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 j_/iis_gg_j  iiLsiii^riifin i iui _  P������nr������������FSSi;���������  -he printing plaafc ol the ������u>y& Lea*  der is to be removed to Athalmer.  ���������������  __________ ___        _-. _ ���������        _^*1L. ._������������������ * ������ _l ��������� ---  ���������  ������������������������������������������������������*������������������ B__a_ ��������� ��������� iKtMuui. donnsonnagpuronasea too came  CHIEF ENGINEER PAYS  VISIT TO CRESTON  Win ue Keaay  Q#"������ -f* c_������**n ,������������"��������� *i"  i������  -���������������  ma.*  A  O. O. S., SIGNAFIE3 GRAN-ROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES     ���������  Few  ������������������ 6 _J������vS  Work is progressing on the investigation of the possibility of the reclamation of the Kootenay flat lands and in  , about four weeks something 'unite definite wiiTprobsbly be known, acccrdiag  So a statement made hy H. F. Mealing,  chief engineer on the project,  Wednes*  -day when in Oreston between trains.  -fST      TTI  WT ���������   JL* ���������  and will  shortly issue   tbe, Oolumblsj  Valley Herald.  > A. Williams, the janitor of theeonrt  house at Rossiand ia -{rowing a banana  tree whioh is just breaking into flower,  he also baa ������ lemon tree with ������ lemon  on it o$ big ss sa engage, bsside. two  wsuzgn cress s B" tree and mstzt^.. other  plants rare in this seotlon.  What is roughly estimated to aggregate between $1.*150,000 and $1,-00,000  worth of damage was caused to build  **,  tags ia the 800 block Main ssfresfc of Vancouver, this morning shortly after midnight, by ess cf the largest and most  J*���������~X~~*Xi~z.   _������.!..���������.~1._  ���������* ������!.*������.     _VJ__     ���������������.-.-  umnimuHiii tninnnuui vi ws   nuivu   usw  ever occurred in the commercial section  of that oifey.^  Joe Grafton of Bellevne, Geo. Pena cf  Coleman and Mr. Smith of Smith Bros.  Real Estate Co., Regina were in Oreston  on Tuesday and Wednesday on real estate business. Mr/ Grafton, Wearies**  day went to Coleman and expects to  __isg* back isom those i  ntstuMfot' naen  the first of next week to look over the  land in this valley.  ���������Man's working* shoes, $1.60 pi  Mir*  abeUies  8. Fool andO. Payette came in from  _A-jA_.V-.__-       CI*. .���������  JTel&on was in company with him. The  Object of their visit to Creston was to  look over the country and to ascertain  dhe depth of the water. A line of levels  t?as __._��������� -_csr ths Ii_di__; Uisei^r: dnrirtg  ihe short investigation here'.  Mr. Meuliug will return to Oreston in  J"k*hrAT^������;   t*.h***ee   ^f-^A*.^1"    ��������� *_**!   ttAO������A   it   ������!.���������,   _���������������fo������.  f n the flats is* low enough* will" spend  fbtne time in this vicinity carrying ������a  *$is work cf   investigation.   His  first  '-move here will probably be to ran a line  * i*  *������_ levels up the river to. Bonners Ferry  __e is an experienced man in the work  ftaving   been   engaged on rcslaaaatios  projects in several countries.     As this  '���������Was tag"first visit to this vioim*v-i������������.������m'  r J-S-A *# '- '*-t- *��������� -        ���������  'Very reluctant to express any opinion on  %he matter fearing that in a few .weeka  ���������pmething might occur whioh' wonld  ftlter conditions,   . I  *  New Schools To Be Built  ���������Full stock of whale oil scap and  quassia chips at the Mercantile,  ������������������31_     1A-r     44, 3������     A.*.���������    ������-tA_������    ���������49 A>V_  JQf&*A   ������?���������    IflOiAf   WUA7    ������W4,WlC    W4A   ������������-������  _J������ AV-     *-_x_I    t  *44A   V4_������     44^M.S ���������  ������������������.  ������_ ��������� _���������_������  Mrs. Attridge of Erickson is now  prepared to do drsssjnakino* of ^* _i__s  Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at the  home of M. R. Palmer. 88-tf  , The-moving pictures shown by C. H.  Clark at thi*-. Mercantile Sail on Satnr-  day and Wednesday nights were the  clearest ever seen in Creston. Tbe poor  pictures displayed ___sc time" ago in  Oreston hart the plot-are business so Mr.  Clark did not attract the crowd he would  hav; liked. However iti s*������nscf's to  show here again and hopes for better  Success sow thai; be una v-tabiished a  reputation for good picture-.  ���������Protect your garden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths at  Sneers' store.  mont Courier waa badly beaten last  week by 6 xaan -srho stridently didn't  like something printed in thai paper  about him.   The assaultant was fined  si!9 _3L-_ar_ a*ffr=5r;  Cranbrook, Hcnday.  ���������The O.O.S. Oompany������ of Orp,a brook  is disposing of several branches of their  business, and bargains galore, is the or-,  der ot the day in Cranbrook. Creston  folks should get on the inside, a letter  to tha O. G. S. will bring all th9 information necessary regarding the special  prices, iron beds are selling at $2.-75  any sise. Xhressers and stands at 5li.  Ijinolenm B5o t*q. yard* Tapestry Rngs  size 9x916.00. Mens suits $5.85. Hnn-  dreds st pairs of men? shoes goisg at  Ixbux price. Besi oi������_iog oat priee������ on  everything, $5.00 will do the work of $10  One hundred ahd.twenty million dollars waa filohdd xrom the American people during the last-iscal year by swindlers who operated largely throagh the  ___!!_,   according to a statement just  made in a formal report to Postmaster  a___i@v_l Sffeohoaat.  With a listof special priaes represent*  ing in cash and tsophies, ov&g f700,as^d6  Geo. Ferguson ������ Nelson Livery man  O. W. Lister of Orescent Valley, spent  ^he first of the week iu Creston buying  1 hors6S  ���������"day year fishing Saekle from oar  big assortment of lines.  beheld os S^tsmher S? s___������l_s= Is bs  a'seeord b-esker.  A -new site for a school for������Alice Siding distriot was secured Tuesday by the  Trustees, consisting cf one acre, pnr-  chaBed from F. G. Dester front ing on  the Duck Creek road. A oar of lumber  [(Y for a 20 x 30 building has been ordered.  The Trustees. Victor Carr, Br. Primrose  Wells aad F. W. MoMurtrie. who were  elected at the sohool meeting a week ago  8aturd_y, have heen kept busy -with the  sohool affaire mnoli of the time since  thea.  