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 ���������WltMUUIH  iwrvrK"  .   fl.  TFW  .t'.,-  >et_."  * ,-*.,., n.T'j /- -\  ' 1.1 ������ -' *___".    __^������������^'  ':/- ." -'   " "      ? - - C^���������>^  AS! Roads ill East and WesiffKootenay Lead to CrestoaY  ALL THE  -Mi-fa"***:!  X* Mm*    Tt     Ik/   t.  of the CRESTON-  DISTRICT  *������_   fl       j* a  I Wi'N  fftiy ��������� :\ti.?gM  _ .    _   8���������1   % /l /  V   IJJr   V  i ADDRESS*  $2.00 A   YEAR |  No. 47 ���������   4tli   Year.'  CRESTON, B.C,    FRIDAY   JULY 12th   1912.  Sii?gi,e Combs 5c.  rvivvniT  fit a������io  tArismi PiM  ARFflFVW npnun  r_ns_ sji_f 9 SL.L.UI any  DELEGATE NAMED BY  ���������=��������� TRADE  Worst Act Unless Ranchers  Go In With the Purpose  vu  ���������__7* ._������������������������������,  vv siaaasug  HERE AND THERE  ___V  A delegate to act with delegates from  tils Fruit Growers' Union, Fruit Growers' Association and the Farmers' Institute aa a committee to oversee the gath-  Bring and to accompany the exhibit to  She Dry Farming Congress at Lethbridge  ���������**"?as elected by the Board of Trade at its  tegular meeting last Tuesday evening.  J. Compton was first, nomir.ated for  the place as being the~most versed member of the Board in fruit grooving* but  ss the Congress is to ba held during the  heart of apple picking he declined to  accept. C. O. Rodg&rs' name was then  proposed. Mr. Rodgers at first refused  On the grounds that he knew very little  about apples, but he finally consented to  accept under the condition that if it  "Were possible for __r. Compton to go  ���������vrlien the time came, that he would, io  ���������represent the Board of Trade. James  Compton and W P. Sfcarks were then  Sppointed to assist   Itlr. Rodders when  they could until the time of the exhibit.    1  -^hen Mr. Rodgers decided to -go he  expressed himself as not being willing  fto be connected with the affair unless  ���������She ranchers were willing to go iu to  ���������Win. At first it was thought that Creston could not be put on a competitive  display but a reply to a letter of enquiry  t>y the secretary of the board which  Stated that our exhibit would be from  ft non-irrigated section, ofliirmed that a  exhidifc from this district would be welcomed. /' D. S. Timmons aiid W. A.  Pease, who were in attendance at the  toeetiug as representatives of the Fruit  Growers' Union and Association, expressed themselves for their organizations as desiring to put on a ?tar exhi-  '.    Wt*      ��������� :. ':       -"-  It la the desire of the Board of Trade  bh of. the joint meeLiug of the fruit  jjro w������rs' orgfU)i���������atIous held two weeks  fl#o, to hav^ the display oomposed pf  everything that grows well in tho val-  '- ley. ":'���������������������������  * ��������� -     ��������� .-     '������������������ ,,-.- .������������������.'���������������������������'. ������  At the bonnlnrioir of  tbo discucaior*  -about the exhibit tho .attention  of the  . . ���������" .'ib- - : ,  ������������������  Board was called to Btagueiil;, foul uud  disonBO brooding pools of refuse which  fnfeBt Croston at sovoral placet).    Tho  mufctor of bettering tho conditions wna  laid ovor for fnrthor consideration,-'  At u meeting two months ngo the  Board tooli up tho winttor of providing a  dumping ground 1 in order' to prevent  tlio Houfctoring of rubbish nil ovor tho  country and, particularly in tho vnlloys  Boouio plaoou. A letter vvua roiul at tho  mooting hint, night lroin i,hu uliluiulH  Btallug that a place would In1) provided,'  and'suggested tlmt?tho board toko Iho  tnii+.tn* un with tlio local bo.f.lMi elfln-v.  A roHfilnlion wiih piinnni) with tbn jinr-  poso of getting the bounty taken off  ovvJh which, it wim iirgtu'ri, llvo tin go-  phoni and flold uiico, and not on chick-  on*? and blivlH hh wiii thought when tho  ordinance wiui inado. Whoro tho liu-  bitm of thn owl huvo been Htndicd nnd  whoro Uio owl Iuih bona killed und  ox-  amim-d it hnu been iouud tlmt  ho docs  1  not, llvo on birdH bur. on aiilnml*.  O. J. Wigou wub uominutod dolognto  to Uio urugutiun uouvuuuou ut, Uoioguu,  1A two-foot ledge that carries a foot of  steel Galena and that assays $54 a ton  Trail.        ,  The flrtn of Bichey & Gilbert of Top-  penish in .Yakima country hits made  contracts to delivor 300 cars of peaches  this season and has two men working  the eastern markets to place additional  shipments, accosding to H. M. Gilbert  of that firm,  E. G. Warren, manager of the Bri-  tish Columbia Copper Co.. died in the  in the hospital at Greenwood Thursday  of last week as the result of an automo-  t  bile accident met witn a week ago Saturday .  Ladysmith has decided to do its own  cement wdrk. A cement mixer is soon  to be purchased by that city.  His royal highness the Duke of Can-  naughc is to tour British Columbia during the second week in September.  Eastern Canada is sweltering in boat.  Tolfield. Alberta real estate is soaring:  'as a result of. the big gas strike there a  couple of weeks ago.  rt.*A  'SJhe date of the '���������-Tirst Canadian Cher-  ry Fair" which is planned by the Horticultural Ss Fraifc Growers' Association.  at-Kaslo is postponed to some time in  July 1913 owing to the irregularity of  this season.  Arthur Frdnch spent a fow days the  first of the week in Oreston, He is  starting up a barDer shop, puol sooxa.  and restaurant at Bull River, B. C.  ���������Wanted to rent for a mouth or six  weeks by a lady with one child, a 'small  furnished cottage in Creston. Apply  stating terms to Mrs. T E. South, Cranbrook.  , j A cherry twig holding 51 cherries in a  six inch length was brought to the Re-  vifw ofiioe fchi3 week from W. K.  Brown's ranch. The cherries were  very large in spite of the thickness of  the clusters. Sowever ^as cherries are  quite perishable, they did ndt keep long  onough to be displayed more thaa two  days. '  T. M. Conway,, chief Stewart on the  Kuskanook and laud owner at Oreston,  left Tuefeday for Detroit,  Michigan ou  ���������You get" five per cent discount at  The Cash Store,  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Grady, who. have  been spending some time in Creston at  the home of his mother, Mrs. J. J. Grady, left Wednesday for iheir home at  IsTorth Yakima, Wash.  ���������3ny your fishing tackle from our  big nssortment of  lines.    S. A. Speers.   V-  E. Ij. T. Taylor went to Calgary,Wednesday ort business.  ���������Six more young pigs for sale-  Mirabel li, the Shoemaker.  The following pupils passed the annual High School entrance examinations  which Were held on June 17, 18 and 19  in Oreston:���������James Lidgate,, 695: Alice  Heath, 690; Bessie Harry, 683; Stanley  Hendren, 550. These grades are the  standing with a possible 1100. The  lowest "grade was 37*.  Get our price on No. 1 Timothy Hay.  Just unloaded.    S. A. Speers.  The ladies of the Methodist church  will hold a Garden Party at the par-  <���������  sonage Tuesday, July 30.  C.C. S., SIGNAFIBS CRANBROOK:  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  M. E. Bnrdetfc and family of Montana  arrived in Creston last week and with  the purpose of making it their home.  The morning service followed by the  Holy Communion which was unavoidably omitted on the first Sunday in the  mouth will be held next Sunday, July  14th when the Rev. E. P. Flewelling,  Rector of Cranbrook wiii be present to  conduct them  The provincial government is doing  its part about Oreston by cutting the  thistles along the highways.  A BURNS RELIC  M! UMIHW MBM Til  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Richara-O"-,   v,_c*  have been visiting at the home of J.  Before I bad a license Isold shoes 1 Hobden, left yesterday for their home  with a profit of 10 per cent now I make  5 per cent.   A. Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  r.BST  ��������� -a b  et  rs.fi,  est g bh a  h a a ess a  L.U! ouo iuriS HAY  O. H. Powers of Lethbridge spent &  number of days at his Tanch here the  first of the week. He expects to-bringL  his family here ������>efore ths winter.  Ovying" to Exceedingly low  "Water, Crop is Larger  Than Ever  ���������We are agents for Imperial Clothing  The Cash Store.  O. B.  Adams of Calgary is   visiting  his family in Cre-tcn this week.  in New Westminster.  ���������The best in paints and "varnishes.  BapcoPainfc and Berry Bros., Tarnishes  I" t  _br sale at Speers.  r m 8 inr -__ifli___ ���������*_     _  __-Uunuftil_ktsg  _������1P  *?i*; j  v v *. til  1 i^Sr 1  --,������������������������ I  ���������'H4|  '" tiZtii  ���������,:<s"sas  j'.cr  i ���������,,'  i  m  ���������������.  l   S  COULDN'T  STAY   AS  WISHED  Parties   Pinning  British  Business Hen's Route  Slight Kootenay  " "V'rr  - <������������������*���������;-:  /  *<, -J  Miss Olive Corneilof Canyon Ciiy is  quite ill.  Five hundred tons of hay will be cut  on the Reclamation Farm this year,  according to a statement made by F. K.  Hurry who has a oontraot with Brach-  man & Kerr Milling Company of Nelson  which will handle all he puts up. Owing to the unusual low water this year,  there is a bumper orop pf hoy running  about two tons to tho acre.  Owing to the oarly low wator, tho  ourrnnt bushes aro loaded whereas thoir  yield is usually small. Tho fruit trees  whi'ju usually have to stand froui three  to four foot iii water also promise an ox-  traordinnry honvy yield this -season. Mr.  Hurry for fcho first time is experiment-  , ���������*���������     -  ing with potatoes in th_ low latad*!, this  yonr.   Ho expects groat roBults as tho  soil is oxoeodingly ferfciio.   Tlio sod wne  plowod under and tho potatoes planted  without further preparation.  ���������A team of heavy mares for sale. Apply to E. Ij. Taylor, Box 24, Creston.  Ed. Talbert made a trip through  Washington last week, celebrating the  Fourth of July in Everett.  ���������Men's working shoes, $1.60 at Mir-  abellies  H. MitBon, who has been employed at  Canyon City the past year is taking a  weeks vacation.  Miss Grace Quaife of Sirdar was  a  Creston caller Monday,  -���������Christie's fresh sodas at 35 cents per  tin at Speers.  In two weeks the road toward Sirdar  will be opened as far os Bob Dixon's  ranoh. n.    '.  ���������See our window for earthern pitchers and tea pots at rock bottom prices.  --��������� .--������������������ - \ ���������������������������       .-���������-..  S. A. Speers.  Ilev. Eby pf Arrow oreek was in town  Tuesday.  I  -���������Protect your garden with poultry  wire. Iii 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths at  Spoors' Btoro.  Goo. Olllvor, a pfiddlor from tlio Btntos  was hold at tho polioo court this wodk  for soiling goodH without a Hooubo. Ho  was forood to aoouro a twenty dollar li*  ooiiBO and pay fcho ooBtn. of tho oourt,  Camot'on's Llvory was pnrohasod lnnt  wook by tho Meroantllo Gompaby. ���������   _Ml.fl, Att.idgo of   Erickson, is now  propftrod to do dressmaking of nil kind**,  Crawford liny Civilian Rlflo Ansooia-1 Qntiflfactlon  giinrnntend.    Call   at tho  ���������Full stock of  whalo  oil aoap and  quassia ohipB at tho Mercautile,  Tho mill ufc Canyon City   resumed  work Monday.  An unpublished poem by Robert  Burns has recently been discovered in  possession of Mrs. .Tohn Moffat-of St.  Andrews. Scotland. The verses are  praraced as follows ��������� '  "Oomposed by Robert Burns, and presented to the nobleman addressed upon  being called up from the servants' hall  (where he had been sent to dine along  with them) to add to the entertainment  f*.*P ^������*!o /������4-iMf.*\o������t** ol^visy ������**.._*l_ -Jtrl.-lrtVl /������/*IT>_  Vr^.   __ft-t.T    ������^vr4__-^4,t*w(->- y    %mm*s*A^j      ft ������������/������fc-     ���������*������ ������_.aw*   ^"^w  pany he had been asked to go on an excursion to the Bass Rock. On presenting which he put on his hat, turned on  Ms heel and retired."  This poem was copied by Mrs. Moffat's  grandfather, the late Mr. Edward Sanderson, nearly one hundred years ago.  The ve'ises y?e_e as follows:  "VMy Lord, I would not fill your'chair,  Tho' ye be proudest noble's he\r.  I came this-mghtj- to -joii_.your feast'  J_s equal cf the best at least!  _ - *  "i'is true that 0_5_i W_th 226 IS sCaSv,  And titles trifles that I vs/aut.  The King has never made me kneel  To stamp my manhood with his seal.  But wlfafc of that?   The Sing on high  Who took less pains with you'than I,  Has filled my boHoru and my mind  With something better in its kind  Than your broad aores, something whioh  I cannot well translate to speech.  But by its impulse I can know  'Tie deeds,not birfch.that make men low.  Your rank, my Lord, U but u loan I  But mine, thank Heaven, ib a.l my qwji  'A peasant, 'tis iny pride to be;  Look rouiid and round your hall, and Bee  *. , '"  Who boosts a higher pedlgraol  I was not fit, is i3oc__5, to dine  With those fox-hunting heroes fine,  but only oamo to bandy *jeBta  Eight of the 64 British   businessmen  men and manufacturers who are ou a  tour of Canada for the purpose ot investigating its resources with the view of  further   development,   passed throng-'.   -   '  CreBton on Tuesday.   Regret was  es-   4 '  pressed by the eight excursionists that'  the  entira company  c uld     not few.  come     through  che   Koootenays.   to  Guy -Loweabgrg, as representative of  the Oreston Board of Trade and the edi-  tor of the Review,   who accempanied    ��������� *  the men as far east SB Yahk.    Ail the "--,  '";  tourists expressed delight and surpriss - '.;"?  at the prospects of this section o' Bri- ' -  -A*  tish Columbia, for all they had heard ?  w I    "-  ^M4>,.p^.j^itAry ������*Wa   |T4y^ffigA ������������������������,e������ -rtyiAQ  ia*fCS2di2i''>-'^ ^J-*  .' '    iti  ly uncomplimentary.    They Canadian -  Y%  Facific excursion conductor had adviaeit     '   "    ., Z  1 ,     ',  them not go come this way beea*ise, as       '.  - *���������>  he claimed, there was nothing much of '  interest via the Crows Nest route. [..  This section- of the  country would   ���������  been entirely slighted nad the party or  or parties who planned the itiaerwS^fCi*        ^     ti  tbe British Business Men's 'Esoursion , .'  their will in fie matter.    Not even a "<..  section of the party ^*?Ould have coa_s   -   . v  this way if the Boards of Trade? inter** ?  estsd had sol telegraphed to tks Ostt^  dian offiioials to have tha excursion visit  the Kootenay s. Creston Board oc Trade     '   ���������"  at its meeting a month ago   wired to Y;  Honorable Robert Bodgers, Mfniatw* of '   ?'*,  Public Works,to change the itinerary of v  the exoursion on its return from the y-  coast to come through the Crows Nest  Pass.   Hit?, reply was that he had nothr - -' '-' -������,-,,  ing to do with the arrangement of the'   '  route.   The Nelson Board of Trade has  interested itaelf greatly in tbto matter? '"'   ?? Y^?'  and it. Ib likely ?that the. offioialB now   ��������� ���������? ^, ^  know that there is a Beofcidii in Brltbh '   ?  Columbia by the name of Kootenay and  that it will raceivs so������ie ooesi^rAtlon. 5 '  in the arrnngemeut of future itineraries.   :  ;  The   reclamation of the valley flat  Minn Anna JohiiBon of Wynndel wan  a visitor in Oreston, Monday.  tion huH chaUongod tno local uiarlcHiuun  for n Hhoot to bo held horo tho Inst* of  th!!: month or tho fir;*}-, of nr-xt.  A big olufltor of roBos won sont to tho  Roview oflloo by Mrn. T. M. Edmund-  son tho fimt of the wonlc. Wo wonder  if Mm impulHd that prompted thoir Bonding, was tho ilc-mlro to rmilco it known  thai; thoro aro womo of EngllHh donoont  iu Croilun, in iuhijouhu to u jibu  iu  Uio  ������������������The O.O.S. Company, of Cranbrook  Is disposing of Boveral branches of thoir  bualuoBB, aud bargains galore, la tho ordor of tho day in Oroubrook. Croflton  folks Bhould get on tho iuBido, a lottor  to the 0.0,8. will bring all the information noooBsary regarding tho Bpooial  pHoos. Iron betlfi nro ho11j������-*j*; nt *!?,75  nny sizo. Drossors and Btands at $11.  Frod   Ryluuuu of Ci7iul-.ror.k    r.pont Tilnnlenm 'BRn uq. ynvd.    Triprmtry RugH  b'w 0k0 $0.00. Mciih Biiitrtilin.85.' Hnn-  droda otpnirHof mons shoos going ftfc  half prioo.   Real oloBlug out priooH on  Among your lordship's hopefdl gneata    jlanda was of interest to the party of  There iuu������t be hero h������uib y���������d miMiaku-  I would not play for such a stake.  Be a buffoon for drink aud meat,  And a poor EuiTe taxpald aedtl  No, dio, my heart, er? siibh a shamo  Desconds on Robert J_uruB* name."  Tho Fruit MngftZiuo.  homo of M. ii������ Pttluier.  on i-ii  rnj-i/A  \  BOVcrnldayH thiH wwnk In Oreston.  Good pony for flalo, wolghB700poundB  good driver and saddle horse.   Inaniro ] ovo.ytWn|r, $5.00 will do tho work of t>10  of A. MlmbolH.  11T  LEAVES FOR NELSON  ww-sw���������***** <i^>_f^������Si^������������������������mm���������111 ���������  I  Larger Crowd Than Was  x     ,J!���������!..,4..   ,������  /\t_it*������if/utcu  Ono hundred thlrtoou OrestonltoB left  thlB nioinlng ou tho Orangomou'B Ex-  don'fc overlook Ibis opportunity to buy  onaminn to NhIhoh.    Tho Hpoolal  whioh  at loss than mamil'iioturew prloos. Vory   WUH oompoHod tho onginn of tho regular  businoBsmou and purttoularly to A.  Sellers, an engineer, but as the men  were not choosers of thoir own time? a  stop ovor for investigation was not to bo  had.  Brit.Bh Ool-Htabia as a whole, they Bay  hiiB pleased them aB muoh as any pro*  vinoo. BuBinoas prbapoota are good and  the climate Ib muoh like that of tho .Old  Country.  Kootena y .Garage Dpes  Good Business  S.mnAtmhM about complotort thn ������|������������WpttoaB'oii laoo cnrtaiu.; awh onr-  lie  tuiiiH, window tixturoM, nil wile priooM  oloaring of ,18 noroB of bin ranch  -Hit and MW column In tho Review I Intoudim!ptt(f ibttU in olovor tUo fl|.Ht juroF. O. B.. Omnbrook, no charge for  lyoar. I*        -  IWU WUUiiU tiHOx  fr.at freight aud two car loads of Hijueel-  ing pigH followed by tho paHnougor 00a-  nhou.   Wo hope the oxouraioniata will  ^.#.1-  1>4A 4v.A������mm^   IvWA^f. A A^V*/v,V.n������AW^V,4V������.|rAAV^  The Kooteuivy Garage Oo., whioh has  places of business lu Oreeton, Fernie  aud Cranbrook, hold a meeting of ltd  managers at Cranbrook. R. S. Bevan  of the' looal garage attended. Ho to*  portfi tbofc 10 oor������ wore ������old by the oom-  pany tho pant year, and preparation!  4������~.������  XMX  i.....i.,.,avm In the enimirM* Titar  are being niudo.  ���������Fall itoolc of whale oil aoap and  ^*^^rm^^^Tg^i^m ^mw*usiib* ^^hp   m**^*   i^^^������^f^ ^w^^^^^w^^^^^j  U  ���������HkWKMMAIMW  M__.,,.ii-',1I"-"J ''' -,,'.,.������';.,f,*"!"'<'i;:���������������,t!**'���������,'- ������,^'!.,.,!,'^^,y-:'^!,H,!!lll*l'AH1MWMW.4������w  '��������� *��������� ,t$*l THE   CBESTON -.'-REVIEW,    ORESTON,    B. C;  i\.  I I  ; H_%RB  PRESSED  ���������A*��������� ������������������  mm. ~~x S^. ���������- j - ���������  *(W*ff"ir*.������"'T*^KWi^  FRED  M,  WHITE  LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO., LTMITED  i���������;���������                    .- .  ��������� %  ���������������������������,-. ; ������������������--.    . .j  -������ J what had happened.  1 I I     Is   Sir   George   mad?   Fielden     ex-  THg  KAISER'S VENTURES  i  (Continued.)  "What else have you in your mind?  he asked.  Oh. business of course. Now as to  tbe Blenheim; colt; I am taking it  for granteJ that you will scratch tbe  colt. I have made all the arrangements with Absalom &. CO., and as  they have withdrawn their action  they will expect you to do your part.  Now what do you say to letting the  colt have a run in the Champion  Stakes next week at Mirst Park? I  thought it would be a very good way  of  getting  out.      To begin** with  the  public  Will   06   giau      tO      SeS      WuSuiST.  or net their fears are justified, and  If the horse cuts up badly, why then  you can scratch him at once. It  would all appear absolutely fair and  above board; in fact, it will be. Or,  If you like, you can let, it be understood that the borse is not quite fit  and that you still have hopes of get-  ti-L" hi__ in fettle for the Derby. It  seems likD a good seheme-  I see. Sir George said thoughtfully.  Yes^ ou the whole, that isn't a bad  Idea of yours. I shall be glad to get  It over, too. I hadn't the-slightest  intention of sending the colt to Mirst  Park, but Raffle reports that" he is  much fitter to-day, so that there is ������o  reason why I should not adopt your  suggestion. There is the chance that  people will blame me for taking they  risk, but, at the outside, that will be  tbe worst of it. I will talk it.oyer  with Raffle in the morning, and let  you know definitely.  Shortly after breakfast the neit  morning Mallow came into" the H-  ' brary to hear what his employer had  to say. The trainer -would hardly  tielleve his ears when Sir George unfolded his plan. He had a score of  practical objections    to    make.  claimed.   *  I dor't Uitink so, sir, Raffle replied.  I don't like it at all. Depend upon  it, Sir George has got into a mess  over his money matters, and has  thought out some scheme for putting  himself right. And call me a, tool  if that there Copley isn't at the bottom of the whole thing. He and Sir  George have been closeted together a  good deal lately. They say you can't  touch pitch without being defiled  And s-ince those two have beer so  friendly Sir George is quite anothe?  man. However, unless you like to  interfere, I must act upon instruct,  ions. I am bound to do as I an*  told-      ���������  How could I interfere? Fielden'asked.  Well, sir. the colt rightfully belonga  to you. He is as much yours as the  coat on your back. And I cant see  why you should stand quietly by and  watch the ruin of one of the finest  horses that ever looked through a  bridle.  _l had forgotten that, Fielden said,  ferhaps, later, T may have something  to say. but for the present that must  bs our secret, Joe. Mallow must  carry out his instructions. By this  way. what are they?  Something like a grin crossed RaJ-  fle's face. ���������"-  Oh, we've got to run hhn, sir, he  said. We've got to run him and do  our best. That there is the faintest  chance of his winning Sir George- doer,  not believe for a moment. Still, IJ  you refuse to take a hand?! must do  as 1 am told, that's all. And perhaps  you will be at Mirst rark yourseli' on  the first day.  A Farm in Africa and a Big Steamship  Line      '     '  The    German    Emperor    has    Just  bought two  sheep farms  in German  South-west. Africa  for ,-������4,800.    the  export of wool is at present small, but  it is  believed, that in  the course of  time this  will    become    a  source of income to the colonises! aiid  the Kaiser desires to encourage, tnis    '."  branch of colonial activity.  In  choosing  the  farms  his  Majesty acted on the advice of Herr Heck-  el, a gentleman attached to the-, imperial   Court,   who    is    visiting    his  brother's  raiich  near  Windhoek.  In acquiring, two^_farms in South  Africa the German i_mperor is nadiisK i V  further outlet for those business  qualities which, had he been bora  to commerce instead of a throne,  would have assuredly have won ,for  the Kaiser a high position among  merchant princes. It may not be  generally known that the Kaiser  j is already the oWner of a porcelain  and tile factory at Cadinen, in East  Prussia  This\comuiercial venture has proven very successful owing to the  Kaiser's active participation in the  management- No detail has proven  too insignificant for him to master,  and the Emperor is not above recommending personally his own  wares and finding-new', markets for  the Cadinen products.  