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 SSR  ���������glatTB  io-'VSZI.c ill 61,'"-"  v-*"-������**V Y*.r.'  v    ft-  .;������������������>-������������������  ,*.j  ���������."-��������� /v*;-��������������� V?-f'^.JV  i -j j.^  *'"? I-' *>$3.", -  ������*��������� I,  i   A-  ������-  ?*  *.������,������'  0  -*a^- ������W������ ,   ������4-^-a **m" * TITI iT���������^T ��������� mf- fl��������� -Y' ���������    ���������   J   IWWIWWWBB1  ALL THE NEWSj  of the CRESTON!  DISTRICT  AI! R������������^ :S^-East-;sSu?West Kddieftsre lm& to Crc-sten  /^S^'5jt^f  '^  If-11-;  ft  XJPmT, '���������WV���������-. aSSMSKSU  C|*^ _ * ������.i.i   '  ^ i^yArwtw  Off  1AIO  LA4>      .   Ml i ,     ,   1 1UVAr������.  ������aa  EVV  r������L,^NfeT���������  ������a*S4-pfcia ������**'  S FOR  $2.00 A   YEAR,  No,44    4th   Year. .  CRESTON, B.C;'. P&X.DAY  JUNE  21  "-,13  1.1*.  A-a/a /,m  Singi."8-!1 ^*rt������*e-������*s ������-���������  NiuitNAi ml  ED1IIT TllQT  huti  NO HARD WINTERS OR  KILLING FROSTS  Horticulturist   niddSeton  States figs Opinion ..  of .The Valley  The West Kootenay district is the  test of the fruit growing districts in  the Province and Oreston valley- is the  |i fm of the Kootenays. Such is she opin-  Easlo District Horticultural and  Fruit Growers' Association are making  big preparations for tbe First Canadian  Cherry Fair, to he held iu Kasio on July  31st. At the association's last meeting  a long prize Han was completed.  Wednesday afternoons from June 19  to September 18, will be half-holidays  for ths clerks di Grand Fotks. A petition to secure this half-holiday was circulated bv the clerks and nearly every  Jim Johnston has how divided his  m^bmtf'm ttei city, fyBV^j^.fa^^ 00nstfruotiug V brjdge  afternoons willproTteMy be-devpted- to  '   .  ">���������#    ��������� ' '   '  recreative sports  Oiranhrook  Boy   Scones   turned out  sixty strong ior theis* first enting sirsco   i���������...*  -|_-4-  OJ.JjaUA^.UbAV/'a,      XAAOI4  O..A. 1   KXM>U4.Ut������jr.  x  Hon oi M, S. Middieton, Assistant Pro-  ' viuo2al Horticulturist, who spent Wed  neBday and Thursday in making a hurried and general inspection cf the orchards of this eosis-.&i'nty. " ''It ia the  safest in regard to frosts,- it is exceedingly fertile and its' market is close and  large, he said. - The Okansgan is a big  district-- but is troubled with late frosts  and eold winters.  t   Bii". Hidqiewm wiii recura. xo Creston  nest week to moke a more thoronhg  study of ths conditions ot the orchards  *        "        *���������*  Speaking 04 the. general appearance 1x6  said, *'Every ihing is looking to be in  tha hfest of condition."  ,-   ���������     '?- One of the things that unpiessed him  most was the lack of a canning factory  ','   .. .,jm Bays *cnaToveruisneujuwaaganooaa-  ' ~      -_    ' ' * ' ^  -. ...   tijv* ewytz; ^ *^e ?*������c3 ,^^ g*^3- - ���������&��������� hand  oatfit co^did^ h^bhnffhi; to'do -etll Vhd ^a������-  - ^^m^w^^m^n  ������^ts* i_*i****S**������^ "^,^a4l"<*****v��������� *��������������� *^���������*      "a**^     ^"* ���������������"     *aj, ��������� m    -*��������� ^ ** ^^^-������^^ -^  1 r     - ning in this country that would not cost  '( 'more than $10", he continued, "and ou  < automatic machine to do the work would  *'���������       only cost abont* $100.   The canneries in  ' (V      the Okanagan district get; along with'  !       '   the small outfit.    The process is simpl  ���������   . _   and inexpensive and the cans including  i -  freight and duty should nob oost more  three cents each "  ' Already this season a canning iaofory  wonld have been a valuable asset. s A  number on orates of strawberries have  been refused not being first class by the  Frnit Growers' salesman,D.S. TlmmouB  Without,, a cannery these berries are a  dead loss. With it the producer get the  borries actual worth.  ;\ lunch at the Scout Masters home, some  routing was indulged in whioh was  greatly enjoyed by the boys.  Forest fires which caused more anxie  ij than   actuel damage rayed In the  viciaisy of Golden Igsc-srssktinti*. cheeked by tne rain. The town 'was foi* some  time in danger bat aside from the loses  sustained by che Columbia t River ,Lum-  oar AjGiiipany, smu. employes, so great;  damage was done.  ss^������*s  e*.  -That new suit see Weber.  Olen M Wirier made the round .trip  fco Bnok Orseh: on a "bicycf& in 60 minutes yesterday.  -Christie's fresh sodas at 85 cenfe per  in at Speers.  **  ac Canyon City   and   aBotherrat Dnck  ���������       -* ** v   - ���������?���������  Creek. '    - c  'i> '>  ���������Iiet us figure on your fursittare re-  quirements.   C. C. S. v  ~  ./ 1  Owing to the fact, that the boys, of  Orespoa w*ers bnsy preparing for esami-  nationb, the meeting called for the reorganization of Boy Scouts was not held  a -**  After school duties are completed anCth-  meeting will be called. tiyti -  I  ���������Protect your garden with poultry  wire. In 2 it, 4 fc and 6 ft,, widths' at  Speers' store. > - Y ;';  Charlie MePeak attended the Sght at  Cranbrook Monday.  \  _a^ .^uv vindOiV for earthern pitch-  -*jou \rtxx  ers aud tea pots at rock  bottom pricen.  S. A. Bpeerw.  S. A. Speere went to Vanconver Sunday co attend che Masonic Grand Lodge  meeting.  <s>  ���������You get five pep cent discount at  Thk Cash Store.  ���������Linoieuuij-i made in Glasgow 55o a  sq. yd.   O. C S.  H. Weber. Oreston's new tailor who  weat to Cranbrook tha first of She week  returned Wednesday with his family.  ���������A good farts, in Alberts, 70 acres  improved and 25 acres in crop. Good  house and stable, 2 good wells. ' Wonld  trade for land nearOreston. also 42 acres  in the tows or* Kejiora, Ont., would  also trade for land near Creston, apply  *n the City Bakes?* Creston. B. C.  fts- -������--.-  \viil Smith, who has been srotfeis**' on  it-.    * SJS _4- Y������ ,_  <��������� t!^ .   ���������   ' ^ ~ . 1 . -  UIC  i/J.xu*$'3 tab avuuk Kjxvotx. ujuuo h,  uyWu  ' Joseph Harwood of Vernon, sna;  holder in the Vernon Frnit Company  while in Calgary the first of this **week  cold the people of ftnsfc city that Okanogan fruit; growers will put fruit on the  Calgary market- a-- half the price of last  year.',    5!I*������st year   British Colambia  market we intend to get our legitimate  proportion of the trade if -we -have* to  create onr own retail stores to handle  frnit and vegetables, * * said lux-i Harwood  He also made the statement that Okanagan woald have a three million dollar  apple crop this year.  tor *r������.J������'.������i'r������'dcy ^-fcemocz*. stnd. "Vess^ji*^.  ���������Mrs. Attridge of Erickson is now  prepared to do dressmaking of "all kipds.  Satisfaction guaranteed.    Call afi'the  on   A.4T.  ~*'ti<*  >%mi*-.rvt~*������rrri._*.   iJ.ex *^_  ri~~^%fc.*UM.-  ^llitnn   %PA|Aa,    IVJflAA7U--AQA������    AUA        WAMM^AWVn  . ' "��������� .     *-��������� ^.j ^.      - \  last Friday where she will study to be a  nurse, at the Sisters' Hospital.  Have yonrolothes cleaned aud pressed  for Sunday. Try us Oreston Cleaning  6s Dye Works.  Several ranchers report strawberry  thieves this week and threaten prosecution  in case of finding   the guilty  -������_a:=������  D. Lyons of Canyon City wUl 'give a  basket picnic at Bonnyhrook ranch on  July the first. All tbe ranchers are  cordially invited to attend. In the evening there will also be a dance with  music turn is* ied by the Canyon City  orchestra and a general good time is es-  peoted Mr. and Mrs. Lyons are noted  to be capable entertainers and it is expected that everybody will tarn out.  ���������We prepay freight on ail orders ov-  *,  er $15.00.   C O. S.  During the absence of the Vicar of  Christ church, the services will be in  charge of Dr. Primrose Wells. It will  be remembered that he is a licensed lisy  reader nnder the Bishop of New Westminster, and a Master of Arts of the  tTniversitv of Oambiidj?������. The morn. I  ing service will be Jjuaoontitmea except  v  sTaTtA*   TaTSA    e jii*   a3������i������������"*!s*S' sjs      ���������������**���������'���������     ���������tan4-**'4T,������>B������      wm  l+������++%  UIML OCEfsltd  U"  ���������-������������������-������������������s  ���������>v  X'  CRESTftSa  pmiimp  II ���������  -* m  m  .��������� i-'^i  :    1 ="*l  '1    ���������-���������?  PREFERED  ���������Small orders ior -���������nrnir.������*Lgs have  the same attention wit.h ns as large orders C. O. S.'  Mrs. A. Hooks and family of Kootenai, Idaho are visiting here this week  ������*>*i>rVt  Vm**-* mniVihi  ���������If *Wavav   +m*mm   ~+*\**tmm\  ������ f    ������>hsv*w m   w m   %r m   ���������^tt****i*M.j ���������  there is Holy Comeinnion. At the evening service we hear that Dr. W^lls intends to give short addresses on the  Bible ss^l ?freS?r*-j S-isoorsries.  ���������BeforeXiiada iiceuse Isold shoes  with a proiicoi iO per cent upw I make  5 per cent.   A. Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  The closed season for haar in this di-i-  wiot is from July 45 to Sept. 11.  *:>*-���������  . ���������Txo&i Hsds asv 9iz& -brass  $8 96.    CCS.  ���������We are agents for Imperial Clothing  -r������*������m������n-| I '���������   c   .   ' _      *        * *��������� '  " I The Cash Store.    -������������������  Fernie C. R. A. Challanges  Local Association J uly 1st  S  K  The Fernie Athletic Assoolation haB  presented a onp (value $2iS) to be shot  for on the Fernie Itauge on July 1st*  Tho Pernio O. R. A. has invited the  Orestou-Erlokflon O. E, A. to compote  tor tho cup, a team of not less'than five  t ���������'. ���������**���������.' ' '   ' 1 ''',*,  tobe soot from horo. In consequence  out^ regular Dominion day shoot will  ho held on Saturday Juuo 20, at which  a full momberabip ia roquostqd so that  wo can choose our boat mo*i for the  JTornlo event,  .' Tho TjwcUoh of tho Methodist church  will provide rofroahmontB 1������ usual.  Mnoh ploaaaro and appreciation lino  bono nnnnriH   in   fJmivctri   C[tv   hv   tha  grant!nfr of the* tltb dcoit to the cohonl  1 , . 1  site. A mm Hohool will bo umler cou-  struotlpn it is bollevod during tho Hummer recess. As thin nottlomnnt in rapidly developing and the present uoaoiim-  tlon Ib liy fur ihfido moto to tlic^llstrlot  needs, Tho grnnt. in by the Canyon  City Liitubi-r Co., iiinl UiKiifi ii'i uu miro  (���������ompHoing 185 foot, frontage on the  Porthill road and 5100 foot deep on an  ther Hldfi road clvinn noaom to the school  lioth wav������L  Nelson and Fernie are the nearest  oities to Creston that are making preparations for Jnly-i celebration. Fourth  of July will bo a big day in Bonners  Ferry. 1  The cattle which arc allowed to range  through the streets of Creston are trou-  oiesome and dangerous poses. A, cow  got in the enclosure where E. F. Piatt  sometimes puts his baby to play, back  of the cafe, and If it had,not boon for  the qulok work of the child s father the  baby would have been trampled. In  several othe-t instances whioh have been  chased by the cattle. There are nights  too when, light sleepers aro disturbua by  tho gauglei of cowbells under their windows. If the owners will'be a little considerate and nithor hord or enoloso their  oattlo, bettor, fooling!! will result and  possibly sotho trouble will be averted.  H. White, easterns collector of Cranbrook was in town the first of the week  He made an official trip to Ryckerts  before leaving.  Good pony for sale, weighs 700 pounds  good driver and Baddle .horse. Inquire  of A. Mirabelli.  Dr. G. D. Henderson spent Tuesday  j and Wednesday at tha Cranbrook hospital with his father.' The doctor left his  *    -r  t  , WANTED, to renc^ a piano for the  months of July and August; Address  W. G. care of Review.  One of ths orew whioh is getting but  poles for Sulliven on tbe W: H. Smith  place, sh.ot a big bear last week.  W. H. Barohan of The Canadian Home  Investment Co.,- Ltd , is stopping at the  Creston Hotel a few days this week.  Get onr price on No. 1, Timothy Hay,  Just unloaded.   S.,A, Speers.    ?  Mr8..Eairhead and daughter Mrs.  St  Jesus left Tnsgdoy Victoria as delegntet-  co the W. C. T>. U. convention held it  j      "*    *-*   "*w   - "~  ������hat place.  Mrs. Trotter left Tuesday for the  prairie  Dr. - Primrose-Wells' family ore  spending several weeks fishing np Arrow oreek.  Maintaining of Good Quality of Fruitattd  Pack  Has Resists  Creston strawberries are in great- de-.  ssaad. The-reiailers in the cities ea*=i; &������  Creston are willing to nay from BO cents  co a dollar more for onr frnit than that  shipped ic from the states. At first ���������  notices werereceivedby D. S. Timmons  sales=a*?ent of the Frost Growers* Unica  I from the retailers to the effest tha$. the  irms oop*L, -aofe���������-be handled" a6 |S0O  t    f.no   rtrinA  nclrArl   K*  +U*x   TTM4AM        rni:^  large wholesale firm* in the States have  put in carload lota ia Alber&a  cities et ���������  ���������$3 CO a crate and aietchants  rebel^i^g  these berries of coarse could sell ih&ox  smuvu u'utj������-jBr uutn xhe Greston produce  Bat t ie quality of the frnit and pack  saved the market for this vaiiey and-  more orders for Creston berries are com*  ing in each day and while Coast cities  owing tea glnt oa th������ Sisrker'hsv^.  had berries at from a S1.59 Jto SI 00 1/  crate the loc4 growers' hav������ been efl? ������������������  joyiug a steady market olfs53 per crate  since the l>egnuiogi>f i>he season. "'- ,~ 4  _ . _   ���������"     1' v*j - ��������� * *."- -:  In order to maintain the Wpat^tSon'or  j.  -ihippiag only firsi c!as������ feblt, tfee1 sglss  **   "* \  Agent in a few eases has been forced to,  VefusB a fewcrares of berrieB whioh did*  uct come up to the standard. He hopes'  oefora another season thai the growers  vat Hi have, a causing factory isstajlsd tc  handle such frnit.  \t  5**--  if  "?kS1  ���������We clean everthing, Creston Clean  and Dye works.  ��������� ������MM<mssmm������MssM  Teetzel For Lake Route  The Creston Power Light toTeJephont*  ,    ���������       ..*.';.., ���������,:.;���������'������������������...'      . \  Company is stringing 10 new telephone  wirts to Erlokeon this week.  0.0. S., 3IGNAFIKS CRANBROOK  OO-OPBRATIVE STORES  That, tho CntitHlinn Highway shohld  take the route around by Kootenay lake  rathor than go ovor Sumuilt Pass, is the  opinion of W. F. Teotv.el, General Provincial Agent, who wiih in town on  WednoHdny and Thursday to investigate  nuiiiO onutcstud tVutcv clrAin*.**, He says  that wh<M* the lulc<*i It* loworcd hy tho reclamation projcot, tho present shore lino  for nt least two-thlrdd of tho diitanoe  will make a level aud cheap road while  the oowt of building and maintaining a  f-ood road ooroBi* the fiats bore and ovor  the mountains would bo tremendous,  Roplylng   to the oomplaint of poor  roadu in thi������ district, ho eald that $120,  Miss Callahdor nnd brother spent an  enjoyable day motor boatluR on Kooto-  nay Lalto last Sunday.  ���������Tho boat in palnta nnd varnishes.  BapooPaint and Berry Broe., Varnishes  foroaloat Spoors.      V  A. Ifi. Ruhunlw loft Thumlay for his  homo In Montana.  Mrs. A. E. Wells, and children of  Coeur d'Alone, Idaho arrived in Oreston  Monday to join Mr, Weils who came  here a short time ago to try ont the  '    ' ''-- '������������������ .'      ; '. "i>"    ���������   ' .'            ���������������������������"'���������',.,'.  black Bmithing basincs*}. The trade has  been so good that he was induced to  Btay and bring his -family,  ��������� Juy your fishing \tackle from our  big assortment of lines,   S. A. Spoors.  Miss Hattio French ret-uruod from  Spokane Wednesday whoro sho has boon  attending her brother.  At a spcci'il mooting of tho Ladies Aid  of the Methodist churoh last evening it  wan vutuu lu roiuruitui ilia pur*iouugt* in  the extent of about 9200.  ���������Mon'rt working shoos, ������1.00 at Mir-  aboil lo������  G. M. Gunn returned from Nelwon  yesterday whoro ho hus boon -with his  daugbtor Ida who has boon undergoing  several ppnrationa for tho relief of her  latnonesa. Mr, Gunn says sho is doing  as well as could bo expected and thut uhu  will probably bo able to 001110 homo next  wook.  Mrs. G.D. Brown and family loft on  Monday to visit friends in Cranbrook  from there she -will go to join her husband, who is station agent at Ball River on tho Kootuay Central and Is where  the C, P. R. have their big saw mill*  and tie camps, The town is growing so  fast the O. P. R. havo found it nects-  to open a.depot.  More Mean Work  While R. S. Bevan was returning'  from Erickson yesborday in Fred, G. '  Little's nutomobilo he ran into a board  with nails driven through it placed ih  such it way as to puncture the car's  tires.   The work -waa evidently maliciously done and lo one of a number *  of similar -jobs thnt have been carried  out lately which have resulted in loss  to nufco owners -vhich   might   have  insulted in serious accident and loss?  ofHfe.���������'.'���������','?Y'���������'.',. .;���������     ??     ;?.���������:!,:���������??':'??.':>���������  '���������    L ' ,''''. ' * '    ' "'...-I     '''','     ' *'  -    _   ��������� ��������� . .     ; .  ,. '1    ; ,.        . 1  Publications of the Dominion  Depmment of Agriculture  ,- ci-1'  Gallbraith Visits Reservation  -Webor tno Taylor for your now  sait.  Georgo Hondron, the oontraotor left  the ursfc of tii������ weak; "for Crawford SJ&7  bn tho Kootenay whoro he will bo on-  gaged for some time in the erection of a  yoar and that no moro oould bo expeotod ^hero. Thoy will return to OroBtou *o-  thun was Umm* uone ub yroNtiut,, j i������Akhor. j  Wm. n. O. Hajari .kit Wcdn^'^y  000 for roade and J*3P,000 for brldRoa la 'for Bimkane.vrhem������h������ will join hor son  boiiif* spont iu Ymir Riding alono this Floyd who ih attending the High Sohool  R. L. T. Galbraith from Fort Ste olo  '/. ��������� ��������� '.���������  Indian Agent, whoao jurisdiction lies in  the Kootonnyo, vinltod tho luttii^no at  the reservation horo this week. Ho  says evory thing is in good condition and  tho majority of tho Indians aro at work  ploklug borrien for the ranoberti who  find thiiir hnln nn'tfnl nnd prnfli-nhln.  Mr. Gfulbr'-ith in u plonoc-r of thSi������ country having come to the Kooteuavn u,  ISio Ho has boon idonfified with tho  country iu a public manner since thnt  date, having been in tbe Indian sorvioo  nearly 20 yoara, and In ono of tho oldoot  men in that dopnrtmont, lie left last  Wednesday for Nelson and Oaatlegar,  whoro uro Indians to bo vloitcd. From  thoro he will go to .Arrow lakes and  I MlOii hU   ������l7*UU*jAMiM44,U,  For aumnhbr of yeara, thoye has been  a constant flout of valuable information  ou agriculture, in its several lines, going  out from the Department of AgrionUnre  at Ottawa.  In the forms ot annual reports, bulletins and circulars, hundred-- >  ot publlootlons have been issued, oonti-  dorably oxooodinga million copies   a  year, and the stream Is constantly enlarging,   Until rcoontlyoaoh of the, bov-  oral main branches of the Department  mint out th'-tr own puhtfeaffons.    An  advauco stop has lately boon taken lu  the  organisation of the Pablioations  Branoh whioh is charged with tho sending out from 0110 office ot nil the pucll-  cations as iRHnod.   As a guide to the  agricultural public as to what  fmbllca-  tions may bo proourod, a inii use intii*  eating tho subjootH treated, has been its-  ued in pamphlet film to be sent ouv to  */���������  .^1-.^   AW..|#   #/.������.   91.  sili-lisipisisiisilsswsis^sBss^^  torn  mMa  ;���������.���������>!  :':'Zti:;tiKtiA   .v^-VaIiiaaA*!*-*'!  ���������*"ii,rw'i'ii*������ww������ij>|  .,.:A'iU^A.'AAi..M>1: iilaJLmi Lj_Jl>l   '^^^^S-iL'JI'A'-A-WgA**  aaJsammwSmmmmmam   BAtMSJ ll1.-^r-J. tt-A4^^Wp.'������VI*l"  "jft ?���������   '  1- ., >   '  THE    CBESTON   BEVIEW,    CKESTON.  J-"*.   ������i^.  ���������**    **- *"V ** r ���������**��������� - j* /* * ���������=*���������/  1 .4*-f������ "  ^   4*.      u -I    'a- ���������***���������  ,rl|*\'*, I"    "* ���������>������������������������> *.^j"*|'T'l '���������t'X^ ���������t-V*-'.. "I ���������*./*������  ���������f I  I J   .    fuM,-     "<       i"      _  *S jr v        ���������       i ^        + , ** , A    I  a-������  /<2 .  /  j&  r ^  X^,  ariXmmmm^Simm'  nv  s^RED  M.  WHITE  LONDON  WARD. LOCK & CO.. LIMTTED  now.--as it is useless talking anv long-  er, lei's go ouianu look at tne borseo."  TAINTED   MONEY  I Boys to Help Cultivate Land  The agricultural department ot the  Scholarships  From Slave  Money and j.United   States  has   succeeded   in   in  Churches Founded from War        ������teresting  the  boys- of   many  of  the  CHAPTER XXX  A  Point-Blank Refusal  Coplev rose as if the interview -ft ere  ?o7rhiSnlVl^ b������,th  ������.1L0*torS   the~b7s7 ;pechne~ns"o7"co7a'or_oUieri  Aor hit, ine.id       B������������������\������������te���������&l J-ine������!nnd  Cambridge,    are    the    "Craven"   produce  /own   by   them.      The   en-!  The  Igered.      lie stood gating into the iiie  Indemnity  Perhaps the most valuable and most  states in the cultivation of the land.  This ha? been don** by forming the  lads into clubs and ottering prizes foi'  \mm.'"-tijr"-  esfis*3tff--'-~':s!tav  hi..  thoughtfully   and  moodily.  f one.  fund   which   every   year  last shaft had gone hom,00^^.?l ������������������^* '^ of ������*e- m08t -briUiant  George's whole nature revolted from  s-pei'dnig a week in tlie company of  the man m ���������."���������osst.'siion. lie v/a.uct'  to sai"' tiniA, he wan  ���������pportunity to thinl. and. above all,  he wanted to get ml ot the incubii.s  vvhicli, m his mind s eyt, he conld  see seated patiently m the library at  produce  gi<  thusiubin sjiowu by the boys and the',  s, WU    UM'.'.aV-W h    W^*W**+   v* ******     *aj-**������v ���������������������0"'*C*    *** *'-*"���������**"'-'^*������ ���������**������������J���������f  NA-BRU-C������ Headacfoe Wafers.  stop them in quick time and clear your 'head,*'' They  do not contain either phenacetin, acetamlid, morphine,  opium or any other dangerous drug.   25c. a box at-  your Druggist's. 131  National dpuo ani> chemical eo. or c-inama. Limited.  -^  lar.      As it  Degan  in the  south the  but none too wealthy���������students in  Great Britain  with the means of be  i       ne  -.v������.ih.l-   corainS pcreai   and famous    in    their ';societies wore known as "Corn Clube"  tod  Lo have  an ) spt?oial hranche-a of learning bad sure-|an(1 t-ne n,ime nas beeK retained even  ly as strange an oiigm as any of the j Where coin is not the staple product  splendid   results   they  have   attained j     The albino is still biie of the puz-  have made the movement very pops-1 zies Gf science.      Beyond the iwiow-  iLyOiiiiuiiea ;  "No? Then 1 must speak moie  ���������Mainly. At the pre.-ent monient you  own a colt which looks like wmmn*'  ihe Dei by I know lh*s co>t has Mt"i.  toughing lately, but jour man Raffle.  is verv sanguine and knows what ht?  is talking about. I see the coit ht s  come back m the betting to eight to  one and the public never seem urea  cf backing him. That, however, is  tho public s look-out and is no concern ol yours. In the colt's piesei.t  condition jou -will bu justilied in putting a pen through his name and no-  codv could blame you. Ov.uers don't  Taise hor&es tor the benefit of tne put'  lie, and if the public choose to come  in. and forestall the market au;l the  horse is scratched, then they mus".  