Advertisements are ont for sealed tenders for a one room school building to be  built on the old site at Canyon City, to  be -cuttived up to 112 o'clock Wednesday  the 7th of August. ������  The Oaoyoa City Lambs? snill is  again closed down on account of break-  age. Work wiii toe resumed an noon *%  a new balt.arrives.  i  Bev.Fred Carpenter and wife left  Tuesday for Moyle to spend several days  at the Summer School in session there.  J. B. Moran left Oreston on the east-  bound train Tnenday.  at lew thOT^x*anu^ti������������Br8 o_iee8. Very  f ** ,���������*        ������   -    . .;. $  speoiai prices on iace tra-tains,, amh our-  tains, window fisttsre?*, ell sals prices  aro P. 6. B.. Oranbrookrno charge for 13~|J| ff  packing.  S. **.. oseers.  ,JP. Peterson and 3. H. Peterson of  Stirlingville, Alberta who have been  spending some time looking, for a place  fco sattle in this valley, returned to their  homes Tuesday.  ; $*. Williamson Frank, ptovincsal vete-  ixvty, Tivas is Creston  on -Monday and  Tuesday, atteuding a sick horsei for le.  j.     -  G- If nrry and inspecting esveralj horses  fqr insarahce.        *   ,     \ ^  i  ~   .A, J-      *  noMMiirrr r.nw\m  WUIIIIIIIB Itil.   VPVilllS ..-.ll.  DIDi CTODDingC CYUJOIT  01. LAIUUS-  The issue of the Toronto Saturday  Night for July 6 contains a letter re-1  garding Kootenay writtec^tp that paper by H. H. Currie, publicity commissioner for Nelson, correcting an  error.   The letter reads:  Editor Gold and Dross���������Your remarks to "Investor" in the issue of  May 38, that " Ko&ien&y is reaS ������Sead,  _ tutuk," does iioi, uimutain the traditions we have been wont to associ-  A  ate with Saturday JMight. For one,  I do not believe that Saturday Night  would be knowingly unjust to anj������  district, even though, aa in the present instance, it might be led by its  iove of a quip to be ior a moment  ungenerous. Where in ths pssfe you  _aS>v������ <_*"^-,A_ shown to u������ in error, you  have never refused  correction, thu_  * j*  confirming your-reputation for hon-  ������.Am   ~������ ....��������� .���������        _    -^-_. 4 ���������'^      A.���������    _!,.     I.  - ���������A.JT   A*_   ZSZZ������VU&'G9  ������_  ��������� OJLJt*.V������bV������%JS*i    it\f   mm ������...*..  we now appeal.  Having made your quip, you should  in fairness inform the readers of Saturday Night that in 1811 the Kootenay���������which takes in the Boundary���������  had a larger output of every metal  than all the other districts of- British  Columbia combined, being distanced  |V *  only in the department of placer gold.  The province excluding* the Kootenay,  produced 3_6_,eGe in pUjcor gold, 37,000  oz. lode gold, 123,00Q oz. silver fend  11,1)00,000 Us_. of copper. WSils the  Kootenay \yas negligible in placer gold  it produced 188,000 oz. lode gold, 1,793,-  000 o_,  C~$x    **������$��������� " _  9?S,W0?ibs  IDC inaf ft^Pi)  liiir gii_i nir������g  GAME WARDEN BED*  FORD MAKES TOUR  Fii-ii@__Tiai_   From   Other  Provinces Must Slave  license  Uisi-ii  ���������Just arrived, another shipment of  oar best tea.   The Cash Store.  ���������You get five per cent discount at  Tics Cash Storb.  Joseph Ryan of  Cranbrook was in  town from Saturday nntll Monday.  I  g  MM  Teetzel Interested In Cretton  ���������an**���������*���������** i ii-w i-nin  .- :9 "���������'*  Beonnae lie believes in Creston as a  1 live fruit growing district, W. F. Teet-  zol, gov , agout. ot Nelson, la interested iu the progroBB of this volley and at  vmlouB tlni-i. Uo tukou litppa for hor advantage. The oponiiug fco sottlemont of  the Hay ward limits whioh' lie in the  hoartoftho orchmd diattlot, and aro  now o *lug orulsod with tho view of selling tho timber in largely due to his ef>  i'uitu.     *ivui ji^iaio ui*'-' mua. ivua iuu iu������i,i,-  ter up with tho govomment using for  one pica the- fuut tnat should aflro break  out In the limits, and got bcypnd control  ' tho fruit trees In the vlotnlty would bo  soorohod,  -.������..   'i, ,..i....l ;.. ���������l���������,, .,^,1.,..  i., i\.. ../,.���������������������,,  JUI,      ..Wi/l/A-l,.,   A.,   ..AM,'   A..^A,A.A>     A^.    W.4.J   ������V^-^.  unit um work, ilo hiivh thai he uuh uut  lioatd of any opponltion to tho project in  Nelson, nnd hollovoa that no sensible  tvorMnn there wonld onnoao it.  ���������Fall stock of whale oil soap and  quassia chips nt the Mercantile.  The cable across the f������-z^ broke last  Saturday, causing the ranohera muoh  inconvjienoe mitil repaired. '  ������������������-Rssckers are requested to hand to  the Secretary of the Fruit Growers* Union their orders for fruit wrapping pa~  ������������������V*f,y 'ti"z'z... "  y ti  *  M. E. Tucker is working ut Sullivan's  pole oamp at Sirdar.  Save Sample Grasses and  Orain For Dry Farming DlspSay  The committee to take charge of tho  Oreston exhibit for the  pry Farming  Had the Grandly kept-up its en<|- the  record of metalliferous production of  the province would have once .more  been broken.  Fleet Rohsrtson, pi-ovinc-ial mineralogist, in his Preliminary' Review points  out cha- of the province's total production for the past 2. years���������$338,-  000,000���������over 51.3 per cent must be  credited to the past seven years. The  production from the Kootenay was the  great factor in that seven year record.  Congress, and to accompany it to Leth-1 . ti       ��������� ���������   ,   ..  As a matter ot xaci/, tue iuimng ot  Fisherman from other provinces sndR  coantries seem to be nnawaro that a  license is essential to lawful fishing in ..*  British ColTambia, for onl*0' two finch licenses have heen issued b*^ $l������-5evs_*;_;-; w  ment agent at Nelson, according to a  statement made by H. Bedford, Provincial game warden in Ymir Riding, who    ^  was in.  Oresfcon IasiJ ^tn^AV'      ������h*tt'-  he has issued not  a f aw when on Ma   ,<  rounds at the various fishing resorts. -  Mr. Bedford was in  t<ma after  a,  trip up Goat river where a number ot -.  JPS���������'ilCS _70f!2    Q���������V>c.w_��������� 'xwrtxm.m JUkmnSnA, _*"_  fishing near Kitchener.    Ignorance to   ,  ^ic law was pied xu this case and the  warden not wishing to be omcions. is-  \  sued licenses withont proseoution.  Ignorance to the law is a cenuson  plea bat as the license costs five dollaBfaft ���������  there i* a .iklyhood that ignorance is"' ';  otteu assumed.   Mr Bedford says that  ���������natty onuplali- tha:   ths, ew  i*".  