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Creston Review May 24, 1912

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Ckjb;STQN, iS.U,    ^kxuajT  MAY  24th 1913,  *���������"���������     ~   -;������-s-������������J.T-Ji-*s������\i  fj������',Wf;*fi?;-,';fs������E,-S*a|  ,., .,.*??.. ^ j:-..;:.:6iJ}Jc!������l  OiNCJf F  .Y.,r":^-:T'������Hs:-S':#r;*'^iS^^sw  11 w^i   ihM^.  rfftv jfSt***. KBt.   Kl   f-Mp-alfffit^H.*,-. ������������ ���������  yp-UBini 11L.ii 1  H  H       en  roswn .sab,  id  Says Cost Will Be Small^Will Re������  turn in a Month to Start the  Survey������-Creston's Rapid Growth  Assured.  That the flats can be reclaimed and at a moderate expense was made certain by the visit of Chief Hydrographer  Gray Donald to this section. He arrived here last Saturday^  for the purpose of looking over the situation to determine  the feasibility of reclaiming the land and the best manner  of starting the work.  H. W. Grunsky, a government irrigation expert, P. B.  Fowler, secretary of Creston Board of Trade, and Guy  Lowenberg, consulting engineer, accompanied the hydro-  grapher on his iavestig-tio-a. By means of a latincli and  automobile, the party covered the territory from Kootenay  lake up the river to the international boundry, spending the  first three daj's of the week on the task, Judging from the  general appearances they say that the work of reclamation  will not be difficult. In about a nionth Gray Donald will  return" to  Creston  and  surveyors  will be set to the work.  The reclamation of these flats means the opening tip of  thousands ��������� of acres of , as rich farming land as there is in  Canada and what this-will do for Creston <ian -oniy-be  surmised.  *** a\ a    a.aaw\auiesi  Mr.   Atkins  of Stethcoua, ^bQ'hj-iB  , 1 '-.  beau setting out an orchard hers i>o������  turned to his home Tuesday. * His? son  will be here soon to rake charge 6f*#he  turjvlr  , ���������Miss Margaret Bnfcterfleld h} ARJ?e-  pared to wake hats and. bonnets 'i&t  women and children. Altering and Remodelling a speciality. ���������> Three yearo  previous experience in* a large London  (England) firm. Charges moderate.  Apply care of Mrs. E. Mailandaine.Cj^a-  fcon B. 6. &���������  a 1_^_  ex .  i-.ii,   -sic is: **--  ���������i���������.3  ������?*���������������*������* Ui*W^J-  merce hare, now of Regina, had hit*, arin  dislocated aad was otherwise badly  bruised  and cut. laht   week when an  r. . . ... >������������������������������.....������-.  ^J..������...,*...  :���������.-_    l.i~  ���������\jx\tvK>iixixx\} xaliCu id iOST D{Sio,X2\f ������V������*6o  bottom land and 40 aores foot hill;' 20,  acres in orchard, all can bo cultivated.  See 0. C. French. *  All water records in this district axe  soon to be investigated at a Bitting in  Creston. All people holding such records  mast make'a claim forthwith on Form  19 which is to be ohtaiued trom the  Government agtut at Nelson.  mil own POWDER  Believing that the greatest liindrance  to the development of Bonner comity is  the high ooBt of removing stomps from  calover lands.the Sandpoinr Commercial  olub proposes to lend its aid towards the  a-,.....,  - _,    n* _������.__.. An**   AAA J..   ,-...U������s������..",.~l-'.... n  BmiUltug Ql. guiuuiyuj.vuu iu ouunuupuvug  from Banner county poopl-*, the money  to bo used towards the construction and  operation of a dynamite  nianufnctnring j  plant.  If $25,000 worth of stock Ib su saribed  for by Bonuorcounty poople before June  1 it Is proposed to orgnni'/.t- the' 'Diamond  Powder Co." with a.onpitnl stock'of $35-  000 divided into 1,250 shares at $:0 each  The dynamite will be sold ut cost to  atookholders of tho oonipany and it is  figured thnt tlio powilor can bo intitm-  faptnrod iit.a cobL of front 10 to i'i pents  per pound,,  Thero tioimiH to bo no doubt In tlio  inlndi of thos*) who ai'ii pi'innoting the  new enterprise but tlmt PufllniDiit j-toolc  Will bo sold to pr.ivltlo for the coustruo  tlon of tho powder pluut. It' tlio plant  is bnllt it will pr ������vi������ a Ht'onf, beunut to  the 'f armors and r.uiohv'va of the en tiro  Oiuntj* 'in th'*ooHfc of. stiitiip powdoi' will  bdredntv.d I'roni U to lOx'-uls 'ierniHiu<l.  ���������-IxjiinniH .Furry 1 lurulil,  Victoria, B.C., May 17��������� George A.  Koefer, aged 76, resident engineer of tho  Dominion public works department in  British Columbia died here tonight. He  entered the Dominion service iu 1872  and waa employed in preliminary surveys of tho Canadian Pacific railway in  the Bocky mountains, lie constructed  the waterworks of the city ot Vancouver.  ���������The best in paints and varnishes'.  BapcoPaint and Berry Bros., Varnishes  for sale at Speers.  -*-     --x  Born, on Thursday, May 16, to Mr.  and Mrs. A. Anderson of Canyon City,  a daughter.  There is still room for about ten more  names to'the petition for a government  library. For the, next few days the  petition will be kept at the Oreston  Drug store and any citizen who has not  done so should go there at once and  Sign it in order thatrit may be sent oi?  and the iinrary installed nere as soon as  possible.  , If it is possible tc obtain them, the  Ladies Guild of Ohriat ohuioh will  serve strawberries at their Empire day  masquerade.  ���������Douglas Villa For Sale.���������Two miles  rem town, 14 aoteS   ami log house.   For  particulars apply to O, Moore, Creston.  The Presbyterian Sunday Sohool and  Congregation are planning a picnic at  Kuscroffc's Grove on Saturday. June 1,  under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary, the adult Bible class and the Sunday School.  ���������FOR SALE���������One fine young Belgium Mare, One Yearling Heifer, One  Buggy, one sleigh, one work harness,  one combination, Potato and orchard  sprayer, hursts snake, one light plough,  one  cultivator  and all the   necessary  ^^m!i'^0^ti5i-p$'4-^^i^  ..... ......?v,. ,-... ���������....,   ,.,..,..c- ,.:..;w:?A-,,;;iBga  ,v--������,.&ft  H. 8. McCreath purchased a fine team  of horses at Port Hill, Tuesday.  A son was born to Mr,  and Mrs. E.  H. Kemp of Erickson on Tuesday.   Yoii "Sfc fl*"S "Aon  <������on<-,    ^tjnnnnf    n+v  The Cash Stork.  Warning to prospectors and free miners ; licenses run ont at midnight May  81.  "Mayor" Little made a step ladder  this week.  ���������Plants for Sale.���������200,000 cabbage,  cauliflower and tomato plants, about  8,u0o of which have been ii-jftiiaylnaiCeu.  Good strong sfcook. Sell in any quan-  fcity.   Mrs. W. S. Rychman.  Port Hill defeated Copeland at baseball with a RRore of 18 to 6 on the 19th.  W. Bradley, Provincial assessor, was  in Oreston the middle of the week. He  will return in two weeks to assess the  property iu this vicinity.  James Adlard has installed a- tele-  phone at his ranoh.   Hia call is 9ic. <  tar m hjuis iOj? jjrxOod otid  owa^r, tiaiuesi  ���������Christie's fresh sodas at 35 cents per  in at Speers.  ���������We are agents for Imperial Clothing  The Cash Store. "    "  j ,���������vvaj.nxu.ui, jj-ire xusnrance Agents  to represent British afire Insurance Company (Board Q&co^cne who can secure  preferred business. Reply-BritiBh care  of The Review,  Creston, B. C.  ���������Mrs. Attridge of Erickson is now  Drepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at the  home of M. R. Palmer. 88-tf  G. P. STQGKSQLD AT $270  New York, May 17���������The World says  this morning: ."The stock.of tho Canadian Pacific rallwn^ sold at   $270  a  share,  an advance of twenty points,  within the lnwt month.    Tho rlso is  supposed  to bo duo to a plan of tlio  company tr> distributiv its ji.Msets  by  doubling    tho   pvofoiit (���������aplt'iU'/.ation  whioh is $237,000,000.   Anotlior reason  for tin*  incri'iuu* ih tho fuel that tlio  rntul has im ������groom on twi^h tho Cana-  illnn   govovnmoiit   to   votluoo   freight.  ratoHYwhonuviT Ibn dividend is rulsod  ivhnvo'vlO per amt.   1'ho t'lirningfl nf  this   company     foi'     sm'oral    yours  have JitHllllod thiki dooroaso.   Tho plan  is to pay hJx'poi* oont upon incroiwod  ciijiltiil, otiulvalont to 12 per emit on  tlio old hUigU."  Mr. aud Mrs. A. J. Swanson and  family, who have been living at Mc-  Gillivray the pant six months moved  back on their ranoh at Canyon City,  Saturday.  ���������Before I had a license I sold shoes  with a profit of 10 per cent now I make  5 per cent.   A. Mlrabelll, Shoemaker.  Chas. O. Rodgers went to Cranbrook  Wednesday on business. .  ���������FOR SALE���������Choice 10 acres of  fruit land, mile and half north of town.  Good two-story resioeace; Water-ton  land; nearly all land slashed, half acre  cleared and planted.. Apply to owner  H. C. Gehrke, Creston,' 29-tf  Ono ot thrt uViit*t dni'tijg roHnnoK in tho  history of Nliigra J^illrf v;;ih made hint  A. Cooper of Wynndel spent Tnesduy  in Oreston.  D. G. Lyous of Canyon City was a  Oreston caller Tuesday.  . ���������. in  ,-  Got yonr flhooq from Mlrabelll.    Now  stock just arrived.   Latent Btyles and  lnwoHt prices in  Creston.    Don't inlss  those bnrgaiun.  M. M. McLean says that there is a  good chance for a man with a gun to  get a couples of bears near his ranch.  Last week he saw three of the animals  oroasing the river on some logs and n  couple of dai s later they made a raid  inhiB yard. . ?    ���������'-.;  O. Adams of Erickson has moved to  Oreston.   wm  , II.^SISIllii���������llW^  S   959   5 s ������ 3 ���������  ���������* ���������B-B-'lta.-.������������������:���������������-���������������. sm in-- %m *i u-*.- s<A-..i^...v: irwi  ���������*������������**" ������***j������*i m\mXw-i*ur:Kmmmmw������S!.z;mimh  ,V;-:L,,-.S,/.;::xi;.'v:-.fo^-Sa*!^i������i������i������iw|  ^mititi^timmmmw:mm  lUHtUINii lOLi'  H������������   m  ���������������������������i'&^iiHiirUiSil.  :���������:-';;���������.��������� ;.":.::i^Yv^P^-w-:Y^#HS|  ���������|'Ki-:i������f~-j*'8l,,  ���������sssss-t, gi !JiS**fcB"9������������*������������*ft      ft.*3'fl*a"B'  :MMuMMmWlw&m  tizMwm-  mm  But   Affirmative |  tnents    Com^i������Prm$i  Separate Ffofcni^i������  t������ll_      X      *.%    _       *r+ ���������*������������������ .���������'���������������*������.''' ������������������"'.(**^r;''C'L������U^'''.1'i>WViYr;!*rt-^.':i*;.;i!  hes taken ovor the j^t������j^^?^vM^iil!;M;  Y09& now seems qwite ces^^s^iiKk^^^y^MM  ithas not been offioi-dly?-'*-^  the O.  P. R.    The s6e*S������^:gBffl^.4^Y^������ift  -.?;��������� ���������- ".������������������-.. .--,; ���������Yr-.-.;^. ���������?T-SY"^uc"-:.-"i;'.V?;v/u^'^^fe  the K. V. are said to liaTO;p^|pa||l|i|^������,  hythe company prior ;-S������ ;^er?jl^^^|i||^  whioh is to take place Snm'^ti^x^i^s^M^M  ;- .-. "- i :':���������.������������������*.---'!,-.'��������� ,*-v;:'"i*ivrt'-Y:,i(4j^^  lowing was printed in theY-Bfel^  News and reports , of ?^|lfeca������w^  were  also publiehed ^??t^^Sjp^|i|^^  papers. ti i??e?-Y������-??Y������$S' " '~"*^~'  .���������'-Vivj-fw:.!  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MoMahon of Chap-  leau, Ont., were gnests at the' homes of  his brother and piste1*, Mr. J, MoMahon  and Mrs. A. Cameron of this oity a few  dayB this wteok..  Bonners Ffcrry,Id^o^^M^^r^  has reached hes e that t^^Cfe^^uai^^pl^^  bifio railway has purchased tha 'EsKjtsisa^:  Valley railway from ^:;f^^::^^^^$^  srs snd that ths operatisa^^ii^^^^SI^^*  o^-er on June 1,-whep *hwn^ti^fi,3������*^li|W  ho ran from Kootenay lak^^?^iti|^Q:i  The Kootenay Valley ^line :,y^s?ii^^|^||  by the Canadian offlw**I**i*'$^  Making several changes here to cbnn������ot  with Spokane Interaa^i^^^  Elootenay Valley" liae[^^^SSo.^^i^^|&  *������ 1 tolaoe to Creat6^-^-0.%S������^M#^^^  This will iiecess-itete:||^aE|||^|^^  route' of   the   Spokaiiii^ij^raSteo^0?pB������|  ,-.-������������������ . Z     .'    s  ���������'" l - ���������'"'��������� '������������������?  v.'���������Protect your garden with poultry  wire.   In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths a  Speers' store.  The Fruit Growers* Union, Ltd.,  have now a telephone installed in their  new orhoe on Canyon St., their number  i8 60.  mmmmmmmmm     ���������  ���������Would all Fruit Growers desiring  fruit aud berry boxes please forward an  estimate as to the'kind and quantity to  J. Cook, Seo'y-Treas, of Fruit Growers'  XJnloto, Ltd.  The Canadian.Paoific|^b^ii^?^  ane   starting at Eikoj,YSi^^tti  south   to   tbe -hat^rnatidB^sjb^ad^^?  line, where the Spokane In*teraiEitiOTial?  railway   line  would tt$jSfl-'.-$^^  Mont, coming   down   the   Kootenay;  river to Bonners Ferr^.;,t&uB;'.^^n|it'>;.;;  the' ftloyie grade.        ?������������������?:; ;.,:-;:?fY?;YY^:-?  According to later reports from Bon*-  ners Ferry, a very ai^J-fc;*^^  been made up the Kootenay from there  to Elko. ['-'. titiyti^-y-titiz ,  ���������Por Sale,  two hives of bees, also  quantity of bee supplies. .T.Compton.  ClaroneftV. T. Itl(*b������������aon,   tho former  Hu'-rtny bj* ti VI) ymir ulil   Aiiiuiiiiiiii who j Bubti. i Ulvt ymi\ii   wini   miurdori'd   iii;,  Mnded Into tho rap'ih a nluut dUtanc'e  <������������������������> timo. Nwootheart  In  onlor that ho  above the out-want, and pullod to ahora | >������iK1^ be froo to marry  a rlohor girl,  with iv plia* poll* tin? uuooiiKolouu form  wn" olfptroont-mI at Boston on Taosdny  Ot iunry J S.ult'.i, a -.������������������i.-i.u-iit ..l' JulTiio   Mny Vi,  'i  who had fiiilon into tin jlvnr C(.0 foot,  :*.bovc tin* f������li".     .  F. Morldltli, who.hasbeen away the  pnst three mouths returned to Canyon  City, Friday,  A. J. Collla pnvohased this week ten  aores belonging to Walter Ooopor, at a  prloe whioh goes to fihow a good increnee  in the value of land in this dlstriot,  Geo Husoroft and Guy Lowenberg  leave tomorrow for Bouners Ferry ou  business.  Another chicken stoaling ia reported.  This time J. Cross of Erickson inthe  viotim. Over a dozen chickens and  two Bettings of ogga were taken.  OFF TO ENGLAND  J Crawford of Canyon   City,  wob a  Oroxtoti oaller TuoHdny.  ���������For Sale. Fonr good work mulea,  one and throo-fonrthi* wagon, two nott*  of butt chain hiirneaa. Dan l^an, Cope-  land, Idaho.  A mooting of .Oroatirt'a oouBervativoa  is onllcd for Saturtlny night for the pnr-  I have 75,000 plantB ooiifiiHting of the  uhoioeHt vnriotiosof Tomatoes, Oniom*,  iPlowora, oto. Groon houto dhuok ���������full.  Soods purchased from tho leading seod  house i of Europe nnd Americn, thoy are  lino. Call and . soo thorn. T. M. Ed*  niondaon.  i     xno oimtniiiH  i uici iIn nt    vnuoonvor  i������"i**-*'������i |u"|muhhj; i,iiw imiii������iMi>rp  i.-v Uih  , bl.,ckc-a  un   .ilt*'ii;i,*;   to   nnng������Jo   -J000 elect I m of It. F.   Gteon.     Altho tho  Tho Knls-feti- of Pliythlnn al^ow a guiii ^ r,mH ot 0,llm��������� fl0lu bo|ird ,],���������**ll0r Mo���������t. OounorvatlvoH oxpoot no oppOHlng can-  ofBOlllu inomboi-unlp  in tho. State o ;onuU) JllU, (hll oUy ,,lH(, F,.ldny-    1<ho dldato thoy intend to bo ready for any  WiiHliliiu-tim ovor hint vour. ������V\..i.w������i A.rt������r ,.,������^. tx^^v^A^,. \ Amftr-rAnnv.    *  Provincial pollcoGunn returnod Wod������  noadny after a six weeks stay at Lytton,  B. O., whoro ho wna called to help quoll  tho rioting at tho I. W. W. atrlko at 3.  8.    Washtok's   Railway   oonntruotlou  ������WMIt^i,        !lyM|.Vh    till'    only    [.     W.      VV'hi,  there now aro lu jnll, pome of them with  longaentoncoB. Ilu ia cxpootlng to bo  oallod to Vancouver to help la the ulrike  thmw.  Tho Rev, Philip C. Hayman loaves on  Monday noxt for Quoon'a Bay nnd Kelson i returning on Thuradav whon Mrs  Hayman will join him onrouto for their  vacation to England, sailing from Montreal, Juno 16th.  Daring tho Intorlm tho services at  ChrlBt Church will bo conducted by Dr.  Primrose-WolU (Lloonaed Lay Header)  assisted by R. O'B Fits.Qorald (Lay  Reader) The Vonorablo Archdeacon  Beer wlUconduot tbe servloesou Trinity  Sunday, Juuo 3ud when there will bo a  oolobration of Holy Communion nt 11  H. G? RancUeaome, government but--  veyor who left hero lout Saturday to  to look over the aurvoy of the Summit  and Lost Cresk Trail acoompanlod by  O. C. French nnd Peto tho Pook������r, eoc-  poots to reaoh Salmo by Friday from  whence ho will go to Nelaon to report.  Whether the CuUAd'ian EuliuWay ii������ w>  go down the Kootenay -valley or over  the pass depends upon Mv RaadleBomea  dooielonns to which ia tho beat route  Whon hero ho oxprosaod tho opinion that  tho valley route would take the road.  through amove thickly populated country and for that reason tt might; be bettor to havo tho road go tlmt way. Smith  who went up tho trail to got pook hor-  h#h for tho party aaya the ranohere along  the trail aro having thoir land surveyed  for selling iu proapeot of getting the  road and already a number of iialea  havo been made at good prices.  ;'..S.fc"2j  A.11U XH- V ,  n-i,...:,n������......  ooiulnot, the H'n'viot?iH Sunday July 7th  with Holy Oommnnion at 11 a. ni. Tho  Sunday Sohool will be hold every Snn-  ' day at 8 p m,  Mra. O. Oorbott and Mra. Patrlok and  son of Cranbrook who have boew tialt���������  ing with W. H. Johnson and faJatly,  returned to tnetr homo, 'ineaaay.  "���������j  Bnaineaa oallod J. P. Moran to Nelaon  Xtteaaay.   u������ la expeoted back today.  t-fliiwii  ''���������tw**ll^wWt*WfflW^^  ., ',-    v...*,,:, .v.:������(jl>aii  iBsBsilBslsilsHHi w  '��������� ',.  J?  JT^JL  Jit*5*' fy*"3f ls=0   ^���������"���������""ai ^K** l^i _ 91    J/*  Kb  I p, muJilllULj  BY  . FRED  M.  WHITE  LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO.. LIMITED  (Continued.)  "I will no*; come on "  Cba-Toy snui  with an assumption ui' l.Ia old .li������",.ty  "You give r>ie tlie money and I'l go i<>  town early iu tlie morning. I can't so  betore,   because   I   h������ive   heard   some  thin*-*;.   There's a trial coming off hu e  tomorrow    morning:, and I am bound  to see it.    You don't suppose I live on  what I get from    you.    If the    trla'  turns out as I hope it will, it wiii put a  lump in my pocket.    Xow what is the  good of standing frowning at me like  that?   I tell you I'm not going back to  London tonight.. I won't go till eight  o'clock tomorrow morning. And if you  don't help me, 1 know a man that wi'l  cheerfully give  me a tenner to hear  how 1 monkey with the truit Daskets  m Covent Garden.      But    do as you  please.    I don't mind lying in a ditch  till morning, and I don't mind tramping mio tovvn torn^i rev.-.    It would:*'������������������  be the first time I've dODe both.    Noi  that I want to quarrel with you, Mr.  Foster,    if you do the fair thing by me  I'll do the fair thing by you.   Give me  a quid or two so that I can get some  supper and a bed, and I'll promise not  to come near  Seton    Manor ; agaiu.  And what's more if the trial turns out  all right I'll send a message to  i>Ir.:  Copely."  "Oh, give him- money and let Mm  lave his way," Copley cried impatiently. "There isn't much chance of  drumming sense into him tonight"  A whispered conversation, between  Copley and Foster followed, then three  j>ockets of Raymond Copley.  ���������    Joe bated Raymond Copley with all  ithe contempt   that an  old  sports nun  has for an  ignorant  dauolcr in     the  'great  gam*.    'He   ..new   that   Copley  cared iiotl..  :*, lor lacnu" for  Its, ov n  sake, that ho kept a stable only to givo  hin"%������������l-r imnoitrince in the eyed of hi."  i-eighbor^.    R.ifiie was. not a v. are tha.i  ithe Seton  Park stud was a  blind   t,  'cover   the   con & piracies   hatched   h< i  |\veen Copley and Fostei, but he knew  ���������enough to set his teoth on edge and i<>  ���������'make him deteimined to stop tins nat  Jed n*titii:r*e it he could-  i    It was, gall and woxmwood to him to  Sfeel     that     after     all     his     schem-  I ing       he        had        been       working  jand  planning for the    advantage    oi  iCopley.    He Knew that Hairy Field--'*  would allow matters to    take    then  course, and that, ii May consented .o  uecome Copley's wife, he would forbid  Ranie to  say   *i  word about the if-nl  ownership ol the Blenheim colt.  This was bud, but worse was to follow. For the last two or three day*-*  the colt bad been off his feet and Rattle  thought he was developing s>niptoms  of staleness. To settle this point.  Raffle arranged foi another eovl>  morning trial. He had confided his  intention to a couple of trusty helpers  who fondly imagined that no one  knew of it but themselves I Jut these  thirgs leak out in stables and m some  mysterious way the projected trial  reached the ears of Chaffey, who, wnen  .ie chose to tear nimseif av/aj fiom  his beloved hai-s was one of the cle1- er-  ���������st touts that evei worried a siabh-*  After parting from Copley aad Fosiei,  he staggeied along cheei fully till lu  came to a public hou*-e, wheu* he obtained a sliauedown ioi tue 0131...  The thirst for drink w*������s upon him���������  indeed, it was seldom, or never aob^ut  ���������but he managed to put a chpek upo**  Himself and letired to bed with an ict  injunctions to be called at daybioak  a BRANTFORDlCAEEIA-SES  tTfX X-'^hf-d&f'XS ^.sj**! ^SJ^S,,V*3t1kfc; swi 91  p%iro#^^;d.?'K^?,^"7rci.ll  RIGHT   in   DESIGN. RIGHT   in   MATERIAL  ,     RIGHT in fTYLE and  riNISH"  *������lfi^ RIGHT l������ EVERY wa������  you.    You see, it is like this "  Raffle tnrnrd away as he spoke and  Fielden followc d him, so that /the figure easerly listening behind the govse  bush could hear no more. Though, on  the whole, he had had an exceedingly  roitunate morning, he bitterly regretted that the deeply-interesting conversation had been cut short just at  the point when he mi^ht have picked  up information that nvght have made  his fortun������. =-,  Way to Wis. .  Bronson���������What's the best way to  ma^e love to a girl?  