These wares are on sale at a shop  in Berlin called "The.Royal Hohen-  zollerh. stores," and at one iiuie ii  was^his Majesty'^ custom to pay visits of inspection to bouts*-*'-* and buiid- i  ings   where   the? Cadinen   tiles   had  * MAN    WHO   STOOD   STILL  Half  Shop Stocked With    Goods  Century Old  Thi-ie has just uied at Auror-i, Illinois,  Mr.  D.  W.  Stoekwell, one of  tl e quaintest characters in the State,  who has been* know for many y_oi-:*  r.s'"The Man who Stood Still." l-'iuy  'ia'iiia-Kwt    y.ars ago he was the owner of on   ul  vaiuame    lhe   DiSgest   shops   outside   Chicago,  Aird during the Civil war he prospcr-  d greatly-  Alter the war he failed- to k-i*')  ni reast ol the timet,, and the san>".  ;'.oods whi.-h he carried then _li't  .���������corn the show windows Of his siiop.  For a lew years the shop mad_ x  picfit, but within half a,dozen y������.m  after tbe war the place \va_ a curiosity "sli-T. aud continued so. T.'v  hoop sk'-i, barber-striped hose, jii  jewelry ������~>A other antiquities <:<m-  timied to lcrxi\ his stock.  In latlei yeai a he was the o*ily  .ji^c who ��������� ntered the pltico except visitors lo the city, and his shop became iv oiiow place in a mod-r^u.  .v&y, oil account o' the man's poeu-  liaritles, Mr. Stock well has carrU,d  about $-/���������<!��������� worth of gbods���������all ��������� ���������_���������.  oi date���������Coi over 40 years. But n ���������*���������  whhstau'.iMg lack of eubtoiii. he op^u-  ��������� d his shop prompt'y at 7 every mo-i-  ing. and remaiuod until 8 in the ������*vou-  iug.     He died ut the . ge of 77,  Peevish, *j_le, jestless, and sickly  children owe thoir condition to worms.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will relieve them ������n,\ rf>ei'orp health.  Why doesn't she take  MA������I>EIJ-CQ Headache' Wages*������ \  They stop a head ache promptly, yet do not contain'any" of  the dahgerous drugs common in headache tablets." Ask your  Druggist about them.   25c. a box.  tiKtiHiiAL' Onus AMD CHEMICAL QO. OP CANADA,   LlMITKO.   J 22  ���������-~ +���������i.s : ���������-���������*...��������� ! been used.  CAA1A     l.CA_kAAl^    VIA*?    Ul    . A. ~' A,    i .  of our creeks over there, and if that | The Emperor ^is a keen agrleuitur-  is all you've got to say I must be get* -. -fet'.-������������������ *"������ *-"'* latv-t practical d_v_l-  ting along- 1 opmeuts of this important science  The conversation haunted Fielde,.-'!'.1.'**^ farms whl<;h  It was with him night and day till the    Why,   Not  How  Hy G(>ovg������, old chap, when I look  at one of vour paintings I stand aud  wonder-  now I do it?  *ltiT������_-    nf    T>*n>'itt*vi:   -���������      "f*  fivst day of the  Mirst Park Meeting   Kttle  f.  -J\at morning he had received a telegram asking him to meet Phillips ir.  London early in the. afternoon.      He  gathered from the message that Phillips had something important to* say  and so he decided to go to town.    It  would be easy to run up froip Mirst  Park and get back ih time to see the  ead of the afternoon's sport.      None 1  of the Haredale Park party was over. {lt  Nor had Copley put iu an appearance, \  aud Fielden had his time almost  tor  himself.      He  ran against  Raffle  In !  *-?.**������V.       O.A       lVA>rW>S^-4A TAr  rt   or   in**   ro'viii  estate in Silesia. His Majesty Is also -financially interested In-the Hars-  bvirg-AuiericaiA l_ine and almost In.-  variably attends the launches of new  liners from the Vulkan yard. One  of these, the Imperator, is to take  water this month, and the German  Emperor has again signified his intention of being present.  TUB  s ������ ���������=������.  ftBT  era,** a  flC    PPItlMR  Waa   Developed   Long   Bofor*   the  Waaxf* Waa Firat Known.  Haredale waved them all impatiently  aside.  Now does the colt belong to you or  me? he asked. I have the very best  of reasons for what 1 am going to do.  It has always been my policy to take  the public into my confidence. I  want them to see %t Mirst Park exactly v;hat the horse can do. If  they like to go on backing him after  that, it's their own look-out.  But *:hat isn't the point, Sir George.  Mallow insisted. The colt is coming  on splendidly again. It would be  ' madness to extend him just now, and  if he treakE down badly, don't blame  me. I'll do my best between now  and th-* dav of the race, not because  I want to, but because you are my  employer and T .rrast obey orders.  Mallow  refused   to  say any   more.  He closed his mouth obstinately and  went  back   to   the   stables   presently  in a peculiar frame of mind.     He had  had twenty years of turf experience.  There was no cunning wile or deep-  laid plot that was not familiar to him.  And he was asking himself now what  dodge Sir George was 'Up to. Hitherto he had found Sir George Haredale  the soul of honor and integrity, but It  was one of    Mallow's    theories    that  .eyery man had his limits.      And bev  uldcS. aG.aueJ--.oew. _������ttsr than him-  p.lf how critical  Sir Georga'a finau-  <"_lal ajfoira were.     And it-.ttdOiuQi; te  ih'lH, of late, Sir    George    had    been  hand in glove with Raymond Copley,  and   Mallow   hated . Copley   from   the  bottom   ol  his  heart.      In  his   own  phraseology, Copley was a, wrong 'un.  -Raffle wub pivgt all words when, in  the fulness of ills heart, Mallow confided to him.     Raffle    waa   a    keen  judge of  Biicn  matters.      He  sought  an opportunity later in the afternoon  ot aeel.ig Fielden    and    telling    him  Pelt   is   a   fabric   formed   without  but j the-paddock half an hour or so before j weaving by tasias advantage or th������  the race for th-^ Champion Stakes. I tendency ot bat rand wool to Ui ter laco  There *ar������s a que^r' g_i������."im the *>���������������������-��������� aod cilng to each other. AntSquarsaus  man's face as he suggested that Field-! stats that tbe art of'.!felting was deveU.  en should go and have a look at the ! nn^a i_ne'"'b.fur_ th_ weaver was first  ^t?tv - .Thfyt-if������1ani- th?    Ble^hu ! knowB. "Felting antedates the Chrla-  colt in c!s stable looking m much bet- ; rt������������������ __i K������ ������,an_ ~>n*���������nK>a  ter condition than Fieldea had expect- i ���������* ff������ fl ���������a������/ ^ojurtes  ed *    -. j   : Authorities   state   that   tbe   felting  , He appears to be all right, he said I ?���������lit,t 0t ^ ������S ^������rt reaulta from  Ah, he is a bonny colt, Ragle V*v I tbe D*turai 8traciare *?��������� the ^tBrlaL  claimed with a look of affection b I-Tlle hair of most animals Is notic-ed  hrs eyes. I never saw a better-tJ*. 1 to ^)e more or less notched or jagged  pe>-ed horse or a more genuine try or. j-'on Its surface. This is tbe more ap-  Hc-"'t go A."*-ery inch of the way, inj j parent when an eaamlnatioo of tlie  I shouldn't be surprised if���������but >ve i tnateria! !s made bv -ihe aid .of a  won't talk about that. [microscope.     In   some  animals there  ).aff!e refused to    say    any    mot- ; appears to De a set of oarbs on tne  Nj.a  ^���������Vhy do vnii rirt it?  Minard's   L.nlment   Cures   Garget   In  f'->i   the race was close at hand;   s<  i1 .CIUC1,     4AACAVAC     AAAO     ������VAAJ       1UIU     U1C     StcAUU.  where he could command a good  view. Not that he had any interest  in the race. It Was a foregone conclusion that the Blenheim colt would  be beaten and in only one or two Instances did he carry any public money. A moment or two later Raffle  took up a position by FteldeiVs side.  The colt moves well,, said Fielden.  looking through his glasses, and 1  don't see much signs of staleness.  either. Upon my word, if I had any  money to spare I'd back him for a  trifle myself.       ��������� - ���������-���������  You might do worse, Raffle chucked,    ___.^j������fllH^ffi"B5������tey-.-...,,,.   ,.    .  W8&&  j hair, and these barbs are so placed chut  i tbe tip ot each points to the end of tbe  i hair. ,  j    It follows that when a number of  : bnlrs are pressed together those which  lie  in  the opposite direction to each  j other wiii interlock wits the barbs of  j the ba!r surface and resist an effort to  j (ear them asunder.   When tbe hair has  I a natural tendency to curl the lntertae*  lpg process which la caMed teltlng la  more easily accomplished.    ���������:*������������������ ������������������  Although tbe felting property Is possessed by wool tn a special degree,  other animals Dave It in their covering.  This is true of tbe gout. ox. bare, raD-  blt and beaver.���������Mew Xork Sua.  A   New Chnrnnlnti  _������i4._       -.  .Suivi iCuiriiiitn      bCilOOi  with his son)���������You give this boy u'  ���������nine a thrash^' yesterday, didn't y^r'  Schoolmaster' (very nervous)��������� Well.  ���������1���������er���������perhaps���������  Prize-Fighter���������Well, give us your  'and; you're a champion. I can.<t do  nothiu' with 'im myself,���������Punch.  ****^*^*mmmm^*^mnm '^^mmammm.  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial is compounded specially to combat  dysentery, cholera morbus and all  inl-imraatory disorders that change of  food or water may set up in the  stomach and intestines. , These  complaints are more common in summer than in winter, but they are not  confined to the warm months, as undue laxness of ;the bowels may seize  a man at any time.::"'HucJi. a sufferer  will find speedy relief in this Cordial.  . ������������������' .;.' .   .    , i ,.. ������������������        .' '.'I -'���������  Case for a Choice  V George,  before we    were*  married  you used to bring me flowers nearly  every day.  Well, I can bring you flowers today,  for that matter, but if I do I'll have  to cut out that new asparagus.���������St.  Liouis Post-DIspatch.  ,>**' ���������  IV9M ur^ ((Qj\)\  _ ts  ^**mm m^ ammmmmm **B  Skin-Tortured  *������������������*">.  Ones  Mothers! Are your little ones  suffering from itching, burning-  eczemas, or other torturing,  disfiguring ������kin troubles? Are  you, yourself, worn out with"  Innf-*;, sleepless tiifrhts and ceaseless anxiety in caring for them ?  Then you should know that, in  most cases, a warm bath with  Cuticura Soap.  and a gentle npplicatton ol Cuticura Ointment bring immediate re  r   .i      *)r..������.������,.,. ii ..*.,.*.!��������� 4il.������/-v4-i   tirci  l|   HH>HHII������.".,.k.<-.������" 4   4 ,  "4  CHAPTER XXXIII  The Five Baskets  There was the usual roar from the  ring which began to die down as the  horses were seen fidgeting at the post.i  Then r, murmur arose from the spectators, and the dancing kaleldscope ol'  colors broke into a thin stream as the  field got away to a capital start. They  came r.long all in n cluster round the  bend of the course till, presently,  there was a hoarse shout from the oiy  lookeix and' the name of the Blenheim colt was on every lip. The  horse hung f������������r u moment tn* two coming up the strait, then seemed to re*  cover hlnisflf and moving along with  a beautifully free and easy stride,  caught the leaders ?a dozen lengths  from Come and slipped past the post  a winner by u short head,  What did 1 tell you? Ruffle chuckled. Wveli they can't blame me. I  was told by sir George to do the host  I could with the borne, and 1 carried  out my.instructIoiih to the letter- No,  sir, 1 didn't back him myself. 1 wasn't  quite sure. And it is possible Sir  George wouldn't have liked It. And  between you and ine, sir. I don't think  he'll be altogether pleased.  Fielden asked no questions, Whatever "���������usplelniiH Ruffle had he kept to  himself. Fielden glanced at his  watch und uuw that lt was now quur-  ter*pa*-.i two. He would be lu tlinu  to catch a train to town and join Phillips at the rendozvoub iii Covent Garden ut u quarter to three. He bur-  | rled away from the course Und caught  his train i>y Hhut-r ui'uii iuuk.  He wttBii't ot all eimy tn his mind,  either. Ilo wu������ inclined to agree  wub I'.tUlo MiiU llu'ic war, nunc ui.ui  met the eye lb thin affair, niul that .Sir  (it'orge Inn) little coiiHldcration for the  public vliei. he decided tn run the  e:*lt ut Mii-Hl Park. On the fnee of  It., It was k mad thing to do and the  fiifl thai the Iioi'ho lind Svon render-  ed Sir Gem go''' comliiet all (he more  Inexplicable-. There wiih Hoiiietlilng  KinlHt'-r, too, In the clone frleiul'-lilp  wl'leli had ^pruii'' up between I In re-  I <iaie   nun   ������ i,|iii',y.        /ii,n   a . i j j j j. ��������� .v    wan  The Canton-Macao railway. China,  has already been surveyed, and it is  probable -that construction -work will  be commenced in the near future.  Starting s.t Fati, across ths Sikiang  river from Canton, the line will run  almost due south through the districts of Shuutak. and:;Heung_han to  the .boundary of the Portuguese colony of Macao. This line will be  about seventy miles long and will  penetrate one of the richest districts  of south China.  New Perfection  Heating Plate  [|   has proved a great  convenience to all  users of the  _^J_**t_47 1_^^*iJ^_*>_-ir_Tf*  so -s*������^t������     assa ���������es*'������������_i~y^y������^*--���������*������*������*  ���������.._;_ _.��������� 9������m m muf   KM S.TI.VSM T-^>jK,n���������  '. m ��������� . _'l_  -._������*- ���������  Oil Cook-stove  Thjs year we arc selling  The New Perfection Broiler  The New Perfection Toaster    _  The New Perfection Griddle  each uesigned specially fer use en the  New  Pertection btove.  With these appWcet m-od the New Perfection jliu A������r steel  cTcn. ths Ne������r Perfection 1* juu as complete-and efficient a stove as  a rr������ul������r coal range.   Certainly, it is much cleaner ao-'cheaper.  Many people use lhe New Perfectkuj all the year round.  Ask to see this Stove at  your dealers. U is handsomely -luiheci. It has Ions  ens.nie.pk*, chzssscys. tur-  auoiie-falue. Also cabinet  }op, drop shelves, towel  racks, etc. Made with I.  2 or 3 burners. Free Cook-  Qokk  with  every" Stove.  *^      L ���������      ���������  VXIO^-dooic a������o Siven io  _nycee seswiss 5 tests to  cover mailioa cost.   '  M. ������.J_t_l    AAVJM.   >!���������������>,��������� r������XM  Xtf-V^jS-juk i.mx-% M.t   jk_aaaaa,v������������*AjA  l  1  f -.rl^fl H1 ������"'.i*  \m\       fea     ami      sb  *���������_���������*  ^x^i JSm. mjjQt  , ___������<������&��������� V&S7  iarvester un  ���������  \  a  1  11  Specially Prepared for use on  reapers, binders and threshers  A short cut oil possessing great durability. Admirably  adapted for use on alt farm mschlnery. It reduces friction and wear to the miniirtum and is not affected by  moisture er change of climate.  fretted iriothcr������ rent, ������!������ci pcm_c j mi   iimicrnpuioiii-   i,i,M:������Kii,>iii   !'U 1,1. r.  f-illt on di'-.trartcd houri^luiins. , knrv,     s,i.,     -.veil.        !%>:.,,i!ily    tbii;  LUl3 0nourowtuii.������   . i*ii������������wIi������Ik"  wim not    hIiuii.1    by    jt^lr  AHhmiRh f iitli-ur* Heap and Ointment nr"i  imi'i tiy iiiiiK't-'M'ti Mini ������1.'*������*';*������ <-'-'>'Ji ,.-''.'���������.?  unstal   to   ���������'(^ilUiif'K" ,0''l������t.   2S\.   lii,-i'.;i.  i^'MVrA'!������"l'>VinV'ou'" ri������������"*i*;ii4'<.'������,d' ������<������������������������''������'. "-''I  ���������  sssss  W.  IN.  U. MU**  j (icoi'-'e, but. nt  any  rule, lie nnd Cop-  I lev wire on Hie niont liitlnuiio lenuii  1 ��������� ..,!., ,1  I  f'lef     Hi:,I     I |;i idtlle'H    inolii'V    llllitlel'll  ivririe   in  ii   riilinui  ninle Slillei    men  iliuti Sir <'���������������'!!������*<��������� tiii'l yielded to temp'  ttttlon. ���������* ,  ��������� v ii ii   uu  vJiiiuiiiiu.il)  A Prisoner of St. Hilda  A romance of St. Kllda is the story  of Lady Grange. Wife of an eighteenth century Scottish Lord of Ses-  sl *n, she was for some mysterious  reason seized and carried off in the  dark, she knew not by whom, and  conveyed by night journeys to the  Highland coast and thence by sea to  Si. Kllda.  There among the few inhabitants  she remained for several years a prisoner, provided, however, with a constant supply of food and a woman to  wait upon her. No Inquiry was  made tor her, but at latit ahe conveyed  a lette. to a friend by the daughter  of a catechlfit, who hid lt In a clue of  yarn. A ship was sent to rescue her,  but her gaolors got wind of it and  transferred hor to the island of Herri or. where she died.���������London Chronicle.  I        rr.���������-     -1 - ���������r-ii.jnu.iTru         I"  *"  Mores Men Than Women In the World  Of recent, years the custom of making a systematic census of the population has become woll established  and It la now possible to gain a fairly  accurate Idea of conditions all the  world over.  Some of the figures now cited In  rogard lo thl������ matter arc Jntcrontlug.  The world's total population Is esti-  mnted at 1,700,000,000. out of which  tho proportion of the hoxoa is known  for 1,038,000.000, the ratio bolng 1,000  males to 000 fen-uilon. The ratio  varies' coiiBlderably In different,  plneen. In ISuropi* there were for  every 1.000 men, 1.027 women: Africa  1.045; America, 084; AhIii, (Ml: An.*;  n-a'b.   0*17-  .The maximum proportion of women  is found In Uganda, 1.4C.7; the minimum in tha Alaska, gold fleldfl nnd  the Malay States*, with ������ftl and ,180 re-  11 .netlvely.���������Chicago Tribune.  ' iinpollten-*"*   of   Curloalty  The gonno had been curved, nnd  everybody hnd tiutled It. It, wan ox-  ei'lli'i!**.       The  negro    minister,     wlio  WIIN   lhe   '.lli'hl.   <������f   lil'li'-ii    -Olilll   UOt    i\:  r.i.nii,   iilii ent.!*.U'.'.t.������.'.:i������.  I).,!' ,,., f,;, 1.* u w.r.a na I ev:������b si'.-  lllllitllllll  WlIlllllllH,  lie Hillll  to ill*-' ho:il.  VVhnr did  yon git nueh  11  One gooni-7  Well now, piimm, replied Hie eimer  i   .1 ..������. 11.11 l...v   rM'i'iil    lUi'iili.-  imd leili'i'i.iv, when y^n preach������*n a  tA 1,1 -. 111 ul Koi'd hin iiioii, 1 never ������M';*, yi.n  whiir yon got. it, I hoiuiB you will  hIiow  "tic  de    mi mo    eoi.HliieraU'jii. ���������  ���������w  - ^ ts _ra������r_i  4mlJmVM.*m**jm*  _   _"B__S������  mlTmm.mtmm.Jm.%^  |3-������*i^���������sq___.  CHILDHOOD DANGERS  No symptoms that indicate any of  the^ aliments of childhood . should be  allowed to pass without prompt attention. The, little ailment may  soon become a serious one'iand perhaps r. little life passes out. If  Baby's Own Tablets are kept in the  house minor troubles can be. promptly cured and'serlous ones averted. The  Tablets arc guaranteed absolutely-  safe and can be given to the newborn babe as well as the growing  child. Mrs. Arthur 'Drapeau, Mont  Carme., Que., says: "I can give Baby's  Own Tablets to my little one without  fear, well- knowing the beneficial results that will follow their use." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mall at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.    ������������������  ' ������  Difficult to Cure  A womnn consulted nn oculist  about her husband's eyesight, saying  she wanted a very Gtrong pair of  glasse* for him*.  I fenr I cannot recommend RlaHsef*  without first seeing your husband, the  oculist Bttid,  He won't come at any price waa  the reply.  Then tell me something about him.  Cnn he noo ohjnctR nt n. dlntance, or  doofl he cxporloneo difficulty when  reading? For Instance, could he nee  that pigeon which Is Hying up above  us?  Rather' the woman ��������� nnldi He'd  Hput a pigeon on t' wing quicker than  he'd hoo an noroplanp, enpoclally If  he'd got. a,hot on It, What. I \vant  ���������yer to ,curfe Is his fthort-alghlednean  when h_'H Bcekln' work. He's boon  look In' for, a job ten yonrs. and never  Hoen ono to Biilt his fastldlouB eyesight yet!  Hie infill.'it  iT'cn tlt-il tbat be couldn't deal with the case,  Is the best axle grease you can get for your tractors.  Bavea wear, saves powsr, saves fuel. Never rubs 'off.  NaVor. gurus.    ?,.':���������'.'  Capital Cylinder Oil. The very beBt oil for steam plants on  the farm. Lasts longer and gets more power from the  engine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes; cqsts  less in the end.  Atlantlo Red Engine Oil. A ?medium bodied oil, strongly  recommended for ��������� slow and medium npeed engines and  machinery.     Bases, the bearings and lightens the load.  Standard Gas Engine Oil gives the beat lubrication possible, alike in kerosene, gasoline and gaa engines. Keeps  Its body at high temperatures. Equally good for all external bearings.  Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine GaaoSme  Ask your dealers/or write to any Agency.  .  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE,     WINNIPEG  ThlB company acts ln the capacity of  TRUSTEE,     EXECUTOR,     ADMINISTRATOR  und we shall bo glad to forward copy of    our    Booklet    "Something  r.bout Trusts, Trustees and Trust Companies." on request.  MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATES  OF INTEREST <  A Quitter  Tho young man wanted an uridcr-  Btanding beforo ho proposed.  Can you wash dishes? ho asked.  Oh, yes, said tho girl. Can you  wipe .'em?  iio didn't Pi'opcne.  So your Shakespeare    Chib    In    a  great aucewss?  Yob. We     have     accumulator!  enough  flnoH  for    iioii-iitteiidiiiien    to  tako u * all Ho 11 nmllnee party.    , 5*   The man with u clear coiiHclenee  and pdtchos on hlu tpouserB gotn moro  out. of thlH vt*arUL-tuan tho man who  goes beyond his means to bo fashionable  mi    , m*K  sm   .. *���������%   ithvium wwt 1 mim  ���������jm   ���������mum*,mmm. m***  -s������h������,������������ V_!*221  'HEELS  Trowel sofllti -  <;Tir������������-������ c-HfsxUi  ���������%mx.mm  mmmm*  Mar Little Hint.  lie���������Does a woman when she's  married expect hor 'ii'.'bund to tt.ll  l.er IiIh huHiiiuftii alTnliB?  r'ne���������I   don'l    Kiiov.      ' ,:t,   n  i!*:i������.'e.ln 11 men tc Mil!', bui'lne:  le   Im   coui'Uuu   hoi*.---lloiu.oii  eript. /  Wlllllilll ,  a w!������.jr������  Trans-  Why They Want.  A* the biinday behool teacher' on-  terod bar class-room r.ho Baw loavlng  ln great haste a Uttlo girl and hor  still   smaller  brother.  Why, Mary, you aren't goin_Kaway?  she exclaimed in surprise.  Pleatlio Mitho Anno, wo'vo got to  Bo, wm-. {.hii rllctreMed repiv. .Ilniniy  ���������th thwallowed hlth collection.���������Lip*  plncotlB. ������      ,--- ���������-  Then He Drew a Cheque ,  Editor's wife-���������Hqw do you llko my  now dross?     Isn't It a poem? *  Ed!tot���������No;   I  don't  ������-uvo   to  pay  for poetry.  m  ,11 wi_  In a predicament it sometimes hap*  pens that 11 woman'-* Intuition I*  worth, more than tho reasoning of a  liu/.eii   1111,11.  -'  1  I    NM  \tmHn %a m** ityEiDui u-**>������,������-w  Enbody ihe patented foatures  I        of Ctxis Pav. HeeU.     ,������������  j  Tlnu   Year.  \1 ���������i,("'...~ ���������T'liT'AUiAf.'n    i,������,,v       \\i.t      t.i       o  beauty.    I  wonder what, milliner do-  MII'IUJIJ     !l ���������>  lUmtrlx���������Milliner, iinleedt     Bho had  It   done   by  a  litiulscupe  gardonor.���������  n*ii*pei*'.t   T*'u,'aftr.  iotironH^INBTL ,  WAM*.    Krt.nl    \mn        ll.imi  Virilivlyi^-iV 1  ss|)iriis.    Uoulilc iiichuI limsl.���������noA/tr tsrii-SL  ^(,li������i   nfffr pelt nm rif',r,l,'r  i-iiArinf^il SBk  .:>s-tri������������i'n.,������  I r������n, n<i hn'.ir '..'> u;c.    I".  "kclii'l"!   ililivrry.     Scmj   lor  CiruuUr.  liS^Acrnu .vsnlijil.  JSPua urttOAtTy co.. wihwu-bkLi  IS  aaaam  tn iuu^4iiiwu_;i:iui��������� i*ui_ui)UW,a^  mm IV  SUMMER SORES  Insect bites and stings, blistered  feet and sunburn! These three things  ���������or any one of them, may spoil some  ���������days of your vacation, or tuu.ke your  work a bore! Zam-Buk is the remedy you need! It/takes the "burn"  out of these red, indamed patches  where the sun has got home'on you;  ��������� _       ^_. ..       f_ _ _      _..   .__..4a���������       Ullmr. r. .. A li  lt eases  pact  iiiubijuhu  _n.c������, a*aaM    .