feio  Uiga but,  That these tsanie partieH, will '  hlr&'a lak_������)b^fe^lu*tA>'-gu- Ts&xiiix vtit -bsH6- -  K^���������Hs���������ifA^ffr-a_4������k_|i a. Tlfiufw*.      " -  4?��������� ���������_���������_ --. .JO     ..M-V.VM   ~.   ..W>...MM������'      I. f ....  \  Ixixxlxiiugiii Mr. 'Bedford, a waa-^a.  who is always ou the job, and his efforts  s  to enforce the laws, whioh result ia tb*   '  conservation of onr ganjer wi!! *nrhs 4-*>y" ?  **���������  be appreciated.    . ~-.t  ti������M  y"H*a  It Only Cost $7,600  to Discover America  ���������-Newest sbapes and styles i_t. Stetson Hats, Just arrived,   S. A. Spews.  Mrs. M. B. Taoker left for Atliol, Idaho !������st Satar*Say for'������ months visit with  her mother.  O.O. Rodgors wont to Spokane on  bnslneas Tuesday.  ���������Before I bad a Uoonso I sold shoes  with a pio-itoMO w amb uow I -Ottko  H per eoni.   A. Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  Erickson Wants  Station Moved  For the purposo of having the station I  at Krickson moved from tbe oat of-tbs-  wrj place it now- oooapies to ft point  near the orossing of the O. P. R. and  the rood to Canyon City, a meeting of  tbe oiti-eos abont Erickson sent, Walter  -J**V**������quu u**   m. umngMM- ini lu'^vxvmm  ���������,_,_  Board of KallroaA OommUaloners which  ���������at at Calgary yofttorday.    Tho result  of hl_ Interview has not ye*   been  I1__rn<_L  ������������������Buy your Jelly sealers from S. A.  Speers.   75 ot*. per dozon.  R. E. Boattie of Cranbrook spent a  few days this week in Oroeton on basi-  nera in connection with tho Oreston  Drug * Book Oo. y  bridge at the expense of the .Board of  Trade is now complete. W. K. Brown  was named to represent the Farmers Institute and Walter Jackson, the Ore-ton  Fruit Growers' Association, by the organizations at a joint meeting called, last  Kootenay is oh a solid and'sanO' basis  as distinguished from thtf;-frenzy of  tho early days. Furthermore operations are widening from yftar to year  and 1012���������owing to the recovery in the  I price of metals���������hae every  prospect  Friday evening.   The Board of Trade jof makingan6w record-Nelson News.  appointed its delegate, O. O. Rodgers.  Harrow Prize for  Swede Turnip  ���������One heavy mare for sale.  Apply to  B. L. Taylor, Box 24. Oreston.  Get onr prloo on No. 1 Timothy Hay.  Just unloaded,   8. A. Speers.  Miss Thelma Wisler gave a party to a  number of her friend** last Friday evening by way of oolohration of her birthday.  -~-**     -    n,l,   w,.,..,,!*,   MA������1HH ������-4' <*K  ^--.vi-Ja l^*V  wOUIUhil* it   m.+ \t���������am  m-mmmmmm   mm* uv   v*-*������������������-- ������  ' r  tin et Bpeers.  at its last regular mooting,  Abont two months ago the. Board, of  Trade seeing an opportunity for publicity that possibly wonld not come again  in years, in the Lethbridgo Congress of  farmoro, took stops to interest the ranoher* in sending an exhibit, and this  committee is the culmination there efforts.    Now whether a good display  will bo sent to the congress dopends on  tbe interest the individual ranchers take  in saving   and preparing tho different  things that grow well in this valley  That samples    of grain and  grasses  Bhould be put nsido now, was again em-  basked of at previous mootlngs where  the Lethbridgo display wo* talked oboufc-  W   jk    P"-*���������.���������*"   t������i������*������M#*i*>. of -hrt   fiNir-  ttiers* Institute after the business of  eleotlon of the delegates was completed,  eeggested that tho Instituto send a dele  gate to tbe Congress to learn oil possible  j abbot dry farming methods for tho benefit of the rauohers in this section.   This  Ledgers-recently di-covered afc Palos,  Spam, contain interesting fasts concerning tho outlay xr.wds by; Ohtisto-  phor Columbus on his expedition the  new world. The personal ezpenscw of  Oolumbusand hik ofdcei-a wero About  $400, and $125 a montli sufficed for the  crow, so that about $4,400 was spent  for the expedition during the time  that tho voyage lasted. Th* wtaia-  tnent of the j^ttlc fioot cost lJ2,80p.  The eoafc of discovering AntierloA wim  about $7,000 all told.  MikeGhuwls altering thu ttopi at  ItMn^sl-aundry.  Tho dry-farmer who raises f,he largest and best Swede turnip this year  will bu awarded an Acme barrow if  ho exhibits his product at tbe International Dry-Farmed Products Exposition at Lethbridgo, Alberta, October  10-20.   This premium, donated by the  ,    ���������   I  John Deero Plow Co., is one of tho  most serviceable implements on any  farm, anywhere in tho world, and iu  donating It as a pri_e tbe company has  ihvlowtbo increasing of the production of the Swodo'tnrnip, especially in  tho northern sootlon of tho United  StAtea and throughout Western Canada, whoio thero is always aiiio-ceol.  lorit market for this product, tlw demand far oxeccding the nuppy. The  premium will Im delivered free of  charge In tbe United State* or Canada,  but the competition ir open to the  however was difloournged as it was | world, the -^nii-ow-Mits lielng tho  though* that tbe'dlBoasslons there would j growing oi mi������ Uii������v ���������" ���������-���������- ������"-_..  be iwnbd in pamphlet fofm later by tho  government.   However a number of individual rancher- intend to go to X*tk *  | wnuge ������o atteua iuo 0ouh*w-������.  dry-farmdtg o6ndi/������ou���������������that is, where  the average a-iuiid precipitation,  evaporation d������d������������������l^d, ia le������g than 20  ������    i .  X AAAWA*.  W. B. MoOluro went to Nelson yesterday to attend a gathering of newspaper  men from all over tbe provinces of  British Columbia aud Alberta       y,  W. A. Sullivan and Ed. Talbert  brought in a string of 75 trout from  Corn orcok Monday.  Mrs, O.a* Sanderson,' who hOB been  visiting at the home of her father J, H.  Howarth the past week returned to her  home at Moose Jaw yesterday.  v. . ....... *.**.,u     \fl\LU  ���������'��������� "I  ',-.tJ  will shoot at Oreston tomorrow,  Mrs. R. Oosson of Cranbrook is spend'  log a few days at Oreston. From here  sho goes to Vancouver to join her husband whore tbey intend to tnoke their  ft  Wm. Howarth of Anaconda, Mont.-  is Kpondlug a fow days at tha homo ot  t.l������ #������**.r>.   ���������.!��������������� Ib nnlli. (11  I  vUJkf  mfiiRiwiii  iiBS  M8BjBW_  mammimimmmmimm  I'Mlli'iiiliiiilij ill.liiiil.iWllW  Pill  kv^ia^iaiiMmiiiiiHiiwwiMM^^  .,..;.-:.*������i������.,-.'si������.;s^'2nHW!?