Dawhon���������The worst way possible.  Thou she'll think yon mean it.-s-Fuck.  A   little   girl   who   lives  field,   Mass,   was   going  chuich service cue morning when she  suddenlj  burst out with the wnrdq-  *'Oh, mothei!    Couldn't father    do  that Mr   MeConucll wouldn't have to  ���������I    wonder    what    thc-Ae talkins | ;o"ne*hmR*  01  0j11<   Benevolences,   aa  In the morni���������g he rose a. trembi-ng  wreck, his tongue clave to the roof of  bis mouth, his nerves were a-quiver.  but, by a supreme effort, he kept hiiiv-  self from the drink which called to  him so strongly. The -smell ot it in the  dingy, public-house appealed to li'tai  mockingly, but he thrust the fierce desire aside aud stole off to the Downs  with splitting head aud aching brows.  about9" he muttered, as ne nmpeu  painfully and slowly across the Downs  towards Seton Manor. "I suppose I  had better give Mi Copley a tip. X  can send it to him from one of these  pubs. He doesn't deserve any con-  side* atioi from me, but it will bo  woith a fiver later. And now for  breakfast and just one drink���������only-  one before I get back to London and  draw iiiy money. There will be plenty  of tune for fun this evening. Whst  a fool I've been. If I could only li/.ve  kept off that accursed liquor I t-hould  have had a stud of my own by this  J-.VV.   -    "  With this phllosor-hv on his lips.  Chaftey turned into the bar of tho  nearest public-house.  *Vn hs? enntinupd.l  ben; for him before evorynoay in ihe  chuich'.'"���������Los Angeled Times.  sovereigns changed hands and Chaffey (He resolved to make up tor his suffer-  departed along the road with the air l������S������ *ater-   With "any luck he wov.lt. be  ���������in London soon after nine o.c-.ocic      -"  w.  VO.  Ol a iu a. il  ������uu una a j;ui jjvir^- ������u. mc. , ., - _>  -. -ji_.        _,  "You have done the rtent thing." h.-������ l^our later he would have soid his va^  said.    "I knew vou wouiu, when you !.nabie mforuiation. nnd t^eu  .0 +~ -rtini- ���������������*��������� it   **.* **ti  i������*  ������r lihen. he would enj-oy him������t-ii artev  Mud;  1^^ *.-MM.������M.  mi W *���������������*. *   ������  Copley know all about the trial. Good planner of his  Well.  iii*?  The ease with which corns tiril  warts can be removed by Holloway'a  Corn Cure is its stronge&t recommendation.   It seldom fails.  1 hear your 'wife has had to go to  a sanitarium. I-souii"*-, s?rio;is, I  trust."  ;Ni>t very serious. You see she is  secretary of the woman's club,"  -Yes?*  'And after carrying the club minutes all winter in her head she sat  down the other day and tried to write  T������?.m out.'"���������-Louisville' Courier-Journal.  T.utlov���������There's a man below to see  you   sir.  Ma> berry- What did you tell him?  Hutler���������I told him yon told me^, it  it was a la������.'>, to say you wore in, and  that it it -������>as a man, to aay you wero  out  .Vm*������ berry���������What did he say then?  t'ut'i i--He said to toll you he was  a  lad>.  MOTHERS PLEASED WITH  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  A mother who has once used Baby's  Own Tablets for her little one never  1ails to. show her pleasure at the result She at once realizes that they  are tho iavnl medicine for baby���������being uiisohueiy aiue and uee fiom injurious drugs and at the same time a  anio cine tor all the little ills from  which babies suffer. Mrs. P Ther-  iauif, Pactinetvilllej* N. B��������� wwrites:  "Please send me another box of  Piaby's Own Tablets. I was extremely  pleased with the last. My baby was  greatly troubled with constipation  ami vomiting, but the Tablets quickly  cured her." The. Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co.. Brockville, Ont.  m  Hi  Hi  Ml  ill  "    fl  It ���������rtiit'i the most exact'ng French chef. It suits the housewife. It  is found in luxurious villas���������,n camps���������in tavms���������in humble city homes.  Everybody uses it; everybody likes it. It is the all-round stove for all  the year round. It bakes, broils, roasts and toasts as well as a coal range.  It is equipped with a special heating place, aud v-*c j-***'*] ihe New Per-  fecti&n oven, broiler, toaster, aad pancake * griddle���������each specially designed for use with the  IllgUl,  you."  And  so  darkness.  ciiiau-ev  and good    luck,    to t    Having concealed himself in a t^ten j  *~ ������ " '       Y. cf gorse he waited with-what patience.  into  the i be could for the trial.    It wt'.s a    Ions  '" land weary v g\K hut presently he b������e.ivd  |tbe mugled ������������������ tramp of horses and 'the*  sound of voices     Cuiitiously Chnfiey  ised  himseii. and  peeped, out-     H������*  V  v CHAPTER XXVI  --. A  Second "Trial.  Despite his usual cheery optimism,  Joe Raffle did not appear so gay as  -usual- He seemed to have something  on his mind and those upder him noticed that now and again he spoke with {horses' Hashing alons* a  a sharpness that was not customary, j drew nearer he made out  luiew he-was hi :i������iz j*---*   behind ��������� ������ie  winning    post.      The solitary figure  standing there was famitiar to  h.ia  "With a. grin he recognized Fielden.  In the  distance he could see   two  Remarkable Plaice.  Loudon.���������A remarkable plaice, believed to be tlie largest ever caught  on the North Sea fishing grounds, was  landed rt Grimsby yesterday. The  fish was three feet in length, just  ovei' eighteen inches in breadth and  turned the scale at twenty pounds.  Mrs.  Suspicious.  Talkalot���������Mrs. Dashaway 'says  nd   as   they | day.���������Judge.  the     ~  her house is full of antiques.  Mrs. Pneurich���������I knowed it was  full of something. I seem em'sprinkling insect powder around the other  fine  In fact the groom was troubled.    He  fead been glad to see his old master  ������ >��������� A     ...-     1. .     J-l.MJ-     1.1.     M������.n11      Ays.v.  HgtUU  clilU   i.O   tvuun    Lilcit   una   siuau   ���������_���������-���������,������-  tspiracy looked like setting Harry  Fielden on his feet once more.  But when he came to think it over he  was not so sure, though he had done  nobody a wrong, nor had calculated on putting a single penny in his  own pocket. On the contrary, he had  been convinced that he was doing a  most disinterested action.  But in the light of the past few days  everything looked  different.    Chaffey  was by no means blind to what was  going   on   around   him.     There   was  plenty of gossip going on around tho  stables, for r>me degree of friendship  between  the   lads   at   Haredale   Park  and those at Seton Manor was Impossible, and it was an open secret that  there might possibly be an alliance between the two houses. It was plain to  Itaflle's keen eyes that May Haredale  disliked.   Raymond   Copley  intensely  tsnd tlmt Sir George was <Joln*{ all he  could to remove tnis objection.   Raffle  gueBsnii,  too,  pretty  accurately what.  was the state of Harry Fielden's feelings,  and   saw  that  if this  marriage  /.ook place his little scheme would be  ���������s/orao than useless.      If Fielden Had  tint turned up again, it would not have  Snattered. Rut iih It was tho large formic which Sir George was about to  mil ex   tu'emed   likely   to  go   into  the  dashing outline of the Blenheim colt.  He had never seen the animal before,  but his keen instinct told him he was  not mistaken. He forgot his aches and  pains., and everythig else in the excitement oi the moment. He saw the Blenheim colt holding his own. sailing  alons with a free and easy- stride, aud  then suddenly, within a-hundred yard.*  or so of the gorse bushes, the other  horse came away and "nished many  lengths ah^d. The colt had a p������ Miliar action that Chaffey did not fail to  notice.  "They are right," he said, "the colt's  queer. My word! it was well that I  came lu-re this momLig. This will b">  five and twenty pounds in my pocket.  And if I have any luck that bloomin'  Copley can get somebody else to look  after his fruit baskets. . I've had  enough   of   it."  Chaffey dropped down as he saw  Raffle coining up to the winning post.  The horses had been led away, and  nobody could hear what Fielden and  his companion and Mallow had to  say  GREENLAND'S   ICE   CAPS  "What you need," said the wordy  medico iii liis ponderous ws.y, "is s.n  enlargement of your daily round, a  wider circle of activity."  'Mebby -that's right," said the patient. "I'm a bareback rider in a  one-ring circus."���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer  ^tj^s^ifimEme^Ke&ox^^^iexm^&rf^fii  Mil ceaiers ecu me biO������c  finisliqi ia nickel, with cabinet top, drop  sncivc-ia tovrci jaCi>s, c%c &*oi^ c.������������z*.-ys. STl*3  araeled turquoise-blue. Made wiih 1, 2 or 3  but *"���������������������.  rrr  Free Cook-  Booh   with  ! cvety stove*  Cook - Book  also given, io  anyone sending  ? ������cxtfa to COVvf  mniling cost.  FHE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  lUCiHgai^fflfcaacaaaaigaaaBEfluMifMsi  ���������jjjfcjnj^BMjim in    i |, iii^smimum-  New  map  of the  island.a  Ren-iinder  of   Erichsen's  Tragic   Fate  It Is a Liver Pill���������Many of the ailments that man has to contend with  have their origin in a disordered liver,  which is a delicate organ, peculiarly  susceptible to the disturbances that  come from irregular habits or. lack of  care in eating and drinking. This accounts for the great many liver regulators how pressed on the attention  of sufferers Of these there is none  Superior to Parmelee's Vegetable  ��������� Pills.    Their operation though gentle  IS  tJO.trCi.il, c,   ca.iJ.vj   (.jjlg   j-uuoi.  ucu^avc   v������u  use them.  What is said to be the first accurate map and description of Northeast - Greenland, showing that the  great island stretches much further  eastward than has been generally assumed Y appears this week in the Copenhagen Geographical Journal.  The authors are the Dane, Capt.  Koch, and the German, Dr. Wegener,  both of whom survived the ill-fated  Denmark expedition, the leader ot  which, Mylius Erichsen, [ met his  death in a tragic manner, as did his  unfortunate companions, Hagen and  Broenlund.  Hagen finished his sketch maps of  Denmark   Fiord    and    Independent  North Carolina has a naval war of  its own oh its hands. Gov. Kitchin  has Ordered the naval brigade's cruising vessel-with the pacific name El-  frida to go to Albemarle Sound to put  down the outlaw fishermen who insist  on violating the orders of the fish  commissioner.  They have a true  sa������<  head,   witii   silent  never   explode   if   Stepped   on.  Eddy's   Matches   have   satisfied  Canadians, since IS51���������rseeept, no others.  ;*.  Si   > I .  The ������. B.  How to REMOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR  Prom the Face, Arms nnd Neck Told Free  Society women and actresses all over  Europe are strongly Indorsing a new  marvellous discovery of how to remov*  Miperfluoun hnlr from the face, arma audi  neck. This new discovery is now for the !  first time Introduced into Canada.    Any, It May be Tuetonic Hustle  tinman   flfflfnt-ni"!   -optf-H   +*hf������-   ffPAwth   i\f  pmn.   I -f   "VailkCe   HUStle''   *  INSIST ON  GETTING " EDDY'S  Washboards,   Wood  Pails^ and   Tubs  Fibre  Pails  and  Tubs.  GERMANY   GOING  woman afflicted with the growth of sup*  Sound while dying of hunger and ex-! erfluoua hair can obtain the information, |  posure,   while   Broenlund   after     Ha- i free of charge.     Send you name and *���������>��������� |  gen's death dragged    himself      with | <������������"',*?������**"   *"*J * J- ^"L^gL.^.!  both  feet frozen    to the    depot    on j wtoS^  Lambert's Land, where he arrange!  , hlR work in such a way that it could  "This is a bad business,   Harry ob-   be ���������asi*y located.     Then he lay down  ess  Toronto Man Cured  cf Intolerable Itch  By Cuiicura Soap and Cuticura Ointment  "I Just wnnt to ������ay ft f*00'' v'or'- 'or *^llt|-  rjuro. Huan mid Clnti::r.r.t. l'oiir or fivu ynirn  Hi;o I was in l'rrt Arlimr, ami I lia.l nn u'.lin k  d.** Uih lull.    It ri rt-i!:;!y **.'.ti .hi IiiIohtiiIiIh  -...':.:.-        *Tl ������������������*   f������'-li'.Mi'   wii'i   iirlni*l|i������i!y   lit  BllfiltM   ll������:lorn   I   V.i-1 '    .-������������������   bsU.      iU'i   i" ������  ���������a.-ri: i-.spr.-.ully iUT<-**fivl.  "I wfiit Hi two iloc".i>i.'i nhout It, nvi'l tii"1  ���������riorn tlimi on*; n-iii'-ily. I "������������������''*��������� I"-i*l!i������l������i: '<>  ihliilc tlio ������:<iiii|'l.ili������l wan Uiciirutili', wln-u I  Wm li-lllni* my tr������nibli! to a liiirlur, uml im  t:,1,l tlmt Im wouhl i;u;i.r.intM* to nir<- Tin-. Jin  Sold III.) to l.ilvtj u lull. ������'.it!i. U:c ������ nUfili^  jlkn������|i. mid tin U 'i|������J>;y '*ntK'l':' Olnliin'iit.  ,1 Ujoic Iii., ;n!'.  <l. i-'in* .'ruin  U. '!i>������ mil  ���������ranLsl,i-il.    I Duit .irolidlily t������*i-n t i..iii,t.-'l ������������������.'in;  ���������ihf. iiiii for iwo oi il,:-." ni'.M";i ''-,"';' '  .rlcd 1'iitli-iirii Soup uml (iinim i.l, mul tlj<-.''  ���������min.l-i.-ly   .".!��������������������������� rt   *������������������"   '"'?   V'".f..   "?'.,|,"!i-'I1'*  t  ,t ii   \..ii :i   < 'ul i-  served.  "Looks like.lt, doesn't it. sir." Raffle said gloomily. "I can't make out  what's wrong with the colt. I  thought I knew all about horses, but  this puzzles me. He seemed all right  a day or two ago, and I can't see now  what's wrong."  "Oh, there's plenty of time," Fielden said cheerfully. "I daresay you'll  manage to make him fit for the  Guineas. It is a good thing I didn't,  take your advice and back him. I  am glad the money 1 got for that old  library Is still  is the bank."  "I don't think you aro right, sir," Iip  said. "I still believe in the colt, and,  as you sny, there Is heaps of tlmo he- i  iworn now and t.h<> Guineas. . Of  course. I must tell Sir George and a  line state he'll bo in, I expect. .lust  think what a difference thnt colt will  make If he wIiih. And yet you refuso,  sir, to benefit hy so much ns a penny,"  "Why should I?" Fielden riRk'd.  "Practically the horse doetm'1 bt-long  to mo. Legally, I suppose, he doen,  and 1 have no doubt I could put In n  BueoPHHiul claim, lint tlio colt was  only u ytiiii-lliiK vvhuii I wcut.aw.'iy. lie  hah been trained in Mallow's stable  and   by Sir George's (minor."  "I iievnr call mynolf Unit, nlr," Raffle   lllllltiM'ill.  "Ah. but you nm, .Too, mornlly  speaking. You have accepted mu'vlce  under him and you take his money, 1  know you have behaved oxcoeillunly  wi-ll  to im-.    I liunw you have m   nit  ���������.;;,'. :���������:������������������;���������;    <*<"     I'm-   In: t.   I'.r.d    I    tr.-*:*'.'  you   for   It.     Hut  I   nnnnot   liiioi'l'iu''',  Cunt    you     I'l'i-    tli.it   I   am   morally  bound "  'Morally hound to stand hy nnd noo  Mr. Coploy ninrry Miss lliii';'dulf?"  Hiitllo :ml'i<t liiillgiwii'illy, "TIii.tc, t;li*.  I :mii mire I licit your piirdnu, 1 ipill -  fart-'fl myi-ioir. 1 had no lumlni'iir, io  Hpo'tli lllin tlmt to yon. lint ilmi In  v.-luit It l:i .������������������oinlnt' to.   Ami I *rn*o l"-.'ii  and died too  The most valuable feature of :ue  Denmark report is the map of tlio  hitherto unexplored region of East  Greenland between the seventy-  nlnth and tho eighty-second parallel,  although tho entire work covers the  land between 75 degrees 43 minutes  to the northernmost point of Greenland, 83 degrees, 30 minutes. There  are also tho results of Myllns Erich-  flpn's excursions to Shannon Land  and the Pendulum Islands.  Dr. Wegener tells of tho peculiar  Ice conditions in those inhospitable  regions. Elsewhere In similar high  latitudes the Ice melts every summer for a brief period and drifts  away, but the ice cup in North-cast  n-rnenland   never   men.-,.  It is only whore tho full forco af  the polar current etrlkos heudlnnds  and outlying islands that the ice Ih  broken up In places and carried n-  wiiy, long the whole con.nl, ami  'lotwoen the seventy olRhth nwl hov-  nlnth degreos, known aa Glacier Bay,  both land and sen are covered by one  vnit oontlnunuf* lee shoot, Til" t.uUiH  hero cause trcm^ndoun strains nn.l  HtrosHOH, but. tho porniiiiient lo.o  cap prevents the formation ol Icn-  bergfl.  DR, ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST. PHI-  vato diseases and drink habit.  Write 81 Queen East. Toronto  WANTED ��������� LADIES FOR PLAIN  and light sewing at home, whole or  spare time; good pay; work sent  any di tance, charges paid. Send  stamp for "full particulars. National Manufacturing'Co., Montreal.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  '.' MUB. WlNSLOW'll SOOTHINO liYUl'l* lias   beett  %act\ for over SIXTY YfiA-USby MHUONS ol  UOTHUUS for .tlirlr CX-IIMJKUN WUXUt  TKliriUNG, with   PEHl'J*'.      BUCCUSd.     1������  RooTims the ciin.u, Koirij-wNa the gums  AU.AVS all PAW CUUliS WIND COUC, nnd  Id the bent remedy for mARUUU'A. It lo ������o<  uoliitcly hsiriiilens. Be Bine nnd nuk for "Mrn.  wiiimow'H BooiIiIhk flyviip,** uwd tnkc uo oilier  klud.   Twenty-five cenu a bottle.  Proaretis   In Jeruoaium  .Terupnlom  will  noon havo  I  ten Yowr ������y������s Mfie58 Oare  IVy Mnvlne Kye Itamoily. Ko P'tinrtlnpr���������Foelsj  Wine���������-AotM QiiUtldy. Try ������t **"r H������������l, Wuair,  Wii,U'i*,y KynH utiil uviuiul/iti'd UyoMOti. Ilhui-  fviitcil lioolc In imiuIi Piiuluiirc. Murine It)  compoundnd by our Ot>ullnl��������������� not u "I'niont, Wo((.  Jrlno"���������Inn, iiHUil In Hiii-.ootiifill IMiyiiliiluiiH' l������iiiti������  \\m\ fi,r innny yuarH, Now ilmlU-uloil to tlio l*ul>������  llo unci Hold Uy l������riI|*HlHII) lit Vfi������ lllill MJo JIIU'Hulllrj,  Murliio liiyo rinlvo hi Aniipilu Tuboii,,'''!) ana Wlu.  Murlno Eye Rotmody Co.k. (Olhjioawo  MINERAL m\m SANITARIUM  Elmwood,   Wlnnlpofj  Oponod   on ���������Arbor_ pay   by   Premior  Soon  In Germany every one speaks one  or two languages in addition to his  own. A clerk is not admitted into  a banking institution, no matter how  lowly the character of his work is to-  be, unless he car. at least fluently  speak and write one foreign language.  Forty years ago Germany was a  purely agricultural country. It to-  day ranks second in industrial pursuits; and the. population keeps pace  with this development. Thirty years  ago its population numbered 45,000-  000, today it is 72,000,000. ovldencins  a virility that makes for continuous  advancement.  Traveling from Flushing to Berlin the railroad pusses through an  avenue of factories over 800 miles long  and all of thorn working overtime,  nays tho Explorer's Review. Farm  iinds lmyo been converted Into city  lots and whole villages nro'being torn  down to bo replaced by live and six  ���������storey city dwelling!-,���������not an old  house to bo scon anywhere, and' in  pnsi-iiip,- by tho sky lino is red with  tho tiled roofs of now clwolllngs. In-  dividual wealth lias grown enormously with It, but. thoy nro, .luivd work-  orn, tho pooplo of Germany, and the  piiHh and energy displayed on <������v-'ry  hWIo Is mont astound lug. Krupp's \  factory In Essen now employs 4f>,0(H������  skilled workmen, us against 30,000  thirty  yenrs  ago.  Maypole Soap  s ���������" ������������������  ES  lowing  in sun  ot suds. Dyca cotton,  silk, wool oi mLxturcj,  Use it yout*cll at  home. No trouble-���������  no mils*. 24 colors���������  Win ������iVC  ouV  iiiw.*,  Colors I Ocblack 15c,  at yout dealer's oi  postpaid with booklet  "How to Dye" from  106   I  V     F. L, BENEDICT & CO. Montreal. J ,  ^^sji������m������si>' - -   . 'Vl'**,'","''''*"1 **mm*qp&^  ���������usaM -i..isw������������-  Ft. R. RiBblln  JVlluurul   "lliilli.-i.    iilnuirk-    J.iulU.    Uiilhn,  s own  Rhowoi*,   Spi'iiy   tnul   NuiMlk'   liuihn,   lloi  tramway Borvloo. a coiicohhIou hnvlnR ' iVrt.i-.TMnwJIIJIfr  w&i SriViiVHY!  been grnnted to 11 French (lnu, which 'oic,   .for   tlio   Urninii'ni   of   nil Cbronli  XV/4 H  Gasoline  $57������  P  GOT^i^TriiaLQYeQr'GixeiM-ntee  Xlilpp-il coirpltu, i������������t)y lo nm, ������ woman ot boy an <>ptr������U  il.   Plgiitc lime upoiil puinplnf w������l������r, uwlnu wood, cutllnn  fustl, turning cr������������ni ucpatolcr, churning r>r wiuhlng. sny  Ih'.ng, /uu will V .urpr'j*! low ,wn thin rnglrw will p������y  lor lue'l.   All ���������!>(* up lo 10,11.1*, nl pioiMiillotitt* pileM,  Will* lodjiy lor C������ulog, ll U tr������"j  Txf om. Paio-tosy Ho F������rrrb  ���������CS JUD&JN CO.  WINNIPEG, IvlAN  *ymm  Ifura Honp iuhI ii'-' m ui'' ���������*-������*'���������** ��������������������������� * , ���������'' '���������������������������  ll ^....^ u,..,,.r u'OMiilni wiiji Un- li.-iitin: ;iimI:i.  II. K. Ilooiii-r, ytiHl'arlliim.uitbir'i'-t, luioi.iu,  Uttn. io, mil.  Fnr moro tnan ri KeCK-raUonniilc-i.Ti   '"������������������!������  . -..'..,,,.,   t * ,. ������,.,,(��������� i, . i.  I'liiiY-ii mi uml  numl i���������("'���������iiuiiiN ul t" ���������"-  ins-  ( ' i i I i I i ,\  ..,,,*  t'.Ol-U".  in''in li    I'lmf  , !;    .!    'I;'-'*:::.;  y'n   piii-hrlri,'  Uii-    colt  ll)  ���������it!  |ll|t    !l  J,'*1IOi|  niiitlor of  I*  Mr  wins,"   I'Mcldi'ii  hiiiv  n  i i  JIU.UI    ,.|,' .      ..,,....  fit! (J;-I'-'M ���������M- lTVV.il' ti:.      '. ll.i'-'.'l  rmli. Willi   '������'J-P������lf    ������'oo><. .I'-ni  in-  r-..l.i  ,     .1   ������������������ "'i>   i    "t'-������  !���������������������������������������������  ;, ' l'..lu.,,!ni".  A\-,-���������   '.* ���������  "������������������'.  *~>.  II  ���������I Iv  ''������������������ ^  III.'  W.   IN.  ll, i.a.  ii ���������<- ii i,,  !������������������'������������������������ -if :i tcv.' ilriv'i. hut If thin  in tiillu'il iiliinii. why, iinni',  ��������� r --ll I'll! i-r, I:: ill ��������� tii'ltlm;  I, !l ,'.11 . - j!'