������ \^������ 'H>'>0������'\i>*\f>' VU/^O*" XJ>" X������  Nt������* **}* VJ* VJ/\{J^-i������/\i5* \tJr ^Si'  NOTICE  Placing obsttuotions in the highway  is a serious offence punishable   b-*" s  I heavy fine and imprisonment.    Parties  ���������'*2!*b"w? sbSs^Ats s������alse3Epsess.,,  ''Well,'I'll be -I" 1������9 said to"*  jpasd it, saying, "Now hand me that  saw and I'll take it home myself and be  rid of this foolery!"  ''Hand it to yon? Where do you  think you are? Yoare in Creston and  I'm io Toronto, and you'll have to wait  two weeks for the saw."  vvhereapoa the dealer hung the sa**r  ������n a peg and pat the money in a cash  drawer.  "That makes $1 67," he said. "It has  cost yon two cents more and it has take-  en you two weeks longer to get it than  if you had paid my price in the first  place,"���������Ex.  V������ ednesday and Thursday.  The Stark Brothers and Mr. William  of Creston went through Sirdar a few  days ago with a large supply of provisions and tools making for Summit  Greek %'here they have Joe Knoll very  busy putting up buildings and improvements on their claims there.  vi-vwrnw    A*f������4-������   -^^-.-j    ���������������������������_ A.y..������   in*>r.vw  ^-VV AA.V-Ajr-^-'-.^.V      awrwAw     x*.m     A^-w-      r ,i r, A -��������� *.-��������� -  A  matron of the person who poisoned a  better dog than himself. My Dog  Punch.       William Morris,  Mr. J. It. Quaife purchased the old  Burton launch from Eddy Bcalan and  has had it completely remodeled and a  different engine put in.  Mr. "Williams of Creston had brought  from Boawalu to Sirdar  a nerv  launch  solid oak hull, four horse power engine  price $2 50.   Eddy Doalan is engaged to  remodei it.  Fishing is as good as ever at Sirdar,  Trout and squaw fish being very plentiful.  } work are warned that they wiii bepros-  i  eecuied t3 the full extent of the law.  Citiasas having any kncwlegeof placing  of such obstructions, are requested to  place the matter before the proper offic-  KITCHENER NOTES  Mr. G. Y. McGookln, preBbyteriap  minister at Moyle spent the week end  at Mr. Burgess.  IB* Walassley made a busioess trip to  Kitchener this week.  Gust Andeen spent a few days in Nel-  ���������on this week.  UisseA Johnston, Cameron and Need*  torn spent Sunday with Mrs. Goo. Hunt.  V. H> Hlokey and friend spent a day  ���������up Goat rivor. "Tom" reports having  ���������OAUght 100 of the speckled beauties.  JB. Miller, merchant of Kitchener spent  uday inOroBton.  Mr. Piatt of .Oreston has arrived to  wok on tho government road for G. A.  Bunt.  O. Harris and party is going to work  on the White Grouse trail.  The O. P. B. fence gang are now  ���������worktafr west from Kinert.  Mr. Trench of Nelson, traveller for  for Swift Canadian spent a day in Kitch-  ���������hter this wook.  FOB SALE  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  side. Cloae to town adjoining the meadows aud unliable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Be-slow.  We have j\ist put into  stock  three  ������Phonographs with all the latest attach-  ������ments including the new bygnet horns.  They sell at the following prices:���������  , Home Phonograph $65.00  Standard Phonograph $45.00  Fireside Phonograph $35.00  We have also 1 co four minute records in stock and they are well assorted.  ^t"*  -tf^v  ������ (Jreston Drug&Book Co.  v*  hone 51  aSS.  M  maammmaBaaaatsamTi  ials.  Signed,  Geo. M. Gunn,  Provincial Constable.  A. reporter for the London Daily  Chronicle announces tlmt through tlie  eid of the otoph'sne, a machine Invented by Pouwnier Dalbe, who de-  elarea he can make light audible ho  **.*"T^*    *">*������v������iin,'h     ihn    Kiirftliv    Mi'llMlt tl'������  ���������receivers, such as aro used hy wircleHH  -opuratoru, a nuipiiig m-unitl  iiuulr \>y  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed ''Tender for Wharf at Boswell, B, C." will  he recleved at this offlice until 4 p. in.,  on Tuesday, July 2,1012, for the construction of a Pile Bent Wharf at  Boswell, Division of Nelson, Kootenay  District, B. O.  Plans, specifications and form of  contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at this Department and  \at the offices of ���������&. A. Keefer, Esq.,  District Engineer, Now Westminster,  B. C. and on application to the Postmaster at Victoria, B. C,  Persons tendering ure notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  mode on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stilting their occupations and  places of residence. Tn the case of  firms, tho actual signature, tho nature  of the occupation, and tlio place of residence of each member of tho firm  must bo given,  Each tender must ho accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to tho ordor of tho  Honourable the Minister of Public  Workt-i, equal to ten per cunt (10 p. c )  of tho amount of the tender, which  will ho forfeited if tho person tonder-  tr-.nr -IfL-linr tn cntrv into n. contrnnt  ul'c-Ji '.''iilril u',1.11 In ilu so, orfnino  romph'to tho work contracted for. If  the ���������UmdiJi' ho not accepted tho choquo  will I io ri'tiii'iim).  Tho depart*''(''���������(��������� iIoi'H not hind itself  Hn ;u;i!i'|������t tim ioivj*ut or iwy ti'iitlur.  l\y orilw  It. O. DK������ltOOU|������IlM,  Hiif-i'otary  Dcipartiiu'iit of |-*uhji������ Vv'orkN,  Ni'WHpupi'iM will not bo paid for UiIh  rulv.-rtiHuirii'iit If they ii������Hi������it it wltll-  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  tbeundersigned.aiid endoi*sed "Tender  for Wharf at Needles, B. C." will be  received at this office until 4 P. M., on  Thursday, July 4, 1912, for the con-  Istruction of a Pile Bent Wharf at  Needles, Division of,Arrow Lake, District of Kootenay, B. C  Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at  the offices of C. C. Worsfold, Esq.,  District Engineer, New Westminster,  B. C, and on application to the Postmasters at Needles, B, C,, and Vic'  toria, B. C.  Persons Tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with theiractual signatures  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actuai. Bignauure, uuc nature o*. uic occupation, and place of residence of  each member of fcheflrm must he given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of tho  Honourable *fche Minister of Public  Works, equal to ton por cent (10 p, c.)  of the amount of the tender, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to entor into a contract  whon called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender he not accepted tho cheque  will be returned.  Tho department docs not bind itself  to accept tho lowest or any tender.  By ordor,  R, C. DESROCHERS  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, .luno 5,1(112  Newspapers will not ho paid for this  ndvotisnnriont if thoy insert, it. without  authority from the department.��������� 28253  ���������electrie light.   Mr. Dallre umUu (hut  the "bio-on l������ quite tvudibl* auu me nun | out authority trom tlio uipui Lmoni  rsssrs llsa a c^isuctAih I ������-22SKJ.  Df. de Van's Femaie Puis  A reliable French regulator; never fails. These  eills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Refuse  all cheap imitation!!. ������** do Van's are sold at  *5 a box, or three for #10. Mailed to any address.  1������i Ss^^cU Sr=c..e������r.:Sti C=t������������������iE-?S; 0������*-  NOTICE v  Nelson Land pis.riot���������District of West  xicoienay '  Take notice that I, Guy Lowenberg.  of Creston, B, C, occupation, ajsettfe, in  tends to apply for permission to purchase ths' following described lands;  Oommenaing at a point on the east  boundary of lot 9269 about 20 chaius  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 fconfcaining  120 acres  more or less.  Guy Lowenberg,  Dated May 10,1012. Applicant.  NOTICE  MMMHMM������SW|Mi  IN THE MATTER, OP* AN APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate  Certificate of Title to Lots 8 nnd 10  Block 36 Town of Oreston, Map 693.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat  it is my intention to issue at the expiration of one month after the first publication hereof, a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to the above mentioned  lot in tho name of Charles Orrin Rod-  gers whioh Certificate is dated the Sod  day of April 1909 at 91*30 A. M. and  numbered 10449A.  Nelnons B. C.,  14th May 1912.  Sam. O. L  Roe,  District Registrar  WATER NOTICE  Wo,   Tho  Bedlington   and   Nelson  Railway  Company of Vancouver, B.  <J,, i������y oucupaiiiuu h juilwity cinii|>iu,y,  givu notice that wo iniuiui uu tliu wjl.ii  clay of .Tuly next, at cloven o'clock iu  the forenoon, to apply to tho Water  Commissioner at his ofiico iit> NoInoii  B. C, for a licence to take and  uho nno-bnlf (}Q cubic foot of  water pifi- huvimil from an iiiuiaiiHid  spring to ho divertod at a point alum'.,  1MH.5 nbovii tho Water* Tank.  I IW "V<t'.tT V.'tti  hi' MnihJ <i������i   ..ill     ciir)i(.  of wny, for (loniOHtio purposoH, for  lin'oiiiotlvi'ii and triiliih,  A. H, MaoNicux,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nuli-on Hallway uuiupaiiy  UiiUiti Muu l'a.i.h uay ui Jium, 4111.4.  A writer in tho Tecnical World says  that tho ordidary ugly, warty toad  is tho greatest of insect destroyers.  It Is estimated that a toad is worth  $1*1: por year to tho farmer by ro.ison  of tho destructive hugs and other in-  insects that he destroys,  "The amount a toad will eat is astonishing. A largo specimen has boon  known to cat 100 rose booties at a  stnglo meal; another toad ate 77 centipedes for his Niippor ono evening;  anothor,-55 army worms at ono sitting  awl for another, 05 cat,i'rpillcv!i m������d<>  ono meal; anothor nnomed to enjoy  80 flies fed to him in ten minutes. Ilo  will sit at the door of an ant/n ������OHt  iliiu   V������*ith   Ii iii   h'iiir,,   lilil'd   qtiiuk  loii('  snip up every ono of tho Insects.  -AS6ffet*������6������*&������*6������&  W    mam m ���������   i *     mm m  liH m mm. -        -  18  ���������*?������  w  m  H������  [ft  urn  t|V  ransfer, Livery and i-eed stables  (Best equipped LivervJn Town)  * ��������� ������     sr m* /  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for. sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  *A Feed for sale. Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co. ' Horses for salo  "A' I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet "all trains  lV-   at any hour of the day or night.    Commercial men and laudseekers, will  *������������������  :��������� a ... a.   -  "/J? A^V.CIAV.1?.   pAUUJlJl.   4jXt/l,C"AltJIJU  I H... S. McCreath, Prop  TO -Phone 56 ./: Sirdar Avenue Box 14  lT^>''*^A*J������,>^l*4*'^'a'>*'������'to'!B'������  ^mWmW^^aWii^mm^m  ^.very once in awhile .a good thing comes your  way, and it is simply up to. you whether you  make it yours, or  blindly pass it by. ?  VAt "mim t miun nnno" -mmv is? ah  M  I  mt PiNuuMt m Yfit mm ioiiay iss  Bf-''  mmf^imW^^S^'      '      fegfl''   Mtg  ,-H; .,  .^gslr'W-      lt&8..,;      HI    "?"H '"���������  If you're wise and alive you'll get iu ou tHis,  while the time is ripe, to turn dimes into dollars  almost "overnight." ' ���������  Big Lots From $200 and up  AIMD NOSNTEREST  Just io per cent down and 5 per cent a month  gives you ownership of re-il property that should  solve all your future financial problems.  No use telling you tbe details in lluV space��������� K^  it would take 'tins' whole paper to do the subject.*^  justice, aud even then you   rightly would want, to "^  ���������rfSta"*'  bmbb mm  SaWlMmT  B9       BmmWlmW BBWa  Hy/J0.I b,*" wWC;  'WW ^J0SB    WSSZ-.  So come  and see ue-Savc time nnd make  money  YOU US FOR PROSPERITY  MADAM  LAVAL'?  a rkTi^aTiiuF umitrKjATOit  Thene PIU* nro piiiii|kuiiii|,i(I v/llh tho (rrnMUirit  enrm Irom uio ntoHt  rcllublo fcnii'illci Xnowu to  ii������ usotl with much  pliVKlrlniiii luiowu.   feasliii* dlsorderi.  ���������.    _ it .     tcluncoi ���������ucli no uro lielnu: usotl with iiiuciiaucceg7  byj.'.o most celobnituil piiynK-inntt luiowu.  They ������r������ n ipocllic <or tlm dlntre  iu Wl.li.il li,u 4A.....1,., . ..i.eimuiui, ,��������� tiau.w.  Vriea ��������������������� 11 box..   No. tt (much atron-rarj. JM ������  box.   "3QIUM.I. ���������MiuiUKaiuiAiii, ui oy luaiiiiuui a.^4  f\m*~%        *!~="������.  Vancouver, \\B.C.        mC  ������->��������� VI- St HJi ��������� ������������ ������V>* H     aa^/ii. SJ"^ ii V    Wfe.    B^<UIi1Viit V  Li mited  Creston Valley Investment Co.,  mmBammW**^  5SAgents for Creston and District. 5  J*m 1   ... .... .   _     .,-.._-. ^.   ������-   ~  ������������������  .���������    waMs������������*.      .������.A.<������.1%4I������/U,������A>.   ���������fc.^v  ' **JVUUVJ������Ml#l*'*l''*'A4'������'*"        ������**'**'������ **���������*������������������*���������* ������       ������      4A������     ���������        4. *  ^/  M  a  fJi  \Bm%9  vti>  jigge  *.fm  lAflBsT  vu*  SI  int.  BBS  ?s  cnSSS  w  4-33.  '\mmmmmWk  m  IBflSj  ������7l  fSmmm%m  m  ^^99  *  s^s  ������  LSSSfflS  ���������c    11  ,nw.w.rt.���������wini.,ii  iSUmmm  nauas THE   CRESTON    B&VXEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  I I   ll I ll>hrfW,4IA.I'l,l'FIII  I  J.  ���������J. +mW   -V*IV������ -V   ��������� *^^^V -"mW-W      TBOB Tm*r)\  ���������<*���������*  VV^B'VB'W*-* ���������*������***  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit    >  General Commission Merchants  NELSON       -       B. C;  COMPLET  Animai    Fertilizers  MONEY  SEmtGS  Sow Barns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  4.4>** A^MV  jui      v/u.r  Call  or  send  New  Pamphlet  which is  full of useful information  ��������� for Fruit Growers etc.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Mr. Paul Ofner of Coleman, Alta.,  last week purchased 10 acres of land at  Duck Creek trom Mr. Snarkes. Mr.  Ofner-returned to Coleman to bring his  Government Bulletins  The Division of Entomology of iho  Experimental Farms Branch of tbe -, Dominion Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, has recently issued a bulletin by  Dr. O. Gordon Hewitt, Dominion. Eu-  family and wijl  in the future reside at t tomologist, ou  "The Control of Insect  Duok Creek.  Mr. Sparkes will rdsign his position as  teacher of the Wynndel school.  below the average -this mouth owing to  *������*���������"������*"���������     ���������**'^***s/      ^'���������V***������A*|)l(j   13 WM i3V������ AA i  Borry picking was partly suspended  i  Tuesday owing to tho rush to the circus.  OB  o,  -Limited  CRESTON  t> n  Head Office  VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  r** AT il A "P"V  Electric Restorer for Men  PhncnhonoS restore:*, every nerve in the body  ~ r" "       to its proper tension; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  -weakness averted at once. PIioapTaoiaol will  make yon a new man. Price S8 a box. or two for  $5. Mailed to any address. 3S������������ gssfesJl Ssng  Co., Sta Caf&srEaeg,, ������sfe  The Bennett is the ideal typwriter for  for the business man who does not feel  justified iu tying up $100 to $125 in a  large machine but would like to send  out business like, neat work. The Little Bennett enables him to do this as it  is the only small typewriter that is"  practicle. While there have been r���������  number of bmall machines on tbe market they did uot stav. Tickets on sale  at Kotfields Pool room, 1 cent to $1.00  J. 5. SANFORD  sole agent for  tbe   Kobtensys.    Head  quarters-Craubrook.   P. O. Box233  Pests in Canada."  f  . An account is given of the history of  the war agair>at insect peBt-3 have invaded the country as it has been gradually  opened up and cultivated. The manner  iu which the Dominion ana Proviac-uO  governments are endeavoring by legii-  laticu and ether mean to prevent the introduction of insect pests luto Canada  and  the inorense  and spread of thos*'  fjyjavo nlACUUJ,   JUCA r  AS  UebUllUt*U  jj.u in  teresting summary of the various linef-  of work undertaken nnd carried' on by  che Division of Entomology at  Qttav. ������  is given and Ihe general pn'ilie will no  doubt be emptied at tho u>>wiy problem*  ���������Ahieh come \vitJiin the scopn nf tlie fc'n  -'ijnn!ngis-s v. he-tic cjiIIpi] upon to  den.  with insects in their rehiiioiis to aii  ih<  varied activities of man; ineeits at tad -  ings man's possessions    and   infesting  houses,    attacking   domestic   animai^  and finally affecting the health of man.  All insects, however, are uot itijaru u-������  and. tim work  ot  tiio  iiiitGuioio^ist; ib-  includes bees nnd beekeeping and tbe  and the study of parisitio aud other enemies which may be of assistance in obtaining control of" insect pests.  -.��������� t������        -*���������  t~l 1 .��������������������� 1-* 4\n 'Dvtll rt ***I**|-������  ������������������UOP     eS OJ. IX1IS pUUllliaUUlJy A^-.".A*.* W*U-A4A>  Amunu  wx mmmub\  NOTE���������Whereas it is only possible  for fruit magazines and publications  to cover the field of fruit raising in a  general manner, the Roviow 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.  A few weeks ago a letter was printed in one of the Cranbrook papers  asking the iuliowing question: "Can a  man m?iko a living on five acres?"  A stranger to Cranbrook, judging  from the reply published a week later  would realy doubt Hie possibility, at  any rate he would be led to believe the  question quite debateable. One letter  rttked if the question included man  and family.  Can a man make a living on live  acres?  What would the person who asked  that question think of this'-' Produce  to the amount of $1200 was raised and  sold from oue a ore in a single season.  The crop was co-ruposed 6f tomatoes  and encumbers, and of course the acre  is located in this valley.  A. Liudlcy, who has the figures to  show, was thus well repaid **or the  time and labor spent on but one acre  of his l-ciiich in 1910. Last year vvas  an oft' year for tomatoes and therefore  he did not do so well but by present  indications this seasons crop will be a  record breaker. Mr. Lindley expects  a much larger crop than  ever before.  SS  "I**" ���������?** j  ": ti-g**3&  1 Hav  f Im I \3i% nui OL  W. H.-JOHNSOK,   Proprietor   '  I  THE   HOME  or   THE.  TRANSIENT  4-A*A  ���������I?  COMMODIOUS  ������-* mmm *-������ m   4���������  ROO M S  ZJ&ffismm?jjJMm*m*sm  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date  and   the   bar sup-  A-*Al-na/H    <������-���������*"������������������������������������ 4-In    st*.**! 1 *���������*������   4-T*^    W<*i������t;*j5-   trivn'Mn  of goods.   "��������� ��������� i  ���������  Creston, BcCs  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUNDf WALKER, C.V.O., "LL.D., D.C.L., Fresideni  ALEXANDER LAIRD  General Manager  ixxvo  rxxxvu  Assistant General Manugct*  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  iniai-Acij o*; tHs ctir���������^-^* **?ts is *-^lIov/e^' o*"1  "      ~" j-  ���������"     ' A"'-' -  ^. Aja^./s^ .^.e*? .**>.(&' .0*.**' *t**>.**���������*'/**'*<**''0ssf>-t**'^'%%^   %&i%^%%Z*mmm^*S&$^^i<**>,  \hi  W  m&ir  **.V4������'  ���������       SS Wu Wm      S3 SS Mb   an   SS ��������� *"^^   ^H   SS ^a ^S  m  ^a.5 fl S Ba  ���������    ��������� HI  aa  rf/**  . *i.  IT*  **VAr  Vi/  \i/  IF ll*s  Ti  No. 9 (Second Series), may be obtained  from the Publications Branch, Department of Agriculture. Ottawa.      " | The Pliints iu'e in fine condition.   This  " early they arc carrying tomatoes from  2J������ inches in diameter in size to the  blossom. The plants were set out 2  feet 0 inches apart in the rows, with  the rows 4 feet'from each.other. The  ���������roots, already, of the different plants  which run ^ai'-ellel with, and about six  inches below the surface of the ground,  nearly meet in the rows.  When he came to Creston a few  years ag^o, Mr. Lindley knew nothing  of farming., The first years experience  was a dear teacher. His tomatoe crop  was spoiled by excessive cultivation.  of $i ?.nd  upwards.    Careful attention is given to every account     Small accounts  are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Accounts may be opened ia the names of two or more person;  withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. q^  TERCY <&. FOWLER, &'a.nagev, Creston Branch ���������  . 1  m   /r   it   n   /r    /?   /^  to  m  YOU WANT  <4V������\  IT  to  Being ignorant of -che Way the roots  a The British Columbia Nurseries Go. Ltd.,  Of Vancouver, B. G.  Have just received an So page illustrated  Sand  descriptive  catalogue of   their  fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free   for  || the askiug t j intending   planters.  || Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  Si at Creston, B. C.  II      A  TRIAL  ORDER wall convince th most  || critical of the superiority of our one yzat old  tres on three year roots. ' ' ?  The &. Gm Nurseries G&m Ltd*.  tGSQ 7ihMve- Ws Vancouver* B* Qs  m  m  ������1  I!  fflNmwNNmi  to  Oft  il/  m  a. -������ ���������  m  tWLBmlmmmBBBm)  A*" ,  ito-  ib't  iii  f  \*/  r. Rancher!  usisiessreiam  tise your business by  Hi  \i>  \il  mm  jmwuam w������������ ������������-W  grew he plowed too deep thus spoiling  his plants.   Now he makes it  a practice to cultivate at least once a week  from the time the land was plowed  which is  as early as possible in the  spring, until the growth of the vines  prevents,    cultivating   lighter   each  week as tho plants mature so as not to  injure the toots.  gg^ j    He is now beginning to trim back  IT?  tho tops of the plants which makes  tlio lateral branches develope and become more fruitful, and prevents the  vines from  getting ovor  tall.     This  work requires some -judgement for" the  removal of two   much   foiUago  may  permit tho tomatoes to burn in tho  sun.  ' Soft, moist soil ih reached, even in  thin dry season, by drawing buck only  about three inches of the line dust  mulch which is made by ho much cultivation. On Home part** of the land  moisture comes to'tho Hiufaco due to  what is Honiotimo called sub-irriga|ii>n  caused by water seeping from Gout  mountain.  It is Mv.   Undloy'H, intention   this  year to\i**utu,|l a small canning plant  to luimlio  tho  nc.'oiid  into tomatoes  which would oLhmvine be a lonn, after  shipping tlio best of tho crop fresb.  From tho 4!������10 plants he is growing ho  oxpectR there will be about two tons  of cull  tomaloi'H,   Tl'iin amount will  fill from 1000 to lf>00 caws which  can  .���������,������. unld ni, fi'oni 1*>. cents a tin up.  . x.   j     Tin;  iViiTi'iviiivlliat.   the' growth   \>T  j{&\  clover makes  on  the  productivity, of  m '  $&\ Hiowii iiiul plowril uiiiU'i*, tlio Tornatno  J-A-j. ' plant-* arc far in ikIvkiic.' of thorn*  *.?.    grown wlit-iT l.l������������*������*o Iiiim \w.m\ no clover.  irabelli  Saddfie end  Harness  '���������'ti':A specialty  Dealer iu   hig'i   cla'-ss  boots and shoes, i-  \  xj-ei your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  Creston    Wirte    &  Spirit Go*^  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  a,4k*JA  wmam  wmtwto  slsfUsUssjjW  _<aJS!L.  SEGStETS <&F  LIFE  1 Statements made by patients taking the New MelUod Treatment.   They bow it Caret  tST No Name* or Testimonials used without written consent  the soil in .well di-uionHtratoil on this  anch,   Where  tho clover bas   been  COXSTmjTIONAlA BLOOD  DISKASK. ,  rntlcnt No, 10174.   "Tho npota aro all  com? from my loss and arms 'anil' 1 fc'l  Kooil now. I am very irmtorul to you  nnrt ulmll novar fovuot tho favor yum*  medicines havo ilono for mo. You i*:ui  wao my nnmo <n rocommondtni- It tt>  nny Duftor.or. I am Bolnnr to not w.-.v-  vlod ooon. Thanlclntt* you onco mon-,  etc,"  SAYS TWO MONTHS CUItED HIM.  ��������� Pat"lent No. KilflK. Auo aa. Blnirio.  Xniluliioil In immoral hnMn <l yoarn. Do-  poalt ln urlni) and ilratna at nlKlit.  VarleoHo Voltm on both nliloa, pnlnii lit  IiimiU. wuuli HiiAiuiUy. llu wi'llcu:���������"1  rooalvod your lottur of rocont ilnio anil  in rtinly I am i)lminod to nay tlmt afun*  tuUliiK two moiuhu' tiMiitmonl I would  coMtiiior myaolf complotoly curod, an I  huvo nnon no elijnfi ot thorn oomlnn*  hactc (ono year).  Tins vvoni������i> siawrs DirrKKKNT.  ration', No. lt,0S������.    "I havo not had  , a roiriiliir 13mlH"ilon I don't lenow whon  and am foi'llnir Uno,    Tim *.,u',il ������oi'nin  UlKit.'vtlll'i'   llllltlCIlt   to    UU>   IUKI   1   llliliii.  Ood for illrontlmr mo to yon.    Vou huvo  boon  un  honoHt doctor with mo."  VAIUCOSB VEINS CUBED.  Cnm* No. IflBBft. Symptom's when he  ntartod troatmont:���������Aro 21. Blnulo. In-  dulled In Immoral lviiiltu ofvoral years  Vorlcouo Volno on both Bldoo-^-plmploB  on tlio faco, oto. After two months'  troatmont ho wrltfB an follow*:���������-"Your  wolcorno lottor to hand and am vory  triad to nny that I think myaolf ourod.  My Varlcoso Volna havo complotoly dl������-  uppom-od for qulto a whllo and It Booms  ii euro. I work harder and foal leas  tired. I Imvo no doulro for that habit  whatever nnd If I may llko thin, which  I havo every roaaon to hollovo T will.  Thanklns you for your kind attention,"  etc.  OAISICT* 1* TOUNDB IN ONTO MONTIT.  IM.lent No. iiitiZZ. ThU iJiilloia (uicod  6H) had a chronic oaao of Norvoua Do-  lllty and floxual Woaknoaa and waa run  down lu vIroi* and vitality. After ono  month's troatmont Uo roporta aa fol������  Iowa:���������"T nm feollnif very woll. I havo,  Knlnoii 1*1 ,poum!a In ono month, no thnt.1  1 will huvo'to com;ratulato you." Later  report;���������"I am bentlnnlnir to fool moro  llko a mutt. I fuel my condition Is  KottlnK bettor every, week." Hla laat re*  jior.t:���������"Dear llootons���������Aa I foal thla la  t!;.- :.-.st r.-.r.r.t!���������.'-: ;r: **.:���������.-...":.\. li.ul \ .vlil  have to Rot. T thhiiR-ht nt ono tlmo 1*  wuulit novcr oo ciiivii iiui i |>uv CDii-  tldonee In you from tho start and you  Imvo I'ur.'d mo."  ������������������iTAil  if  ������ v������  %ix  a  f\f\ /\ t\.  m  ���������<k  +.X .. ���������-������������.** .���������*"������������������*.��������������������� %.*-a .<*s,. ���������<������������*,. ���������***%. -*s^ .���������**!>. -jhs, -as-^aL?- 'Ja. J2&'jsa ^-ri  *Sr^!Bf*^f,1!Bf?BA^^ *0H0*t00* 0t0'  >'&'&>&''*m*'0a'       a*'*0*l*  Mr. 1 ilndley bclievi'S Im haw iIIhcov-  ifi'od a now cure for tin* cut wormc.  Th-Yv h.ivi-tioiibl.'il imi vi'ry little and  ho thlnkH it Ih due to the uho. of fcrtil-  i/.or from tbe lien Iiouho which uuent**  i.to Rill tho pcstH,  CURBS GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  Wo treat and euro VARICOSE VEINS. NEBVOUS  DEBILITY, iDLOOO AN|>  URINARY COMIM.AINTfl, KlhNF.V  AND  hl.ADnP.R   OISF.ASM   .nd  .x\l DUsusI  paCCONSULTATION FREE.   