-.  .soothes and heals blistered feet and  hands.  In the hot weather young babies  -suffer* greatly from heat spots and  ���������chafed  places.  Here,  again, Zam-Buk  ������*. ���������..       -_, .^,        1.* .. A��������� **4-        .-.��������� art" A/l/"...  Will    KJVe     &UJ1O0U    lUDiaUi     ������a������������~-      ~~  thers should always keep Zam-Buk  handy, and should use Zam-Buk Soap  for baby's bath.  For cuts, burns ������nd more serious  -skin diseases, such as eczema, blood-  poisoning, etc., and for piles, Zam-  Buk is absolutely without an equal.  _a.11 druggists and stores 50c box or  JSaro-Buk Co., Toronto.  Varieties of Far.-r. Crops Compared  According to tests o. many of the  best varieties of farm crops, carried  o.i at the Central and Branch Farms  of the Dominion Experimental Farms  system, .some sorts of each class are  -much superior to others that by some  .are considered good. As a gUide to  "the crop growers ot Canada as 'to  -which varieties are most valuable,  -Bulletin No. 7? of the Central Experimental Farm has been prepared for  -distribution This bulietin gives se-  lecte'd lists of the best varieties for  ^each province or district, the lists being based on the accumulated experience of past years. Among the  newer varieties of merit:, Marquis  wheat, Manchurlan barley and Arthur pen. are especially mentioned.  *phis ��������� ntWin of 74 pages deals not  ���������only wiua varieties of grain crops, but  with those of fodder crops and pota-  Daddy s Bedtime  Story  The Story  /  Of Gay Little  ^ttFrzwsz  /-*     . <���������"���������*  <S- I������������A������I  Mrs. Catbird Caught  _!"������ Gr<* othaonar.  - ���������*" *      -  ������% HE children ruddied down to bpar the story ot Grasshopper Green  wtilcu daddy nad i>ro"*u**������l to ten them.  ,*.l(-ck 'aud ttvelyu anew grasshoppers well. ,ln the summer they  were among tne ni'jf-t'frequent visitors to the garden.'  ������������������grasshopper Green negiio ois ate aown ih tne ground," daddy 'said.  "Early one summer he crawled out or titi*. _������>r_ __i_ m ������yj3je*i nls mother had  left ihe egg from wblcu ftf������ e_me and Hopped to the first still's* of grass be saw.  "It wusn'f a Dit too soon, for a sharp eyed rbblD waa w-m'l'ing tbe hole  and would have wti!><Kvii mui* up to the nest and fed him to on* oi Sifc* biiagry  nestlings   Tiiut Is .what liiiu Happened to every cue of the little brothers and  nilw ^i H-E'i^i.a *i rasii  ��������� ia������II     VZHtAUVUlfiM    A  VJl*  NURSING MOTHERS  Aching   Backs aad Tired Limbs  Need Not Be Ensured  Aching backs, tired limbs, attacks  of taintj-GSB, headaches and cack-  aches, need not be a part of woman's  life. There are times when " her  blood needs special attention, and  these times are indicated by one or  more of the above symptoms. It is  at such times tbat Dr, Williams' Pink  Pills are worth their weight in gold  to women, for they actually make the  rich, red health-giving blood which  makes weak, tired, despondent wo-  men, active and strong, and * feeling  equal to all their household duties.  Such a sufferer was Mrs. William Sullivan, Main River, N.B., who saytf: "I  RlHteris who ha *J fome out ot the hole he tore 'JruNHtiopper Green.    The reason  Mr. Kobin iisl������Hed (jritssiiopper <jreen whs oeeuuse lie happened lust then to Lam writing to acknowledge the great  ������py n tat <'������t**rpinar which  would  iiia-Ke a  nuieli more appetizing meal.    So*   &9������<! I received through Dr? Williams'  "You'd bent tie ctuvful, young sir,' warned .Mrs. Cricket, who was biding  near by.   'Hop under here or tha! robin win have yon nest.  "The Htii������? reik.w s-tiiyed under ibe .ear until ftir. Koom went elsewhere.  Then tie SKippcd out niid'imirte oft as rast as lie eomd.  - "Ah yet he bad oo wings and could only hop about. Id a short time, bow-  ever, be imd grown wq much that nls stun split and through the dole In tils  baek eoiiiu he seen the little green wid^h \vm<*_ would now heip hfm to get  out of lhe Way i>r the Hungry tiirda tbat are loolcmg for nice rat insects.  "When *irji*4Ktio|>ppr Green hud wriggled his way out or tbe stsin and  stood fiintiing tils wiiiks in the i"unshine. ne'found out something odd. By  rubbing tbe ngnr wing over the left one he could make what seemed to him  vory wiri'.^iittiu ijiit^U*. l.'.as she iccwst aaa tue crlcke-is. am cousins. Be carried a virion on ins oaek  - "So pleaded wjis lie that tie no*? sat snnee-**n������ieetng awav. forgetting to  beep ������u eye open tor enemies, ln the busUes Deslde aim a catbird had her  ue*-t.  "'What's that?' Mrs. Catbird exclaimed as she propped ber head on one  side.  ���������"Pounds  like  a   grasshopper,'  she  rhnekled.    Then,   very. quietly,  she  -**���������_!.-<_1-       ll*.  K^Vt-t,*   *_       mr-%  XJf_  it_   Acu  vy    applying    to    the'  Branch,  Department of  Ottawa, Can.  jriiOiieacious  Agriculture,  1,4*1,41     4,4,t    J-.*-     f l,U     14.4.41,4.(3 'I'fAOPAA    ������3-������ fr     Xtt m       X I ... __A*..������.��������� am    4-_������*__..     *.**    +*.*.  v,   a  g^cJi^S  OIaaa.-. c*l.������V.,-}^4 0VC.4V   Hi   _ti*   iiiiim.   A'4>.J������i������.  "With a bound Mrs. Catbird  Dad  im* grasshopper.  "*Se tas������t������s ������ gott'j deai better Usas ue tiouads,' i&r&. Catbird remarketl ������i_  oue topped uaek iuio ner Dusu." - *  !iVi!*.ar"d's  Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  MOST PRIMITIVE  MEN  In the Giddy Whirl  Into the little village of Wuzzle-  ���������vale there came a circus with brazen  _and, gaudy' posters, mammoth elephants, superlative clowns and fiery  untamed lions.  The boys of tha place were mad  with excitement and the young son  of a notoriously close-fisted old farmer rusted up to his father and eagerly  *>or,A,_qtp������l  t/h-\ nrlno V������f a  tlelrot to V'eV"  the show.  What, demanded the old skinflint,'  waste good money to see a circus?  Yes? father, came the meek and  roiid reply  Young man, answered the oldster  sadly, it was only last month that I  let you go to the top of the hill to see  the eclipse of the sun. My lad. do  you want all your life to be one wicked round of gayety?���������Life.  Nights of Agony come In the train  of asthia_,. The victim cannot lie  down and sleep is driven from his  brain. What grateful relief is the  immediate effect of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. It banishes  the frightful conditions, clears the  passages, and enables the afflicted  one to again sleep as soundly and  restfully as a child. Insist on the  genuine at your nearby druggist-  Hard Business  An advertising man of Cleveland  ���������was going home one night in a street  ���������car. It was. late, and the man who  sat nert to him began to talk. .-',  What, business are you In? be  asked. ���������;���������''; til- ?--::'Y  ;:  Thq advertising business-  Is that so- ���������"'���������' I used to be in the  advertising business myself. - Quit  It, though, arid went into the rag-ahd-  old-bottle business; got a horse and  dean up my sixty every month.  .There seemed to be nothing for the  Advertising man to say, so he said it.  Yes, continued .the talkative man.  I was In the advertising business-���������I  was a sandwich man for a clothing  ���������Store ior six months! Say, and he  , leaned ;oVor confidentially, ain't it  hard work when the wind blows?���������  Saturday Evening Post.  mm*****m ��������������������������������� M *m,^m^*������^m sin i��������� mi  Did you hear what happened at  Bagley'a today?  No,       What   was   it?  He took down an old pistol he had  About the house for years, and play-  ���������fully snapped tho trigger at his wlfo,  thinking It wasn't loaded      **  Good heavens!  Woll, it wasn't  An Inferior Wandering Race Found in  Sumatra  a people witnout any form of religion, without superstition, devoid of any  thought of the future state, has been  found iu the interior forests of Sumatra, according to Dr. Wilhelm Val-  ez, the geologist of the University'of  Breslau, who "has made extensive  journeys through the island. There  he found the Kubus, as he named  them, who are scarcely to be distinguished from the small manlike  ape of the Indo-Malayan countries.  They are wanderers through the for-"  est, seeking foqd- They have no  property. They are not hunters, but  simply collectors. They seek merely sufficient nuts, fruits and ojther edible growths to keep them alive.  The Kubus wage very little warfare upon the small amount of animal  life in their silent and somber land.  The only notion he could get from  them, of a difference between a live  and a dead person was that the dead  do not breathe. He infers that they  are immeasurably inferior to the  paleolithic man of Europe, who fashioned tools and hunted big game  with his flint-tipped arrow and knife.  Intellectual atrophy is the result of  the Kubu^* environment. The words  they know are almost as few as the  ideas they try to express  pbia Record.  The Only Way  An elder while baptizing - converts  at a revival advanced with a wiry,  sharD-eyed old chap into ths water.  He asked the usual question, whether  there was any reason why'the ordinance of baptism should not be administered.  After a pause, a tall, powerful-looking man who was looking quietly on  remarked: I don't want* to interfere  in yer business, but I want to say that  this Is an old sinner you jaSvs goi.  hold of, and that one dip won't do him  any good; you'll have to anchor him  out in deep water over night.  Pink Pills. After my baby was born  last summer I was so run down that  life was really a burden. I had to  drag myself about to do my housework, and every moment was one of  trial. If I went upstairs I would be  breathless and tired out, and my  heart would palpitate Violently, and  would have a feeling as though I was  smothering.' My appetite was poer,  and my baby was" suffering from my  weakness. I was advised to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills and got six  boxes, and before they w������-_e all quite  used I was like a different woman.  My appetite returned; I regained rsy  strength, and the work about the  house no longer bothered me. As  the result of my experience I would  strongly urge all weak women and  nursing mothers to use X>r? "Williams'  Pink Pills.  There' Is no voman, no rpatter what  her station in life, who will not enjoy  better health if she occasionally fortifies her blood through the use of Dr.  Williams" fink Piiis. ' Ths Fills are  sold by-all medicine dealers or may  be had tyy^mail at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,  ' Bombay's Animal  Hospital  In. far off Bombay is probably'the  largest and most elaborate hospital j  ;for animals in tbe world. It has  both its inpatients and its outpatients  and it ministers to , animals of all  kinds as carefully as human beings  are administered to in the hospitals  of the West.  Over 2.000 animals are taken* into  the hospital each .year, and well on  to 1,000 are treated as outpatients.  In all there are some forty buildings,  large a.nd small, connected with the  hospital, and tbe architectural structure and the appointments of some  of them are indeed' superior to those  of many of our regular hospitals.  This splendid hospital for animals  w������3 founded hv 2. nstive Indian a  Parsee merchant, Sir Dinshaw Man-  ockjee Petit.  Not only domestic animals ��������� of  every kind are treated and cared for  in It hut the animals of the jungle  and the wild birds which are found  woundbd or suffering from any cause  are  taken to  it and  nursed back to  B   ,* mjim. _a������-_. -,-������a*ia_44_ __.*__   Jtr_ em ������r-������  -a���������P**"?  ft.  s _3_v,__.i*s������_^^? __;-*-_; _-?������_7������_*_������_������_ a  S CANNOT BE CUKED I  WITH DRUGS  DOCTORS'. BILLS ARE EX-  peni-Jive. ' The 'constant use  or       drugs        ia    expensive, a  8- and Hkewls&'unnecessary. r-JatuJio'^ ������  the only relisbl*. doctor.., Get^e-pse to a   -   .-_;.  m Nature   and   b6 "jour  own  physician. I  '���������,.������  I It is not ha������d  to 'do, not difficult to I ��������� ^aH  <!.Si  health and |hen    set    free    again.  Every Living Creature.  learn.    Nu.lure'3     la.v.-=     are- ' simple- _  rv ������1-0--.     VJJC     xkxx;     anxxito    *\^r������w  /^v*.     ������������������_,������������������   -*   ���������   t  run for the doctor or drug1 store or the I  naltrtt ixiedii-ine. botti-j _'oa simply g  put on more JtutSl. So when disease |.~  or sickness attacks the body of,, yourself or any membei", of your tapauy.  go to Nature's vast storehouse or vi-"  tallty and draw therefrom the revitalizing forces which banish, .disease  and make  yoii "well.    " ������������������   -     '       n<^  oena Tor uur txee  Book and Eniov  .Good Health Without Doctors or  Medicines  Wanted to Make Sure  Frederick Townsend   Martin,  apropos  of the  extravagance of the  idle  rich,  said at a dinner:  I hear of a'case ih pdlrit. The  wife of,an overworked promoter said  at breakfast: %  '  Will you post this letter for me,  dear? It's to the furrier, countermanding fey order for that S900 sable  and ermine stole.     You'll be sure to  jrC UIO AAA 14<C A '  Th** tir������3d eyes of the harassed hap-^  py promoter lit up    with ' joy.        He  seized a skipping rope that lay with  s. -heap of- dolls and toys in a corner,  and, going to his wife, said:  Ijlere, tie my right hand to 'my  left foot, so I won't forget.  Break the bonds of  superstition and  fear which bind  you. Be master of  your own health and  the health of your  family. This book j  points out the way. -  If you are sick, you  know It bettev than , anybody.. else.  and you know where you are sick.  You don't want drugs, you don't war.t  to be -coped and enervates/by liseless  drugging-. Write for our free book  today. r'peclfy book No. 19. "We  pay   the   postage. '' "  >>���������  DR. IL SANCHE & CO.  364  West St:   Catherine ' SW  Montreal, Canada  ,'i.J  guys  Good Hearted  First   Boy-vDese  motor  car  never give a feller a ride.  Second Boy���������Oh, some of 'em do���������  if dey run over yer.���������Life.  _t9-Kllo/l_1.  CORD OF POTATOES  Novel Feature of   the    international  - Dry-Farmed Produfcte Exposition  One of the most hovel features ever  shown at a fair or exposition will he  the display made by the united commercial clubs of Stevens County,  Washington, at the Dry-Farmed Products Exposition next October, when  a pile of mammoth potatoes, perfect  in size and enormous in dimensions  and weight, will be shown In th*������ form  of a cord. It is already planned to  bring to Lethbridge sufficient of those  spuds to stack as a farmer stacks a  cord of wood, and an ingenious method has. been devised to keep them ln  such* shape as to cause people to  wonder.  MOWS  TH1ST  W������i offer Ono Hundred Dollars T.mwmra  C*r ������,qv  <ra_e of Cit=rrl: ihac ci-_r.������������ _-  cure;*   hy   Kail's   CiSsurrh   cW^  F. J. CHBNBSr & CO.. Tatefe. O.  _.We. ihe undersigned have known _". jt  *-,_!*���������*" _i*~ the last 35 years. *nd beiiev*  toim nerfecttsr hcnorabla in all business  u-nnaactlons. and financially able te carry  *- -,,    WholeBtrde Drucreiota.  T_l_������l*. o.  nail'a Catarrn Cure is taken internally.  actlnsr directly upon the blood and xnue-  K*ntah'r!)er*urffi"   ^   W **l������-    S*'������  ..%*���������  ���������k*,iff*������  *"������nibrv ������lta tor Constf.  He  Knew a    Verse  Frederick wa& only i, and had just  returned to his home in Alabama  after a visit to relatives in Missouri.  Within a week or two he went to  Sunday school for the first time. The  previous Sunday the teacher had told  the little ones to come prepared to  speak a little verse from the bible  or their  Sunday  school   paper.  When it came Frederick's turn, sho  said. Frederick, this being our first  Sunday, I presume you haven't a  verse." ,  Frederick, -with a great deal of confidence,' replied. Yes, ma'am, I have.  Very well, let us have it.  At which Frederick chirped up  blithely: ,  You gotta quit kickin' my dawg  aroun'.  Unimportant  Marion (just from tho telephone)���������  He wanted to know if we would go to  the theatre with him, and I said we  would.  Madelin������3���������Who was  speaking?  Marion--Oh, gracious! IYforgot to  ask.���������Judge. *  Botany v. M6rcttly  The  sick  and ailing will find a, jsur������  restoration  fo health nnd Y*gor"In" , -rmn  The   Edectine Botanic Treatment. ?:H  The weak, nervous and debilitated ar������  made strong and robust by Botanio  Txea.A_1.311i. oKin ana ojoou diseases,  syphilis, lost vitality, emissions "and "gen-  ito-urinary     complaints,      chronic  ^ an_,  ^OISl11-!' OV ^S^     *"Hc**'.i*A>oe,*������--*������     <*f * m*\Aym     ^y**,/*!     Sj**/*i,r*A f*T*  vield \o~ Botanic "Treatment when ail  Other means have failed. _Our preparations were given, the gold-.medal sa Jiigh-  est award at the International Exhlbi-  tlons in Brussels, 1909, London 19X0, P^ria  1911. Consultation free, personal *or by  letter.       Open   10���������8.30.  The Eclectine Botanic. RemedvrCo.  A new raiway line is being built  between Rome and Naples, which will  .shorten the present distance of 155  miles by about twenty-four miles. This",  road will run underground from the-f  outskirts of Naples to the centre of  that city, and a number of underground passenger stations will be  built.  The Feminine Mind  They lived ia a little town adjacent  io Pittsburg-     Hubby was trying to  for-  spring  WOMEN AND PROFESSIONS  in  Truly Bald.  An heiress ln Detroft has called oft'  her engagement to an Englishman.  It looks as If tho unfortunate man  will bo forced to earn his own living.  Milwaukee Sentinel.  The  Old   School      *  The "old fore de war' darky had asked a young attorney to write him a  letter on his typewriter.  And is that all yoii want* to say,  Itastus? queried the man of law at  the close of the epistle.  Yes, sah, 'ceptln' you might say  'Please 'sense pooh spollln' an, bad  pen.'���������Woman's Homo.  COMPLETELY CUREU  OF DYSPEPSIA  f   TBy Na-Dru-Co dyspepsia Tablets  Wo are continually hearing froju  g-rateftil people who have had experi-  <tuccfl like that of Miss Alice U. Cooper,  of Niagara I'Mlr., Ont., who write*:  "I wish to exprens my gratitude to  you for the benefit 1 received from your  most wonderful Dyapepftfa Tablet*.  Having taken other medicines without  Jinvltfi-jj recHv**d the ������������������Hghtc.it rHIrf, I  heard of your Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia,,  Tableta. and thought I would give them  ������ trial, I have been completely cured  of dyopepaia. I will be only too pleased  to advii������< any onetroubled with dyspepsia  ���������Jo fr\vr> ihrtu ������ fi*lr trlnl."  Na-Iii li-Co Dyiipc-jjuiuTublcta ilCjt only  give the Immediate relief Trom heartburn, flatulence, acidity of the Htotnach  and bilioumiesH, which in bo much needed,  but if taken ret-ularly for u few 'days or  weeks they coinplefely cure the most  4*KA,1*AV.A11.1A        A.A*>t;������       4^4     4.1,/IMUl.ll      LlMUI'U:.  "Whmn #Yn*  iiv   wnii   <���������������������,   frm������   *   }\s\<r frn������.,  voiircbuggiiit," w'hv ao o^i('i^Jpc>'",K���������,  National J>rug una Chemical Co. of  Canada, Limited, Montreml. 144  in Shadow of Yale.  Our lamp inspootor, C. Piatt, is.somo  sign painter too. Charley sponds  Homo of his spare tlmo puintlng signs  for tho corner lamp posts around  town and he does good work with  tlio brush. Also ho oavca tlio town  some monoy in this wny too.���������New  Havon Register.  .  , **.-,������������������< ��������� -- ������������������"'���������'  A Now Joraoy man has heon fined  for permitting tho brooding of moB-  uuitooB upon his land. Knowing what  wo all know about tho disoaso-sproad-  lng powers ot thoso insocts, it would  scum that such action might be  brought In any community. If ono  is liable to suffor piinishmont for placing obstacles upon a pavement, why  Rhnnid bo uot bo punished becuueo  luulurla bus hiioii (.(iutriliutcd by mosquitoes brod upon his hind.  Lord Haldane Discusses Question  Evidence Before Commlsaibn  It is not often that a government  report contajns matter especiallly of  interest to women; but'! the'������������������Views of  Lord Haldane on the much discussed  topic as to whether they should he  excluded from the "professions*' given in cvlderce before the royal commission on the civil service, will be  read with Interest by all women who  ^v,e to depend upon themselves for  their living. Though the Inquiry  waB supposed to touch the civil ser-"  vice only, the war minister was very  emphatic In expressing Wb opinion on  the subject generally. He said his  belief was that the exclusion of women, from a'" great ^any professions  at the present time was the result of  superstition, and-very little else. He  believed there was a great many professions in wh Ich women were not  only qualified to do tho wo**Ic, but  where they could be of the greatest  possible use. , ������������������       '  Thoro wore certainly a great many  positions In tho civil service which  women could fill quite as woll as men.  and which thoy did not fill at tho  pr.sont time���������higher division posts  as well as others.  ..���������Lor_������I?ilWan_ Wft8 questioned by  Miss Kaldano he to whethor ho con-  sldcrod that post qualified for by a  higher oducation, whatever was the  case with regard to lowor posts should  rooolvo equal pay in the case of women and men. Ho roplied that ho  had previously said that upon that  question ho had found It difficult to  nuiku up hit* mind.  It might bo Bald that thoy must pay  a man. not what heNwas worth, not  tho cost of producing him, but a living wage, because he was tho breadwinner for bin -wife and family, and  thoy ought to encourage him to havo  a wlfo and family, In tho Intorosts of.  tho state, and thoro fore ho must bo  paid aomothhig extra for bolng a olr-  J:'.r>n.  get that she wanted   a   new  suit.  Now, said he, the town committee  is offer'ng a prize for the prettiest  lawn.  What Is that to me?  Why don't you enter the contest?  You know I haven't bad r. lawn in  five years. I haven't even a gingham that is fit to wear.  Moral���������You can't" take their minds  off the subject of dress.���������Pittsburg  Post. -....'.; - -  263-265   Yonge   Street,   Toronto.  n  DR. ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST.^ PRI-  vate diseases and ' ���������drink'? tidbit.  Write  81  Queen East,  Toronto.  Y ; Enemies Now*:?  First Soubretter~-Mr.De Joshly said  my facia was a, poem!    '���������'."  Second,   Spubrette-rYes?    Perhaps  be could tell by the lines?  Two of a Kind  Mrs. Youngbride���������My hdsband is  very determined.; he never gives up?  Mrs. ' Kloseflst (sadly)���������-Neither-  does mine.���������-Boston Transcript, v;  A Massachusetts woman has patented a wire gai-zc coyer for bird cages  to protect tlielr occupants from cats  and insects.- '  Minard's Liniment Cur������*s Distemper.  Looking Out for Number One  QtrA?A-������_.*r        tSoJ-l       l-������A_iT.        nrl���������4M        *.**w������.C       Jl I *-  ~J ***���������������_j, ���������.^.v.        uv.^.���������.       Q..C.4        0VJAAAX7       UIO-  carded millinery with which to amuse  herself. She trimmed a marvelous  looking hat, aud so arranged it that  a longs red ostrich plume hung  straight down from the front of the  brim, over her baby face.  Come here, Sydney, said her mother.    ��������� Let me tack that feather baek.  Oaaa.   Oa   jTiiur    ejep.  Oh, no, mother! I want'it-that  way, so I can see it myself. Most always only other people can see the  feathers on my hats.