take the consequences. It has been  dene over aad over again and i don't  see why you shouldn't do it yoursek-  You needn't do It today, or to-morrow,  or even next week, but if I can assui;e  Absalom that this is going to happen  why, in that case, I feel certain these  proceedings will be withdrawn, and  perhaps such terms. arranged aa "will  ���������wipe the debt out' altogether. Do  you follow me now?"  Sir tfeorge sat white and rigid. He  seemed trying dimly io ccidprebend  -what Copley was driving at. All the  time Copley was speaking he did not  meet the eye of his victim opposite.  But Sir George's face was no index of  his feelings. He was quivering from  head to foot with a nameless '���������indignation and though, Copley did no.  Itnow it, was within an see of making  s headlong onslaught on the financier.  "You can't be in earnest," Sir George  ^aid with dimcuity. "Surely, yon  were joking when you asked me to  do this thing? Why. it would be  contemptible? dishunoraDie to the last  degree. I expected to win a fortune  over the Blenheim colt, but 1 backed  him at a very long price, so that if  he breaks down, the loss will not be  ���������so *?reat. It was bad enough to loss  the fortune which I regarded as good  as in my pocket, but deliberately to  scratch the horse, to wait a fortnigh-,  while these friends of yours are laying  against the colt, is an insult .which  I did not dream any man'"would put  upon me."  "You will pardon me if I don't see  .it', in that light?'  Copley said cooliv-.  /���������"You have a right to do what you like  with your own.      You are justified in  scratching the horse and, indeed, you  have every  excuse for doing so-      I  don't se.e that it matters much whether it is done to-day or in a fortnight's  time.     You may lose the few thousand  pounds you put on the colt, but that  eee/s  probable   in  any  case.      And,  on the other hand, you have it In your  power to wipe out your debt to me���������  : that, is to benefit to the    extent    of  forty thousand pounds."  ir  George's   indignation   began   to  Ho no longer felt a disposition  finite  Copley   'hip  and   thigh';   he  thinking of his own position and  future.  "And if I refuse?"  Copley shrugged his shoulders eloquently  kind you can f.nd  in scholajj^hip records.  t    . For when a certain Eflrl of Craven  Haredale  Ptuk       Vet   ne  also  knew   left a large sumof money to^be used  wnat   he  ousrnt  to   have   done        ile  ouffin, cithei, to have knocked Copley  do\ n piomptly ou* of hand or he ought  for the lelease of slaves who had been  captured   by   thQ   Algerian   und   B������i-      bary pirates and  slave    dealers,    he  to have"walked out"of The house with   fould not have had the slightest idea  a feu  contemptuous words aud a ci'rt < that the day would soon come when  i-Ai.'-.'.*.*.'ion that he and Cop'ey would  rjict as strangers in the futiir*-*.  But like the weak man he was, when  the  pinch   came he  did     neither     of  thsse  things.      It  would  never  have  occurred   to   him   to   boast   that   he  was a man of honor,    lt would never  ha\ e occurred to him to discuss the  matter.       All   the   world   had   taken  it for granted and in this opinion Sir  Geoige shared.    But    on    the    other  band   he vas  face to  luce  with disgrace  and   in a  few  days   would   be  homeless and   penniless, a mark  for  the finger of scorn1, and the object of  pity of those upon whom he had looked down from a lofty standpoint. But  was there after "-.ll, any great.,harm  in what Copley had suggested? Scopes  of owners   of horses had done  such  things before and he had a genuine  excuse  for   putting  the  pen  through  the name of the Blenheim? colt,, since  it had fallen ill.     If other people' t$n-  efited  by  the  knowledge,  it  was   no  concern of his.      If the coit were uo  better: at  the end of a fortnight, he  could be scratched and things go on  as they were.      Besides, the eoit was  a good one and in th*s autumn, there  would   be   every   chance   of  winning  the St. I^eger with him.      This reasoning was  ail  very    specious ?>nd  wrong, but at the end of ten minutes  Sir George .had; justified' himself, as  Copley felt sure he would do.  Wait a little. Sir George said. You  can't expect me to make up my ������imd {  all at once. I must Mve time to  think It over- But 1 Can't do anything as Ions as that man is at Haredale  Park.  " U you caa  get rid o?  Tt if*t   ***.*?   yr.r.1-..:^**  of the farm      The plan is one worthy  of imitation  by  Canadians.    Already  the tendency ot younger people to do * ago  any thins  and   everything   but    culti  Beyonc"  ledge that albinism is due to a iai"k  of tho normal pigment In skin kUi"  hair the phys'ologist and pathologist  are about as much at si a reganling  tha real e>pl?nation of this freak of  nature as they were 100 or 1.000 yeais  the mo ne j would never be needed foi"  ���������-such a purpose, and when a gratetul  Parliament would determine that, in-  s>tead. the* interest irgm the investment should be employed as means  for furnishing the finest scholarships  for pool* students at the two c-rpjites^  and oldest Englifh universities. Yet  that is how the ''Craven Scholarships" were founded there.  Famous  Lotteries  Many folk once had muc-li to say  against loneries in England, and it  was, perhaps, not a bad thing when  they were abolished by law. Yet.it.  is well worth while remembering that  in their hey-day, public lotteries did  a vast deal oi good, as well ass a vast  deal of harm.  And when one speculates nm tho paltry gambling spirit of to-day. which  Puds its outlet in an attempt to win  a large sum by spending a sixpence  in making a    miserable    attempt    to  vate th^ land is apparent In many  fj4jt=> of um" coumtry If the passion  for making thmga grow were aroused  among the children, more of them  would l'tinain on farina. The growth  of ihe oituii at the exponas- of the  rural population Is not a healthy ai^n.  AEjrU'Ulture is no longer work for  moro strength and muscle. The farmer of to-day must be thw i-qlial m In*  teTHgonco and business ability of his  brothers in tho Chios. hi no way  can ������ boy U*ai n thm so well as by  cultivating for himself a lot of hind  and luing ������������������neouragod to compote  with lads of his own ago and to enjoy the results of his own industry.  (A.t,vj.     As to the ultimate why of *1'i  problem���������why the pigment ts    miuJ  ing in tho albino���������thore ia no+hln*  but a collection cf unconvincing  guesses. Regarding the statistics of  albinism nothing satisfactory ts obtainable except in two countries. In  Italy the albinos number about ono  in every* 20.000 of the population,  whereas In Norway the rate is twice  as high, with one  n o" *������������������*." li'.'ii o  The chief of police, of a ..provincial  No surgical operation Is uecoer.aTv  ir. remcp uir. corns I* Hoii-jw '*v ii C'crr.  Curo b������   mod.  ed in that, city to the various police  departments throughout:.the country  for distribution among the detectives  to assist in Mb identification incase  ho should be apprehended. .Next day  a telegram came from the chief at  Smarleton���������a neighboring town���������saying,"   Your six  photographs t received.  The greatest oil-breeding establishment tn tho \world ia that of Comae-  chio, on the Adriatic, where the in-  carried on    with    scientific  town sent half iv dozen photographs   <*ustiy is ca  of a notorious cr������-n������o������. who -was?w������*������*-   0are-      lhis eel nursery consists of a  ���������-.��������� .,HH,!K.uiir..a..u������a. ..as w    gigautic swamp, measuring 140 miles  in  circumference,  and  is of ancient  Not fexaotly Intended  He was a pudding author and his"-  wife, determined that his train of  thoughts should not be trammelled*'  by domestic worries, said to the new  maid, "Now, Jane, if you want anything always come to mo. Never ga  to Mr   Bookmaker unless I am out."  A few dayF later thero was a knock  at Mr bookmaker's study door, and"  in reply to his usual "Come!" the  new mam. fresh and pretty, juppeared.  Please, sir, she'sald. Mrs. Bookmaker  said I wAs never to disturb you unless-  cite was out.  Well? said Mr.  Bookmaker inquiringly. I  She's out, sir,���������Lippincott'g.  origin, since li the sixteenth century  it yielded    an    annual    revenue    of  ������.A*3liyv    lv^������    A.1AO    A. V'l'-J.  We, hi������ve succeeded in arresting four  poetise better thjan somebody else, of the criminals, and expect to get  one? cannot  but think ?hat  the  rsal���������-���������* ths���������-other t\yo by tonight, .  properly-conducted      lottery      which  could build a British, Museum, a Wa-  v.^���������.��������� **.^ . -^^.^.^^fr.^      ...    .K-*-      ^^.....-.,    ....������..     ...a.  IfATAAAAV        JAJIMfAA;, .    ������     >JA.        ������ UU������   ������     .'���������������%>������       AAAA^  msnsftly botttir a& a way of satisfying  and yet keeping in right bounds the:  fever tor  gambling  which seems  to:  be in the blood of so many folk.; Y^  For the Britist* Museum, Waterloo  Bridge, and no small part of St. Paul-s  were erected from the proceeds of  lotteries, public lotteries, held in these  lands and **sahctioned by Parliament;  ."V.UO- "wi|j������������   jjCaixu  resuns  vaey ara,  any rate, those splendid erections, and  how much superior to anything, which  the gambUng fever produces to-day l?  Catarrh Cannot Be^Cured  withLOOAt, APPLlGATlQNa&s,the**������3noti������i,&  ���������*tli^ el5S.?-- *^f the .Jjffpnjr...        t*!At4������r?!! t������ & l������!<yArl  0'-'4J*>rl*t*--  tutloosl diseaso. auci ir. order to euro It y.ou musTtiie  luterutti remiMieJA. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken ln-  tern������liy. aliu ttcia '"ifrciiji' Upon tiio t)!oo������ ami ioVuoUS  surfiscw. Hail's Catarrh Cure la not a- quack medicine. It was prescribed by one ol tho best physicians  In Uila country for ysara and is a regulfcr preticription.  It 1^ ecsaposad at the best tonics :J5bc*������!*, coESblasd  with the best blood purlflers. acting dlw*ctl** oh the  raucoua surfaces. The perfect combination ot the  ttw> Inirredients Is what, produces sucb ^yonderlul re-  suits In curing eaturrh. Send for testimonials, tree.  - F. J. CHENEY a* CO:. FroDS., Toledo, U  ��������� '   ^"V*Vi *?*? rin,?**!������f������. ������>rl4^*. 7fi^������.  ^i*e HauVFamiiy"^^ ter WiiAitlwiUoa.  t>.A������^Af^A.      ^3>A4       ^X9!?lpiv*  Oh. I think I can do that, Copley  interrupted.  But if I telephone to Absalom &.  Co. from here they will want some  guarantee from you that���������well* you  know what I mean. They won't want  any writing, your wo-ggfewiil be good  enough for that.        ?"fflf^  Sir George expande������iTR������this suggestion.     It never occurred-l'to him that  a mere negotiation on.tMs point from  Copley's view1 would :Mlp������s good as a   -.^hi  written documentL      Y.-V;!^.'"?  I think I can give if,Y^said.  Very well, Copley kaid^riskly. I  am glad to hear yoq^::������a33kr[ iike?"that.  It is a com mon sense Is^4^��������� pf the sit-  ornce ana ring up-Aoaaiom & co.   payiag the money, sevi  unless I am greattv-TOfetaken. in   e,j large fortunes and <  lour'R time you -^i|^i������; free from Ly'ere* unsuccessful   we  ~*8&ti  uation.      Sit  down ^n'd'^moke your  cigar in   peace and  ooi^^v'orry any  more about the mattes.���������Jf'*'!! go into  my office and ring up "AoaSlom & Co  and  an hour  your trouble  Var thrpp-quarters of-5arti;hour Sir  Oeortre sat Immersed ���������"..i^ni"  thoughts. Manipulate 'the?transac  rion as he might, decelve������*lmself as  he pleased, there wasY^hio getting  away from the fact that-hje? was contemplating a wrong- ari^v^shameful  in" that case, there Is no more to I thina:, and the knowledge that-he was  Even now. in other countries, these  State lotteries are doing big things  in their own way, however hiuch we  in Britain may agree or disagree with  them.      Throughout the German Empire���������and the astute Germans generally know what they are doing in the  money line!���������public lotteries are often  adopted   for  the  purpose   of   increasing State    revenue.        A    man  much prefers to pay f25 for a ticket  which may win him a large sum that  will  make him independent" for life,  and   incidentally   provide   funds   for  some necessary State purpose, than to  be taxed io the extent of $20 and 'see  nothing whatever to his own benefit  for the sum thus reluctantly paid to  ? needy Government-      Last year,J in  Prussia such   State lotteries  gave a  clear  profit,  to  the  country  of  more  tbnn $22,500,000* nobody grurohled at  paying the money, several folks gain-  even those who  were "really little  moro  out-of-pocket  than   they   would  have  been  by  paying a  tax in" lieu  ImmersedYfjn??. gloomy i of. the profit thus made.  Serial St=r*-*  Ascura-���������Do you remember the night  I  had  to  take  you  home   from   the  club in a cab and��������� .  'NagKet���������Yes, indeed.  YAscum���������I    don't    suppose    you've  h-*ard the last o' it yet.  Nagget���������No. my wife's still Hying  -���������Catholic Standard and Tiipes.'"  The plow Is an ancient implement  -rajs line si 'odmis uj paAoJdm-* ^u-qi  ply a brosid spade that is dragged  along horizontally. It breaks up the  soil to the depth of a few laches, but  it smpotiis down and compacts the  underlying layer! As this is repeated with each plowing, the subsoil bs-  eG-raes very dense and Lard, resisting the penetration and storage of  the water so essential to plant growth-  Remarkable result's have been reported from dynamite plowing, and are  doubtless due to the loosening of the  compacted layers- to a considerable  depth.  Life   Lino*  Used   by   Mountaineers  The ropea used by Alpine climbers-  is of special manufacture, combining  as far as possible the differing qualities of strength, flexibility and lightness.       Throe   qualities   are   ih   general use, being made from Sisal, Italian  and Manilla  hemps  respectively  and occasionally, whexi cost is not a-  cousideration, of siik.       The    latter.-  though very light and strong, is not-  so durable as    the    others.        That  which finds  most favor among British mountaineers is known as Buck*~  ingham's Alpine rope;   it is made of"  the best Manilla hemp.  In the year 1864, Mr. McLeish re~-  calls a committee of the Alpine Club-  made tests upon a number-of ropes-  suitable .for mountaineering. t Of the;  two tnat were approved one was mad������  of Italian hemp and the other of Ma������-  ntii��������� mv,������������������    i,^av     (._,*    -     i,...i.K������'  ...IJA, ALA... J AA������S,,AA AAGAAA        ������������ U, CC4J.,U|V*  strain of two tons and sustained the-  weight of a twelve stone mcin afi-������:;'  falling from a height of ten feet.. Non*-  mountaineers* have sometlm-ps .considered this insufficient, but it is highly  problematical whether the human an--  atomy could survive the sudden com--  pression of a thin rope arising from-  any greater fall.���������Fry's Magazine.  /Reduced   by   Asthma.      The    con-  -_.4.n������tA nAMA4������. M4> J������.1.M.''l,MU^. I1.A UA;  OICJ4A    OLACAAAA    \JX    XXE5 A-AAAAAA>     ASA AAA &������>     (.AAA?. - ������4X*T  tieht to a dreadful state of hopeless  exhaustion. Early use should by iall  means, be made of -the famous Dr. J.  t). Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, which  more than any ? other v acts: - quickly  and surely on the air passages and  brings, blessed help .'and comfort. No  home where asthma is present in the  least degree should be without this  great rjemedy. :���������''.'  he t-nid or done,', be answered. "I  would help you if I could, but I am  ���������powei'ler-s just now. But perhaps you  will think 'bp.tter of It I am sure  yon will be tired of that man hi pos-  seRfion hy the Ptid of n  wnelc,      And  TWOW  TESTIFY  WhatLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compounc* Did For  Their Healfch-~Theirown  Statements Follow.  Halihurton, P.E.I.:���������" I had a doctor-  examine me and he said I had falling of  the womb, bo I havo been taking Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and  tt has dono me a lot of good. AH the  bearing-down pains have vanished. I  huve gained ten pound:1 in weight, tho  discharge is all gone, and I feci better  than I have for a long time. I think any  ���������woman is* foolish to sutler aa I did for  the sake of a few dollnrs.  "You can uao my lotUir as n ti-'fltimo-  nial. it may encourage uirn*r inur wumi'i*  who suffer as I did tou.<u> your Vogetal.le  Compound." ��������� Mra. Cjko. Colucutt,  Haliburton, Lot 1, P.E.I.  Itcad What This Womnn Says:  Now Moorflflfllfil, Ohio. ���������"I talc/*great j vepudhito Tho Imrrvnln.  saving himself by so doing did not  In the least mend matters: The best  part of an hour had passed .before  Cooley returned with a cheerful" face  and an expression that it was'.. all  right.  I  thought I could  manage, he exclaimed.       I   felt   sure   there   would  be little difficulty, if we    only    convinced Absalom & Co. that there was  a  good  thing  for them  here.      But.  mind  you,   I  had  to  givo .them  my  word.      They wouldn't    accept    anything In  the least vague.      Nothing,  is to be done for a fortnight;  in fact  not   till   after  the   next* meeting   at  Mirst  Park, and  nt  the  end of that  time the    Blenheim    colt  Is    to    bo  scratched.      You have only to  koep  him short of exercise and the public  will conclude that something Is amtss  with the colt.     1 had to promise this  before I could move these people at  all.      Of  course.   If  you   don't' want,  to go as far as ilm* I enn ring them  up again.      It would bo u pity to do  so. however, scping that, by, this time  Absalom's have* taken stops to withdraw their action and In a fow minutes the man nt Haredale Park will  roei-lve a tologranu calling him back  to London nt once.      Vou had hotter  think   the   mntter   over������       Don't   nay  that I  persuaded you.      And. If you  wish to break  negotiations,  It is not  too late to do so.  Copley's volcn wno gentle enough j  but. thero wiib nothing In tho least per-  HUUHivc about him. Ho meant, to  leave the mutter entirely in Sir  George's hands. But, as ho had con-  lidenUy ox pouted, Sir tScorgo did not  On   tlio r>niv  Another Curious Case  As another curious way of a fine  building being provided.for strangely,  we may take the case of the Phill-  potts porch of Truro Cathedral. The  late Canon Phillpotts bought a picture  of "Lady Hamilton" from a friend for;  $150. It turned out 'later to be a  Romney, aud Wao eventually sold for  $16,000. Of this sum the delighted  Canon agreed to give half as a thank-  offering, in ord^r to build the splendid porch of the new cathedral at  Truro, which would otherwise have  found Itself badly spoiled for want of  money to finish this part of the structure as It ought to havo been donev  Then, too, have we not before us  the interesting instance of Queen  "Alexandra's gift of the annual profit  from the sermon preached at the  death of her dearly, beloved eldest  son���������which sermon she caused to be  published and sold at two cents a  copy���������to th*-* erection of a chapel for  tho Gordon Boy's Home at Woking?  No less than close on $10,000 has now  boon devoted, by the Queen to this  purpose, and to-day the beautiful chapel there stands ao a monumont of  what a glorious building can arise  from a curlouu origin.  -..'.' SViodeffi Railroading .  Martin Clardy, of St. Louis, general  solicitor for the Missouri Pacific and  Iron Mountain railways, is one 'lawyer who sometimes objects to being  interviewed. And when reportv-rs  are too insistent,: Mr. Clardy has a  stock story which he tells to shut, off  the  interview.      Says Mr. Clardy  An irate shipper once entered ihe  general offices of a railway company.  Where's the general superinteud-  ent? he demanded. ��������� ?  Out. on the road, was the rep*4y of  the clerk.  Where's his assistant? This va*y  angrily.  ���������Gone  to  the   ball   game!   snapped  the clerk.  Th^n where's the vice-president, an*]  generr.: traffic manager? exploded the  shipper.  Gone north for the summer, was the  sJll indifferent reply.  Well, then the angry caller fairly  howled, who in thunder is running  this railroad, anyway?  Oh. if that's what you want to know.  replied the clerk, as he reached for  another typewritten report, it's the  newspapers.���������Kansas City Journal.  Nature^ "Way Is The Best*.  Buried deep in our American forest we ficd blpodroot, queen's root, Ksa*-  srsks s=d stcsc font, golden scsl. Omits, erape rsoi s=d shzrr,'ts^..- Of itese Dr.  R. V. Pieroe made ��������� ppre -Jlycerio -extract which h������s bseo Vvorwbly known far  over forty years. ' He called it *' Golden Medical Discovery." '  This ''Discovery" purifies tbVbload smd tones up tbe stonasefa"and Zhs eating  system is Nsttire' o^a wsy.    It's just tbe t!esuc> builder and tonic vou reauipe  when recoveries from a hard cold, grip, or pneumonia.   No matter bow stronsj tha--  constitution the stomach is apt to be " cut c! kilter'.' at Uses;  in ccosequsae������-'  the blooi is disordered, for the stomach is the laboratory for;the constant manufacture of blood.   Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens tbe Btosnech���������*  puts it in shape to make pure, rich blood���������helps the !iver������amf-  kidneys io expel (he poisons Irons ine body,     ine -weak, nervous, ���������aa-do .71*, dcb.l.AAAtcd conditJoa which so ssssy pscpis-  experience at this time of the year is usually the effect of  possess in the bleed: it is oftea isdicste-i bv pimples or boils-  appearing on tbe skin, thefac-- becomes thia���������you feci " blue."  "More than a week ago I was suffering with an awfuF*-  cold  in my head, thr at, breast, and" body," writes, Mr.-  aTaikks G. Sent, of 710 L. Street, S.,B.. Washington, D..C.  "Some called it LaGripp .some pneumonia.   I wasadvised-  .s���������^j.   by a friend to try a bottle of your * Golden Medical -Dfscov-"  1^55^^ ery.:   1 tried a bottle and it did' me so much- good that I feel  V/'"'^ safe in saying It is the greatest qnd best medicine that I  ever took.    My health is much better  than it was before-  using your mediciai*.    It does all you claim for it und is  J. G. Kent. Esc       satisfactory.'*  MADE NEW  OF DRINK VICTIM  ct f ���������je_ a.,   mm. *nr-.    *t���������������"!^^������.    f������l  ~ jLuxv to me nas x alien un  New Brightness  ������  OUTDOOR LIFE  ���������wl������������^������ira in thankir.g yoii/oi wimi, your j trary. ho thanked Copley tor what, he  *^Vc(������t:'tabJeCom|>ound! hud don*;, and when thoy lul'l. Un* library a fow nilnutc-H laier tho conspiracy wj,h rmiik'it. 4Y.N tlioy iiUidu ior  ih'' .'itnbl/'-yurd Copley pnuHftd as If  Houaithing had oiuldiMUy oucurru,! to  hint.  (To bo Continued)  j  tesl has done for me.    