BOOKS FREE.   Iff unable to call write for ��������� Questiesi  Blank lor Home Treatment.  tfflT������������i*ifi"*������^B/^l*risir^BCr AH lottor* from CAnttdiviwust be addressed to our, Ctuv  Dns.KENNEBIT&KENIi������eFf  Cor. Michiffan Ave. and Griswoid St.,  Detroit, lVlich.  . s  1  tt^.i'Ml>MiWa?iHi.|y!tt t*fei*MJfJ#������**������ff  ���������a  ma  *MtMM%������/&W!!'.  SBS  g*������^!|lill|lMj  *������Mxmaaam*ja^^  mtm  mmmtBSStSS^MWM^Ss^s^i  ���������-.���������.aJlM*^!**'*^^ ''^"r.ti'r.ti".': 'Iii*'*^** infaijij-in  lt!^Jf&f^!^,������m!*P?'t!,*'tm*'*  '9MWS9S^!^^i'r!m^^^19  Msmmsm  iHaVtm ���������|sai|%'l|������--WJ*-J^fAJh^^;-iM^.^ ' ���������WWMW^H. .     A,^S..MWA,l^WrSf.|||������)s|tSSy>li)'sllsiiS<  iSSiIsiisisaiYitfi'ial  HHMHMAMNViMIWWINMWJMIIIMMiMAMMN  1.11111)1 A  Hi'ilMimilil.i  SwsdBsiisisHMi������iiW^ THE    CRESTON    BEVTEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  -t-  CH.EF OF THE JURY OF AWARDS !q^     yf*f'|fq   nANf'K  THE OLD  PAINS AND ACHES ARE  NOW   ONLY   A   MEMORY  Tells  of the  Wonderful   Benefits  Obtained From  )R. CHASES  KSMEY-LIVER PILL  "Like many  another Newfoundlander living far from doctors, Mr. Stone  feeis unbounded gratitude for the ben-,  efits obtained  from the use    of    Dr.  Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills.  For years he had suffered from a  congested condition of the liver and  kidneys, with headaches, backaches,  pains in limbs and body. Words fail  to describe his sufferings as well as  the gratitude he wants to express for  the cure.       **  "~Mr.~Alex J Stone, West Point, Nfld.,  writes:���������"I suppose you thought I had  forgotten all about you when 1 sot  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, but I  haven't. * You must excuse mistakes, for like many Newfoundland  men I have not much education, but,  I want to thank you many times for  your medicine.  'I cannot tell you-.what .I suffered  from liver and kidney derangements.  indigeFtion and constipation, nor can  I find words to express how. much  ���������good this medicine has done me. 1  feel better than 1 have for five years  and have given soma of these Pills to  friends, v ho tell me they have done  them a wonderful lot of good- I want  to express my heartfelt gratitude for  tho "benefit derived from the great  medi.cr.ie."  "Or- Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25c.a box. at all dealers  or  Edmanson. Dates  &  Co..  Limited,  Pfnf        \A/_    M_       "-"a i rf n rrj       Chosi"       ""5  Chairman of the Judges of th*-  Dry-Farming   Exposition  Lethbridgfv Alta.���������Proi. W. H?  {Fairfield. Superintendent of the Dominion Experiment Station on the.  easterly outskirts of Lethbridge, has  been selected by the Canadian Board  of Control as chief of the jury of  awards for the International Dry  Farmed Products Exposition, October  21-26th next-  Prof. Fairfield is one of the best  known and most successful experiment farm directors in Canada, and  in the growing of wheat, oats, barley, corn and alfalfa he has years  of study and has produced wonderful  results through rotation of crops. He  *���������������"'���������*���������������-*���������   *"������ o   r^r>r*   *>*P ��������� ���������*��������� V������ <-������.   ������-������*���������*��������� r\<\ + f*G*������ . i-*������������������������*.*"������/������fi/������ol  demonstrators cf modern agriculture  in Canada and he is a recognized au-  f i^Ariif-I T"*f ��������� r\v\ *\tt trf\r% i-J-.~% *r������i-t *���������������/-������ y* r- /������-**���������.-������ I *���������*��������� rr +/*������'  ���������t4*,*.V^4l  At/,/ V������Atl *.������ A* XUUt,<<l.' **. O    .    J/V *-  VtAj.iJii**^ \,K*  crops, tillage and seed. He is a  graduate and former member of the  facultr &f Colorado Agricultural College.  Ul  bd b a b i   "q     tent gjx bud    a  V ������ JL \JU    aSkmll\\J%*  N YOUNG CHILDREN  ���������isi\/crr������o<rrirrr*������  svi ���������*/ b.���������������^������r1 *Ci/  i  The Ultimate Victim  The grocer stood in his'little store;  He had washed    his    windows    and  swept his floor.  And he said, I wonder who'll make a  rear  On  the  cost  of  things   this   morning-  No odds what's  wrong,  and no odds  what's right,  My load of worry��������� is never light.  For somebody comes in ami wants to  fight  On  the cost  of  things  each   movn-  itxs.  A Striking Example of its Cure  By the Tonic Treatment ,''  St. Vitus dance is. the commonest  form of nervous trouble that afflicts  young children, because of the great  demand made on the body by .growth  and development, and there is. an added strain caused by study. It is  when these demands become so great  that they impoverish the blood, and  the nerves fail to receive their- full  supply of nourishment, that the nervous debility which leads to St. Vitus  uauce  begins.  The remarkable success of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in curing St. Vitus  dance should lead parents to* give this  great blood-building medicine to their  children at the first signs of the approach of the disease. Pallar, list-  Iessness, inattention, restlessness aud  irritability are all symptoms which  early show that, the blood and uerves  are failing to meet the dema.nd upon  them.' Here is''proof of the power of  t-������_    u'liiiAtv.-1  x>\~.*i-   r������;ti<.   4-������   ������.....,-  (-v,i���������  A^l  . , V  ill.AAJi.4C     .   X.   1U4\      A..AC,       .V      VUiC   L.AAAO.  trouble. Mrs. J. W. Towns, Oshawa,  Ont.? says:���������"At the age Of eleven  my daughter was attacked with St.  Vitus dance, and despite all Sve did  for her the trouble grew rapidly  worse- Soon she was scarcely, able  to walk, her body and limbs Yjerkt'd  and trembled ��������� so, and she was* quite  unable, to feed herself. When she  would lie down, she would be unable  to riss v.'i'ho"* '���������.������sis*fMi<*i">   .-. A������ uiitii-  I  j ing was helping ' hei*.I wrote a friend  -,.   ���������,   ,,     . ,  -,   , , ,      rwhose daughter had been siimla;i*ly uf-  h?Sclil\   '    Ud eSS3' do you  !Uu5erM fected. and-she advised the us*YOf Dr.  XVq '',,*'',"..,. . , ,.       .      .-i-VViUiaiBs'-irnvk PHiii.-wWch':h-id':*s'iu'ed  Were bous.u an ������ bargoned trom hand j h<?1. 6hmy    j iU ouce g# a SUppjy oC  and "oven   thr*   uso  of: tht  8  Death  Rail of Alps  The  number  of  fatalities    due  CiiU.1  iiiaae  since."'  Sold  by all  medicine dealers  j. u*. a   ca!!i>'     oy     i'ouu's  pru-es   vamt, j bv   m  n aj;  50 .-c.t,tlts-  a  box, or  six  lor  the  cost ol  things this, .morn-r^.^  fm. j2>50 ������rmn The    Dr.    Wil-  m.;  to I "'he  people  rage  and  p-aner-s  howl.  Hams'  Medicine Co.. Brockville. Ont.  i  M-*n  as   Quadruped  prominent." German  ���������mountain climbing in Switzerland has i The  reformers  shout  and  the  voters  ���������rapidly increased during recent years.! growl,  According   to   an   authentic   eompila-; And the'housewife's face wears a bit-1     A     prominent.    German     biologist  vtion, nine'-y deaths were due to maun- i rei*  scow"! i maintains   that  man   made  a  serious  tain  climbing  in  the Swiss  and  Its!- i     Whi*-,;-. she orders things each morn  San. Alps  during  the  year  ended   De-' =ug. j n-.au w  ������.  cember 1, 3&10.     To the above figures ; Prcd"cor, railroad  and  middleman,      j tends that the backbone structure of  must   be  added   eighty   serious  acci- ' Each   "Hakes   tlie   product   pay   all   it j man   was   designed   for   a   horizontal  <lents, four c/f which, had fatal effects, j _    _ca_n���������_ .. [position   and   that   many   of   the  ills  mistake when  in his development he  bitJCd    O*"    *.*������������������������������, ���������=!*-������ 14/,        - T-lfs   *>r,ri.  The causes of the accidents were as-;  '���������cending   mountain   peaks   without    a j  guide, landslides, defects in the halt-1  eseii  (rope)  and sudden setting iu of j  fogs.      For  many   years  the  English '  have had th? greatest, number of victims 'o lament.      This year, however  the Swiss are at the head of the list.  followed   by   th.''*   Germans,   English.  Aiistrians   p.ud   Italians   respectively.  Consular P.e*oort.  And  fojks put m*-- w the roasting [ which   he   is   subject  to   a  coM or things  each.  ������-Jorn-  tiiis  uepiirture.  -r-s-.^o.  T">r������^l-  !  The Cautious Race    Sandy Hoyle, negro janitor of The  Keep Minard's Liniment in the houss. ! Advocate, listened to a discussion by    [the foreman and the intelligent compositor  on   the  commercialYposslbili-  v^ t��������� j-���������^��������� ���������.-��������� ^ ,-���������i-~ ,-^t.    i +~~ t.  ������������������ ties of the aeroplane.      Sandy-.seem-  wAPnI     titi^l  <? ^titic.sc1-.0^ teach-! ed deeply interested, .but at the close  er soni"  time- ago,  she    reiates,    re-  "Understood the    Language  Extermination of Rats and Mice  If it wore generally kuown that  there is no trouble, to rid a house,  barn or building of rats ana mice by  the use of Giliett's Lye, it is doubtful  if the article could be made as fast  as it would be used for this purpose  alone. The process connected with  using it is vory simple, the plan being to sprinkle i little of the article  in and around the holes made by  these pests in floors, partitions, etc.  In addition to this it is well to use  a thin piece of board about a foot  square, ur even smaller, and make a  complete circle of the Lye on the  board about a quarter of an inch  deep, and inside of the circle place  some meat or cheese. In endeavoring to get at the bait the feet of  the rats and mice will be burned and  the whole colony, whether large or  nmall, will immediately disappear  ���������from   the  premises.  The  plan  is  worth,  trying, butthe  Knod kind���������Giliett's Lye-���������should    bo  procured.      Refuse  the  many  cheap  ���������.Imitalljiis and  substitutes.  t ��������� ,  ?. The Most Ancient Map  * 'After some controversy about tho  age of various mapH that have come  down to us from ancient time It has  been finally determined by savants  that, the oldest, is in the form of a  mofiuic In a Byzantine church at Mal-  aba, "m Palest .inc. It. Is about 1,700  years old and purports io be a map of  a part of tlio Holy Laud.  Stamp With Key Tag  A request on a key tag to return  t.hn tin-1.io through tho malls; should  tt ii" curried away hy mislake does  nn* -ihv-iy.s accomplish the deslrrd re-  nut, as it requires the buying and  ���������pluclng ol' a stamp. To add to the  o.baru'1 '' of a k*>y and tag being re-  tiuruci. an Indiana hotel man lia.n patented a tag which carries a pot-tugc  stump vr.ih'i* a little celluloid ilit-,k.  The dh'k. which protects the slump  ���������against w* ar or defncoment. is pulled  off am', thrown away when the key  IB deponlted  In a mail box.  the Kentucky-Tennessee borderland,  and she set abmit teaching him the  intricacies of addition. She found he  could run np or down a column of  figures readily, but she could -v*  make him understand how to "carry"  from one column to another when the  total  was more than nine.  Finally the teacher called on one of  the little girls in the class and told  her she would give her a dime if she  could make the newcomer understand,  the process. Next day the litt-le girl  cal'ed  to claim  the money.  How did you make h;m see it so  quickly? inquired the teacber-  Oh, I told him when he got a number of two figures to put down the one  on the right and tote the other across,  and he knew what I meant right  away.���������Indianapolis News.  of the conversation he shook his head  solemnly  aud   said: ? ���������      ?  White folks may do great things  with them flying-machines, but one  thing I know for sutt'h���������-they won't  never ne^d no Jim Crow on'em.���������  Greenfield Advocate.  In the treatment of summer complaints the most effective remedy  that can be used is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. It is a. standard  nreparation. and many people employ  it. in preference to oilier preparations.  It Is a highly concentrated medicine  and  its  sedative  and curative    quali-  Strength o* Japanese Na%y  The present strength of the Japanese navy is as follows: Fourteen  battleships of 223,234 .tons, one time  expired battleship of 10,960 tons,  thirteen first class cruisers,. 138,052  tons; seven second" class cruisers,  38,052 tons; thirteen third class  cruisers, 43,713 tons;' fifty seven destroyers, fifty nine torpedo boats and  thirteen submarines. ��������� Scientific  American.  nun     til i  Ever Meet Oriel  That gfet-rich-quick man is as busy  as a bee.  Yes, replied Mr. Cumrox. He's one  of those busy bees who can't manage to gather honey without incidentally stinging somebody.���������Washington  Star.  been a popular medicine for many  years and thousands can attest its  superior qualifies iu overcoming dysentery and kindrpd complaints.  