..li' tn iiinl'r I ot ���������  li   . ,i  ��������� Hi.I .....   .  ,  .'   fi'',-,   iimuiiln,  And ihrn- lu uiiollii,-r tliln^: I i.uiiit. tell  l iinni*.  ;    .11    11  ,    III'..i  \v!H hoi'ln Inyhn' die linos iliirlni- tho  CO.lUUg HII1IIUO.O'. An Kiiir,li.-\> liiin  hiis lii'i'ii askril lw t'lihnilt. tcmlcri'. for  llgiitlng the f.lty with elooti-U: liglit,  und ii German syndicate In to Improve  tho wot or supply by tho erection of  large romsrvcilrn at uprlii.rn locnifii  iilmiit twelve and '"Ightoen iiill'ni  north ol  tho city.  'I'lin piivoniiMits and !ie,wern;;i< jy.,-  teiii hrwc reo'lvoil fi.il.cur.lnii rroni  ''., '!i,vi ri*v,.''**it *. *'<-���������"' iiiiiiiilin iii'n  ii. water cart, wan brought 'I'nini l���������:11j;.-  !:'.::;! '������ imijichoiIc the nion who  i,|i: itikli il Uio ;ll'oct!i with v.ali'V fnnn  :il:hi;i, The municipality had uhio  |ii(i\-!i|i-il ttio'tf wllli iiioitoin tiro I'ikIii-  '���������   ������������������      ' >.ll,,.,,., ,, H    ti'loilllOlll'      <:|.|-v|o,i  h:iM   hecli   ostabllHhOll,   and   the   police  an* nluiilly  to  no ci'iujun-u   mm i,i.-j  c|������vi.      The Intent sign  ot thin work  of   iiioileriil'/.iilloii   Ih the  nrrlval  of n,  Yi'Uo'*   A.in.-i h.iiii   iii.-,!..':;*  fnv.il   !*(���������!!���������!���������.  JOxpoiUrii JUivlow.  I'iihi-H,    ������>vii-h    iih    mu-iiioatlnii),    !'-'Iiii������i;h1i,  l.'-.ir    .ir.il     Koto I'miiiili.u.     I'liiiiri'lml  (.������������������llV.IIMii'in.     I'oiihtlnillioil,   ..-ililli  mul   i"iln'Mity.  Kc.ii'   lui'ilnr   purl li'iili.r.*i   apply   lo  Dr. A. 1>. Curscullcn, Sanitarium  I'huiio  HI.   .lolni  ln;M,  cpv nm     :���������,:'���������.'  rjomiiii hi.  I'liono 1 ;������*-.:..  Minard's 1/lnlmont. Co., Ll in I tod,  Yurnioiith, N. ������.  Gentlrmon.���������In .Tiuiuniy hint Francis  Lor.lnvo, one of tho nioiv employed by  mo,   working   in   the   liunhei*   wmihIh,  luiil a tree full on him, crush In g him  fearfully,   llo was, when found, placfiil  on    n,    sled  and  tak'Mi  homo, whoro  invi ,Mi fenrs wore lintcrtnlned tor bin  I'i'.ioiii:.'. j pecovovy, Ilia Inp.-i bciiiH 1:h;iI.n   liiuisi-i  and  hli!  body  tnrncri   lilnek  fnnu  hl=,  rlhti to Ills I'cot.    Wo lined .V.rNYVl'tn'R  hlNlMKNT on  him  freoly to (louden  Mir pain  and  with  tho uno ol* thvoo  hot ties he was completoly cured and  ihle to return  lo his work.  ������4\m"i<rm<- nWAf-i,  l-'.lgln  Tlonil. IVlslot. Co,, Que,  A I'iiuc.luu.'in living in Wyoming lnnt  WBIYK FOR  PROOF  l������URIRCgBi[tt  OANGEfAB-sTTUMOR  Wjuiuulitii RiuKlili! Purlfloo Ou.. Brl*tB*bur������, Ont;  Sfcl%-������II|*>*I������*|I'*-Mll  ���������I'm  Tho Huntem.  going  off  on  a  limiting trip  ! ..Mill     hlO'l'll     .V ll II I il  iT-conl bllr./.iird  in   lii'iir  <.i:;;:;;-,  look bnttnr.  fit  hi. '- u'e  ���������  ��������� ���������       Thoy  aro llin rrmili of  bettor,  wour  tin  Minnrtl'u Llnlmnnt, tho Lumbenmin'o  Friend.  niiiiiiii'U   nun���������--,.-. .in      ....u .   ��������� ���������  btllllllTiir   Jf'irll   'lliul<������    Hhomrl.  Btocked by liiiilliu*. tJinli'iu Evorywliorn  In din ti tin.  ,i;c -'c::,*: r.tor-ttcr.'jcr.'  co.,  '  Homllton. Ont-  loiiHui',  una  "     ������������������  *"���������������������������'     ' ,  ��������� * ... -  IV.. I      I-,  \. -.:,:-.������������������   ���������* ' who', *.io Mill he (Tlfiinnolntnil In iiot,  inuliiiK  cerlnli'i   pi-uViln  th'vrc.  Mra. (I!lll'.'~ Vni.    I'lul. we'll ho in -re  r,     I illsuiipoiiitcd  at   lliiillnj'.  cciliilii  o-.iii,*-  licdtdo l h*������rii.--l'ii(!U.  with WlnkM, 0������i*,v������on and Alidad," said  HlcUonloopci'.  ������������������Fhif������l" mild Wlgloy. "Ulg ganto or  rtinnUY" . o   .  "Oh, wo novoi* go hoyoml the iO*  Oiont limit,", said 'iuclwn-li/up.'';'. Harper's Weekly.  Mrn. A.-���������So your hUHlnnnl Is all tho  time inlklug shop. Woll, you niiisin't  mind that.  .Mrs, il���������1 wouldn't If ho were auy-  *."l\In****; cine hut an und*. vttiU'er.���������Tsosioiv  Tvainu'i'lpt.  mmm^u.i������i:n-mt'mif **,*>*#****���������������***,***���������  "VViiy i-iiinuiii wn nn v in ������������������������������������;,.,i, .:������������������(,  thee liehlrul nio'V" risked tho teacher.  "Ho that v.'c Mimic oci' iinciia of  him." rohiraod the brh'hi bov.  Wn*i""'*"r"i4.r"**'f.  "B ' a.   '"u,"        " i-*i^������w*i'**-'m'**������-''������*'������*"H������..���������,,i*,*.*������*������  8������IMI ���������^���������lifiLHil'HI  \fl  41  m  WA  ma  sUsmiista  Msssswsssisisiiuiiiwk if!  ���������\t\ *���������' tc - a/;  I.f.5>,jf  Whenever you fcsl a headache coming on take  NA-DRU-CO Headaelte Waters  "They stop headaches promptly and surely.- Do not contain  opium, morphine, phenacetin, acetanilid or other dangerous  drugs.   2Se. & box at your Druggist's. jas  NATIONAL. ORU������ AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANACA,   virviiTIC.  I  I  A Calculating Nature,  that   a  garden   you   are  mak-  "Is  ���������ing?"  "No," replied Mr. Orosslots, "it's a  subterfuge. I tear up'as much of the  yard aa my wife will allow me to,  and then let It alone all summer. It's  just that much lead territory to run  the lawa mower over."���������Washington  Star.  /iMAim a   tmiVaTti  rrvMr  5lUliil imd llfflfc  .  i i ���������   r      ~  ANOTHER    SPLENDID    CURE    BY  DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS  *������. Weu!s!**orJ, when-, two doctors  .treated, find** relief and permanent  ���������cure in Dodd'a Kidney Pills.  Snrttte Island/ Yarmouth Co., N.S.  -(Special)���������Mr. Renie Moulalson a well  .known resident here, Is telling his  -.neighbors of his euro from a severe  -attack of Kidney Disease which kept  "hiiu.  iu u   btute Ol  puiu  nuii  suapeuire  tor two months and defied the efforts  .of two doctors who were treating him.  "My- trouble started with a cold,"  Mr. Moulalson says, "My muscles  would cramp and I had backache and  dizzy spells. My* head ached and I  '.had a tired, nervous feeling while  specks of light flashed in front of my  eyes."  "1 snSer������*d in this way for over two  months and was treated uy two doctors out tney didn't" seem to be  able to do much for tne. Then I  started to take Dodd's Kidney Pills  &nd they helped me aisuooL at uuCc,  Six  boxes   cured   me."  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure the  Kidneys.      Cured Kidneys strain all  sthe impurities., out of the blood. That  -makes pure blood  and  good health.  The Sad One.  The "Prodigal  Son"   was  the subject of the Sunday school lesson. The  teacher was dwelling on the charac-  *������������������*.   **������   4-1.-.   =1-1������-   K-.~i.1~-...  ������"-.   vi   vu.tj eiuc;    mjuiuqj.  "But amidst all the rejoicing," said  the teacher, "there was one to whom  the preparation of the feast' brought  no Joy, to whom tho prodigal's return  brought no happiness, only bitterness;  one who did not approve of tho feast  and had no wish to attend It. Now  who can tell me who this was?"  Silence for several moments, then a  hand raised and a small sympathetic  voice: "Please, ma'am, it was the  fatted calf."  A Dublin Hoax.  The famous Berners Street hoax,  London contrived- b*" Theodore Hook,  in 1809, has recently had its counterpart in Dublin. ' In the ���������- Berners  street hoax it will be recalled thousands of lette rshad been written to  all kinds of tradespeople to call on  a certain day at No. 64 that ah'ptot  and deliver certain goods. Coal wagons, carts with upholstery, vans with  pianos and other articcles, wedding  and funeral coaches rumbled through,  filling the little street* and all the adjoining streets and lanes. Such a  babei was never before seen in Lou-  The Siayer of Miaco.  One of the most peculiar cases ever  brought to the -attention of tho court  of first instance recently came to  light in Pangasinan province.  Pedro irabaira, with two others, was  accused of the murder of Bernabe  Laeo, and on being brought to trial  L.*w    .aa I^u   jricuucii    B,.������s>������;,^f    v������sjv    ������������..������-o  an aggravating circumstance of  treachery, and was sentenced to  twenty yearB in Bilibid.  Now it comes to light that the deceased was Miaco, an outlaw, who  deserted from the constabulary some  time   ago,   taking   with  him  varloui  don.    The Lord Mayor and the presi- [ arms and accoutrements, and who en-  The clergymar had come round to  the Sunday school, and was examining the small uoys.  "Can any of you tell me?" said he,  "what is the meaning of 'divers diseases?' "  Two small boyB "began comparing  mental notes in an undertone. Presently one of them looked up.  "Please, sir, it's water on the  brain."  In the causes of infant mortality  cholera morbus figures frequently,  and it may be said that complaints  of the bowels are great destroyers of  child life. If all mothers would avail  themselves of so eitective a remedy as  Dr. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial many  a little one could be saved. This cordial can be given with safety to the  smallest child, as there is no injurious  substance m it.  dent of the Bank of England and sev-  eial scions of nobility, as well as  lawyers, doctors, clergymen, undertakers and pastry cooks, were there.  Six weeks ago a man arrived in  Dublin and immediately paragraphs  appeared in the newspapers announcing that uuiraio Bill's wild WeBt show  was co-rainy to Dublin, and that its  advance agent had arrived. The  agent took rooms in a city hotel. The  tour of the show was, he said, to begin at Dublin.    Two thousand .borsea  n r.^    ulv   V...*,,!.     jt    .������������*.������.    ..���������..a    _...*������������-*������.*     T~���������  ���������m......   K...X   ftiuuuj. ".*.   j-jjcu.  auu   wisaaigaa,   ue-  sides hundreds of wild animals would  require food for a month. ' He arranged for enormous supplies from  confectioners, bakers, wholesale grocers, butchers, fishmongers and forage contractors,, the last named'order  being for forty tons of hay a week.  Twenty thousand posters were ordered  and these were American masterpiece*- in advertising. The mo3t sardonic touch of' all was the visit of the  agent to the police authorities with  o������o  x-jejutrso,  iui   IU.B aei rice  ui   tw-oiiijr-  "^"���������TiCemS"?",    *>*"*���������    '-roars    n-^t*.  gaged in outlawry since that time.  There was a reward of 500 pesos out  for his capture, dead or alive.  The question now is. should the  prisoner servo his term for killing a  fellow  citizen,  or  should he  be -lib-  arn + A/J   *"*T>''   or-tiF^wi    **   -**A*iirov>A    i**\a*   l^HSt^cy  an enemy to bociuty?���������Manila Weekly  Times.  Eat What  And What Agrees With You, But Do  Not Eat Too  Much.  vsssB^?ti?,$Jtr\  xvs?zm  . sjsapmn  READING   IN   BED  Old ^?ir*"{n������-p������ are lam satin**; tne srau-  -aal disappearance of military uniform  irom the streets. A auarter of a century ago more' officers and soldiers in  liuitcrni were to os met with nx wi6  -principal thoroughfares than civilians.  while "now, though the Berlin garrison  AO    Acftf.      ACA-AgOl,    A-lAO    piCOCUVC    V.4.     1.AAO    U*lA~  -form is hardly noticeable. The main  cause of the change is the increased  ���������cost of living. * '  Li-ioan Nagy of Szesedin. Austria,  sold his skin to a foreign museum a  i/vr><v ttmo ?sro f*-*1* ���������'2 *he "osd'^ion  being that after his death and when  the skin was removed the museum authorities should bury his body. He  has now died at the age of 85. On  his deathbed he begged his relatives  to get his contract broken.  ���������������"���������*������������������������������������'���������. . .  *A(3  eii  cu sceep  craer duriai  When all the arrangements had  been completed tho agent disappeared  and( nothing more has been heard  either of him or the big chow.  VW*  IUUO    tV     kCdl  tlsj  3 iMttll^^* Al*W@NS  In Georgia they tell of a prisoner  who had been convicted a dozen times  of gtpaling; who, when placed at the  bar for his latest offense, displayed  a singular curiosity.  "Your Honor.'- ������a,id he, "I should  like to have my case postponed for  a week.    My lawyer, is sick."  "But," said the magistrate, "you  were caught with your hand in this  gentleman's pocket. What can your  counsel say in your defence?*  "Exactly so. Your, honor, that is  what I am curious to know."���������Green  Bag.  Resuit Always the same.  There ���������"'as s.  prosecntiss  siiornev  in the south who was "so uniformly  _.. ~-.������__J>..l     _.uv     ���������_,_    ���������__ A.-U-.4.    T._    .,-.4.  CUWbdu.l,.       .. J...JL.      J..^o     <.6*O^30      ^JL.W.b     ������.<?     *.%#^  only became the terror of evildoers,  but an object of admiration, to every  one, and especially to the negroes of  the city is which he lived.  When he left public office, he was  at once sought out by those charged  -with crime. Much to his chagrin, the  first two cases that he defended resulted in the conviction of his clients.  An oid negro who had watched his  nrosecutions in admiring wondei and  looked on with eoual wonder now that  tic conducted tue defence, accos-ed  him just after his second defeat.  "Marse Earle," he said In awed  tones, "you sho is a wonder! Nc  matter which side you's on they -jres  to the pen jes' the same."  Digestion Will Be Good If You Regulate the System With  DR. CHASES  ���������finMsvuure piik  SA.S.aJ'S.^Xl &.-U&V AaSA    5 SUUU  Overeating is the great cause of  liver troubles, biliousness and cousti-  ���������itlnn" Tb*- ��������������������������� igestive svstem hecom.es  clogged with poisonous waste inat-  u r, tne liver tails and then follow  ki'Inev disorders of the most psinful  . ' iii lorna, such as rheumatism,  Bright's disease and dropsy.  T-ll-nr      VAO-m'i**-!w������i������v    -Sri     ������1 w% 00+     |*r������*������r������,������*i������lrt V"*!**"*  JL  Aa.^0       V-v-gl l4f.*Af.**^       4T.KJJ      f������m,+mJ.\sKr-**      A** ��������� ���������-��������������� ***������*������J  with  the  liver  and  should  be  over-    .    .*     ��������� -i ���������..   T%���������      tit ���������* ���������  I'UUIU  IJ^   UIO  yivjllipv  us?o v. m-*i..  .^.ii������u~ o  Kidney-Liver PIllls before serious disease is developed.  An occasional dose of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills when the liver gets  sluggish and the bowels constipated  will keep the whole digestive system  iu   ucanuj     ffuiKlUB   i/Tuci,  Hundreds of thousands ol people  have found this out by their own experience and would not think of being    without    this    medicine in the   .    house.   Others have been restored to   aeaa   *>*uouc   strnung   tne   eye   and  Not  Injurlatia to the   Eyes  it a  few  Simple  Rules are  Observed  To those addicted to the practice  of reading in bed the remarks of Dr.  Carl Seller will be of interest. He  states' that there Ib no valid reason  to be urged against using tne eyes  in a proper manner in a recumbent  position���������such use is the least tiresome and can be persisted in for longer periods without damage than any  other  position.  We all know that grave damage  is often done by reading in a recumbent posture, but ther*,_ jjossibly  aome oeeulists are at fault.' Had  it been the universal practise during  the last twenty years to give careful directions how to read lyh.*,  i4,v tt ** luoxeau. ox sajrr������.A*fc vO o&ie auu cixX  "Sou must not read lying down,"  there would be less near sight and  V..J-J.. .       *_.       J.,^  ,j       iv.-  uctLci     ej-crs    iii    Wv    vuiuuuuitj,     i,ua,u  now <Lxist.  Three easily avoided errors cause  all the harm possible from reading  lying down, the first often leading to  the other two. Tljey are insufficient  or wrongly directed light, short reading distance, and tipping the book  out of a plane at right angles to the  line of  vision.  If, however, every one reading lying down will so arrange his lounge  or bed that the light comes over the  Bear  with  a Thirst  There  are ' probably a aiiaiu������r' of  mon   in   Maine   who, remember   tins  tame bear that Used to live1 in ���������Re&*\  ington in days when lumbering ^aa,,  booming in that section.     This bt-aro^W|  was a 200 pounder, kind and doaile,  but the possessor of one bad habit.  That was his penchant for intoxicating liquor. * ?  Now   and   then   lumbermen   would  &et  tne  near  crunk,  wmch? waa Vn  exceedingly easy thing to do. "Brum  preferred rum, but would drink '*vl*Ji������>-  key  if nothing better was St' baud.'  J.11       WIS      IJJIUX U..I",  Ti, -,"*-     *���������- -  IJnuCu.   uc  ���������*Tr.n,T.T.lrio.   oftp-*   *-,ll*-clt  ^���������������   ^   ,.     .^4-1������* V   M   .1  j.1 etiUci. 1 ijr    uau  ~      l-fe-*,!?.?!!  (.y-jHiSi^  ������rTrii/������>t   ThA  loarn.'  ed to quench by turning a faucet out-"  wain camp when' h6 woiii'i  lap us the  water very eagerly tnaV  ran from the tap. "     "-        *- *'A  -  No efforts wers made at retortna^  tlon, although it is not stated that tns'-  a matter of    fact   he lives    at*''the  camps for a number of years without  1������������>-Mmlr><r    a    notwft-j    SitD.Oi.i'Sro    80530* !������'  the men  seemed to  antagonize b,inT  at times.���������Maine Woods,  'I dyed ALL these  DJFFEHENT KINDS  of Goods  with the SAME Due.'.  " used  :$M������Mm.  ONEOYE^ALL KINDS������"������o������������  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Use.  NOchsncAofiaiJljSKthsWRONODrcforthaGoodSi  o������i������ hcis to col������r. All color* f romjrour Orunlst os>  DMlpr, rilEE Color Card nnd STORY Dooklalllk  *!������������, JottMAM-liUcturclMiii OOm "imlt^d, Monttostl  SSSSS���������M I  11   I I ������������������������������������"llj ������������������m  ���������'  IllllilW  Official statistics show that the total  number  of emigrants from Swit-  vorion^   St*������    1(111    T^-n. n   cr**\ <*rv A     ��������� ��������� s���������,_i   at*  ������i.*.-.uiuu    Ai*    0.4/JUJW     VV GbQ   JUjUIVj   ^tf^CtrlXId-L   OOi"  030 in 1910. Of the 1911 emigrants,  5,512 were Swiss. The destination of  the Sw'ss emigrants (ho particular  record being kept of foreigners, the  majority of whom are Italians), was  as follows: The United States, 3,-  969; Argentina, 997; Canada, 227;  Brazil, 118; Australia, 80; Asia, 40;  Africa," 36; Mexico, 14; the remainder  seeking homes in Peru, Colombia,  Chile and Panama. Of these Swiss  emigrants, 1,640 were farmers, 1,636  mechanics and laborers, 860 clerks,  besides a number of nurses, teachers,  musicians, etc.  For years * Mother GraVes* Worm  Exterminator has ranked as the most  effective preparation manufactured,  and It always maintains its reputation.  it Will Prevent Ulcerated Throat���������  At the first symptoms of sore throat,  vr-hich pi^'5'-i?e'< viice'-ation and inflammation, take a spoonful of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Add a little sugar  to it to make it palatable. It will al-1  lay the Irritation and prevent the ulceration and swelling that are so^pain-  ful. Those who were periodically subject to quinsy have thus made themselves Immune to attack.  health by thi3 treatment after their  cases had reached more serious ana  complicated stages.  There doeB not seem to be any  medicine obtainable which is so successful in awakening the action of  both liver and kidneys as Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. Merit alone can  account for their enormous sales.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25c a box( at all dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  itxira  upuii xne page;   ir  ne win  DON'T waste your time figuring  out wliy a blaclc lusn lays a  ���������white egg.. Get busy and jump  into youi* UEATHEXt JLABEIi  OVER-HAUjLS aud get the egg.  Taking Every Precaution.  Mr.    Lansbury's    concern,    as    expressed in the British House of Commons, over, the military drilling going  THBHKN.  Tlllt ������QO.  Leather0 Label  OVER HAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,  ���������.   j     MANtnTACTunnna oir  High Grade AmeHoan Ovoi���������Haute,  WALKBBVILLK. ONTAIUO.  Ttsur thin out arte* mall It to ue with  your n������ms> and MddrotHi nnd w* will ������������������mi  you ono of our oaiabrtstftd CORN COB  J������IPICS, FREE.  "Nairn* ........  Town..... Frov   *our donloif'8 nnm**'...,>,,,,..>,,>���������������������������>������������������< ���������............'...������<���������>���������.������������������������  Wown Prov.  one of a story-of how Ireland was  occasionally taught to shoot in the  past. The war oillce once sbnt a famous officer over to Inspect the militia regiments, and the officer, after  inspecting, asked for a few words  with the drill sergeant.  '���������These? men of yours," he said,  "could hot hit a target as big as the  Tower of London.. You can't havo  takon much pains to teach them."  "Tacho thlm to shoot," gasped the  sergeant. "Of course I did not tach*-  thlm to shooT, yer honor; for, bedad,  If I did thoro wouldn't be a landlord  left In Munator."  "Can't something be done to stop  the gum chewing habit in this town?  If the chewers could only see how  they look when their jaws are at  work in the street cars or in places  of public assembly, they would never  do it in public again. ' Gum chewing  is as bad as snuff dipping, and nobody dips snuff nowadays," says the  Charlctte" Observer. ��������� All very well,  but how about the tobacco chewing  habit in the south? That has been  pretty generally suppressed in the  north by the anti-spitting ordinances.  If you don't believe it just look at tho  tobacco stores today and compare  them with ten years ago. '  Tne Kignt Direction. *  Floorwalker���������Something    I can do  for you, sir?  