������������sa*w���������j������^������  ____  liiwiiriwwi  :m\ -   ....  1  t&bMETl&S'-:.  '���������'.'���������KF^SW&srSKSSfS^'  ,'?'.l^?'X^:-.''^Y^"''.C-"-:i-.'.'���������_'-.'���������.- ,r-j^:' .;.���������;���������/������������������;��������� "���������*,'.*r.*-.^  '"?i'*t:^V^-"H^'i?-*,':VC':���������>iii.,���������'^v'-*.'������',������'i"'-" Vr--:J'-".i^ *:"-'Y''"^��������� -*'":-'-v���������'���������r*-**,'.."'.<*>!..- ���������'���������i,,;:'--v?<���������*-' *. V-v���������*'^v:v���������?'"'i'^-jS*'.?':���������'-'^'^**v^'v->c|-?-"'.'.;'.*(.liVTi/f]?^���������'T.I^-v ^ oVJ^v'^1 ^r"'^v���������'''���������'L-.,-r.:5;X17_'"*'.'- r%"-~"'/7i V.��������� i���������.T.'';'^-,������"-r;  ���������3&S  T.HK, ,*O^STO.N,   TlEVJEfW... - CRESTON; *. B? C.hY-t? % tf A  ���������������������*���������*���������  - It, I e V, rfAp  Our case if* *pn  coHi-olete. i 'DAY OF THE LIGHTNING ROD  We mu_t know" whether" there* is any? _* "    " ^   "_.";. ~ J a..n^i-_  big wiring on the three o'clock race j Oner ln_!������p*-nsable to Farm Buildings  this-afternoon in the Post Club. To  get'my facts 1 have brought Major  _arden otfer here on purpose. 1 have  paid his expenses to and from Germany, and I understand he wishes to  return to-night, if possible. Let's go  I on to our hotel and wait for him. But  I must tell you that Carden knows nothing. He thinks I have some deep  scheme on for making money and so  i -��������� a~ t ...... him for \\ia tnfnr-mation i ___v'_V_i-.  Now "Seldom Seen  The announcement of the death ln  Missouri recently of John Cole, in-  J ventor of the lightning-rod, recalls-the  spectacular career of that- formerly interesting figure in the world of com*  iutco and of science as science was  understood hy the laymen   of   earlier  dnva   v - ���������  No doubt there n-re half grown boys  i&g   ao  {Continued.)  What have I to do with the horse?  Fielden asked.  Oh, I know all about that sir, Phillips said    cheerfully.      Never    mind  -where I had my information.      I am  half a- gipsy and my  mother's vibe 1 said  pick up hews  from all  sorts oi un-' '   "  likely quarters.      A lad who used to  he in your stables told me the story.  Nobody else would have believed him  but me.     I can give you chapter aud  verse if you like, hut that would be  only wasting time, and I can guess  wbat Copley's game is, too.     See if I  -on i prove to be a true prophet.   The  Blenheim colt will he  sure  to show  -signs of to-day's race; indeed, he is a  marvel If he does-any good during the  rest.of his jcareer as a three-year-old:  But, then, the    horse is    a    marvel.  Still, very few of us know that, and  we shall bj3 able to back him for the  derby at our  own  price within the  aest few days.      I will stick on the  Horse every farthing 1  can rake tto-  gether.     K I could only get a couple  of thousand pounds I could  make a  fortune with them.     And you ought  to make a  fortune,  too.      You  told  it*  all questions to me.  Fielden was willing-enough to do so  To some .degree he was not pleased  to be* mixed up in this business,  though it gave himva hold over Copley.  They -had hardly reached their hotel  before the Major came in. He made  no objection to Phillip's offer of refreshment. They talkied for a f ev<  minutes on _ indifferent topics and  then Phillips went to the point.  I suppose you've got my cheque, he  , or you would not. have been here  today, I hope it wasn't Inconvenient.  It was. devilish inconvenient, the  Major said in his florid way. But so  long as you are willing to pay I don't  mind. And now I am ready to give  you all the information you need.-  Please don't be long, because I have a  train to* catch before ^ve.  Then* we needn't waste more time.  Phillips said. I suppose you were in  the Post Club all the afternoon.  My dear sir, I lunched there and  I've only just come away. There  were a lot of people there*. Rickerby  was there, and three or four more of  the guilded plungers, Selwyn was present. As to the first and second race,  why, you see  Oh  Phillips cried impatiently. U is the  three o'clock race at Mirst Park that  I am" interested in. Was there any  heavy wagering going on, and can you  tell rue who was betting? That'- -V-t  I want to know.  The _I_Jor ^.c-t into detail. Then?,  had been a certain amount of business  over the three o'clock race- but sundry heavy wagers had been deferred  almost to the last moment. There  had been a large amount of chaff between one particular plunger and S-I-  ������-.������_       ���������������������������._-..    i- _.   j,   ���������������        a,   _,   I wyn and his satellites over a?horse  Whence did the man derive all his j -^,ed The TVAjyiy. Band-* h^ been  -teftmnatipn?, But there never wasf a mnk outsider and had only cropped  a gipsy yet who was not fond of a Up in" the bemng" at fte'eleventh-hour  horse      The vanous^clans roamed all t ^       A QUatter ot ftn hour  over the country and yety little that   before the ��������� race- there had  been no  buu gins in plenty now  never seen a lightnin_  j ter of a century ago no building.was  considered safe from a holt of lightning unless it was surmounted by'the  trustee* steel point which was expected to attrac the fiuS" and convey it  harmlessly into the earth.  Public faith in the efficacy of the  lightning rod was so great that it was  difficult for the owner of a building to  get a fire insurance policy unless he  first provided a lightning rod as a  shield from danger from the elements,  as does the average negro depend upon hiB little hag provided by the hoodoo vender.  The farmer was the especial easy  mark selected ny"the smooth lightning rod pedle.r, for the reason tha*  the farmer usually owned hts home.  :r,fl"lw>aMft  auii   iico.u  me that you could Sad that sum. i&  ne*i*es~aryYarnd seeing that you hav������  It In your power to orevenfc the Blenheim colt from- being scratched you  will be flying In the face of Providence if you turn your back on a  chance like.this.  Fielden looked at his companion in  some perplexity. He was astonished  to find that.Phillips knew so   much.  The  'When Henry Miller is rehaarsing'^  new  play  hi   works .hard  and  long  remaining som_times on the st&ge ������qr  twenty-four hours-at-"'& "stretch. Naturally, such a strain makes him nervous, and the combination of nervousness and artistic temperament occas- j  ionally produces 1 an outburst,'a-Hare-1  up.  a  blow-off.      