Chinese Rice Paper  Chinese rice paper has no rice in  its composition. The curiously  brittle, pure white material used for  the marvelous drawings of Chinese  artists Is manufactured from the pith  of a tree peculiar to Formosa. The  first paper was not. made of raw cotton nor by the Chinese- Hag paper  waa made in Arabia more than ten  centuries ago and tho crusaders  brought the Industry to Europe,  where the first paper manufactory  was established In the last, years ot  the thirteenth century.  Too Irritating  Dont you play goif any more?  No-  How is that?  Well, I took it up. for my health,  and after I^got my health I gave it  up for my disposition.���������St. Louis  Post-Dispatch.  Millions of DoUars Sent From Productive Districts to all Parts of thfe  World for Foodstuffs, While Farmers Raise Wheat.  The interest in the diversified farm- i  ing campaign which is being conduct- |1  ed by the Canadian- Beard of Control " |  through its publicity bureau at Leth- j  bridge, is spreading throughout' the ;|  western provinces of Canada and is ,1  attracting the attention of the world il  at large. 11  In a, special report of over 7500 11  words, published on May 27th ln the '"  Daily Consular and Trade Report, is- \  sued by the Department of Commerce j  and Labor at Washington, D.C.U.S. I _  Consul-General Jones, of Winnipeg, g  devotes considerable space to the ne- j ������  cessity fcr c"������- arsi-levl farming jg  throughout western Canoda. ||  "Western Canada" says the report, | j  "preseut������  the   nepiiliar  nnomnly  of  a  wonderfully   productive   country   Importing most of Its food products. Although  the prairie provinces huvo a  most productive soil, capable of producing, nearly  all  kind* ot  farm products,   they   have   not  been   able   for j g  the past   1ft years to -supply  tho dc<!|  mauds  of  ihuir     pupulatioli,    us    tho  single   purpose   or   the  western   Canadian farmers seems to be to produce  as mucli wheat as possible.  "No statistics are available showing  the enormous importation from the  Uniti-d Slates ami eastern Canada of  food products, but most of tho poultry and egg?, used in western Canada -..ouu- from the 'eastern provinces  .i'.Hl the United States, and the largest  j-v-ct'.wn of wef-.teru. Canada laces a  .!etM-th of dairy products. During  I.!'.11 the milk shortage became so  acute that tho border states of the  1-1 ni ted Siatet? witp called upon to  Mippiy the deficiency. It ia estimated that the imports of milk for the  city of Winnipeg' alone between November and February averaged $45,-  i\H)   a   week  In  value.      The   United  H':stf>K   wnq   nlcO .<"*r>llp������-|   mt������ov>   <���������������   qrinnlw  potatoes, for although these are the  most productive -crops''Yin western  Canada, they were not raised in suf-  ticieiit quautltie-j to meet the demand.  With a population 'of 1,700,000 west-.  era Canada is not producing enough  io supply its immediate needs. It  depends upon outsiders for millions  of pounds of bacon and mutton, and  for weeks at a;time the market.has  been supplied with chilled mutton  from Australia and frozen mutton  from Prince Edward Island.  "During 1911 the provinces of Al-  hei-at., Saskatchewan and Manitoba  produced .11,141,207 pounds of butter,  valued at $2,573,671 and 660,725  pounds of cheese -valued at $84,691.  These province:-' also Yproduced 14;-  044,000 bushels of potatoes, valued at  $6,303,000; 247,000- bushels of turnins  and other vegetables, valued at $2,-  931,000; 2,429,000 tops of hay and  clover, valued at $5,892,000, and the  province bf Alberta produced 15.000  tons of sugar beets, valued  at ������75,-  .ooo.... ., .*?,.. .'..-;   /   .';'.  "While western Canada has been  aljle to meet the demands of its people for beef, the disappearah.ee of  the great cattle ranges will soon force  the importation of beef."  In .quoting-th.-* livestock receipts at  the; packing houses at Winnipeg from  the provinces of Alberta, Saskatche-  man and Manitoba. Consul-General  Jones points to the steady decline  and the rapidly increasing prices. He  points out that only 85.000 hogs were  shipped to the packing house last  year, as against. 145,001) three years  ago, while the price has gone from  around $6.85 to $8.85 per hundred  pounds. '��������������������������� The receipt of sheep last  year increased from 13,000 over the  previous year, but there was no Increase from the western provinces,  the additional sheep having been  brought from Minnesota, and the  price averaged  $4.89  for the  season.  The Dry-Farming Congress will devote several sessions at'its great  meeting October 21-26, to the discussion of ways and means to bring  about the production of foodstuffs for  local markets, not alone for Cannda  but in the western portions or the  United States, in many of which  states similar conditions are confronting the rapidly Increasing population.  r  mps-sniA-i sjjgfcs,'sjii m ���������> JOB  You can swe friction, save wear,   .  save fuel, by using  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Th:* ver^y best oil for steam plants on the farm.  Lasts longer and gets more power from the  engine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes; costs less in the end. *          _   _ ��������� w ������, ,���������������n  .=������.       3���������9    ~~   ^~S        EL*   oak,  ~*m~. CSASA  ^m.      g       g-O g  &A**U JS?^*C<Ui   JCoJLA^lAil-O SmmTla.  A medium bodied oil, strongly frecommended  for slow and medium speed engines and machine, y. Eases the bearings and lightens the  load.  Granite Harvester. Oi  The short cut oil, specially prepared for use  on reapers, binders and threshers. Prevents  all avoidable friction. Does not run off or thin  out. Body not affected by moisture or change  oF climate.  Standard Gas Engine Oil gives the best lubrication possible, alike in kerosene, gasoline and gas  engines. - Keeps its body at high temperatures.  Equally good for all external bearings.  Mica Axle Grease is the best known, most liked  axle grease ..made.   Never rubs off or gums.  Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil.   Engine Gasoline  The imperiai Oil Company, Limited  ii-9 -.0^2^  that every organ of thes wonderful human body is dependent -1  upon every other. If your liver goes wrong your blood will |  be impure; if your bowels are inactive your stomach and  digestion   will   show   it.    And  one   trouble   leads   to   another.  _ 9*  gSg 'ti-ti'titi   g  J*</)S?/9titi  tkm&LjaBrsrA jg  7Jxfl ���������    M ff     M  rjMgWA  have become the most famous and the most approved family-  remedy in the. world. They are known for their wondertuS  and unrivaled power to cause rej-falar, natural action of the  liver and bowels. They are gentle, safe but sure. Beechani*s  Pills benefit every organ of the body���������brighten the eye, clear  the brain, tone the  "nertres   and  increase   vigor���������because   they  Eeniow tlie First Cause  2?c  ti- m iTouDie  Special directions tor Women witn every box.   Sola *������rerywbera.  Pills for Nervous Troubles.���������The  Ktomacli Is the centre of the nervous  Hj'Stiun, and whtn the stomach aiis-  ���������ajcihI'. he'Uthy a or ion the r^uult in  unanlfi nt, in dirilurlianceH of the  inerver. if allowed to porsd'-l, nerv-  mus debility, a dangerous ailment, may  ���������icntiiie. The fl rut consideration in <o  r-*ntore the sroiTiach lo proper fiction  and  ���������h  .  ThouHiindH can attni't the vlrliu' of  thene pills Ir curing thtvoiih iUhiii*-  ������* ���������"���������*<  Cumbersoitio Money  On<-> of the larKcst. and most cum-  bersonu* forms of money is found in  Central Africa, where tho natives use  ii cruel form in^ot of copper ore over  ten inches ltniK. It la "heavy enough  to bo a rorn.lda.blo wenpou.  Wronti Cucija  That, mini bus an Idea that be un-  *.<���������������������������* .n and a women. He'H a wlilowm",  I   believe.  N'uii.-. If he':! ),ot any mich idea at*  ��������� hat, he'.*"  a   hac.hi.-lor.���������llouatoii   l������<������:il..  Light and Plant Coloration  Alt.hnuRh   It  has  Ioiik  boon  known  Mint, tho reduction or tlio alisonce of  Uj-ht  may havo a profound effect upon tho life of a plant, aulhorn of bo-  ���������tnd  there   Is   no   rmidlcr  nrnvdy   for I tunlcal text-books have not huim very  '>.������.!��������� than  I'.T.rR.c'.c:*.':*.  Vcz<' UiUU-.  VlVm.   pn-uin.*  in   iloiiui'.i^  "darkuca'.V'    with  relation to plant yrowth. For this rea-  hou It \h ImpoHHlble to compnre vory  I'lownlv iliii work of diu'orent oxper-  inienli r.s, In     iiiohL    I'xpiTlmoniul  dant rooma (in.' i* iw noiin" llftlit. Tho  c'.ianic'er or the U'weo of ilarkneHB  in .Hiieh n room cannot be dollnod in  t.cniiM of Ilm light, ruyH Mint, arc pre-  ii ml. or ahi'cnt. Joan Frledel pro-  poriCH r.a u utaridard of phyHloloKlcnl  darkiK 4*h a t.Jrif with very liontilUvo  p'lotoi'raphl'* pnpiu".  In ������i report, boforo the Purls* Acad-  .���������niy i,r Sr-.l<������nc.<"H he dciicrlbea a zinc  box Willi quadruple walla aliowim*  perfect ventilation with nlmolute ex-  fiiiHton of liKht. PI.iiiii- kiuwii i������������  (IiIh Ihihlproof chamber were compared with cithern '*rown In ������ rennbir  botanical ilnrk .room;  teal   paporn lu  tin*  /.Iiu:  i-.liuuiuoi'   svi-ie  imi   .il. un  .a,  ������       ,     ,      ,    ,   ii       41. ���������',,.,���������,    I..   *li.,������    .!', nl.    ~nnm  nboweil   (U'Citlod   effoctn   ot?   Ii',ht,   at-  tbiiiiKb no llKht wan hero Ulucovcrubl  by iho eye.  ( ���������  j Ever Notice j  j A Field   of |  Indian Corn I  in the Rlory of Its prowliir?  The best part of taolocted  pearly white Indian Corn Ib  used in making  Toasties  Uummmt  i  Tread softly -  ., Step ������Afelu.  This food Ih carofully cooked  ���������In a factory that Is clem and  Bpotloaa���������not a hand touching  It at any atngo of tho mnkiiiK.  Pont TonfltieH with cronm  :.ml a nprlnklo of miBar aro an  ideal dlBh. Hervo HomeMini'ii  with  froHh ntrawborrlen add oil.  "Tfic Mcmow Linf/ers "  ���������BOLD  HY  GKOCEf(b  Prognostic.  Champ Clark, at a banquet in  Washington, was talking about certain election prognostics.  It's as simple as the nose on your  face, he said. It's a mere matter of  arithmetic. In fac,t, ln its striking  mathematical aspect, it remlndB mo  of  Laingge'!-.  caau.  .Poor Ijiin-i-ge was in a bad way.  Toll me the worst doctor, he Bald.  I can bear It.  Well, tlio doctor answered gravely,  your dlKotiHO Ih tar advanced, aud 1  fear you aro not loiig for this world.  How much time do you givo mo,  doctor?  I give you, IE all boos woll, two  years, no more.  Dear, dear. Two years! And  how long do you give my wife, doctor?  Your wife? Why thoro'iH nothing:  the matter with your wife. Her health  tn Miiporb,  Yea, 1 know, and how long did you  say you give hor?  Why, without hesitation, I can give  your wife twonty-flVct yonra.  Twenty-five yonrn.! Tho elck man  olOBcd his eycH, and a beatitlc smile  played over his pale ItpH. Twenty,  five mimiH two���������iwonty-threo. Thank  heaven for twnnty-l.hrno yearn of  pnacft.���������-Washington Star.  No Chewing Gum Famine  The United States derives practically all of its 6,500,000 pounds of  chicle annually imported (for chewing gum) from Mexico and Central  America. Evidently tropical South  America would also "afford a large supply. Only one business man in Lima  appears to deal in chicle gum. He  stated that he always had about five  hundred pounds, more or l"3ss, in  stock. His selling pvlce is 4.50 soles  $2,189) per arroba (twenty-live  pounds), or seventeten soles ($8.2")  per quintal of one hundred pounds.  His supply comes fronj the depar'.-  meu of Piura fn northern Peru, where  large quantities are said to be produced. He was unable to give exact figures Ha to tl������6 aruOiint ot production, but stated that he knew of  shipments of one' hundred quintal  lots having been made from Piura,  and .that he believes that the supply  is still abundant.  The gum is used here an/l In the  department of Piura by    makers    of  Witts! Yeur lv@t n??* Oar������  Tit JIurlae Eye Raxaeay. No Smarting-��������� Feels  Btna���������Acts Quickly. Try .t, -"������r Reil, Weairi  Watery E$ea and Grannlatea Eyelids. Illu������  >jf<AU-u Book in each Pack.ige. Murine ia  compounded by oil*" Oeullsla���������not a "Patent MaO*  Iclne"���������but nn<ul In Rnc4VK*riil PhT������l������iftnsr j>rartA  tlca for many years. Now dedicated to the Pnlj������  Uc aad sold by Oniggrtsts at 26c and No per BoUlat.  Vlurlna ������yo Ba,lT������ln Aseptic 'i'ubin}.'*a5o and Mo.  Murine Ey* Remedy Co* Chicago  DR. EUaIOTT. SPECIALIST. PRI-  vate diseases and drink? habit.  Write  SI Queen  East., Toronto.  WANTED  Supscriptlon Agents In every town  to handle "Th������ Busy Man's Canada"  magazine; sells rapidly to progressive Canadians- Permanent. Fifty  per cent, commlsslbn. Busy Man's,  St. Jaides' Chambers, Toronto.  The Soldier's  Farewell  Adjutant  General   Nathan" B.   Forest of the United States Sons of Con-  siraw hats foi* giVliiB a certain color   federate VeLemus  told at. a banquet  and  shine-to the straw.      Iti is alBo |-n Memphis a military anecdote.  used as a varnish of an attractive  yellow cream color for renewing so-  called Panama hats.  Collector- -When shall I call for the  amount of this account, Mr. Slowpny?  Slawpay���������-Oh, l don't know- Would  Thursday suit you?  