Nervous    Gentleman���������l    have just  lost my wife.  Floorwalker���������Mourning    goods    on  the third floor.  A coin of tho Constantino period  has boon linearthod by workmen In a  garden at Colchester.  -i  - r~ -    i.. ii   i i in mi r ii i"   ���������ii s r  llnard's Liniment uned by Physicians.  Guayule was for "years overlooked  6r despised; its rubber contents were  considered of little or ��������� no value, anil  wu������ii   jit   letSi.   &C<CuCWicug6iA   iuiS   WitS  said to be inferior to dther, rubber  because it did not come from tho  tropics. Yet, in spite of all, guayale  haB become an important source of  rubber supply, millions of dollars have  been Invested In the Industry, factories have been erected close to the  guayale flel.ds, and towns have grown  up for the operatives and field laborers?  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  System.  Professor���������In the classification of  your cases, under what heading would  you place operations of the vermiform  appendix?  Student���������I would place them under the caption of '-Internal Revenue."���������Judge.  tance and take care that the line of  letters shall be at right angles to  the line of vision he can be sure of  doing his eye/ mo more harm than if  he were sitting up.  More than this, there is much positively in favor of reading lying  down. Dr. Seller concludes: "The  recumbent posture allows more rest  of the bodily structures than the sitting posture, and there is greater possibility of resting and repair in that  pobitiou.'���������London. Globe.  Loaded for Vengeance.  It was the day on"'which" the' aa  nual rival football match was to4b������  rtlav&ri hotwoon t"h^ Ann Sth****'***- BllO^S  the center forward of the  Slashers,  was just leaving home for the mateu *  when Mrs. Rafferty called out:\     > -  "Raffertv. have vez got yer" shillelagh?" - .     V  "Oi have!" replied Rafflerty, dealing"  a thunderous bang on the door witls it-. ���������  "Thin, put a brick, insoide. yer liutt.  Remember the broken head the Ami  Sthreet Bhoys gave yez last season.*-  'Thank yer for the hint, Mrs. Raft?  ferty, me darlint," returned Rafferty,  "but * O'ive prepared a betther am*  proise packet, for the Ann Sthreel >  Bhoys. O'ive sewed a dynamite car*  thridge insoide me hat. And, begorraj-  there'U he a' sad home in Ann tsthfeei  l ^..-.lor-l-kf   qCC-a,.   t-Tnio   fi*c.e������ fio-lii- ���������"       TrTnliT  "'WI  -,(CI  Powerful Plea.  A man In North Carolina who was  Havod from conviction for horse steal-  ing by tho powerful ploa of hla lawyer, aftor hid acquittal by tho jury,  wao naked by his lawyer:  "Honor blight, Bill, you did steal  that homo, didn't you?"  i "Now, loolc n-horo, judge," was tlio  reply, "I allera did think I ntolo that  hoHfl, but alnoo I hears your speech to  that oro jury, I'll ho doggoned if I  ain't got my doubta about lt."--'Na-  tlonal Monthly,  Egerton L, Wlnthrop, at the end  of one of tho meetings of tho Board  of Education in New York, said, apropos of severity in the schoolroom:  "Those over-severe teachers always  remind mo of aa over-severo parson.  He, at d dinner party during Lent,  said to one of tho guests, a fAmous  raconteur:  "My dear sir, os it is Lent���������and a  Friday to boot���������would you mind if I  aaked you to confliui your oitorts ox-  cluslwdy to'flsh stoiies.'" . \  Btfct* of Ohio. City of Toledo      \   _  Lucas County. f   ���������������������������  Frank J. Cheney makeu oath that he is  (senior partner of the nrm of F. J. Cheney  ft Coj, dolns* bualnaaB In the olty of Toledo, County and Stftto aforesaid, and that  ^JL^&1^2i,l'?1S������'-th5 "UOT !������l :������N������- HtJN.  DREI> DOLLARS for each and every  esae of Catarr that oannot be cured by  the uau of mil's Catarrh Cure. FRAWt  J. CHBJNWT.  Sworn to before me and aubnorlbed in  'P-t,10????1*0*' thtal flth 6av of DeeemDer.,  (Seal.) -������������������-.'���������   A. W. OLSBASON.  .....   ^. .     ^ -1      .   Notary Publto.  Hall'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,  and acts dtreetly on the blood and  itnuooua aurfacea of the ayatem. Send  for testimonial** free.  ��������� .Jsi_J* CHSxnHTT & CO.,    Toleao, ft.  Spld.by all dniugiatn. 76e.  Take Hall's Family Pllla :  tlon.  Are the Hy and Mosquito Dangerous?,  The fly, with spongy feet, collects the "visible germs of diseases., spreads  them over our food and poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The, mpsquito witir  its bite injects into our veins malaria end yellow fever. 'The bacteria of consumption, or grip, are everywhere present for us to breathe into our lungs. Tbe, blood  which flows throu|h our veins and arteries is our protection. It should contain  healthy red and white blood corpuscles���������capable of. warding off,these tdisease  germs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine arid alterative?  made entiteiy without alcohol, a pure'glyceric extract of bleodrcet, goldea seal,  Oregon grape root, queen's root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed a  jc i .._*:_._  e. ......... -.__..-        t������(.��������� . i._i- !.:_- z-f  *a&**  THE  SAVING  HABIT  for oonstlpa-  V  If. Hxqvuscr, Eao.  good reputation for aver forty years. The refreshing j*a-  lluenoe of this extract is like Nature's influence���������the blood  is bathed in the tonio which gives life to the blood ��������� the  vital fires of tbe body burn brighter and their, increased  activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated  during the winter. .    ,   .        ���������<..  "About forty yenra airo while In Newark. Mew Jersey, I hod chflte  and fover," writes Mr. Michael Maouibb, of NttJonnl MUltory Home.  Sana.     I went to Kansas City and in tlie sprintr of 1877 the chills and  fever returned.   Doctors and eveiythlnjr I tried failed to do we tfood>  Finally I saw Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery advertised. ' Itoolc'  one bottle of it and the chills vanished.    In about a year: aftet-wtMrci  I felt thorn cominft* baclc sol sot, another bottle and baV#,niiv*������ h������4,:  any symptoms of fever or oyme since.   Thatis all of twenty yosrs affo. ���������:;  for I had the chills about twelve years before 1 startud to take Golden  Medical Discovery/ " ";   ''???''?",'?'  -.  Dr.PIeiHse,aPteaaf>ntPicljet3araiar,M*vvM>iiia*  ��������� ������*iM������<t<uut������M'|rti*a4������*'-<i>������f#������,jf ������������������iAMtMi������*it������vi.  efystal.  SI**! Sftblu (saw���������**!������������������; ������sr������hiR:= ���������������=-.'; t--sr>r,s  ^  ^>Mim^io.mUk*trai&mw~TH������vtm*wmli*mv* m  Chlue������������ Vlftwa of Millinery.  SpoaklnK to a ChineB������ gentleman  tho other day an Englishman aoltod  nim if th������a Chlnono ladlow will omu-  lato tho mon and ko In for wostorn  hoadgoar? In reply ho boamod a Bmllo  most chlldlllK) and bland.  ProBbuid for Bomotnlnp; more doll-  nlte, ho romarkod: "Did you not  know that It hi u woll known fact  among tho Chinese that tlio reason  #���������������"������   ���������virt*******'   t^-K-nrt^wrtn   t\-nriitn-nr1ln   ln/"ilr  ^tm-  raoood "and oaroriddon and tho further roitBon why bo many of your  young tnon refrain from marriage la  thl������ vory Qiieatlon of millinery? La*  dloB' liata oout ho much that thoy spell  fiitn   nuil   ao   w*������   ChinnwA   biiv/������   toM  our womon tulle that wo absolutely  Kj-uiii Uiuni to toliow weHt'irn ifi.rsn-  fonn In. thl������ regard, whatever they  way do In otrW dlr������ctlon8t"���������X������olcln  _Nowa.  "What does Goorgo say In IiIb lot-  tor?"-  *Oh, tho usual lot of nonsense���������undying lovo, eternity, despair and all  tho voat of It."  "What aro you going to do about  it?"  'Oh, return It unopened, my dear."  ���������IlllUBtratort BltB.  How you may    Waste your    Money,  t And   Where   to   save   It  Under tho above heading thero appears a very interesting article in  a recent number of "T.P.'s Weekly."  The bent way to waste money, it is  suggested, is to keep it in tho pocket,. Then, whenever ono webs a.  thing which ho fancies ho would liko  ho can buy It at onco, otherwise, ho  may forget It, or, having hud time to  think It over, conclude that be can get  along without It. ,  , With tho monoy in ono's pocket we  nro always ready to recoivo tho gan-  ���������Infl- with  "Tho talk that will make a    man  "Think that ho   needs   tho   thing  "That ho dooB'nt;    tho talk    that  "B-cooda so subtly tho four that ho'U  ,"Count for nought In tho swim till  "That up-to-date frill ho'a bought."  Somo useful   Buggostionw  aro also  made an to how monoy may bo saved,  tho chief of which \n to bo flyHlomntlc  In   tho  ^ypunrllturo of It, to  ���������nin.lto  a  oaroful ostlmato under such headings  as household expendltur������**H> food, rent,  fuel,    nlothoB,    etc., not    forgetting  comothlng    for "Italny nya 111   ,.:    ,.  something for "The Rainy Day." And  for tlila purpoae tho writer would no  doubt, had ho boon writing for tlio  eyeta ot Canadians only,- havo recom-  mondod tho Canadian dovornmont An-  nultlos Syfltom an giving the largest  nnnnlMA *inf���������rn   itrlth  ihn hir-Brt  TW-jrunlHIn  Boourlty. By InvoHtlng a fraction ot  your Incomo in thin way yon may,  whothor you bo man or woman, in  Btiro an old ago of freedom from want  or do-Mi,nloiioo. Auk your Pontmustor  f<\* V'tAvwtHri*. en the anbli-ct. or  ���������write to tho Superintondont of Annul*  ��������� .   .        i Ttnsi   ������)trawin. vmo will mil vim all vou  Ivrntdlsmn   sr-kOOt   j\Vill9 IwUh to know about iho system and  ~  ~i I how yon Bhould proceed to mkka tho  How It Happened.  Condescending   Chapplo���������I   woally  cant weraomber your name, but I've  an idea I've met you hero before.  Worvouu Iloal.���������Oh, yuu, wry llltoly,  It'ii my hoiiBo���������Sketch.  ,���������.,.. in ..   i.      iimii ..ii i. in   i i.ii,,..,,.,,i. -,, .in,  - ...i.i. ..���������   .,.������������  Bnd BSw-fl*8*"88^ "���������"a  la the direct and Inevitable result of  irregular or constipated bowels and  ��������� clo*-ged>np kidneys and skin. The  undl|*e(itea food and other waste matter which is allowed to accuniuluto  poisons  the  blood  and the whole  ������������,������������������m     til.   Mn.������.'.T������rfl.a OmI Pllla  act directly on the bowels, regulating  them���������on the kidneys, giving them  case and strength to properly filter the  blood���������and on the skin, opening up  the pores. For pure blood and good  health take  Or. Mnr-.^    ������  l^rgviiioa nuggvaU-u,  You can Save Friction.  Save Wear, Save !  Fuel by using    "    '" '  Capitol Cylinder Oil  The vory beat-oil   for stoam plants on the farm.* "Lasts  longer and gets more powor from the engine, with leas  wear, than any cheap' Bubstltuten; costs'less In tno ond.  jt, a%jMM3&iS.jBL'&>sL%^  J&,^b.%STkM.   a.Z-MM.M^*^M.B.M%.rf>   ^^JLA  A medium bodied oil, Btrongly recommended for Blow,  and medium speed engines and machinery. EaBoa tho  bearings and lightens tho load;  e ������������������11^^1*18 if I-* mu 5i y*\ytf^,g'^^������'ii'','w ill  ���������-..'���������J ,.'-:'-,���������  Tho Bhort cut oil, spoclally prepared toFcUHe >on reuporB, .  binders and thrOBhorfl.   "Proventa all avoldablo friction.  Doob not run oft or thin out.    Body    uoV'affected    by  moltttuiMi or change of climate. ���������   -. ���������.���������,   ���������   ���������  Standard Oat Engine OU gives tho boBt luftVlcatlon po***  ulblo, alike in koroBone, gnBolino and gas engines, Keopa  Its body nt high to mpcraturcB. Equally good tor all ojc-  tornal boarlngB,  Mica Axle Grease Ib tho best known, moBt llkod axlo  groaao mado.   Nov or rubs off or gums.  ������������������j.-v-  ������������������.r������',l  \:im  Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine Gasoline  m   ���������"'*������*������-*    m ������'������ ������ W"*<M������ir*s| jfca )*  m+%**  1.  *������aji  (SttilSlSilS Ii*  ���������������������������/u  M  m  r.  1*  ���������ti&seSBa  ll.WMrt.ll'  ������������������   -Ji.j*.v ���������������*.���������-���������  ssifHftsMiisaaMai  **LE  IXe Creston  l^evielfr  tt������������������s*������&~!2&.  Published ovesy JS-riday at prestos, British Columbia, bythe Oreston Print  s'; aad Publishing Company, Ltd.  W. B. McOluke  Editor and Manager  She Bevie-r is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston vaiiey, oir  onletiag in nearly one thctssand homes throughout, the Oreston district and  reaohlHJcr ont in & brosd manner into other commuwities.   Our ad^ertisini." rates  ears based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  . Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Displny advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 oenteper line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates ������2.00 a year in  advance, uur columns are open co contributions dealing in matter--* of local interest a*d the welfare of the community. CDntributioncTniust be brief and  signed.  ������-s..C"H&!^  '/IA ��������� /.,,':  O W xi- ^ vji/vS***-*  ~YtirrW:  Motel  tjmamBmwmamVaammmnmmaamawaaa  uicuiyiv past  ���������^tab ni nv mum r������  mini rsy ru nivui a  UBVkklt     WI     BliaflkiW  Vaedals Take Sign Plant-  TT'U: VS!  Ceremony  <r*:u���������������4>  virea*.  The bitter spirit of rivalry existing in i,  the towns of Alberni and Port Alberni,  on the west coast of Vancouver Island,  culminated a few days ago in an act of  vandalism, the uprooting of the Sx-st  post of the Canadian Highway planted  ^Tith imposing ceremony on Saturday.  May, 4 by W. J. Kerr, president of the  OvSmmSoot Sigiiway Association, in the  presence of an assembly mcludingmany  of the prominent figures of British Columbia and the stale of Washington.  Port Alberni hae been a keen aspirant  for the honor of providing the site of  the post, bat, "because of the advantages  ���������&������������������������������������-, Mils has boss a-srsrdsd to the  ��������� few days after the post had been  pkated. in the dead of the night, three  of the ra-sifieais of Fore Alberni stole cat  *������rom their town, armed with pickaxes  shovels, and. cfowbars, and proceeded to  the old town, where they luickly up-  xooted the initial signpost of the Canadian Highway, and carried it in triumph  to Perl Alberni.   The disappearance of  the eigu was the one object of conversation in Alberni the following morning  and early in the day an emergency meeting of the prominent men was called  -and   immediate action  decided upon.  Concentrated   suspicion   pointed   due  -south, but even before a definite plan of  ���������jsctioa was decided upon a group of men  "was seen approaching from Port Alber-  mi, bringing with them the desecrated  'Bign.   The beavers of the signpost tendered the old town profuse apologies  ���������from the Mayor A. E. Waterhonse and  **&e members ot his oounoil.  fDhus the matter ended in bo far as the  Nearer my God fcoTUee  Solmnly they sang  "Wide o'er the lee Sea  The Anthemn rang  Flash goes the wireless code  Far from the ship away  Send help, we'er sinking fast  Cento without delay.  Off with the life boats men  Farewells all are o'er  Pall from that sinking Bhip  With your precious store  Leaving husbands, sons to die  Oh God the treacherous sea  vv bile tiVei: on tb  Nearer to Thee.  -A thousand heroes stand  Waiting their doom  While the victorious  band  Send out into the gloom  "Thou let the way appear  Steps unto Heaven  All that thou sendeth uie  tn mercy given,"  Quickly the waters rise  All help is past  Nearer my God to Thee  TTr**-il +l������a von, loglh  Ansles to beckon, me  Nearer my God to Thee,  Kearer my God to Thee.  Kearer to Thee  One minute more to wait  The lights burn dim  fm������.x������������   ������5m,������*l^...-,cv������  /.f*w.������i.u.   ..1.  A-SACA*   UIUAUCOO  WUT^A.0   C������A.  But still that- Holy Hymn  Floats ont upon the waves  Across the lee Sea  Nearer my God they play  Nearer to Theo.  :i  '^UjtaCW/AMB  **���������*������-������ ���������*" *"**> ������**���������*���������:   1*>A  !  \/OTJ  will  make   jig  |       when you get off the train  "���������    if you sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  WM*f '/ +U*\ su^n  u^  substantiate  this.  "We  *     ���������   ' "*-- j study  the  comfort cf our guests.  rrutt    I3ea B  Xhe rooms are well furnished in  3." manner u^-io-date.  i he sheading |  -i  ������-v*v  BF?  Our   Guests j  Calt   c/lgain \  Headquarters for Mining Men, ^  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists ,1|  and Commercials.  ii^ 8LW\  /. ������j* ivioran  el _  *>������^^r>*%  A   JJJJ. ��������� ^-S      ������     __-������_  Glen M.   tVisier   arrived ia Creston  Tuesday from a trip to Winnipeg and  pEoei-e&avem po������ut-i. ������������������...������  Wreck of -.'.* Titanic1' largest, best writ-{  ten,  best- illustrated,   most   attractive  <t>i .00.  R  ������  A.  ������SViSi:   v'A*.*aCcw    pUuiiij    j,Ua'  .3  t   if  15  {-Q*  Biggest commission  ever.    Freight- prepaid.     Outfit   free. t  Send 10a cost of mailing.     Rush to-day  to ''Maritime Publishing Co",   Box. 94  i St. John. N  B.  A Citizen recommend that side walk  going up "v icicris Avenue be toru up  and relaid and that for reasons obvious  to an'"- pedestrian.  Ths Fruit Growers' Union is now  taking orders for flour and feed. Leave  your orders at the office oa Canyon St.  J. Cook, Sec-Treas.  Miss Lucas, who has been staying for  past few weeks with Mrs. B. Mallen-  dain left Wednesday forGleichen. Alta--  V7 P. Holmes, S. P.  Bastoa and   W  -, A- Rodger, are spending the  week end  {at Kitchener.  Semi-resdf  SOLD at the same ptlco e\eirwhere If  Canaii*���������tins same in ih������ pocket.  Send lot tanipleu of $20 "Kins's Oss"  seine and $25 Briiains lissj -aUoslil**  *juuk.  Aib the clothier in yotw town cr xrAtt  dit,.ct^-Seuii-Jeacly. I.I ni'!������,*. Momw^Al-  Cml-rritbi* 2*aU*3ria||  CV. l'rcd Johnston, Fcrnte, C C.  Kim   *������.������*���������������  c w. c.  an unfortunate thing should happen I  only trust that the incident will mark  the culmination of the feeling between  the towns of Albarni and Port Alberni,  and that from now on these two places  will cultivate a more friendly spirit and  some of that sweetness of disposition  and charity which makes for the betterment of all things."  H. Empson, who has been assisting  the menage of the Creston Hotel for  some time past, has left town to take up  the position of chef in one of Mr. Sullivan's camps.  Will Smith has accepted a job on the  bridge work near Canyon City.  Diirinir the early part of the wpi*k  Messrs Rawles aud Miller were out  taking simp Phots in the hills when  aijjOv r<i.n j.xcrc?s ������, coupAc? Oa oeavs.  Being expert with the gun, they shot  both of them and brought in the hides  which were in excellent condition.  The hoys are now wearing a smile.  Mrs. Sheldon of Sirdar visited with  Mrs. Hunt for a conple of days.  Superintendent Wren of Cranbrook  with a party of friends, laid over in  Kiichener for a days fishing".  Sir. doibourn.  who litis obtained a  i  license for a hotel in Marysville, leaves  Monday to take charge.  Mrs. Barkley, who has been running  a boarding house in Kitchener is also  leaving for Marysville.  Mrs. Hunt, who has been ill for  several days, has again recovered.  ?"***t v^N.?'"-"^ -������������������^"^rS^'*v''*'/'"'������*:*������jr'"o*'c;- "ibsr*  ���������*aV  V  We have just placed into stock a* new  ^ line of Stationery, Sundries, also  Linen, Bond aud Onion Skin writing pads  new boxed Stationery, and a complete,  stock of Ledgers, Cash books   etc.,  at  _*��������� *���������  .casonable prices.  Creston Drug&Book Co.  Phone 51  1 \i l ���������  ., Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery iri Town)  All ciass of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and-pack  horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manf>. Oo.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill nil order.?, both b? wire and mull, imd meet all tr������ii������H  ill  receive prompt attention  ���������v*   at any hour of the day or niglit.    Com-nerciil men and lanaseekers,  'S    Hi  . McGreath. rrop  -3-g*^-9-������i������^:-������:-������^*-g:-g^Saa:-9i*3:-g������3S������S^S:-9������:-������:3:'9:-&-^S^^  ts^-*sjsiis*i mnm tTb.m+*Mt*rv,**.%������ iwawjs-^j  J  rt   fi /[ /t t\   (i*'</i ."���������  Morris Wisler returned Tuesday from  Albernls are oouoerned, but it is pro Cranbrook where he has been for some  table thnt more will be heard of it, as time.  the officers of the Canadian Highway  AAsoooiation   are extremely annoyed at  the llborty taken.   The tampering with  a  aignpost iii a criminal offence in Canada  and liable to aovoro punishment, Sev-  tttid prooeontionB havo been instituted  by the Pnoiflo Highway Association  to tho past few months, whon proof  could be adduced against some party or  ���������partlea who had wilfully tampered with  or mutilated their signs.  Inorder to mitigate against the poatd-  MUty of tho rtpltion of this fool trick, it ia  tha intention of the officers of tho assoo-  Ution to take proceedings against the  Fort Alberni men who tore up the post,  and to make this an example that wil)  MSmfvam **wiut:bbkitii tttdibeii. Speaking  on this aubjeot -yesterday, President W.  JT. Kant laid, "I look upon tho tearing  ���������ttp of the llrti* post of the Canadian  Highway as an act of dosooraiion, iu  arfeSff "Wsy fl������ obj*!l''*'*A*"*bli* nn wot-ild bo  *lte iremoval of tho corner stooo of a  ���������aotadt editice. This pos* was planted  ���������with dn������ form and oereinouy In the  f*-������-NMtft0Q of over 1,200 people, men of  prominence from all tho coast cities and  ���������������**������������������.    