I  ilffsaW"'''isWltt   I''"'   *"'������rii)K   down  " "  pains, wah dizzy and  Weak, had pains in  lower back and could  not be upon my fe-'t  Ionjj enough to *ar*'ta i . , .  m.Mil. AHlonrr asl *���������** ,u'  laid on my buck 1  would fefll b*'tter,  but when I would  I .,-���������-l RctUp tnoin* iM'iirinic  Suppose tliat tho energy of a ton  of radium could be utilized ln thirty  yoai'B, Instead of being evolved at Its  invariable slow rate ..of 1,700 years  for half-dislnt.egrat.lon, it. would Rut-  (lco to propel a Bhlp of 15,000 toiiH.  wltli ouglnos ot 1B.00O ��������� horae-powor  at the rote of 1T> knots an hour for  ililvly yonrs���������prnctlcally the lifetime  of tho ship. To do this actually re-  (iiiiros l.r.00.000 tons of coal.���������Sir Wll-  iliim ItaniBii.v. in London addrcus,  The Pittsburg View/  T don't kry.w whnt. thono miffv(i<;etteH  want,  Thoy want tho ballot,  1 Htiy woman has no business monkeying with polities. Vvoiii.iii'.'i '>l;.ce  Ih the bridge club.���������Pittsburg Post.  A woman novor puts off till to-nicr-  i'o,v what she can sav today.���������Llfo.  r������ilnurd'a  ,������-���������,  *-"i   no other.  Gettlno    Even  The   noetor    riurlil   Whence   those  ���������i,i. of .igoiiy?  Ilm   Lawyer -i'iiey  come  irom  um  down pains would come back, nnd thu i oltlci- of the drntlal.      Lust week i.he  ii'!  now  th<' d''������HliU   la taking  It  out  Hii tire.  doctor said I had/"-nmlfl troubl*". Lydia Hiiropodlm operated on the iieiuint,  K. Pinkham'% Vegetable Compound wan agreeing to lake bin b'JIoiU In JJ',���������<|i,;  the only mediciii" that hidpul in<-am) I   ' '   ' ''  '"  %,mirm V.4������4in *rrm*f\ntr  ������ifrcilir'A'r I'Vff   Hinfil  1 i"otvini������ni'ed to tskn It I hi>p** it will  tifrlp oth*"-r mifferlnff women bm tt. hu:i nif.  You can us������ thlri letter."-Mrs. Campiic  IjxjvOa NewMoor#di*dd, Clark Co.,Ohio.  He Had Another Guess  Ymi are scon with Miss Whiff lot rer.  a K"oil dc-al.  Yen, It's Just a Uttlo hiinnlnHs flirtation.  h: It? She has asked me to lie  one or tno I'niU'Miuauiw.���������Jmih*  ton  Herald  VV. N. U. 003  .ViiKtiHl "ti*- -1'*'������      nut     foild     of     the  -tage,  Vlolol. |>ul   1  hear your falher  Ion tlu* Htntt'H, uml 1 llitulc I had better  I ko hnforo tho    foot    lights.���������London  Sketch.  Modern Childhood  Uncle wnn trying    to tell    a    fairy  Htory and  wan    being    corrected    at  i'\i'iy   iiiiiin.  1������.'l>., I     ,,i.,l-,.,i     v,.t<     ,iin>    tJllrtlinil     llx.  .-iiilloi' wiih a Kill? he finally demand  ed.  Sho wore a hoy's milt, but alio waa  a Kill, alt right, declared the nephew.  jl/vo soon her hi muBlcal comedy.  Will  Not, Offwet the lll-Efrccti* or Coffee and Tea When One Cannot  Digest Them  A  farmer says:  'For ton years or more I" suffered  from dyspepsia imi. stomach trouble,  caused by the use of coffee, (Tea contains caffeine the same drug found  In coffee) until I got so bnd 1 had to  give up coffee entirely a yd almost  givo up outing. There woro times  when I could eat only boiled tnlllc  and bread; and when I went to tho  Hold to work I hnd to take bouio broad  and butler along to givo mo some  strength.  "I doctored steady and took almost  everything 1 could got ou my stomach  In the way of medicine but. If 1 got  any hotter It only lasted a little while  I was almost u walking skeloton.  One day I road an ad for Postum  nnd (old my wife- I would try It, ar.u  an to tho following fuels 1 wiii make  affidavit boforo any judge:  "I unit coffee entirely and tinril  I'osiuni in Itw place. I Jmvu i-jmWii-  ed my health entirely and cxn ait  a ay thing that Is cooked to i>,U. 1  have increased* In weight. iuuU now  1 w-olglOrnoro than I over did 1 "uavo  imi t-iiIcon any i.i-dteino for my hIoih-  iicli nlnco ! began ualug 1'oat.uni.  "My family would stick to coffeo nl  Mint, hut they saw the efleetH II had  ou mo aud when Miey were fueling',  Imd they peerm to use Postum one',  in. ii time, uniii now we ail use ront-  um." Name given hy Caiuidlan IW-  um Co,, Windsor, Out.  Ten days' trial of Postum In place.  if tea or coffee proves the truth, an  ��������� ���������aay aud pleasant way. *   , *   ,  iiciiK *''i* i������'������������������������������������������' ���������������������iii. i lie uuiiu Ui  M'.,n..lll.. **    In    ntri'.������       "ri,....n'n    ���������>    ......  noli."  Ever mid the above letter? A  new one appears from time to time.  They ore menulnc, true, and full of  human IhUraaL  Happy Tribute   of Appreciation  Frcm One Who Took Treatment at the Neal  Institute  "You certainly have made a new  man bf him. I never saw a more  wonderful change In an adult. Ho  is no more like tho man we brought  to yon than a pumpkin Is like a  watermelon. 1 shall always take the  greatest pleasure in sending to your  Institute every drinking man I can  Influence-"  It Is letters 3lke this which' are the  sunbeams of appreciation that, brighten almost every mall received at the  Neal Institute.  The Neal Three-Day Treatment for'  the drink habit is a perfectly harmless  vegetable  remedy    taken    internally  w?.th positively no hypodermic Inject--  Ions or bad after-effects.   Those whoY  have investigated the results of the-,  treatment are most enthusiastic in en**-,  dorsing the work which has .restored-  happlness to so many homes, saved  business men from ruin, and enabled  excessive  drinkers  to  Btop  drlnkirig:  for keeps.     The Neal Treatment, requires  but three day's  stay  at the  institute and at the end of this brief1  period  one can return  to home and*  family fully restored, with all the old'!  appetite for drink gone, nerves,steady  and  In  good  trim,  eyes  bright and-  brain active,,  For further information   and ; free*-  | booklet, call, write or phono.  Neal Institute Co. Ltd.  2244  8mlth  ������treet,  fteglna, Saok.  405  Broadway,  Wtlnnlpeg, Man.  820 13th Ave. West,  Calgary, Alta.  jjijBii|jiiis*������**������i**i>ifMiy;  !".'. I I"ii    iiiiiiii���������iiiii|ii,>| iiiii.iiiu.il���������������i-,|i||''iM iwfin|llIIIJ\Hf'jM'  WHAT AN INVESjaVIENT  Of Oine Cent Will Bring You  i have up my sloovo a bit of mighty useful information that, 1  want to send to every live man and woman reader of this paper  who nro not joshing whon thoy say thoy are looking for hupplntu*H,  Youy Sluii'li', request uii a publn.1 .card in all Uio iiiv������.-bi.i������iL.-iH you  need tniilcu at tills time. It Ib truo wo havo something to cell, but  you know yourself you really don't, havo to buy unless you want  to. ���������  if you tire iuterostoii in making more money.  If you want tho Independent; o you seo oUifra enjoying.  If you-*- N  Hut why mako un mention a,fow of tho' thlnBfl wo can supply you  with when your request will bring tho whole proposition right to  your ho tno? It doesn't make any dlfforoneo "whether you nro a bus!*  noun nwtii. teacher, cleric, bookUiVui', editor/woman, man or slrl,  my proposition Is ono that 1������ worth the attention of tho whole  family. ���������_._.. J.  SEND   THIS   TODAY  You have aroused my curlon-  Ity by that  ad.  In  Dow get busy and mend me your  nroposjltloii.    I   wnnt   to   know.  I ..  a������-.iid   thlj;  I  m ,m\m MIDvIl  , VU    MUM     4 WA4     I..A.4-.I  AIIU,      A-IUjJ.,,  Addresjt  WINNIPEG,  | ���������������JII|l'l>1Sl-|lSSllls������������|-kSI  ���������iit^riAWsjiiWiliW  Immmmmw  iill in 'mili mliilm in������iJiW������������immm*m*mmmimmiiimmmmlmimlmiimmii  lMtmf\ ������s*-n m:*m+^MKi'&f)Fm  *���������<���������"���������  '   fi  immMW^^  mSm������1i&������2^^  mmmwmmmmm  iU  " jwsshw  HIS M A f ��������� 4,     **{  'r*  \,  ;;,,,':,",',���������; ".������������������:,, , .���������'T^Tr---"ffiS-ir-Ti-f^^ n', i-g**1 "j. j_ ��������� ��������� ��������� wi ���������"i!"j*'''JUi'*!i**l*!i" ������gmy"*.>'^,mm,~sirZr^,\^^:,^^:,.,Z.  t,Af,.?y    ~- -T" ���������>-"'  ���������*��������� i<-jji"-i;! r.'O", > ..j*w��������� -   '.������������������'< c _���������' .*. 7!'.%,i > ' *��������� ������������������* 'ti-'-c:'"/-:r? -    " ".--"-V" / "V/^.'/.C"-' s. ti -   >��������� t   "     '"J."*1 V.'-* *    -" '���������i*'--" **' "  "���������    ������ -,,-      ,">*-.          ,'  t   -'   i       -At '    '    r   P,        f>  ���������i   i������     . .���������> ) v >        -     . v?/ g"       ������������������     ..              ..-..   ...   a. _l "..    '.j. \ ���������"..,.. i         v. ^i   .,    't,    "iwO ..--���������'.ii.'L- .  ������*-                  '           ������        -      -? *        "    -        ���������?,-                  "   - ' - i    -                             -                * -  /'         ,  ,    >          ������    "    .    ���������>.      , , ,-  ," ������>     ,<  THE   CRESTON ,/StEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. 0.  4 H* F^M&gqetQ^^&O  .,... Magneto, -> ���������. $350  7*i  Cai  Prices F.O.S. Winnipeg  Terms  See   your   local, dealer  and   he  will sell you on terms no doubt.  Write for catalogue anyway.  CONSOLIDATED   BICYCLE   AND  MOTOR CO..'LTD.  189 Notre Dame, East.-    Winnipeg  '���������are you as careful about ths salt you tsse, ss  you are about the flour or lialiuig powder?  Poor salt will ruin a balling, just as surely  ���������as poor flour.   Ia the kitchen aad on tbe  Sable, use tihe Hue, pure        * 58  HJFfNE  If TASiS SALT-  IT"  TRAQE -MARK REG.  Sli���������iatlA������iiy Piauelf  ������smT ������������������������  ���������'a high-grade paper, odorless,  tasteless, free from tar,  r*.*atcjrprccf, exceptionally strong  ���������will not tear. A durable  and effective interlining for  walls, floors and ceilings.  Examine- DURO carefully at  youi* dealer's, or write for sample  arid Booklet to the as  Sola Canadian M4.t.nfAk^-rni.*������a  **rCT*C czifi m.rxvrx������mn ���������* ������ ������n.-nc ^-a-a  .mmmmu   S /xrAJAmmgnxKXJim JA 4-&JAA-4 Ai    ������.������j,4.  ��������� oiCanaila, Limited,  MSiiire&i, wiiwipeij, Caigary, ^ncoover.  IVIaiiy pf the Animals  in  Prince  Edward Island,  In some countries the fox is hunted  and killed for sport, but if you hilled  a fox in the Canadian Province of  Prince Edward Island you might wipe  out three or four thousand dollars of  the assets of some citizen. For  they breed foxes in Princei Edward Island. It is estimated that there are  about BOO foxes on the various ranches In that province at the present time  and Charles Dalton,-a member of the  Legislature, said recently that last  year 1250,000 had changed hands in  the fox business.  Tire success which has attended  some breeders of foxes has caused  very many others to go into the ranching business, and there are before the  Provincial Legislature, now In session  eight or nine bills incorporating fox  lunching companies. While the oar-  ticular fox i& sought to produce what  is called the,black fox, it is really the  animal known on the London fur  market as the silver gray. It was  the pelt of a fox from Prince Edward  Island that brought the world's record  price, $2,900, in the London market  ten years ago.  The explanation of the high price  paid for the skin of the so-called black  fox  is that -the  quantity  oflered  on  A1-.A     T   v.m~3������.������.      ������~.��������� ~l.-~A      A.��������� ���������      AT���������II-���������      *���������      ������*r.  we   uunui,;t   iixai ixei.   ima   j.u.ut'ij   ill   ou  years from 2.000 to about -300. -Two  years ago the number offered in London was 900 skins, and 80 per cent  of them brought ?500 each.  So" important has the industry become in Prince Edward Island that  the Government is regarding it with  an eye to revenue, and is is suggested  that a tax of $10 on each fox be levied, producing something like $5,000  on <the present estimated fox population of the island ranchers.  Not every man who gets a pair of  foxes, whether of the silver gray or  common red variety, is on the high  road to fortune One of then* may  dia, cr their progeny rnav dife. or they  may be stolen.     Mr. Dalton says that  1,1.1   AAA      _**^_Ah        ^J,     4!^,^   ^^������ ....^. _A.~.1 .   ���������?-������������������i,v������v v. ui tn -jj. s.o5.������������ wer& stolen  in his district last year. As much as  $7,000. and, it is safd even more, has  been paid for a desirable pair of  breeding foxes.  An illustration of the uncertainty  of the industry when conducted by  beginners is found in the story of one  man wno one day found in the fox  enclosure a litter of seven pups, 'ont  the next time he saw them they were  dead- Another lost a litter through  unwise  feeding.  Tox ranching has spread from  Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A company  incorporated in New Brunswick has  dist ministers, two physicians, an  edit-T, a school inspector, two merchants, two manufacturers and several farmers-  WUULUMLL  When She Attempted to Work, so Exhausted Was the Nervous System  The Feeble, Wasted Nerves Were Restored and    Revitalized by  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Nervous Prostfattnri is a terrible  disease to all who understand , its  symptoms. At times the sufferer  slight exertion the dreadful helpless-  less returns and all streugth and vitality seems to leave the system.  This letter from Mrs. Martin very  well describes the terrible condition  in which many a sufferc*)* finds herself. She also tells how she regained health and strength by using Dr.  Chase's Nerve Pood after all other  treatments had failed.  Mrs. Edwin Martin, Ayer's Cliff,  Que., writes:���������"Before I began using  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food I was in a  tei-rible condition from nervous exhaustion and prostration. Dizzy  kpells would come over jae and I  would fall io the floor. The weakness was so great that I could not so  much as sweep the .floor without fainting, but the nerve food helped me  after the doctors failed. It has done  wonders in building up my nervous  system- I can do my own housework now anc washing, and feel tnat  this great medicine has been a Godsend to me      I think it is the best of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Pood, 50c a box,  6 for 52.50, at all dealers or Edman-  son, Bates & Co., Limited, -Toronto.  at  ^!iQ!Ci-n-f| WRITE FOR  f yUgrinH proof  CURB'S  ratasstHa-paranohg 9vniiso Cs., Sr&gebur*-'* Sat,  DR. ELLIOTT. SPECIALIST. PRI*  vate diseases and drink habit  Write 81 .Queen East.  Toronto.  The Only VVsy  An elder, while baptizing converts  a revival  meeting, advanced with  a wiry, sharp-eyed old chao into the  ���������*ir**--���������*-������*".���������*���������-��������� T��������� **.    ** rtlr*"������.**I    tlnn    *������*sOi-������*ni    n���������*������o<>*-������*-*������  whether there was any ..reason why  the ordinance of baptism should not  be administered. After a pause  tall, powerful-looking man who was  Icoiiing quietly en r&marked, "Elder,  I don't want to interfere in your business, but I want- to say that this is  an old fesinner you have got hold of,  and that one dip won't do him any  good; you'll have to anchor him out  in deep water over night."~Life.  TOBACCO   AND  CIGARETTES  ARE  GIVEN     AWAY  wT.gr. Yuuf Eyes Wm\\ Card  "Ti**** Murine Bye Remedy. No Smartlnur���������Feels  yine���������Acts Quickly. Try n, -Vr Ke������l, Wean,  Watery ��������� Ky������m and GrunnInted fiy������llcj������. Illu������  -trated  Book lu edeh  Pack������������.fre.     Murine ���������*���������*'.  .fompouDdoa t>y our Oonllnw-pot a "Patent MeO*  lolne"���������but tt*ea In auccoafl-ol physicians* Prao*  4'ce for many yeara,, Now dedhsated to tho PutH  lie and sold by Druggist* at ado and Me per Bottle,  Tdurlno Bye Salvo lo Aseptlo '.Tube*. 25e ana Me,  Murine Eye Ronmotfy Co^ tBhioaso  .4������1*<MW,*M������S,������������Msm������������I������JSjss������^smsjMs������M  Maud Muller on a summer's morn  Heard the toot of an auto horn.  ���������"Gee!" said Maud, "ain't he going fast  And then she thought of the sighs and  ...tears   .   ? *  ^The judge had- caused, her all these  .'.  years. '��������� -        ?.-.-���������.  :So she set.    her    teeth    and    never  flinched,  But.  took bis number and had him  pinched."  ���������Worcester Academy Begonia.  --"*--������������������- -    11     - 1   -' 1" 1   --   - IS  ���������Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  I    '  si  h l������.ill-lll������iW������.������***������J- IIS.I ���������I        *  Two eggs of the threat auk wore  Bold recently in Loudon, one at 150  guinea."!, as against an auction price  of 180 gulnr.ns some'years ago, and  ��������� the other for 140 guineas., Thero are  how in exlMi'ohut* eighty skins and  Boyrm.ty three ��������� eggs of this'extinct sea  ��������� "bird. . ������������������.'���������':������������������' ���������������������������������������������������������������"  ������������������  Tho fact: that corporal'- punishment  is discouraged in the'1 public .'schools  or Chicago Is what-lea' Bobby's tench-  ,������r to uddroHs this nolo to tho boy's  mother. ,  ?   ��������� >   .,',..  .'Dear Madam,���������-I rcgvo.t very much  to havo to tell you tlm/;'-������onnsen Roh-  1 -art Idled away his time is aMohodlont/,'  qiSarrolscmo and dlstilrliB'^ho pupils  who nro trying to study tViolr Iohhohh.  ll'* mmln w good whlppl-oft,* and I  ntrohgly:.recommend Ihpl^y/ui pflvp  him one.     Yours truly, MBsV'Blank.  To this Bobby's mothwi'-rcflponded  an follows. Bear MlB^pfymk,���������LJok  him yourui-lf, I alu'l. lutuv* at. him.  Youra truly, Mrs. Daslw'PSjhVYouth's  Companion, ti1.'***,,,,_  Roosevelt the Phrase Maker  The strenuous life, the square deal,  the larger good, mollycoddles and  weaklings, the predatoi-y rich, undesirable citizens, civic righteousness,  -deliberate and infamous - mendacity,  and beaten to a frazzle are only a  few of Roosevelt's many ^contributions to the expansion, if hot to the  enrichment of our mother tongue.  Nine tenths of these have sprung  spontaneously to his lips in the' course  of a speech or a dictation, the rest  hsva been, thought out with more or  less care where he has wished to express a particular shade of meaning.  The universality of their use has hot  obliterated from the minds of the public their association with their" inventor, and his faculty for putting  Into terse terms so many ideas which  lay inarticulate'in the thought of other  :mSn,,:;has added vastlyYto his power  of touching their' sympathies.���������Francis  E. Leupp, In the June Atlantic.  "���������"������������������' ''Theatre for Cleanrmlrided  A minister, head of the Investigating Committee of the Toronto Vigilance Association, attended a theatrical performance and included- in Ills  report verbatim statements of some  things said on the stage. When he  gave out his report, he was arrested  on a charge of circulating Improper  literature. And yet it.goes���������on.'the  stage. No wonder the theatres are  losing patronage. Most people are  clean in mind and do not wish to be  befouled. It.would pay some theatre in every big town to maintain such  a standard that It could proclaim itself  as the theatre. for the clean-minded,  and of com se, Justify the claim.-���������St.,  Paul DcRpatcli.  Senator Rayner was condemning the  argument-of a political opponent.  This man. he said,, misunderstood  mcj,. lie misunderstood mo'as .���������completely aa,;UiH little, buy' misunderstood tho eiir trumpet.  One Sunday morning in church, as  tho hymn was beginning, ho saw a  man take a*.i oar' trumpet from his  bosom and clap It. to his oar.  Oh, nm, look, ho' whispered excitedly to his mother. That thoro gentleman must bo going to play by oar I������������������  Lob Angeles Tlmon,  Extermination of Rats and Mice  If .it were generally Known that  thei"e is no trouble to rid a house,  barn or any building of rats and mice  by the use of Gillett'5 Lye,.*, it is  doubtful if the article could Jie made  as fast, as it would be used",������or this  purpose alone. The process-sc6nnect-  ed with using it is very simple, the  plan being to sprinkle a 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 ������se a thin piece of board about a  foot square, or even smalltr, and  ���������make *> romplete 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 en-  devorlng to get at the bait tne feet  of the rats and mice will be burned  and the whole colony, whether large  or small, will immediately disappear  from the premises.    ' :���������?���������-; /:  The plan is"- worth ''trying,'',-'but?.the  good kind���������Gillett's Lye���������should ,be  procured. Refuse the many cheap  imitations  amK substitutes.  At the "Made-in-Cartada" Tram  The exhibits on the "Made-jn-Cuii-  ada train, which is������'acw toui".������g \V'.*fI-  ern Canaaa, are r-r'iing cli-> eys of  thousands of v'-otors. Many i^f ns  are too prone to be-little our own goods  and to consider that the word "imported" covers a multitude of virtues.  Those who go to  see the "Made-in-  n^. -.-.  A. It -.nn^~ _>  ~-S-   _        ..T.T.-     . * f*  .-���������-���������--���������AA.-.- e;.ov,A*.������     ...AA     A.AAC* ArAttU^-lll-^ctll-  ada" train discover the fact that the  "Made-in-Canada" is a mark of honor.  An exhibit, which is doubly interesting to the men is that of the Imperial Tobacco uompany of Canada  Limited, the largest manufacturers of  smoking and chewing tobaccos, aad  cisareTte1? in thp> Dominion.  True to their reputation as liberal  advertisers, the imperial Tobacco  Company of Canada Limited are presenting visitors -to the "Made-in-Can-  ���������*d*fi" train with 2-"tiT*activc scuv^*^^���������^  and samples of brands that Western  men like���������namely "Black Watch"  Chewing Tobacco, "Shamrock" Quality Plug Smoking Tobacco, "Old  Chum" Pipe Tobacco, "Meerschaum"  Cut Plug Smoking Tobacco, "Player's  Navy Cut" Cigarettes, "Sweet Capor-  al" Cigarettes and "Columbia" Little  Cigars.  B&Uw. JORONlfO .������NJ'.-am'a'-J  i hs president of Switzerland j  The President of Switzerland is  so hedged' about by the Constitution i  that, except for official purposes and  to facilitate the * exchange of courtesies and of amicable understandings'  with foreign nations, lie has no more  standing than the other six members  of the council, of which he forms a  part. He is elected for one year, has  no official residence, and his chief  business is to sign the documents of  the Bundesrat or Council of Seven.  His salary is, in our money, equal to  about ?3,600 a year, and there is no  provision for private expenses, such  as traveling or entertaining. Ke is  expected 'to live in the caDital of the  country during the year he holds office. His associate members in the  Buudesrat get ?3,OO0 a year, and they  are elected for three years, their votes  having the same force as that of the  President.  As a rule the President- of Switzerland is before election a member of  this council, and is elected to the  higher office without opposition; but  in 1883 he had a rival, and though  he won in the election he was unable  to support what in his country is  looked upon as an affront, and committed suicide before his inauguration.*  In this connection It might be well  to note. too. that Switzerland is the  one country on the globe where it  costs nothing to die. as in certain  cantons rich and poor aro buried at  the expense of the State.���������Harper's  Weekly.  ���������Ill  MOST pFRSTCT fU!AnF"_ IH  - ��������� - llll-'.  