C-ollocWir���������Admirably.  Slowpay���������Vory well, you may call  every Thursday,  Mm m u*mM������M    m, *���������*<���������*<   **���������#%. *������ *��������� WUhaMi ||fw  ii   mm, m *** mUmmwaw   amamBmrnm-amm'  ''***.# tam w   '���������*������ i  1  MmboAu tbe p*t������3Bitsd feAtums  j of Cisfs Paw Hoels.     ,lo  "'''���������I'llllUl.-iili.^.j;..,.. nm., -n ,iti.i.>.���������������, ,. .M|,',d������u^j. ti.^.j. .4lMU4.dJA..Iil**,, Jl... ,^...^.,_^. J.  m^mmVilmmm^m^m*iit!m-,}  ix^mAiimimimmiti Mtfrnmi^iMmiMHa+m  wttw  Made by  ("iiiiiulliiii   I'pHlum, Uonml   Com.  l'',.*1.Jr,   '-t'l,.   wimiRiir,  'Iihuiim.  Canada  I  ,mmimmmmmfmmitim*m**������**m  VmmW  Alike, Yet Different  .Mr;';. Younj'brldr My Jumbn.n-1 In  very determined; ho never given up,  Mr������, KloMi*lbU (jiftdly)���������Neither  ���������doe*'   inliic.    Uoiitou  Ti'J'uuxrlpt.  Mlnard'B Liniment used by Physicians  When an Author Writes Finis  So you aro gone,    little    printer's  boy, with the laBt scratches aud cor*  rotations on the proof and a flue flourish   by   way  of  "ilnla"  at  the  story  end.    Tho last corrections?      1    say  thoso liiHt cc rrectlaiiB seoin never to  bo    finished.       A plnguo   "I)0U   tho  woodsl      Every day when I walk in  iny own HtUo literary garden plot, I  spy some arid (mould llko to huvp n  spud, ami  root  them    out.        Those  idlo words, neighbor, uro  past, rem*  cdy that turning to   tho    old    pngws  produces anything    but    elation    of  mind.      Would you not pay a prutty  fine to bo ablo    to cancol    some    of  thorn?    Oh.   thb   sad   old   pagos,   tlio  dull old pilgos!      Oh, tho cares, tho  onnul, tho sQuabbles, the repotltloiiH,  the old convcVaatlom' over and over  again.     But now and again a   kind  thought is    recalled   and   now   and  again n dear  memory.      Yet a fow  ciuipttTH moro, and    thou    tho   hint;  ullri'   which,     bi.-hi'ld     "finhi"     llyclf  comes to an end, and tho Infinite bo-  gun.���������From   Thackeray's   "Do     Flnl-  Iiiib.")                 Dear Clara, wroto tlio young man;  pardon m*'i, but I'm KetMug ho foi*K������l.-  ful, I l.roporied to you Innt night, but  really forgot whother you said Yob  or No.  Pour Wl.11, nhe roplleil by note, no  gliui to liiuti' irom you. 2 Know 1 Haiti  No to Hornoono lust nighi, but I havo  fou.ottcn ju������,l. who It \vart.  A handsome young soldier, he said,  smiling, lay In the last agony upon  a battlefield. To tho friend bending  over Mm ho murmured, hoarsely:  Tell Carolina my last thoughts wero  of hor. Say I died with her portrait  pressed to my lips.  Ho gulped and added:  Tell Minnie and Grace and Harriot  the :in.mo thlnpc.���������Snn Francisco  Chronicle  Vienna's Gas Supply  Tbe, Vlonnn clly council has purchased for $1)00,000 tlio last remaining gas works owned by tho HngllHh  company which originally furnished  tho wholo gas supply of tho Austrian  capital.  ���������si^WsiisMitssw-^w.i-^iiiisiw-sss *m,mmmm\w������*ma  Loin of pooplo hIIi- up nU*ICu by  prooohlng harmony.  But ii bird In hand doofln't annoy  luo'oarly worm.  Ono of tho unpardonable political  Blna lit the accoptuueo ot a omall  bribe���������Chlcugo New������.  mwmmwwm. **mmmmmmmmm">i������**iM,i*mm**mmmmmtmmmmmmimtmmmimmim  ���������TI*   I"������.������������������������������������  Thn������i  Whut Hint nf n liiiHeluill  pitcher Is  0rent when ho wlnu a gamo; punk  whon ho lotion ono,  ^ag������SSNBmW  .mmmWmBBBBBBmBBBBmmi,,,  K\onfy  , a , WmT n, fi Jon**   m ���������  PII?tS  '..������������������t,,'.|.A'.'v- ..":.,;.,...���������-.'.��������� ->. .-  1    0  v'luio���������Pa, what iu a phenomenon?  Vapn���������A i.hononifluon Is your moth  "fut! Fniiiiiiaii clly *>T iiini.iiiiiiirA  will spcnil nearly $1,000,000 to build  a municipal uhniKhtor houuo.  I  1  m  m  ^axtgffs^ ���������>���������*'���������>*���������- "gtf*"  W. N. U. 004  ,,,^������^uWAU.,iM,,^i,ilHI,i|i,,i,H,,llillii^iiUHlLiM,imi]^lMMM4^MMMlMMlMlMl|W   lull IlillHMAWlMailll  MWaMIMIIIIMSIIIIIMilMaiSHaMWI  jiiiiii'iiiiea'.'i.iiiiiiw^ww^ig^^^ Sxl  *"* *  ���������*��������� ^ l^N) r - * nlw  ������-VI" lllrf  ���������&JJ, ������ -+���������? iu^j* '',J"������������������-a*���������^!^r*.-.,^.*���������, ���������*���������     .^/-���������j*"**- *,-*A-E2*J^i.>   .a.  -r    "     r-   fy,       m\~~i zc?'*rr*Zr>tiyTi"l  "������.��������� ^   -;       .1.   ^ , ������ *   j i.        * ���������*-  w -. ��������������� > -i   tiv  ���������i i*-> j  -**...���������* c -i-*t  1  ��������� *. " V  ? --  r'i^  % -' ��������� ��������������� ������ i      *������    -,      ������      u��������� -  "wAX,lfi**&*?iT "E*  THE    CRESTON    KEyiEW,    CftESTON,    B. C.  1*a *U-       1 .*.*.,  -*f    ^'rfJWS'TSjV^1'������*?  Jr f?,-Jt,V/*-j'iiOf -s-^wMt  Ji -*vt jr..������?*tt* b"~i  r i     ���������* ���������   * .^^-.-a^i  him;* Mil iKMi������nii pkih*.kamhii������.  *A"W*^MJ-*4V WAA xiasjtxx m.   ������ a,*vmTK'K*a.v*M.i\a.ia.&ia,amm  Y CANADIAN  Railways   Have   Made Large   Appropriations  luipment. but Manufacturers Find Orders  the Capacity of Their Plants.  Eqi  for   New  V V4*aoii  Ottawa.-���������Reports made to the  board of railway commissioners of  Canada by the Canadian Pacific  Grand Trunk, Canadian Northern and  Great Northern Railways of ^ new  equipment ordered by ihufl* &"������ ao**-  actually under construction, discluae  a huge" eauioment programme. The  figure-? Eivpn do not include equipment for which appropriations ,have  been made, but not ordered because  of difficulty to-finding manufacturers,  American or Canadian to undertake  construction of new equipment iu the  near future. All of the roads represented state through their officials  that they are in "the market for much  more equipment than tnat included in  the figures here given, but that the  Canadian shops are away behind in  filling their orders, which far exceeds  their capacity, and that similar cqii-  J. .4 .UUl^ M.v.ft.*'* 4-V. Ck TTTllfA^  UlllUlla    uuiapiix       aiiiuAAC        ."v        ������������������.������..������������������  States manufacturers.  We have appropriated $19,000,000  fjr'new equipment, but cannot find  manufacturers who will tako our money, is the way General Manager Leonard of the Canadian Pacific puts it.  The Canadian iVacinc^ reuus'ts ���������.������*.&������, *���������.  has the.following under construction  now:- ' .  -  11,593 box cars, of which 7,080 are  being built at its own shops in Montreal; 2,000 at Hammond, Ind.; 2,000  at Hegewisch. Hi.; 513 at Detroit, and  that all are to be delivered between  now and October. It has under construction 665 Btock ������^rs, of which it  ���������������, -KiA-ij-nnt- 4B5 in Montreal *md 200  iavVbeeiTOrdered from Halifax;  244 ��������� ordered by them  refrigerator cars being built at Montreal; 411 coal cars at Montreal, 42  tank cars being built at Detroit and  158 cabooses being built at Montreal.  It also has under construction 52  passenger locomotives. 120 freight locomotive and 35 switch locomotives  at Montreal.  , The Grand Trunk reported that it  has under construction 2j000 box cars  ���������by the Canada Car and Voundry Co.,  at Montreal; 250 refrigerator cars at  Amherst, N.S.; 1,000 box cars by the  Western Steel Car and Foundry Co .  at Hegewisch, 111.; 1,000 coal cars by  the Piessed Steel Car atrl Foundry  Co.; 250 automobile cars by the American Car end Foundry Co.. at Detroit:  250 refrigerator cars by the same  company at its Chicago works, besides 10 passenger locomotives at  its Montreal shops.  The Great Northern Railway Co.  reports *hat* it has under construction 25 locomotives at the Baldwin Locomotive Works, and 1,500 box, 250  refrigerator and 1,000 ore cars under  construction by the Haskell and Barker Car Company.  The Canadian Northern reports  that it has under construction 1,911  .box cars and 132 flat cars and 61 locomotives, all being" built in Canadian shops.  This road also renorts.a large number of new' rouhd houses and other  improvements in the west now under  construction. Reports have not  been leceived    from    tho    numerous  FUTURE  PLAN������ OF  G.T.P.   .  From  Fort William to  Prince Rupert  by End of Next Year  , Montreal.���������Mr. E. J- Chamberlin,  president of the Grand Trunk Pacific  and Grand Trunk railways will start  this week on an official tour of the  system going to Chicago and on to  Winnipeg.  The president will then proceed  over the Grand Trunk Pacific as far  as the end of the track, leaving the  inspection of the Pacific coast section  to later in the season.  During on interview Mr. Chamberlin made tne following announcement:  "Unless labor difficulties prevent it,  Will mmm SEumiia  COLONIZATION        SCHEME        FOR  BOTH   EAST  AND   WEST  CANADA   FOR     INVESTMENTS  thf> Grand Trunk Paciflr railway will   j,js ���������,  The Duke of Sutherland Has Formed  i  a Strong Canadian Board for Project That Will Supply- Ready-Made  Farms for Britishers in Ontario and  the West.  Montreal.���������The Duke of Sutherland's land colonization scheme will  take effect in easfern as well as western Canada, and will be the biggest  thing ot the kind ever undertaken  in the country by private enterprise.  In the course of an interview here  he laid from Fort William to, Prirfce  Rupert by The end of next year.  I have organized what    is    to    be  known   as   the  Imperial   Colonization  'One year later r friendly company   corporation of Canada, with a capital  will have completed the Vancouver  branch from Fort George down, the  Fraser to British Columbia's present  chief seaport, while Mr. ,T. D. Mc-  Arthur at the head of another friendly company will have reached the  Peace River country, about 350 miles  from Edmonton, Alberta.  "One year after Montreal and  Prince Rupert are united by tne  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway company's lails. arrangements tor carrying through freight on the Grand  Trunk Pacific steamship service will  be established, between Prince Rupert and a port In the Orient."  President Chamberlin says thai  ������������������.hip masters assure him that in sailing from Prince Rupert about 2 days  will be saved from the Vancouver  route.  Mr. Cnamnenin made an' estimate  of the amount of grain the G.T.P.  would probably haul out of the prairie country this year. Agaiust 18,-  000,000 bushels brought out last  he believed that the figures this year  would-be nearer 30.000.000.  Speaking of the crop, he said that  although he had not received late in-  5AAA5.������i������r roaas, out it is 6Si:ru<ti.eu ma.... ceiiigence  ho     was     convinced     that  as   .i.uch   more  equipment  has   been   witn good weather conditions the crop  reach at least 250.-  STRATHCONA   NOT  TO   RETIRE  Aged,   But   Not   Infirm,   High   Commissioner Out -tor  Re-Election  on H.B. Board  Lcscles.���������- Lord Stratbrona ia one of  the "members of the Hudson Bay  board who retires by rotation this  year*       ~ "  There was <>xpe"tation in some  quarters tbat hi might wish to leave  the duties of gov irnor to some younger hands but it is understood, however, that yieldinr to the desire of  the whole board will offer himself  ������*������������. -,oapVp������*--L/-.rt    at-    tho    forthcomiig  A^SV A   ���������WT-, 4> N^ *** VAV**A ^������������������ " ��������� ^ ****^  meeting.  Richard Burbridge who,also retires  will offer himself for re-election thus  continuing the association of the  company with the Harrods Stores of  which "Mr. Burbridge is managing director.   '  Therd is no confirmation here of  the rumored resignation of Hubert  Burbridge, sale commissioner at Wiu-  nioeg.  Sir William Whyte, George Gait,  and A. M. Nanton of Winnipeg, have  * after   much   consideration,     accepted  * servico as the Canadian commissioner in an advisory capacity.  In order to retain tbe fur trade,  despite th'e increasing competition,  the Hudson's Bay Company is constructing new steamers for service in  Athabasca and the Slave rivers  Tiid company also acquired a ma-  5orlty interest ln the Nascopie steamship company for Nlab and Labrador,  the straits and Hudson bay posts.  The Crown authorities still have  before them the new charter to provide means for additional capital expenditure on buildings ai Calgary.  Vancouver, Vernon, Kamlobpa and  Yorktoa.  TWO   COURSES   FOR   BRITAIN  In  LEAVING   FOR   HUDSON   BAY  Joseph Tyrrell  and   Prof.  Stewart to  i���������-���������-������4-   Ms...   r������i���������*������!_A  IIIIIUUI.U    i������v.vv    h^.ob. ������\.������  Toronto.���������With a view-of locating a  harbor for Ontario at Port Nelson,  Joseph B. Tyrell, accompanied by  Prof. L. B. Stewart, of the University  of Toronto, who will'act as surveyor  and Ellis Thompson, the geologist will  leave Toronto for Hudson Bay. In  order to decide upon the best location for the ten miles of shore granted the province by the Dominion Government it will bo neccaaary to survey the entire estuary, which will  .necessitate .& .great amount of preliminary work,'and, owing to' this, no  date could be set by tho party as to  their probable return. If pot>t>lul6 a  portion of the flye-mllo .strip south  froriithe Nelson River will uIbo be  burveyiid.  