���������Judge's Library. ���������   , '  YOU   WESTERN   MERCHANT  should carry a' stock < of tbe Wonder  Fly Killer, a little device of seamless  metal,  unleakable,  and ' tbe * sure, ex* ���������  terminator of every klad'bf������'*8y* and  mosquito.      Retails at 15c. ,   General  agent,'  Joseph   R.   Wilson-,-* *"_04  ������_tair^  Building,  Toronto, or    Nicholson    &'  Bain in Alberta*, and Escott &,Harmer.  for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles that are easily portable  and sold for a very small sum, Dr.  Thowas' Electric Oil possesses more  power in concentrated form than one  hundred times the quantity of many  unguents. Its cheapness and the  varied uses to which it can be >put  .make it the,.,poor man's friend. hKo  dealer's/stock is complete without) It.  ,..-���������'; -ii.-V?"--'; j' P.9l|y-;-jf^ni P.|-*?W?yC -.;'- ���������- . '    :���������' ������������������'���������'  l: Borothyr^Mother, --wheu' i get married,"Ishall I   have   ai??husband   like  papa?'-??^^*,"? tititi'ti--:-titi[.titi:-tiyy   .  " 'ti-  Mother���������Certainly, my dear.       I  .',. Dorothy���������And If I; stay single shall  I be ah old maid like Aunt Anna?]  Dorothy (with a deep sigh)��������� Keli,  I am In a fix.���������Boston Transcrlpt.i  ���������1  .1  Wssen Your Eyes, lieeCOart  TrjMurbaeEye Remedy. 'No &mmrttTi#iZ&etilm  Fine-jActa Quickly. Try is for -Red, We*i^  "irrateA-y S.yes,sndjQ7aaui������ted jSTrel'd-.-^IUiie-  A ���������    X.J,     T3,������.__     A_     .      n..\.-~~.^r       ������������vh_ll_     A              4W    ,5.^,.*    AAvatogv,         ^    ���������  AAB11UO  wmpumiaeii uj oar i^onusw���������not a "x-aten*. mumtm  .  loine"���������but, uB������JJn;snccesaf_l !������Ji-*sicissa.-^ss^ -  Has ror sssstf-'reis.Te".   _Tow ilediostiis to*b^>a_������  jlo^and sold bjr Dra^Kiats at K6o and fiOojier BfitO^,  ���������aurjua Sj������ D������AT������-m Aaepwa xabask, aon hiua  ffiur5n������ Ey������ fSsmsdy Cc^ "CKIessso  (IV  ittimTmmwmmiWNim  WATERPROOF COLLARS  ���������������������������-.. .j.'X? l"l*   Or- -.'.��������� f'c.i-'.T.ua'i-'.ipJ  .<!> ;ti ...--.  ,n ' .i "-ii t* f* ii ,cj ii. j a y ��������� ������������������.; ..-..,4 j. ���������, r 7   ~ ���������  -  ���������-,-*- vti' ��������� At-- '.i-'-i-v: 'titi'i ���������/*-���������. ti". * .;������������������' -ii' ���������������������������. ]���������'  Yl^"_ji-M.t^'-jjY.'ii"-!>.te'?^  mwsftro nj^Dn^o^p^eaiKiilAiySL Ul ti  58 -Htiier Air .Toronto; O'lUuKn'���������"���������"���������'  I   . i-vi  ^ii.^J-iA^rM,-.^.  ___*���������'''   ?-|  mi AND HMITH TO HOTM WB CHILI. .  . M_B.'wij������������_aV������aoortt������*a;*������ir**.o������ '-_b_e������ - b*������e',  oacd for ������**������������     ~ ~  MOTHEK8  THUTM     -  vCCTaaju^i  UK WilAA,!/,   t>UJ.< J, UHS������ >ns \\m%lmm)mm  ALLAYS all I< JVIK tCDRBB .WINO^OWC. ������������������������   I  to th* beat r������n������dy for LUARRHCHA.  H������������������������������*-     .  ���������olntely barmleaa. De ������ur������ and aak for vMnrw  Wln������l-W������ B**Mott ���������Jjrwn*.". An* talM M <**������&  ki������d. Tft^at-AvflWeedtavV^b-^"���������+>"-.   .^J  Thoro'a no definition of .'can't' In  tho loxloon of flolf-confldoncc!  That first drunk is a fluid Institution dovlsod to fool tho foxy.  Mako a little lx>l. with yourself that  'you'll boat tho gamo hy boliavlng���������  and watch your bundle grow.  The monoplane la not co much in  favor In Franco as formorly. The  War Oilio'j hart, 11 cable ronort statos,  forbidden lf.������ iifi.i hy military pupils  ln aviation, declaring tho blplnnf to  bo preferable on account of Its super-  ilm   ntiLuiitt-y.  Tl������������.* tiiiuhl., v.ltli oainc.of us !a that  wo pack up our doll rags on altogether too slight provocation.  Rare  Ilrowh voliinteorod to lond mo  monoy.  Did you lake It? ���������'  No. That sort of frlondolilp Is-too  good to Ioro.���������Dotrolt Free Prcon.  "��������� ���������������' ���������-.. ~-.^-  That** Different  It's dincouraglng to go hunting day  ���������mi-r nay muu-uoc get anytiiini;.  Not to tho hunter with n-nl sporting blood in him; bo domiu't. euro  whothi'r tin goiH anything or* not.  But I'm hunting for work.  r������.,A    T  . ������<k-   k.,iny������<i  . ..       ..... 1 A       ,  AA.r.illCal       ������i,1C������AAA������.  Yen, and nomo fine day you'll  of a mlssprlnt.���������London Opinion.  die  .No   Medipine ao   Berienolal   to   Bialn  .and'jNerves.'  Lying awake nights makes It hard  to keep awako and do things in day  time. To tftko "tonics and" stimulants" under such circumstances ts  llko sotting tlio hotiao on flro tc see  It.you can put It out.  The , right kind of food promotes  refreshing Bloop at night and a wide  awake   Individual   during  the  day.  A lady changed from her old way of  eating, to Grape-Nuts, and says:  "For about throe years I had boon  a great BUfforer from indigestion. After trying soveral kinds of medicine,  tho doctor would ask mo to drop off  potatoou, thou moat, and so on, but  in u fow days that craving, giia\ylng  fooling would start up, and I would  vomit everything I ato and drunk.  "Whon I st;ar|ted on Grape-Nuts,  vomiting stopped,, and tho bloated  fooling which was no distressing dla-  appoarod entirely.  "My mothor was vory much bothered with diarrhea boforo commencing  tho Grapo-Nnts, bocauso hor stomach  rtUM ou wcuk biiu cuuiii nui.uiBu.-ji, nor  food.  Since iiBlnfr flrapo-Nuts food /ho is  woll, and says 0)10 don't think she  could do without It..  "It is a ��������� tfroat bra in restorer and  horvo builder, for 1 can sloop as sound  and undisturbed after a ouppor of  Grapo-NutH lis In tlio old days whon  I could not roallzo what thoy moant  by a "bad stomach." Thoro Is no mo-  iiH'iiin ho iiiumiH'iiii ������������������������ ii"rv������)<' <t!id  brain a������ a good night's sloop, Hiieh as  you can uiijoy aflwr eiithiM <;iu|)(i-  Nuts." Niimo glvnn by Canadian  PoHtnm  ('in., W.'.'hIhoi*.  Out.  Look In pkgs. for tho famous I'ttlo  i/uuiv.       all-   IawiIU    in    v, <;ii > ill.*  naw ono up|)e������irt4, I'lom iirno to time.  They are fj-nulne, true, and full of  human Interest.  Something New  Running for office, I see.  "Yep. j  ���������  Forced Into it by your friends, eh?  '���������' Nope, t '     '       -.- ;  Answered the party call then? \  Nix. I'm after the, office solely for  the Balary attached and if I'm elected  I'll  try to  get  all  my  relatlona  \00i. -��������� ���������'���������''���������������������������rir*,Waa^'������'*^^  .. Well, on tho frankness of that state*  ment I propose to vote for you.     '  A Lesson In Efficiency,,..  In the Iron Age is printed an lac-  count of an experiment made last  year Jn a New. England mill tojvh.  The ownors madd it a condltlbn? of  contln.f-d employmfin that all workers not speaking English should loam  the language, A night school was  opened In tho works and concessions  wore made in tho working time of  those who attonded lt. The mill  owners further enlisted the co-operation of tho local clergy 1 Jn charge of  churchon whoro foreignorn attended  and arranged that at. least one yiir-  vlco each Sunday should bo conducted in English. As a rosult thore has  boon a saving of l.l por cent. In all  (lopartulents duo to tho opnratlvos'  bettor understanding of instructions  from forcmoiii tho morale of tho  working force has improved, and labor disputoH have boon Ht'ttlod without Ohm hostility'nf ntiv nort:  'Wn&rZf'' H\a ''Exampla^^^a^J,  Teache^--���������Bobby., give ma in example of the yrprd "dai^peT.v... ,.,,>;--.      .'������������������)���������  Bobby (after a nidment's thought���������- i  Paw says maw Is too datnper-tlcular  about his foot bolns: wiped.  Official Business  Missionary���������*Wh;y  do  you   look  at  me bo Intently. , ,   , , 1  Cannibal*--^! am *'thd food Inspootor.,  ,.' ���������?,���������*.:*>" T T." PT, 1 r-, :,/,'..'        'i  Tho American Medical Association  is to make'ia study uf methods -of re- :  suscltatlon from oloctvlc slacks.'Many. (  eminent physlolann and electrical on-'  glnoors, are to-co-operato In the ln-'  vestlgatlon. which it Is hoped will'  have  Important practical  rosults.  The Only Impediment  Hock���������Io It true that your wife ban  an Impediment in her 1 speech? , ���������  Pock���������Yos, sho. gets sleepy about  II o'clock and bogirin to "yawn-."���������-Boa-  ton Trnnno^lpt.  Comparing Dumps  Tho lady wan talking to tho professional chauffeur.  Did you ovor run ovor a dog? sho  asked.   - *  Yi-suin, ho  uuHwerod,  choorfully.  Goodness!  Wasn't lt awful?  It. euro was, ma'am.  Did  you over hit a'cow?  Tw������f.������it  H'mIi And���������or���������did      you    ever  airiko a Im man bolng?  Moaning a    man?    Yr-nnum oncat  Hnavoim!      Didn't you  faint?  No'm���������I i.tuck lo my wheel.  But how did von feel?      What wa������  I it, llko?     llnw���������what���������when���������  1     ..#.,������, ������> , .  .������V,.4,     11.      V..1..    .A     1/lr.r.w.      U|llll|<     I II,All    (A  dawg, but it wan lots sorter than a  cow. OthorwlHi- lt was sorter betwixt ."in* ixdwemi!  Good and True  Safe and rotable���������for rei3ula-  ting tlie bowels, stimulating the  liven toning the stomach���������the  world's most' faVhotis iind'.thbst  approved   iamiiy   remedy is  X*)x  am%mmW mm   VW m MrW SBk 1  ���������:^J?'  ���������".iflif.  %  {���������'���������^iTl  ������������������*':.'!  jr^ii  \m<  ��������� SUl  Sold siismwhsrs,     ���������  Itt Ixixaa, tax,  W. N. U. 006  1  -in, I  Ml -���������.ii  \      - , *���������"    ^  .    " .    '     -/ '< v  ���������"-  i-  s, ~   *  CRESTON  BEVIEW,    CJtasSTON,    jh. v.  ������<*fe_������ ^���������s_������*������<4_  ���������*V  _S4fi#S  _**"  Published every   Friday at Cbeston. British Columbia, by the Cr*_um Print-  sg and Pub'!*-oing Company, Ltd.  W. B. McOlurb  Editor aud Manages  reston  Hotel 11 SHewipDonograpDa i  _?he Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, osr  ouS^glnneariyCone thousand homes throughout the S2������~iS������JJgll &  SMohing out iu a broad manner into other comminnties.    Onr ndvertiHiUK rates ������^  based on the scale of the Kootenay_a_d Boundary Printer.' Board of Traae gg  are  Load tm-rchese and laud lease notices, ������7 for statutory time. ui^j^ *���������^~ \  SSSSffl pwinch per month; other advertising .10 cents per line firstssne,  and 5 cents per Mne in Succeeding weeks. Subscription rates fi 00 a ye������ in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions aeaiing iu matters^of ^eal ".-  tor-stand the welfare of the community. ODuinbutious must be brief and  signed.  WE  1   X /OU  will  make   no   mistake  f^SFSSmW&riQBPl      I       when you get off the train  * if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study  the' comfort of our guests.  The Leading  Hotel of the  rumors to the effect that Nelson is  opposing  Creston's  reclamation scheme,  are  continually reaching our ears.   It  seems that the people of that city know that for agricultural  resources, Creston has them bettered, and with the  opening  oi the flats our city would take a leap that would leave their  city in arrears.    With the pretext that Kelson's power plant  might  suffer  and  that the ranchers  fear the water in the  river will he lowered to much to suit their convenience, the  attempt to get the seatisneiit to   the people and provincial  efikers against the reclamation which would mean the open  ing ox 75,oco or more seres of the richest kind of land  where no bush would hate to be cleared, to settlement, is  belli** carried ������s.    It is said that  one  prominent rancher  near Nelson has offered several thousand dollars to fight the  XT* ..;_,  J.TZHI  T>-f*    I     .   *Ct.l  Out   Guests  Call   <Aaain  lhe rooms are weii iurmshed in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  |  aud Commercials.  We have just put into  stocK  tnree  v  .  ^Phonographs with all the latest attach-  ���������������  fments including the new bygnet horris.  J|  They selj at the following prices:���������  Home Phonograph $65.00  Standard Phoiiugi'aph $45.00  Fireside Phonograph $35*������������  We have also 150 four  minute rec-  ������������  ords in stock and they are  well assorted. ,  ��������� u.'+L^jis.-' ���������[���������aau!  propositiOii.  __  XXm  *!���������   vYu-.-_e������    pu.u*ici������y  NelssSj stated Tuesday while accompanying the section 0?  the British Men's Excursion on their way eastward through j  liere said that if the river would be affected st> that  their electric plant would have too much power part of the  year and not enough the rest of the time, Nelson would  fight the reclamation project-  How as no ose knows that the river belo\? Kootenay Lake, will be greatly lowered and that the power  plant  i Creston Drug&Book C  Phone 51  _    r_  leaning; pyeiri  ess in  ana  roisld be seriously affected, it looks as though Nelson, if it  of thsCjast country is a cheaper ex-  olosive.   The man  who discovers one  iat������r���������3t������A ia the development of this part of the province.!^aotoal-vbe a g^^tbenefaqtor, bnfc  a rich man, for there's thousands in it  for the man who can solve the problem..  Well, here's a cue. Did you ever notice  the power there is in a little gasoline in  I Transfer Liven* and Feed stab es 1  i* ' -"'-_. o        ra-s      _        \ '_!  (Best equipped Livery in town; g  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at abort notice.   The latest styleB of    $  ������   CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses r,    *J  \xv rf&  $j? Speciality. , ^ $  ������to   Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  .������&   I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains,  ~    at any hour of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, will.- JjjJ  receive nromut attention ,..<!������  T_,  m  _*  r_  ffi Phone 56  H. S. McCreath, Prop !  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14  "sach a ghost of a scare would not have been stirred up���������  >t-,1-^*, ^oviid do nothiner to hinder the proiect until  alter the engineers make a report and propose a plan which  tn,v^ of injurjr to the electric plants, or else take the name  for which Toronto has been famous.  would not oppose a project which will eventually mean  millions of dollars for the Kootenays both in Canada and in  the States*    As no plan has been advocated as yet which  .������-?���������'���������_. ���������sat ��������������� '                 a *_.    j** '-til  i s      '*������������������   8 driving englheB?   It is said that if a  "���������will narm  luc iww.w  j-**-.*-!..-, -.,^..^v��������� ___������_,������ ^- i���������i���������a��������� ���������a.s        .   .   ^.._.. ,,���������_.___ _______a.  ' ���������..--������������������..���������-���������--. j pint GI gaSGUnS IS   aii_vv=ii v_   .������vn������n*ftu������  |������tmrs ihsald Creston get a start from its rieh flat lands  or|to^d0^tw^Mdthi^.a-^^4i'  explosion will blow a large building to  pieceB. One authority says that gasoline under certain conditions has ten  time the explosive power that dynamite  has. Now then the fellow who can use  this power in such a way as to get it  applied to stumps will have solved the  problem.  We understand the state agricultural  sohool of Oregon is working on the problem but that should nothinder farmerB  and others from trying. However, we  would caution all who may experiment  as gasoline is dangerous and one Bhonld  understand it thoroly before experimenting.���������Nooksack Reporter.  WATER NOTICE  We,   The   Bedlington jand   Nelson  Railway   Company of Vancouver? B.  C, by occupation a railway company,  give notice that we intend on the 2_tli.  day of July next, at eleven o'clock iri'  the forenoon, to apply to   the  Water  Commissioner at his office at-Nelson  B.  Ca   for   a   licence   to   take   and  use     one-half   (3^)    cubic    foot    of  water  per second from an unnamed  spripg to be diverted at a point about  9i3.S"above the Water Tank.  The water will be used oii our right!  of  way,   for domestic"  purposes,   for  locomotives and trains.   ?  A. H., MAciNEiLt.,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nelson Railway .Company  D ated this 12th day of June, 1912.  _ j..������  _.^.i^^^s.-.,_.~^.S-_.-_.^^!������-J������^-A->A:-A-^������^������v^  -a-^-'^-������^-7������:J*^^W-������-'^^^*������r������-*������iSI5-^������-^-4������-45.-Aa-4P-������������-������'-<������-4������-^--������- " ���������- " S"* -" ��������� T3 ^^^ - ��������� ��������� -- ��������� ��������� j v,  HnSSOilt^lSB M������U  .. li ll is n 1 r il l ifi l si  ��������� ���������    ^mV    ^mB   ^at    H ���������    ���������     a      mm   ssss������      ���������������������������. "���������  ��������������� ���������  all over this big continent are  Rain, vain, rain,  Again and again,  That la what makes things grow  This all the ranchers know  Bo some don't complain.  Gain, gain, gain,  It caused by the rain,  For to get a name at the Lethbridg*  show  We need the rain io mako thing- grow  Bo tot it tain.  Qrumhle, grmnble, grumble,  Suui llto tho distf ?���������* rnmhle,  That ia what some folks do.  Their face ia like a thunder cloud  ��������� And they can hardly apeak a kind  word to you.  Some people are sore,  'Oamw the rain isn't oe'r  And they to tho picnic can't go  But we oare not fortheie are others  lu fttaf*  And next fall there's an apple show.  So let lt rain,  We need the g*ln.  If they oontinno to grumble  We will think it the nimble  Of the thunder before the rain  'Tie always snaanine after rain,  That today Is very plain.  All the people on th* 'treat,  Smile at every one they meet,  ao Ut th_ tuMU-tlfal son shine on.  ������������������Notrebmul.-'   *   SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned and endorsed on tho  envelope "Tenders for the construction  of a residence for the Superintendent of  the Sxpeiimental Station at Invermere,  Sear Athslmer, B. C," will bo received  up to 4 P. M., on the First day of August, 1912, for the several works and  material- required in the erection of a  FOR SALE  ___es^_Bte_6    in rnrrr rnif.ra  iiucbiiiib m runi roHocn  IMUCGTiMft  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranoh for  sale. Close to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Review.  All over Canada and the United States are scattered the owners of Fort Fraser lots. Between one  and two thousand careful inyesters have purchase^  property in this wonderfully located.City  __ More are buying every day.���������:Already large  "crJJjjJJ profits have been made, and when the railroad arrives early next year values will jump to at least  double their present level.  DOES!������ MEAN SOMETHING TQ YOU?  You can't make money working for<a wage.  But you can make big profits by investing.  You know lots of men who have done  so. Why  not you.  Spokane, Wash.���������For the first "time  the Spokane Inter State Fair manage-  ment will have its mining displays under glass.   There will bo space provided  i_.o_.es for the Superinrendenii of the for a complete exhibition of every nun-  i_t_perimental Station at Invermere near  Athalmer, B. O.  Specifications and phins can be seen  on application to Mr. Dunoan Anderson  Athalmer, B. O.  Each tender must bo aooompanied by  an oxoeptod check on a chartorod bank,  payable to tho Honourable the Minister  Of A-jrlonlturo, equnl to ten p*������r o������Ant of  the whole amount ot the tender, whioh  oheck will bo forfeited if tho individual  or company sending lt declines to enter  into a contraot with the Department or  falls to complete tho building.  Tho Department doos not hind Itself  ������n r.r.r.r.i\* tVin, l/virroni (\r firi-r ff*Yir1i>r "*'������������������"*"  -**  ��������� ���������   ' - ���������..������������������^,.  Newspapers publlBhlug this advertisement without authority will not bo paid  A. L. JARVIS,  Assistant Deputy Minister, and  Secretary of Agriculture  l-oiMirtiuont of Agriculture.  -2W62 Ottawa, 20 Juno. 1912  Dr. Putnam of Boston advises parents  to permit their onikuren to go iwnstuotud j si***^*** **<-���������������>  lei the yitTnuiiw-tfi  To Our Inventors  Quite iw-nUlHiitially wo tun   across a  UMAAAUAA   AU.   UAAA    4AAI .1.1  A ,1 ll,AV-i     .,,-  eral found in the Northwest, to be property labeled and classified.  For this purpose oaBes of uniform size  and shape aro to bo arranged in such  manner as to attract must attention and  will prove of groat value in tho determination of minerals. This display is  to become a permanent feature of the  Fair.  District displays will bo bo better arranged and attendants will givo all required assistance to exhibitors. Spnco  should bo reserved early.  A mooting of the local section of tho  .."scrlc*;"; Intillvi!''..*".���������? f!i*^r,,r^\i*"li:<-'   will bo hold, bringing into the city and  to tho Fair Bovorol hundred mining mon,  A Rook Drilling; Oontont will be ono  of the features of the Mineral Dfijimt.  uiuut. One day will bo Miners Day at  tho Fnir. An estimated minimum of  150,000 people will sou tho exhibits.  Freight charges on exhibits will bu  paid by tho Fair Management if tho cx-  iiiuiu; uu> i_u ou ui~v'**J'    *-'���������-' uA.-.u<mH  8YNOJPSI8 OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST MINING. REGULATIONS  COAL.���������Coalmining rights may bo lenued  for twenty-ouo/ycars, lonewalilo atan annual  rontal ofsjl anuoro. Not moro than 2,600 acres can bo lonsod to ono npplioitiit. Royalty  Ave cents per ton, In unimrvoycd torrltory  tho tract mimt beRtiilcod out by tho appll  cant In person, and porRonal application to  UIB AlJOlli vv uull-Auuiil Oi   DOiiiiiiiO;.    Iiuilii  lor tho distrlot muat tn all cases bo mado and  tho rontal for tho first year miiHt bo paid to  tho ngont within thirty dayn' iirior OIIiib  application  QUAUTZ���������a pomon olghtoon yoai'H of nurt  and ovor, havliiR mado a discovery may lo-  cato a claim 1,500 foot hy l,fi00. Foo, 95. At,  loaflt 9100 -mint bo oxpondoil on tho nlaltii  oaohyoaror patd to tho MIiiIhr Itooordor  Whan IWOO.O luiH boon oxpoudud or paid ami  other romilrpmontfl compiled with, tho olulm  may bo purohaaod nt 91 un aero,  I-liAUJUUt MINING UIaAIMH aro CUD foot  lorin*and frorn l.OOOt', t>.?ooo foot widn. Mntry  ft)o95. Not Icbh than 910U nuiHt, bo oxpondei)  lu dovolopomont worlc each year.  DltKDGING.���������Two Iohmoh ot llvo mllos oooli  f> a rlvor may ho iHHiuid to one applicant for  n term oi 20 yearn. Rental, 910 a in I to per an.  mini. Royalty.2>(Jpercent alter tho output  o-oooilH 910,000.  ���������  W. W.COHY  Jiopnty Mlnlnter of tho Jntorlo  Fort  ^55a  * Y������n������oirs to worlc on.   'J.'ho icreat problem I oh-A-t'o-c** will h* _>*ld.  (l am jr*mm.mm  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A rellabl* French, ref-iilator; never (alls. T lieno  ���������pills ata exceedingly powerful lu re_iilutlii|* the  _*n������riillv<' portion of Clio femaln uyntcin. Kefiisu  ImlttttioiiR. l������r. da Van's are sold nt  r tlireo (or Ho.   Mailed to uny uddiuuu.  _���������. .. ������tuti temain uystc . .      nil cheap Imltiitio-iR. l������r. da Van's are sold nt  IB S box, or three (or Ho. Mailed to uny uddreBu.  Xhm ii-*������l>*li Prajc Co.. flt. Oathkrlnes. On*.  1 ^iauhe_ & ao.  Wliolc_nl0  ProvlnloiiH,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commission Merchants  I NBLSON  i  MM  Ba       Cm I  -si  Offers you this  opportunity  on   terms  seldom  granted.  Fort Fraser is situated iu the  centre of millions  of acres of rich farm lauds.  Wonderful water power i& available  for  manufacturers.  W;ater transportation to the extent of 1.600 mile  is here.  Mineral deposits of abounding  richness   lie   on  every side..  ^ And a great transcontinental railway is about to,  ������������������J! open Fort Fraser and her tributary country, .to the  a_T���������"*~, settler  m       CAN'T YOU SEE WHAT IT HEANS ,  IvOts arc priced at $200 and up. Terms are  marvelous, $10 down and $10 a month.  See us txlay about this.    Booklet  aud  detailed  information for the asking.  Dominion Stock & Bond,CorpM  Limited  Vancouver, B.C.  %_**'f_^^^>s_W������MMIW-'������*W-l--W--������^  ^���������nrootfin Vflllo.y !n_ec.tmpnt Rn  %at VVIVfl IMIIWj ��������� ������������������ <��������� m?** ia������i������i,������_������_������ m.      wwajs  .Agents for Creston and District.  ^t*mmBBBBBH )mBMBm\Bm.m m)X*H**m\H������,M**r\ )  trrvam*m*amwm*  iiii  ���������H ���������i^ssppBMWW���������SiaapppgiisjiJwai^iHWffips.^wBi^s^^ .,-'.'  /���������a "  *vl*'������  ^ j-^f^-Ajvp-a-iiwo^aw-BPii-B  ���������*������������������������������ ���������^^*'*il^^-^B-JaJ-*^i,'  ' l^K??:.G^^EQNi|_^  GBESTOK,   B..0,  t "_?S*38__  .,  .,    /'* .17* Iswstsk  y y j" :.._- _,.it**__s_  Jf   &    Jt        '>..-. j n.>a*&*m  f       " ,    > .-.J \_U������_J|  **���������*"���������*������������������  if  jV������l'V^������%A^^Vt4>������W'tV^^V^lVW^^  _  iv������lF 25 r������_3 r_ji2_f  ^-���������������-'_p-y_K**i     >srf^i      *_p j gy Tf*  its 4____v_:  xvvi\  r^Eisir  1  > JHE-iFT ANNUAL  WEARERS <&  ? . -   f       ��������� ,.,        *.,-���������*  \ Summer PTrusitng and Thitisimg  _     3QY A.?     s^-ssAs-  A   --ii aB^a^maMrya'^r^^B^a^B^m^ar^ar^ar^^-^'*^  QAJUS/iXTAJM ana jv������_v_   Liounty MXpertmce  TTnAgm tiEzptrts of ^&&tb Sections  ^^f^fmm^mmm^mfi^^im^ftfimfiAnwmvmwfilr^S  - A. H ��������� ��������� J������ _Afll ,_. ������- *  H-_ _i������as_ *   _.  Animal   re. infers  Sow Burns9 Fertilizers  Atad Rea_> DoHars.  Call or send for   our  New  t_-l  t    ���������     m .  wnicu is  .rampi__e_  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  ������  Q-__!___._3   Z3FE? *__"_������!&! Q'  Mr. Hoffman and family have  changed their mind about going to  Cranbrook1 and are staying on m  Sirdar.  Dutch bho Painter was over from  Oreston in his launch arid stayed on  hie way back at Ike Lewis.'  , Joe Noel and Mr. "Williams -were  down from Summit Creek. Mr. Noel's  foot which he cut rallies? ba^ly np the  hill is progressing, favorably.  l^^gr  ;Semi-xead>r Suits  tt MS end ������5������    >       "  T OOK tor tfce price���������and name���������seflra  ���������s-* In the uocket-atwart the sane.  Ask your Clothier and send for style  book and tample o������" Jftpr* Own*.'  ~8ei_e at $20. Send dlre������to8eml*Mady.  limhed, Meatteal,-for book entitled  "Mr I" Sf yoo sannot get It to ������vm.  AMONG THE BAHGHEBS  H  HEIHi-K & 8.Q  _   g    _������if--������B*_9    XmB   VUl  B.C.  Limited  TTo.o/1    OffirAia  jxm.-*.Cx\x.     >_������..������������.������,  V ������4 KTf*r������TT_  VE&;    EDMONTON.  CALGARY*  Electric Restorer for Bfceh  W������S������|_^^gWrW?m^^S  vim ana ���������ffU'fttKy. r rcmature decav ana Si I sexual  weakness * averted at ence. Fbosv-sluntol will  mate jen a saw man. Price J_ a box. o rtwo for  $6. Malted to any address. VtaeSoobellPms  Co.. Sb, Gf-KftriaMa Out.  NOTICE  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay  /__^  *r_..������������..������.La*..*  -      - '-���������nvMwv.gj  aw������   jjui  Take notice that I,  of Creston, B, 0., occupation, agent', in  tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;  Commencing at a point on the east  boundary of lot 9269 about 20 -liaiUB  north, from its s^utfessst- corner, ti-iesiGe  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north _0 chains west 20 chains  -.north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing 120 acres  m>\������ **I*~<I������hA������*  mmm~~ .O\mm.0   Www ,��������� *-^i,  G. Fred Johnston. X*eraie, B. C  Mn       n.t.nn     rVCnll      1W%> ���������HT������1UA-1    RTldl-  X.       \JWKX\JJ ���������%*    ._.���������A.,     *.������������.^(���������������-���������*������������������ *  friend were in Sirdar this week?  _Edgar Wright is now manager of  his father's Jersey ranch at Kuska"  nook. Mayor Wright goes down every  evening irom the Landing for a, visit  of inspection to see that all is going  O. K.   DUCK CREEK NEWS  Mr. Morency of Belvie w, Alta,- who  has been in the district   about   two  A.  weeks and has purchased a  mve-acre  plot returned to Belview Monday.  Miss Crotch went to Cranbrook  Tuesday  A large party .from here' will board  the train at Wynndel for the Orange  me n's trip to Nelson.     -*  Mrs. Grady of Creston came down  Monday returning on Tuesday's east-  bound.  Mr. Offner is building a two story  house, 26 x 28 and says he will give a  social hop as soon as he has a floor in  _ittl_l  ISSSSS  m ���������  XU.UA O Ol   4CDD.  Guy Lowenbergf  Dated May 10,1912. Applicant.  Don't     forget   the   annual   school  meeting    Saturday   morning   at   ten  _������_i i_  Mr. and Mrs. Bathie of Cranlirnnk  came down Monday and will bide a  wee bit on their ranch at Duck  Creek.  Sfi-SES  ft .  '^"ft  ���������   V *  \m\d  %wa  ' _*���������  W  Hi  _ & _  ^91  II TTFHflFailK  Eases g   B m*mm\%S-S9a.mfkBBBB  tNYtLUft^   to  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 "which ideas  derived from actual experience by  ranchers of this locality, shall be  printed, thus making the subject matter of direct interest to this valiev's  fruit growers.  Although every rancher in British  Columbia should suddenly make up  his mind to discontinue growing  everything but apples and devote his  entire time and land space to their  production, the world's apple nis_ket  probably would not depreciate to any  great extent. However with this in  mind it is no reason why every _Hnch-  er in this fertile valley should specialize in the growth of apples or other  large fruit.  T  George Huscroft is one of the local  ranchers who believes there is profit  in diversefied farming ������for the   local  market.   On his ranch can be seen the  various kinds of farm produce from a  field of wheat to rews, of rhubarb and  tomatoes    or    blooded   cattle.     Mr.  Huscroft undoubtedly has a good idea,  The prices of" gram, hay and dairy  Toducts are as ���������_iDrli in Oreston  as in  the large cities, which they should not  he because they do not have to be conveyed long distances  to the market.  Everybody knows that the prices  obtained for goods are regulated largely  1 ������.���������**���������������   ���������f-y_f-_   *^;;_-?_t_?^7'   ������\Ti    !?���������*_.���������"������������������ti    Sl***^    ^"l^f-**  ���������"**-���������  ttiand. So many of the local ranchers  have gone in for fruit raising only,  that the supply of other produce is  quite limited, and tbe deraauu inversely great. Many more ranchers could J  take up diversified farming without  greatly lowering prices'. It is surprising that so few of the ranchers do not  even keep at "least une cow for their  own use.  As Mr. Huscroft's   ranch is in the  fiats, he has an advantage over those on  %-  the benches by having esceedingly rich  soil and more moisture.    The fruit trees  !Tk__ Rl SDTAi-i 'Hi   BSBtJ UU!_l\/n iitrrM.  W. H.-JOH������SOB5,   Pfresp?let**-'  THE .HOME  OF   THB  to a ai���������iieraiT  m   0 x an v ��������� ^.mx s_. ������w   *  ns?������4r  -\  m  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel  is one of the  sr    known    anci    popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays. *'  The dicing room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with onlv the best brand  of goods.  Cfe^rnri-   R.*f^__  W'A w������4>������-<^ jl������������ ���������  ���������-f ^^ _rf  JL JLJLJLtiJ  CANADIAN  r^_r_i^^"i^  >  "O --  A,sric  COMMERCE  CAP5TAI  __, $15,000,000  REST, $12,*"__<***  j,ij\j\r9x/\������%#  j^AFTS  ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Drafts en the principal cities ia the following countries issued without  delay:  Africa  Arabia  Areentine Republic  Armenia  Australia  Austria-Hungary  Belgium  Brazil  _..... !~  _>������A������^ J..,..  Ceylon  Chili  China  Cicte  Cuba  Denmark  Egypt  Finland  Formosa  France  Germany  Greece  Holland  Iceland  India  Italy  Japan  ���������Macedonia  xiusiua                   j  Malta -'  Servia  aianchuria  S'an*.  Mexico  Siberia          '  New Zealand  South AfriPd  riorway  Spain  Panama  Straits Settlement*  Persia  Sweden  Peru  awliilc/iftiiu  Philippine Islands  Syria  Poland  Turkey                  6.7  Portugal  United States  Koumania  WeBt Indies, etc.  MMXV3   OVXXX    JVUUgy     VUU   V**.**      vi-mvi        twi-v * -k  ' These drafts ca*������ be drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,  iaels, roubles, etc., according to the money of the country in which they  are payable. This enables the payee, to obtain the .exact amount intended.  *        a__T_".v a>    Trsinrrr rn    an. ��������� ��������� .-��������� _,_   "_ " =  ffB\ r'thai they will produce raor������ than  trees j  im\ -0**-the-same aSe, higber np.    The toma-  ���������1������4i ,'t03s aud the various garden products are  9w\ verythrifty, showing the effect of a rich  e The British Columbia HwrsBrsss So  Of Vancouver, B. G.  , Have just received an 8o- page illustrated  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free for  the askiug to intending- planters.  B ������_i  ^~������^S^m^Jm\AMJJJd SM\Jmm%m\m\JmiiJ^^^  ^^%%mmmm%mm^m%m\mm -ssa������&Biiiifi9Bsas  rwm.  sr___5<-.  moist soil.   A number of acres are in  wneat ana suon vrneat  t*-������     *sJ   ->_/  I  *u_f rbckit  ������h.   A _#  li_  1TO   DPlMTIMf_  .in i m"~  W  w  ������*,  $m 4*m. m m .  unii  TUU  ���������������      m*m      wm       *mmm        mm*.     **  \a*h\a\\  YWfill  1  WE CAN DO ITl I  wmmmm  __s_  99 \ one wattes one mco ic, cne whu nu_u.u  km\ ' toP8 nearly reach his neck. Then he  .TV has the thorou *h bred, great milk pro-  vm��������� ��������� decing Holstem cattle whichare as sleek  __fe as it is possible for any to be.  ���������** Many of the ranchers in the vaiiey are  fw\ so busy with money making commodities that they forget there is another  tide of life. It does one good to see; a  ranch as this one is, stocked with roses,  nasturtiums, sweet peas and many other  kinds of flowers? in the yard about a  iabst intially built houee.     -.  TATEMENTS  m  to  to  to  vj.4.j.Ci_i. iu iuu o_u.Cc Oi  a,_  *8_r    c������    *������-sr_i   LU    VV .   ������>.    VV ctLStUU  Apple  at Creston, B. C. .  .    A TRIAL ORDER wiii convince tl|\mAV  11 ���������fit-Ga> o* tne siiperiority of our one year oiti  1������ tres on three year roots.  !������ ���������  The B������ Om Nvurmmries 0������_ Lts$sa  |      $493 7th Ave* W* Vancouver, B* G.  PORT HILL ITEMS  irabelli  m  Mr. Rancher! Mr.  Businessman!!  Advertise pur business by having neat  y.  V6_\\^:^^vu;ui  to>Vt_aT mT/__Tir n  MiiWaWm li������ *IDi l������iai������i  ^wtw^u Ujj/ijijvyiju     ������(j)'_-o^,*y  /���������ou  AA  4X\  ���������*&*������  m\ a  to  to  to  to  m  A**,������������  to  to  (���������>  mm %  -������������__���������  ;;  The farmers in this locality are  loos  ing a lot of hay on acoonut of the rain.  The Base ball leani here is working  hard to get into ooudUiou for tho same  with Creston at Bonnybrook ranoh Fri-  I day, July 12th.   They have a good llns-  up and it will uo doubt be a very  inter-  sting affair.  Ss^iiiiie., snti  ps&'titi'.If&e&gi"  ���������y.-'-.A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   cla.s  boots and siloes.  Get your  Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the ���������     ?'??y?:^  Creston    Wine    &  ^pofe;^i^";  YO^ PAY WHE^ OiJBEO  Br8,K,&ISt Ti3_KE ALL RISKS :;:  ���������   I /aOH--^-        " 'mmy?.^  as   a l___    W  "li Se*������!___.-j������������  Mrs. J. F. Watson, who hns been viB-  itlug with her sistor Mrs. L. O. Gale,  departed for her home iu Gieat Pallp,  M mtana, Saturday.  J, H. Hull had an nuotlon sale  Tues  day.   Mr. Hill uou_ not know whoro he  will locate jut-it yet,  but  U tollclns* ot  goiiiB toTuxiu.  A KlooUmanii, Priioideut of tho Idaho  Oiiutinoiital Minc-H was iu town Inst  week looking after builnesit,  Oubh ErttliiHOii wont upIJoundry orooU  Cured hy tn������������ TlwW.'MatliaJ "TVaalti-ent  VST"   NO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  NERVOUS DEBILITY  ������X������1  ���������niontmtiili  through Early .....    lowing Bynipioma consult ut b.foro It In toa lata.  ��������� - ������J���������, ���������.-_  . v> ...  dentii>uf Rliiomy, Bnooiw betoro tue oyoa, with dark cireleo under tlutin, v/uOi ������**<5K,  kldQny>irriublu,P-)i)llaUonoi*Utoliom'b, bnslitul, droainn and louoti, eodlment In uriaa.  pfoi   - "-��������� -*---           "        "   "-   -        "  ������I4>AA1I4^  oatoh.  ������, l III |U.-31I<1^        144411    HJl"',,.'   ..  |)V..M  i _ ������ ���������*���������������_. . *������-_ . ���������*������>������>��������� . ���������***%.*<���������������-. ***s.*iX. >������^. "is^,,. >jWa.       ���������������sssk . XMv immrj^i  ������_>������������W''-',W-*���������**������ m* <*mm ma*t������ f  'K99'777'*^'4siV''>-''?'<������'    mSttiZSa^f  Tho St_amor Oro80������nt wim delayed  about two honrH Tluirnduv morning by  breaking her rudder.  ���������T. O. Kiiwli-li'*. Miloou \.T.r. br.-.U. :*.  iu Lu Stiiiiluv. Th>* i>.������i-������.l_rt took .,iii>iiAj|]i  booao to got well liuikod up, Thoy auc-  COOdod iu oatohiug tlio thiol.  YOU     WILL     DE     A     WRECK  Our Haw Mathod Traatmant oan euro you nml imaltp ft man of yo ,.,,������������-_  enco tho biifln booomoo aotlvo, tlio blood purified, no that nil plmplou, MotolKH* wul >_i_o_������  dlBnpnoar, the nervoa Iwoorao Btronnr iv������ utool, no tlmt norvoiwmeiia, baahtulnoan and das-  pondtiiio*/ vnnMi, Uioovo Imjuoiucu brJ������hl. tho faco full and ������l'*ar, tnorgy rfturna to XXM  body Mid Ui������ mnml, pIiyBloal mid wixunl nyatonm aro InvHrorntod: nil di-alra* uon������o-~no  earnod dolHuu   W-������ will euro you or no pay.  tvERYtirmri private and coNnoEJ-rriAL  READER*  Vo mnttor who 11_-1;untod ymi, wrlto for an bontmt opinion lPt_s������ of &*���������**���������������  Uo������k������ 1 r���������������������   IH0 Ciaiaan Alanitur     ukuu.iiai.uuj  uii _������=������������ uummnmm o*<m������u*  QUESTION UST TOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  Drs. KENN EDYot KENNEDY  Cor. Michiijsii Ave. and Grlswold St.,  Detroit, Wlch.  *_____________ __i __���������*_��������� _ am a*  HBHp 5H_______i____  M i  I  All bittern from Canada muirt bo addreftfMK}  to our Canadian Con copondeuce Dcpttrt-  inent In Windnor, Out.   I������ yon dealrt to.  j.a������ ,,������ ^..^..^^-u., ^ii ���������x ,��������������������������� M--i1I<*i1 Tnr.tU������tn h\ TVtrf,"* nn we ae������nnd treat  no nailtwita in"our Windaor oflicee whicli ore for CorrcBpoudouoe aud  Luliorntory  for Ciuiadiuu ���������ubliu:iia only.    Addreft* all Icttcra 00 tOUOWBS  DUS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY. Wtod������or# Out  "Writ* j*<* onr En-ivtt- oddrtw.  r   ���������^-*_.i  I  |  I icttcra aa toliowa: ��������� wm  jr. Ool. B H  mmmWmmm%mmmm%mmmWy |  ^_u,_,^MJI.i���������i���������.ll,W*,lllllluiiii,  ..mauammm wxmmmmmmxm  DSWSSSI  tf-_ri__ii--W-������_Wiil_--l iU������-������ ;^--__^-V.-^. %^KJl-il_,-%*:*a*ti^=?,.Tf"l_i������:j4_ is?w.*M*STSrf!"'*S!"  MMMtKMJtUc^S _-Btt-fci.iMMB^1tt- __���������������_;>* 'i4������-i  ^r^^/j;;*;-:-^?^'!^^*;-^^  y^^i^-*'.-^-?^!'^-^-"^  lliilliis'^^  V):7l.^  i������  THE  OEESTON EEYIEW, CRESTON,  _*i_nr Ja lite #ifi    .A ..m. L._  ^i S_* a i������   A    i-EM-i  OMEUEST SPOT 01.   EARTH. JTHI.     fiRAlM    rOMRtNF,  -r���������-���������--.- ^ v    , * alias     -u_&m_?     wlAUwe2_._i.il  BUFFERED     FOR       TWENTY-FIVE  YEARS   AND   COULD   GET   NO   .  RELIEF  Now Tells of the Wonderful  Results  Obtained by the Use of  DR. CHASE'S  &*__*������__*_���������?r������ _���������<___���������_F_  Hl-fi������i_ ruup  Sciatica, neuralgia and sciatic rheumatism are the result o������ a run-down  nervous system. For this reason  all treatments must necessarily fail  which do not build up tbe nervous  system.  Mr. Collins suffered for twenty-five  years and never was able to obtain  satisfactory treatment until he began  the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  and Kidriey-Liver' Pills. While the  Nerve Food forms new blood and restores the exhausted nervous system,  the Kidney-Liver Pills invigorate the  action of kidneys, liver and bowels.  Mr. W. T. Collins, Morpeth. Out.,  writes: "It affords pie pleasure to be  able to speak favorably of two of Dr.  Chase's medicines���������the Nerve Food  and Kidney-Liver Pills- I had been  a sufferer for twenty-five years from  Bciatica, lumbago and neuralgia and  tried almost all the medicines I could  hear of, without one particle cf  benefit, until I _G__n_e_.ced to use Dr.  Chase's. I noticed an improvement  "before I had used two boxes, and the  "benefits obtained by continued use  _.ave been wonderful. I have so  'much confidence in these two medi-  'cines that I have recommended them  to dozens of my friends, and I have  Tristan cPAcunha Is ��������� Tiny Oasis in ���������  Wilderness of Water.  When, Napoleon was sent to St Selena It was thought that the loneliest  i/pbiee on earth bad been assigned to  him as a prison. But St. Helena ts  1,400 miles nearer a continent than Is  Tristan d'Acuoha. Many hundred of  of miles ot ocean lie between this island and Its nearest neighbor. Tristan,  in snort, is a tiny oasis la a boundless  wilderness of waters, go from It ta  which direction you will.  It is a rocky and ciii- girt iitti������ isle,  with a solitary mountain 1.000 feet  -high, rearing Itself from tbe midst  Yet on this lonely speck of rock ana  earth there lives a community seemingly happy In their Isolation from ali  the rest of the world. They are farmers, cattle raisers and shepherds. Io  the valleys of tbe island are fertile  fields, wbere potatoes mainly are  grown. The food of tbe people consists  tor tbe most part ot beef, mutton,  fowls, potatoes and fish,  Tristan used formerly to produce  many fruits-and vegetables which can  bo longer be grown there. The reason  of this is that the Island for a long  time wa_, overrun by rats wbich - escaped from a Bhip that anchored there  and which ths people have been unable, it is said, ever entirely to exterminate.���������Harper's Wetekly.   ^v  i������_������r������T*F������*_������>e> * <"****  -run in coo   ������i  ���������fUftBiyi-  ��������� i SVHiVVFa  Curious Nest of the Little Brown Wren  of Central Amories.  ' The  little   brown   wren   of  Central  America builds a.nest that should belong to a   bird   five or  six  times  as  large as tt is, and, to prevent other  yet to bear of a single case in which  they  failed  to  give  satisfaction."   ^   1 birda f fom disturbing Its home wMI������  Dr. Chase's medicines are for sale   ", ...  .������������������,,_.������_ ���������  ���������.���������������~���������4,i,.��������� _  by  all  dealers,  or  Sdmanson,  Bates   ** te away it ouild, as a protection t_  & Co., Limited, Toronto. *e=c"3 ~ *bcrss teadtog to it.  When  Madam   Wren    looks   for   a  ! Origin of Electric Terms I botniJ ^^ 8ays a  writer  ,u  the  Avs  "     The ampere which  is the unit of   J^3; ^e elects a tree where two  volume,   is   French,   taken  from   the Ibranches  ������������" Parallel  &b������vt  two  feet  siame cf Andre. Marie  Ampere, who j aP������rt   Across these two branc_.es an*  bounded the science of electrio dyna-; aDQ*   her   mate   lay   a  Mttle   platform  mins.     The volt which, is the unit of j about five feet In  length.    Near   tha  the pressure which causes the current; trunk   or   the   tr*������   'n   l/uilt   _.   dc;;.c  ;^to flow, is Italian.      The watt, which; shaped  nest about a  foot In  height  ; is the unit of energy,  and the pro-1 The sides of this nest are all  Inter*  ���������duct of the volt and ampere, is Eng- Yvro**en with thorns,  31sh.      The ohm, which is the mess-;'   N"ex_      ^j^ -passage^,.to tmtti  ure   of  resistance,   is   characteristic-   -__��������� ������..   ��������� _^. i_ JL���������. ���������,��������� . .. #w^ _._,  ally German-        Tho   United    States' J��������� *ho nest *Jf������- *** ut ">* p,at*  -       form In as. crooked a manner as pos-  Thorss stick out ha ail direc-  The   United    States  boasts only one electric term so far. f       m  the henry, which is the unit ol sen.- ��������� ~---  Ind-ction.-Scientiflc American. j ������J������ *������������*, ^^ Qn ^ ^^ Qf ^  ~~ " | tunnel    little   fences   of   thorns   are  j placed In such a way that any creator, sot familiar with the passageway  will get badly pricked.    Finally across  Take Their Chances  And now that you ara through college, -what are you going to do?  I shall study medicine.  YRather crowded  profession already  Isn't it?  Can't help that. I shall study medicine, and those who are already in  the profession wiii have to take their  chances, that's all.��������� London-Opinion.  the outer end of tbe tunnel is a movable gateway ot thorns.  . Said the navy chaplain to the marine, to whom he was endeavoring to  demonstrate the utideslrability of tobacco: "After all, Bill, you must reflect that in all creation- there is not  to be found any animal except mar.,  that smokes,'" The marine sniffed.  Yes, he agreed, and you won't find  -ither any ether animal in all creation  that cooks us fcod-  Ths Pill Thst Leads Them AH���������  I Pills are the most portable and compact of all ^nedicines, and when easy  to take are the most acceptable of  preparations. But they must attest  their power to be popular- As Parm-  elee's Vegetable Pills are the most  popular of all pills they must fully  meet all requirements. Accurately  compounded and composed of ingredients proven to be effective in r.gu-  lating the digestive organs, there is  no surer medicine to be had aily-  wherc.  Fast and Present  Perseverance and determination are  admirable qualities provided, they  are exercised in a good cause, but  when these virtues are prostituted to  minister to selfishness they are dangerous to the commonwealth and must  ! be resisted with enual. perseverance  and determination. '       *  This is" the. situation In Northwestern Canada ; today.    J3n    one    hand j  stands-'.a thoroughly \inlted  band "of I  .grain dealers, and on the other hand,  Xtm. n-M*.   '       ������"A-M/*������ 4-1.   .-A, f**~l 1-.-VV1.   ������*-U- **"V*4 -Y -- *W 4f*. A 1 ������ ***������ A ���������*��������� .~������  tiica a   ai������.   _._j.*c:    x&z ixxva ssf    t������__*.������.    yAvwwyv'tw  of the country. The grain men are [  using every means in their power to j  exploit the farmers-  The history of the grain trade  In  the West is one of a continual struggle by the  grain  producers  for  fair!  treatment at the hands of the grain  dealers.     The struggle dates back to  the early eighties when the first frost-1  ed grain was put on the market. Tho  grain men  refused  to buv  tho damaged   wheat   and   caused   much   suffering all through the southern parts  of Manitoba.      Not only farmers, but  merchants . as well  were  brought  to j  the brink of bankruptcy.      the grain'  men  at  that time   sought  to  reduce ���������  the   prico   of   wheat   to   the   lowest  level.      Then the    farmers met and  made arrangements to ship their own  grain to the    Eastern    dealers.    The  C.P.R.   aided   them   by   arranging  to  }s3,ys   th_   gr=tiu   shiT*Tved   thi"Oiii,'ii -to  Sarnia where it was disposed of. .\s  a result every bushel offered was sold  at fair prices.     As soon as tho western grain dealers saw that the farmers  had  found a way  to dispose of  their crop, they were quite willing; to  get iuto the market too.  This is a fair saniplo of the tactics  of the grain, men. 