ffliv.l  WHOLESOME BREAD. J|?  f REFUSE SUBSTITUTES'" flM  lilfr  The city nephew was showing his  country uncle the town from a seat  la the open-air street car.  You don't often get a chance to  rideNon a street car uncle, said the  nephew.  No, said uncle. I don't believe I've  rid on a street car since we got our  u.vw  autoixusuiie.���������Ai goiiaux. t  Nobody ever recovered a "lost  nerve" by retracing the path on  which he lost it.  Parson���������So your iiusbaiid is sick.  Maybe he has been throwing himseit  too heavily into his work. Mrs. Casey  ���������Not on your loife! He's been throwing hfs wu-ark too hivily into him.  That's what's the throuble wid him.  He's a bartinder.���������Judge.  Commander Sponson-��������� Christen  him as you will, my ueai, but remember he.'s only a boby aud not a dashed battleship, and I won't have the  parson breaking champaign, bottles  over his little bead.���������Life.  Forgotten so Soon  '  Small Boy���������Please, I Want the.dpo>1  tor to come and see mother.  Servant���������Doctor's out. , Where da8|  you come from? ' - 'Y^tBS  Small Boy���������What! Don't you kno.wJH  me? Why, we deal with you. W������H|  Ijad a baby from here only last weekSftff  At birth the pulse of a normal "lpjHfi  dividual beats 133 tin^s per' miniit^ffl  at the age of thirty, .70 times.    '  '?"-������  i simsiisksi ������������������    ��������� amm������������������������������������^������������������> r "*" SB  People think I married you for yo,ur������I  money What makes ithem- thinkflg  that? Your lootcs. I suppose.���������Hous-I  ton Post. "   ' ���������  There is a crisis coming in Chin$|4  I told my wife so as soon as I isaw the!  new cook handle the dishes.���������Baltl-|  more American. ��������� ,   titi"\  Postcards, chiefly illustrated ones;*  to the number of 109.500.000. were seaS  through the Swiss post cmee lasti?  year- , ,    , ,  Wh*it are your polities?    I'x  Re  publican.   Which   section?   ���������Detroit  u-i  With an annual rateable'value of]  over six millions sterling, Westminja-J  ter is gi eater jij, this respect than, ths.?!  city of London. ��������� ��������� ti\\  "Let us nip this monster in the bud  before it overwhelm:-?Piis as an oncoming tidal wave!" shouted the young  politician.  *'Perhaps" said ah experienced  campaigner in the back of the hall,  "it wod^d be better to smoke it out  of Its lair, before it becomes a festering canker."���������-Judges Library.  External ly or internally,. {{* !s Good-  ���������-Whan applied externally' by brisk  rubbing, Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil opens the pores and penetrates the tissue as few liniments do, touching the  Beat of the trouble and Immediately  affording relief. 'Administered internally, it will still the irritation in** the  throat which Induces coughing and  will cur6 affections of the bronchial  tubes' nnd respiratory organs. , Try  it and bo convinced.  A Neat Coin Trick  Take two pins, one In each hand,  and pick up a coin with them by  pressing one to each side of the edge.  When you have got it firmly held,  blow oh the coin, and it will revolve  rapidly- A coin with a rough e"dge  ���������a 50 cent piece, quarter or dime���������is  the best to use. A dime, because the  figures on it are smaller than on the  other pieces, can lie made to spin so  Flo* flint "f lsxr.lVf #������#������������������ .*������* 14- ..,n������.s^ nv.*U .*������.  ..������*,������>,,     ....l*,,     I.     .Wlirf     A������>3     J.M.     ������(,       ������������ x?, C      0LAAACA-  ical instead of flat. The trick is  very easy to do. although it may  loolt hard. All that is ~ needed is  steady hands.  Worms cause fretfulness and rob  the infant of sleep, the great nour-  isher. Mother Graves' Worm Ex:er-  mihavor will clear the stoma*'h aiid  intestines and  restore? healthfulnoss  Husband of Militant Suffragette (to  his secretary,-���������:Take this note around  to my \vife,:please. Y   ?  Secretary--Certalhly,?;   sir. At  which er���������jail is she shopping?���������--Harper's Bazaar.' .,   ?v, ���������:'- " ,.  ;���������-. ;:"YY?Y.  The Officer Took no Chances  The Prisoner���������There goes my hat.'  Shall I 'run after it?  Policeman Casey���������Phdt? Run away  and  never come back again?      You  stand   hero   and   I'll   run   after  your  hat.���������Everybody's.  -^.:.'j..;..'!.^''*^*li^fa  :--I>.0.rcj&Jy  tii  PILtS  , Boy, toko those flowers to Miss Bert*  lo Dohoo, room 12.  My, sir, you're tho fourth gentloman  wot's sent "nor llowors to-day. ,.  What's that? What tho douce! Who  HOnt. tlio others?  Oh, thoy didn't snnd any nnmos.  Thoy all said, "She'll know whoro  they oumo from."  Well, hoi.', I'llu; my card ami Loll  hor thftso aro from tho namo one who  sent tho other throo boxes.  Like Old Time.  fllngloton���������What's tho mutter, old  mini? Von lordr nn If you'd bono mnlr-  Jnj*; a night of it with tho boys.  Nowpop���������You'vo struck It I The  twins Icopt. inn up till I) o'clock this  morning.���������Boston Transcript;  Clerk���������Can you lot mo off to-morrow  afternoon? My wife wants mo to fc,o  shopping.  Employer���������Certainly not.  Clerk-���������Thank you vory much, elr.  I want yoii to build me a fashionable  home. ���������  Have you any special Ideas as to the  stylo of 'house you want? aske'd tho  architect. ,,.,.;  Not oxactly. I want onc*bf those,  modern places. Yoii know tho kind  I moan~-ono with a living room too big  to keep warm, and a kltchdn too small  to cook In.  Tho British Government's plans for  development of. aviation contcniplnto  tho ostnbliuhmont of a central flying  school on Salisbury Plain, at which  170 pupils will be Instructed annually, of whom llftoen avo to bo civilians.  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.'. is   tho   only  Liniment asked for at my store and  tho only one we keep for sale.  All the people use tt.  HARLIN  PULTON  Pleasant Bay, C.B.  Doctor���������What makes you think tho  boy isn't  normal?  Mother���������Everything. He was 16  ycn.ru old hint June, and yet ho doos'nt  think ho knows more than his father.  ���������-"-Philadelphia Record.  Ouir New Perfection Broiler llll  Is pleasing many women. It enables the housewife to Drbil:  as well on the New Perfection Stove as over a coal lire*  ss.   usx  -ifI  ������t-   L *  It cooks evenly.  It broils both sides at once.  It doesn't smoke.        *    ;  "'"" ''^ti)fti''):  Ik^^^T  Asd chc&vz*  viiuffg jjvu t-ia ismiusi  lion  *������'������<  Sv...������,tS..������j.m...BT:S.'A->*/t.-tJ  Oil CQQkrStOVC  the' year  U is-Mich a ceavesJsBcs, aB  .._.  .  round.    It will bake, broil, roast^ead-'l*aft(*  just as we^:.M-'������;r^lw;e^''i������nf������^;i  Ask to ten ilm Now P������rf������ci������Pii^ -Slow ak 'youi*?  cealert.   It is bUKlwiuely Douhcd m nickel; with  cabinet top, drop shelves, towel racks, etc.  It hss  loot, fen������tiMUd. turquoise-bluo chimneys. ;M������Jo  with I, 2 ot, J^bur-im.^ Free Cook-Book infitli  CVZiy ������lu>v������.    **vmm.*Mv*,mLmim, n.veu itt, maywm  seodinB 5 cents to cover msiliim cost.   ���������  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPAQ  \y.m  'O'c..'  The freo lodglng-houHo in llonjo  Ward, 'iwiiio, huu liouscd iiio.OOO por*  sons nlncn'Its-Institution olovon yours  ago. Most of tho lodgorn have boon  mon botween tho agos of twenty and  forty.  fiiidy���������I didn't know your little boy  woro glariacfl, Mrn, Smith.  Mrs. Smith���������Well, yor see, mlsH,  they belonged to Is poro farvor and 1  thought It wiih a pity to wnstn *em.-���������-���������  tiVHLUUUVr.  Expenditure upon tho navies of the  world lust yeur totalled Mo millions  storllnK.  I  /  SB 1,11 SMMSiKWlMStllli *  VV. N. V. 003  A horror is whoro Homothliig droad-  ful happens to a number of pooplo 6t  whom tho nflWHpnpors havo portraits  1'ttiuly.���������ruck.  r.      ... .... . .        ,.. ...  ..������������������v..,., '.V..M       ..A.       A.,A^ ,������.,������,,������'A  n������ii*  rnddnr  of   rh������   n^n'   Himm*  Hor Legacy���������Did your husband  leave you much? Oh, about once a  week, on tho averago,���������Judge.  'Captain " said a wealthy passenger  who was about to take his first trip  across tho ocean. "I understand this  ship has got sovoral water-tight com-  parUucntn?"  "Yr.r*'. :-,lr." '.var* tho rfply.  "Captain," tho pasBongor wont on  decidedly, "I want ono of those compartments���������I don't euro what It costal"  London Tolegraph.  "A       V.I.A)  Afii.ff  aula.  There nro moro than six thousand  kucwu lausvuiiiioi aud dlulucts.  NO MORE CASTOR OIL  Mrs. ISfllo Russoll, Granum, Altn.,  says: "I have used Baby's Own Tablets In plnno of enntnr oil and now  it Ih no iiiKii- oil. j uouki mil. no  without tho Tablets; thoy aro wonderful. Wlicnovc-r baby It, fovurliih  1 givo him tho Tablets nnd tho fover  soon dlsappuars. I always keep thnm  In tho hoiiHo and rocommond them to  . ... <r������ .   ������       ,   ,      /-> .*-     .   .  ....... j    ..      xrf   ,,., A.A.4.A,Afc.  Thev nr<������ ntmv tn tnirr*  ���������4.4.4     .������./������l'lU A..i>      "...A.. A..VJ,      4*1 U     MU.IA  by modlclno dealers or by mall at 25  oonttt a box from The Dr. Williams'  MaUi-clne Co., UrookviUe. Out.  444 J-        4 4 .V...U.'-  /tr.  ������.At   r������l*|n'i  A  "I have a money-saving invention���������  Iiandy granaries to allow field threshing: over your farm. Move them aboijt  each year. You save long haute? at  harvest time? In  spring you scatter  small straw Gtaclrc.  ���������-no burning of  straw."  '���������These granaries come in compact  bundlet-j. A boy can set up and holt  one tocothor in n fnw^ hours.  Four  Sndlocks protect the praln. Separator  elivory into a epout on the side or  into roof manhole -aavea work dur-  tnj*; thr^hir*!**. Vour f������;rrln Ir. protected  from vermin, wet and thlnven. <|SelI  it when you are ready, loadlnfj direct  from the grana-  or bagglni  Sraln, fl  ependont of elevators "for "oclllnc.  Soil at the highest price, no matter  Low long you store your grain.  The Pedlnr (Jmnitry protect you."  "Write nie for my booklet.    It allow* how prodttthle my  nrnwnryjH^eveti on n rlnirlr   <iiin!'t',i'-fcctlo:i inr.*.'..    V:.c  I.   .k-V   .....      * i,���������  ijuui   'ja-i'a,  ui    ������iu   niotiry   tar   V<ni.  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Writ- Ut Booklet No dl OSH AW A. ONT.  BpW*m   axlQAMr  EDMONTON  M IximUr.l lit.    Urown IIKmIV       M* Ird Bt.W.  iviany  Size*  1BO  ?.oo  300  400  500  000  ���������aiiiI  1.000  Imperial  Uiihl.rls.  ���������full Mrnniire  (Juuranleed.  ten you are rcmiy, loaoing airect  i the granary into your wagon,  igglng it. No musty or heated  i,   q Got my granary and be In-  ���������'Wy l������<Hb������i������*el anuert*, sImiw- ���������  Jim door.   Aliw without iloor.  If ilesfriHl,  hhOMa Imw������������������My to  l������a inre^, wNn w^MTq-lV-M*  .���������ntet  tlUina  -������������������^"^-^���������������������������������������������r-^������������������-- ������������������   ��������� ��������� in        ��������� im~~^mmmi^^mi^^^mmm^m*m^i^^mmmmmmmmmmmmrmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmW*mm^  Dlreot your Inquiry to the Pedlar place nearest you.   They Will tr-awer  promptSy and   save you time.  ���������The   PetHsf   Omnary   la   nre-proof.   Th nk what thnt mtiantl"'  si:*'**  KHsWIMtt  mm  MifiililPMiii  tSmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM  ffwi^ i, .ip ii4w������|fcy<ywf., ,,i, ^.H  ,r,,..,������.^������j III 11,11 i,������i,1i������WM������4MMI���������������W������*������lAr'  ���������MS1S���������IWI  tpat*  &  S^sMM  IMMiMIMi  in ��������� ���������- 7- A*.  '.���������'"���������? ��������� ?Y?':::'?��������� "?���������'"'?-..'Y--:,?.-���������-.���������?.?'  . ,.'������������������ :Y'Y.'? ���������'���������'.-,���������'��������� '/'??? ?????'?;S'K;|?|.},', ������������������' < ��������� -Vv.'(.?-*^^f':,-.;N^V;v*Ii|"'^^^;?^v':^\'       ' r^!-!^:'':"-?;^'??^  Published every  Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  ng and Puhlishing Company, Ltd.  W. B. MoOlukb  Editor and Manager  Th������ Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  oosa-Ung in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Oreston district and  reaohing out in a broad manner into other commnnities. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the; Kootenay and Boundary Printers'.Board of Trade.  Ziasd pssshaae sad land -lease *aotiees?$7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issno  and 6 cents per line in succeedisg weeks. Subscription rates Y$3.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions denliug in matters of local interest; and the welfare of the community. Cantributions must be brief and  signed.'. '.'-..''  Creston Hotel  TORONTO YOUTH  GETS HIGH WAYMEDAL  After an exhaustive exhaative examination lasting over two weeks the judges selected to award the prizes in the  Canadian Highway Essay Competition  on "What Good Heads SSean ta Canada" have today submitted the report to  President W Kerr, donor of the gold,  silver silt, and wlver medals-.     ���������  The winner of tha first prize is S.  Oieman, of 282 Major Street, Toronto,  ���������whose paper is exceptionally good for a  "bgy nndsr eighteen.   The second prize  ���������������i22sr is Albert Watsca (17) of New  Westminster.   David Teviotdale (14) 32  Bellamy Street, Edmonton, and Christina Lanoville (under eighteen) of south  Semi-ready Suits  IF THERE Is no Semi-ready store in  your town yoii may _bave a Senu-ieady  suit made to your special order from patterns. ���������������������������- Send tor ' -King's On'n" serce  .suits at. ������2v. wsua style bi>ok an������ se������,-  mcasurine forms. Guaranteed. Sold at  the same price everywhere in Canada.'  Have you seen tbe style book. * Sir!"  One for you at Semi- ready Limited,  Avfonueal.   Y  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  r*������*  ������wnl-rrabg Savoring.  G.Fred Johnston. Ferule. 3. C.  young native of Lyon, France, who  twice daily juggles with death in accomplishing an act, the like of which has  never been evea afctemptad before by  one of her sex. Mounting to the topmost pinacle of a towering web ilka  ���������wooden inclined plane, this dauntless  young lady seats herself apon an ordinary bicycle and before the surging mass  "Vancouver, tied for third place and will ,        ���������������������������������,'  of expectant humanity below can fully  XJST  M  OU 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.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  'ah   c4gain  z     I  ^^  4^.-^1  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers. Tourists  and ComniercialsA  2������  ***���������.  ^P  <a&  v^ur stock of Tacl������;lc is now com oleic  ^and we hdVe one of the Best Assortment of Rods in the Kootenay.' If  there is any special article in the fishing-line which vou want, and not in  stock we will try  and  procure  it  for  1  ^B9f  \JTi11  j ���������  each receive a silver medal.   Kb;  -ot*  I realise just what she intend** to do she  has started upon her frenzied flight-. The  m  v-v  w  J* B, Moran  Prop.  TO A- Bllle-  Parties   ,  Guild, f 14), 529 Sinclair St;., Edmonton,  Jj^onesdMorohisoa (16) Harrisop- Ont..  Velma Welch (16) 842, 7th Ave? West  Eleveuth st., Edmonton, E. Stanley  Scott (16) 1418, 25th St., Edmonton,  Annie Shore, (15) Hooch Vaxj.cou.vwi-.  The interest taken in the competition  exceeded all expectations, no less than  463 essays being received from Canada,  and quite a number from England, in  eluding sine from the Park Street  School, Brighton.  The majority of the essays reached  the oihee of Secretary P. W. Luce on  May 14 and 15, some of the papers coming in by express, others by parcel post.  Several schools sent in fromten to thirty  essays, evidently the best of a number  ���������wrltSsa by the students of that institution.  The judges wero Messrs J. W. Cun-  aingham, B. A., editor ot the British  Colombian, a graduate of Toronto University, and for several years teaoher in  Ontario schools, Mr. Charles A. Sutherland, a newspaper man of many years  experience, and P. W. Luce.  A large number of essays were thrown  ont on the first reading, and they gradually dwindled down until about 70  papers remained. These were carefully  considered by the judges, and the best  eloven picked out. Mr. Cloman's ossay  was easily first among thcao, hat the  difficulty arose in awarding the second  bravest- heart sesms to ceaea beating for  the moment, as machine and its oharm.-  ing rider near the earth, 30 feet, from  which both shoot upward and onward  into space, having left the enrved e*ad j  of tiA������ j.*ail structure s aajtsI) section.  Like a bird on wing they fairly fly thru  the air, high over the broad hacks -of a  heard of elephants, clearing a space of  55 feet and aud landing upon the last  nortion of the wooden path. It is wonderfully hazardous exploit and. as M'Ue  Zlssi safely reaches the ground smiling  HJK SfiLk  i>*cr i a-wc;  Placing obstructions iu the highway  is a serious oifeuco punishable by "a  heavy fiufi and imprisoumcut  tafcng part oi-haviug fcakeu part in such  work nee warned'than they wiii bauros-  secuted tithe full extent of the law.  Citizens having any know lege of placing   Dr. d������ Vsn't? FCATIS!������  iPllfs  A reliable French regulator; never falls.  These  pills are cxceedinglj? powerful in regulating: the  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranoh for  Close to town adjoining the meadows aud suitablo for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  inoottie.      Apply owner 9ft R-Q-siew.  of such ohstructious, are requested to  place the matter before the proper oflic-  ials. Signed.  Geo. M. Gunn,  Provincial Constable.  gsoerativc portion oi the ietnaie system. Refuse  all cheap imitations. Dr. do Van's are sold at  85 a box, or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  Th* Sooboii mjius Go.. St. Caiiiarlnef, Out.  and bowing to the anxious spectators  | who crowd around her, cheer after  cheer i* given. Thisnnparalled deed of  dating is saxsn absolutely freis of charge  on the show grounds dii*ectly after the  parade and again at 6:30 p. m. Even if  you are nnahle to attend the performance do not permit anything to interfere with your seeing M'lle Zizzi span  death's arch.  NOTICE  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay  reston Urug&JBooK Co.  Phone 51  ���������Mr  ^^v^v^0#w#^H N,H^sHH^^���������H^^���������^  i  ?-&*&*iS:&:ggg&:&6'&g.-������-:������--ggg:S..ti  wVt V  see������������  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stable  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All olass of TURNOUTS supplied ai shore notice.   Tne latest styles of  Saddle and pack horses a  -       ' Speeielity.  Peed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both hy wire ���������������������'������ **"������'������  ��������������������������������������� > ������������ 4.������_.-   at any hour of the day or night.   Commerci*! men and landseekers, will  DT>i  .m  -v.-  til)  g   CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire  w  utv receive prompt attention  | Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue  5*-5^S-������^������^^^'������'-������������'������'-a-a'5a������A������^g*������--!;2*;A:  I  i  ro  n  M  i  STTl Hs. M ^^^. ��������� **a!a^2  Sirdar Avenue ������-.! t*.     %%.      l mmmm  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for Wharf at Needles, B. C." will be  f>     TliT       rt***  SEALED   TENDERS addressed to  ���������J'h^i    1*:!^Arlr*;r*c;,i,*>,S^rt*'''       ���������'���������������-**rl     <\itirl*rkV������orkrl   *'TV**!..  tUC      lAlll4*0's,01i*>*j*s4������-.%A������/     iiik������������A      v������������VAt\4*-.,iw\-. -fc^������4.~  der for Wharf at Boswell, B, C." will  be recieved at tlufe offlice until 4 p. m.,  on Tuesday, July 2, 1012, for the construction of a Pile Bent Wharf at  Boswell, Division of Nelson. Kootenay  District, B. C.  Plans, upeciflcutions and form of  and third prizes,    Boob paper was cri-  contract can bo .seen and forms of ton-  tloally examined, and the judges finally  ���������decided on the  awards as above mentioned.  In addition to the medals,   President  der obtained at this Department and  at the oflices of G. A. Kecfev, Esq.,  District Engineer, Now Westminster,  B. C, and on application to tho Post-  niAUil-ni ,'ifc Victor:;),, ^. 0..  Persons tendering aro notified  that  W. J. Korr announced R0mo6timo ago tenders will not bo considered unless  that he would givo a silver souvenir pin ' ������������*������ton ..^"...P1;1"^11, i'otlVH HnPPlict?������  to every entrant whose essay attained a  certain etandart of merit. Seveuty of  these pins will be awarded including one  to the yonngest essayist, Master Thomas  Bird,who has seen nine summers on tbe  ���������"���������rest ooasfc of Vancouver Island.  Boy Stocks, Vera Hoscrof t and Bertha Hurrr submitted tho best papers  f res. Orestes and esch won rowarded  ���������with a silver pin. Five essay woro  ���������rabmlttivl.   1   With Cole Brothers United Shown,  ���������due to exhibit Tuesday, June S5th in  CfwiMton, will be found an act which has  xnoile other managers sit up and notice  ���������hiags sinoe tbe opening of thn hihuuiu.  4 4 ^w. ������, ������,������,f������rin>  It Ia. UiAAAA%i "sr^iiiziss death*������ oreh"  tind persons who have witnessed it pro-  claim it a highly sensational nnd uhxiiik  feat���������one which seems to prove that Uh  author., M'lle Hbuto, possosses uorvun of  *4������������a1 HI..     4w   41     mH4*m**it*%m    ������������./!    rv..4l#^ I  and signed with their actual signatures, stating thoir oecupatinns and  places of residence. In the case of  firms, tho actual signature, tho nature  of the occupation, and the place of residence of each member of tho firm  must be given,  Each L'iuIit nnuiL be accompanied  hy an accepted cheque on a chartered  bunk, payable to tho ordor of the  Honourable the Minister ''of Public  Works, equal to ten per emit; (10 p. c )  of the amount of tho tendor, which  will bo forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do ho, or fail to  c'arnplete the work contracted for. If  tho tender be not accepted the cheque  will ho returned.  The depart ment dnoH not hind Itself  to accept the lowest oi* any tender.  By order  If, f. DKHWUniKHH,  .Secretary  Thursday, July 4, 1912, for the construction of a Pile Bent "Wharf' .at  Needles, Division of Arrow Lake, District of Kootenay, B. C.  Plans, specification and fdrm of contract can he 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, 0., and Victoria, B. C. . -. ���������  Persons Tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of  each member of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p, c.)  of the amount of the tendor, which  will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to' enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete tho work contracted for.   If  tire tendor be not accepted the cheque  will he returned.  Tho department does not bind itsolf  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R, O. DESROCHERS  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, Juno5,11)12  Newspapers will not bo paid for this  advottaonient if'they iuHert it without  authority from tho department.