BOOK   ROOM   FOR  WE8T  Alberta? Saskatchewan and  Manitoba  Request Branch Houoe  Winnipeg.���������At the Methodist con*  feronoo which cloned horo a racom*  ninnclntloh of the memorial commlttoo  was endorsed asking the {general superintendent to call the wostern book  commlttoo at an* early dato and go  Into tho whole. matter of oBtabllBhlug  n book room in the woat similar to  the oiiob now established In Toronto,  Montreal and Halifax. ,,  ' It iu understood that both Saskatchewan, and Alborta huvo made ulnv  liar roauGats.  Tho conference which has Just  cloned will always bo momorablo hi  view ot tho death of Principal/Spari-  hifcj ot Woidey cohc^n diulny Iho ucn-  Blond.  The meetings havo been cordial and  buHlnoBH-liiko throughout.  Naval   Matters   Supremacy   fViyst  be Kept at all Times or Lost  Forever  T Jin^JWm   T   r-x-wtsS flliTm-mmt^tm T5 +\mm*+r+&/^*mri  ��������� ���������w ���������������������������-��������������������������� >MW������ to, WA4KM-". 4KVM ,*rf^.* ���������v**rm^>+rm. %���������  in a letter to the press strongly criticizes the policy of reducing th^e British naval strength in the Mediterran-  pan    p-nil    ai-criiAAa   fhat-   I-1-.aa  *,rl������v^*-"#>,������,   *\f  the programme which he submitted  three years ago. estimated to cost  $640,000, would have prevented the  presei t crisis.  Lord Charles said: "The government having apparently determined  virtually to abandon the naval defence of the Mediterranean, what the  ���������nation must decide 'and decide quickly, is whether or not it will" permit the  weakening to the breaking point of  what is the main link in the defence  of the Empire.   '  He contends that the general strategical position has now as it objective neither France nor Russia, but  another foreign power and- that power  alone. '  He holds that the proposal that  English responsibilities iu the Mediterranean should be devolved upon  Franct is a gross and palpable admission of weakness, adding:  There are two courses open to the  country; one is the maintenance of  the naval supremacy of Great Britain*, the alternative is to resign our  naval supremacy, but give up the colors of the Empire and rely upon the  /system of "alliances which has ? al-'  ways proved disastrous and which  will prove equally fatal in the future.  The navy, he goes on to say. is under-manned? 20,000 short of the number of men required to place it on an  effective footing.  The Daily Express-announces a report whose source of information, it  asserts are. undoubted, that the government will alter its policy regarding the Mediterranean, having . been  convinced by Lord Kitchener's stand  against the weakening of either the  land or the sea forces.  for  1912  should  000.000 bushels.  Mr. Chamberim said he had been  following the cement controversy and  he claimed blame could not be laid  on the back of the railroads. The  trouble was the lack of accommodation on the lakes.      The president is  4-������f    fU/Y.    rt������*m-i***.���������!���������������-���������������������.     x-u.rxX    XX- ,���������     r^~. , j     rr* -*������������������-  ������.      vu-vs     *4-ftA.-.**������v**     -~j-.j-.utw     i,U*7     %JTX tXxXKX       J.1UUA  Pacific has been exceedingly fortunate in securing th,e services of Mr-  Donaldson, as vice-president and gen-  sfltT-sol    m<*itiao<Ai-    nroor    r\-f*   TrtsCl    ���������*cr*w^>ij)>*l-   lolrf-tc*  He does not make much noise, he  said, but he is a very able man and  I think he will make a record  amongst 'the big railway men who  have been in the west.  A^JCAAor     Oaa,     oaju     AVJ.I .     \^JJ.A4A11IJCA nix,     aa  tho railway grows .another manager  will bi. appointed down here as well  as for the Atlantic division, but at  present he would look after the mat-  of $2,000,000. In order to interest  others as well as myself in this im-  ���������migiation scheme I have formed a  strong Canadian board for this company and intend also to form a strong  English board. The duties of the  former will be purely those of man-  agement, and ��������� those of the London  board will consist largely of the selection of the immigraurs.  The company will buy up large  tracts of land and will cut them up  into small ready-made farms, very  similar to the ready-made farms of  the Canadian Pacific railway. These  will be sold to British immigrants on  ea*,y terms whereby they will pay for  them- in the form of rent. ,  ���������'The company will be run on a  strictly business basis, with this difference from the ordinary commercial  company, that profits are to be limited to G per cent. Any^ profits over  and above this will go 'au.tomf#.lcally  to further the objects of the company  As far ���������>��������� eastern Canada is concerned, we shall begin most, probably  in eastern Ontajio, and our aim will  be to prepare ready-made farms, pro-  bably on land already under agriculture. These farms will be from five  acres cacn upwards, and will be located within easy reach of large  towns, the idea being to make them  largely market gardens for the supply of urban populations. I find  th.'re is a great need here for just  this kind, of farm, and we have many  farmers in England who pxcel at the  work and who would be only too glad  to get ou a farm o������ tneir own in Canada-  His grace stated that the Canadian  board would be formed of Sir Willliam  ^hyte, presid-ent" the Duks cF C!',t--^.  erland and E. J. Chamberlain, vice-  presidents; Sir Edmund Walker, Sir  Williaju Mackenzie, Sir Henry Pell-  att, J. S. -Dennis, A. M. Nantou  (Winnipeg), J. A. M.    Aikins, * K.C.,  M"  P        fWlnj.f,>,n\        X*T       >T������������������VIAA     ��������� ��������� J      ,.  C. James, (Toronto).  The duke left Montreal for  New York, en route for England.  Such.  Opportunities  Not Offered Anywhere   Else  Declares Hon.  W.-  T. White .  Ottawa, Ont ���������At the luncheon given by the Dominion government at  the Chateau Laurier to the visiting  British financial and business men,  Hon. G. H. Perley, acting prime minister presided and proposed the toast  of "Our guests",in a neat speech of  welcome.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier iu seconding  the toast re'ferred to the inauguration  of the British preference fifteen years  ago. lie expressed regret that visits of this kind had not been commenced earlier for he was certain it  _   .   .1.1      A.-.n..      A*..,..A TA*     4>i,ll      .\Avrr. v.4-0 .r/i  WGUAU       Deal        AAUlt. AA      Al...       UU . U,..l.ua"  had not been taken of the, Canadian  preference, Canadians were not to  blame. He hoped that the present  trip was an evidence that the British maiiiirs-ifturers have commenced  to realize how great are their opportunities in Canada.  Hon. W. T. White, in replying to a  toast to the Dominion told the visitors that Canada's total trade this  year will pass the billion mark,  while immigration figures will exceed  half a million. He assured them on  his responsibility as minister of finance that while occasionally bad investments have been made in Canada, there is no country in the world  where the opportunity for profitable  investment is so good.  Mr. White expressed the firm conviction that many of these present  would live to see Canada's population exceed the present population of  the British Isles.  Gvxtsw a v  'AH ITU a ��������� I������    Cf  *j*UiWJm ������  Of-ff  SBS  LESSON  XMi���������SECOND QUARTER*  FOR   JUNE  30,  1912 ' / <���������  ���������    i  BACK  TO  CANA.DA  in  Text oi   the   Lesson,   Comprehensive  Quarterly     Review���������Golden   /Tex*"  IVJatt. v. 17.���������Commentary^'Preparc  by .Rev. D. M. Stearns.  j     Lesson 1.���������The appearances of tl   ,  i risen Lord, 1 Cor. xv. 1-11.'   Goldt,  Text, Acts ii. 32, "This    .Tesus   hai  God raised up, whereof "we are all w*  nesses."     Always, emphasize the gos-i  pel as -et forth in this lesson and remember that,* everything depends on  a risen living Christ, the same, Jesus  who  lived  on earth, as a poor man.  now at the right nand of Gcd in the  place of all power and still a real maa,  the Son of Man, waiting fcr^ the i;iina  to return and bring His kingdom.  Lesson II.���������The use of the Sabbath  Maik II, 23 to Mi, 6. Golden Text,  Mark ii, 27. "The Sabbath was made  fcr man and not man for the Sab-  oath." Consider the daring pride of  man in judgingthe Lord ot the Sab-  baiii for using His own Sabbath, but  they know Him not and judged Him  to be a mere man like'themselves, yet  a great teacher. He made so, mani- ]  test their hypocrisy and "formality^ and |  religious pride that they determined  to kill Him. > '  Lesson UT.���������The appointment o? the  twelve, Mark .iii, 7-19". Golden Text. '  John xv, 16. R-V., "Ye did not choose,  me, but I chose you and appointed  you," that ye should go? and bear  fruit." Mark the words, /'Unto Him  with Him, that. He might send them  forth to - preach and to have power"  (verse 13-15). He Himself is the  great and only center, ' and apart  from Him there is no fruit nor service nor anything worth* mentioning^  Lesson IV.���������The beatitudes, Ivlatiu  v. 1-2. Golden Text, Matt. v. 8.  "Blessed are the pure in heart, for  they shall see God." What a blessed,  time  it will  be^ on the whole  earth  Over 100 Families Leave East  First Colonist Trait, of Kind  Manchester, N.H.���������Nearly five hundred New Euglanders representing  over one hundred families in Massachusetts and New^ Hampshire leave  here on June 26    for   the    Canadian j when  the   -orincinlps  of this  sernion  Jail for 20 Years  Moose Jaw, Sask.���������When the,' notorious Erickson, of Tompkins, 40  miles west of Swift Current, stood  in the dock to receive sentence for  the manslaughter of his two and a  half j������a.i old stepdaughter, the prisoner wilted under the withering lash  of the justice, who sentenced him to  the penitentiary for 20 years. His  Lordship Chief Justice Wetmore said  that it was the worst case in hi?- judiciary careerf and he had not even  read of onp for cruelty and horrible  details to match - with the present  case. The tiny infant had been made  the accused's football on all possible  occasions, and for faults that no child  was responsible for had to receive the  most frightfu'. punishment.  Northwest never to return.  This is the first colonist train from  New England in tne "back-to-Can-  ada" movement, recently instituted  by the Canadian Government.    _  The train will go direct to f rince  Albert, Sask.,- and from that city the  colonists will be sent to various  towns in Saskatchewan. Alberta and  points farther West. Amenee Cler-  oux, lecturer for the department of  the interior at Ottawa, >yill be in  charge of the colonists.  "Phey will represent prosperous  families in Deerick, Manchester,  Hooksett, Suncook, Concord, Frank-  land, Laconia and other New Hampshire cities.  SEEK    PRAIRIE   MARKETS  Ontario  Fruit  Rill    QklnniAnl   svC   /--.4iU  ��������� 'a    ������������������������������!*���������������������������..���������������*   .*���������    wavAlc  North Portal, Sask.���������The second;  portion of the annual shipment of cattle for the Matador Land and Cattle  company, consisting ot 1061 head of  cattle, passed through here recently.  It required 28 cars to carry it and  was destined for Waldrek. Sask., and  are to o.e put on the comuanies ranch  there. Mr. Somerville, "their man-  aser. was in charge. Inspector J.  C. McMurtry journeyed to Harvey. N.  D., and inspected them and so prevented delay at this point.  Government WIII Aid  Growers of Province  Toronto.���������No time will be lost "jv  the Ontario department of agriculture in arranging to keep Ontario  fruit growers posted concerning the  prairie markets. "It is the expectation to appoint a man this summer"'  said W. B- Roadhouse, deputy minister of agriculture.     "He will look up  mUflrafa       IrAiASYA    in     +r,,T,,V,      wltl-,      ^.r.tidi-  tions, and keep in touch    with    the  shippers  at  this  end."  THREE  EMPERORS TO  MEET  Inland Revenue Increase  Ottawa.���������Canada's inland revenue  , during May aggregated $1,784,872, an  increase of $200,000 over the corresponding month last year. Revenues  on liquorstotalled $26,759, and on tobacco, $170,000. :, :  WRITr.RS   EXPLOIT   NORTH  WIII Attend 50th Anniversary of Bishop Grouarf at Lesser Slave Lake  Jtirimonton.���������Accompanying J. K.  Cornwall, M.P?P., who has left on  his annual toui- of inspection bf the  Northern Navigation Company, aro  two well known Edmonton writers  who will exploit tin literary possibilities of the new settlement of the  north.  The writers' are Mts, Arthur Murphy (.Taney Canticle), and George B.  Fraser, formerly of the"'Alborta Homestead.  YVIrB. Murphy will stay over at  Grouard for the celebration to'be hold  at that town on tho shores of Lessor  Slnvo Lake on Juno 29, on .the ocean-  Ion of the fiftieth annlvoruary of Bishop Grouarfs ordination, .  In the annuls of tho northern land  tho /wont will rnnk ao ono of the  greatest historical intoroflt In tho do-  volopmont cf tho hinterland as synchronized with' tho caroor of the venerable bishop and missionary whp  has dovotod hla llfo to the promotion  of civilization and tho causo of his  church on the frontier.  