'i'hey are* date*,*-'  mined to control the grain trado of  the West. Their latest scheme is  the sample market. Should they get  that, they will again control the sale  of wheat.  A sample market in Winnipeg Is  asked tor.- As a justification, the  sample market in Minneapolis is quoted. But the conditions are riot the  same in these two places.       In    the  ->.,..-        _.���������-,-^ *U   ^ ,  ���������, X ..*-.  All S������A        |*1<*__,        V,Utl r       AAA *3       AA.       _, A   ��������� CAb.      4 .ACAAA J  more railways running into Minneapolis than into Winnipeg, therefore  the work of re-shipping the cars  after      the      grain      Is      sold      is  STX_!*S������*^       0H10Hcr      XIvO"rc*      r������rjrv^*t_'r_*j\*S������>cs       lufl,  cbnsequentH the cars are moved more  quickly. Then, owing to the big  mills located in Minneapolis, over  seventy per cfent of the wheat received in that city Is milled there,  while not more than four per cent of  the wheat taken into ?Winnipeg is  milled at that point, and the remainder Is shipped on.  Another claim made In favor of a  sample market is that the farirjers  will receive a better price for their  grain. The plea put forth 1st that  a carload of grain that would Just  miss grading No. 1?has under the pre-:  sent system io be graded. Ino. z,  samp.e mar iv���������a. were -.n  r-sri.-isrl  /A  if  THE BUGABOO OF BAKE SAY  MAKES EIFB DREARY Eg'MANY A HOMB,  in      ��������� ������������������������������������������������������*���������������Ms���������Baawi "���������' *���������     i - ���������, i  The great bulk of borne baking is no longer necessary. "Let  BnOOf._:V do it."    K'SOOKEY'S.B-SCyiTS are made::-  right afc yoiir ������wo  doof and are on your grocer's shelves  63 fresh aa they leave the oven. '  They are the only biscuit which coaaes to you? table _r*_n  enough to take the place of your own home baking.  OONEV'S PERFECTION  SQPA   EH30UIT3  '    -��������� ���������    -   .    Ll,   I 'I   I   I     .     I      ' --���������---���������    --'-   '-   -,- -   ���������  resold in sir-tij������bt packages���������or sealed tins? If you-h&v_  su-var used them you have a delightful treat in store;  MOONEY'S are taade in Winnipeg.  & Westerii biscuit for Western people-  __ ,^_r_.  (Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������I cured a valuable hunting  dog of mange with MINARD'S LINIMENT after several veterlnarleB had  treated him without doing, him any  permanent  good.  Yours, ,&c,  WILPIUD GAGNE.  Prop, of Grand Central Hole}, Drum-  montlvllle, Aug. 3, '04.  One ot the great trans-Atlantic  steamship companies -has determined  to make use of the system of carrying  boats on deck known as. "nesting."  Nesting requires a boat ot special  construction, for the standard lifeboat  could not be nested above two, or at  tne outside, three deep.  bring  one  or  two  cents  per bushel  over the price of No. 2, and by mixing  it with a carload that was a little over  No. 3 would make two carloads of No.. \ ers.  a. ��������� ".���������..-������������������-  One ol the Most Remarkable Changes  of Diet on Record  One      of    the    most    remarkable  changes of diet on record was that of  the kea, or mountain parrot of New  ^ea'.iiud.      Originally _. waj������4ATnfin.n   it  suddenly  took   to   killing   sheep   and  lambs,   devouring   certain   tit-bita   to  which it had taken a liking and leaving the rest of the carcase untouched.  Owing to these ravages the flock-owners and  the  Government  have  been  waging    a    war      of    extermination  against the keas that are interfering  [with the hunian liking for fleshy food.  Even   the   sheep  at  the  Antipodes  have "developed the carniverous habit," as a Melbourne paper    puts    it-  They have taken to attacking and eating each other as well    as    rabbits,  which are still very numerous in Australia    in. * stpite    of   the   prodigious  quantities of them that are every year,  trapped,   tinned   and   exported.      So  far the phenomenon of the carniverous sheep has not oeeit noticed outside y ths "_outl-������������i-'   district   sf   New  South Wales, but the news will doubt-  ielss soon spreads    One paper thiniks  lt possible that Australia may evolve  a "wild man-eating merino" that will  provide* good snort for big-game hunt-  Better Begin on the Palinga  Miss  Margaret  Lindsay    Williams  who haB won the gold medal of the  Royal Academy which carries with It  &  travelling   scholarship of  $200,   is  the Christian World states, tho daughter of a deacon of Barry Congregational church.      who is una _-uii���������VA_t  artist,   over   to   attain   this   high   distinction, and It la Interesting that, her  First rude efforts  In  urt wero  mado  on buliMf of a ba**aar for the building  If und   of   Rnrry   church.      Ten   years  ego, a* a girl of thirteen, she begged  hor father to let her paint something  for  tho  Hiile.      Better begin   on   tbe  front palings, was hor father's joking  reply to the girl who this year had a  fine picture on tho line in tho Acnd-  rninv. nnd is now adjudged "gold medalist"���������the   first Htudfiit of  her  yojir  at th<* Academy of Art. Scdiool. v  Reform In Surgery  That surgeons In recent years, In  very recent years, havo to some extent como to the opinion that the unfortunate  person   who  may    furnish  them opportunity for the  display of  their fekill ln the use of saw and knlfft  is himself worthy of some consideration apart from the- beautiful operation,   is  a  matter  of  congratulation,  not to the surgeons, but to ourselves  of tbe laity-     It   has   not   been   so  many moons   ago   when   a   surgeon  knife In hand, was ready to pounce  upon a patient keen to opornt.o without considering whether the operation  iiiirtlAt -iot be a grpvor source-- of dnn-  Kor than the deceased    condition    itself.  Thero has recently developed, says  the Now York Medical Record, the  opposite tendency. This strives to  counteract the unbounded enthusiasm of tho technician for an Immediate surgical Intorferanco, a tendency  to study the patient as well as his  disease, to consider tho factors of  pafety pr������t*r>nt. ln the Individual un-  dar consideration, and to take all pos-  Hlble means of increasing tho chance  of recovery from the operation Itsolf  as well as from the disease.  Uut experience proves Its.-fallacy.  We had grain mixing practised openly"  for years, but no one except the grain  dealer gained by it. A sample  market would kill competition as the  men who operate It are the same  men who every day until recently,  named tho price to be paid for wheat  at every buying point in the Western  provinces, and by an agreement  amongst themselves would name the  price to be paid on the sample market. You cannot expect to gather,  grapes from thorns or figs from thistles.  There Is at present a grain board  that meets every fall and decides on  tbe grades. If they do their duty  properly there Is no need whatever  for mixing, and at any rate experience  has taught that the farmers would  never obtain the benefit of the mixing.  Another Important fact Is that the  mixing of grain will certainly result  In lowering tlie standard of Western  Canadian wheat In Great Britain, who  Is our chief buyer.  Wc notice In the d.tlly papers the  Minister of Trade and Commerce, at  Ottawa, has given notice of the Intention of the government to establish Hample markets before the crop  of 1013 Is put on tho markets. There  Ir therefore no tlmo to be lost by  Western farmers and others Interested in fair play betnioj given to them,  In taking step** to prevent the grain  trade being handed over to men who  have provpn themselves utterly unworthy of conlldence. ,  Many Sea DevH_ Y  These animals axe quite numerous  along the coast 150 to 200 miles  south of here. They are,,adapted to  both salt and fresh water. ;;��������� A strange  feature of their appearance in the  waters akmg the coast lis. that they  are usually accompanied by*,a school  of sea devils, great sea monsters frequently weighing vas much as 4,600-  pounds each. One of them "when harpooned has been known to drag twenty boats, hitched tandem, .each carrying two men.  Such an experience came two or  three years ago at Aransas. Pass to a  party of fishermen among whom  were John W. Rbbblus then state  treasurer; W. G. Sterrett, present  state game, flnh and oyBter commissioner, and 3. W. Maxwell, of Austin,  a noted big game hunter and fisherman. They were fishing just off the  little town of Tarpon    when   a   sea  WORLD  Farmers  Everywhere    Preparing    to  Compete for the  Valuable  Prem-   *  fums at Exposition  The interest in the grand 3w_e*->  stake prizes in the several grain  classes of the International Dry-  Faiiu.__ Trcd-icts Exposition, to >���������<���������*  held at Lethbridge, Alberta, next October, has increased and the number  of premiums have likewise multiplied.  The Rutnley tractor stands as the  pressier p?esLiT_XR; offered^for the best  bushel of hard v?aeat grown under  dry-farming conditions, or where the  annual precipitailci- is less than 20  inches, and ...where the land or any  part of the fsrn. has net been ,irri-  gated during the season. This premium' has attracted a great deal of  attention, and many farmers are anxious to possess it.  While th>-re is no other prize offered of value equal to the tractor,  still it is a noteworthy fact that three  of the. other valuable prizes are donated" by the International Harvester  Co., or through;? Its;. agehcies. and  these,, too-,, aie- attracting s great deal  of attention- ; The Oliver Chilled  Plow; Worfc^So-nStsS:^?5Gtf S-_i_: 4-  furrow plow,.- with -eitherY stubble or  breaker bases, to be delivered free  to the winner ironi.the nearest ageucy  I of the Interhuttotiasl/'Harvester Co. of  -America*-forYi&e?best busbel of oats  grown in Canac!* ih?1912 under dry-  farming methods'. -For the best-sheaf  of bats grown anywhere In^the world  under dry*fa'rii*iing; methods the International' Harvester ..Co? donates a? Mc  It's cheaper to raise coil> i_i.ii tv  buy horses. But It's costly if you lose  the colts. Keep a bottlo of Kendall's  ���������1 Spavin Cure handy. For thirty-five  ts- years has proved it the safe, reliable  B remedy for spavin, splin**., curb, ricg1-  B bone, bony growths and lamcaess-  g  from other causes.  "ftrtWUiuun.  Seo. 18t_. 1011.  "I bsire cui������4 em  RrevU. Wl_i I- vofir  eimyln Cure, ami ������m.  now trylnff it on another irH_'-. good i������-  sult*. I am His-iy  pleassil ,.*JrtB*'. - your  SSSS���������iciD^***  _. WaIvaamOw  ������l������_jtOa���������.rorfr-  Ask drus--tst:f<������v trom  cow or "A Treatise  write  Dr. B. 3m Ke&daX! Ccmpeay-    72  UMCOIKj;���������__������ Vierawtri���������  ������: __ A������  She Saw Her* Finish  A widower belonging to a\country  village lately led to the altar a fourth  bride.     After the honeymoon the happy couple settled down in his home,  Cormick  grain  binder,   and  for  tho | a"d, as the surrounding country was  best peck of-flax  ��������� an y International  currugated 2_--wheeI packer.  Corns, and wart!   disappear  treated with Holloway's   Corn  without leaving, a scar.;:  when  Cure  Shakespeare Exhibition  At the Shakespeare exhibition at  Earl's Court the-re Is:a, golden book  guarded by an attendant in brown  Elizabethan habit. Herein more or  Iobs distinguished visitors to "Shakespeare's England" are, invited to Inscribe their autographs, and many Interesting people from all parts of the  world have already done    so.       The    -   - - ,,'���������   x.--, ... other day Mr. Winston Churchill was  devil  of extraordinary, size came to  prevailed upon to write his name In  Her Yearning  Little Mnrjjrli* Louln leaned on hor  Rmndmamma'rt  knee   and   j-uzt'd   into  iipnce with n particularly soulful  ox-  *pr''Hnion.  Oh, grandmother, hIh* burnt, out.  suddenly. I Jiuit long to grow up and  be a big lady nnd have corns.  Strength,  "Rome Mclentist baa declared thnl  thore Is n������ much strength In three  eggs an there Is tn a pound ot buof-  tttenlr." mild tho observer.  "Well," replied tbo actor, Ml met nn  -���������rk once thnt would have oltniluiited  Ibe other two egg* trom that propoal*  A boatman sank a harpoon deep into  Its body, the harpoon being? secured  to the boat by a line. The sea devil  made oil at lightning speed. As tho  boat to which It waB attached passed  the buulu _tt_ii llw _w a llna, and twenty boats carrying 40 mon were towod  by the giant animal. , Thoy had stuck  to it for six hours, when lt headed out  toward the ocean- Then the men  raised the signal of distress and a  life-saving crow on Harbor iBland rowed ont and shot the monster.  tho   surface near  one of  the :'boats. | ^fs'^_ok; which has a������~the"nrBtTiani_  In it that of Queen Alexandra, foi  lowed immediately by the autograph  of her sister, the Empress Marie of  RuBBia. Ou the tlrst page alco,  among other autographs, are thoB������ of  i-riiicesa ViulurUi,' ?jlu*je AfihUl* ������"*���������*  Connaught, Lord Howe and Lady Rl-  pon.  new to the lady, she was anxious to  visit all the places of Interest in the  locality. ; Among the spots visited  was.the village churchyard, and there  the husband and wife paused before a  very elaborate tombstone, the property of the .bridegroom. The.bride, being a little short-sighted, asked him  to read the Inscription. In solemn  tones he read: '  Sacred to the memory of Ann, be-,  loved ..*ife of John���������; also Jane, beloved wife of John--���������; also Mary, beloved wife of John���������  He stopped abruptly. ."> .*��������� ��������� ?  What are the words beneath? lino-  cently asked the lady, and her horror  can be imagined,when ho rejid" -  Be yei also ready:   f'Y .'  -   '  7   ~f"  V  | uuu.  i;i*. .tli a ��������������������� /  "���������V*-.'1'"  l*;'V������.4r...',,.'..'vj������J|-  l.i,  ./.-doj>.i>^;.^/,  ��������� . '.,���������'���������',. . , ;,. ..������-,_-;  ,1,    .,, ".���������  Y._  I'.-, l'V������ '.-T '���������'.; ..'.���������   ���������" ���������-"���������I"������������������  ;���������������,4, -   -'/L^-l'l l~������KB..������fc������������v-'.H������-',-������f".*.  wiunMitwc^^  On Prlr������olpl*������.  Bert <nervouHly���������������l Uunrd pn tell mil  he wun goln' to Doit uie on principle after prayer* tonight. Whut's principle,  ItlllyV Hilly���������I think It'ii oomuwliurent  tlio bnclt. K������������r������. Tim Inst lime ho  riogi*'*'! mo on prlncl|>le I hfifl to M|t  Mldowiiyn for uioi'o'n a toruilght.*���������Lou.  i dun TIL -Jlus.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  w0m^mm^m*^i^t****mm^mmmm^mmmmm  Routing Ennui  Bllffklns and hlB wife live In one of  thoso fashionable, chlldloss apartment  hoiiHOB.     Tho visiting frlond sp*3ak*3.  Say, what boonme of tlmt prer.cv  bull terrier you used to have arouii.1  to koop Mrs. Bliffklns company during the day?  Tho management wouldn't stand  for lt so wo gave him away. Wo ventured a canary, but thoy kicked on  that. I suggested some goldfish, bat  Mrs. nUffkliiH said thoy romlndod h^t  ut swimming uniikes.  How did yon finally agrco  Nxi'Mllontly, I bought hor one of  thoso Mexican jumping bonus. it's  (into as lt can bo. Buy, CI urn. got  our Uttlo Pedro and /mako him do  Mo.no of his Btuntn.���������St. Louln Republic.  ^BBM<r **_i **.  llkk'mm*-  Onm W������V t������ LooU sit \t.  -A   nim������  uivniyi*  |*������U ���������������>  cnaler by  taking hlM wlfe'������ ndvlce."  "Ye**."    ������ni������wer''d     Mr.     Meek ton.  -VVII.-U 1I1UIK**        VUAAA        W������. M.--.-J    , ..  ...      . *'*    "  Appendicitis Causes  The question has again been raised  ln medict.l journals as to whether tho  lncrou-o In tho froqupney of appon-  dlcltls ln recent years may not bo due  to mlnuto particles of Iron. The old  millntonos that ground bo slowly and  ground Hinall enough In tho old days  have paused away, and lt Is nuapoctod  that those particles of Iron come from  tho rollers now used In grinding  whoat. Some medical authorities  Biiggest that thoHe partlcluu llnd  their way into tho njipondlx whoro  thoy form tho nucleus" of u conoro*  Hon. Oases nro o.lt.od whore bullets  nnd shot havo boon met with, having  como as a Hind of surgical dOHuoit to  lho, eating of game;v also bunches of  brlfltloa from a too vigorous use ot  tho toothbrush.���������Indianapolis' Nowfl.  Yes. 'confoHsed Mr. Borklns. ; It  servos mo right. T engaged the1- man  to move our gooda and I forgot to  aak hi in how much ho was going to  chargo pif: Cor tlw������ job. If over I do  such a thing again, Maria, you can  have my bead for a football.  It would be a good deal more profitable John, Bald Mrs. Dork Ins, to  cut It up Into billiard balls.���������Chicago  Tribune. ,. *  Chief Justice Story attended a public diuner at Boston at which Edward  Everett was present. Desiring to pay  a delicate compliment to the latter,.  the learned Judge proposed, us a volunteer toast:  Fame  follows   merit  wher  Everett  goes. ���������  ���������  / The brilliant scholar rose and re-  flponded: To whatever hoiffhtfl Judicial learning m_-y attain in thlB country, It will never get above one Btory.  The, applause which followed lasted  for twenty minutes.  A B|t Superctltious     ���������  My poor wlfo! Burled on a Friday,  tool      1 hop������* it won't bring jno bad  luck!���������Polo Melo.  Madge���������I thought you liked Charllo  hotter than Jack.  Marjorlp-���������But  Jack  has  proposed.  The Patient's Retort  *   "Doctor--Well, I hope you profited by  my advice? * ���������  Patlont-^Yofl, doctor;  but   not   no  much as yousdld.  W. N. U. 00-  A buMybody 14 ainaya mnlevoirnt.-  shUm.  Recently a number of Chlnono clill-  dren havo been found ln tho Htrni'tH  i,f Pavl., and I:;ken brfcr" *������'bf* nitvY*-  tral.ca an viuuvbonda. Thoso clilhlion  wen- brought In Kr^nco l������V hikiwiihii I  In pi'i'l'iinn aa a.'.rubat.iJ. After u few'  inoiithr. Ili.-lr pi ifonnancoB having lent  l heir noveliy and oeasod to all ran,  ii,, ,,,.-,., i.nttrinnn'l   Ibem   Tliev  have beiii liiUeii to tho Chlneiie |.������>.  nut Ion lo Im mult lioino. "������ai Hey  don't, want, to go home. Tho beautiful city of Pails Is moro to their  iiuiiui.  A Soft Snap  Tho Boy���������Hully gee! When I grow  up I'm goInK after a political job.  Tho Man���������What for?  The Roy���������flo'n I enn go to tho ball  gainoH ovtuy ul'Uunoun.  Much Alike  -Don't, nay you ain't dono  -An' why not?  -Itt'i'inmo   iluiL   luu t  tiouu  ContlRan-  nothln.'  Mndlnrnn-  CofltiKti"  l!illgil<*ii.  Madlgun���������Faith, I'm ghiil to hc-ftl' It,  for by the poweni, naythor am I.���������,  CutlioHc Btnndurd nnd Times.  Why Havo " Werves ���������? w  This la.thb reanon why women hnv������ * aervei." When thought* bert*"* *���������*��������� <������^w  oloi'dy nnd n**-*f>rfnlr������, Im-nlnr-i ln*> ������nd rltn wnrninrf*) of pain and distress are Sent ���������  llk������ flyin(" mottatfes throughout limbs and trame, MtrttijiUtwisy, uino tiiuou io ton, a,  womnnwtll lay tho oauno o( tho trouble to some defect at il.o i������olnl where she first  felt it. Is it a headache, a baokaohe, a sensation ot irritability or twitohin-J and  unoontrollablo nervouRneus, somethlni" must bo wronrf with the head or back, a  womnn naturally says, but all the tlmo the teal trouble very often centers in the  womanly organs. In nine cusett out ot l������ii the seat of the difficulty is here, und a'  womun should take rational treatment for Its cure, The looal disorder and inflam-  tnation of the delioato spooial organs of the sex should bo treafod steadily and  systenuttioally. .  Dr. Pierce, during ��������� Ion** period of pfautlee, found .that a prescription nude  Irnm mrrlioinul i-viruntunf iiutivi- r<������oiN.without llio use of uluuhol, iclltvod over 90  per cent, of nuoIi ouMe������.   After using this remedy for many years in his private prao-  Minily prrtnnrshle, and it oan he had ut any store where medioines are handled,  Mn������. T,rr.* Vt. Hawktwn, of 7,������*ns, V������., wrlt*i������r " I had been falllnir In health  for two yenrH���������nioKt of the time wns not able to attnnd to my household duties.  T, ;.���������;������������������',',.*��������� ".",',"-,;!::-.--"..", ���������,���������"'."; *"-.-��������� ^-r���������.;''���������'-'*���������"' T *ll,'������,���������" ������������������*���������*^T"���������, i'ai*v imd Uut, tbunWs t/������ llnii*''***  Plftroe'H mnd'iolnnH, I am woli and stronir again. I, took, only threw Imules ot' li'avor-  n.o iTtMi'i'ipMoii,' wun iirunl urn LuiiKiii Vu,ok,���������u4, * AA������Vk- ;.^������..;.i,'i������ wv.t> y.m!^ r~  Dootor Plmxe's woiidorful iiimlJi..llH><i."  TAKE DR, PIWRGB'S PLBA9ANT PEUXtfTS FOR UVBH UXS. r?i .-.^.s-m --sea -  >'" .i<v."kT'Vi       ;n~i        *\TZ      -|T~J       v    ���������        v_   >���������  S^ {    *'.   .Vn       ��������� r~t ���������  !���������������*._������'������,"   .  7  THE    CKESTGN ' E:_mEW.,i :?C_I^  ������������������^'^���������^Sii^  -Lu  iiityiriA d iU-Uivi_Kirib mum.  EFFECTS OF DIRE CALAMITY  i   >  Terrible  Ravages ol Storm Which Devastated the City,  Causing .Heavy   Loss   of   Life   and  Suffering---A  Bigger and Better Regina io Rise front Ruins  T_ .*.   nceiiiii,-  "ith a large portion of the   hr{f* Is _"-oc.c,e<Iin._ fine.     The task is  gifeantic, but witn hundreds of workmen engager" on it, already, some sem-  MOUNTEC*   POLICE   W   MANITOBAK p\  New Territory Will be Quite as Safe  to Live in as it Ever Was  Ottawa.���������An important arrangement for policing New Manitoba has  cometo the federal,and the Manitoba  governments.  In brief it is that the mounted po-  _*l t*������i_T  uuui max  -If  TEN  MILLION     DOLLAR    SYSTEM  OF   TERMINAL   WAREHOUSES  The   Grand ATrunk   Pacific   Proposals  , -       -      . , to Solve the Car Shortage Problem  bee wdl continue to do duty in the j in th��������� WBPt__wiii ps.iii.-i ri,ai������ .-._  territory added to Manitoba as they "."J til]y W������t���������Wi11 Build Cham of  did when  that territory - was part- of J     Warehouses Both East and West.  business, section lying in wreckage,  and street after street throughout ttte  -OUlhern aud centrai residential sections razed to the ground for' blocks  - ^in length, Regina is a city ojf ruins.  It    WHS    ���������"'    4������'������M/-������4>i������-   I,-,    tho    afiavi-imvn  when the cyclone struck the city and  "   In the history of tlie  West, no .su_h  storm has ever  been known.  Coming <from the south it dropped  just a few blocks north of the south-  'ti    *ern city limits,' cutting a swath several streets wide, right down into the  j   centre  of  the  city,   laying  buildings  flat in its   wake.       The   Methodist  and Baptist and Knox Churches, ail  magnificent structures, were the first*  ,o������ the large ^buildings struck-      The  former went with a crash .that s'oiuid-  ed above the howling of th** jwrw imd  the roar of the  cloudburst that accompanied the wind.  The greater part oL.the roof was  moved from the latter structure and  the, storm m Tved on across Victoria  Square, -removing the walls and roof  from the Y.M.C.A., badly wrecking  the magnificent aew public - library,  ^and passing thence to'the Presbyterian Church, which was but little better off than the Methodist.  The Y.M.C.A- was next in line, and  half of the building was demolished  Dn-the Instant. A few Binall buildings  -were moved from- their locations,  some beiug carried across the street.  and the Masonic Temple was next  attacked and nearly razed-  In the ,aext blopk to the west, and  o������M������ idrtaer nor lb, the telephone exchange stood practicallyv^y^itself, except for a few smail_r buildings. Upon thic the force of the storm had  instantaneous effect, laying the building flat, a big mass of wreckage, under which the girls were imprisoned.  