���������-2825J3  Take notice that I, Guy Lowwnberg,  of Creston, B, C, ocenpation, aaent, in  tends to apply ior permission io pin-  chase tha following described lands;  Commensing 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 containing  120 acres  more or less.  iT-m*" T.n������i43jj,-j.gj.g..  Dated May 10,1913. Applicant.  lSS-5-i--'S'-5--^--?*-"-.-^*s-J������-*a,--,,>i*a3~  CJU_  re You  , Every once in awhile a good thing * comes youT-2  way, and it is simply  up  to, you   whether 'yoii  make it yours, or  blindly pass it by,  ������������... I.,,.  J/ll|llll l.llll'lll. 1,1    |   141,411  Ottawa. May !������). IK 12  Ni-vvn'iiiiji-i������ will not be |iui<l for Llii.i  adviitiiiiiiiiiit If they Iiihi-h it with-   I   ...,l.     .!...     4'...,���������...     41...     O,,,.,..( .,,...,���������  KITCHENER NOTES  Road Superintendent Bonny of Ores-  ton was in liitchonor looking ovor tlio  road this voolc.  Mr. Fit/Gerald, Mrs, Primroso WoIIh  and family spout a day in Kitoliouor,  flailing.  Mr. Hurry of tho <aJuooho Hotol, Gran-  spout the end of tho wook firming up  Goat rlvor.  O. UuHurofl nnd filoud aro taking a  l,U|������   II],   Mil)  IIVI1I,  A party of   friends    from Hpelciine,  Wiinh , Airi'tnt, a con uio of days    al, tlm  1 "ivx js A-wm^j  IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate  Certificate of Title to Lots 8 and 10  Blook 36 Town of Oreston, Map 698.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  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 abovo montioned  lot in the name of Charles Orriu Rod-  gers which Certificate .is dated the 2od  day of April 1900 at 9:80 A. M. aud  numbered 10440A.  Nelson, B. C.,  14th May 1912.  Sam. O. L  Roo,  piatriot Registrar  WATI-Sit NOTICE  Wo, Tho Bedlington and Nolson  Railway Company of Vancouver, li.  C, by occupational railway company,  give notice that wo intend on the 2-ltli  day of July next, at oloven o'clock in  tho forenoon, to apply to the Water  CoinmiHsionci' at bis olllce at NoIhou  B. O. for a licence to take and  use otio-iiall (*sj) cubic I'not, of  water per second from an unnamed  crook, n'trlhutury of Kootenay Lake,  to bo divortud  at a point about 8(10  degrees N. -It) uiiuuLoH 2.1 uucouds 15.  abovo Water Tank.  Tho water will be used cm mu* ri-j-hl  of   \*'ny,   for doinentie   purpoHos,    for  loeo/nollvc'i niid train;-;.  A. II. MacNwiMa,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nelson ltallway Company  Dated this 12th clay of dune, 1012.  MADAM  LAVAL"*  Cotton Hoot Compound Tablets  '    "  -   '0     ���������>**(*���������*(���������*���������  Then*) IMIls mo cninimuniicit with tho Ki'mitcnt  _ .io flu." If  vi-iunct-i uucli  ciiioliriifui! jiliviilciiiiiii kno^vn.  on.  ������lroni������rrV ���������!! ������  C������vio iloM tf,0 i;w-l u.I.hUIc lci.ic-Jt.j '���������.a\j\,n t���������  uUuncui iiuth "j-* }*'u 1ji-'Iiii.' iimi''! \ilili niticli uucccya  by tho "ion' ciilolinifiji! jiliviilciiiiiii knowu.  Thf*y nrn n Hiiorl:'u* ',ir tin illftroiinlnir illnorili;  to which tho (amnio nuiiitltiitlnn U llqhln.  " '       -'- o lins  P/lr  ������V  N������, V (,  box.  ftolil u' ������*��������������� uriii/ -tiuN'M, iii ijy mull iioiu ai*u  HIP "RMiinsfi i m tue rmnc mniiv  ��������� in.    iiisuum.!. un. iilL UUun    lUuni  t"  a    ��������� (f������*^9Vs?I  If you're wise and alive you'll  get  in  on   this,  while the time is ripe, to turn dimes  iijto dollars;  almost "overnight."  Bigf Lots Frdm $200 and up  AND N6 INTEREST  Just io per cent down and 5 per cent a month  gives you ownership of real property that should  solve all your future financial problems.  r*I  M-&i���������  j  :-:l  No use.;.���������telling you the details in thfe space���������*  it would take this whole paper to do the subject  justice, aud even then you  rightly would want to  aMsHMMMBHsV ^^^^ tjTs-sjsjjifj ....  a ^BBmX   mm wJyWGgff*  So come  and see tu-Save time aiid make money  YOU KS FOR PROSPERITY  1  -   I  ^5 Dominion Stock & Bond,Corp.,  ^Jj Limited  Vancouver, R. Q  IMs1m-s\ssiMIsjWMsmm������ssm  **m*"mm~mim   --������������������.���������-7, :-.' :r--.r~.��������� "." ^^^^>m^mmmmmtmmmitimm.mmmi 'mmmmim^mmmmmmtamnmmamammm^mm^mmammammmmmmammmmm  ��������������������������� t ������������������--���������..���������.,-  ,....-   .. ~.. ���������.-_..,-.������_.������������������...,-w-���������������.^-^;rs*iSv3i*������T*^-^  ?SCrestcn Valley Investment Co.,  SAgents for Creston and District, jjj  l^irA max mm at mm saasilill ������������������-������ - ������ ������*��������� ������ ������ ������ A Al5>  i  1 ^3������!? .<&&<*���������  BsV'-*.,-  m -a? ������"T  ���������  : j'P  1*5* Jl n^T -������-l-��������� (--;, Jmj>*������- * ������������������        *.!*,������. ���������*"*  - - - r;Ti "if i jr"*;,"-   '^������-" ,  ..!-', *"-    *>'  tjr^ri.-<l?������.'j������-  ~&?:.:~a~-  -g-a*-*-  .rf'-'-',  An r������c������rATV\xjr  ni7iri *,-*''*-'  A**>*      Ipsa IS**.>  AT    -Al,    m    .Jt.     V   ^ .��������� -w ^^m ^-   -w    ^*   V  11. u.  c*' j*-*"* ~   t ^ ^^^.^Jwj'LSsSifi  v*( - *?/u ���������  ������������������**���������#'  Will Exhibit Afternoon and Nigh* in  OR EST O  >!  J i iii r.  gam  tarftev ������& <������o.l  Ca9; ,  .; 8  -Wholesale -  Provisions," Produce,   Fruit  ' jQenet-al Commission Merchants  ��������� ������  NELSON  C.  ���������TijS*  L  ��������� j  ���������^������    &a    m  im ST"** ii"    i  B***i*n^i*������ *'  rfftj-e^eaBiWi  at  16 ME-FRUIT!  3 R5NGS9 2 ELEVATED STAGES, ROMAN HIPPODROME,  **    t?' ������>'������i*ae    uiicr   uraiAi  ENCLAVE, 1000 MEN, WOMEN, AND HORSES, ACRES  OF CANVAS, COLOSSAL  DOUBLE MENAGERIE, SUPERB TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBIT.  ���������Pstrjck-ArAfl* lis ������,������������*������ 44,** *>*���������������������. 4*  friwvva       s-'scjcusypv/ltls.,  TT Ia*  Never   Change Name  .   Never  Deceive  Dohi Miss The  $1,000,000 FREE  STALEST P&s-Ff ApE  aiid  i    *  naftfhA.fla'F"!"?" iiaMa  9SW3  j BUMS'  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilisers  ARE  HiGNEt        SEmtmXBS  j  Sow Burns' Fertilizers  J  And Reap Dollars.  i   ���������-      .-.   Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  r. uiinm & uo.  Limited  CRESTON  -S-.     J~i,  Mead ���������������--  i^eaa Venice  CALGARY; VANCOU-  EDMONTON.  I  tt. ar. wixslow, b. fl. a��������� provincial  Horticulturist  The very favorable weather which  has occured throngiioiit the. blooming  season in all tbe fruit districts of the  Province has favored tbe setting of a  very large percei-itage of the blossoms.  There are very few trees which have  not ail the fruit they Ciin carry, and  probably the majority of them will  have more than tbey can carry with  nroh't. This hrinan nn the nutation of  the thinning of fruit, a practice well  recognized in the States to tbe south  of us, but not yet generally understood throughout British Columbia.  A discussion of the methods and results of thinning is at present very  much in order, because the work must  be undertaken in the very nearf mure.  HOW MUCH FRUIT SHOULD A  TKJEE BEAR?  In discussing tho question of thinning, we admit that the tree may set  more fruit than it can possibly bring  to perfection, as tbe fruit grower understands perfection. Nature cares  nothing for the fi'uiL exutrpL ������*s uu aid  to produce seed; the orchardist cares  ,' nothing for the seeds except as they  arc necessary  co   the   production   of  fruit.    We wish each tree to carry all  The Beam tut is ihe ideal tyuwrio-i for  ,,      .    .,    , . ~      __ . ,  .    .     . ,      ,' .. .  the frmt it .can bring to commercial  of the Taube Optical Co.,  Vancouver and Calgary will  be at the Creston Drug Store  ursdav,JUNE 27  If ther.e is anything wroug  with your Kye Sight don't  fail to consult him.   *  All work absolutely Guaranteed as  ��������� ���������A*A.������A������A#MIHIHHI    ISUI������S���������������������������������  |i������s**M4js*������<MksiJ8tMahw  W. H.JOHesSON,   Proprietor  m i   i "i niMSM*���������fc���������������I   Mvr{n������rrf&������m  4 .' a -vfi^xm  ,'Vifeiil  ���������"  THE  HOME  -**-C-*-D.  for the business man who does not reei  f -justified in tying ap $100 to$125ina  I  large machine  but would ,like to eend j  1 perfection, and no more.  At  tbe  bame time   tbe   tree  must  on   tbe Show  Grounds after  <Ihe Parade  i  .1  "AnaTiini  Hfl  IBi  IU  Ai 3  is the only small typewriter that is  practicle. While there have been a  number of email machines on the mar-  Electric. Restorer for Men ket they did not stav  Pfccgpfacno!;^"^ at Hafcfields Pool room, 1 cent to $1.00.  vim aad vitality. Preaiaturedecay and all sexual > J. S. SANFORD  S^ouaanewman:������Prfce*^b^^^ sole agent  for   tie   Kooteuays.    Head  CoA.^CafeU^oAt; "������������������**n'������������������  quarters-Craubrook.    P. O. Bjx238  *^asa ������^to^ 4 ^Bht. ������^������a. ��������� **%ax  ���������\Ht  -IaVJ  ���������sjl^  VIM  <k'a  ��������� i>'*n-,i|,r*iiii*'Bi-iA  LtlltKHtAU5  out^busm'-'S * iike, neat wovk.    *jiie xjii-  maice   new  vegacaoie growwi  consis-  tie 3enuett- enables him to do this as ic  fcenfc Wlth ifcs age and v.iriety.  The third requisite is tbat it should  also  form   enough  fruit-spurs  for*-a  Tickets on sate  similar crop in   the   following  year.  This ideal is the foundation of our orchard practice.  When a. tree is fuiriiiing these three  requirements it is performing its maximum ducy to the owuei*. '  HOW PO������S THINNING HEIaT?  The removal of some of the fruit at  an early stage in its growth helps  materially towards securing the maximum duty of the trees in certain definite ways:���������  1. The average siae of the fruit left  '���������^    as?-  ���������5sT- "sbs. ��������� W - '='=������. * ���������*=**���������'>5!a' *^*^  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  (f>  This Hotel   is  one  of the  -i  hest    known    and     popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date  and   the' bar sup-  i  ~?T>S  BJJ v./^'.A'.jAl  B j-     * -   ^ti'  1        ., J"v'������,  J    COMMODIOUS  | SAMPLE  ROOMS  ���������UiCiJ.   vjxhti Uiixy   tilC  ������iC"5������  ������-������<������i3������i  plied wit!? ---������1������ *^- %-~.-***-.~--->A  of eoods.  I  =|- Preston, B.O -|  THE CANADIAN BANK.  OF COMMERCE  SIA EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President.  jiLIIXAJiJDER LA-IRIi ^ JOHN AIUD '  General Manager Assistant General Manaficr  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  Ktm&L,  A$JLI5,t5������-Aj,UUU  BANKING BY MAIL  Amounts iv.By bs opened at ever^ brsnch of The jCs-nsdisR  Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the  same careful attention as is given to all other^ departments cf the  Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in' this  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.  PERCY *B. I0WLEK Stoanager, O est en Branch  8.4  "on the trees is  increased;  taw  W  ���������v  Hi  xii  \>)/  w  \i>  vw  it)  il/  ��������� V  W  M  'Hi:  this is the  Trees  produce  a  ^fife' greater   percentage of No. 2  appies.  The Increase iu size of tlie remainder  ��������� * ���������  / most obvious^result of thinning. rJ  ������f4 'overburdened  with  fruit   vjrodiii  ���������til * '1 . , ������   "  YOU WANT  WE  V V   BBS  CAN DO IT  r/nitlBliBlililll-BH-llllBllSAll&lIV  ..-, f f  usinessman  nn  5G  ii/  W  \l>  w  \9t  Hi  Advertise your business by  .,' ��������� ���������' ���������   ,'*,''���������-"'  Office ������  m  m  mmmmmam  ram  mmm  Htt  jfX  n  r������   A.     y**������   A X  ^im pr  yw  **i after tbe iirst or second pickings of  Bartlette pairs is made, is a striking  "j,^* instance of the increase in size when  Jet,   the number of fruits is reduced.  {    2. The fruit born is more uniform in  size and shape.     On the overloaded  9^\ tree there is much variation in size.  d&fa   and,   especially where two or  more  ���������^-    fruits remain on a spur, they are variable in shape as well,   The fruits from  the side blossoms of the cluster are in  many varieties much different from  those from tbe centre blossom, usually  being  flatter in shape and having a  considerably longer stem,      Uniforro-  itt sizo and shape is an important es-  scnlJal of comint-rcial perfection.  3. The color is materially bettered,  moro uniform, and conies earlier.   Tbe  roiiiarkablo  increase in color which  occurs when a ilrat picking   is   made  from     heavily     bearing     trees     of  oveh   the   winter  varieties,   such   ns  .Jonathan   and   Wagoner,   furninlles  striking confirmation   of   this point.  While color scorns largely related,to  sunshine, it is a woll known fact that  on a heavily loaded tree tho fruit has  ���������less color, whhli is loss evenly distributed and moro (slowly acquired.  4, Thinning  improves 'the' quality.  This  is especially tl'ui case where tho  j soil Is deficient in moisture and plant  food.  5. Tho fruit is freer of .diHciiHos ami  insect' pohI.n, hncatiNO wormy apples,  llmh-brnlscd or diseased fruit of any  kind, can ho roiiiovetl ut thinning-tiino  On plums and poaches in moist regions'  fruits tlnnnud so that no two touch  when fully grown urc muoli freer of  .brown-rob ���������  (������. Thc-.J removal (>r niL.li.ipin fruit  lowoi'H tlio porconbage of huv'-gi'H.de  frulb . \  7, Thinning prc/oubs piomnturo  dropping, A familiar Instance Is that  of the AitlntoHli lied, whioh If) ("spe-  ������������������hilly HabJo to drop whm<������ two i'mits  ��������� ���������������>,> In ft- /->������,  ������.,.., unnn       I'l'iilllllf.lll'll lll'illl-  s The British Cohinibia nyrseries Co. Ltd  Of Vancouver, B..  Have just received an 8o page illustrated  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs.: rpses, etc., which is free for  the askiug tj intending  planters.  ��������� Apple direct to this office or to W. S. W atspn ||  at Creston, B. C- 1!  A TRIAL ORDER wil! convince th most Ij  critical of the superiority of our one year old II  o tres on three year roots, ^!  1   The &. Qm Murseries Go* Ltd.* :       |  \      ?4>S3 7 th A ve. W. Y&n&emres*. S. Gm   \  ni i i prunnsii  ir������LD6i!l  Satieties and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  i Dealer in   ing'i   class  hor-it? and shoes.  i  /Z~x ..j... .���������    TT7* V . |  ore* your  wines, juiquprs, ~  Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston    Wine  Spirit Co*  &  *������   w������wjs,     a, f *^Lrm  STA^TEU  Sfc  ULCERS,   BOILS,   SWOLLEN   GLANDS,   BLOTCHED  PIMPLES, AND ALL SKIN AND BIxOODDISaEaASiES  ARE COMPLETELY CURED BY THE  NEW METHOD TREATMENT  <4f������.  qx  to  m  m  Wo desire to call tlio attention of nil those  r.r.;!cti d with nnyKIscJ .or SMn phmtimm tn  o .v New Mcihod Trostmont *������ a gutttnuu** '  euro tor thciso complutnta, Thnro lu rw> ������������������������  cuso foi* any portion liaviiif- a dlBflnrured faoo  from - eriiiHlonn ana 1'lotohoa. No matter  r.iicilior hereditary pr acquired, our aneuilla  rumuuioa iinU ueiitmont. noutniUio nil ppK  Bon-i in the blood on<j\ exncl them fronf th*  n,,stoiii. Our vast ovperienco In tho ti������nt-  iaont/of OioucnnUsoi! tho moiifc nerloua aodt  coiniiHculud ciiscilunabKiB uu-to perfect a  euro without o.*:iMjrti*n*)ntlnir. Wo do tow-anew  on the plan���������Pay Omly forth* Benefit: Yew  Dorlvo. H you liava any blood alsca&o, coa-  b.Ic uu Frao of Cb*u*v������ ana let ua provn to  you how nuioltly our romedloii will remove  'lUovMenoeHofd'seiuwj. Undorthe innuen-ee  or' ttio New Mfthct! Tif**!������f**rttin"- t.h** *���������"*'���������"* *>���������������������  eamia clour, ukrm, pfmpilcu* aud blotchiw  Jiout up, onlftrBod KlMJd** ������tw������ reduo������d. fallen  out Imlr A-rowa In nsntn, the eyen iMit-toiji-*.  liilrtlit, Ambition and energy return, and tti*  victim ronllwa a now llfo liw������ opened up to  Idm.  YOU CAN, ARRANGE TO V?AY AFTER  YOU ARE, CURED  CONSULTATION FREE  *mmm*mm*im*m***i������m*mmmmmMma*������*m*mm* -  *.~..M iJ*4-*������ n������%Al-r1-M������ ������m* Tll(|i������plitt������s|i mmm WAtaaa.  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IM^      ������.   . >^ *AJA.        >^.    \^fm^k'        I W������������UVO   Ol'UPl  "���������ssk mi ��������� **sims������, ��������� ,*s������, ��������� "sss*. a *hsja. . hssj*. ��������� "sss.. >w^. ��������� iiiisa ��������� *������������s������). ��������� ,3*       TS"**. ��������� ,3S������ ������'���������!**', JT&      I  HITZSZTZStTTE*rS*7~%f ^S/>rz&Vj&VZgt������*&,  '''jgfr*^Tjjt'' "     j i;oonuimBu ui ������<-������w i'  Drs KENNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor* Mlchl^ah Ave. and Grfewold St,   Petrol*, Mich.   igimiifci HH ATI I* C      A" tf-tter-i from CnWdr* irmat he aMteaaac,  WmB^mT^m%%MM l-liK*     to our Canadian Correm^ndeoco Dnpurb*  WN^mmw     mmmmmWmmmmWmmmmmm    ment in Wiurliinr, Out.   If you dtmlre to  Itaeo uii peiflounlly cull tit our Medical motttutc In JJctroit o������ we Hconou twat  no, patient* In our Wlndoor offlcea which are (or CorrcHpond-jncc una  l.nhomtory for Cniiiulian buHiness only. AddreHs all ktlcrD aa icUoiiirs:  DR9. KENNEDY A KENNEDY, Windnor. Outt*  WrlU*fcw mirprtviit4-'A.btrij#t������4  _  ������ ?.���������        i iiiiiiiiiiiMM^^  " Ai  ^* I  1  '4l  RH'V  VI.,  ,,,".-i  m  > >miimtMMiiitm������mirmmmmmmmmmimmi  hm!imJmmmmimimuimmmmmmmmtmmmmtmm  *������m  lii^ipiiiiitaiiM'iiii^^  m  imrn  *ai*iis*IWMsj*MM^  W|jJj^|^LJ^^jgJI|J^^^^^J^^^Aj|j|^^4  i*KIMIiS*KW  mmm p"J#'?-Y':''^?  > N*������!������iv-:>.-,���������.....-.-,.... -���������. ..���������,...������������������.-.-.���������������������������.>.,,. .--.,��������� .-Vy,���������;-.;.l..^.���������,,.-.���������-J:^-.���������h^,i���������:?U-;'^-������������������iV1n'*i>&''^'���������'������������������;,��������� -  '���������"���������"���������-"-��������� '      ���������������������������������������������-��������� ���������   ,... .. ��������� ,;,j..j:^/T?!i^Kcr;.!j^ ���������-  ;Y^Y-i;^;t^l^|s?  OTE   CREST  i-''^""^'^^  ���������? "V Y Y-/fe?#'?* ;:^??Y?^  ���������.'.-.'-/-tl.VTa *ff7i ff* ffi/^IVT:' :'^-^:^i^y.:^f^y.'^:^i:-^'^:^'y.:kr^-;A.:<  titi&[-ti&*  II2^;:  IlipMlpSKIN TROUBLES,  Y?^pibnro^??bllstering,  and   Irritation  ^are;^e������<romm6heSt form  of summer  ?iskinvtroubles, and Zam-Buk ends these  "very quickly.     It works in" two ways.  ?'As soon as    applied,    Its    antiseptic  vpowers  get to-work and kill all the  :��������� poison ln*a wound, a sting or a sore.  This generally ends the smarting and  i the pain.     Then Zam Buk begins the  healing process, and fresh healthy tissue. is built up.      For sore, blistered  -feet, sore liatids, heat rashes, baby's  heat spots, core places due to perspiration? etc.? you can't equal Zam-Buk.  It also cures cuts, ulcers, abscesses,  piles, and all inflamed and  diseased  conditions of skin and subjacent tissue.      Druggists  and    stores    everywhere  sell  Zam-Buk. 50c. box.      Use  Zam-Buk  Soap  also,   25c.  per tablet.  ���������ATrstores.or Zam-Buk Co.? Toronto-  SV.-.4,  SSef-v i?  No Music at Windsor Castle ?JY?^??Sing Me ;the?Good'Old::So^i3^i������jj?;;j  At  WinclE-or Castle, it anywhere iu J^pAi.Ysihg iiie ifre songs that?p-d%?|yoS  Knglaad, one might expect to find the/,?? YYsails?  inhabitants punctilious in tho observance of all the usual outward demonstrations in loyalty to the crown.  B'U. the Colonel in command of the  Second Life Guards, the regiment at  present stationed at Windsor, has  found the townspeople remiss and has  takon the only means" open to him  of punishing them.  One  of  the    three    regiments    of  Household Cavalry is always stationed  at   Windsor. ? and   for  generations   it.*  has   been  the  custom  of the  towns- j Of horsemen who rode through btocid  In?the days that- have .gone ?byCftY?:  The; sailor songs and the sliepherfl's  ?Y;?Y':'&ongs,\ '���������'������������������??.-? '';titiritititititititi;  :And?the pongs of sea and?sky.???  The/songs of peace and the spri^?o?  ? ?\?'������������������;?warv ' " Y-??:?.-??, ?Y???  Of the buccaneer bold apd free?:??-  Who?roamed the main for gain?'.and  fame  .'. .���������'���������'":,. ??''"?''??',??"?;;  Till he hung on the gallons treo.??v;  All Made Clear  A woman missionary in China was  taking tea with a mandarin's eight  wives. The Chinese ladies examined  her clothing, her hair, her .teeth, and  so one-but her feet especially amaaed  them. ..- "Why," cried one. "you can  walk anC run as well as a man!"  "Yes. to be sure," said the missionary.  "Can -you ride a horse, and swim,  too*-"' "Yes." "Then you must be  as stroma: as a man!'' "I am." "And  you wouldn't let a man beat you���������not  even if he was your husband���������would  vcu?"Indeed I wouldn't." the missionary said. The mandarin's eight  wives looked at one another, nodding  their heads. Then the oldest said,  softlv. "Now I understand why the  foreign devil never has more than  o~ie wife.   - IrxS  p-ople to go to the barracks after  church parade and listen to the reg-.  imental band. One Sunday recently;  Colonel Ferguson, the commanding  officer, was present "in the barrack  square when the band played the. national anthem at the close of its programme anil was so struck with the  apparent disrespect of msftiy of the  civilian listener;- who did not raise  their hats or. salute in any fashion  that on the following day he issued  an order prohibiting the band from  playing.in,the square till further?orders.���������McCall's. Magazine.  I'm surprised. Tommy, said the father, rerrovingiy, that you should  strike your little brother- Don't you  know that it is cowardly to strike  anyone smaller than yourself? Yes,  answered Tommy. YBut when you  spanked m<-* yesterday I iff aa too polite to mention it.  The transition from winter's cold  to summer's heat frequently puts a  strain upon the system that produces  internal complications, always painful  and often serious. A common form  of disorder is dysentery, to which  many are prone -in the spring and  ���������summer. The very best tneaiCiAAO  *~ ���������SG \ri subduing this palnJul ailment  is Dr7 J. E>T Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It is a standard remedy, sold  -everywhere.  A Poet Successful and Uazy  Aspirants  to  success  who  are  discouraged by the very early rising of  INDIGESTION   '  RIGHT! V niSSIl  and fire  ? Never  heeding the hellish  bla^,:?  Of cannon's boom and mortar's his^-  Where the "Death King" , followed  -fast. -. -'" ::::-YY?Y;:-  '-���������-.'��������� ' .':'.-' ��������� ���������-.      ;-.;.->-:-"'���������';���������,.���������  Oh, sing me the songs of love ftnd  ....:. mirth. '��������� ���������.:���������;???Y���������:���������'������������������  We heard in our youthful glee? ??  When our hearts were light and bur  spirits bright ,      -Y     yY-":  As tlie bird that sings on the? lea.  ���������Mail and YSmpire  Towns Without  Taxes' ,Z  It was recently reported -rouv.-''Germany that there was :..a Ylittl^ town  within the ?Bmpire in which thero  were no taxes The town possessed  benefactions, the revenues from? which  enabled it to pay its way without the  ESSimmW/  * Jt* //sa  *s ������������������������ / ers J i is* s. i i ix f  By Toning up the Stomach to do the  _.-.-?