Many scores of Edmonton pooplo  und many sons of Uio church from  all pc. lions of tho Dominion will euii-  grogato to do him honor on June 29  and among them will bo Bishop  Legut.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly   Grain   Letter.    Supplied     by  'Thompson, Sons & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg,  Winnipeg, June 12.���������The feature of  ���������the week has been the June crop re-;  port- of the United States Government  issued on "���������Monday., last. This gave  the acreage, not previously, announced  planted, to the various important  crops, the condition of the growing  crops on June 1st, the indicated yield  per acre aiid estimated total production, basecl upon the ratio of the average condition on June 1st, to the final  yield l,n-the five 'years, 190R to' .1810,-  as reported by the correspondents and  agonts of the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Agriculture. The condition of winter wheat June 1st. Is reported us 7-1.3 compared with 79.7 ono  month, ago, and 80.4 one year ago, indicating a yield under new system of  303,000,000 bus., compared with 430.-  656,000 bus; lust year. The acreage  is 25,744,000, compared with 29,162,-  000 acres last year. Spring, wheat  'acreage IS given as 19,201,000, compared with 20.381,000 ncroR last year,  being a decrease of 1,182,000 acres.  Condition 95.8, compared with 94,6  last year. lOstlmatod totul product-  Ion of both winter and spring wheat  628,000,000  bus.   compared   with  021.-'  ,- Vancouver'* Population  ViiiKkiUyi*!', B.C,���������Gi'iial iir Vancouver, not Including North Vancouver,  nnd Now' Westminster, linn a population for 1012 of 175,424, according  to ���������n*<:t"'e������ which have -Jtir/t been pub  iinii������Ki by the Jh'ihIhihou i^iiniiHliiiiK  companj', puiillHliors of the city and  provincial dliuctorlou.  WIII Build Concrete Pier  Vancouver, B.C.���������Tho Canadian  Pacific has starlod work on a now  concroto pior> In the contro pf Its  wharf wystem hern. The plor Will ho  the finoHt of iho present hnrbor, and  will coot In tho neighborhood of  $760,000.  338,006 bus- huil your.  The    trad-.*  construed the report as very bullish,  OBpoclnlly on the winter wheat, mi It  In thought further deterioration has  taken plaoo wlnco'the first of the  month, and that' a still more bullish  condition must bo looked for.nt harvest. Spring wheat llguros were in  lino with general expectations, and of  course marks the highest prospoct  thnt thnt country hnu hnd lu Un pprlnp;  wheat production. Taking the aver-  ago decline in crop condition!! between  the Juno report and liarvost the hull-  Would Settle War  Lonilon.���������* Italy ham ngreed to a con-  lUtUllUU   Ul.   UUJ    'lUWl'IM    tUI    tllO   Ullltlll-  *^.   ,w.A     f>4l    41,,,.'   ..'...������.    ...lA*k     *t**. ...I,, ih..     *������<A...,...I  ing to a despatch to the Pally Wxprous  from llomo. If Turkey |m willing an  utrmtHtlco will be speedily arrutiRod.  To Represent Ontario In the West  Tom. to,���������Tho appointment, of a  man to represent Ontario iu the wont  nnd keep tho fruit, growers advised  of tho ntnto of tlio markot In on-  gnglng the attention of the d'P'irt-  mont of agriculture, and the an-  iioiiniiiim nt   witn  Aiumu  uiut  a  Ing the load of British Columbia which  baa u. man In Winnipeg, Ontario win  have ono on bund thin season.  ory. .With the exception of one or  two places in Alberta rains have been  copious, aud the weather at present  is warm,-which with the frequent  showers makes excellent growing conditions. World crop conditions are  generally favorable, although there  are complaints of too much rain from  parts of Russia and also the Western  part of Europe. ^-here is growing  evidence that the reserves-of native  wheat in Franco nnd other Western  European countries are fast approaching exhaustion. Argentine will not  ha a heavy shipper again this season,  hut India continues to export freely.  Bla,ck Sen may export freely should  prospects for the new crop become  dlstlnetly f-ivomhlo. The uncertainties, however, of European harvests,  leads us to believe that present prlco  levels are on a healthy basis. World'b  shipments for the -week were larger  than anticipated, being 10,800,000'bus?  of which Russia furnished y,!t84,oou  bus., compared with a total of J),!i������8,-  000 bus. previous weolc, and 12,512,000  bus. in 1911. Other statistics do not  show much change, but inclined to  bo bearish.  The Winnipeg market shows a nice  advance, mostly brought about by the  tightening up of tho July dollvery-  Stocks of contract wheat . at Fort  William and Port Arthur aro getting  small, whioh makes speculators- wary  about selling short. Cash domand is  fnlr for nil crnilcn, with offering?  scarce. Export enquiry has Improved. Farmers, after seeding  shipments, are on tho incroaso, but  with the ���������'warm wonthor quite a few  cars aro arriving at tho terminal olo-  vat.oi'H in a boated condition, Today'fl  ���������.-.ii.i-,11 juu'etj in-*-; 1 Nor., $3. Oil % I 2  Nor., $1.04; 3 Nor. 0ft%c; No. 4  Whoat, fW%c; No. K, 75c; No. fl, 63*14e,  Feed, R8c: No. 3 Alberta Pod Winter,  ������7%o; No. 4 A.U.W., 8l)>4c.  Oata^-  The oat markot has advanced about  VAii for the wook.     Thero has boon  George, Nicholas and Wjlllam lo Settle on Policy of Peace  >St. Petersburg.���������Czar Nicholas is  prepaiing another Important pronouncement on world peace- It Is  understood that it will be issued to  the powers after the conference of  the three emperors, which semi-of-  ficialty announcement says will take  place in, July or August at Kiel. The  Kaiser, King George of England and  the Czar of Russia meeting to discuss  as the heads of the three most powerful modern empires, a basis of lasting peace," will give ah event tb history more famous ponsibly than the  meeting of the three emperors a century ago which emphasized only a  pause in the European'war.  Million for Double Tracking  ���������Vancouver, B.C.���������It Is announced  that the Great Northern had appropriated $1,000,000 to build double  tracks iTetween Vancouver anil-Went-  minster, 12 miles. It is practically  certain that oyer this line the Canadian Northern will make its entry  Into Vuncouver. ,  tho United States, na the present eo  tt mated production of 628,000,000 bus.  will suffer further reduction between  now and tho' final hnrvout. For a  few day's previous to the Issuing of  I.hi*  I'l'l'lil'l.  I'm'  iiuui'   uniM-il .illv   v.'au  iu  <��������� walllnr; mood, and v,ilii������.>*; were  Hteady. but tho day after all markets  had a quick advance. Lot or, with reports of rains In tho flouth-western  titnton, the ndviinco In Amorlrnn markets wan lost, ho thnt. for Iho wook  uuii un 1 uuiy uiu������v'������ ������'iii������ui> luwoi. i in* vv ���������'������������������������������������*  t7l->H~...     I   ���������,.-,,������    ...*,���������.*..������������������������    f.to..n.    ������>1 I   .    I   I  ���������������,,   ..   n><    t\\r.  Winter Wheat In Alberta  Lethbridge-, Alto..���������-Precipitation to  date has been eighty inches this  month. Grain is progressing favorably nil over the south. ln Spring*:  Coulee' and Cnrdston districts winter  wheat will be In head this week and  Bhould bo ready for cutting about  the laBt week of July.'  are lived out. Meanwhile, as heirs  of the������ kingdom we. shpuld jnanifest  these principles in our daily life, true  poverty of spirit being the foundation  of all, such a self renunciation that  He may be seen in us.  Lesson V���������Poverty and riches,  Luke vi. 20-26; xvi. 19-31. Golden Text  Lske xii. 15. "A -sis.t:'s life con sis t-  * eth not in the abundance of the things  which he possesseth."- This is part  of a .discourse similar to the sermon  on the Mount and' illustrated by iho  story of tbe rich man and Lazarue  There is no life apart from Christ, am  true riches are found only in Him.  Lesson VI.���������The law'of love. Luk  vi. 27-38; Rom. xlii, 8-10. Golden Text  Rom. xiii, 9. "Thou shalt-   love    th  neighbor as thyself."      In 1 Cor. xiii  we are taught that without love nothing counts, not even giving away all  we have, and our bodies to be burned.  The only pattern of love is the love  of God in -Christ, and He expects us  to love "others as He loves us.  Lesson VII.���������The old ��������� law and the  new life, Matt, v, 17-26. Golden Text,  Rom. xiii. S. R. V.,- "He that loveth  his neighbor have fulfilled the law '*  The law of God is holy and just and  good,, but because it i6 so perfectly  holy no mere man can keep it, and  the one thing it does for us is to shut  our mouths and bring us all In guilty  before God, and theji we ai e ready to  receive the righteousness of God as  a free gift.  Lesson VIII.���������Truthfulness, Matt���������  v. 33-37; Jas. iii, 1-12; v. 12. Golden  Text. Eph. iv, 25. R. V., "Putting*  away .falsehood, speak ye" truth each  one with his neighbor, for we are  members one of ��������� ahother.'V Y ? The  tongue Is not our .chief trouble, but  the power back.of ��������� it;i iind wheji? it It*  set on fire, of hell .(Jas. Hi, ,6) it does  give a sample of hell on earth.? :?Let  the Prirtce of 'Peace,; the Lord, of  Glory, control It, and all will be?well.  Lesson XI.-���������-Hypocrisy and sincerity. Matt. vi. ��������� l-18.rv vGolden 'Text.  Matt. VI, 1, R. V.,"Take"; heed that  ye* do not youi* righteousness before  men, to.be seen of them, else yevhave  no reward with your Father who is  In heaven." .The, word to, Abraham  Ih still lu force, 'T -am the mighty  God, all sufficient:, walk before me  and be sincere" (Geii. xvil, 1). Not as  pleasing inon, but God, must be ou-  motto (1 ThetsH. U.! 4).'.  TjPHBon <"??.���������-T-Tenrlnir ntul. rlnlntr. Lul*  vi. 30-40)?  Golden .Text. Jas.    I,'-���������.?  "Be ye doers of. the word    and.   n  hearers only,    deceiving    your    ov  solves."       All   Who " trtrly     rccei'  Christ ar.ci, saved.fully,.jfrpely and fo  ever by Tils finished  work-, and ihat  aldnfe. biit all sv\ohi'mnSj:-(pfove before  men? the  re������.llj;y.--of'..tlje'^n'rw'life by  walking in tho good  wOvlt's prepai od  by Goi: forithem (EijhAil.flO;  Tit. II.  ���������o\ ��������� ', ������������������;, -\ ,\      -V    i  cations can suggest, nothing else but  a modernti' whoat crop this season InJ a good demand for extra I feeds and  irh  July, und Uo ou the October dollv-  erlos. Conditions In the Canadian  West uro considered   very   nutl������faci>  low grades, but offerings are hchcoh.  To-day's ciibIi prices are No. 2 Canadian Western, -Ific; No. 3 C.W., 43c;  Ex 1 Fd., -ine; 1 IM., 41c; 2 Fd., 41o.  Daiiey���������  Imv.-iM Mill mil of Mi., vitu>,<..|, i.,,,l  i������������ prieiiH lire ijuoiod.  Flax-  United Htntew crushers have boon  after our flax thfh week, and In tho  abiicncf of heavy shipments II, ban  been enny to bid prices up. To-ilnv'ri  prices   are:    I   Nori.h-woslfM'ii.' lii.U;  All prices quoted above are based  on delivery In store Fort William  and  Port  Arthur.  Central West to Benefit Most  Winnipeg, Man.���������That tho significance of tho Pannnm Canal for the  commercial interests of the Central  West ib gradually galiilU'-, recognition  Is Indicated in a comprehensive write-  up on this subject. In the current. Issue of Wlnnlpec Onco-A-Wock.  Among other things lt, is pointed out  that even at tho present, time fia  .Canadian prairies uro exporting ne.ir*  lv 200,000 bushels of wheat yoir-y,  and this in spite of the entire in.tdo  quaey of railway facilities to handle  th������"   aV.liSabio   liui'iic,       All   lilib,   aiij'ti  the correspondent, means much to  Vancouver and to British Columbia;  but It. means far morn in tho Pralrl'  Pi ov luces���������to their agricultural *.i*ni  Industrial ib'veJopnir-nt .��������� to ihv*  growth nnd oxpniiBlon of their cuiv-  mnrclal controa���������and consequently to  the InoroaHlng tmnortance of Wlni.!-  png as a distributing centre for lu-in  implements and every'kind of manufactured product.  Crynti-I PaIrc������ Mny be Gift to Empire  Muuloii.-���������Sovorul boroughs surrounding London concur In tho proposition that tho ('rystnl Palace  should constitute London's gift to the  empire, the mulnieiianco to bo defrayed by tho Import ul and Dominion par-  iiununiiH. ,,,  Ho (moralizing)���������After all, man ts  w*nk. Bho (coyly)-���������tn union thoro  Is   strength.���������Ronton  Transcript.  LeKfon 'VT.���������CKr'MtV1, fitness to  John the n*u>t.U*t. Mn,t.l. \i��������� 2-10. Golden Text, Luke.vii, 21*?. R. v.. "Among  them that ore born of womVm there Is  none greater than John, yjii he thnt  Is but Uttlo ln the kingdom, of God Js  groat or than he." When the kingdom comoB' the least In his glorified  body shall bo'greate.r than John wrts  In his mortal body, and John himself  will bo. greater than ovor before.  Lesson XII.���������The penitent woman,  Lulu- vll, 3C-C0. Goldim Tux I, 1 TIui.  L Ifi, R. V;, r'Fnllhful Is the s*i"*Mn;*,  and worthy of all acceptation, that  Christ, .Tpst's camo into tho world to  save sinners." Even ' surh as sho  was can find a place 1p Tffp kingdom,  but,such as splf rlfehtopuB(plmon cannot tiilti'l*.       