The Massey-Harris offices and ware-  ; house, standing' beside the Canadian  Panifir. Railway yardf* wpt*a pranrloai-  ly* demolished and of the row of grain  elevators upon which the farmers of  the district are depending for the  storage of their crop this season, but  one remains, and that much damaged-  Over on the. north side of the tracks  i warehouses were destroyed right and  left.  One of*the large grain elevators  -'was picked up and thrown a distance  of 50 feet from its' foundations, landing on a freight train of goods and  cars. * One house barely on the edge  of the storm wats picked off its found-  *-,i*,������*rt^\     4 *.    ^*,..3.*_    IX     l...!...���������     ��������� . 1.. J     ... u.  _������.������..__   A.V. vluci   jo   uciug  evv/iveu  uuui  the chaos-caused by the cyclone. Good  work is being done 'too, in the repairing of the riamn������;ert resido-nc^s  capable ot being made"habitable. Several bund red carpenters are at work  and more are coming into the, city-  It has been suggested that, a special assessment should be'levied upon  the citizens at large to/raise #1.000,u00  or more, if necessary in order that  the ruined district mav be rebuilt  without delay. "    -  Contractors, glaziers, lumber merchants and hardware merchants were  never so rushed. Carloads of wih-  -dow glass *and other materials have  the Northwest Territories. c_> In other  words, the section of the north which  has not yet been allotted to any province.    ���������  Before the bill extending the boundary ot Manitoba up to Hudson bay,  the territory was policed by the^troop-  ers of the plains, and just as soon as  tl*S   QQw    +a\.ir.\ f r.*.\r    itfticj    rt^rl_fl    ir,    \f ���������n-  ��������� ��������� ������. ~-   ������������ ...... ^.A. ^ .. ....        .*���������.u>fc.S������ ...        .......  itoba It became evident that some provision would have to be made for policing.  The Manitoba government asked  the Ottawa government whether it  would not be willing to allow the  mounted police to continue their duties until _uch time as the province  could organize some extension of its  present provincial police force.  To this the Dominion was willing to  acquiesce,  but IL  was  a -question of  terms.      Those terms have now been  been ordered and rushed to the city J ai ranged, and the result will be that  Montreal.���������The organization of a  big conpany to estaDlish a chain ,of  terminal warehouses from' Montreal  to the Pacific coast in connection with  the Grand Trunk 'Pacific railway sys-  aSItj,   was  antiOuuoed  recently.  The, organization of the company  which will be knowfi as the "Grand  Trunk Terminals Warehouse *^o.  Limited," follows logically - on the  problems of railroad traffic congestion arising from the unparalleled  activity in ull lines of business  throughout Canada.  Contracts have been entered into  between the new company and the  Grand  Trunk,  and  Grand  Trunk Pa-  ' f-   "<%  mr^m       *������?.,  ������������������-Al-*!������  eyes of the wheat *t_4_de the world  over will be focused on *__ese crops.  Any rumor of damage will be reheet-  s>_ iu jiiguer pjjees. Harvest in the  Winter wheat sections of the States  has beenjfcept back by rains but cutting has advanced as far north as  Kansas. In the Southern states  yields are Jsiirly good but they are  expected to be smaller further north.  Conditions in other parts of the worid  for the week show little change. The  United Kingdom needs warmer weather,        ju   -t-iiSkja   tue      vrOig_,     u.i5U'i_t������  have suffered some damage from  drought and, rain is badly needed.  Elsewhere the er_p_outlook is generally favorable ' buf only, mo-eiafcfc  crops are expected. France aud  Germany continue to take an active  interest in arriving eaigo-s. Weekly  statistics show gradually uecreasinfe  stocks. The United States visible  supply decreased / 1,-18,000 bus.,  compared        with        a decrease  last week of 2,042,000 bus. ano  a decrease of 1,127,000 bus. a yeai  ago. The total is now 24,750.000 bub  almost the same as what it was last  Tiff   QINfiA-Yi VBfliw-^  'Kof  cine railwavs  hv whioh Hip n*>w cn.n \ year'       The  BuroPean    visible    thia  "���������.?"].__-!',���������? __n!'_._,eABe_,Wl?    week  is   92,944,000   bus.   against   5*7,-  to supply the army of workers with  the necessary materials for reconstruction and repairs." "  'The Commissioner in charge of tbe  work of tearing down old buildings,  the providing for temporary shelters  and the repair of more or less damaged houses, stated that large as wei������e  his gangs of workmen he had not  nearly enough and could use 1.&00  workmen from other towns. As the  city is considering the erection of  hundreds of houses there will be  plenty of work for ail. ; The trades  needed most are as follows:���������Carpenter's, bricklayers, electricians, plaster  ers and tinsmiths, although ther-? is  a dearth of all trades.  _ Apart ^Itc-gether   "from    ������n  ���������squarely, on' the  vacated  site-  '      The total  death  toilJTvas  28  lives  j witho-several- huadred more or-less ser-  ' iously injured:   .'  The work of clearing away ihe de-  plan              ,   . . .  . r a ��������� ���������   ........   ia...   .������_...... ** I        .  AVIXICAA    AAlAXjr     UC   AAOa>AAA<*AA    AAJJAAAA    ^W    1. aJ<A.aAA.%;        a  rebuilding. large amounts will be required for relief, scores if not hundreds of families having been stripped of everything they possessed.  The excellent spirit shown hy the citizens continues to be the bright spot  in the' calamity. A bigger and better Regina than ever appears td be  the ������_pnprill irrinftn nnil there <2t>em<?  to be little doubt but that the ghastly gash which now disfigures the city  will be speedily rebuilt on a scale  which will surpass that which marked it before.  One suggestion now under consideration is a proposal of Mayor McAra  that the city should utilize the pro-  .perty it possesses west of the city  and "erect 500 dwellings at a moderate  figure, which would be available for  rental or purchase by workmen and  others.  At a special meeting of the city-  council, a bylaw was rushed  through to iueeL preseut circumstances. All permits issued tor temporary buildings witliin fire limits will  have a time limit placed upon -them  and   will  have  to be  removed  by a  until Manitoba is ready, and able, to  take over the work of protecting the  north country, the mounted police will  do the work and a charge will be put  against the Manitoba account in the  Domin \,ii ledger. , -  Incidentally it may be added that  as a result of the new arrangement  a new mounted police post has be������?n  established at York factory. This  means, that three posts covered by  Manitoba and Ontario will be policed  by the force which has its headquarters at Regina.  Pullerton and Herschall. the two  most northerly posts of the mounted  polife will continue*- to be administered from Regini*. under orders fr^m Oi-  tava. as they are yet in the categorv  of being 'no man's land.' By which  is meanvt territory that none, of the  three provinces .are yet prepared to  take over.  certain u_.i������ to t-e Sxed.  \  !  ft,  Reciprocity With West Indies  Ottawa.���������Hon. ' J.   D-   Reid,   acting  minister  of    trade    and    commerce  through arrangements with the home  government, made, public the recipro--  cal tariff agreement entered into last  April between the Canadian government and -^ number of the islands in  ihe British .West Indies.     Briefly the  agreement provides for a preference  "of 20 per cent, of the existing raLes  ot duty upon a large number of articles specified in a schedule annexed,  with a minimum preference    in - the  ���������jase of flour and sugar.      Provision  Is made for taking in the islands of  the  West Indies  not parties  to  the  agreement as well as. Newfoundland,  within three years from the time it  somes Into force. JxXiy of the parties to  the agreement may provide that the  concessions granted shall not be applicable unless conveyed  by ship direct between tha two. countries concerned, provision being made in this  connection,   for ithe    regulation    of  freight rates by the Canadian government?     The  agreement  is   to . come  into   force  by   proclamation , after  it  has been fratified by the parties concerned, and the cocretary. of state for  the colonies, and may be terminated  at the en,d of  10 years on a year's  notice. Y  B-C.''-Lumber for Western Fairs  .-���������Vancouver, B.C.���������Four consign-  ipehts of perfect specimens oi'British  Columbia fir, cedar, spruca and hemlock are being seht to eastern cities  by the mlniater-of agriculture to show  the viBltora to tho ojchlbltioiiB this  year nt Toronto, Winnipeg, lloglna.  and 1-dmonton, what magnificent  timber Krows In BiitlBh Columbia.  The specimens wore specially- selected on Rhort notice by George U.  McKay, the Umbor inspector and  after being nawn and drossod at the  MaHtlnBs mill, are now ready toruhtp-  ment.  Woman Aviator  Killed  Boston.���������Miss Harriet Quimby. of  ,New York, the-first Woman to win  an aviator's license in America and  the first woman to cross the English'  Channel in an aeroplane was insta_it-  ly killed with hf*r passenger, VV. A.  P. Willard, manager of the Boston  aviation meet at Atlantic City, when  her Bleriot monoplane fell into Dorchester Ea> from a height of a thousand feet.  j Miss Quimby and Willard were returning from a trip over the harbor  to BoBton Light and back, a distance  of 20 mile*.  The flight wa3 made in 20 minutes.  Heading back into the 8-mlles gusty  wind Miss Quimby started a volplane.  One of ���������he gusts caught *the tail of  'the end of the-monoplane, throwing  the machine up perpendicular.  For an.instant It posed there.  Then Willard's body was thrown"  clear of the machine, followed immediately by Miss Quimby's. Hurling  over nnd over the two bodies shot  downward...striking the water twenty  feet from the1 shore. The monoplane  plunged down 15 feet awav. "The  'water was only five feet deep. 'Men  from the Savin Kill Yacht Club nearby were on the spot quickly and taping overboard from their motorboats  hauled the two bodies out of the mud  Into which' they had sunk deeply.  Death wnfl  'probably ' instantaneous.  GERMAN  D_TfENc������"lEAGUE  Imperial   Navy -Certain      .        '  L.ondon.���������The Standard says: "The  '-tjti^j -*j ������j������w -s eom'ng.     At the pre  sen. wc have the royal navy, the flept*-  , . . __.._���������      -.������     AA,. 1_*.^*������ _4������ 4-1-. ..  O.UU       9V1UC1.���������.A UllO      AJ4.       LAAA7 CVAAA& .        V.A ....A-  Uuitcd  Kingdom.      The time is  not  fap. distant whenvth^y will be f-aii'-  formed into the navy of the empire.  Sentiment  is  growing  in  Canada to  the height of national enthusiasm aG"-*  Canadian Ainisters are here to consider  the best  means  to give  effect  to it.    *As Mr. Foster said in his.fine  speech at the Dominion Day banquet:  Canada Is a little ashamed to sleep  any logger in    security    behind    the  floating- wall of steel provided-and naid  for by the people- of the United Kingdom-       Canadian   spirit resents ��������� that  position of inferiority  but if it be necessary to find some method by which  Canada will retain  sufficient control.,  whether the desired consummation be^  reached by giving the Dominion seats  on the council of imoerial defence' or  by the creation of a hoard of adrgiral-  t-  fop the whol*"* PTupirp or by other  mean*-* we r-hal!  Know- in due course  perhaps,  before  the  end  of the pre  Cr.*-***-.*.       etirrimof  pany undertakes to establish and operate a chain of warehouses aercs,s  Canada, tup. railroad companies on the  other hand agreeing to turn over to  the new company all its warehousing  business at the various points for a  period of thirty years.   ���������  The importance of this from a railroad standpoint is that it promises  relief for the Grand Trunk and Grand  Trunk Pacific in the. matter of car  shortage, one of the most difficult  problems with which traffic managers  in Canada are now confronted.  The first chain of warehouses will  take in Montreal, Toronto, Fort William, Winnip-g, Calgary, Edmonton.  Vancouver and Prince Rupert. Once  this chain is' established; which- will  be in a very short time, steps will  be taken to enlarge it by additional  ,-rlants at points where business will  demand it.  As a preliminary step the property  J      J.JJ.���������     avj.ua. tA _c* a      .fS.Ciiou5i__     COaaa-  pany on Commissioners street, has  been purchased, and within the next  fifteen days work will be started by  the new company, which' will Increase  the capacity of that plant threefold.  J. E. Greenshields, K.C., is the  moving spirit in thf new company.  The close  connection  between  the  IK.wif'       i_uiU(in'ij        *Xx.t\x       l AX.G       _. v* v/       a Ori-Al. v>������*M  systems is indicated uot only by the  fact that the Grand Trunk has allow  Vd the use of its nam** to the "Grand  Trunk Terminals Warehouse com-  T,an--r " but ������-l������*c iti the 2.nnQu_.cen_e_._  that three prominent officials of the  railroads will be aruo^S its directors.  The eaoltal of the comoanv will be  $10 000 000 bonds of which $5,000,000  will be issued $ft the present time, aud  $6 500,000 common stock. The first  offering of the bonds was made privately   by   the   Quebec   Savings   and  L-MSSON      !!.���������-THIRD  FOR  JULY. 14,   1912.  QUABTER/F'-"  ?4  'VYl!  "*��������� j***?!  100,000 bus. last week a decrease o:  4,156.000 bus. against n decrease Tire  vious  week  of  252,000    bus.        Last.  year-there was a decrease of 5,1000a  .00,   bus.   when   total   was   83,000,0(H'  bus.        World s      shipments     were.  American    4,056,000    bus.;     Russian  2,024,000 bus.; Danubiau, 824.000 bus.;  Indian,  2,504,800  bus.:   Argentine,  2-  832,000 bus.;  Australia_t, 0.6,000 bus  Chili  and  North Africa  240,000  bus.,  making a total    of    13,1.6,000    busv  compared   with   14,768,000   bus.   Drev-  ious week and 11,632,000 bus. a y.ai  ago.  The Winnipeg .market has been active and higher as-tar. as trading ir.  tuturec was concerned, traders anticipating damage by the hot drj  weather. One and two northern i-.  scarce and has advanced le. on bettei  O.A������..4������,������.   41..��������� ^^    ,r. ....��������� j,, , .  v-_.vl_i. j   AAiyEU  A__._l._lll   l._j.l<P.*S  UUt *jt_L_.  grades are slow_ and snow practical!}  Ku CAAauges, iii ract tnere are uo buyers to-day for either No. 4 or No 6  Stocks      at      Terminal ���������.. elevators  ._ ��������� ������������������ ' ' '  I  1*46.  Text of the Lesson,    Mark    iv., "-1-20. i^Jg  ft-einory   i/erse,   20.���������;tioi(!.n   Text,  Jas.     1-21���������Commehiary     Pr&parsti  by Rev. Dr M.-SteaiviB.     \  'Jesus went about all Ghlilee teaching m tueij- synagogues, \ajia preacn-  in������  tue  gospel  oi  tne Kiit^dom. and'  healing ail manner of suckness .and  an maimer oi aisease,among tne" pea-    .  pie.' ���������������������������Annoijued,   With ���������'the   "'Holy    *tf!  Onost and with power, He went about .?"%|  aoittg good aud neaung aii mat-were *?'?li  oppres-eo, ot the uevii, tor God?^va3 ,./l|l  with iriim," (Matt, iv, 2_; -Acts x,.8;. ^ t$l  'I'l-itj      ������. V*_'J^      A.V.-.4���������      ^.'-. ������. ������-- *������ ��������� ���������*:*V  _���������>.   0.^U^  .ui/ii,  ui  o_j jptur-     J8������   iu.      . xsg,  Kingaom foreshadowed in the iibjxun- titilM  iou over aii things gi anted* to. Adam -. y^������  and Eve and consmiiiAiated when the ). ;M  _ingdorns o������ this wond shall have be-*. '^|  oome the kingdom oi our JLord and of ? ;ffe.  His Christ, and he shall reign for ever "> ,l|j1  aud ever (Gen. i, 2b-28; Rev. xi, 15;, Y Sll  After Adanj lost the dominion-1 byi Us-    ?|pi  tening to the devil, handing^ the do-  '"-fill  mmion over to him and thus bKing-   ;"|i?|  j uig sin and the chrse upon -our- I'ace      ::!?!_  aiid the earth, Goa began to reveal by - ?"|������  type apd plain statement a, R'^deeiner  and a redemption and a restoration of  j.11  that  was)  lost by  sin.      The" Redeemer is first mentioned as the'seed  oi the woman, th& redwHiptioi-- is. set  forth'in the sacrifice which'provided  -he coats of iskins, and the restoration     $|I  is seen in ihe cherubim (Gen. iii-; 15, * %l  21, 24).      Later it was revealed >that "  :he .Redeemer would  be the seed of -  Abre,h-.m, having a special people on. ��������� *j;*S^i  sarth called Israel, the twelve tribe*. **-^:  from the twelve sons of Jacob,\and    'fWi  that through them all nations would - ������H  be blessed.     Still later it was reyeal-  sd to David that the Lord's anointed  would proceed    Him,   sit    upon "His  throne stnd reign forever, and to Him "'*^  -jive  all  the  prophets  witness.    Matthew's erospel opens with a statement  concerning- Jesus Christ,  the Son o?  ���������1  '.-4.S _  ���������*5S_  ���������JiWl  ......  _ ~-j-  fv-    , ^  koku,    luc   SsOtX   \tx   A.i>A*^Uci,Ui.,    tjie   GB.3  ���������n  whom all the" promises  would be  -USAUW s   .  PORT NELSON   IS  FAVORED  Trust company, and it was stated  that although there had so far been  ho public announcement of the issue  upwards of one million dollars of the  Issue had been taken...   . *-  TwV H-iREFT  REPORT  -,-_j_t     *���������?**__._.������_������_������      -----i **/������_-.  are     decreasing     slowly     although    falfilled-     During His public ministry  outward shipments,       for        tht   ,3f three or four years and also during  week     were      more     than        thret   t!ie forty days between His ..resurrec-'  .ion and ascension the kingdom was  His one great   topic,    but   those    to  whom He    specially    came    despised  and rejected Him, asked for a murderer mst-aa of Him, said, "We have no  king but Caesar,", and cried concerning Jesus Christ, "Crucify Him, crucify __im!"      It was after they determined io kill Him that He began to  teach in parables as in the lesson .ol  today, which is recorded also in Matt,  xiu, 1.      "The same day went Jesus  out of* the'house and sat by the seaside," are very suggestive of the fact  that He was about to leave the house  ot Israel and gather from the sea of  nations a special people for,a s.ecial  purpose.     In Heb. _ii, 5, 6, we read of  Moses faithful in all his house as a  -servant and of Christ as a Sou over  Kis own house.     In Matt, xxiii, 38, 39,  Jesus said, "Behbldyour bouse is left  unto you desolate, for. I say unto-you  ye shall not see Me henceforth till ye  ���������-.hall fry. BlesseJ is He that'eometh  in the name of the jL-ord-"      We are  waitint; for that "till," or as, it is in  times larger than they were a yeai  ago, but rec_ipts from the country  are running correspondingly larger  than a year ano. Todav's cash  prices are 1 Nor., 108^c;" 2 Nor.  lOo^c; 3 Nor- 100-?ic; No. 5 whea.  T6%c; feed, 56c; No. 3 Alberta R_o  Winter 99*/2c; No. 4 A.R., 2Qy2i -futures closed July 108 "^c: Octohe*  38%c.  Oats���������  The enquiry for the higher grades  continue very dull, and prices are off  */_c. There is still a demand for extra one feed and low grades and values for the week are Mc to %c higher- Arrivals at i**ort ' William and  Port Arthur are disappointing, as an  ?iii!  '������f  IiIb  '���������tim  .,:._Bl.l  Hi  A*A ������      J.ISIAAA ���������  Montreal. Gazette   Reports  Choice  of  Hudson   Bay  Terminal y  Montreal.���������The Gazette says it is  understood that Port Nelson has  been ^chosen i*s the terminus' of ftud-  Foh Bay for the railway w*wch J D  Me Arthur is building from Lepas the  decision having been reached by the  minister of railways" and canals, after  ibcelving full and complete rf'i.'O.'.s  Irom cnginpsf-rs and olhir pxm-vts who!"  bnve been ,weighi:ir-- the clmi-i- ;i������*t;  forth ln fa\6r of Ao -wo pO'-t, oi Nelson and Churchi'u  The Gazette also states tha", officii",!  announcements state that the contract has been signed for Lhe subsidy  of $6,600 per mile voted at tho hint  session to the North Bay:Railway <������f  Canada, composed of Montreal ��������� capitalists with headquarters ,in this city  The organization of this company is  about complete and the capital is $10.-  000,000.  The-Dominion subsidy will amount  to S3,200,000 while.Sir Lomer. Gouin,  Premier of Quebec, has provided for  ii grant of 4.000 acres per mile.  DUCHESS   MAY  COME  Her Royal HlQhneu Will Not Attend  Official Functions  Ottawa.���������Tho following announce,  mont won given out at government  "noun-: "AUhuiiiiii tho health of tho  Duchess of Connaught has Improved  tto much that Hor Roynl T-Hk1uioi*h  hopon to ho nblo to nr-onmpany THw  itoynl Illghr.oHs the govornor-gom'riU  Yo the nmrit.imi* pro������lutM*rt and on tho  wpBtor* tour, It Is not oxpectod that,  Hor Uoyal HlghneHt, will attend any  ofuelal functions."  SB  Plot to Adsjnnnlnatn Lord Kitchener  tiondon.���������A upoolal dospateh to tlio  Dally Mall from Cairo states that tho  BrUIuh udvlnor lo the nihihiliy of tho  interior, the puuitc proHocuior, uml  *������������������{������������ eojnmitnd'int of tb<* ^nlvn jiollfo.  conferred v,'Ith Lord K itch oner and lt  !h nncloratood that tho conference wiih  connoeted with the iillogod dlncovery  of a coUHplracy to asHHHfllnato    Mo*  ll.AUIIlKUl I. .lull,I Ajillll, j.,1 , ,.i,>i.,,M, in i>>>.  ������>rt.,������.r.l1     t n-*A    Vlff*1i4*.������tr>������"   on/1    MlO   VIlO"  dfv������*. four poi'HoiiM huvo boon nr-  rontod in London na miHpecto and the  iuvestlBatlou la contlnuhiK.  Conducting! Campaign to Have Army1  Strength  Auninented   v  Berlin.���������Unofflolal military experts  I_d by the nowly founded 'Defence  League,' are already dissatisfied  with tho now law Btrongthenlng  the army. Thero aro sign* of a vigorous wrltntlon to show that thoGer*  man army Is In soui'o. department-  Inferior to tho French In Btrength  and Ir o*'i"r daprirtrnmitB Inferior In  organization. Tho 'Dofonco Lougne'  hiiM IhbuocI a pamphlol. on "The. Deficiency or tho Army Measures' in  which tho Army in roproHented as unlit for u I-uropomi struggle.  The pamphlet declares that Gor-  man'B Infiititry atrength Ib below that  ol France, 11. puis tho French Infantry of the lino at. 6B0 battalions, Including ' thlrty-nlno battalion������ of tho  colonial Infantry now stationed In  Franco, and the German strength as  uuiy Ga)". Li.dUillou.s. lliulei' llu- new  Gorman law tho Oorman Bt.renKthxWlll  jtrudnally reach 01*1 battalions,' aud  tho Fienoh ntrongth uudor tho now  law, 675,  Will   la������ue  Bonds for  B.C.  Soon  Vancouver, B-C.���������Arriingomentu for  a flrKt. Ihhiio in London of $5,000,000  hornlii  of  tho   Pacific  Great   l.iiHl.orn  llallvvny to run from North Vancouv-  1)1-   l.(i   1'iiii   (jiii|-(i������  liiilu   ii.il',l   wlikii'.liwi.  fully  earn*������lii*oil  Conslrnotion work '���������will be started  In the \w\l low weukti al. u jiolul. Im-  tween the HOiithcrn tormlmiw find  Newport at tlio head of Jl-lowo Bound.  nuiiln toilnv bv D'Arev Tato. vlce-  proHldent find tnnnni*������>r of tho pro-  pOHi'd road, who reached here lmit  night dlr*M*t from London.  Sewing Machines-In"Demand In Orient  ��������� Vancouver.���������That a 'Stitch in time  savea nine* is a household proverb in  the Orient as well as in the Occident,  iH evident. If one might Judge from the  lorgo quantity of Bowing machines  which the C.P.R. liuerrt take acrofls  tho water.  ' The llnor Monteagle haB 200 tons of  the-0 articles and thoy will go to Yokohama, Koobe, Hong Kong and  Shanghai.  