KSfittlS    TfSSSJSSi    "Hd     fOTtiv.Tl'l *  iftldbag p������t in tha function.   Jt curtain-  ly Is hnmlliatlug to these gcintlemen to  WATER NOTICE  Owing to the scarcity of water The  Goat Mountain Waterworks Co., find it  absolutely ueccswary to prohibit the unnecessary nee or waste of water and  hereby give notice that the hours for  sprinkling lawns or flower gardens nhnll  be between 7 o'clock nnd 9 o'clock in  tho oveniug only.  In no cime shall the wnter bo allowed  for irrigating purpoBPfl.PnrtieB will also  kindly note (hat ncccrdiug to contract  ther aro supplied with water for domes-  tio pnrposeR only���������should thoy require  it for lawns or flower gardens application must bo mado to tho Hocrotary of  the company for n permit.  Our collector him bi*on" infltrnotod to  act in ncoordanco with thoBo regulation  and any por&onfl found guilty of tho  infraction of theHO regulations aro liable  to havo tboir water Bupply shut off.  Thonei rnprulntioiiH to remain in foroo  until tho 01 st day of August, 1012.  J. Mttllnndniuo,  OroBton, 13. C, Hoo'y.  Mny 1C, 1912.  Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed 'Tender for  Interior Fittings, Post Office. oustomB  aud Inland Revenue nt Cranbrook, B  C," will be reoeived until l:00P.M,.  on Thursday, May SO 1913, for the work  mentioned.  TonderB will not be considered unless  mado upon forms furnished by Department, and in ncoordauce with oondicions  contained therein!  Plans and specification tq bo soon on  application to Mr. W. M. MacEnchrau,  Clerk of WorltB Grnubroolt,  B. 0.,  Mr.  W. Henderson, Resldont Architect, Vie*  i  torin, B. C, and at tho Dupiirtmout of  Pnblia Works, Ottawa.  Each tender must bo accompanied hy  an ncooptod cheque on a chartered bank  puyublo to tho orilor of tho Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to  ten por oont (10 p. o.) of tho amount of  tho tender.  By order,  ������. O. DIDSIIOOHTORS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Woikti,  Ottawa, May 8, 1012  NOTICE  Nelson Land Dis riot���������District of West  Kootenay  Take notice that Ic Gny Lowenberg.  of Creston, B, O., occupation, npeut, intends to upply for permission to pur  ohaRO iIn following described lands;  Oommenaiug nt a p?int on the east  boundary of lot 1)260 about 20 ohains  north from its Bonthenst corner, thence  eneterly 40 obnins, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chains west 20 chains  north 20 chnius move* ot lesR to thopoint  of oomui'cnoouicut cpntuining  120 acrop  more or less.  Guy Lowonborg,  Dated Mny 10,1012.. Applicant.  *?  Every once in awhile a good thing comes your  waj', and--it is simply up to }'OU wbe her you  make ii vours. or   bliadlv tjass it bv.  ii  UL   sc nirTuc none" innav id  suiuyaiLL Oil Jiii. OUun   ivUhl Io  s  ^^.^^^^i  If you're wise and alive you'll get in on this,  while, the time is ripe, to turn dimes into dollars  almost "overnight.". ���������   y    . ''��������� tititi'-,.'-?  ���������   Big Lots From $200- .^���������ra^V-up.^^5\-?;-/:>4  B. C. TO  ll  MADAM HAVAL'*  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  think that, after the ������xpense and incon  ml.  aoia ut uii uriiii ���������������"*>'������.'������������������ <��������������� "v uii������������������ uu  MWfcl runrnr On.., at. 43S*nm\ttlUatt VTJU  Thttm a'JIN ttrt) ������*.'uiii*i'iiiti<l<i(l with ilio a ran test  CM** lrv>������.i l.',������ i;;.;t,'l   icllhl'le- icim-dlc* Inown to  IClAttlCCi; UUCll 111! il������0 Ih'IiI(T U������l*cl wild IIIUCllflUCCON-l  by Urn rnonr ceJobr'ttod jjliyBlclHiiB Irnown.  T>i<*y nrr a npuctEic tor this illMtifidfilni' dluordari,  to wliii-li lliu luumlo i.nii������ltliiliiiii li. Itiililu.  I'rlrc #'������ i. Iwtcf.     K������������, tt (iiiihIi mrrmijrcfi, Jtll ���������  OUI   J.MW  FOB SALE  Yiw; ;u;ic Ifnilt 4;jnl PgiiUtj ranch U.x  Kale. CIoho to town luljolulng tlui men.  down and Hultabln for Hloi'lc or dniry  t-'Ultilu, lUiarliig Oi-ohiU'd bring in good  luoomo.      Apply owuor % Itovlow,  Vniioouver, a. G, May 22���������Biitish  Columbia will send fivo dologntcB to  Montreal to compeln nt, nil nnniullnn  Ol.uwplo trlnlH. F McConiuiil of tlio  Vnnoonvor Atlilofio club, Duiiciiu Gil-  lir, former policetuuii, who tlnuw llm  hammer 100 foot lust Hiiinim>r,W.UhiunU  lorofthoV. A. C. aro tho mon who  will ro from Vnnoonvor. IT. B. Boasloy  ciudT. Gallon, both of Ihn .Tomok Bny  A, A. will roproHont tho oiiplf-.nl city nt  trinltf in tho onfltorn motropllB.  W- H,   CllUlldlur UllH    llUOIl    JUDIIUtl    IIH  roaorvo nitin imd his ipmin Iiuh bnon cinb  led to Stookolhi for entry in tlio 10,000  motuvraco. Uo won tho (Ivo mllo rurn  Saturday by a hip nud a half from Oiun-  oroil Wniit'h, vi iio ir, wum iMpi-olnd *,viml<i  Uo able (0 oblniii u |>lu.:u o.i llm m.iiii.  Vauoouvor Iiuh plopi-d |500 for tho <>x  ponsOM ������ik1 Yiuloria will-buusltoil for  just io per cent down and 5-���������.���������.per tent n month  gives you ownership of re-il prppeity-ilvat should  solve all your future financial problems,  ^HfcgB No use ulliug you tlie dcmils in lh'.������, space���������  3^281 it would take this whole paper to.do die.subject  ���������^j justice, and even then you. rightly would want to  *WBt   -, -,. VJST^ ���������  ��������� ' "   S'.J cciuc  an.l sec  ut-^iu'c   Lime .ind ;n*iLc   nio'uey lgZ<r'  YOU'.8 FOR 'PKOSi'liKITY ���������      ^^  _^^_.: ; ^_..._?^ ; : ..._. ^  Dominion Stock & Bond,Corp.,  Limited  Vancouver, B* C*  Creston Valley Enyestmsnt Co.;  'Ji'i*"!!  "r.i  wMS l\X( t-rtJSlUiliin1-! ta   Ul. avr;  J**& <ia^  ' -Y^������fc������a������li9 ������j������J|-������������JsTt������A MfkMakHMM}^  '    I) If M V N) Uy \ i y V V M  V U V  i * V M *  It    ������   il   V     'Wi/fM  - ^ .^AWy^^.^ ^i->ES*. )ssg .(ess**,. f& .#s*. 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NOTE���������Whereas it is only possible  for .fruit magazines and publications  '?? to cover the field of fruit raising in a  general manner, the Review has installed this department in whioh ideas  derived from actual experience by  ranchers of this locality, shall be  printed, thus making the subject matter of direct interest to this'valley's  fruit growers.  The Stocks & Jaoksoa ranch generally acknowledged to be the best appearing orchard io the valley, the place  which is pointed out by real estate  men to prospective buyers as an ex-  ample of what ca.i* bs 'zova liere, is but  i  seven years old. "Best appearing", is  almost too mild a way to describe it;  it is simply beautiful > and well worth  going miles'to see with its straight  rows of trees of equal heights, luxuriant with foliage and now fast disappearing blossoms, with its knee deep  clover, with its raspberry bushes  standing standing higher than your  head sustained iu -their upright position by wires running along the rows  to heavy posts at the ends, and with  its magnificent strawberry beds. All  of this too is withont irrigation and in  qtplo of the driest springs Creston has  *^f������^ -seen in years  <���������/������������������������������ -.   *3#MOY>.'-l,***r������        fn PTtt inff       rf-VT������     ?Q t\\ O"-*     ���������p*������J.S*J-  * 1 m  sffiV-HI erowim? is wbnt has mad** it* i*- i<*  also sending one of its owners to England on a vacation trip in the fa?\.  Walter Jackson showed us over the  neat ranch, telling as we walked, the  methods employed in making the  orchard such a success.  s  B%1  W. H. JOHNSON,  m no i������������������lci  Proprietor  ���������  m  - 2  Y,l  nis  THE   HOME  OR   THB  *  ' TRANSIENT  m-  OOMMODIOUS  &AMPL.E  ROOMS  Jtiotei  is  best    known    and     popular"  Hotels  in  the   Kooteaays.  *  The dininer room is strictlvl  up-to-date and   the  bar Supplied with only the best brand  of sroods. :  J  "I   i  r.  THE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF   rOMMFPfT  1TI J.TA JL_J  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.G.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  , sps  Hftinp  "rtfitPBi  "���������TM'tl*JICVyga-tV*in? fflg'-WTJ-T^y-ff-iT">7\Yft'!:>F*itt!r!!tt'iiST9*  "7P*r.r.      i~*.n.ne.    ���������������������.������>      ������������4-      4^^4-#\^.^.     -C?^>rt4.     n���������^n..4-  .   ,   # ^-..^,       lill/OT    CA/AC      OC7U      AAJ.1/^3C.AA     A.X.WV    M������>������.AU  r���������% in the rows a,nd the rows are placed  thirty fefit *ipart. Although it i*������ o  common practice to have the trees  fifteen feet apart apart each way, this  placing does not crowd the trees when  they develope and cultivation is more  convenient. At the same time the  iii   ground between the rows is used to  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  X tl������      VyaijciVAACAIA      A-.CL.A.V.     IS*     ^���������^...l*������w������ ww     ^..^i.w..wM      .**      ������   ���������*- ���������- w       w.^A^        ���������.���������������*.*.������ V������  for the transaction of their banking- business including- the discount and  collection of sales notes.    Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge ,  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts' may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of  Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful ^  attention as is given jto-all other departments" of the Bank's business^  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily-as  by a personal visit to the Bank. \ A231  'PERCY "EB. FOWLER, Manager, Creston Branch  fill  !i������$5lg ������0  ������������������at m *  W  <G><stfS*  ������M8p������  J<JK     S<   AA  B Tha Elpi'f'aeh nnln-nYa  Of Vancouver, Bk.  _ q l^iiiy>ij5AB������iae IPn   i *i  r^ <*������& -^ ���������������&& <���������*& -��������������������� sb*** -������ -^ Sr ��������� -^ -������^ -^ "^ -^ -*^ -^ -^ft <-���������><& ������  ���������^^r^Jivr^^.^. rf^*^^-/j-^**^aP'������A!SS*'������ ���������^Kr**>t37-<a������'- patt* (s&* fit*' gsof "pa*' ^���������,  Sterner cv (Tc.  Wholesale  Provisions,    Produce,    Frii't  (Jeni'val (.���������tiniiiilosioii MoK-imntK  M������LSON        -        3.  c.  ^W.'^TBBS'tSipr Jp .(   r*H,(i.,^(  _,,..v"*?^;r������  ty?ti'\it   -VW**'*������*>1**,''9  *>sf.,\t^ _. .  k������.  i,   KJ^Jt^A.!**** *,  BURKS'  COMPLETE  i���������i?iE  :iWON������mf ;;:  &E&.D&  i^m/.tm*. j-,--. -n". ^������i������..���������'.  ^w'i "." .,������ -'.,���������������-., ������r J, .,..<,,..'. f*. t/������"..������i������  ,.  ,.j, ........   .*.,-   -,. ��������� i.'.-i-* ;'!i.   d  HORSE .-:��������� B-REED������RS! -:.- ATTENTION  I J, II 4,11, Himm II lllllilljl 11 ia������MM������������������l*������������������l������������.IH������ l������'lWI������.|.,lto,������<������l<������������IMIII������MWI,..������<������W������������A������?414lli  ^ IIHRHIII..  |JJ The   Imported Belgian Stallion TAMUOUR  ^ WAER, NO.'" jji'Si).; '\v:.ll: stand nt McCreatl.'s  "' r3Dfr>AV'nfl:fM-,n^on  r������ml SATURDAY fnn>nn<,ii  tif for this stt.'ifiiin.  Sow Bui ns*Fertilizr.*,  And Reap Dollars.  Call or iicud for our  New -Pamphlet which is,  ���������full of useful inforiUAiiou.  for I'rtiit Growern etc. :  Lli*tnU-������<l  CRK8TON        -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGA RY|- VANCOU-  VER;    EDMONTON.  m*m%m*a*a*mmmammamaaaw  '^������2*'X.'<2m.'a'������i'������>, i*i3mVla\   *^!^'^*'a.'^^^-^^^^(sV*i   |f������;  tf^lU^^i^S' *������������������������������������b������n*������rua  m  8  ��������� 1 ���������   . ���������    , , ..,,-- --,. ���������,L      .   .     m,  .  ��������� ���������*��������� ,  *a   Electric Restorer fof JVhoii  (1   ^HosphonoH���������,f.aty:",u,r,i,vffl^r^:1.1^,!^ Mm omwv* tiiin thoir nlLonUou   to.  2?   ffikai^:-^ Alkmf halt ut Ui.lv mii������-h Ir tlcvotcii 16  grow a crop which probably pays as  much as the increased number of trees  would in care of closer planting, and  also puts and keeps the soil in good  condition.    Although many growers  believe clover or any other crop iu an  orchard robs the trees of nourishment  and *tnoistui.e both. ir. what tbe plants  use   and  what  is lost   through lack  of proper mulching, the appearance of  this orchard surely gives contradictory  evidence.    Mr,   Jackson  snys,   "The  land in this valley on being cleared, is  not in the best condition for growing  frnit and If it wove, it stands to reason  that before the orchard js ten years  old the wiii will  bo  worn uuL uult-nt-.  ��������� continnully lonuetl, and it is evident  to 1110 that clover grown in the orchard  'forms h, f'-nili'-ST   which   equals   ten  loads of that coining from the barns."  j u Jhe first yi/tu* lht> j>round is sowu  to clover.   Tho fli">t crop th'i following  year is made into hay 'iih'd the next,  Untied under,    Tlie third year pota-  tbos:.'ov-������oine other iiiiick  prodnoing  vogetablo ov Hinall frnit Is grown and  then    tlio   clover   in   again   Htaitcd.  The clover, w',������������ gonorally know, in  tlio liouio  of  a  nitrogen  producing  bacteria, and  it also makes tho soil  liii'iiiy'wliuu plowed under.    Mamu'O.  of oouiho Is iUno net'd for fei'tllizoi'.  Tho, Htrawberry nnd 'raspbevry 1)������'<1h  are all between the rows of trees.  jA?f(:ei' ivbout Jh<' HilVd }*'''>���������' "���������' bearing  Uii),ttti'iiwbevi'U)H are turned undor nnd  ��������� ...i i ���������, ��������� . ���������  the clover started in the place.  ltotation of crops and Venning of the  a ill by menu's of clover, together wltjh  what might bo called almowt inieiiHivo  farming, then ������eom to b^* the chief  factors in Stocks & Jackson's success,  Thoy add the Hpltzonburg and tho  wealthy to tho Molutouh lied und  Wagener whlcl* wove moiitlonod In  liVMtb weekN aitiole, as being Hlandnrd  ajiphiH lor linn (iiNtriiti,.  FvnIt growing Ih not the only thing  Have just received an So page illustrated  .aud descriptive catalogue of   their  fruit  trees, shruhs, roses, etc., which is free  for  the askiug to intending  planters.  || Apple direct to this onice or to W������ S. Watson  li at Creston, B. C.  !l     A  TRIAL ORDER will convince ih most  critical of the superiority of our one year bid  tres on three year roots.  The Bm Gm Nurseries Go. LttSm9.        ""^  14-S3 7th five* Wm VstBaeossves*, B* G*  1!  SB  il  ������-  irabe!  Ss&ttBsBBe ssbbsS  ffiepmrisag  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   ing 1   class  boots S.JQ snoes.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston    Wine   J3  Spirit Co*  I  J  JNEmroUtS JJEBILTTY, I  OUR NEW METKOto TR*QATF3ENT -will euro you and.make u inaji oB    m  you.  Undoi* its Influoncp tbe !>r:iln booo neu aotlvo. tho blood purlllod so that aU:  pimplox, Plotclioa nml uloewi lioalup; tlio ncrvoa booomo Btroni? ns etqui; bo that   ���������������--���������-*-������-'������������������* -   - ���������        ���������- "'    oyca beoomo bri������*;lit,'tlio  '   "      '. -mental  syuUim.  ��������� <f V** ������������������^-���������������������������,*  Jf Vfcil (iVIli ������������������J **������|i>"-������ wm**    <n*V|l      4>#a������.������t,* *,i-s,^,sj    vnMi������������fcS\/w   ���������������#**   **���������   ������.*���������%*������*���������'**���������������       ���������- ������-���������   *w   - ��������� ���������'   ���������*jJI*l*W Ifcll  and falchfl rob you OE your hard oartiotl dollars,    .  ear no *iame3 used without written consent  THREATENED WITH L������ARALYSIS  Ector I3. Summora rolatcn hla oxporlcncc:  "I was tvoublod with Norvoua DoblUty  for many years.   IJ'vyit- to Intliuorotlou  and c^ccsBoa In youili.   X bocimo vory  Uc^ijondoiit, and illdn'b caro wlictliof  worlcod or not. I ImaRiucd overybo  \,lio looicflil tit mn guorisod my mov  "���������inai"��������� ���������*"    " --*-"-*��������� -���������*-���������  my . ......  bncle of my. bead, bands and foot ivcro  Imnfflnatlvo dreams tit xilghiVwoakonod  mo���������my buok ftobod, bad painti In tlio  bncle of my bead, bands and foot ivcro  cold, tircdln the wornlnpf. poor appotlto,  flnaera wero ohalty, eyes bltiiTcd, Jinlr  looBo, momory poor, olo. Ktunbuosa In  thoi*lac'Ci*c''ctfnfind V.n docfn* told mo  ho foirod pttralyslB. I took ail Icbda oC  miodlclnca nnd trIo.rt nmny ���������flfst-olami  p?iyo!cIatiB, woro nn clrof.rl-j bolt for tliwo  inont'iH,   nut  rouolvnd Jiitlo Uormllb.   *  ���������(���������Ant treatment  \vaa I'-idncoil to cons'ilb Dra. Konncily  ��������� Ki       "'    "  ^"JBh  Konncdy, tbou.'-li I bndlost hU fattli in    **?** ���������%**'"**'"mk  tiooforn.  Y.llro n rti-rtwnlnrr mmi t r,r*nn*w*-nw*d tlio Nnw Mri-non TnwAinHCNT and lb  waved my llto. Tlio Imrirovotnotiliwr.i llko maprlo���������Icoul(li*ooltbovlnpri^lnffthrn������(rl'i  tbonorven. I waa onrcd montally nnd phynlonily. Ibavo Bont tuwn many patlonU  and contlnuo to do bo.  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  W������ tr������ii-t nn-1 mm VAW' ! VEINS. NERVOUS ttEmLrTY, BLOOD AND  UHlNAlCi CUMl'UiUNiiJ. *uwil"-*r AWU UJLAtlUJuK. UttLAitLJ* wmJ milUtintmtmm  psicullsir ta Mmn.  ^CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS ntEE. If un������illoloc-illx<rU������fcr������Qu.������aon  uUnk tor Horn** Troatmmit.  Dp.s.irtE^nEMTotBCEffiNEuY  , Cor, Michl^ai. Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit. Mich.  WkmmtmmmWaav BIB flflTT H bT* DT A11 lcttors from Coimda niuflt bo nddreM������d  1MMK     illi* I Q*lrf Dm      tonnr CnnarUnn Correspondence Deriiirt-  llVIM'E'4������SMMtSi ������.������.������,. ���������������_������������������-.���������������.-.��������� ....   ������������..     -,        ,     o    '        Tf      ���������    i   ������������������".. ���������'������*      ������  ������"' ��������� i    i.   i .������to>4 4441411. 4 41     IVJUUHUI,    V'llt.       44   >Vill   UV.M4V   **4> ,  v.tz its personally call at onr Medical Institute In Detroit aswc sett and treat  too patient* In our Windsor rfflces t\-hich arc for Corresix>ndcnc������������ end  Xvuboiutoi-y for Cauudlan bu������liiuuu only,   AddrcHB ull kttuii* M* XoUowa:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Wlnd.or, Out  WWU1or our pi-lv������tu uddroiii.  ^mmm  Stf  MMMIi  sfM.tsSjfMJa  fflWiiiMiiii  -'-2  MfcS  V  ���������w  ~������i-^i|  '-!''���������*>'���������'I  :^.i  ������������������:>>���������'  tiM  mmmmm i^E&OBE&TOM  -������*-*.:  ^I������M������ES"QU:A SKIN HASH'  urz  ??Y?'?Y??:2am-Buk:;Wlll E"*- '*���������'���������' .-.-,  Y:YFVpr skin rashes, eruptions, eczema,  ?ietc.,?(. either    in  adults  or  children,  there'   is    nothing known to science  ?Which equals Sam-Buk in tha quiek-  vhess: and certainty of    its    curative  power.    Mr. Raymond Webber, of Al-  lanburg, Ont., writes:    "I have tried  Zam-Buk    for    many    ailments, and  every time have found it successful.  Some time ago I had a bad rash all  over    my  body.    I tried home-made  salves, herb salves, and various homemade preparations, and these proved  of no use, but when I tried Zam-Buk  I was cured in a quarter of the tima  that I had been experimenting in vain  ���������with other preparations  "On another occasion I had one of  my fingers crushed, and in that case  also Zam-Buk was the only remedy I  used. It healed the wound splendidly.  "My boy had boils and once again  Zam-Buk brought about a complete  cure. We have also used it as a household balm, for the injuries and skin  diseases which are common to every  person, and can say that in. our experience there is notmug to equal  Zam-Buk."  Zam-Buk owes Its unique healing  power to certain herbal extracts it  contains. Unlike most ointments it  contains no poisonous coloring matter, no animal fat, but is purely herbal. For eczma, piles, blood poison, abscesses,, ulcers,, cusY burns -and all  skin injuries and diseases it is without equal and should be in every  home. 50c box- all druggists and  stores. Use also Zam-Buk Soap, 25c,  tablet.  The Evils ol* - Idleness.' :-.-Y"YY/-''  ?? It has been said that idleness is  the mother of mischief. It is also the  mother of ill-health.  The lack of muscular and mental  activity plays havoc with the various  tissues and functions of the human  body. The science of physiology  teaches that idleness and inactivity  breed disease and death. Decay follows stagnation as naturally as night  follows day.  The law of life, whether purely  physical or intellectual, is activity  ���������ceaseless activity. Just in proportion as you cease to work you cease  to  live. '  In health we sleep sweetly and  soundly, and work willingly. We eat  with a relish, and are hopeful and  happy. Our skies are bright, our  hearts are full of May-day music and  of love.   The world seems to us just  ^Y^iYfiVrobpellaW ar*d Parasols.  Y/Fashibns change in umbrellas as  'well:as In clothes. Ws nnd on visit-  ing the London Museum that George  IV. used to?carry a green silk umbrella :f ringed with gold, and about twice  as large ?as the" umbrella of today.'  ParaapIsYtoo, havn diminished in size  since they first came into use. Henri  Estlenhe, writing in 1578, speaks of  a parasol as capable generally of sheltering four persons from the sun. And  when they diminished in circumference the material remained of the  heaviest. Red velvet parasols, with  heayy gold fringes, were carried by  ladles of fashion in thf days of Louis  XIV. .At that time it was possible,  when crossing a bridge in Paris, to  hire a parasol at one end and deposit  it at the other, the charge for tho  accommodation being a sou.���������London  Chronicle.  . ���������A.     '-*���������*.'*_    _ '<klf f lit  What tbe Paris Police Are Paid  The Paris police who risked their  lives in trying to arrest the members  of the automobile bandit band are not  overpaid.  The chief inspector, Colmard, receives $840 a year and has reached  the highest rate in the service. Sergt.  