During  the  rehearsals for his last play, several things}  had gone wrong andtMiller, had exhip-  IA������J     V.4 lta.^������4lM^AA     "������. jvjie.4*������,..,C      *Jnm\A  IWU       AAA  A      AAAAJJCI.l'^A���������\t%i       AAA _,WCV\>������������A V CAAAAA  words- *  Hs went on with the v/crlt and was  in the midst of a scene in which he  had to pick up a teapot. As he did  so, the handle came off, the pot tell  to the table, and the tea���������real tea���������  trickled dev/n on the actor's legs. The  stage manager immediately was seized by a trembling fit, and every member ijf the company began to wish  for a cyclone cellar. They knew the  atar was ���������bout to cut loose.  But; this last ill ot fortune had been  too much for him. " Holding the  handle in his hand and regarding the  property man with sorrow, he sam  gently:  '   Can't you fix this teapot?     I've got  to scrub ths fioors.  _i^r-.  ;^--������~.-���������;���������:���������;������������������-,<���������:--.':^-a;,>i������^  i. hang the first and second race,  lips cried impatiently.      U is the  black eyes and there was,' besides, a  sort of" freemasonry amongst them.  But it mattered little whence Phillip's i  Information came, for he had certainly got it. He was correct in every |  detail, too and for the first time Fielden -began to see his way.   He could  j   t-lBLtTiO- _. MV-**    ���������*���������*���������-������������������       ������-������  ��������� more heated and finally  *-\-r_ *--^^1-  Selwyn had  laid several wagers against Dandy at  a thousand to thirty. All this had  taken place, so far as the Major could  guess, whilst the race was ia progress.  There was something like consternation amongst the bookmakers when  the result ^asie io. abont t������ ������_t-������  utes past tnree thai Dandy  A_4_'    .   I  ������VU -  ithe Long-ill     handicap     by     three  j lengths.      Altogether it had been a  6and pounds, and before    the  was out l**-? knew that the Blenheim  colt  would   be  at  any   price  in   the  market that a backer needed^    Two! aVamatic afternoon  thousand pounds in   itself   was   not I    *.���������. 4,w*_ ���������i,^���������* ~n t ���������.>., ._ v������������������  bring him in enough to start life again  cs, being Jess importuned by  traveling agents, !*._ was xaors susceptible to their wiles, but in the  towns and cities no residence was  considered quite complete until it was  embellished by a lightning rod.  Th. pedlar who was on to his job  would drive up to a prosperous appearing farm residence and, equipped  with a small storage battery, would  proceed to demonstrate to the family  lu. awful fate which awaited if the  home was not protected by a light-}  ning rod. Harrowing tales of thcTdestruction of houses, consuming all the  earthly posssssious of the oc**tipants  and frequently resulting in the death  of the entire fainilv were told so elo-  n-\e***itu* and pathetically that a tract  ���������ft_.& usually signed without delay aad  the - lightning rod man proceaueo io  cover the house and the barn with  the slender metallic rods, implanting  the lower end firmly in the earth aatd  ���������erecting as many shafts above the  roof as his conscience would permit,  with a rooster or an arrow or some  other ornament surmounting the  shaft.  Yvvheu lhe buildings had.'been:-'Well  covered in this way the pedlar left on  his way to persuade others to allow  "nim to rod their buildings, and a few  .months later, often, the farme^r was  notified by a bank that he "^&s ?e^  pected to call and pay the amount call-'  ed for in the contract? a sum which  usually surprised the debtor, but as  the contract was generally in the nature of a lien on the buildings the  owner, .had no option hut to pay the  bill. -   ' . ������������������'   -----   '  _Uit the passing of the lightning rod  has been going on for many years and  now it is practically unknown except  when it is seen on some of the older  Minard's  Liniment   cures  Garget  In  Covu-.  A gentleman once usi-.i;  lt Is delightful to travel in America, biit 1 think that American port-  ters handle the luggage a little too  roughly.  Onc<\ at a certain station. I was  amazed and pleased to hear a uniformed official shout to a burly porter:  UTt V*'"J** of      Aim      *r**-*- "JVwiur**^ ���������-���������������--. ������������������ _->���������***-������-  ������.���������������������       i'i������H\      *���������*,_���������������_      JVM1        ���������  #WM-������V.*VA*1 II1UU1  trunks about like that for?  The portt-r had been lifting great  trunks above his head and hurling  them down onto the floor furiously:  but now he stood stock-still in as*  tonishnicnt.  a\7-i.������*'a.    t-*h ���������I ���������   Hi-lac,-'   lio  :af*fri  What do you mean by knockin'  trunks about like that? repeated the  official. Look at the floor. L������ook  at the dents you're makin' in the  concrete. Don't you know you'll lose  your job if you damage the company's  property?  of men who* kra nbw p_rKap8 only moderate drinkers.  The demon J* getting its   hold upon   then-,.    There   Is  - ��������� I..     ___     .���������_..     ������-     A..-A.     __I_L.        l^-.._     |4>     alAMa        i tt     XIMI  V.HJ/        A/S.V ������������������.jr ,      ..AA       rt.U.       Ill,,,,,���������'iSCITX,        .*       ������..��������������������������� ������������������ ���������-        .A"���������*-  play wltrf it Drink always wins. Already perhaps It  ha* got some hold on YOU. Fight it by the only successful  means available���������THE  NEAL    THREE    DAY  vURb.     TTfiiS   V������iH    rSQiSwS   ySUr   syStifi:   i5   5.5=3   ******5">..*.  again and restore you to your original condition befor-S  you ever tasted Hquor. it will do it in THREE������3riCRT  DAY8- It wlllVo It WITHOUT .HYPODERMICS. It  wIM do It while you enjoy the privacy and comfort of  cur homelike Institute. Don't delay���������every day lost  means more'poWer to the Demon. Forkful! particulars  and confidential Information address the institute nearest you.  v  ���������  I  !  I Neal Institute Co., limited  | 405 Broadway, Winnipeg  | 2244 Smith St., Regina Sask. 82G iSth Ave.W. Calgary  wm  9 ft%M\Si*  B  I  standard  B  _  H  :_ 1 ���������_.._>M4_  >������������������     ^CIVOWAV)  Th'e hunter had mistakenly shot a  guide. What, asked the former bending down eagerly, is your name?  