���������'��������� .Work Nature "intends it Should  Indigestion should not be neglect-  ���������ed for a moment, for by depriving the  "body of its proper nourishment  through the food, the trouble grows  steadily- worse. Neither should sfiYU-  ulating medicines, which ruin the already weak stomach by making it  work beyond its strength, be used;  nor pre-digested foods, which do not  excite a flow of the digestive fluids?  and by disuse cause the 8ton>ach to  grow weaker. Nowhere is the ionic  treatment by Dr. Williams' Pink'Pills  France never likes to be "outdone  by anything German, so a Paris: eon*  temporary has set itself the task ot:  finding aparallel? Something? inorfe  thsn a parallel has been discovered,  for not only "aire there no: taxes, '^i?  Iho    I In'.lSii^o :/aaa.- ��������� ,Ka   ^������h....������i*.U I '���������- -|wi ������.-*W  ~X?   ii->*-a"������,. .* ,.a;a*i- *������**���������   s-rtSJi'V^'i':***: -"ft****"*  are sufficient to "grant each porspn ia  small annuity; This happy laPdts  Montraarlon. in the Midi.. There?iii*e?  seven electors hi the hamlet.- so^io  avoid anything like rivalry tho?s������y������?n  return themselves to the local council- ". titi ;[,;;; . : ^?YYY"Y  Cutting down >.'tree*-* and selling:j&onv  is sutiictent to provide a MvellWoad  for 1 hese simple people, wttos*3 t>iaf.ea  ed   - by  Globe.  som>  ...    t~ii      lAiCAJI       -#AJ.   fc-tift.i.'  uiicivilized.r���������London  YOUXI" HAVE LESS WORK AND MORE PLAY  IF YOU TRY THE mQdF-iEY WAY  0mmm^mmmmi^~*^mm*^mKmmam^H~m^mi^*m*^m*m*mmmi^ msjw, si^motsssmmssisas������msj*:������s������simmmm^mm  The i^lOONEY way means more biscUits, less home cooking:  Because SvlCGINI EY'S S3SCU! : S are fresh enough aad appetising  enough -to take the place of the product of your own ovea.    For the daily meat  you'U like *  SVIQQNEY'S PERFECTION  %r~a���������n" 1 rsriri  r .iiu iii-iii-i ii      -    ������������������    ��������� - ���������i     -       -   ���������   -������������������--   - .,   - ^���������������s>  SODA   BISCUITS  They're the crispest, creamiest, most delicious poda  biscuits -ever produced-and they're made in Wiani-  iQllT  ������h*"������i!d" ���������:*""-���������-: of the mort? clearly useful. The principle  successful poet Thomson, anTbe'colu-1 ������j this treatment _ is "-io enable^ iue  SS For Thomson was one of i ftomach to do its own work by build-  l"l tia.i^f -noo that ever live*!, and j l2= up tlve l>iood and giving.tone tp  ;rrrto^T*Vos-  b-fo^ noon the   nerves-   .. .Wb.en these, are  once  And yet m    rue ineasoiis    uc. aia-u-f���������-, -.- ������������������~-~*-   -~--��������������������� ''">���������-"  ���������"���������'.*"  aged to,give us one of oui* fmest des-1 sestton disappears and the cure is  criptions of a sunrise. It is said Permanent, Here is an experience  S him that he would eat the sunny ^ J this^Teat^eaL Mr. John Bre-  side off the peaches in Ws garden f ^f^i. J.;algap*. Alta., says: 'For  ���������with, his hands in his pockets, but  even such late rising and his Castle  of Indolence; did not prevent his becoming famous.���������London Chronicle-  NO OPERATION WAS  EVER|EPES)i||E  BECAUSE   M RSI   GOODINE      USfeb  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  m+ i*i>c������sy f^s^s t ���������������������������������������������wa  A member of the Chicago bar told  this stoi-y of a lawyer's dinner in  Indiana.  A farmer's son in Illinois conceived  a desire to shine as a legal light.  Accordingly he went to Springfield,  ���������where he accepted employment at a  small sum from a fairly well known  lawyer. At the end of three days'  estudy *'e returned i.o lite farm.  Well,| Bill, how'd ye like the law?  ssked the father.  It ain't what it's cracked up to be.  responded Bill, gloomily. ��������� I'm sorry  I learned it.���������Chicago Evening Post.  The Oldest Newspaper  ���������A class was recruiting a lesson in  uncles d history, says a Lachlne  school teacht*r and one of the pupils  ���������was describing the Olympian games.  A great many people went to Roe  them, she said, becauue it was put in  the paper when they were coming  ���������of? Did they have papers In those  ���������days? Why, yos, was tho reply���������  It say i  bo  ln the book  anyway.   It  .__-._       11...       lt....,1,l       ������,,������nln Xw^m n������l       *\U .,**%  1  v. ���������   * "Cotton, Ih grown only ln the trop-  'fcnl or seml-lropical regions, while  wool comet* almost entirely from the  temperate regloUB.  years I was en almost constant sufferer fvoin indigestion, and naturally  because there was much nutritious  food which I could not eat owing to?  the pain and discomfort which followed, I was becoming much run:  diwii. I tried many medicines but  none of ikera helped ine until I be--  gan the use of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills- After taking a few boxes I  was much better and in the course  of a couple of months was quite well,  aid could eat any food set before  mo."  If you are a suffeFer from indigestion, or any* trouble due to bad  blood, or weak nerves, you can begin  to cure yourself today by taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Sold by all  medicine dealers or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  BrockvlUe, Ont.  There is ."-uch a thing as overdoing  this "bright side" business, recently  observed a crusty old bachelor, as  was evidenced recently in the household of a friend of mine, whose wife  has always prided herself on the circumstance that she looks on the  bright side.  The husband, an absent minded  sort of a chap, put the lighted end of  his cigar in his mouth as he sat reading one evening.        Of    course,,   he  ���������lnmnni'l    M*rv    *��������� v*������-l    %y*o#-1 f%   ������    fKin^orlPtil    tti,/i1<  ^'.aa**. |/vv������     S_������ t������     ���������������,���������������*     ai.s-^v**-*    **     v** v **-**������ **������     4fc\v-iri.-  et for a moment. Then wifey. anxious to live np to her reputation of  being nice and cheerful and encouraging, smiled blandly and observed���������  At any rate, dear, it was most fortunate that you discovered It at once.  wocior   said   sne  dergo operation, but. Dodd's Kidney  ���������'��������� Pills, cured  her.:.;  Central Kiugsclear, York Co??-N3-  (Special)���������"The doctor, said I iwouid  have to undergo an operation.'*;' So  said Mrs- J. V. Goodine, of this -place.  But she smiled as she madeYthe;re-:  mark, for all need of the dreaded operation had vanished? Mrs. - Gopdine  used Dodd's Kidney ?Pills aiid fis -a  well woman. Given in brief? and in  her own words, Mrs. Gopdine's experience is as follows:  "T was very miserable wi*3i?Kidney  Disease and unable to do myYown  work. The doctor said I,would;haye  to undergo an operation. ;. After-using three boxes of Dodd's ��������� Kidney  Pill  my  as you can easily prove by enquiring  among my neighbors.''  Dudd's Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys; cured kidneys : strain Yall the  poisons and other causes of disease  out of the blood. Thus Dodd's Kidney Pills are a natural cure ifor ail  Kidney diseases- and, all, ills caused  by diseased kidneys.  The  Average  Income  The  average   itfeoroc  is  sorely   tried  in th'y struggle to make ends meet���������  *r.~   ~.,..  ,v,A  .^ ...v.���������   ������J? a,..���������^  ....i* ���������  A.ni������  And the bills ior the food we cat.  ���������*ov butter I*- up. potatoes are up.  And meals were never so dear  But  the  average income just stands  st.U,  Or eis>e grows smaller each year. '  The cook i" the kit*."'"?''*! sisWij for more  And so does the serving maid,  And   then,  nerforce,   as  a  matter of  course.  V������0    -������*������*������^*i-i,'4~������o<;/:  **rY������l*t������-;T"    V������^r.    rfcO'-t'-t  We are told the coai is about to rise  The gas bills are twice as iargiB���������  And for every strike which threatens  the land       ���������>  The consumer must, pay the charge.  So. what are the people going to do,  And how are we going to live, ���������  When the average income is stretched  aiid strained   ���������  Beyond what it's able to give?  ���������*ni7i   ���������x'm Bwm~mm  "���������tr--��������� to ���������n.-r-j.-.-r*   i un .ouy iui-i.v-CA-.'-.es-  Ask for  MedBfrcf  m&stiy have a. triie  s&iety  - Iiao-aH      **vif:!i    ai|*������r������fr      ts-n.        Vt/sli  never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  . '* *  Eddy's   Matches  have  satisfied  Can*  no othftrs.  England's Last Fatal  Duel  It-would be difficult to find anybody  who remembers the last fatal duel in  England. The date was May 20,  1845,   and   the  place   a   spot  on   the  ills I was all better and able to do   shorS near Gosport. Lieutenant Hawk-  ly  work.      This  statement is: true,   ey*  9* the  Royal  Marines,  believing  Lieutenant Seton nad paia too much  An Abncnt  fvllnded  Profeasor  A vory absent-minded professor  */as busily engaged in solving a scientific problem when' the nurse opened  the library door and announced a  great family event.  Tho little stranger has arrived, pro-  fosEtor.  Eh? said tho professor,  It Ib a little boy, said the nurse.  Little boy, Htt'.e boy. unified tbe  profenaor. Woll, nsk him what ho  wantB.���������Woman's  Homo Companion.  Daddy's Weak Spot ?  .Walter was 8 years old. YHe had  been very naughty. In point of fact  he had emptied a bottle of. red Ink  over his mother's white Pomeranian���������  just for fun of course. :*���������  ���������Vow the price had to be paid for the  enjoyment, and father was taking a  hand in the game.       '  T   1441-     T   ......      -,Tr_;lA-._>~     ���������4_A,���������       ���������,~ _     I..  filial?    A4UV,J,      ll������4,Jt.t7A   O    tJIOLCI.      WaD     4AA  the room at the time of the conflict  Thud. thud. thud, fell father's hand,  punctuated- by Walter's wailings.  At last Lucy could stand It no longer. Bursting with indignation, she  atamoeu her tiny, foot on the floor.  "Tread on his corn, Wal." she cried.  "That'll stop him."  attention to his wife at a South Sea  function, called him a villian ana  blackguard, threatening to horsewhip  him and attempted to kick him. .  Although dueling had been forbidden by articles of v.-ar in ISii, after  the horror caused by the death of Colonel Fawcett at? the hands of his  brother-in-law, Lieutenant Munro, in  1843, the provocation in the Hawkey-  Seton case was such that a meeting  resulted. Seton fired and missed. The  hammer of Hawkey's, pistol being set  on the safety notch, it would not go  off. At the second discharge Seton  fell?     Hawkey fled to France.  INSIST ON  GETTING " EDDY'S!  Washboards,   Wood  Pails  and  Fibre  Pails  and  Tubs,  The Clinton Motor Car Vo., l^miiea  ''Wiii Show a full line of  B      O    I    n     D ������       I   In   B   t%X  Soap and Ointment  4������  ISfo other cmollJcnt3 do so much  for pi in pica, black head ������, red,  ���������rmi.^b :md oily skin, itchiuer,  scaly scalps, ttry, tnin and luiiiiijj;  hun, < .-hupped -lauds and j%hap<*Uf,!i  Kiaib. They <l<> even more for .*.Uin-  torturetl and disfijjiirt'd infants.  ������l������1������������������i*ii    ������'iitlrnrr.     Hrt������|i    Unit    flltilKiorit   sin  IMaOt tuy ilruitiiuu una iU*.i*m ������������w*;������>**i.in,r, ia m>. i...  ,������.<������w.U ������4> -.^1.    wit*.  *I1.-Wl*4l lu'Wllll.-l  tm  Uf/ilHW III  .tfriSi.i ������~-- l"-".lr. v.'Iil l'������ ������.������'<*���������. i������������,������i-������.������-.'. '���������> fi"-*"  *4MwtM HKtlciUi*," 1j������1������������. MM. mmuiin. il. H. a.  turn**  A Boon for tho Bilious.���������The liver  la a very nem-ltlvo organ sipd easily  deranged. When this occurs thero Is  undue Boc-retlon of bllo and tho ncrld  Uciuld flows into tho fttomnch and  Houi-h it, IL Ih a iiiohL dlntrosHlng  ailment, and many nro prono to 11..  In this condition a man tlncls the br������nt  rfAiiiTty in Pnrmnloo'!'* Voj^f-ttiblo T'llln  which nr������ warranted to apucdlly correct tlio (ilBordor. There* Is no bottor  inedlclni-' In tho onUr'-* Hat of pill  ^preparations.  Ono d'-y Mark Twain wiih , bolng  shuviMl hy a very talkativo bnrhor nnd  wan fortu'd to llstou' to niuny of IiIh  !in������^(lntr>n.  Tlf lm-rbor Imd in ntrnp hli rn/.nr  anil whon ho wiih rendy, briiHh In  hiiiul.  lo ruiiniu'iiro nualii, ho iiskcd:  Shall 1 go over It. iigufn?  No thunkti, ilrawk'd Murk. K'h  hai'illy uisi'-i���������HKiiry, I think T enn rn-  m.sinhi'i* <*vory  word.--- I'.vcrybody'H.  Would not Save His Heroine  "Balfour's toast of the "literature ln  particular which serves the great  cause of cheering us all up" reminds  one how an artist was once' temptod  to give his heroin*-* hoalth and happiness.  "Clarissa Harlowe" rail itn coui*8o  In vntinncn IrhuoiI norlodlcallv, and  nt tho end of tho sixth Clarissa wns  left, dying. This so affected a misguided entlnisluHt that ho at onco offered Richardson $15,000 if In tho noxt  volnnio lie would rostoro her to  health.  RIchardHon refused. Lltornturc has  Its heroes.  AAIMIWWIWIIW.,.  w. w. u. *m  Mlriisrd'**   Linimont.  the  Lumberman'*  Friend,  i������#l.-.,   rvi.A^  W.   i tjl       . 4 A4.  .  CotiHuMi'd a pliyHloltiii thlH morning  ami lif iuIvIhi'iI nn* to givo up my pipit.  (Jhc uii your plpi������, **h! What did  l,<������ c.liargn you for thnll  Ti'ii ilulliirn, I kuusih lif tlioiiKlit-  for lln* ������noiiu������nt hi* wan n iilnnilx-r.���������  Itowton 'i riiiiiuTlpt.  VVftH lui rool ou tlie wltui'HH hIand 7  Y'*:i,  ismII!  ttn������  Inwyrr on  the otluu*  Hld<* b4������4:iin  lo roiiMt   him.  A Slight Mistake  At a I'ocont football match one of tho  players caught tho ball heavily Jn tlio  face, "iivul had to retire for iionio tlmo.  A man in Iho crowd, connplcuouH by  tho rtnum'al bIzo of his noun, suddenly  exclaimed.  Hah, Homo of the players powmlayH  aro mado of gingerbread. Why, In  my younger .days, whon I wan playing  on ono occaHlon tlio ball hit me on  iii*.* noiii: with Hiii'ii foriu' t'ual I fuli io  Un: gioiiml. hul I tiinipty junip-ii up  and nm 11 ed,  And ho did tli#, crowd, 1 suppoBe,  iiHkod Hom<*ou<* bi*lilnd.  Corlalnly not, why fllioulrl they?  Well. It looks to mo nn tliough thoy  loi't. your noHo on tlio finld and hrnuglii  I'm rnolbull nway In mlstako, replied  Ilm olhei*. Ho Hiiddcnly beenmo en-  groiiHcd In tho play.  Poetic Justice Ir: France  The following Ib a case of  noetic  justice as meted out in France. ,  A well-known Parisian architect  was sitting in his offlce when he  hear a knock at the door. As he  w I abed to be alone, he toolf no notice  of the knock but went on with hts  work. A few moments later ,he  heard a Key moving in the lock. Not  doubting that his visitor was a burglar, tho architect armed himself with  a revolver tand quietly hid behind  sonif> curtains. Presently the thief  entered and proceeded to rifle the  place. Tliicn suddenly he started and  grow. polo. In a mirror he had soon  a revolver leveled at his houd from  bshlnd tho curtains..  "Open  tho  window,"  ordered    tho  L  Motor Cars, Delivery Waggons, and Heax/y Trucks, at the Winnipeg Fair  Juiy iOth, to July ������Cth. -  You: ari*:'cordially invited to inspect these Canadian made cars if you  visit the Fair.  We want agents in all the centres of Manitoba and Alberta, that are  not already signed up.    For Information address  Em D. Gleghorn, Sales Manager,  Quccn^ Hotel, Winnipeg  . Agents tor the province of Saskatchewan:  STRRNK & BURTON,   -   -    -   -   -   SASKATOON  (>4V**i'4      M*S,*v* *.���������.!- ���������j-'kA'dA^V*  Tho bu"*glar hud no altorniitlvo but  to obey and so summoned the otllcer  by whom he was to be arrostod.- ���������  Green Bag.  Lloyd's reports for tho 3 months  ending "Doc. 1 last, show tho losls  or condemnation of 211B ships of onn  hundred tons or over, Of theao 24  \v".iro abandoned al flea, seven burned,  21 woro lost by collision, .10 foundorod  and   X2.t  wreaked.   ���������' m lA  Other side of the Window  "Why, brldgot,  you    surely    don't  eon aider ��������� thoso    windows    wasliodV"  Kald tho ludy of tho houuo leproucU-.  fully.   :  "Sure, J wnshod 'em nicely on tlio  insldo, 'mum, no yo can look out," ro  ill  Uiiiu" a, Utile duly on tiiu oiHwido no  thlm Ignorant    .Tones    children    nlxt  door -couldn't look in."  The Japanese Beggar  Directly a policeman of one station  descries a beggar he kicks him away,  no matter whither, and another policeman if another station catches  hold of thef fellow and throws him  out ot his area, and so on, with the  consequence that beggars after wandering frpm one ward to another and  back" again ultimately settle down in  the regions of tho leUBt ��������� resistance,  namely, tho suburbs. The latest hap-  ponlngs prove that tho suburbs are  fast becoming the centre of mendicity  and criminality. The Maliilchl therefor bet-is the nnthorltles "to adopt a  positive instead of patchwork police"  advocating ar. exhaustive study of the  problem.    ���������  , Another plan Is that the teachors  of primary schools bo culled upon to  impress upon tho emotional young*  steVs, the utter dnHplcablllty of bog-  gars, no that, the younger gonoratloii  niay consider beggars as those dosorv-  ing to be kicked out for their laziness or to ho maintained by public  oharlt.y, rather than as* poor followfi  meriting Individual nsulBlanco,���������From  the Tolclo Malnlchl.  WSMS^SSMSSSS������W*S*1I*I*->*S1S> i HiW ���������*���������������!������������������iHWSH  .Church���������I son It Is said that. In tho  Jlluo Nile region lu ItJgypt a native lab-  oror can live vory comfortably ou six  to eight cents n day.     Got-hum���������Yos,  tj    :  t(t .   <--i-    -r,   ^.- , but I suppose tho trouble Is in llndln������  jiiiou,iJ4-4uh>"'i.,  '"mUL 1  iiiiuuiluiiuiiy   lift (out  just   Wliuro   Uio  ni\   iu  niKili.  uuili.M  is   coming   lioui.���������Voukeis  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AHD CHILD.,  Mrs.WiMSLOwn boo-a-iiinq Bv������or tow be-t������j  wed (or over SIXTY VRAR3 by Ml*OWONa of  MOTHERS...for their CHILDREN_ WHUW  TEETHINO, w th PBRHECT SUCCESS. Ifi  SOOTHES tha CHILD. SOFTENS the OUMtfl  ALLAYS anVKlUtCVfMBWmCOUfiaaa  i������ U\a best remedy for DlARttHCEA. It la *W  ���������olutety lmrraleiis. lie mire sirid bbic for "Mr-y  "Wlnslow's Snot-ling Hyrup," and uke uo othoK  -kind.  Twenty-flv*j ceuta ��������������� botUe.  A^^IlfCeTW-Cl^^^^  V .',,',' -' ���������������������������'!'"''-".',-'���������'���������"ti\' '���������',' ';.:' ���������   ,'.,,; >  .-  'ai'l'^lifS'lbr.'vV.e vtir   lYldljc  .'I r\c( ������������������(��������� *"t*  u^iAiAillCoU.-t,CA4.ii.va..yi>LA_������aU*.lru.  11 'A-|,'..|i������,Oi.fli^fr,rA,,Ors*>^*iU ly'*- J|.hi  t,i,ii im*'. *.! yl<*>  ..ihU  MAi'''iir<,'i"i'ri',r.l  Tlir ArUngton\C6. of-panada; ttil,  '-..:.. ';a;o. i;I'ssr-.f*.'AvW,Tiit0nlo:?Oiit���������ului ;...���������  The Wrono Port   '  Mrs. Nenrltch--*-So you heard from'  your sister.     How did sho onjoy the '  trio noroHH? "  Miss Young-rWoll, sho -wrote that  she was very glad when thoy"rouchud'  torni llrma.  Mrs. Nourltch���������Terra flrma? Why,  I thought she wan to land at Liverpool.  ..>1  Coitstipatioit-  Tliey hml been having a little tiff,  Oh. ot eoiii'Ho. *-nlil he, wrathl'ully, I  inn alwityii lu tin- wrong.  Not iilwuyH, nnld she. calmly, Limi  week you adiullleil that you were in  Iho wronir -  Well, wliiit'H Unit got to do Willi II?  ������ * * , , , '  InoiIiIjik, exe.eiit, thai- you wore por-  fee.tly right, when you admitted It, ulu-  replh'il,  is ahARncmy within the camp. It will  undermine the utrongent constitution  Hiid'iuiii the uiotit vlgoroiia )tc,illh.  It lendH to indigestion, biliouBnnsn,  ���������nuiiiri hlond. It;i������l eoiiii>l<*wif>ii, nlc\i  lit'iidaohcs, and i������ one of the iuohI.  fri'iiucnt caiiHiH of nppeiulicltlii. To  ni*B'**ctitlM hIow Hiiicidc. Hr. Mor*������*'ii  Indian Root Win positively cure  Constipation. They arc entirely  vetrctsble in com partition and do not  I'lCIM-l vc  a     day  Statosmau.  My daughter says I havo a good  ear for music. What does she mean  by that? I don't lruow exactly, I'm  afraid sho rotors to the Tact that I  can listen lo some of the things she  plays without getting tho earache���������  Washington Star,  Excitement  HuHhann ��������� iniinftnlvi���������woii. iovo.  have you had a pleasant day;?  Wife���������Oh,     splendid! "After    %  dressed the children and got them  off, wanhed tho (IIbIioh and made somo  pies, cleared away the luncheon ta<  bio and answered some lettora, I titlll  had time onough left.' to darp my  stockings.���������Harper's Hazar.  Willis���������What position do you occupy in your household? Glllla���������I  am IruaHurtT to.my wife's noclal ������oc*  rotary.���������Judge,  ���������icKrii,  weaken  or  i-npc.  ., , ..������. t.. ^,. 1. I* 1,.. ... 1.1������...  .������������������������������������--  ��������� ���������"������������������ ���������",-������������������>������,  4.9  A IIU     tU4 ill     I il V I'l UllU     WMbU        lllMk  nllefl  tn 1   /*)cre\'i*ieiii  l.i  "|l''>7  AAiJ  m.   waaaa In 140 wasps' nmlu thare wera an  OOt   Ir III ������* j nveruye of M6.000 luaeotH.  VTunbtind���������-But yon must nrtmlt that,  iiien imvi! bulu-i jtii"i'-ni������iii illicit women. Wife���������Oh, yos���������you marrlod  mo, and I, you.--I.lfo.  mm  Ml  mmmmmmm IELY BE FUE1EER REDUCED
Action, of the Government in Remitting One Half of the
Duty is Generally Considered to be" Rather Drastic.
and Further- Reductfoa is not Probable.
Ottawa, Ont.���The Evening xCitizen
la commenting on the recent" remission- bf 50 per cent, of the duty on
cement says:
"It is wnoliy inipronaBi*? that any
further actio:i will be taken by the
government in regard to the cement
duty. The action taken in remitting
one-half Qf the duty is considered
generally to be pretty drastic though
certain interests In *the# west aro representing 'that it doe's not go far
enough. ^Vie situation* which called
���for a reduction of the duty was a special case, to meet which exceptional
action hal t""* be taken. There >b
���p.�� reason to anticipate, however, as
hinted In certain quarters, that it
is tho thin end of the wedge and likely to be further extended as regards
cement or other commodities till there
ia full inquiry into the tariff generally." -
The Citizen also prints a lengthv
Interview with Senator I.W.C. .Edwards, president of the "Canada Cement company, in regard to the situation-     "Tho Canada Cement company
Expert  Believes    Some    of? .World's
Largest  Fields  are Located   in
senator furtlier 'said/ -'"The plants
included in' the company were only
running between seven and eight
months of the year when the Canada
Cement company  was organized, but
..IJAAOc      LJlAlt,      UlUt?      WJ��JJ<       1144. V G      l/CCAA      4.UAA'
nlng the full twelvp months of the
year. This ha3 given us the opportunity of filling large storehouses
which we have located at various
points in preparation for the busy
season."      ���-*
That whatever the other sixteen cement companies in operation throughout the country might do with regard
to asking *te government to rescind
the duty-cutting decision, the Canada
Comcat company would take no part
in such an appeal, the president of
the company also "asserted.