Fleury������ has $600 a year. After him  comes Inspector Rohr, who arrested  Capony, for which day's work he got  $1.50.  Inspector Leroy has $1.34 a day and  inspector Sevetrs and Huet,Ywho after watching for seven consecutive  nights, arrested Raymond, la Sciesce,  ���������do not receive quite $1.25 a day.  Insnector Naessens, who arrested  one of the .gang, Paul Boebel, gets  the same amount.  It is true that pensions are  after a certain length o������ service, but  it is not surprising in view of ths  scale of the pay that good men in. the  Paris detective service should bo attracted by private" work.  better. The people in it doing the  best they know how. They are growing wiser day by day, and will soon  know  enough never to  do wrong.  Health means energy, enthusiasm  and ardent activity. It means a childlike trust that all is well, and that it  will be well with us forever more.  "Torpor begets stupidity, suspicion,  hatred, misanthropy, and every vile  thing. Activity begets the glow of  hope, the flush of joy, the holy balm  of aspiration and a glorious anticipation  of the great hereafter.  Increasing years, silver hairs, old  age, are not necessarily associated  with a staggering mind, a stagnant  memory, a decrepit body, a complaining tone, an absence of all that is real  in life.  We hear much of people sick from  overwork. There are many more sick  from doing nothing. The person who  attempts to go through life avoiding  all effort, letting others carry all the  burdens, "reaping where he has not  sown," is not likely to make substantial progress in mental c-u-ltuv,** or  physical development and strength.  The Force of Lightning  The amount of light giveu by a single lightning flash is enough, an electrician calculates, to illuminate an  area of two square miles. ho bolt  itself would be visible several miles  further off. but the remotest part of  the region mentioned would have as  much light as would be given by a  candle-���������quite enough to read by.  To produce such a light it would be  necessary  to  expend    13.000    horse-  second.     These figures  appear large,  but the time is short.  The flash might be for   only    1-iOQO  i-fie*.!.  The late Bishop William N. Mc-  Vickar, of Rhode Island, harbored, a  large soul in a body to match. He  was a bachelor, whose sister kept  house for him. ?  On cue occasion he telephoned to  his tailor that he wished to have a  ps-tir of trousers pressed, and the  tailor sent a boy to his residence to  get thein?  The BiBhpp's sister admitted the  messenger and called upstairs: "Willie, the boy has come for your trousers! "  When her brother appeared tho  youth's astonished gaze traversed the  iu������m.oi).       AtAAxsA. Conine        v:uii>ui-*jsn,j,',  thee, he murmured:  "Gee! Is that WUllt������!"  r&ia&d^g&g&^&FX  Ztiztei&mMs  AN INVHWOON  TO SICKNESS  A lady recently stopped at an east-  end open-air butcher's stall and pur-!  chased a joint at threepence a pound.  She returned shortly after and complained that it was saturated with  naphtha from one of the butcher's  lamps.  ^    VV-CTAJJ    AAIC i JCUialACU     IAIC    AJUCV^UITA .  "You gels don't want much ��������� not  *arf! You've got a wing rib off a bullock what was bred by King George  hisself : for threepence a pound, and  now you ain't satisfied! You're askin'  too much, mum. If you want your  Sunday's joint flavored with heau-de-  Cologno, you'll have to spring another  'a'pennv!"  part of a second, hut the impression on  the eye would continue for a tenth  of a second anyway. Reckoned down  to an exact hour, this moment of force  would mean only about four horsepower.  The question of how the static electricity gets into the clouds is difficult  to answer. One theory is that it is  generated by the evaporation of water hy the  sun's  rays.      Another is  Tommy's Aunt���������Won't you have  another  piece  of cake,  Tommy?  Tommy (on a visit)���������No, I thank  you  Tommy's Aunt���������You seem to be suffering from loss of appetite.  Tommy���������That ain't loss of appetite.  What I'm suffering from is politeness.  To Use Stilts In Hop Field.  London.���������During the coming hop  season In Kent the workers will use  stilts while tying the vines���������a custom which has been In disuse some  y^ars.  nnv.,:,.���������u..  ^.%SAAl,AtAC������4Aj  taking place from the earth into the  air, and are there readily collected  by particles of moisture. When the  particles of moisture condense they  form heavy thunder clouds and this  formation of raindrops causes the  lightning flashes as explained.���������Chicago Tribune.  FOR YEARS  Wants Other Women to Know  How She was Finally  Restored to Health.  What Ancient Knew About Eclipses  The ancients found out how to predict eclipses of the moon, but those  of the sun baffled them. They observed the lunar cycle of eighteen Julian years eleven days, in which the  moon returns to almost the same po-  ���������sition in the heavens, but they could  not apply this to solar eclipses, although the period answers for both.  Tho reason of the failure was that,  although solar eclipses recur in a fixed  order within the cycle, they are not  visible again at the same part of the  earth's surface. Eclipses of the moon  aro universally visible.  Jn any given year the. number of  eclipses of the sun and moon together cannot be less tban two or more  than seven. The most usual number Is four. It is very rarely that it  exceeds six. Astronomers observe  what they call "eclipse seasons" for  each year. These last thirty-six days  for solar and twenty-three days for  lunar ocllpsos. The seasons occur  about twenty days earlier every year.  ���������Pall Mall Gazette.  Thin, Watery Blood Lead* to a Sr-sa*-.  dow>-s in Heastii  Thin, impure blood .ia an invitation  to sickness; The blood is at work  day and night to maintain the health  and any lack of strength or purity iu  the blood , is a . weakness m the defense against disease. Auaemia is the  doctor's namo for lack of blood���������  watery blood. There may be an  actual loss in the quantity  of blood, or one or more ot its constituents may be lacking.   The surest  jsynintoiiA   of  3*ttta.nttiia.   i������   njislftr,     Thfi  trouble is particularly common among  young girls between the ages of fourteen and eighteen, but is aiso found  i������ women of all ages, and quite frequently attacks men.   It is nearly always present and prevents recovery  after grippe, fevers, malaria, and operations, and ������o- this reason a tonic  medicine    is    required    In all these  cases to  enrich the  blood,  build  up  the    nerves    and restore health and  strength.   And there is no other tonic'  as good? as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  as has been proved in thousands and  thousands of cases, among them that  of Miss Annie Turner,*Marie Jo'seph  Post  Office,  N.  S.,  who  says:     "Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have been of inestimable benefit to me. I was so badly run down-that I could hardlv vo  about,  was  not  able  to help  in. the  work about the house. As? ray health'  grew  worse  the  trouble  brought  on  some species of fit, and w'jen these  i.ttacks would come on I would sometimes remain unconscious for half an  hour.    After    many  other  medicines  had   failed  to  help   me,   my   brother  ?ot ma a supply of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and  I began taking  these.    In  the course of a few weeks I felt much  better, and after taking the Pills for  a time longer I was again in tho full  enjoyment of good health. I feel that  I    cannot praise Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills    too    highly and I  recommend  them to all weak girls."    .  You can get these Pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 60  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont  Hammond, Ont. ��������� " I am passing  through the Change of Life and for two  years hail hot flushes- very bad, headaches, soreness in the back of head, was  constipntod, and had weak, nervous feelings. The doctor who attended me for  a number of years did not help me, but  I have been entirely relieved of tlio  above nymptoms by Lydia E. Pinkham'**  Vegetable Compound, Blood Purifier and  Liver Pills, and give you permission to  publish my te'itimoniix!." ��������� .Mrs. Louis  nKA.llt**AO)J, Sr., Hammoiid.Ont.Canftdn,  New   Brunswick,  I can  'ornmenil  ^Lydiis E. Pinkham's  V<*getrib!'>Oc>rnpiMj������iil  t*qto any sulTering woman.    I havj taken  IrvV - Canada. ~ "  WlUy^jA. *~��������� h i tr h 1 y reoo  /*'????vr.r/*i-i v'   . _ t .���������;������������, tr   r>;���������  Ghee is used tn India as is*-butter  in American and European countries,  and, in fact, is butter, bo prepared  that It never grows stale, instances  being known of its preservation for  i as long as 200 years.  In preparing ghee, butter is boiled  until all tho watery particles and  curds havo been thrown off by repeated skimmings, Whon tho liquor  Is clour oil. it la poured Into a vessel  lo cool. Whon cooled it is in granulated form, nnd will keep for yearn  without lie-coming rancid or of bad  odor. Ghee has been found lu deserted castles, where it must havo been  loft more than two centuries ago.���������  "Yw.h,y  Laii  C'loU!*,.  Speaking Conscientiously.  Senator La Follette, during his recent visit to Philadelphia, said to :*.  reporter apropos of a flagrant piece  of hypocrisy:  "Why, the man's as bad as a Newport groom I heard of the other day.  "This groom stood beside his master  while a veterinarian examined a costly cob. The veterinarian at the end  of his examination pronounced tho  cob incurable and took leave. Then  tho master, sighing heavily, turned to  tho groom, and said:  '���������'Well, James, what am I to do  with the poor beast, now?'  "'Conscientiously opoakln', sir,, tho  groom replied, * I think you'd better  part with him now to another gentleman, sir.'"  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  it for fermilo weak-  rfi!jji\ ne.sa   and painful  iiU'iit.U'U.'Ui'ji) niiu it  '{*���������' eur^cl  rue. " ��������� Mrs.  DeVeuk   B Ait not? it,  Harvey Bank, New  Brunswick, Canada.  Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeUblo Compound, matlti from native rooU and herbs,  containn no narcotic or harmful drugs,  and to-day holds tlio record of being tlio   take tlwir advice,  moot successful ri������rn**dy for f*������mnl������* illr* \  wo Know oi, anil uioutHWui*< of ../!..,.....^ ,  trstmioniitifi on mm in t!������������������ Pir,!.!..-.:.-. !������!������-!  Thoro \vjih, nor. lonj*: Rlnoo, n venerable und benevolent judge lu Paris  who, ut tlie moment of passing non-  icnro mi a prisoner, consulted hit* .15*-  Hoc'lutcs on each side of him, ub to the  proper penalty to bo Inflicted. "What  ought we to give this rascal, brothor?"  hii said, bending over to one upon his  ;'.:','. "I '..riiil'l it.*,' lbre������ yonvr',,"  "What is your opinion, brother?" to  iIn* othfr, on hi.; loft, "1 should givo  lilrn nhout four yenrs.' Tho .Tudgo  (vll.h benevolence!���������"Prl.'oticr, not. r)e-  Miiiig to kIvo you a long and severe  term rf itnprlHoniiiout nn T should  buvo done If left to myself, I have consult i-.d my learned brother**, and I shall  Heven yeurul"  ?Jw"L z Tru*.t!r," "*'l"fik  Th,- day before ������!w" v.'n������ to be mfir-  oratorj*- fit Lynn, Mumii., n^m to prove, ri.-d i In* uld m-gru 'n-ivani came to her  this fatf*. Evfiry suffering woman owe* mlNtromt and eiitniHted her wivlugH to  It t0herV,lf to give Lydia E. Pink hum'i*   her Weoplm-.  VsstyAt^bte Comnound a trial                      I     "Why should I Iceop It?    I tl-n������l������ht  If yen w������nt sneelal ndvlee wrlto t������  -*���������"������ ^1'" ���������*���������*-'���������������������������'������ ��������� "*'���������-  :  :-"' ������������������*-���������*���������  d������nU<il) l.ynn,MftM. Yonr Iett**rwlU "K������������ ������ '>��������������� U'Uhuh: but do you r. poso  bo opened, r**d And Answered by a, I'd k'-op all din money In tho Iioii-m  ���������**rer?.nq and held In ������%vUt cnnfldei-ieA,.  wld dat strange nigger? ���������  "When ono hears of a drama without words," says a lottor from St.  Petersburg, "the mind naturally turnn  to tho motion plcturo; but if tho torm  Is used in connection with tho outer-  prlHo of II. Mardschanow tho inference Is wrong." "Tho thcat.ro audi-  oncos havo grown weary of dlaloguo,"  says Mardschanow, "and plays In  which action, mualc und uceiieiy eiui  take Its place muHt booomo popular."  Iu order to demonstrate this theory  tho dramatic rol'ormor has openod a  playhouso for tho production of word-  lean dramaii In Moscow, whore the  flrat, entitled "Tears," will bo produced this month. "Tho work lo of u.  hlghor order than tho pantomlmoH of  former dayB," nays the writer, "and  ul!.)iou������,h the iicUuii may know no Ian-  gun go except thoir own, the plays  which they produco can readily bo understood by anvonos."  KO BURKED BREAD ._-,-  MO SCORCHED BISCTTITF-1  No neqd to apologize to family or guest when  ^IOOi^EY does it.      WIOONEY'S BISCUITS are  always right ��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  packed���������and they are as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  ������ sWjjVWJM m  SODA BJSCU8TS  are tho great favorites for every day use.  They are made in tho7 big sanitary factory In  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  Sa sealed tins as you prefer.  ������������������LET WSOONEY  k-nA  -   BUDS  Shopping is only ha!! done if you forget the Maple  Buds.  Children, must have sweets.   ""   W SVv  IXXXXigOa  i neir utue natures  ������.AA%^AAJI   4  iv>������  Not Cowan's Maple Buds.    Pure milk, pure sugar,  pure chocolate.    What could be more nourishing  and wholesome ?   What else could made them  such  favorites  with intelligent mothers?    Make the  children happy.  Give them sweets you know are good.  Put Maple Buds on your shopping list.  THEY'RE NOT MAPLE BUDS   ��������� ���������    *^r*������ w ���������**���������> *������k^_ ���������������  AjriJbs Kb  Not a Vacation. j  "T met William Morgan Sinister at  a dinner at the Savoy in London,"  said a Chicagotm.  Shuster was rather bitter about  RusBia.    And no wonder, eh?  "Talking about RiiBsla, bo said he  thought it a flno place to keep away  from, 'although,' he added, T must  confess that a great many line, liberal-  minded people have from time to time  taken a knoutlng thero.' "  Wright -Hello, old man! Been in  Florida^ haven't you?  Penman���������Yes, for two months.  Wright���������Do any writing while you  woro down there?  Ponman���������Yob, a lot of It.  Wright-���������What did you write?  Penman���������Checks.���������Yonkors Statesman.  Very Eccentrlo  Vienna can boast a curious oocon-  trlc, who turns llfo upaido down, a  rich young Polo, who lives in sumptuous .otylo, but always aummons his  norvnnts by bugl-j call. Hla favorite  pastime Is driving an omnibus, attired  llko un ordinary busman, and, though  ho Is nnld to spend a fortune oaoh year  in clothes, ho woars no garment until  It has been worn out by his valet. Ho  has.astonished tho guests at a ball by  appearing iu U'CiM-jLuim* of pure whllo  wave for tho shirt and tie, which woro  blank. To complete hip oddities,  whon dining, which ho Invariably doos  alone at a tablo d'hoto, ho rovorscs  tho usual order, beginning hln meal  with tho swoetB and .ending:,,,with  tho soup.���������London .Chronlclo.    -  A Story of Pekin.  A beautiful story ' Ib told of the  casting of a great bell at Pekin. It is  the bell on which midnight is sounded, and it was cast a century and a  half ago. Two att* mpts at casting  wero made, and ended in failure;  whereat the Emperor sent for Kuas-  Yln, the official In charge of the task,  and told him he would be killed If he  failed.  Ko-al, tho man's beautiful daughter, consulted an astrologer, who told  her that unless a virgin's blood wero  mingled with'the metal the third cast*  Ing also wou*a fall. Sho obtained permission to be present when the at>  tempt was made; and, just as tho  white hot metal was rushing from the  furnnco Into the groat mould, the devoted girl sprang forward with a cry:  "For my father I" leaped Intc the fiery  stream, added hor life's blood to Its  compoHltlou, and won her father's success and safoty.  Nothing or Good for Asthma���������Asthma remedies come and go, but every      "I  was  always  unlucky," ho  said  year tho sales of tho original Dr. ,T.   with a weary Blgh.  Two Vlowi.  Knlckor���������What you spend for a hat  would pay tho grocor's bill.  Mrs. Knlcker���������That Just shows how  economically I market.���������Puck.  rv  ' fflV'i-."'     ���������"Mi,."*.      Tfni    ���������>V  or! Tin, ha! .  Jeweler (to hlo assistant)���������Tiring  tlio tray of engagement rings hom,  John���������UarKoylo.  ntorm r.entro for homo rnlo agitation,  now o,oiili-n>u*<*if-, **hnnt. thrnn-qiuirtern  of all tho customs and excise rovo*  mica collected in Ir������Pind.  Ci-rZAN    HANDS  The Modest Caller.  Mrs. Brown was a mistress who allowed her servant Jane to bring her  young man into her kitchen at nights.  Now, Mrs. Brown was vory inquisitive and listened outsldo the door ������o  the conversation.  A short time ago Jane got a fresh  young man, and the mistress noticed  how quiet all was when he was in tho ���������  kitchen.  "Jane," said Mrs. Brown the next  morning, "how* Is It !��������� never hear any  talk in the kitchen when your new  young man visits you?"  "Oh, mum," replied Jane, "he's that  modest he does nothing but eat when  he calls on'ijje."  "Why do you refuse me a kiss?"  "Kisses    may  convey  germs,"  ox-  plained the girl. '  "That doesn't scare mo. Didn't I  always lick your slato for' you when  wo wont to school?"���������Washington  Herald.  D. KoIIokk Asthma Remedy grow  greater and greator. No further evidence could bo nnlcod of Its romark-  able merit. It rollovos. It Is always  of the Hiimo unvarying quality which  the nuflWor from asthma learns to  know, Do not suffer another attack,  but got thlB splendid remedy today.  Parson Waa n Bachelor,  "Tn your- sermon this morning you  npoko ot a baby a 'a new wavo on  tho ocean of llfo.'"  "Quito bo; a poetical figure.'"  "Don't    you  think  'a fresh  squall'  would  havo hit tho  mark bettor?"������������������  Boston Transcrcipt.  'What's the matter now, old man?"  IiIb friend aslcod.  'T'vo'spent ovor $f>00 on having my  boy taught to play the flddlo, and now  his hair's nil cfiinln'out."  Soma improvement. '**  "Jane got hor now bonnet wot."  "Did It ruin it?"  "I should say not It mado It loot:  moro fashionably lopsided than be������  foro."���������Detroit Froo ProBB.  B^Ndm"@SsaN6B9  100 ��������� Tin. .   -,  . .      ...    .     ..........  JIH.M .,.������ ������������������������.������..-'   >,'  -. ^������������������l ������,..������....������...-.-  SUHA1'ISSU.OKHUNAI, ������.i<l UiMT lUtlU  GHUUliTU Will remo-s- ������r������M������ Mt stMru  ������f*Ukl&(U������ .  Thero Is probably moro trashy stuff  sold In tho baking powder lino than  In any othor lino. Most ot It contains largo quantities of alum, To  avoid tho uso of this dangerous aold,  soo that all Ingredients aro plainly  stated In English on the package. Tho  words "No Alum" on tho packago or,  In an Ad. Is not sufficient. '  A certain young man who prldoa  hlmniilf on a hrunqumicHtt that ho  mistook for wit mot an eminent but  toachy sculptor nt a ntudln siipp,--*.  "Bo, you're tho chap," ho said on  being    niuouucou, * uiat luukuu uiuu  LlilAV. U  "Not all ot them/ tho goulptor replied quietly,  W. N. U. 809,  iisssl������lliisi)HisiiisWliintllll|si*sm'MistsMjW'[ls*fs^^ 1  ���������.^,^**--W*^^ 1- xs���c ^jtis.'a nv.-cspv?'"j&'Saaei
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Firct Lorrl of the Admiralty   Points  Out  the Opportunity
'       ot the Overseas  Dominions  in  Matters
of  Naval   De'ence.
London.���Hon.   Winston     Chuichili jvclopments or the next ten.'ye,
In a recent speech, said 'events have [be   the   growth   ol     effective     navai
ately led up to the gi eater reduction  forces  in  the  groat  dominions  ovet
'.iation of the lUet iu hoine waters
which meant a relative reduction In
Its moDiiity. "In this'' Mi. Church-
Ill continued, "is to be found the
great ������yportunity, the great chance
for the self-governing dominions,
those *.'rong young nation'* which
havs g:c\vn up al! o**"'' the world
Under the shelter of the British Mag
and by the stimulus of its piotect-
ion. They have begun to seize
their opportunity already. " We havo
seen the development in Australia,
of a strong modern -fleet unit. New
Zealand has contributed a noble ship
seas, then I tnink' we shall be auie
to make .vh'at i turn it wui oe found
to be the true division of labor between the mother country and her
daughter states, whlcn is that we
snould maintain the sea supremacy
against all corners at decisive p-wt.--.
aud the:, shouLd guard and patrol
all the  rest  of the  British  Empire
���*I am certainly not going; to attempt to forecast or,prescribe the ex-
aftt form which those developments
should take, though the match or
opinion appears to be proceeding upon, thoroughly   practical   lines.   This
to    the    modern    navy���in. ,Canada .however,  1  will   venture  to  say,  the
men of all races and all parties are
deeply stirred upon the problem of
the share which the Dominion should
take in the protection ot tne . alsn
Enspite nnd tho meani by whlrli it
and all parts of the British Empire
are to be  kept free from harm.
"We are soon to receive representations," he continued, "of the new
Canadian Administration who are
coming he��e to consult with the admiralty upon the course or policy j nioai
which is to be adopted m tuture.