Ijiihuld tilt's Wyliiiili tiO OC-  cuplcd with nnd : devoted ,) to   Jesus  Christ that sho la oblivions    to    all  Hfio* '  - '���������> ',*'"      ;.;  -   ���������       ���������*���������"-*'������������������"���������  ������:"'���������������-  ,fj"-~lj  Cement    Planti,fdr $*/est  Montreal,���������A mlllloii" dollar comont  plant, ut Modlclno Hat In ,under cpn*  Bldoratlon by    tho   .Canada.    Cement  company us a stop���������t.owunl n)������*oting tho  di*mai d for this commodity    iu   tho  great west- <* ......  Nolson Spencrr, maypr of Modlclno  Hal, was lu town a r������w duj's a������o. He  uliil.'il   I nut   "lie   nimli*  tiliH   1'fip  Miisi'r   in  ���������coiifoi* wllli K. J*. Jones, ti)o general  "numiiHeV of the Cnuiida Cement  company, tn rognrd to' tht< proponed  onterprlHi' and mild his vlsf] hail boon  so"ftSu-Crsnful 'that as a gooult Mr.  .Ti-meii would be In Medicine" I lilt nbnnt  ,-iMu������*Jllniui'��������� duy , to. ,4|uljjyhjii������*s *tt������' riuOi.  On an nvoriiKo Groat llrltuln yields  thirty bushels ot wheat per aero uu*  dor each prop.  mmiuam^mii^ktlM  ^UiMMMk^llUllliMAII.  "-   ���������'"-     "'"' Illil'sllHfl  RSS  MSP  ?&���������������?&��������������������������� :  ^ms^m-yiummm%  ,'/������4Ks5.fel#:-;:> ������������������  ^^'s^D'.'^dY^JYSsi^^^S^iiy.  &i������.": ? eiMlti:S &k v ie W,  *-���������  J-* fe 4? ������a ������!������n im       *~."  .4iM.������..iii...AAATfi.^.Tv1.^v^.iWw..*^tjUM^^g,y,IK^.Mf>^^^i^Mt^carr..^.twr%r.lAw^fiyiiT^ ^,7,^,-.  LOCAL AGENTS   FOR  Ford,   Mitchell,  Oakland, Olds-mobile,  Russell Cars.  Stickney Gas Engines aud Flanders  Motor Cycles. Pump-Jacks, Pumps  and Water Tanks,  Repairs for Bicycles,  Gas Engines  s  m  S  Provincial Display  The provincial display of British Columbia wiii he one oi the most attractive  features of the big Dry-Farmed Products  Exposition at Lethbridge next October,  reservation having been made by Dep-  i uty-Minister of Finanoe and Agriculture  W. E. Scott for 100 lineal feet space and  I a depth of at least 20 feet.  Writing Chairman J. W. McNiool of  the Exposition Committee,   Mr. Scott  hVft  MX/*-*  \%/T2   HAVP   TfJp  YOU Want FORSUH-MER Wear  \0  THE KOOTENAY GARAGEOO MR ANY  Rm &. BEVAN, MANAGER ORESTON BRANOH  mmWW,  ������i>[J^������i^*V*ej>VVV*^^������J>l������jiV'i-������iM  i Yhn Rrmino Rurhur Shun '  ~    m% ������l%*>9   Vl WW-II    Bs7-*MilB  WVB        S!  Billiards and Fool  ������ -T5������__   &  jfSMassa    J-^OUBLl    s������=>*o������.s^.  wi   ii   x  " ^ot or Gold Bath  s    . _    . S���������S   A"..-. IX  JT*.*     4~l.ll������       a ivaii,  i> ���������������       JV mxt  ^lgS.l~S������    <3.11U   Vlg<U GI,iV9  I  Pfi'i'fsS'a     '^ **4> ��������������������������������������� .-I    inrl    **l<af  fCA-'KiA  LJ AT"ST!P"|   Pi   Prnn I  ^T*|I ajKS^J^-S^J^r^t^^f^tm^^^l "tf^l^f^l*1* ���������** ������*"������"������"���������>' *i *���������> **> ��������������� *> OO HW4K A*.*, rtiiH<Mfc^,������WfcAJAlP������I  PROFESSIONALS  '���������S  I ^i������  ���������5  8 O.  liANB  SCBYSTOa XSO   AaCHTTBCT   ||  %m Dentissry  OTIAO  MOORE, C  ar  Plans and speciffiK&sioaa  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. E. HALL D. D. S.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Stare���������Baker Street.  ������  ���������is  Y*  Reasonable prices J  .A.    -AS4.       VA.V      AAV4AA   VA.A.   ^_J        \*v������j   ���������*        0*J  Church  Notices  YMETHOmST CHURO  Services will be held every Sunday aw  follows:  Morning        -       '���������*-       11:00 a.m.  Kv^iiiui;    - -      ���������.',-, ���������*-       7;30 p. m.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. ni.  You are welcome to   tarry with us.  X^ret! Hi. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  gt^i-vici*: ������v������>ry  Sunday   at   11  a.m.  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 10 a.m.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  \V?G.?B1aAKE  Minister  i&   ��������� .   ���������   &*���������- ���������    -��������� *?   ..  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  ���������OONSUliTIriO   jjjNGIKEEB  CRESTON  B.C.  S discount on  all  work if I  ������ you bring tins announce- |  * ���������'���������$  g ment. $  3 _ ,  |  H aftorrardSiscSsae'eBasb. g  S4 2-dskr'������l*Kit'a4���������.���������'5r.irmrgl^ |  *-^=������'s*=a*w:2*:������:������������?;������--������;=^';������!^2^2^'������:2^^������ *  MADAM  LAVAL'fS  Cotton Root CompQiiiia Tablets  A BBI.SAISI.B KaGTOATOR  These Pills aio coaipouaded with the greatest  c?ur*i from the most reliable remedies "mown to  science; such as are belnsr used with much success  by the most celebrated physicians known.  They are a speciiic Sor the distressing disorder!,  to which the female constitution is liable.  .Price $2 a box. No. S"(much stronger), S8 a.  box. Sold at all drug stores, or by mii I irom *5i������o  makvfX I>ruR Co., St. Catliarines, Ont.  says that it is piuuaed to bring to Lethbridge one of the finest exhibits over  gathered in Western Canada of an extensive and diversified nature, the fea-  tare of which wiii be tie fruit growu  without irrigation and speoiuieuB of the  timber for whioh the province is famous  Ladies Tan Canvas $fc *% ' **% /*  Oxfords    .    .    .   Ujj&^^j  n -  m  ���������ni.Q e*  || Ladies White Can^ &*%  f\f\  ������     vas Oxfords    ������    *J%j������+{J������J  B  TT*?\ /ftv -������iSrs o^Tft ^������*+ /ttt.   *^^ jiC^  For Sale by?'  O? P. W1SLE3R  s *ruit vAAAAuibS -will yrubably be sent  from here to Ohloago and New York laud  shows and It is expected that fully; a  carload of choice apples will "be collected  for this exhibit.  ���������'Our exhibit will be made more with  the idea of showing the resources a-mi  potentiality of our provinces than for  competiou," says Minister Scott. "We  do not have in view the competing for  prizes offered for* dry-farmed products  exclusively, beeauss we have only a  very limited territory in which the s>re-  cipitatiou is ieBa than 20 inches. But  much of our fruit and some of our vegetables are grown by dry-farming methods, and we desire the world to see  what we are producing, and we certainly feel that we shall win the merits of  praise of all delegates to the Dry-farming Oong4*eas."i  B. N. Winblow, horticulturist of the  Department of Agriculture, is arranging  to collect an unusually large exhibit of  fruit and has advised all commercial  organizations in various districts of British Columbia to make a display and  will personally supervise the gathering  of the fruit exhibit.  S Hisses, Childrens,  Boys, Youths   and  Hens  Canvas, Rubber and Leather Soles In  BALS OXFORDS & RUNNING SHOES  u  Ml  ^ Ta%    -������!I34,    A\m   ^^tm"^immZ  tZL  t\^2     ^ ^* ^H  ������t  l^1  H  JS  ^   iioldsiream  mmm  B, Yl  FKillT TREES and  0gWAS������8EriTALS  All our trees,are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry all the  leading varieties  most  _  suited to tins district.    Our speeialtv is budd-������-J- ������*-"*-^1- ^  IAI^I.V^V.VA   ^IIUVJA       .������  ���������^   on three-year-old whole roots.  -*x. ���������  For further particulars apply to.our local Ageut.  ������������������*-������������������ -.���������-.-���������. JT  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & ^o.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO &ENT  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  tB4re, Life and Acoident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  CRANBROOK  -B.C.  The  Funeral Director  m  ^<m-.  IHlC^l^  INQUIRE AT McCBEATE'S  LIVERY  WATER NOTICE  B.C.  Before Letting  Cfte Contract.  For the Nuilding of your New  House, Store, Offlce. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work. _____���������_���������.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and HiitiNfucUon  guaranteed on All Work  I   lls-Bkl Art������r-hls\IS-k    ���������*��������������������������� All IA Ms***  HbWaijmWli i-ASHIUNb  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' Hats,  Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   READY-MADE  WAISTS  New Lines of Liulios and O bild-  rens'   Stohkings and Wearing  Apparel suitable to the Season,  Mrs.  H. YOUNG  We,. The Bedlington and Nelson  Railway Company of Vancouver, B.  C, by occupation a railway company,  give notice that we intend on the 24th  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  the forenoon, to apply to the Water  Commissioner at his office at Nelson 1 acid  )JB. C. for a licence to take and  use     one-half   (%)    cubic    foot    of  Below we give several hints for killing  the common���������ail too "comsaon���������honse-  fly, which not only carries typhoid but  also tnberoulosie, dysentery and many  diseases.  1 Fly poison, not dangerous to human life���������1 dram bichromate of potassium dissolved in 2 oz. of water. Add  a little sugar and expose in shallow  dishes.  2 To clean a room of flies, heat a  sbovel and pour on 20 dropB of carbolic  Creston 31. ��������������� 1. Ho  1095'  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston [  MeetH first  and  third Thursdays  in  each month,   Jn Erecis Hill lit fi p. m  Visiting Brethom cordially invited.  Guui'tju BiudoiiciV, W. M.  Walter V. .Tacks "11, Roo. See.  OR OH ARD1STQ! \      ijjjjiMjjJM|Jlj1MSj-S*s-S������*^i*i**S������  TTir-  r-": ' "' "-*^"!"���������'  ��������� m*l**MmmWmmamaamammmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'  liie teer Vaiiey Nurseru  ALDERQROVE, B. C.  Ha vie Tim Finkht  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  Including Apples. Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  water^per second from an unnamed  creek, a*tributary of Kootenay Lake,  to be diverted at a point about 860  degrees N. 40 minutes 23 seconds E.  above Water Tank.  The water will be used on our right  of way, for domestic purposes, for  locomotives and trains.  A. H. MaoNisii.l,  , Solicitor for Bedlington ,and  Nelson Railway Company  Dated this 12th day of Juno, 1012.  FOR FULL   PARTICULARS  WlUTl>.-~ 0,t H''''*'  RICHABD McCOMII, IAS. COM I-TON.  General MimiiKcr, l.r.ri.l Agiuit,  Aldor������i:fovf������. B.C. Cioulon, JJ.C,  mmmtm^mmmmtmiim  SYN01-8IH OF CANADIAN  NORTH-  WJOST  MINING HKUUbATlONB  COAlj-Coal inlnlnK rl������liiH mny ti(������ IwihchI  for twoniy.ono yuai'H, rouowablu atiui iinmia)  rental orniiiiracro. Not aioro limn 2,DU0 uc-  i*ob can bo IouhoiI to ono apnllcant. I toy nit y  live coiits ]>(!i'ton, In iinniirvnyiKl torrltory  M>o triuii, tiuiNt bo Hlakfid out by tlio nppll  cii;*t)*i pormni, and pwHonal appiioatlou to  MmA|*oi)l or mib-Aironlof Dnmiiiion r.ai"i ri  lor tho '}|Hf,>'lcfc ppin*, It) n|l oiihoh bu mado and  tho rontal fqv tho Ib-Ht yoni'i'iiiHt bo paid to  Uio ,n������<..������t ivitbln itihly dnyu ;\t^v filing  iipjillcalloii  QTTAUT^���������A )ii'Vi'r>ii   c|;;hti'tili   ;,..-,ia;  i,f nil1  nnd over, Imvlni' mado u dlncovi.i.v mny Jo*  I'aUunsliilml.fiOO foot, by 1,000. l-'iju, }J,4. At  li'iiHt. 0100 miiHt bo oM>ondod mi the olalm  oivoliyoaror paid to Mio Mlnliii' Houordor  Wjiop 8������00,0 linn boon cxjiontlnd or paid nnd  oMior roijulnimonlHcmiipilod wlili, thopimliP  may bo piiroluiNiid nt ("l an ncii'.  I'liAUIdH JUNINO or.AlMH h n, WW foBl,  lonjr ami from I.OOO to 2,0110 fmi, w| do.   Kntry  I,.,, f,    Nni, Ii'hu ilinn hud muni i mpenile!  in ,i,j..,..,|,...,,t.������,r ,,,.,,. ...A,.i,   ,, ni r.  Dlt.J,������|)njN(l,~'rwo loiiNiiH oi ilvn inilnu (mob  i,In il\A-r may bo I.smuiI to .... ., | .|, ji.-.nit, Xor  ii limn ol '^yoai'M. Hiiilnl, sliiii mill, por un*  mir.i.    ItoyiUty. aji porconi, niiir i i,,i output  osn'oiU 810,000.  .,,   1., /.,,.....  Hi/������rvlt|.f flflntiif .-i.. ,,<��������� . i       r.....    A jt*yrecm,*um powaer uampeuea can  be molded into cones. Dry they will  burn slowly on a dish, tho fumes will  stupefy tho flies and they can be swept  up.  "One fly killed in June may mean  millions in September."  "A fly in the milk may mean a baby  in the grave."  - .je Kwersi0&  Comprising J 20 Acres  **n  A  IT-TA  J-"V"A������*������r*-C������       JS     _ .,   *     VB  j GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEA  ?'ATHOiV2E      ; ���������* .f  The Riverside Nurseries are the nearest nursery company to Creston an*t  have more trees planted in this district than any other company. Th:  trees are started under the same conditions that they will have to matui  in this Valley. They can be brought here from the nurseries at Gi-aiii  Forks in three days by freight or one and one-half days by express. Al  trees guaranteed home grown.  75,000 Riverside trees are now growing in the district.  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. .Creston, B. C.  I  B  HARRY LEONARD  Painter and Decorator  Wall Paper  Oalspmining, Painting, Paper-h inging Carriage and Sign Painting.  Let me give yon. advice aud estimates on your work. AH work guaranteed to givo satisfaction.  YOU WILL 8AVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  m  THE CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  Is showing a fine line of  Including  Plain and Flowered  * i  Mats   .    .    25c to 50c  Baskets   .   35c to $ 1.75  Pongee Silk  <M  I  !SMYT--''lll������!i)Wial,������������������!Mi.'i|ii!!l'>'������l'Ig


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