"There is one point which has been
overlooked, though."* he said. "The
Canadian companies annually purchase a great quantity of paper bags
for cement in the United States. These
bags cannot be *had in Canada, and
they are forced to buy there, paying
the full duty. Now. under this order
of the    government.    United    States
Calgary, Alta.���'"I , am conVinced
that there are good' oil fields somewhere in southern Alberta, and also
that the tremendous" Seepages? in the
Peace River district must ftave a fountain head that -will make the man
who discovers it one of ;the richest
mfen in thte world. Alberta will be
the most talked of country-in oil in
a'.l the world."        -      ,  * -
I. E. Suger, former partner of Rudolph ,Spreckles, of - San. Francisco,
the man who discovered the Maricopa
Midway oil fields of - California, the
largest oil fields In ' ther world? is in
\^1AAJ3<4,4 J,     CAIAU      VUIUCU     tUe    WjyillAVAAl.rt.ll.il.
Alberta would yet be the biggest oil
producing country on the face of th<b
globe. In the'' last 12 years -Mr. 'Suger has drilled over 50 wells and built
and operated two of the largest oil
refineries in the world, and among
oil men he is regarded as the greatest living oil expert to-day. He is
here for the 'purpose ol investigating the southern Alberta oil n^Ids,
and will go to Pineher Creek. Behind
him he has millions of dollars la, capital of San Francisco oil magnates,
he having been brought here at the instance of Calgary and Edmonton capitalists.
���mi-f if"*''-'
���-rt> w*�� ������
ran    PXHIKIB
...I -,w       X\^.^.
��v liens    i.ue>u
'A..4-"'0' �����'ir,'i1 ' 1 A'-lTA^Tn Ac* '' Ja I .rTn    V��Ti#V
VUA    AA     ��*AA\A     A *#~ . *. ^.^.^..^     ...^..  ,u��IU
iS  much Gi  A/.iat,  -fiAiii
cannot now- add ^nuch   to  the  crop,
CANADA  NOT PLANNING  DEMON- ,The shortage on the crop .In the soft
winter wheat states and the reduction
thai is being made in the haid wheat
states, lays the foundation lor a short
wheat crdp in /the United States this
year, unless the spring 'wheatJ turns,
out a bumper yield in the Dakotas and
Minnesota. At the present time
the speculative trade is a little tired,
the public stake's little interest iri the
Rumor That Dominion immigration
Authorities Were-Arranging for a
Great Exhibit, of ' Canadian Products at Wisconsin State Fair, is
Flatly Contradicted, b&W. J. White-
Ottatwa, Ont.���The    recent   report   speculative, markets,  artd   profession
* *��� _ i      .^____i.-. ���     l��.l.     A.t.iL.an'/iA*��i        ���%\*r\fri-r*n
has a large surplus stock on hand over   manufacturers of cement will be
all requirements, on which it would
like^to realize." said Senator Edwards
when1 asked if it were true that the
company,- as is stated, is unable to
supply the west With cement.   :
The senator' would make uo comment "on the action of the government in reducing the' duty on cement
oue-haif for^ 3- limited period, nor did
lie cafe' to say for publication what
effect the transportation facilities of
the country had. on the delivery of
the company's product.
"There has never been a time when
t..~ Canada Cement ���jempany has not
been .abie to fill ail its orders,"' the
to ship their cement here, paying only
one-half the duty on both cement and
on the paper bags. Whatever else
may be said about the cut, this will
appeal to the ordinary man as unfair
to the Canadian companies. We
have to pay full duty on the paper
bags whi>e the American Companies
can. ship them in here, nlied with cement, and only ��ay half duty. The
Canada Cement company may ask
the government, with the other .sixteen Canadian companies,, for similar
treatment in connection with the pa-
per'b&gs, but that is as far as it will
Six  VIIlades   Destroyed   by   Eruption
of Kaimai Volcano, Travellers TeSI
Seward. Alaska.���That about 200
persons have perished in" the destruction of six villages as a result of the
eruption of Katmai volcano was the
fear expressed by persons on board
the cannery tender;* which ^arrived
The villages^.most of whose Inhab-
, ltants were native fishermen, are Kan-
atuch. Savanoos, Douglas, -Cold Bay,
Kamgariiute and Katmai.
The tender reported that at last re-"
ports the eruption had ^ceased. ���  but
* sharp sparks today caused a renew-
sharp  sparks have  caused  a renew-
It- is impossible to get any details
but ,the tender- brought word that
when it last heard the village of Uyak
on Kodlak Island was safe. j It was
reported previously that 'thi-s was
destroyed and It is now hoped all settlements on this island escaped without damage other than getting a covering of volcanic ashes.
. There is. some apprehension over
ihe fate of Afognak Island, which ties
between Kodiak Island'" the Katmai
volcano. No word has come from
The entire atmosphere of Alaska
seems charged with gases, vegetation
everywhere, being killed during a
sharp drizzle.
Chemists declared the rain seemed
to carry a strong charge of sulphuric
Wherever the rain touched vegeta-
. tlon lt blighted It.     Even Iron frames
of buildings were slightly eaten.
.It is impossible at this time to get
an accurate estimate of the'damage
**m    ���is'ivvi.l-.n**    **��<���*    *-*. *. ����� f *�����.*���*. ��    ���'����*'*..^-**'       tlTJr" ���
���w*    AA-hi-wi-suvA-*    Ksa.   |i-ji m/uu   u-Ciini/UtG*   oiiiitc
lt has been Impossible to approach
the vicinity of the volcano. It is believed, however, the'property loss Is
tremendous and hundreds * of lives
;   lost.' ,
Miss Malecka  Pardoned
London.���The Daily
Warsaw correspondent "announces
that Miss Malecka has been pardoned
by the Czar.
She will receive a passport and be
escorted Oil a train by the police to
the frontier, and not ' permitted to
return to Russia.   . _   .  < -����-.
The Russian high court has -ordered the return to her English" sympathisers of 20,000 roubles, raised by
them   as  bail.
Miss Maieeka told the correspondent she would make her home and
find work in England, the land of her
The Chronicle congratulates' the
Czar's government on Miss Malecka's
speedy liberation, aDd says this action will foster more cordial feelings
than ,ever between England and Russia. ;
This annointing oi Jesuss by a pen-   ,
itent woman is recorded"only by Luke.  *"'
Thjgre is  another anointing later  ln>\
His'' ministry   which Is ^recorded   by
 ��� 0���.���������ti^   ���������.*  ~..   ,..,���- ��,���..,��� ,,--; ,,���  n���* tVl(. ct��� f-ctir.ni Matthew, Mark and, John, but not by
nipeg to lead the procession, at the are being used up, and thestatistical                                              *RPthwT,v     aWn '
Wiscon��n ^ta**-* Fan*  ts nutiv .-i^n-*.,* position-v/his-ji for several weeks dur- i-Hse.    inat was    ar    Kprnany.    aua
  in.<? April and May kept steadily grow- ���"���"    "--
from Milwaukee to the effect that the
Dominion immigration authorities
were planning a great demonstration
of Canadian, products with the 90th
Cameron  Highlanders   band  of   Win-
al operators lack enthusiasm, welting
probably until further developments
show more plainly what the future
has in store for the market. In the
meantime supplies of old crop wheat**
fi IHG4
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FOR    JUNE 23,  1912   /        ~* ;~'"
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Text of ,the Lesson, Luke vii, 36-50.',
iWemory Verses, 37, 38 or 40���Golden  Text,  1  Tim. ��� 1,  15,  R.V.���Corns' -
mentary   Prepared   by   Rev.   D.   M.'
Fishing Vessels Destroyed by Volcano
Seward, -  Alaska.���Passengers    on
the mail steamer Dora, which has arrived from the westward, after pass-
by W. J. White, inspe-etor of Domin
ion immigration a'gencios In the
Ujiited  States, who is in the capital.
The report in question states that
to offset Wisconsin's refusal to grant
space to a Canadian exhibit on the
fair grounds, Canadians have determined to organize a proctssion of
horses and wagons loaded with Canadian produce which would eclipse
anything attempted in Canadian advertising on the other side.
"We have no ^mention of making
ourselves obnoxious by any such
undertaking," said Mr. White. "As
a matter of fact. wff*have not yet applied for space at the fair and we
hope from past experience thatVhen
we do apply we will not be refused.
"We recognize that the fair board
has a legitimate right to refuse us if
they wish; vr-e have been refused in
other places before and in every such
Instance we" have merely fixed up an
attractive exhibit in our office.
"We realize that a refusal is the
best kind of advertising we can get.
"The report in question was based
on the fact that the Northern Wisconsin .Development League, which
has a lot of land for 'sale in the state,
had suggested that Canada should not
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AJC     HflAJrVOAA      t/A7     A.A/AAJ A.C L.C     A I,     (.AlC     A43.AA       All
advertising its lands. But so far as
I know the fair board has ��&%! nothing to do with It."'
ing in" favor* of the bear side, has'this
week turned decidedly bullish. Last
week the world's shipments from exporting to imDortinK cuunU'iec totalled 9.S68.000 bus against 13,536,00 bus.
fpr the previous week and 16,584,000
bus. for the same week last year."
The quantity on ocean passage decreased for the week 3.998,000 bus.
leaving the aggregate quantity 56,192.-
00O bus., compared with 58,872,000 bus.
a year ago. ' The European visible
supply decreased 3,440,000 bus. last
week compared with an increase of
3.400.000 bus. last year and the total
is now 103.032,000 bus. against 97,200,-
000 bus. a year ago. The world's vis-A
ible supply according to Brad street's
showed last week a decrease of.5.386.-
000 bus. against an increase of 3.134,-
000 bus. a year ago. In the United
States the primary receipts are now
daily less than they were a year ago
and "the primary shipments are larger
and although owing to prices in the
United States being' much above an
export level, comparatively little
wheat and flour can be exported, the
United'State*? visible supply is .being
reduced-lately at a very healthy rate
Mary, the 3ister of Martha, "anointed
Him for his burial. This was "probably  at Nain,  and  the name qf 'tho
I..    -..\f    ��-T*.-."3r��
ings were in the houses of men called
Simon, but the one is called^ Simon
the Pharisee and the other Simon tho
leper.     In today's lesson the woman
washed His feet with penitential tears
them and anointed them. .At-Bethany
Maiy anohited His head as .well  a*s
His  feet, but there is  no Yeeord ol
her washing them.     They are iiiani��
festly two wholly different incidents'"'
at different tirnes   and    in    different
places,    but Jesus   Christ Himself laths centre in  each, as He is ,in all
the bible, and everywhere and at all   ,
times revealing God the rattier. ����� In,   ,,
our lesson He is in,the house of, on�� *'
who knew Him not nor treated Him
with common courtesy, as we le'arn, '
from the words of Jesus in verses 44-
45, "Thou gavest ine uo water for my '.
feet;  thou gavest me no   -kiss,,    my ���?.
head with oil thou didst,not .anoint.'.* }
At Bethany He was in the house ot;'
those   who   loved  him.   This   Phari- J?
see reminds us of the one in chapter ���, -Ml
xvjii, 11, 12, and in verse 30 of our |
Last'week the decrease was 1,379,000u lesson    chapter    we   read that.- th��
Reports Come From Prospectors Who
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��*>ay    rrcCiuuD    im;,iii    ruuiiu    �����,,.
Fort    Hard
Ottawa.:���News that gold has been
found in the northwest territories at
the head of the Liard river above
Fort Liard has been. received at the
geological survery, bat nothing of an
official mature has yet been ascertained regarding the authenticity of
the reports.
The reports, declared Professor R-
W. Brock, director of the survey,
simply come from prospectors' who
have come down from country and
state they haVe found gold. There
has been no rush to the country as
yet, and should not be until something more official is known.
Mr. Brock also stated that 30."parties from the geological survey had
already gone out to different parts
of the country for survey work.
Ten more would be seat out within
the next few days. v.
In past years me ha""-e only had j starvation. For some time now ths**
about 30 parties in the field, he said, have'lbeen living upon flour and what
but the work is developing. - and we 1 game has fallen in the ���wav of their
ll-e- !��A4�� ^^qI. AA, SAJ.W;
fl-.*- w_a���_4 ������1^^_,^
A>AA��2      AAUbUJU.      V AAl\.t&AA\",
eral small fishing villages on the
shore of Shilkoff Strait may have been
destroyed by the eruption.. The revenue cutter service at Unataska has
been asked to send assistance. Three
slight earth shocks have been recorded on the seismograph at the University of Washington, indicating that
the volcanic disturbance in ,southwestern Alaska, which bas agitated
the' instruments in the observatories
throughout the United States in the
last three days, is still in progress.
Falllere�� to Confer  Medal of Honor
on'Explorer "
Paris,.-���The amphitheatre of the
Sorbonne has been definitely chosen
by the Geographical Society for the
solemn<��recoption to Ronl,d Amundsen
discoverer of the south pplp, tho first
���week In Ootober. under the. presidency
of the ministers of the marine and
pUbllu   liidii'miuuii.
:���:��� Amundsen will also bo received
by President Falllores, who will coii-
fety 6\i'Wiii tlie decoration of a grand
ollloer of the Legion of Honor.,
Squatters Starving
Peace River Ci-ossing,- Alta���At
Hudson's Hope, in the Peace River
country, a number of pioneer squatters are eagerly awaiting the arrival
of the steamboat ''Peace River." Their
food supply is running very low, go
low th��t they have felt the" pinch of
find we need more now. This is altogether outside of the parties which
have gone out on ethnological exploration under the ethnological
branch of the feurvey.
Hon. Duncan .Marshall  Believes Railways Will be Tied up Again
Ottawa.���That the west next season may have to face a grain blockade fully as serious as that which prevailed last season, is the opinion of
Hon.   Duncnn   Marshall,   minister  of
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Mr. Marshall bases his predictions
on the fact that present weather condition!? indicate that the yield in the
west thlr year will be quite as great
as it was last year. There are, he
says, more than 15,000,000 bushels
still to be shipped from the west, and
he considers that the handling of it
will take'up the greater part of the
Bummer.       .
Mr. Marshall states thnt the full
rolling stock of the railways /will be
utilized throughout the summer in tho
handling of tho western,crop of last
season, and that on tlilB account the
repairing of the rolling ��� stock for
next season will be a problem of great
traps and rifles. All the meagre
doling of rations will be over just
��e soon as the steamer an Ives, for
she is carrying stores and provisions
and supplies of all kinds. " She left
this point recently on her trip
to Hudson's Hope.
French'    Scientist  Clalnyi    He    Can
Artificially Extend "Existence
Paris.-���Thero In considerable dls-
cuuBlon among scientists ln'.Franco hi
regard to tho announcement of Professor Motchnlkoff, of tho Paeteur In-
utltuto, that ho is studying the offont-
lvenoos of a microbe called "glycob-
actor" au a provuiitutivu of old ugo,
' Professor Armand Qautior, who Ib
i\ member of tho Academy of Soloncns
a* well an tho Academy of Medicine,
una Fiuiobuuj iit'i iiiimi, wuii'* auiuii- j
ting iuttTcuL iu I'roioHHOi' AloU-lmi-
koff'*, HLiiily, are Inclined to Its practicability.
Profonsor Motchnlkoff snya he has
found a beneficent m'lerobo in the
intestines of a dog which, If Implant-
ed in tlio intestines of man, would
probably gonerate outflolont sugar to
dMtroy tho human Intestinal ml*
orobos, which are reHponslblo for the
mnlndl'-'t"* of old w���*���*������.
Modify Sentences on Suffragettea
London.���The sentences on the
mllitartt BuffragottoB Mrs. Pankliui'st
and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, joint editors of "VoteB for Woman" wero
modified by Reginald McKenha. homo
secretary, and the prisoners will fin*
Ish as flrnt-claoB misdemeanants the
terms.'Of nine months' Imprisonment
to which they woro condemned at tho
Old Bailey hohhIohh cm May HZ, instead of serving an ordinary criminals,
The labor 'members of the house of
aommons had been pressing tho homo
searotary for some tlmo to grant the
' suffrage tics tho prlvllejio of political
New Zealand Likes Our Autos
Ottawa.���That Canadian made au-
tos are growing In .popular favor in
New Zealand is a statement made ln
a report to the Trade and Commerce
Department agent of that country. In
1909 one firm which makes lqw priced
''".ro ai,}pped 19 cars to New Zeaiimu.
In 1910 the number was increased to
95 and for the year which closed on
March 31, no less than 366. At the
time the report was written, 192 Can-,
adian made automobiles were enroute
to Australia. One shipment of - 8
cars made from Montreal represented
a value of approximately ?100,000.
May Get Back Captured Cannon
Ottawa.~-The Bunkers 'Hill Monument Association of Boston, backed
by the Massachusetts Historical Society, has made a request of Colonel
lion, Sam Hughes for the return of
the old gun captured at Bunker Hill
by the English in 1770.
For many, years lt has been nt the
eltadtil In Quebec. It is possible in
view of the peaqo centennary tho gun
might bo roturnod.
Hon.    George-    E.    Foster    Enthuses
Over Growth of Canada at
Luncheon r
London.���Hon. Geo, E. Fdster was
a guest at a luncheon of. the Jtoyal
Colonial Institute ~ at Fishmonger's
Hall, the gathering including- many
in-Tcantiie and commercial magnates
and most bf the leaders of the London Canadian circles. Earl Grey,
presided, and Foster's was the only
speech. He spoke for half an hour,
sketching the wonderful rise of the
Dominion, and the gathering -was unmistakably impressed.. . "We may
have gone wrong according to Cob-
den's theories, but by George, we've
got results." was one of his strikhig,
phrases, and another was "I wish
somebody would buy the word 'emigrant.' When a man leaves Britain
for Canada he has simply moved."
In an eloquent peroration, FtB,ter
appealed for combined wisdom and
experience, to the end that 'all parts,
of the empire" be brought together.
"Within the last 25 years the empire
has outlived its organization," said
the distinguished Canadian. - "Sh'all
we lie down and say we are "unable
to make ��p organization -which, shall
keep this empire one.'1
i - i
Boosting Farm Congress
Ottawa.���Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture in the Alberta government was in Ottawa in connection with the World's Dry Farming
Congress to be held in Lethbridge
this summer. He 'will discuss the
approaching congress with the federal governments and-provincial government with the .object of securing support for the congress. ��� At a "recent
session of Parliament a vote for the
encouragement of the congress was
included In the estimates.
buS-j.   coiik3a-re'i   witn   saa,   iix\j.\:xio.oK;  v��a.
929.000 bus. fpr the same week last
yeai, and the total United States visible now is 30,847,000 bus. against 26,-
838.000 bus. a year ago, or only 4.000,-
000 bus. larger while in the middle- of
December last the aggregate vas 28,-
000.000  bus. larger than it stood  at
a year previous.      While flour trade
Is still called dull the stocks of wheat
at Minneapolis are decreasing heavily
and in the last few days the millers-
there  have  been | stirred  up  by   Duf
luth shippers buying cash wheat from
Minneapolis elevator people for shipment to millers Iii Ihe casterii ��.Gv��G.
In connection, with this phase of the
trade it is reported  that the Washburn. Crosby Co.,  who have a large
mill  at Buffalo.   N.Y., have    bought
from Canadian dealers, a - cargo    of
300,000 bus. of Manitoba 1 Northern
which they have shipped  from Fort
William to their mill at Buffalo, either
to be milled in bond for export, or to
be used for their domestic trade by
mixing with the United States wheat.
In the latter cast%they would have to
pay a duty of 25c per bushel on it,
but the Manitoba wheat is of superior quality and the first cost of it 40c
to 15c per bushej under the price pf
Duluth 1 Northern, so that for mixing
purposes    ' -to    ��� make      Into      flour
.for      the ���-,   United    States    domestic trade, It may be practicable at the
present   time   to   use   the   Manitoba
wheat to a moderate extent in spite
'of. havirife the duty to pay..    There is
_-Aia.risee suu lawyers    rejected    tu,s i
counsel of God against themselvt-B." j
In chapter xvi. 14   it- is psid'ftliat th.** i
Pharisee derided Him and His teach* .
ing."    Re went wherever- He could-do *
good and heal a sin sick soul or a
diseased body, never thinking of Him- ^
self or of His  unkind treatment by   [
others.     He did not hesitate to toudr-
the world In any form for its good,   '
but Ha  was as separate from it as
light  from  darkness.      He  came, to
save   sinners,   to  seek  and   to  save
the lost, aDd, inasmuch as He Himself "
said, "Theresa joy in the presence' ojf. '-
the  augeis  of God over one  sinner '
that repenteth,"  (Luke xv. 20).     He
was no doubt  full of joy  when he *
found anv one like this woman, or the* "
woman pf Samaria, or Nicodemfis, or '
Zaccheus, or the penitent thief .willing to be saved.      Perhaps she,'had '
/beard  His  "Come unto me", or  His
wordi. to another,  "Daughter,  be  of *
eood comfort;   thy faith hath  made"
tis.ee whole"  (Matt. xi. 28;,   ix. ��� 22).
Somehow she had heard and believed
and  had   wasted, her opportunity" to .
thank Him.     Now it had come within her reach and .she heaitatedv.to do :
all that was in her heart- It mattered-,
not io her that the. house "was that
of Simon the Pharisee; "she was not
th'-nking of either Simon or his house,
but of just one person who had made
her blind  to all but Himself"      She
knew Jtier sin better, than Simon did,
and so did He to whom she had now
T4r��w   u-niici".*,   p|j(��>| - ���'���4aoj.fi   Q.TM"!
nothing much new in regard to;grow-1 sueTdevoTion, ana   how ��� refreshing'-
ine   crons    outside    -*���*    **���*-*    "~**-j ���
Cunard Co.'a Generosity
London.-f-The Cunard Steamship
Company has declined to accept any
remuneration for the salvage bf the
pusHOiigoi'B of the Titanic by tlio Car-
pathia, The White Star Company
has presented $500 to Captain 'Arthur
ROHtrnn, of tho Cnrpnthia, and $2"i0
each to, tho surgoon, purser and chief
steward. Tho roH't of the member**
of the crew of tho Carpathla, receive
���a month's pay.
Know* of No Trade Relations
London.���In tho l-louso of Commons
tho ColonlaJ Soorotary, Hon. Lewis
Harcourt, replying to J. Norton Oilf-
���nthn. said ho was unaware of ' any
trudo   negotiutionn    between Canada
���     ������������i ���*�������� i jpi%
*4-.*i>u    ���*-��� (w a axatAaattt ��� * * \*       **.�������**        *,���**..���� nm
"homo government had rcr.olvud no
general proposals for a whole Empire
"nr��-if<>rontlal tariff.
Road Ready for Crop
Cobalt, ont.���Mil lor it. W. Lnonard,
chairman of the TriuiHOoiitluental
railwiiy uoiiuuiiiuluii, ufU.-r a li'i'i oVur
tho road said that with tlio construction or 180 mllos moro of road,
tho line will be completed to Winnl*
pop. 'Vbo*'-*. !����� !* poM!*!blllty that
this will he 'accomplished In time t,o
permit of moving of grain westward
from Manitoba thin full, carrying it
southward from Ooohruno on the To*
ronton und Northern Ontario line.
nm  i   *���<
Church Union Spectacular
Winnipeg.���AddvonHlng  tho   An**U-
can   Synod   ot   lliiport's   Land,   Rev,
G. Thomuloe, Blidiop of Algoma, iiimlo
an nttnek upon church union. /
"At tlie  most,"  lie huhI, "It, would
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The BlHhop aleo made a pica for
Earl Grey'* Dinner
Loudon.'���Lord Strathcona, Hon
Andrew Bonar Law. loader of tho opposition, and Sir .tor*. Hold, wore pro-
sont at. a dinner tnnderod by Earl
Grey to Count-Muttornlch, tho retiring Gorman Ambassador. Count Mot*
tornlch Iiuh boon German Ambassador to tho court of St. James Hlnoe
Y Monument-, to Alexnnder III
Moscow.���A. monument to Alejcan-,
dor 111 waiuuuvollod by tlie emperor
ln tho prooonco of two* score momberH
nf tlm iUillia.:: f.iiiiSlv' nm1 ilinniliitltikiH
from ilulKiiria, Sorvlu and all parts
of RuHOla. Soventy-nina wreath**
wort, liild on tho monument.