If the main naval developments of
the last ten years have been the
concentration of 'British fleets into
decisive theatres it seems to me
not. unlikely that the main naval de-
Admiralty sees no reason why arrangements should not be made to
^ive to the dominions across the Seas
a mil measure of control over the
movements in peace of any naval
forces which with our help they
may bring into efficient existence.
In war we know our countrymen
oveiseas yui have only one wish anu
that is to o-ncounter the enemy
wherever  the need    and    danger    is
Legislative   Council     Has     Rejected
Compromise   Loan   Proposal   of
Earth's  Six   Greatest
Pekin.���By practically a., unanimonj,
vote ths legislative council "in secret
session "last night rejected the com-
piomise loan, proposal pf tne hank-
ers of the six powers
The Assembly declared it would
not agree with any form of foreign
auditing of  the government finances.
Thts rejection" of the-compromise
agreed to by the cabinet results in a
serious situation as the bankers de
cllne to make "any advances Whatsoever unless, the principle of foreign   auditing  is   agreed   to.
The assembly proposes that in the
event of bankers not receding from
then* position a heavy increase In
taxes bo made or an international
loan   bf��   fnroerl   thrnngb *
Growing discontent is reported in
the most Important centres paUicu-
laily in the south. All the provinces are making heavy demands for
funds to pay tne troops, Officials
fear any efforts to enforce heavxlta..-
ation will endanger the exisftfencV ot
the   Repuhlic. _ _f~^*ft,-
  ^ i.'   -,
Englishwoman Receives a Severe Sentence in Russian Court.    ?,
Warsaw.���It has now been asceH*gained that in addition to the sentence oi four yedis'  penal servitude
��� --r-S��   9  3
Body of the Late King Will Lie In
State at Christianoorg Palace until
May 24th. ��� Eloquent Tributes
Paid to the Memory of the Dead
The   important   thiiig
1S   I'ldl   gays   biiuulu    ue   lilleu   SO   thai
while we in the old country guard the
decisive centre our comrades and
brothers across the seas shall keep
flying on the oceans of the
Ait.-     TU1.J
to   be   Constr
Montreal.���The Quebec Provincial
elections resulted in the return of the
Gouin Government by practically the
same majority which it had in the
last house.
By tho redistribution act, passed at
XX.*.  Inol   anontny.   r\f   l-lrto   loorialo turo     cat/.
en new seats were added, and whil3
the opposition captured two of these
it 'lost two others, thus making the
gross gain in -he Liberal majority in
the new house seven.
The members bf the cabinet were
rejected, the only one to suffer defeat
being the Hon. Cuarleis Devlin in Te-
miskamingue. Mr. Devlin wab, however, successful in Nicolet county.
rPremler Gouin was elected by a
large majority in both Port Ncuf and
St. John's.
Mr. Tellier, opposition leader, was
reelected in Joliette, but two of his
leading lieutenants, Armand Lavergne
and Jules Provost, both of whom ran
in two counties, suffered defeat in one,
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and losing in Montmorency, and Mr.
Prevost suffering defeat in D'Assomp-
tion and winning in Terre Bonne.
But little interest was manifested in
the elections, the indifference once
amounting to apathy in the English
districts of Montreal.
The Government appealed to the
people on its good record, while the
opposition charged if. with extravagance, citing the erection of a $3,000,-
OQO gaol and $600,000 technical school
in Montreal as examples, and* contended that the money could have
been better spent In advancing the
interests of primary education in the
rural districts of the province.
Good roads also figured, the Government relying upon its programme
and the opposition contending that the
money could be spent to better advantage, alleging that the Government's
policy tended to favor those roads
which would be largely used by automobiles to the neglect of those which
were of great value to the farmers.
Winnipeg.��� Further investigations
are to be made this season into the
Saskatchewan   river   waterway.
Last year a survey party covered
the route from Prince Albert to Le
Pas and its report indicated the
feasibility of constructing a six-foot
waterway for grain "barges Detween
these -points. This season attention
will be paid to the section fiom
Prince Albert to Edmonton. While
the undertaking will 'be somewhat
costly, it is stated that the development of water powers will largely
compensate for the expenditure.
Tne waterway is designed to aid
materially in solving the grain transportation problem of -the west.
Copenhagen.���The body of
Frederick VIII will lie in state in
the Chapel of Chrtstianborg Palace,
wlieie hundreds of wreaths have al-
leady arrived. The fnneial will
take place on May 24, the services ue-
ing conducted in the Cathedral at
Roskilde, which is 19 miles from Copenhagen. Tho cathedral ' contains
the tombs contain ffl ,.: shrdlu cmfw
tne tombs of most of the Danish
liing* 4U the tnepfi*es i" fnnpn-
hagen have been closed for three
days and on all sides buildings are
being diaped  with  mourning.
The proclamation of King Christian X. took place in the space In
tront of the palace which was so
ciowded that many of the people
weia   crushed,   while   others,, fainted
The premier, promptly at three o'clock, appeared on the balcony of the
palace and .announced the death of
King Frederick He then proclaimed Christian 2C. his successor wiiti-
mg the new king a long life.
Enthusiastic cheering bloke out as
the  monarch, in  tbe umfoim  of the
���, ,    ,       ..      ,,        itoyai  Guard,  biepyed on   to  the  bal-
linposed on  Miss  Malecka,  the Lng- cony      ln a brief apeech> he paid a
which    coincides with  l.lo   \,   m.       (TL?!?
���-si2Q a'nd ?'! other im^ortaii1' rvc"ii I I lilt-
<-irn    grain    centres,  whose scarhots t"~      \
PROCLAIMED , "lose  exactly  at  115' p.   m.,   so thht j -
the contents of the report cannot be ��� ,
known until markets have closed. Af-   *-esson
ter the report was out it was found
in    its  figures rather different  fiom
general  expectations,  but  in  the  deductions made from its figures the indicated probable yield  >vab not greatly-different from expert estimates previously    published.    General expecta-
King (tions    had pointed to an abandoned
acreage of fiorn 5.000,000 lo i3r0&0.0(>0
acres and a condition of around 76,
but the government report gave the
indicated probable yield at harvest as
only 3'VO,'7l4,aoo bu.    The acreage estimated to have been sown last 'fall
was    32,213,000  acres and   the exact
acreage abandoned is 6,4.69,0110 acres,
leaving on May 1st to come to harvest  25,744,000  acres.  Last  year the
h  woman recently found guilty( ot
longing to an illegal Polish Society,     _         ^ ___���      ���
sne nas oeen condemned lu PAile for j nUerV'concVuding:   "May "Cod* give"me
tribute to his father, and pointed out
the  difficulties  of s>uccee~..ng  such  a
life in Siberia
It is expected that the English newspapers will take up the .matter with
the foreign office at London^
The woman was arrested on July 14,
1911, on a charge of complicity in the
plots of Polish revolutionaries.
The British Foreign office made representations to Russia at the-time,
but the Czar's government, while admitting that Miss Malecka's mother
was English and her father was a Pole
who had been naturalized in Great Britain, said he never received permission to change his naturalization, and
therefore, under the English law, his
naturalization was ineffective? and his
daughter was a Russian, subject.
strength rightly to rule my dear old
country,  and  may  it liVc  for   ever.*'
In response to tbe cheers of the
people, King Christian and Queen
Alexandia, with their iwo sons, appeared again and again. The scene
was an inspiring one, and closed with
the singing of the National Anthem
by the  ���nitPer'Se concoTo*-'1*!'"'
Roval messages announcing the accession to the throne were read in
both houses of parliament.
Christiana.���As soon as the, news
was received of the death cf King
Frederick, flags were placed at half-
mast, and mourning was displayed
everywhere- In the Storthing, the
president paid an eloquent tribute to
��c-a OcAiCcig-i:   i>i   COnditlOU   VaS   oS.l   uTlu
the indicated probable yield at harvest
460,669,000 bu. The government estimate of final yield after harvest last
year was 431,000,000 bu. The probability is that tho final yield this year
will show an average decrease from
tbe ^viay estimate of Indicated yield,
so that there is every prospect of this
year's production of winter wheat in
the United States being ihe smallest
for many years. The report also
gives some details as to the condition of spring plowing and planting
m the spring wheat states, and these
all go to confirm the backwardness of
Hip ipssoii anil the delay to seasonable
spring work. From other sources we
have further reports and evidence
that there will be a considerable de**
crease in the acreage und^r spring
wheat in the Dakotas'and Minnesota
for the present season. Several things
combine to cause the decrease. There
is the decrease in plowing last fall
owing to bad weather, and there are
the high prices for corn, oats, barley,
flax and potatoes. There is the difficulty    of    getting  real  good   seed
Text  of  the   Lessort, ,Matt.'v,  33-ph'i
Jas. ill, "i-2" v. 12���memory Verses, "v.
34-36���Golden Text, *Ept,/'iV, 25/.Ft, < V<'M
V.   Commentary   Prepareei/by Riv, )^tifA
D.  -yi. -Stearns. ,*"'"  ""        *       '?VT
The    topic    ot    today's "-'lesson ?is   \^i|
"Truthfulness," but from the first anC "1'"v:
last    Scripture*   selections    it would ^, ",*;"-;
seam to be a warning against swear- f   Z "s
wig or, taking tne tuiee passages?? A.., ' -'?
lesson on tne control of *th's toughs. ���*-, '"ti
The essential thing is a right relation ""--.-Yr
to God, who is the God of truth (Isa. ' ? "
ixv. 16), whose throne is heaven, His * *-
footstool the earth and Jerusalem His
special    city,,  the city'of the great
King.    That title makes  us tainir^bf
M��il. 1, 12-24, where He complains'1 of
the deceit of His p^opii-. in bj-jnging
linn offerings they would  not bring
to an earthly ruler, and- he said^/3 am
a great King * * ���*��� and' my"'name< is
dreadful among the nations."   In M&L
ii, 1, 2, He saitl that there would be a
curse if they did not lay it to heartl
to- give   glory  to His   name.    Som��
times ibph are so honorpi  by otTrferi
that it is said of such a one, "Tha<
man's word is as good as his bond.*1
'How much  more should the vovd^oi
God    sulflce as  the firmest, possibh*
fouudation on which  to  rest.    "Foi**
ever, O Lord, thy word is settled, in
heaven."    "Hath He   said  and  sjiall
He not do it?"    "The Lord of ..Hosts
hath Bworn, saying, Surely as I liav��i   '- A I
thought so shall it come to pass, &nd ' �� "sH
as" I have purposed so shall it stajid'' *V '^!
(Ps. cxi;:, 89; Nuir. xxiii, 19; Isa.^iv,      ^ >'
wheat owing to so much of last ypar's.i 24>.   The more we meditate upon Him
Liberal Grant for Brandon Fair
Brandon, Man.*���According to Mr.
Watson Griffin, Brandon's newly appointed publicity commissioner, the
ftdded grant of $1,000 just voted by
tho council to the fair board should
prove a splendid Investment for the
city. This makes a total of ?��0��0 appropriated for thd Brandon fair thl?
year. Since the first of the year the
comn'orr.Jal traveller's - association hai-;
Increased its membership-by'about 21
per cent, and through their efforts n
wldespread publicity campaign in the
interest of Brandon Is being waged on
both nldes of tho.International boundary lino. Brandon's summer fair
grounds comprise about 83 acres; and
many leading flrnis, both Canadian
nnd fm'oign aro. listed among the
prospective exhibitors, ?' SInco': the
signing df the hew' strcot, railway
franohlso many'forgo and rmall realty deals are being recorded nt sloud-
lly advancing prices; and many Inquiries arc coming In from Canadian
nnd British Investor*-' indicating n
���widespread interest In tho future of
tho city. Brandon's population is
now about 1(1,000.
mme. Scuunr,ar.n-H.s!nk In Winnipeg
Mme. Schumann-Heink, the world's
greatest contralto, and most dearly
beloved of the vocal stars, sings
in Winnipeg at the Walker Theatre
on Monday evening, May 27. This is
*witnout doubt tne most important
musical event of tho current season in
Winnipeg or the Canadian West, as
this wonderful artiste not only stands
first among favorites with the public
but her voice and technique are so
magnificent that to hear her give
a recital is something for the student or music-lover to cherish as a
lesson in vocal purity and musiccal
Following a long season in America, Mme. Schuhiann-Heink departed
last spring for the other side. In
Beyrouth, "Vienna, Berlin, Munich,
Frankfort, Dresden and Hamburg, this
incomparable singer appeared again
in some of the operatic roles she had
sung before with her finished vocal-
ism, art and dramatic impersonations,
and the music critics united in a tribute that will not boon be forgotton.
The people of Germany and Austria
rose to Schumann-Heink upon her return to them with demonstrations that
eclipsed r.ll the exceptional ones that
had gone before.
In early November this glorious
singer returned to this side of the Atlantic and made her reappearance
with the Boston Symphony Orchestra
ih- Philadelphia', Baltimore, Washington, Brooklyn, Providence and Boston.
Soon afterward the .distinguished contralto gave one of her song recitals
in Carnegie Hall, New York, ".vhere
the three thousand odd seats were
too few to accommodate the host of
admirers who desired to hear her
sing. Since then she has been on concert tour extending to tho Pacific
Coast and everywhere she has created
a furore. Her marvellous voice, which
Ib of such an exceptionally big range
and of such a beautiful velvety qunllty,
has been the constant delight and wonder of her audiences. Never has she
sung, better and never has her art
iBopmod-'to bo absolutely finished and
flawless. '
At tlio Walker Theat.ro Mme.Sohn-
mnnn-Holnk will rondiu* it particularly varied programme, Including op*
.eriitlc arias, folk songs and ballads.
'Tho pooplo of Winnipeg and tho
West nro fortuimto In having tho opportunity of hfiaiing such a superb
und   world-fuimid  artist-
Secure Home for the Prince of Wales
Londdon.���Thorn Is a likelihood
that tho Prlnco of Walos will havo u
homo of his own In his own prlnolpalr
The recont doath of tho Dowager
L'ady Penrhyh makos It poBBlblo .tcpuj.
through the scheme Which has  been
on foot for some time to purchase the i i-i.iinV*-"" -fov
1'nuihyn  Castle for , him.
Tho caotlo stands on an eminence
two mllos from tho town ot Uiuikoi*
In North Wales. It la a very imposing affair with n high Norman tower
and ' turrots, Its Interior lu notable
for Jin fine old furniture, sculptured
chimney places, oak carvings and pan-
' nolllng.
Thoro Ih also a bedstead .constructed entirely of slate, which hi t-xcmUiltc-
ly toolud and finished.
It took 14 yearn to build tlio on.stli*
ana it. cost !ji^,(iiMi,mni.
Stole Fdntlicro from Hnts*.
Vlnnnn.���A     womnn   who  has   Just
To Deal With Agricultural Grants
Ottawa.~~C. C. James, formoiiy- do-'
puty' minister of agricultural for tho
province of Ontario will leave shortly on a tonr of the various provinces
ln�� bis capacity ^of^cooimlnBloiiOr'un-,
dor tho net of the foit tv'SHton, pro-''
eo-opovit'on ^���>tv'"'(,n tl*^
federal and pi'nvlnolnl governments
n" to nlds to ngrleulluro. He will
vlvlt tho rnuritlmn provinces firnt:.
afterwards prnoootlng west to tho
wentern pro/lncc'H pud will confer
with each of tho provincial govern-
lnont.s un to plann rind menus of ex-
pondhvr the half a million dollars
voted   last  hoshIoh,
Many Labor Disputes.
Ottawa, Ont.,���As is usual at this
period of the year, the number of labor
disputes in existence has recently Increased ln connection with the settlement of wage schedules for the coming season of activity.
There are 19 strikes reported to the
department of labor in April, being
five moro than in March, and five more
than in April last year.
About 50 firms and 6,000 employees
were involved, the loss of time being
estimated as in the neighborhood of,
3,50,000 working days. The only lm;
pprtant new disturbances, ..however,"
was that of railway construction hands
in British Columbia. On tho whole
the situation from the standpoint, of
working time lost haB been more favorable than last year. Only 11 disputes
were reported unsettled at the end of
the month,
Stevenson's Llfo . Lost In Wreck
Lo'ndon.-^-Lovers of Robert Louis
Stevenson will be interested in' a
statement by Edmond Gosse, who
writes to the Globe concerning a frag-
ment of tho autobiography by Stevenson still  unpublished.
It was written in California at the
cIobo of 1879, and was composed says
Mr. Gosse, with extra euro in Stey-
onsen'iB freshest and finest manner.
He adds:
"Its ovvnor, Henry Wldonfcr, a
young man of singular promlho and
charm and high literary cultivation,
was ono of those who wont down
with tho Titanic. Many of Mb
trenrtuvey wove with him nnd I fenr
that tho StoveuHon munuscrlpt was
among tliem.'-
the dead monarch, and voiced the nation's sympathy in Denmark's loss.
The members of the cabinet and the
foreign diplomatic representatives
called on King Haakon and expressed their sympathy on the death of
his father. The court will remain
In  mourning for three  months.
Trial by Jury Abolished.
Capetown.���A draft ordinance has
been Issued in Rhodesia abolishing
trial by jury in the case of serious
crimes committed by natives against
Europeans or vice versa. The ordinance provides for the trial of such
cases before a judge of the high court,
assisted by assessors," the judge's de-,
clsioii being the judgment of the court.
spring wheat being baaiy rrostea ana
damaged by the'abnormally"late and
wet    harvest  season.   .The^e, is��� the*
natural    inclination  or .desire" whioh-
has  in recent years been increasing
among grain growers to diversify theirs,
crops, and that has been greatly stinf-
ulatpd  during  the  past  year by  the
extension    ot    scientific .information'
and teaching on the part or puDhc authorities,   such  as  the   state  government  institutions,  and   even- by- the
management  ' of    the   big^ railvvaja.
These have recognized the foolisliness
oi conA.inuaA wheat cropping 'year at**
ter year on the same land, because ott
the;older lands-it has a diminishing
yield, not only to the disadvantage of
the grain grower but a detriment 'to
every    interest    connected  with  the
grain growing districts.    Only by the
bringing of more new lands under cultivation can a profitable increase in
wheat growing in the American northwest    take  place.    During  the  oast
week    the weather over thp  United
States and Western Canadian soring
wheat    country  has  continued  opck-
ward aiid   wet,  which has  prevented
progress in seeding and in farm work
generally.    It is not too late yet for
most of the delay to be made up'if
the weather will only become steady
and fine, but any further continuation
o��   unfavorable   conditions -will   seriously    affect    the    prospect  of  this
year's    crop  over  the   spring   wheat
country.    Lake navigation at American and Canadian lake ports was fully
^opened at the end of last week and
the pent up grain which has been accumulating in the lake port elevators
is   now  being  rushed  eastward,  and
will soon go out of sight, and anpeaT
no more in huge visible stocks.    The
movement from the interior both in
the United States and Canada is becoming moderate,  and  while  usually
a    goodly increase in interior movement  takes  place after  farmers  are
through with spring work, we do not
expect this  will  occur  in  the  same
proportion this summer. The progress
of the crops in Europe seems to bo
normal as far as recent reports go;
there   is,   however,   a   large demand
from    France  and  Italy  for  foreign
wheat at the present time, which is
not unlikely caused  by some apprehension of less favorable prospect for
yield iri these countries,' than appears
<.     -B
Ey.cdiia from United Klnsdom.
London.���-According to the monthly
statement issued .by the board of
trade, ,62,795 persons left the United
Kingdom in March last for places out
of Europe, as compared with 61,101
In March, 1911.
English Spy Brings Suit.
Berlin.���Lieutenant Brandon, who
is serving, four years' imprisonment
In the Wosel fortreut* as a British spy,
has Intructed .his solicitors to take
proceedings against the RhelnlBcho
Westfaellsche Zeli^ung; of', Ebsou,
which charged hini with attempting
to escapo from the fortress.
Send Loner buoic to cmna
Montreal.���Tito modleni health of-
tleer Hiiueii fnnl lie wiih rnloug ntepH
(hat the C.IiIiioho leper who Ih quarantined nhould ho relurneil to (inmn
iih  noon  as poiiHlblo.      The    ciimu    Im
b��Hin arrested lu  Vienna waa in  Uu-inoi nn ukki.ivuuu u.m mm  uiu man
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1IUIMI,     ��'l      ��� ��l,,��>,�� .11^,      .1,1       ���.,.,...,,      ........     | .,       ...... .
orH   trom   wonnm'*   hats  ul.   tlui   lb.-  tlcnt   will   have    ��')   bn    '������mnintlneii
ntroH  nnd   public   placer,  and  soiling  while   mi ��� route  to  China,
ihiiin  nl   lilirh  iii'Icoh. ��
Record Activity In Calgary
Calgary, Alta.���Two million, two
hundred and fifty tUoiuuuid dollar's
Is Calgary's estimated rovonue for
lids year. Four months' rovonuo
from UctjiiHeH and city .foes amounts
to SW.P.OC; while tho fl/iun ���"��� for
tho whole of 191.1 ln these Iton.H
oiiuio tu only S'm.OOO, OiKitoin:* re
neipts, municipal stroot railway earnings and school attondanco show similar gains- Among tho large build,
ing contracts just awarded Ih ilwit for
tho Tractor Company's now power
plant, work on which Is to ho completed In October, It is also notis-d
(hat throe rjuartors of. a million dol-
.'ii'.; '.'.Ti'1 brlii'-"' o,*"*rit th!" y'li' by
Pnitcr.tiint. bodies'for new (.'lusreji
Military Almhlp Fallo.
Berlin.���-A military airship tvil n��ar
l^UlHI ll.llji:. h J V...1 Ast I4..J . J..'       	
,....,..,.,.,,.,    m'.iv.-,    *",,��-<"vu��|i    rtit*    furlV-dVA
Coot, ami  v.".*re nil   iv-or'*  or  U'hh  Injured.   One���a llenlennni���tit lu u dy-
i.m v-oiulitluu.
Weekly   Grain   Letter   supplied   by.,
Tiioiripuori, ,Soris�� ����. Co.,  Grain   Mor-
chants, Wlnnloerj.