Every  City Should   Have   University  London.���������The oonur<*8������ of milv_r-  hitlciB of the Emplro openel hui'e r.t  the Imperial Institute, lflarl Roisoti-iir-  '������������������., lu welcoming tho deloBnt.'".? eou-  trauteil tho old style nnlvorslty with  the new, which planted itBolf In the  mltldlo of the groat busy pities, their  work was done nobly for centuries,  but with the InoroaHlng complicatlonB  ot civilivuftIan ovory'groat city roquirofl  itH    IIWII     UlUVUinSL.V.  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  Winnipeg June 26.���������The Canadian  Northwest when it comes to the subject of weather is certainly a, land of  extremes and it speaks volumes for  the hardiness of the wheat plant when  one considers what it has to go  through before maturity is reached.  Last week we mentioned the abnormal cold weather for the trnip of the  year as a probable higher price factor there being Quite a few complaints  in regard to retarded growth. This  week ve have had the opposite extreme and the fear that* the extreme  hot dry weather would continue,  started a fair sized crop scare. It  began to warm up Saturday and on  Sunday and Monday the heat was Intense. The heat would not have  been so bad bad it not been accompanied by a scorching south wind. By  JVIoiiday. - the trade was becoming  alarmed ��������� and markets began to advance excitedly, Minneapolis Sept. going up 2J/_u in-the day and Winnipeg  Oct.     Wi- Tuesday     morning's  weather map showed no moisture in  the West and prices had a furttos'.  advance but the .temperature was  much cooler Alilch together, with .fir* -  et fits of Bhowern CR'userl a-reaction in  prices. Today there were reports pf  showers at a few placets und ���������mark.**,'������������������  are . much?easier uguiu- Ilow.vtr  values show a fair advance for the  week, .with the exception ������^Minneapolis Culy which Bhows a decline of  v'-C, the United States markets "am  V_c to 1%<5. higher and Winnipeg -Tic  to 1*4,0. up. the largest advances on  the new crop futures. It. Is a quoH-  tion whether, or not any damage has  been dono by the heat but 11' It. hud  continued for Bay a weoK or ten dayB  serious damage would have been the  result. There Ib no doubt rain would  be welcomed wherever the land 1_  light but what Is now needed ia fairly  warm weather nnd occasional  showers. Ruins havo como iu Umu  to prevent nny deterioration In Southern Alberta and prospects there are  very br/ght lor a .heavy, yield.   Today  to be heating or already heated.  More inspection certificates have been  changed on oats during the past ten  days than ever before in the histor,  of the trade. Today's values are:  S C.Vv*. u_.L_, 4S-Ac; tux l _���������_!., _3*3&e,"  1 Fd., 43c I 2 Fd- -Icr Futures closed'  July, 4_%c; October, .S1^-  Barley���������^  Enquiry has improved, "and buv ���������*������  are iu the market for all grades? Today's  prices   are No.  3.  58c;   No.  -I,  5Gc; Rejected, 48c; Feed 4Sc.  Flax��������� ' v  Has had a decline of 10c. per bu-h-V  ol- Receipts have been 'exceptional  Jy large, and more than the demaud  called for. To-day's values aro  Itej., $1.82;_Condemned, $1.37. Ih'  Juiy future closed at $1.97.  All prices quoted above are based  on delivery in store Fort William aud  Port Arthur.  mm  tim*  ^..^^fl  il  Luke xix, 13, "occupy till I come," and JigUm  in 1 Cor. xi,.,26,   .''Shew   the - Lord's   ^||fg|  ���������'YWI'k  m  i-feiiil  '**���������  KRUPP   FIRM   IS  CENTURY  OLD  Colonel Thinks New Party Necesunry  Oyt.k-r P.'iy. N.V.- -l nhnll of couri'.o  contiiino to stand for tho progroHslvo  nomination, said Roosevelt nftor ho  heard ot tho nomination of Woodrow  WIJbou. Tho former preBldont Minted  bin belief that ovonts in tho Doiih ratio us well uh In tin1' Uopuhllcan con,-  vontlon demouBtrutod tho nood of a  now party.  To Repre������ent Canada  Oil,. S-..1,       J.  .11.    ., Ii.llll,,,     !,,������.,    ..A.  Monster Celebration to be    Held    in  August at Essen���������Kaiser to Attend  Berlin.���������In August of this year the  famous firm of. Krupp in Essen will  celebrate -Its centenary and it goes  v/ithout saying that such an event  ���������will nc", pass unnoticed in a country,  like this, a graat part of whose power  was built up by Krupp guns. The  festivities indeed will be of. great imposing and warlike charac'ter and will  be honored by the, presence of the  Kaiser, who is an Intimate friend of  the Krupp family, members of which  are said to have helped him out of  many financial ditficuitles.    ���������  -V*>?th������Y flrflt day of the Jubilee, the  Kaiser will arrive .from T-i-rlin on his  famous special train and will be the  guost of the Krupp family at the Hue-  gel V(lla, a palace which in splendor'  surpasses  many Af ihls  own  castles'.  After an oillclnl reception in the  city hall of Essen by the civic and  ecclesiastical authorities, tlie Kajser,  will confer decorations on- f)()0* of  Krupp employe.!!, who' have**boon In  the firm's service for twenty live  yenrs- Y-'.. .. ,  Tho great event of the gathering  will be a brilliant costume tournament, arranged to represent tho passing of th'. ancient forma of arnmnifnit  -to the mont inodi-in type of dwiUi-dt-ul-  'Ihg-'onglnoH of war, upoclul attention  bolng  given  to  the  development  of  corveispondent In Siv.dcntchowan writ-  ton u������dor tbito of 24th f������������Bt��������� in which  he Btntea, "The laBt throo days havu  been hot with uh; yoRt.erday very hot  aud today jiromlacH another hot day  lJUo ,vi uli-ji'.'i.v. F.-irmi-t:*, on bo .ivy  land, whore cropn for tho piiBt three  or four yearn on account of nn unusual ii mount of rain wore too heavy  in Btraw, Into ln maturing, giving four'  or five whoat. although a big yield* are  d-Hghtod with llihi lino weather for  thoy anticipate nn oarly hitrvout and  extra No. 1 wheat. On tho lighter  hoU to tho Hoiilh thoy can lulto ruin  at any tlmo. Burring a continuation  cf hi;;J*. It'jnjionMm'" *Hth no r������������mr />,,rt-  d'.t'on.* at |))''*'*ent In the ������������������������������������rh'.'** wheat  cropa nil bolli nWI������'������ of tlio IntoriuHiou-  al 11 no uio I'nvorahlo. Willi u tort*,-  lory oxtoiulliig from Mlnnrapolln In  i.dmontun lu loiiRtli ami uourly an  ...M������ u {u mir<MiM<nuit<ln to uunrifvMi  Mr������. Yomigbrldo���������My   husband   Im | thnt      conditions      will      bo      pi>r-  vorv determined;   ho never i;ivoh un. | toot.       \n      uii       d.dim.       iu       iim  Mrs.    KlosollBt      (Badly)-���������NoiUior   muno     time,   any     change will   bo  dooa mine,���������Bouton Tranucript, j for the womc and ffom noNy on tho  gunnery,  we received a lottor from a reliable*-*    it will bo begin with a griv.nl mili  tary display of tho tlmo of the  Fm  poror Maximilian 1. in    which    bun  dredn of employooa of tho firm, from  Herr Krupp von Bohlon-llalbaoU him-  self down to the humbllot*t. raukti. will  In tho tournament, 2f>0 ex-offlcoi-B of  the Oorman army, In shining armor  of tho period, mohnted on gaily ca-  parlfioned   chargers,   will   rIiow  their  dea.1"1! till He come " or 'n Bzek. xvi  27;  Acts ill," 21,  ������,*i' will overturn till  He come*-whom the heavens must* re-,  ceive  until  the   times- of resiaration-  of all things "which God*hath-spoken*' ,v.....  by  the  mouth  of  all  His holy^*KK" f?!#  phets."    The" kingdom".is no mystery; tiWy.  but one of. the plainest thlug\i reyeal-A. ZtiM,  ed in the Scriptures, but that the klng~*,Y  dom which was at   hand   should    be- ���������?  postponed and an age 'intervene her- tiy  tween Its rejection    and    its    actuat.-incoming was something not before re--"%  vealed, and only fully revealed later   ti  to Paul, as he states in Eph/ III and  ii ?  elsewhere.      This   age  in  which  wo   ?i  still live Is    covered    by   the    seven '-?  parables of Matt,   xlli,   the   flrsf  of ?'til  which  nnd   its   explanation  we  have   ?  In our lesson In-Mark today. He spoke   ?  the parable tp the.multitudes, but ex-   ?  plained It to *Hls disciples When alone ;'  with  them,  Baying,  "Unto you  It  Is  given   to  know, the  mystery  of jthe ?  kingdom of Gpd. but unto them that.    ,  are Without all these things are done  '  in harableB."     Then I.e?gaVe the reaY ?  son i-(verses 10-12).     Iu verso |3 He'.-' ���������  seeijtis  to indlcjite that this parable    ���������  of the Bower is a key to aH,..the, par-' 'titi.  ables or that  this one  Is  so , slmph  that If they; ^understood ������������������ !<��������� motj ?It ' ?  would be idliTlcult 'for.. thpyn vtqf'^pde'r-,'''.'.  i-tiind anyi      With-   the    explanation  given so fully by. Himself, np?fiir.her  oomm^Vii' i������ noeoBsai'y.    'Let ���������iai,'liow-    -  wVi-r,  note  carefully  that  the   great   ?  work  given, ub   Is, to, sow?dlHgoutly  the Incorruptible Beed of the word chH-  God (Luko vlll, 11:  1 Pet. 1, 20), fe-  .mcmbcrlng that He will watch over It  and it will not 1'ulMo accoinpllBh His  pleasure {Jer. v, 12, R.V;Tfla. Iv. 'il).    ,  The devil is always ready to snatch '  away the the word lcBt, people* .should  bcllovii and bo saved.     He Is the god  .if this world, blinding the minds of  those who bolioyo not (11-Cor: lv, 4),  The thing to -clo'lH to reci-lvo the word  with mnekneas and bring forth fruit  with patlcnco  (Jas. 1, 21; .Luke vlll,  1RV     If we. are true believors, Baved,  fully and  lornvor hy the great saorl-  flco'of Christ, wo will, by Hla grjice  linvo victory  over the  cards of 'this  world, tho deeoltfnlnoBB of riches, the  pleasures of tills  life and  tho  lustB  oC all other things which might choke  the word and    hinder    our    fruitful-  I10BB. i  Dr. Torrance> Returns  Ottawa,���������-Ur. Torrauco, ot VVluni-  pog.'who won , iiont, to TCuroj)*' ������6mo  time ago by tho donurtmont of agrl-  cultiii'o to mak'o a Bludy *?f Kuropfou  mol.hoilB to provoht the I'pro'td of Jo'ou*'-  4    ,       11,1 ,,) *1 ,,������,..*.,       ...A.)       .,,',,.I.      .* |, ,*...*. fe%.A.  Canadian rci>ri'!*ont:.itlvo ;il the i-oo-  oiul IntoriiiiUonal Moral Hduo-atloji  CongroBB, to bo hold at Tho Hague  from August 2Und to 27th.  Italy  Not Grttino American Gold  Homo.*���������-In   JtjiHun   niumelnl   olr.olOH  It In oinphatloally idated thoro h no   tulhm ih'roat  lo iv hi I Into ngaln-if t!u������ '  foundntlon  for    tho deal    n-i|>ni'oiif)y ' Unlfod  l-hntos.  If  American  Hhlnnlng ���������  Should Follow Cnnada  r*;vdivi*y.  Nt-w    South    AVfi1<*-i,-l-rrho  Dally 'Tcilogriiph, roferrliig U) tho Can.  ourroiit  in   Wall  itiioot  thui   gold  ox-  (ni, in   uuui   i in    \....iv,,   .....II,,, ,.,i    ;,.,..  lug thoir way lndiroi'tiy to UU_ oouu-  try.  or  tlio  I'annma r< i-oivob iiroirroniiui.  , .xi.,  1.4 I .Al.llll.lll ,     11,.)-,,->. ��������� ,,.,,     >,..,������������������     I/,,,,. _VM������.������  trioH Imihkii'h C'mudu should    Iih'j'iam  dlfforoiitlul Autt������. ii?"--1���������il, inn,,..,    ,,    .,   ,    ���������.....���������,  *(,'. ,v'������_lVVl *    s<* V.   .1'  *,v I  ,   * *v    -*   ���������*���������"   i   '.     .   ' i ** "i    **"������������������ i ���������     -> ������        ������,     \  ^   r  ���������/.  . . . "A  Hi*  |'"i i ,i''"'W'*W1fBl^^'J''-'w'Bgge*^^'?^;*-^;**''i  ^HE   ORESTON    REVIEW,    CBESTON,    B.C.  ,. . ��������� ������������������������������������".���������. . ..-������������������ -,:���������:'"   - ���������         -    *��������� ��������� -, -     * i I  '���������ji^^lyiBBafWHa^^ 1 yt.nl. bach fro Vancouver  to be ready)  _537  _-si-_i__<;__^____ jc-KS*-. ffigip jj?i_  4-3S47���������-iti ������&!&'_������-   QBE*/ ������Sia|tfB^:-fl3_ fiS? __������ ,saa������-'_H_ vaw _*.������  have proven the  ���������**  *  f<  ���������se.  _gaad__������������Rei-i������-aafig������^  ������_r  2s*f a������jsj     ^^*f*i  _������/  iS^s_i������-i_lr.  ������-   as jw  xrv^Ksr S&'TSSr \A^ _*b *__  l������^ gim2S     Qumris 0SmBO     Bimii &aii&ns $f* TS pes* dozen  e~Bmmm**  m*  ^tm^^iS4^^\m^i^^raess^j^.<i  B .nsu re Your Live  1 WITH THE  Of-'York, England.  Established Oyer Thros-feurth of a Century  Capital - - $5*000,000  Reserve Fund - - - $13,000,000^  Claims ��������� Paid - - -' $30,000,000  ~ JS   B    '   Bs'V WW  S-i9W.sa.asai  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  ���������jS  _  Church  Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services wiii be held every Sunday as  follows:  ���������Morning*-'  ��������� !������.*������������������_ ning   -  Sabbath" School  -,.7:30 *���������"*. 111.  2:_0 i>. iu.  j_k OAni'  V .->. 1      .. ..r.     ��������� ...v....-.A.. ...      ...        1........     ...-AT,  _.*..!     ������.fc���������       .WAV-11IIC      et*       LlUL,        AVti.1  Fivu lj. Carpenter  Pastot  in, for the convention.  89 Tiu'til.'.y morning tho convention'  started with a good will and everybody seemed very enthusiastic in tho  work.    So many good reports  wero  given and all wore _o full nf duvv and  i '  1 helpfulness that I would like to bo  able to give them sill in full. j  1  __.i_h  session  was opened  bydevo-1  tional  exercises  and   reading   of   the  miuut-s and report- from the Varum*1-*  departments  were   submitted    which  si*M>\\-it    tll.lt    \-l>    I"uci.hu .igiujj   pi'l-  grcss bad been made during  the year.  Mrs. Willo.soroft ol' Victoria gave an  exeell.'P.t paper o.i ������������������Womens' Place in  Imliv-itevy."   She said. ' Tins problem  of woman's   place   in   the   industrial  world is a dillluult ono to ������ottlo parti, ulnvly    the   quest ion   of   womens  wages which sho thinks cannot be adjusted without, legislation, niul women  can never get   hor duo  until she can  vote.    Hipuil pay for men and women  has long been .advocated, but this sho  feared would have a tendency to dr,ive.  women out, of the labor market, since  in  rompotitiou  with man who takes  up labor for life,   while most woiuoii  liksi ������entistry  at  Reasonable prices  w  w  "������9  --rrv  I  BO. Lass SravETsroB akz������ abckitec-  g ���������������������������   jf  i For the next thirty days 1  ���������* ~ ���������      ~     ������  Plana and Specifications  - _3������vx.  DENTISTRY  . U. E. HAIX D. D, S.  Office   over  Prank Parks Hardware  rgfcss���������������Baker Street.  PRIil'.m'TWIJl A v  3. vviA.*vj  evt-ry  Suxnut^  ami 7 SHI p. ni.  Sabbath School at 10 ;i, m.  Adult T-ible   ..^Lnss .*it close of evening service.  \V. ti. BLiaVKK  To-day's Ford is to-morrow's car. The  buying world has come to undersLaiid  that excessive weight 4\t   an   automobile  ' *f  spells   danger���������and   neediest,    expense.  Vanadium steel has solved  the problem.  To-day's   light,   strong, Vanadium-built1  Foid ii tomorrow's car.  More than 75,000 now Fords into sorvioe this season���������  proof that they must be r'ght. Three passenger Roadster ���������J.T7.")���������five passenger touring car .1*850���������delivery car  $875���������f. 9. b. Wnlkerville, Out., with all equipment  Catalogue from Kootenay Garage Company of Creston,'  U. S. Bevan, manager���������or direct from Walkerville.  i  ������������������/-_-,  I   \X-lll     drive  10 Percent Discount 1  -t? ���������        . ���������_*.--  p on all work if you bring ������|  MRR nTJFA_ HiL'R  cimiwi  *4-������ fl^ &������. alB       WSHh-aV  ������* this announcement.  ���������T1--A NT. ROOK.  B, C.  _������  -.���������>-.  ���������mJf  Hi  ffl:  n*%  ���������%  /rr.  3^������"a:-������2������������S_S������33S������.:������������=������:-������!������#'  & 4 Z������i.kr SIocBaS. ������. Sor. ISivwsid.  A  ���������><-_<-_>mmxmA eSmm^mmmtmmx *?'?_j������aI-  a coy was u ^5ry__3B\ w������������*?������-.  nrnniiT nr fsniii.TsiTifss!  ncruni ur_urfymim���������  W.w. s  .-W.    TT-IUCU    JL>'lSCs  Live Question     '  look upon   it   onlj'   as   a   temporary  means of support, she is not likely  to  i>i> so mueb  in'earnest or so'.ifleient.  She also has uot always the powers of  endurance of a man.   Trade unionism  among women lias done considerable  to improve her wages, as the improvement  which has taken  place in the  condition  of  tho laundry workers of  New York and among the sweating  trades of ���������the stttii.   .U'vv    Howiivi.'v it-  is very difficult to '.arrive at any really  etfective organization of labor owing"'  to the competition  of incoming   immigrants who in a   measui*e cpniiter-  a'et the good work d6ue by organizations but in so far as possible women  should organize themselves into trade  unions.    Owing to  the keen competition to which hejis subjected, it is not  always possible for the employer to  .   -_S  H :���������.-���������������������������  ���������   I      a  m m IA ia oxa as*. ***#a*, jss. mimtm  iLiiiii^grPiiiii  1/ ������_<4J4t_<->*  B ��������� *m J*x mm. *m h _������. ^a_  hue Otis ies  n r  and  iTAI"ft  ���������  All   OUT   tVPf****  flfP   TTrvm-fi ������Tit-_-viir^T  nr*A   rmt.>*r%+--,i>ax������>.A  *-<-  "*������������������*"���������**      -_r fc*   ��������� ������. __���������!_.       __._^ v .������... ������_.     -_^. av   "^-    . r    +-m.    U>_A\A      ������^ ������Mt.-^,X Ml_.tVV.Vi      mmX.  to name.    We carry  all the  leading   varieties   most  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock   X-  on three-year-old whole roots. a  \ -A������-   ���������  For further particulars ar.Dlv to onr loral Aorp-j.t.  " loco, Box 399 Creston, BoC-  _v  GUY   LOWHJNB^KG  OONBDXTINO   ENG-NEEB  CRESTON     -       -      B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & cO.  Beal Estate and Insurance.  ITKDU HBeatt.  I CRANBROOK  - 5. C.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  jas. h; schofield  ��������� Bite, Life and Aooident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -       -       -   B.C.  The  Funeral Director  All the Very Latest Styles in La-  . dies' Hats,  Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  Before Letting  .tbe Contract*  of your New  Worksho*  or other building, write or call  Por the 'luildin  House, Store, Office  yni  Workshop   ^. or call  on woe.   Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  LADIES'   BEADY-MADE  WAISTS  New LiiifM of Ladies and C bilci.  reus'   Stohkings nnd Wearing  Apparel suitable to tlie Season,  M_MHM_MM_M4MM.M������������M_M_MMnM4  Mrs.  Fl. YOUNG  Creston %. ������>.%. Ho  2095  Moots lirst  and  third Thursdays  in  each mouth,   hi EFj-.can HnllfltSp.   in  Visiting Brethern cordially invited.  George Rrndorick, W. M.  WnllnrV. ,TiiokH".n, Ron. Soo.  ORGHARDISTS!  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.  ALOISRGROVE, B. C.  Havm This Pinkht  Home-Qrown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  ���������M  H  I  im-fmSr f-"lftj     F-������&Th~:'l* AR.<=i  Whitio���������  lllCHAIID McCOMII.  General Maiuigi-r,  Aldergrovi*, ,H,(;,  (Ju Hi:io  J.\S. ('OMJ'TON,  liiiral A(.',i-nl,  ihvHlon, I1.(J  Mrs. St. Jeau'wiio' attended the "W.  V. T.  U.   Convention   at; Vancouver  I makes the following report of her trip  {attd the discussions of live labor and  j sopial problems hy many prominent  women:��������� ^  : Leaving Creston June IS, we had  a very pleasant trip down the Kootenay Lakes. It is astonishing to find  what a lot of life and activity there  is among the settlers .along the Lakes,  where the only excitement they have  is watching the steamers come to their  banks to recieve the mail and take on  any passengers who want to board  the boat for another little settlement  nearby; and at;the rate they aro clearing the brush and trees away and  planting fruit trees, it will not bu  many years before the Lake will bo  lined on both sides with beautiful  orcijarus.  We landed in Vancouver at 11:13  Thursday morning, and found the  city one thronging mass of automobiles, street cars,, Imsscs and cabs,  people hurrying hero and there, as  though time was vory short for tho  amount of work to bo dono.  Wo found our way to the Dunsmuir  hotel whoro wo wpont tho night, ami  tho noxt morning loft Vancouver for  Victoria. Tlio day was bountiful anil  wo enjoyed tho trip uutosh tlio saltwater immensely. As soon as the  boat pulled up to the wharf, wo got  into tho talloho which for one dollar  took uh all ovor tho principal pari, of  Vii'torm. Wo woro am.-u'.od at the  way thoy built tho beautiful x-ohuIoiicoh  on tho solid rock.. Tho pooplo noon* |.o  be pi'OtuU'o havo thoir front yards full  of massive rocks, Whon anyboily  buys a lot thoro thoy just cut down  I'liougli trees to permit tlio house to  In- built, ami loavo all tho roniiiiiuug  trot's   standing,   lining   lualli   lo   nil,  iiimvii.     ill    ivilii-.ll     i i'.sjn:i;i/     l,lmy      ��������� I < i l, -1-  I'l'lllll   < 'ri'^tlinill'M.  Having noon as much of Victoria an  wo could in such a short time,  wo  give as 'high'-wages' as he would like - Jf^  WTno mw������������^������aw^ _nfuv^  |j Comprising i25 Acres   , GRAND FORKS, B. Cm  but in many business houses this is in  ��������� a manner] atoned for by, the appoint-  *_���������������A*r-4-    >_**.    ci>������/������iol    cjap*-afovip������   ^_;V_r.   PnTHA  X^lCiJV        *-**.������.   .mJ\*\s fct*.-.       -rf���������v _. ������-���������������.*������. m. *. ������a _-���������,,..-- ��������� .    ���������>-   . .��������� r-,.( :-   ���������  into personal touch with the cza ploy es  find-out'-their home-conditions aud  help them in their difficulties, also by  providing rest rooms for employes and  furnishing hot lunches at a reasonable  cost. It has besn found that *&u ch' secretaries are an .xcelent investment.  (To be continued)  __  am e������  WATER NOTICE  We,   The   Bedlington   and" Nelson  Railway   Company of Vancouver, B.  (j., by occupation a railway company,  give notice that we intend on the 2-1 th  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  the forenoon, to apply to   the   Water  Commissioner at his office at Nelson  B.   C.   for   a . licence   to  -take   and  use     one-half   (}_)    c������hic    foot     of  water- per second from an unnamed  creek, a tributary of  Kootenay Lake  to lie diverted   at a point about 800  degrees N.   10 minutes 23 seconds K.  abovo Water Tank.  Tho wator will bo usod on our right  of  way,   for domestic   purposes,    for  locomotives and trains. \  A. IT. Mac-NiWaTa,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nelson Railway Company  DateiLthis 12th day of .June, 1012.  ft  1  ra trvis   m a-Bssewasi*  '^Sf*S_5__ffft_ffl<S_?   SS  *     9mBmmBmBBB%aammV   g  ���������- a  unemes ������  OUA.iAiTEED HOME QROWI,,  m    Cellared���������Roots'in earth, uo danger o'f winter killing:  pa i*\\T^m   f>r\ -r%   It /-\I/I     ���������-*--���������-������.������ ���������*���������   *���������-*-������ A ������x    ���������***  K������3 ���������   ������-    ���������*-     VtiAA      XX\J X\X        y\J\mkm\        X.kClmKXKZ-%  i Established (900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  m Minister of Agriculture  ;| ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  1  I  H For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B, C.  _S______2__C-i-.  LEONARD  and Decorator  Wall Paper  Oalsomining, Painting, Paper-hinging Carrini������o and  Sign Painting.  ^Lot mo givo you ndvico aud estimates on your work.    All work guar  '    antead togivuBiitiHi'iiotiOji. ,  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  m  Y YOU  with Deering* or McCor--  mick Mowers or  Rakes.  Fleury's and  Oliver's  Ploughs  Pittsburg  Poultry  xt  cing.  or  Electric  and Cattle  Weld  Vtf."iiy V  ren-  u  !  ni  !  i  v  fl  (i  El  y  nlilMBiliilliillll  _MM-M_HM_HH__-_a_-  MMMMMM  MiiiiiMMMi^MMUiiiinbaiiitii  mmm*m**mmmmtm  imi  -HI-


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