Acreage ii^der Crop
"Vancouver.��� Vice-President Biiry.
of the C.P.R., ln an Interview, said
that although spring has been rather
backward, it Is estimated that there
are 18,2000,000 acres under crop in
the three prairie provinces, 2,00*0,000
more than, last year. There are 10,-
500.000 acres of wheat this year.
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Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by
Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Juiio 5th.*--On the last
day of May thore were some thunder
showers''.somewhere over the drought
stricken parts of Kansas and Nebraska and the report of them caused almost a'panic In the Chicago wheat
pit, so that on the 1st Im-L, although
it \vutt tho usual short trading session
of a Saturday, closing prices showed
a decline of 2c from the previous day;
Other. United States markets dropped
,1c to lMc. By Monday lt .was found
that.Instead of a rainfall that, whouid
havo broken tho drought, thoro had
only boon local showers ln Isolated lo*
cit-UUea. Heat aud drying winds foi-,
lowing closo on tho showers, eviipor'
n^ed tho mnlRturo and little practical
.benefit.'resulted. Tho. markets havo
therefore resumed their h-flllsh tone
nnd tho decllno on Saturday was all
recovered on Monday and was somc-
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X4A4AA.      AAA.lAA-U       I A/       ,�� DBIUI Illt.V ��� JIJUU.V,
.liowm'u*, Hit- louo ib <|iiii'Li.'r and nm
fooling Homewhat. nervous nnd prices
havo closed at about tin.1 huuio tlguro
Its, on Monday, and Ue to le under
tho prices of ono weolc ago. On our
Winnipeg market thore has bcon^a
; fluctuation, or about liic during the
week/under the influonnii or tho
changes In tho United States mark-
otH, but cloning pri.H'H for Iho rulure
dellvoiioB on our option  markot for
��V ,AII.. ��Mrt��.      (.,.....      ...      III*.      IHIIIOC     IH*      W,.M
to  retire from  tho Canadian  I'uclfie
to becomo proaldent and manuiiiir of
harmony between tho oant mid woHt. I n reported bank merger.
Sliaughnesisjy Denied Rumor
Montreal.���Sir  Thnmnn  Rhiuufhnon-
��y today Htaiod thore   was   not   tho
it******       liO-li^       li-Mi-W       -��-.��.��    ��sl
oally the huiuo as thoy \Vero a week
npo todny. From tho dully roportf
rocelved IL iIooh not iiocm au If tUerw
had been any Improvomont In the
Wt'iithor ln KiuiHiiM un.l NobriiBka and
Ollttrt   it    lot    of   whoiit    thnt    ll����    lio.^n
fluffcrlng from boat and drought, in
���now . ;>;v.',i, su' gt'i.nu;', paat, Uio .-.rr.f,',..
at which abundance or rain would lm-
provo It to any extent worth connl<l
erlnjj.     We are told of tloldn of whrat [Port Arthur.   ?
of the United I
States. . Our own Western Canadian
crop is generally supposed to be in
a- nourisning condition out in our opinion " we continue to have too much
cold and wet weather. The low
quality of much of the seed UBed,
especially in Saskatchewan, is liable
to cause considerable disappointment
as the season advances and reveals
tho results and the weather we are
having aggravates this condition. In
Eastern Canada the weather has also
been unfavorable by too much rain
and in Ontario it is reported that a
good'deal .of the  winter wheat has
uuCu    muiri    ,viiit-.u. ah   i'juiu|iu      tut;
Wheat crops seem to maintain about
an average prospect.
Our Winnipeg market has been*
quiet , but firm and in the loc.t few
days the demand for cash? whfcat has
Increased and today there was a good
Inquiry for wheat for export. The
movement from the country is lighter
than It was and the shipments cast,
from Fort William and Port Arthur
are heavy. The stonks in store at tho
lake .store terminals - are comparatively large being 7(800,000 bus. But
three-fourth,s of the quantity is low
grade wheat under, throe Northern.
High grade wheat Is:.,conspicuous by
its scarcity there being only T99.797
bus. of 1 Northern, aiid 72B.031 bus.
of 2 Northern, n't Port William and
Port, Arthur. The 3 .Northern foots
up 1.115,702 bus. . So far the percentage of high grade wheat coining
from the country In the last .mouth
Is no higher .thnn It'.lias been all
winter and wo do not expect the proportion to Increase materially In what.
la, still to ship out; ��� Today's cash
nrloow are: 1 Nor., 104-^c! 2 Nov.,
in.%0; 3 Nor.. 97'4c: No. 4 wheat,
8a%o'; No. B. 72Ma;'.No. 6, 02c; Food
CC.Vic; No. 2 AlWM'iu. Xlvd Wlnl.Hr.
97��4e; No. 3, A.R.. 9ri%o- No. 4 A.R..
87Vic: Fntnros clocod July lOBUc;
Oe.. 98c. ?,������...-������
Tho ont markot hn�� boon rather
oaoler since May wont out, but thero
la an oxcollont domnnd for the food
grades, Shipments from Fort William and Port Arthur nro honvy t\r\A
Ri-nrli-R ���bnfo nro H[*/!it. A c.nrr.li.ov
able miantlty have gone for export
since Luke navigation oponpd and
the ;bnckwardnc*BH of tho season In
EaBtorn Canada, following the small
crops of la's!, year, keeps up a good
demand from that direction. T^lay'o
oaflh prlcos aro: No. 2, Camullan
WoHtorn. 43%c; No. 3, C.W., 41V-c;
Ex. 1, Fd.. 4VAc; 1 Fd., 421,4c: 2 Fd..
4t),/ic.     Tho July future clouod 4Gc.
Thoro is pracllcnlly nothing doing
In barley and prlcoi- aro not iniolod.
Slnoe Tvfny wont out tho flax markot
Ih loss firm, but domain! is fair. To-
ilnv'a nvlf>o�� -ivo*  1 "M w    Kino* 1 ��.*/..,
ll*4c; 'Rejected. 180c.     The July fut-
lii'Si   v4A.ir.-u    ii'i'ii.
All prices quoted above* are bnNod
on delivery In store Fort WlUUm und
an  iiiubt ilitve  ueeu    to  ".tmi.
washed, Kis feet With .'tears, but Ks
had washed her soul by His' preci~-UH
l.lond, soon to be Bhed for he.* .    S*'��
her humility at His feet behind'Him;, **
see her contrition, weeping' over His, ,
feet and thinking how'her own had
wandered.'    Some one has said that   .
the essence of her heart was distilled
to bathe His feet and the glory of her.
head unbound to furhlah Him with a
towel.   Had she kingdoms    to    givo ,"
they  would" hav��  been  laid   at  His-
feet, but she did her best, and Ha
accepted.     She did not send by an-
othe*\      Sho ronilpvort' porsonal  gratitude.       She   was   so  occupied  with -
Him thnt Simon's frowns were nothing to her.   Thero la no record of a
word  she  uttered;  but, oh.  how tho
tears, the disheveled hair, the precious (
ointment did talk' foi','her!     She had '
no thought of calling any one?.s attention to h6r; die cared for :np ine's*
opinion, ' she   "was    endeavoring    t?
thank Him.     Ho accepted her?gra;-  ���
itude.    ,He looked at liar.'?���'���"He*.���fpo,lt"-'.-'-i
liar part.  , He spoks to Vor, ,*-.:������.': said?
to her? '"Thy sins are fowtyon." thoy?:.;
ftilth'-���; ha-t.h saved thoe? go , IP; .peace,''���
(verses 48, 6o).    Her name >yo Jmow,
not, -but it is written hi heaven (Luko
x? 20). May the joy of^alus forgiven
.be a reality to un nnd a" w^iole" souled
devotion to Illm ho 'soon tn '"'onr' il-illy
Hvob.     Simon thought thai, he knew
her, but thnt Jesus did not know her,
whereas   Jesus   knew   both   of ��� them
as they did not know 'themselves. Ho
would havo saved Simon nn readily as
Ho, did the woman if Simon; had con-'
foHsed himself.a slnhor, but there is
noither salvation nor a   Savloui*   for
flolf' righteous people,     TTo camp not ���.
to oall the righteous; those who think
they are rlghtooun, but for all; who
know - themselves sinners  and   bank-'
rupt there Is salvation.     Many who
aro called Christiana eeom nuvor to
hav��? boon forgiven much,  for thero
ia no devotion to Him in their Uvea.
How very  different the dovotiou of
this one, or tho woman of Saniarla,
or Paul, or. Peter or John J     Why aro
wo not coiiBtralnod by Rucli lovo as
j iilo"        Dv>  Vii   kiioW   Iliui?     ���.,.,.
Local GoveriiuiBiit tb A'sslat1'
Calgary���Tho Provincial Government, has offered to give $20.00(K to.
ward asalstlng tho pooplo of Fra'tllc t��>:
move to a new locution provldoa{thta
tho Dominion Government elvesy*J*."*.��
Oito. ��� ��� '��  ���
The province beHeves thotii iho
groator ;.*oni>onHHilllty rests with' the
Dom'nlon. Such action wtif�� doelded
'��;:>���*:; Ll* tb':, *.;DV:rnmrr.t lici'r.    ';
To  Protect   British   lnvi-f*>tni-��'
Loudon,---Tim  CuiimiIan    Chaipber
of Commerco in London, with a view'
to nrnU'clliiK    land    InvoutorH,   -from
tern townii. have fttilc��A)-':t.h<n'''>te<^lniV''
iiniin lituviiiiK iitirti in unnnrtinn !r��!id
to pledge tl.ojriwoivon to rofuae to sell
unltvm Uio plans follow   certain   Aa*
tuiliid couJUIoUij. ,
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,��|wpa��A��rw*��Wrd|fAi������W��.����,.^��av4iui.j 'i*  M?  -���������titimti  .;^w'>:\i  ' m^\ iWNMWS^W^^mMM  LOCAL AGENTS   FOB  Ford,   Mitchell,   Oakland, Oldsmobile,  Russell .Cars.  Stickney Gas, Engines and Flanders  Motor Cycles. Pump-Jacks, Pumps  and. Water Tanks,  "Repairs i'or Bicycles, G*>s Engines  and Motor Cars.  THE KOOTENAY GARAGE OOIViRANY  R.B, BEVAN   MANAGER ORESTON BRAN OH  tftfVAAAKVVWV^VWvVV^������VVVVVVW*ii)**i  I "TS* & fl Fhih*A:iti-'".: -llwipli oi^ % h n n  11 no yi'ooiiin is! uui oiiuii  I Billiards and Pool  * j^i^njn   f^OOSU   "^.s^-sSsa.  1 v ������  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold  Baths  At Any Hour  Church  Notice's  Razors  Ground and Set  if**  5 tiA'Tf  l*f\'l  a a_  ��������� f  B I  ��������� Ski  ��������� I K4S������ha wsj,  rillil  B     I  |"|J|  METE[OIHHT "-CUTR1 U  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning  Evening   -  M., Ul... l-t-������   G..U.V..1  You are welcome to  11:00 a. in.  7.30 p. ni.  ���������i.*aiN ������.  ������.,  tarry With us.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  ^  \XKj3S  X&  m  1   orifiP-e?  vas  PPl7CriVTl.M4l  A NT  i-itsiT^juriia  VAAV^v^   -aa.  Service every  Sniulav   at   11 a. in.  ���������A" &,' M  VI\/3  ^^ Vl'f  I-     ���������        i#       %���������       I ���������   Smmmm ������������������. fc^-r   5  Sabbath Sohool at 10 a. m.  Adult  Bible  Class at close of even-  ins service.  W. <������. Blake  at  PROFESSIONALS  ^���������sees*������ e-^  CHAS. MOORE, C.E,  gO, X*ahb Sosvbyob ahd Abchttbcx  Plana and Specifications  CRESTON -     ���������-.     .-  ���������a-  *&  it  iBesi ������entisiry  ?  ������*���������*  -*������B-rr������*r������r cimvm ������a cr>sir*>>   ������������������ -ctr *jf~w������  t������^ai7y������(������v������>-i styi c%^^  I  . -sa  11*  LSMt tbirtv davs  #*  B.C.^1 I will give  ten  percent ������  ���������*?>  j,? {    S. The load, of fruit is more evenly  ������������������ I Vlistt'ibuted aiid *chis is ������. vcr***" iiii*-*o*.'-  m ined; ^&the 'isia-pij5iy,jOT.:iafeQ^ ^^^t^i?? jfe  thinning sh^  with tboieYyai^^^  adyauped,?''.'.^  and peaches are'thinned>-,;wlien-':;';iiiS'6'tifc>  . -,. ; ������������������.:-���������. ������������������:.'������;::- -'���������::.'���������; '���������:--:v,.-'r;?:-:^:,---.vr^,'-*H{v-v|:-,^:v;:':;.<  the size? of A hiclcory "nut,; and;the tninj-;,  n ing should ��������� be completed' bet^e? thev  are double thajfcste^  plums the work should be commenced  as soon as possible after the dropping,  famili'-vly known as "the June Drop,"  is over.  Apricots, cherries,  and crab-apples  are not; usually  thinned hy hand, because the crop which they are to bear  is a reasonably certain quantity, and  can  he  controlled to a greater extent  than in  th'- larger fruits by   proper  pluming.    Tin* Haiinu   ps-mit:  ami   iho  peach plum *jro not usually thinned  because normally the sot of fruit of  tho������i- varieties is nob great enough  co  warrant the expenditure.  How TO THIN*  To sot villus for thinning  is   oven  more diiiivuit iiian for pruiiuing.   Tho  frnit  crowor nv.tst chitoi'mimi for him-  self just how much crop the tree will  be able to carry.   Much depends on  the variety, tho ago of tho tree, its  vitality,  the soil,  cultivation ''lunate  ���������Hid dihts'sof*.    Under equal conditions  tho Winosup may be thinned to,  say,  "* iiic'lst'-s*, where the jfoiuithuii would  bd to *H or 7, and tho Northern Spy to  S.    By ouo rnlo which is practised to  6OU10 extent, uio grower sizes up the  conditions and determines how many  boxes of fruit the tree should carry. It  is a small matter tli������������n to determine  how inauy fruits there should be left  on tho tree.  Another rule which might be taken  iu connection with the previous one is  to. thin plums to about 2 or 3 inches;  peaches, ���������! fco 8, depending on the easiness of the variety; pears and apples  5 to 7 iuches apart. In thinning pears  and apples, it is only with early varieties that move than one should be left  be left on ono fruit-spur, and with  these early varieties part of the crop  may he removed in one  picking and  fl\x* K������, i,������������Ar������*A lol-AAi.        \Vifl\    ������7in|-A.i������   vnrii.  eties of apples it is a good rule to leave  fruit only on each alternate spur,  to  *ir-. ���������������������������������������������;������������������������������������������������������*-.''^  ���������''W^'i'i?:-''*! "^  !'''������,.';$&?j^  ^^~''"''Y:YY-''i'-^''"*?'''5'''^  YOU Want FORSUIlMERWear  SL-<ca.*ji������CiS   a c%xm vcin^"^  ... i *  Oxfords    *    -a  V V    ajBLAS.'-W.  vail"  fords  ^tm  x*mx _  _     _ _  ai * -   m      s a s s  Jt\   S    I m'M B-  mm  ^  Hisses, Childrens,   Boys, Youths   and  Hens  V\/l/l .      "  x^jij Canvas, Rubber and Leather Soles in  ������        BALS OXFORDS & RUNNING SHOES  X\ flit  ���������a? ������������������-������������������  ������������������ . . .   ,  &'*&&. A.SREERS&&  /v������\ * '  m  ������������  @v  *n  ^  BB  ���������  Minister  DENTISTRY  xr     "S3*   XTATt    T>   TV <5  g discount  KSXJL. CfcAX  V WJ.  XV  it  ������ you bring this announcement.  Office   over YPrahk Parks Hard-ware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  Bn Ca,  GUY LOWENBERG  Oou-@i7i.ting Engineer  CRESTON     -       -  T5 ^*  Xi.\si  "3U**������  -a-.  Ob  '������'  Iir,luS. Eastman  aiiowaraSp-Asiiv'SSaSb.  w  taut feature in preventing ��������� the break  ing down of trees.  o  r,'l-./,   /.^..>4-    ~4?  ������^:A1^-.^^. J��������� 2-1 1-  ir.v  wjiv ux j^iuiwiu^ x������   uujjisiu.tjrni>-  eai  Ifetnon.  ursBrios  jL&m     *L#������  & r*r%ili i  XXli um   LJ.ccS Sic xj.iau.je \j-j.u\Vxj. ajjiij. guaiSuiccu uj. u.*  txr_ ~, ^.���������  VV c cS.i i"y  ^11     4-1. ������.  3.x 1  kuc  ^���������^.^^SSS^S������^^^^^������������-1������^^^^^  OKELL, YOUNG &co.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  W~   ������������������'    -:       ��������� :"-'��������� .    8  I  ������VIVf*ll       ���������*������.     Irfi^ ������  1 CRANBROOK  -B.C.   1  Tho  Funeial Director  ly reduced and the labor of picking i.*>  divided more evenly over the season.  This is an important advantage where  I the supply of labor is * deficient in  picking time. Costs of grading and  packing are also much lessened.  10. Less fertility  is removed  from  the soil.   A ton of apples -takes  out  approximately  1.2 lb. of nitrogen, 1.6  lb. of potash, and 0,6.1b. of phosphoric  icid. A ton of pears removes the same  imount of nitrogen.' and about twice  The  \  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  -   B.C./.  i Before Letting  rho ffmttsict  *������**^��������� / **���������>'        jsjj^risjr ss*������'"sr*������i  w w  -r  For tho 'Miildtng of your New  House, Store, Ofllce, Workshop  or other building, write or end  on me. Estimates given on all  kindu of work.  /JJJ14lJIAti1I|SjjTi1������JjIfJfJS^SJSJHSJMSjk^^  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charge* reasonable and satisfaction  g-iiaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  MEWSPHiWG FASHiOMS1  All the Very Latest Styles iu Ladies' Hats,  Trimmings,  Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   READ.Y-MADlii  WAISTS  N������w LiiK?s of Ladies and C hiltl  reus'   Stohkinga arid Wearing  Apparel Huitiibkvto Uio Si';imoii,  Mrs.  fl. YOUNG  i i-s much of the other elements,  I   ecus   take   i/tlt-   yrettu    nuiiv    oj.    uieSe  ���������".unounts, the pnlp of the fruit taking,  but a small portion. As the number  of seeds is roughly in proportion tb  the number of apples, and not to their  size, tbe removal of fruits leaves a  much greater supply of plant-food for  the balance of the crop, for the growth  of the trees, and in the soil;  11. The tree is less liable to winter  injury. The ripening^ of the heavy  crop di-ains the vitality of the tree, so  .cavii.-^ iu in a pOuj" oiiuipu co >vjtxisLanu  the winter.  12. One of the most important results of thinning is'that the trees will  bear a larger and more uniform crop  the following year, Tho tendency  towards biennial hearing is materially reduced, much depending in this  however, on tho variety.  For various reasons then, thinning  helps materially to (secure the maximum duty from tho tj'ee.  ���������WIIKN TO THIN*  Ah  soon as the crop can he detor-  ........*,->.^ "*    rt~.���������,-s-i    I-,.-,���������,*-i/v A    vi������^v  flljCl.41.1 laj^C      AAA.AAAA.fA       AJCJ.AA A.J^,. **-        ' ^  import-int point is that the centre apple of the cluster, and not one of the  side apples, should remain. fruit  spurs vary greatly in size and vitality;  the best spurs bear the. best fruit; the  weaker spurs should be-given a chance  to develop into strong ones before the   4. ,,     ���������^^~*  UCAll   J,������3A1,A   C     A-AU|J. j  It is unlikely that any fruit grower  will thin too much; it is quite certain  that, most growers will not thin  enough'. While the average man may  know, about thinning, he is short the  nerve necessary to carry it out. Most  of the growers in British Columbia  have not yet had enough experience  to realize the difference in profits on  large and small sizes. Those men who  ���������see the situation clearly a red who recognize the fundamental necessity for  adequate thinning should use their influence by getting their neighbors-to  take it up.        Y  to name.  suited to this district.  on three-year-old whole roots  JL*C*AVaIJ.U^  JLXXKJ&K*  varieties  Our specialty is budded stock  "For further narticnlars aonlv totrvnr local Ao-p-sitL        ���������*8  ���������  ��������� ������    "JT r -j c*  '  ^ J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. ���������#']  . -As*.. -aA. JXx A. <3>^ Ja. a a a a  ^ A A A A !���������������  Creston %, ������. %. Do  2095"  Meots first  nnd third ThuvmliiyH   in  each month, in Spcer 8  Hull nt, 8 p.  m  ViHitiug Rrethorn cordially Invited.  Georgo Brodoriok, W. M.  Walter Y. ,Tuckn:u, Roc Seo.  sjJ*wsjjsj*l*sWMSjjs^^  WATER NOTICE  We, The Bedlington and Nelson  Railway Company of. Vancouver, B.  C/., by occupation alrailway company,  give notice that we intend on the^th  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  the forenoon, to apply to the AVater  Coinniissione?.' at'his ofillco at Nelsor*.  B. 0. for a licence to take and  use one-half (^) cubic foot of  water per second from an unnamed  spring to be diverted at a point about  IU3.5 above tbe Water Tank.  The water will be used on our right  * I of   way,   for domestic   purposes,    for  '   locomotives and trains.,  A. H. MjVcNkit.Ta,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nelson Railway Company  Dated this llth day of .Time,.1012.  The Riverside Nurseries-  Comprising i20 Acres.  ~���������m   ������������������������������     m    w T-wm ~-w���������*^mjw^ T^r*^ -^^ ^rm  <jrjcAsvisr<Jiax,a, js������ C  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  i AT HOME  I The Riverside Nurseries are the nearest nursery company toCreston and  j have more trees planted in this district than any other company. The  trees are started imder the same conditions lluti, they will have tc mat-tirs  in this Valley.. They can be brought here from the nurseries at Grand  Forks in thriee days by freight or one and one-half days by express. Alt  trees guara-ateed home g'vowo.  75,000 Riverside trees are now growing in the district.  -'���������-".���������"?" '   " ���������-"'-,' .-,  ;-���������:-��������������������������� ,,      ,.,.-'" ���������        --T :���������'-  : ,      :'?'rir:rr��������� .  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������       ^  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  ��������� ' ���������' j. ���������  Painter and D^corMqr  WaUPaper  c.,,:.,...,,^.,.,.,.-  ���������',���������-:- -i������������������:������������������-���������-���������.,r^r~- - '���������rr+zm  Gnlsouiimng, Painting, Papcr-hmging Oarrlago and Sigh Painting.  Let me give you advice and estimates on your work. All work guar?  autead to give satisfnotion.  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  WWW���������MA-gj��������� ^Illl.  i,l,l,AMW���������W.lfllWi'l  m���������ii >mmmm>mmmm, i���������i���������n;--,, i���������������������  g;^':3""'':"--,"**ir?n"TT*f  i  \OROHARDfSTS!  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.  ALOQROV   ,B.C  .  *fL*.*'.rK Tru? FrvvHT  Home-Qrown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Fears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  FORFUL.L    PARTICULARS  I  I  WllITR���������  RIO HARD MHJOMH,  ���������General Mauagi*,*.  on Hkic---  JAM. COM I'TON.  Local AK'*nt,  I  **.4,K* <**&*.  * t   i i  g*g**ff*p*  s  SYNOl'HXS Oli' CANADIAN   -NOHTll-  WRHT   MINING nKtJWLATIONH  OOAtj���������Coal *mlntnK rlRliiH uuiy lio louiicrt  for twonly-ono yoarn, mnowablu at,an iiinnial  rcnt'il of ?1 an novo. Not inoro ilinn '.������,r>(ii> n������-*-  r<!H can bo leimi'il to on'o iiiipllciint, llnyalty  llvn ������!onl.n por ton, In uiiHiirvnyiul turrltory  tlio tract mnHt, ho iitulcod mil by tho upiill  itiint, In porHon, unrt in*rHoniil iipplli'iiilnii to  Ilm Annul or HUb-Aifoiilol' .Doniliiloii I^ihuIh  lor tho illHtrli't, miiHi, In all ciinoh bo liuuln am)  UioriuitaUbr lb" llrHl, yoar nuiHl, bu imld (o  ilm ni'i'iii, M'lthtu thirty Any* uflur jiilng  njiplli'iil Inn  QITAIVI"/ ���������A-prvcon olj'lit'fn yenv - r.f i\jrr  aiul ovor, bavlnir unulo a oiN'-ovcry mi'.y lo-  cat'iiiiitiilui I.������00 ftiotby l,.,l)0. Fi'o, if,,. 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