Winnipeg, May 8, ��� The event
of the week In tho wheat markets Iiuh been tin- Issuing of the
May crop reprivt of tho Agricultural
Dopurtment^bf the United Stales Government. As explained In our la>U
.wi'i'k'ti i-i.'iii.:\v Un! .Vluy un.', ruport
gives"an otitltaato of tho condition of
tho growing winter wheat on May 1st.
and tho acrongo which may have
boon abandoned owing to thp amount
of dainai'f done by winter killing. By
the beginning of this month It was
woll known from tlio Investigation
and reports of private crop oxperts,
and  from the crop reportr of the ag-
!��K*llll.tll'nt  (IllU'llllli  III   IIUJIV ii.,i.i)   ..uii'-r,,
that iho daiiiiigi' by wlntrr killing to
tho wheat ri up i-.-.^.'n Ja.st. fall, w,u,
abnormally Iiukc but l.hero Is always
a dlspoMlllor on the part of cvnryon,'
Intoroiited    In  laioh   ruattors  to  look
ana upon sucn v/oras concerning ttim
the more we"shall'beco"ine"lifce Him
In word, and Ydeed-    Beholding af in
a glass thelglory of theNT,ord, vire sliall *!
be changed Into the same Image froiS) '
glory to glory as by the Spirit of/ih- ,
Lord   (II.  Cor. iii,  18),, and  thuivb* '
more manifestly children of our I^ath
*er.jiyho;is in heavenV' -   /.",'Y'^.W
ihis cannot ne till we have been "
born from above and have thus he
come children of God, standing, before
Kim in "His righteousness^tias w<
learned last week. James iu^his epis
tie* is. as,^clear r&bout .the -aew^ birtli
Tahd the manner, of" it "as is Peter "oi,
J^aul^Or^oiirSLprd Himself 'jt$Tas> i, 18
22; I: JFet. i, 23; Jchi. -iii), b'pt th*j
spirir tnrougn James lays special en*
phasis on the need of a manifestation "*
rf""*.*F    ciii/-*V��     tir���>-��.�����/I r��     rxtrfA     *rcr^i.����l<c4K     j-��*-.*��   At-."^-     ^.~.-~t
v*.    -JMVl.-.     -���� W1UO    MiAAVvi.     yt t/A no   UU    Lil^C?    pcki**
of saved people that those*"who cannoi
read the heart, as God does, may se<
in daily-life the reality of the faitls
that saves. If a company of believi
ers are asked to repeat the verse be
ginning, "This is a faithful saying,'*
it would be ata almost unhelrdj-of oo
eurrcncG for come enc tb ask, "Which, f, s
please?" .,but, ^with ,one;,���co;nsfnt all '**.\*.
would  repeat I.  Tim.  i,  15,  atra  no{ -
one in fifty or a hundred* wOmidithiriB
i of Tit. 'iii, % Toryifc seenisitd"be ^.lmosl    -;,
an unknown' saying, but>��it*""is* s,o im,       \
portant.   James' great,^poiat,STchao
ter ii is that a mere word of! mouth,       * '
a mere "say- so,", does not> amount tc. >v
anything  necessarily;   it   must  be  j?    ^s,
heart word,-which -will show itself In-     '***���
the life, for "with the heart man be< \
lieveth unto righteousness, and  witfti
the    mouth confession is made unto"     '"
salvation"  (Rom. x, 101..   In our les< ^   ,,.
son he  speaks of 'the  power of th*     "\"\
tongue for good or evil and uses ai   "
illustrations a great creaUtrp  lika < ��
horse controlled and turned where tlu      V I
driver pleases by the bit in his mouth,    s\\
and  also  a great  ship  guided  by a "*
very    small    helm.      Even * "so    th��   ��� *������'.
tongue, though a vei;y ,sma]l meuibef *.
of the body, can accomplish a' greal
deal of Rood or evil, and while many   ^"l
kinds of creatures can be tamed, tha   ' ,
tongue can no man tame or 'woman      ,(
either.   But there is one who can and*" V,-; Y-i-���:���
due and  control ,Jt.-.  It  Is  not:,right???Y!
that    from    the   samp  mouth ?.'ther(3'���,titiytii
, should flow.; sweet water .and .bitter, :,'.?::??
and11f the -ijorcl Himself is the: foun-���???:5?-:
tain in us It will not he so, and Hs r?
on   the  surface.    World's   shipments c'W:"to.w ikp':^
Will probably, after this week be cor-
siderably less during ������.summer than
i'lipy were a year ago. .      . ��
Our Winnipeg market continues In
a good, healthy, condition. ...Navigation at Fprt.William and Port Arthur
opened*,- on the 3rd, insit:,''and several:
���million;-, bushels of wheat" which had
been stored in vessels In the harbors
cleared at once'for thp'r'east. This
week several mlllioiii'movo bushels
aro going out of the" elevators, nnd
before many rtayn a largo decrcaHi* In
.the quantity in storo will be seW
Largo deliveries of Mav . whent
through the option market were mnd<*
the first, days of the month without
hi any way disturbing tho, market.
Today owing to .��voYoaEau^s" In tho
United. .States markets after the Is-
.suing .of-tho May crop report, our'
prices declined .1-4P to ic, but iho un-
dortane continuos stro'tjg and wo look
for. ft, quick..recovery.,lu.urjcei-- and a
gradual advance to a higher lovel as
the season advancon. Today'K casli
prices are: No. 1 Nor. $1.0.1; ,2 Nor.,
S.1.01J 3 Npr.. 9,0 He; K^o,r4.,whcat.
R3 1-^..; No. !,, 7*7<*; No. <1? mH--V*
teed, 50 l-:��o; No. 2 Alhhi'tn Rod vWIn'.
tor, ftfie; No.Jl A. TI., fine; No?4 A. Ti;,
8ft 1-2c Futures closed: Mnv. 104" 1-8;
July, .fLOnn!?;   Oclolier," Ul'.OO'."" "
Oali-i--The o.'il iii.-i.iut   in \vi\_\
iil ��li,
* ,
I !!�����
the blttPT'comes." Salvntion Is wholly
of G'Vi. wVii'thi-i' It he the Rl't of eternal Hf0 or Hying out thnt. llfp dayby ;���
day?? Wo aro a-Y utterly 1i'ei*iless in?
the oho as in tho other.( He mus't ?
do It all; It Is ours to recelv.** Hlhi??:?n?
and be saved, and. then to let Him; y?Y
rule in1 uV. Afi:Vo yloid fillip to'Him '^'"'!;
we find that, He Is able to puhdu'e, 'tititititi
If Job, who In mentlon,fd in oon'.??:/!J;;
nectldn 'with 'the last;:verso of out ?"'??y?
lopson could under very groat trlnr:'';??,';
reject.    Ills    wife's    nvnpicv-al. that hii, .
ourne God and  die  (Job, .11,,,*),),. thei'ii ..[[[;: ti.
Is   equal   grace   for ���'ovorvv.tHon   oii��,' ''.'''v
and    God    Is able to mako all grace ?  -?���:
abound toward us that wo mn-" lmva',-.���'"'���;!";-������
nil  sufilc'ency in all  things  (TT. Cor..
,'\\ f,).   Our to.ngtj.ps will bn used by
God or (he dovll as wo,-.yield to on��ji
,o��;,Jb��. olhnr, as, In the cn��'o of SJlmon
Peter (Matt. xvl. 10,- 17! 2��. ?!l). /,''Mfl
that konpeth hli mouth  koepeth IiIh *���
life."      And "'Wboyo    knopoth    hln'
moutii     and-his   touiMie   ke^'ici ii   hin
soul from troubles" (Prpv. xlll., ���*: rxl,
2r,).   li In woll to act often, ;i.ftrjrdIng
to Pi. xxxvlll, IS,-"l a�� a d'.-nt* man
hoard J.uit, and.,J >,wn,*-i ap a dj;nib man
tluit,  opopoth   not'hln  'mouth''':   Tt   lu
woJ,l to urn*.'' always', (P**/:'x);x, i>t; cstll,
."!).'* Soir coMfldnricn, w'e musfiKilwavrt
avoid, hut whon weak and contfMnusly
so   \v��*  wtU   line!   lilrt   grtioo* piihW'tmH,
->npnelnUy for the .luly future nnrl i!,.- iMlv.i.
toed grades.    Tho M,ay i'uture  Ik iHUI
and quiet and July prleo Is now above
May.    Today'u cash prices jin>:    No.
131  n
'���y.i��' .'�����������.>'
���-��� ,,-j    ,-,,,
Annldent to Mountain i:!cil*v>i-ier��'
GiMiovii.���According to today's pa*
.-. Canadian Western. 4!)<i; !l 0. W., !:pern, an F.ngllsh pair *"t.'i:'��ug;*jat. Lu*
41 l-2c; Mx. 1 Fd.. .i:r|.2c; 1 Fd., A:'<-\ j o.rrno havo -met with a- !ierioi"a accl��
2 Fd., 41 1-2e. Futures elosed: Mav, i dent. In the nionntfilni. 'I'lipy lost
4!).*l-8e;  July, 4!) l-l!c. ������    '
Mar ley���Tin* barley market Ih <*ulH.
again, and prleoH on hlghfi* gradnn off
" ���     i ' '*"       > ��� ��. *
��� 44       I I 4 t 14 :. 1   l,Ui��,l    *t      |,ii  til   ,i      ���.<;
their   war   whllo? dot-iceiuMng ;!<o   (Un
village: or ,,Mor*i'iuu:lc.    'J h<�� wlto  fall
IHO fnnf-oh to lhiVroo.!ti��-'j*.��r<l W(ih HPfl*
 ,.   ,,.,,.,,,..   i,i.. ...i.^.v..  .......
No, 4, UIjc;   Hi .U'Cti-u, Mil*.;   Foeilj j hv ilii'iinn of rones bv a i-i'vi'Tii puny,
It  <-,a.'l!i',i'i! th" iv.U- !:T:iyf-;!  rit  })t\V.v
l,|J.,|l     ,.U\       ,    ���   ,1 .
on      fl, r,   ��nc,.ii
Imrni'lbil nnrl ,1,.n|��|<v,
jii'iniDiinci'iiiciil, <ni Un hliualliiit, Tin-
.'epnrt,    wan    iMtuicd    yoiilurduy from
.Vi'vY1:':;*' ;t    :���'���   ;,'ncl:��Y'   "-1'i   .�����   i,'i
l'"la.s"l'|ie itux iiii'ii-l-.i't Ih nrin. 'i'Kla.v's
<!ii��h prlet'ii arc: No. 1 N.W., *f.l.;>*7:
No.  I   Mini., Ul.'.Kl;   Id-Jeeled, $IKU,  Fn-
���M 'ifi 1-2. 	
All prli-i'ii iiiintril iilinvi. iir���� ViriMed
nn delivery In store Ft rt WlllJuin and
rvrt.  Arthur,
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mmm THE    c:BESTON_itE\UKW,_Clix:c5'rON,    B. C.  Hi ' ������;  r I# &t  ~~nM*x&NKX^?rtErT������Zy������fiM"l^i&Mllm*itb'i^^ ,i., ���������  t.ayc3������.  /���������* r"i **���������?  ,������'!%'ir rl !;'������''i  C-C>i S.^OYatA ft i-Us**  ^ssa  ejcaresto*-     isun.  I##h^-j  ���������,���������'������������������?'''���������. LOCAli AGKNTS FOI?,  Ford?   Mitchell,   Oakland, Oldsinobile,  "������������������' -:' ' '    ������������������ ��������� :.    .. *> -  Russell Cars.  .",'Stickney Cfas Engines and Fiurulw-s  Motor Cvcles.     Pump-lacks,  Pumps  arid Water Tanks,  Repairs for Bicycles,  Gas  Engines  and Motor Cars.  THE KOOTENAY GARAGE GO MR ANY  R. S. BEVAN, MANAGER ORESTON BRANOH  &*' a_9 s * *hj /** fi_a   *������������������*- ***���������  G* ^1 ^ l   ** ***s -/%  CnUnvn \jc s*ni**si������,*-4in**  YOhris.1 Church  Holy Communion  Matins, Litany Sornion  Evensong  The Tt,-ric\c Yir,,^ nit W"*f*."���������,! ily i������-  doise ihe views expiobsed in ,uiy lelteis  thnt it may print. We will ghtdlv pub-  Tish correspondence on lfitli tsido-* of  questions whioh concern tho welfrre  oi this community. *  The Editor ot the Creston Boview  Sii:���������  In conversing, with uiy neighbor who  i.-* ���������jointly n mprober of tbe Oreston ITmit  Prni,'"-'-:'   TTs.ifij*   m./i    f.p   ,-v.r,    "Si*-....,.,<,������...  '.. l U .. ���������. ���������      O .UWj.     ..������.w     \n     ,1,1*     jl; c. a A.JVAO  t  Ttistitnto, J le.unod that   it "ivhs  a for?  gone   conclusion tlmt the bu*?ines������ of|,f*(|f-f  tho Farnuus' Institute* as* tninn buying  ot feed wan   no bo  taken over hy  the  stuu u uiOU, uiid  lUrtlivv imiuiBii .thnt li  I had nttcubod those in<ietin|t*R I shonld  of known all about it. If a thumler-  hoU had struck mo I could not. have  j hceii liuue surprised. Inisgiuo a membership ol 20t,>boU>ogiuir to tha Fanners'  Institnto being absolutely absorbed by  the Fruit drovers' Union w.th a membership of only Go, without the members  fa in  11 a. in  7 :S0 p. m j of the Institute being inflivi lualiy hoti  Sunday School :' n m   Rocl ft8 1s x0qnivod by tho  Ac;r  Philip O. Ilnymau,   (Vicar. 1  One of the foest iisaesa Sta British Go~ ������  Mm of'aSi&ms, r������s������s9^ $������������g������&r������fi ispes,  \0 reois, i.������j? h&������h&v ������$&&������?& t������,   w@r^ thing'^  \\.v  nwu    avoqer  i))  'lHJ    ������ '���������a**. ���������'S&i  5 acres planted to trees,    io   acres   ready   for   the g |  S3   *#  slow*    Frame house and oat-buiidines.well fenced.   Two;I &  * "-*  ' sis  miles cast of Creston on Canyon road.  x*Oif tcriiiS auu pa������uCu&S,T3 Spp*.y tO"  i*^:������-*S1S���������t e,5&���������6'Jti^������*Lr:������>S"'&������;������s *%  ffiest Dentistry  **��������� ���������%*.  ;������S������r**   ss=b  Wm V. Jackson,     Mountain  View Ranch  ���������it  T?c%r Yh e* n e y t thi rt v cl av s  f\  '.V  ���������V*  $>���������  'V-  I  I will  give  ten  percent  ;>.;  I  discount on all  work if  ������  g  y0r������ Kring this attnounce-  'iii     tiio-nl-  1 *���������$  ^ 1^������-  %si      .^^-"���������J^-*-*J-*^*lM������f^t*M*>*aW������^^ IM  ^" '.b: --v.       :_������s;.rgs'  1   & "fcoward S*K*aa������ H82b.  u  ���������SH  ��������� ���������V  '���������������������������*w  i 1 nA fi:rjs������riiil itanmr Jamm \  ���������w     m   s������b-    g������g :-B-lB ji' ������������������'���������������������������H'M.sl   ���������������.������������������������     ���������sMsT��������� ��������� BflBH   '���������'���������>.  '"        "   I  n  & 4 ESskr Sl*Kb, S.������������Cor. "SS^J^de 1  ' ,r.  X  i Hot or Cold Baths   f Br. de Vsn's Female Pills  1 ���������    iv'��������� J j      A tdiablePreach r������������*ulator;oeverf^.. These  At Any Hour *" "  Billiards and Pool  j&j&*$   Room   t8^������s^K������v  I Clears aiid Cigarettes   H Razors Ground and Set   |  %     ~   ���������������������������������������������    . =���������������������������.������������������"���������������������������      ��������� -    it  -    - .���������    ���������-���������-���������������������������: :������������������ ���������     ��������� ��������� ���������     5  IQ A kA W ATFIF S D Bran  Dilla are exceedingly powerful tn regulating tho  gaaeratiye portion of the female system. i*.ej.uso  all cheap Imitations. ������������������*. de Van's are sold at  S5 a box. or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  35m S*������toeU ������rrig Co.. St. Catbarlnes. Out.  Ore-ston Fruit Growers' Union. I,iuiitPil  mny be u powerful nb������orbout uml might  ^ . have gnincd eheiv deceitful ends had it  not- been for the timely arrivjil of one of  the Tnstitnte memb*****������*, v.jio oj������pet������i*i?d  sit tho last Institutemeoting with n copy  of the Act, which  nrovides  that everv  Ulc-uluer t/A ������, J-^tu liurm xiintituio dLhIa    be  uvitiiied w hen n. uieeting is to be held  and further must state the topics or the  kind of business to be therm transacted.  1 this Kftve a Uttlo moro light, nn tho sub-  jecjt and accordingly ������ resoletion was  passed authoriziug the Swerotary to Entity each member of the Institute that  ia .special meeting be held ou the 31at of  May to consider this matter.  The present system of handling rlour  feed etc., is the best, the cheapest, the  ruoafe economical and altogether the most  satisfactory manner whioh the farmers  Institute could possibly eojoy for the  j reason that vour trade is sought for and  &  <!%���������  _  J*>. H js>m ffli  r   & i^ -^ M B t*r������  raa  B  -.  ' IBaA /TOl ������X\ SKVSS  [Hi  ims h n tw &k em a* q g* ^*������  Vernon,   i5. C  ���������#  4^ All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  ^> to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  ^ suited to this district. Onr specialty is budded slock  on three-year-old whole roots.        ���������  .������**.  For further particulars apply to our local Agent.  ������ J. BHnco, Box 39, Creston, B.C.  \!  mLmmtlmmmmlm^nMU  *   *Jasa*-8~%WB"���������..   ���������     ������������������"#������������������   * ������    ���������.     is������s.jta.s���������&^^5  PROFESSIONALS  DENTISTRY  H. E.HAuTd. D. S..:  Offloo   over  Frank Parks Hardware  8tor������>���������-Baker Street.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  8 O. Land S-oavBYOB and Architbct  Plans and Snecitications  I  ; RESTON  B.C.  CRANBROOK,  B. 'C.  Preston %������ 0. %. 1Ro  J095  GUY   LOWENBERG  OosB-oxT-mo ENonraBB  CRESTON     -      -  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & co.  MeetB Erst and third Thursdays in.  each month, in Speers Hall nt 8 p.   m  Visiting Brethomoordiftllv invited.  QeorRO Broderiok, W. M.  Walter V. Jaoksrin, Reo. Seo.  Itasl Eetftte and Incnranc*.  B.C.  BOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  [Before Ceititig  tu contract.  SYNOPSIS OF OA.NAUIAN  3SOBTH-    :?  WEST  MINING REGOLA'-TIOIsS  COAL���������Coal mining rights may be leaned-,  or twenty-one years, renewable at an unuiial  rental of SI an acre. Not more than 2,300 ac-  * res can be leaned to one applicant. Royalty  five cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  the tract must be staked ont by tho uppli  cant ln person, and .personal application to  the Agent or sub-Afnat of JJominion Lands  lor the district must in all casea.be made aud  the rental for the flrst year mast bo paid to  tbe agent within thirty^ days after ftling  1 application  QUARTZ���������A parson eighteen yearB of uge  and over, having ino,de a discovery may locate a claim 1.600 foot by 1,500. Feo, So. At  least 8100 must be bxpondod on the claim  each yeai* or paid to the Mining Recorder  wiion *f5uu,0 has been cxpon-uocl or paid and  other requlremontfi compiled with, tlio claim  may be purchased at *Jl an acre.  PLACER MINING CLAIMS aro 500 feet  long and from 1,000 lo 2,000 foet wide. Kntry  fco?.5. Not loss than $100 must bo o.xpoiidod  in dovolopomont worlt each year.  1>REL>QING ���������-Two Iiiiihoh ot live miles each  of a river may bo Itmuort to ono applicant Tot  n term of 20 years. Uental, 910 a mllo per annum. Hoyalty.ajsi percent after the output,  ex cede 510,000.  W. W. CORY  Jioputy MinlBter of tbo Intoiior  1  For the 'mildinpf of yom; Now  Hoimo, Store, Office. Workshop  or other bulldlnp;, write or call  yoti get; yonr goods frssb, no store house  to entice all kinds of vermin,  as i*Ats,  mice beetles of various kinds, torn sacks  mildewed  flour, no,   everything1 sweet  and fresh and at the lowest   possible  price.    Why then should we be absorbed  by a Limited Compauy.wheu everything  is working so harmoniously after  years  of toil and care to bring it to ii������ present  state of pfliciei.ciy.   I note the fact that  the secretary of this Limited company  is in the field to receive orders ns I understand for the various" kinds of fiour  and feed eto , that** otvasing a good deal  of oommeut, but that is probably all, as  tho   satisfaction ���������������������������.which   the   ranchers  haye ia procuring  their'.supplies   from  tlie present firm Ir nf? tho highest note,  it is surely not likely thnt, thoy nre going  back to tho wallowing in the mire,  livery lnembijr of tho  i'armors Institute  shonld be ont to tho meeting on the Slst  of May and liavo a 'general discussion of  tbis very important mntiter.  Yours Truly  T. M. IMmondsoji  The Riverside Nurseries?        /,  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  a GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  AT E-iO.ViE  The Hi vers ido Nurseries are tlio noamst i misery company to Creston and  have more trees planted in this district   than any   other company.   The  trees are started under the same conditions that tlu*.v will have to iMotijre  1 in this Valloy.    Thoy can ho In-miyht here  from  the niirscrieH at Grand  \ Fovk.s in three- days'by freight or "ono and one-half days by  express.    All  ] trees guai-antood luune grown.  |     75.000 Hivorsido trees are now growing in the district.  For Catalogue and Price list, wriio to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent. Crestqu, B. C.  fBfKfflSq^ffifSZSZi  t^^^T^gSaffiglS  IrSIRSIV  ta ws-'m.n m u vx   m  B&S3 mssBi -^aaxi vm \so wr   w w a*  PA-KI'J&flfi-  B��������� . -   ��������� _^   Painter and  Wall Paper t  r^Z.  Oalaomining, Painting, I'aper-h inging ;0������rrhigo  nnd  Sign Painting.  iLet me givo you nclvico aud esttmatos on your work.    AH   work gttui*  autet-d toglvoHfttlsfiictiop.        i  ttj-igattai^^  on mo.   Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Kn, I*tf������ and Aorfdon* Itttwnuwa  TRAIL      -      -      -  3.C.  Repairs & Alterations  A 8PB0IM.TY  Ohnrgea reasonablo and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  ^**~*nx<ti%n*iri  "I  Xl|JJMLMJSMtl|s>J**S*MSl^SWWS-iS������S������������IIS|l^llll ' ���������'     ' I"   i   ���������'������������������'"������������������' ���������  ~��������� ���������     ~ _-_-- _    ���������     .  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston I  nmmma0mamaoaamVHaawm  mil. 1R.Bcatt*>  CRANBROOK - B.C.  I  Tho  aHSBESSKS1'^^  funeral Director  HWWIMSSWSMSlSI  I OROH ARDiSTSI  |  _._Y~-  .... L!=   The Fraser  *  p awtimvmwH1*****  J  sf|||jj'*)J'}***U!l^  ALDERQROVE.   B.C.  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  i������^.,rU������or Annteft. Pcixrs, Plums. Cherries, etc.  All tin* Vory Latest Styles m hn-  dlofi* UiilH, Ti'linmlngH,  li'lowors  aud ItlbboiiH.  This shipment <was delayed en accoun  of the cod strike in England*  TjAdiw HicAnY-M.vm-;  WAISTS  .'.������,*wi^*la^mJ������*i*~*-m- ������-sW^-'HWn-*'*'"  ;.h. ������������������**��������������������������� *���������*������������������������������������-������������������*  FORFULL   PARTICULARS  WnKltirrAJtr> MrtJOMK. <Ml "AH. <;'>M';'������^  Uonural l>laiiaH< i  N',AV   Mill\'! Ol*  JjtMl|<������ l II hit I ' III Ml - I I  >IU  IM  r*ii'V������    ..lill'.i HI   limui'i nun  i     miiii-s  i-onn'   Stohkingn mid   UVuiing    I  Alipai'i-l I'liitilhl'' to I lie "-'I'll- mi,  Galatcns .'in iuutow nnd inctiituu  stripes, iu Blues and Givy gouuds.  Price: t;, to ?.' ���������**  \\ plaids ai:d Mvcr.liccks in   a tui������nh(������r of  I*! coloring:*:    Wkc from 15c lo 25c.  \}      B      SliirtingM  :������  c loiec   rmge   i"   dark  U medium -and light'gronuds, 15 to 25.  ������'I*M������I������W..m. ^IMM l'���������.l.,i��������� ,���������i"M4I>MM^^4^^W,A.W.  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