Smith,  gasped the latter, with hie  last breath.      The hunter's face fell.  j And  I  came up here,  he  exclaimed,  ruefully,  in pursuit of rare game.���������  Puck.  as a rich man. He was thinking of  May Haredale and all the brilliant  possibilities in that quarter. And he  could stop this vile conspiracy. It  "was for him to say what the futuro of  the Blenheim colt was. and he could  do this without arousing any gossip  or giving the public any chance for  spicy scandal. When the right moment came he could go to Sir George  and Inform him that he hari no c-*-'-  trol.whatever . over the colt. Sir  George might bluster and Copley  might, threaten, but their threats  would he in vain. In the long run  Sir George would benefit and May  would be free from the ��������� persecutions  of a Bconml'-'el and Fielden would be  In a po'Bltto-h to off'*r her n 1uv>irlou*j  ^inine. And he hn<1 learnt his lespon.  too. Hp waR no lomrer the careless  nnd extravagant youth who had left  "Rngland more or less under a cloud,  lie was aroused from his reverie  by questions from Phillips.  Really, I beg pardon, he Bald, but  "iv 'tb*������ moment, I was thinking about  something  else. ���������  - -Oh, I .'understand that. Phillips said  with  a dry Rinile.      But. we haven't  And now, I really must be going.  Our case is complete, he said,  now the rest is in your hands.  SAVE THE CHILDREN  gives -he best lubrication possible, alike ir������  gasoliae and gas eagles. Keeps its body, at high tern-  peratures.    Equally good for external bearings,  Avid  ������_.  iSf*  saves po-.ve_'and  *ue!  in your   tractors,  known, most liked axle  grease made,  off.    Never gums.  The best  Never rubs  "Mothers who keep a box of Baby's  Qwa Tablets in the house may feel  that the lives of their little ones are  reasonable safe during the hot weather. Stomach troubles, cholera infantum and diarrhoea carry off thou-  -,___���������_        - i sands of little ones every summer, in  buildings where it h^s been forv.per-   most cases because the mother does  haps 25 or 30 years, and the people j-ot have a sa{e medicme at hand to  i   t Silver Star  Eight Years of Bad  Eczema on Hands  .-.I��������� iff**?  A. liMitlcjr  vioiutcui  Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment  5tt**'i Mary A. H**nt1ftj*. 0*1 TTnlvomlly f5i,  ���������Montreal, wrUfi, In a r������i<-i.t ieii������-r: **.soiiu������  nlno yt-ara uuo I nmlncd hinall pimpli-������ hn-nk-  Jng out on lli������> back of my IhuhIm.    Tlwy  tevm.W.!V",f !rr!*r������"*l������j, *>.n'! .'rmlttnlU' Itwumi*  Vh'tinu:. no tfiat I r/mlil tint hI,-.-(i At "nti*lu.    I  cviiHiitti'il a iihvsli lull wlio tr.-atiii inn a. Ionic  time, imi u i,-i,i \������������>..-.<-, ���������:.,; j ..,,,'��������� i.i,: ;.-..���������  my hunrtri In wuli-r.    t wan Uf_ti-<1 ul ilm  bompluLl, niul li v.x������  |u:it  tlio Kami-.    T w.'n  told tlmt ii wu.1 u, vi-ry ba.-J r*.-.������* of <-���������������������������������!!in  ������������������Woll, 1 JiHt k������>pt on ii-lnic ftverythlnir Unit I  could for nearly i-ii-tit y.-an  until  I  w_h  ailvlsAd to try Cuticura Ointment.   I did no.  aiwl  I found after a fi*w  aKpllmtloni  tli������������  biimlnR tn'iwiatloni wi-m fliaapixmrhiK, I could  l     iilccp  w*ll, and  did   not  hav������ any   llrhinic  \     durlnr tho uiclit.    I i*->i-a-i mta-r m winln to  j     iu������i -UttciUil. Soap.    I iitii'-lt lo tin- f^iitlnir-  ���������    - * *. -    *m   m   __..,i .4    _.!._.   A| I.j.b,  ,,.,.,.. ....-I UiouRht If X eoijM un*- otliir  \\t* r.'.r ovf r r.rvrti 7**������rii wlUi riii rmult,  .1.. ,, ...I,,^ M >���������������������/ anoU.-Hiioiii. mid  find'nf   mho' from "Cutl-ura   o.n*in������-iii.   it,  imo  tr������*-t*Tiimt, am1  rt'iu*"1"'  CHAPTER XXXV  A Poisonous Atmosphere  Il la Impossible for a man to ehau*?e  the habits of a lifetime, especially  when it reaches the age to which Sir  George Haredale attained. He tried  hard to justify himself ln his present  embroilment. He tried to juggle  with his conscience, but the wdys of  the trangressor are .hard, and the  master of Haredale Park was,having  anything but a good time. He knew  that he wap doing wrong, ho knew  that he was about to commit something in the shape of a crime. And  when a man has pledged himself to  this kind of thing, it is little short {  of marvellous how circumstance combine to help him.  On the face of It things were not  going well.    The victory of the Blenheim colt in the    Champion    Stakes  was a blow to him.     He had expected the colt would  lose, thereby giving him an opening for  putting his  pen  through  the  horse's  name.      I.f  rhls had turned out as he had expected, he would have been the object of  popular sympathy and his reputation  as a 'sportsman    and    an    honorable  man would have been enhanced. But  to his surprise and vexation, the colt  had   proved   his   sterling   worth   and  within the Inst, few hours the public  Had established him more firmly than  ever in tho betting.      There was always the chance of course, that tho  raco would leave its mark on tho colt  and   that some evil  result nilp-ht  supervene,   in  which   c*inc  the  original  programme    could      bo    carried    out  without oxciiing the suspicions of the  many*h faded.  "This was 'l-iroclsoly what did hap-  ncn. Three <layn hilar Mallow camo  ���������Into his omployor'B study with a Ioiik  face nnd tho information that tho  colt's lack of condition was rather  more manifest than before. Por onco  ln a. way Mallow was not polite and  IoikoI I In* robpocl din* to hk> ni'i.sli'r.  It Ib juat uh I say, Sir George, ho  oxcluliiu'd. Tho colt's boon ruinnd.  T don't, nay lt Isln't possible to got him  tit. ir. time for the iWby, bocauso bo's  a womlev. But If you had tried to  ruin tho horRO you couldn't havo gom>  ihnnt it In a bettor way. I enn nl-  tiioHt cry when 1 think of It.  "������������������-iii aro forgoitliiK yoursoir, Mallow.  P'''   '.rorf-,1'   said ; /  *m. mnyVio f am, sir, maylto T nm.  T hi'.'.f* ln������t>n do'illwr wllli fools and  kmivoH ������D mv lifetime, nnd T ought,  to bo ncuiHtomod tn thorn hy now.  T fool aH It I hud horn a party to cut-  tine; that Oilt'H thrnnt. Yon don't  d^norvc to hivo n hnmn 1M<o that ln  your Htahlo: y������u don't iloHorvo to win  another raco an long im you llvo.  (To bo 0*v������4'mi,..,I*.  have come to look upon it with abput  as much respect for its virtue as itney-  have for the left hind: leg of; a graveyard rabbit. The lightning?' rod  served its purpose. It made ^several millionaires, and it calmed? the  feelings of thousands of ne^oiis.-'persons during thunderstorms? but iii has  gone, and soon it will be recalled only  by tradition.���������San Antonio Express.  A   RUSSIAN   MONASTERY  Army of Men Employed and NoSeek-  v     et- for- VVprk Is rtcfucsd?;  Tramping to the Holy Land the way  the Russian pilgrims go I came lately  to  New  Athos,   the  most  wonderful  monastery of the Russian world. New  'Athosy or Novy Afon, as the Russians  call It, is an establishment resembling  what the best of English monasteries  must have been prior to 1536.  It is In Itself, by its' example, a defence of all monasteries, a, . place to  which students should journey if they  wish to understand all the possibilities for-good in Institutions once condemned as 'esBentially evil. There  once more armies of workmen are  employed every" day and building never  ceases. No one seeking work is  ever refused, not even tho criminal or  the passportless tramp.  There all comers receive the monks'  hospitality of bed and board, and worn  out pilgrims aro furnished with clothes  and money to take them home or to  take them further on their journoy.  The monks own vast estates, whore  they grow their own corn, apd cultivate the vine and the olive. They  have orange and lemon woods.  Thoy grind the corn in their mills  and make their own brood; they press  tho grape and the monastery tables  tell how generous Is tho supply of  wlno. In Gogol's "Dead Souls,"  among nil the humorcms accounts of  decaying Slates is one p.crlous story  of a vaBt property whoro everything  was done woll. Such among monas*  tei'los la New Athos.���������-Country Llfo.  mm"^i������m~>'*mmmm*mm~mmmm*mmmmmm**m  Aro you still looking for your dog?  Y������h-    ���������  Why  don't you  put an  ad.  In the  paper.  What's  tho use?  read.  give promptly. xj-a.u.y ������ \j-nu. _.__._������._  Q������rB these troubles, or if given occasionally to the well child will prevent  their coming on. The Tablets are  guaranteed by a government analyst  to'be-absolutely harmless even to the  newborn babe. They are especially  good in the summer because they  regulate the bowels and keep the  stomach sweet and pure.. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  vllie. Ont.  I ~  ������.ngine fCefoscsib kjU  m   ,_a*_k__,lv_*tl_9_  g  Granite Harvester Oil���������The short cut.oil; specially-  prepared for use on reapers, binders and freshers.  Greatly reduces friction and wear.'Body not affected by  moistuxe or change of climate  The Commercialism of the South  Stuart C. Leake, the railroad. man,  had to wait for a train in Colunibus.  Georgia, oh0 day. and he put in the  time by hiring a carriage for ..a drlvd  through the town and its neighborhood. Naturally, he was anxious, to  learn ..11 he could about the place,  and, to do this, he addressed many  questions to the���������'old' colored man who  was driving him.  TJncle, he said'Anally, what are the  principal lines of business here, the  chief products of the town?  I cal'latea, boss, said the old man,  dat de principul producks in dese  parts is pedigree an' de preliminary  spring practizing ob de big-leag ball  teams,  Capitol Cylinder. Oil  4"T������t _, ���������  jljuc vciy  U.^^.*,   *t"l   Smxim #.4-4-a.������������V%  JLIC9L ' Hi*   -VJ-   OI-������UU  plants on the farm. Lasts longer and gets more power  from the engine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes : costs less in the end. ,  _?> .  Atlantic Red Engine Oil���������Strongly recommended  for slow and medium speed engines aiid machinery.  Eases the bearings and lightens the load.  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited   i  A Thing Worth Knowing  The beech tree ie said to be a nonconductor of lightning. So notorious  is tho fact; that the Indians, whonovnr  the sky wears the appearance of &  thunderstorm, leave , thoir pursuits  and take refuge under the nearest  beech tree.  In TonnoRseo the pooplo consider it  a complete protection. A learned  authority says that the beech tree is  never known to be struck by atmospheric olootrlcity, while othor trees  nrt> often shattered Into splinters. Mny  not a knowledge of this fact afford  protection to many whon exposed.  ES  o  Pi  6  Tho  dog  can't  I  Wmo ���������l.vtir������ worUlTina:i< a-yoac doubt* it.  I*������ Himm wrltn m**.' ....  " "lumbua Av������., hostou, U. H. A.  W.  N. U. 5C1  Sws*!  Hi: hufily crept up on *!,,-���������. fly  To mwiiI   II  oiHi-���������kfibllin!  But the tly wiih a wa������p ind It  Turned on a ml hwhmoi him.  .       -  ., . I. ..     O A - I    . .  I \        W   \f  | . M ���������>-   '           -        ' ........  fir, win wiiit>r with tho liu: in Hum-  irf'-r? .    ,  Woll I m-iH' ������"y ��������� "'���������' "������*- f<"<*l lf  no mm'h In winter.--Haltlmoro \mor-  1 JCJMX,  Making Mualo Useful  Economical Host���������Alice. Just play  Rome popular Hong that our guests  can ail Join in singing. Thoy aro  doHig notliinr: hut out and drink!--  Fllogon.lo Ulaettor.  Merely on Hli������ Job  Missionary���������Why do you look al. mo  no int. ntly?  Cannibal���������I am tho food Inspector.  ���������Ilnnulo (!ominoroliil.  Extraordinary  What, bocamo of that little kill on  you hud? imkod a visitor of the small  )<ii.V ���������  Why, haven't you hoard?  Nn.  was  It  drmvni'd?  No.  Ijimrj  No.  i>. i,.,-,.., ,i������>  I     No  Tlll'll    WhlllOViM*    lllll     lK-._W������i������������      ui     ii ,  wild   Iho  vtnitor.  It. Kiowod up Into a cat, wan  1 roply .-���������CU'sa&o Fi-amlnfr.  Clinton Motorlfru^  to Market Them  Looks a Good Combination to Assure Good  Feeling in Western Canada.  Clinton Delivery Cars are as Useful  to theBusu Farmer as to\he Town  ������MMMM-_M_M-r<u**HMdi������_iM*1' mmmrmx.^mm ���������**mm^^mma0*^*mi*mmm*mi^mitm**mm******m***mmm*mm*mmmmm*k.mm*mm*mm*m^  or Village Storekeeper:  Let Vh Send You Catalog.  duir_���������,jiiv in Cure  forSpnvlnn, Curb, Klnci-ouo, Splint. Bony  Growths And I.rmnmi'iin from many other  came*. Theno mon know that Kcndnll'n  l������ a monoy *iuvi*r nnd n homo savor. W������  CAii-prova It by thoinmnda of  Grateful Letter-* From Uaarb  !I.4.Ni".iiAJ_, Hahk., Djtc. ijth, njii.  "I have ������ Ir������rK������! utork of homeri and am ������  ^lll^r o( ICemlull h ,S|u,\ lu Cure.   X tnutit nay  ��������� tint T ������lwnv" luiil the limt willfcluiluiii fiuiu  Um liuc.   nnd   cull  iTconittirnilm  it  to ������iiy  li I'lUTKU.  li  The Clinton Motor Car Co., Limited  Winnipcjo: O4u_cc:--507 Sargent Ave.  STERNS    &     BURTON,     Saskatoon  fckiio   Abwiii,'.   fc-'f     P.'U.knl.c'hcv.'an  liornc i**/ner." JObUi*  lli4iv.>.-������ I,aki>:, Ma:��������� JJJ-c. r-jth.  - /  tho  "l  Imve nucit KriuUir* K|>uvlii Cure for  flv������ycuin. I liml it it nitre cure for rtpavliw."  iA ll.1.1AM GUANT.  v>rl^^   ���������/    t������-r    lu>ltl-���������ii   Iv.llll-M   tK.    A������U  |drtinnl*t  lor  nee i-.x>_   '_iciii<��������������� -u  t-i������������-  ,.."������"rtrwlH.'l,llll 7.1  I         Dr. B. J. Kendall Company  CaMM-ar* Fall*. V������rmaal, L'*______.  mmmm***mmmmi*m mmmm*************  Hla Handicap  Tin* young wlfo, rofusod a now hat.,  bitterly complained that sho had a  lot to put up with.  Ye<*. replied b������r luniharnl, and if you  know how Uttiu l nave to inn. u,������ ������il'.,  you would not ask mo to put up for  a new hat.���������lloston 'rraiiHcript.  1  Different Now  .. ,   .      ,. ..   XXI   A.. K.f%..\    .  .-UrtnA*   fiTI  Unexpected Fllppanoy  *   We hardly look for   humor   In   a  medical dictionary, yot ono    recently  puhllflhod deflnoB 'shout' as   an   unpleasant noiue producod by overstrain*  <^o.-������sn +������.������./-i������,t for vrilftfi p;������*������Mit ������ln;������������-  um uiu paid woll uml i-miill childrou  aro punUhed.���������Bohlon Trau6crlpt.  arnbbloton-  Agreed  -Kdinon  deolares    that  Ai-vrVh'di.n't'vo\i lfiuuh when thn "boaal ^ur   ������.our������ _ Hiyep  u  hibhiih  -mm*,^  tollti a Joko  "  Otneo Hoy���������I don't have to, I Quit  1 on Saturday.���������3atlre-  Klddor���������iiy   Jovo!   Thai   Is   exactly  what my baby thinks!���������Judge.  mm***  MMWI. ^U- l^^fi.   ..-   I,     I'l    ,',   il'i'li'.M.iinlin���������  ,r     ' 'i W/SfSW^^^SSm  THE' , CRESTON ; &EVIEW,    CEESTON9    B. C.  a   . ag b _f%_f's,i*i",  S    __ *���������������*_> ft   e������-,e������_ H_B  _8    _"_ BBSS? &.   B ������-,*-_ M_ B  A illiiiifl_L.  HF.AL._h  LOWER RATE 3N INFANT DEATHS  SALT    RHEUM    OF    TEN*   YEARS'  STANDING HEALED AS IF  BY MAGIC  Hands Cracked,  so  Could   not Work  ���������Cures Effected by  l?*\m i*____3__iJ  V������������_.l?I.i_I*.S  New Zealand Believes Women's Votes  are Responsible for Island's Record  New Zealand is proud of Its modern  legislation'���������far in acjyance of most  other- lands of the globe���������and its results, particularly regarding infant  mortality. The votes of women are  deemed  respect.    - ,  Kere are the figures denoting the  comparative infant mortality per thousand if. various nations for one year.  England and Wales 109  France 120  A  Double-Barreied-Eecaps  - Miners arc among ths-inost heroic  Danger    is   si-  people in the world,  ways beside ~them, ami - they are  schooled to believe' . that at  any time ihey will come face to fitce  with death. The result o������ this is  that they are humorous In their boldness.  a valuable adjunct in this I, In one-of the mines of Pennsylvania there was a cave-in which im-  It   does   not    take   long   .for   Dr.  German Empire , 170  Chase's Ointment to prove its magic   Commonwealth, of Australia    12  .healing power-       A single   night   is  Nofway  *. 72  eft?!i sufnototit  to produce the most! Provinces of Ontario. Canada,  ..131  startling results  Internal treatment for Bkin diseases is nearly always disappointing.  By applying Dr. Chase's Ointment to  the diseased parts relief is obtained  almost immediately, and gradually  the sores heal up and disappear. Here  are two letters which will interest  you *, -���������  Mrs. Chas. Gilbert Haystack, Pla-  centia Bay, Nfld., writes:���������"I was a  sufferer from Salt Rheum for ten  years, and bad about despaired ef  ever being cured, so many treatments had failed. Reading' of the  wondeiiui cure������ -Jtected by Dr.  ���������Chase's Ointment, I commenced using  ���������it, and was entirely cured by eight  boxes. I want to express my gratitude for Dr. Chase's Ointment, and to  recommend it to all sufferers."  Isfr- Stanley Merrill. Delaware, Ont.,  ���������writes:���������"Por years I was troubled  with my hands cracking, often becoming so bore that I could hardly do" any  work. I got some of Dr. Chase's  Ointment, and happily find that, one  or two applications of same toft the  affected parts make them well. <I  ftave had no trouble since using the  -ointment for sore hands.  Dr- Chase'!, Ointment, 60c. a box, at  Sweden ...������.  New Zealand  .62  The   only  country  which   attained  to really low death rate without help  of the women's vote> Is Sweden, and  f there women  has a great influence,  and take a great interest in politics.  In the German empire women are  not even allowed to attend a political meeting, aud they take no part in  elections.  Why should Australia, with its  burning summers, be able to keep its  babies alive better than Ontario? If  it is the cold that kills-them, Norway  li&o as _cv_rs c climate as Canada.  ���������A '      ���������'*���������>-' "   LIBERTY  BELL  A  FAKE  prisoned a miner named Jack Thornton- The accident happened on Friday afternoon, and the fellow laborers of the entombed men set to work  at once, io uigj him out. I* was not  until Sunday morning, however, that |  they reached his prison chamber, and -  by this time they ' were wondering  whether he had been suffocated or  starved to    death One    of    them 11  stuck his head through the aperture (J  The female'house fly lays from 120  to 150 eggs at a time, and these  mature in two weeks. Under favorable conditions Hie descendants of a  single pair will' number millions in  I  three months. ^Therefore all house-  1f-4������4A,  elinnW pntnitipni'i. it'aino-  ���������������������������-���������-* ��������� ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������        ��������� -~-o  SS-fSS  ������Q-*f*A_.������  Enterprise  Hearing a nolsfe at midnight in ono  L?55k=������_. I] of his rooms,,a gentleman tiptoed to  ;_������_������=*���������*���������"   gj tee spot- thinking to take the burglar  ��������� unawares.      Sikes, however, was not  to bt������ caught napping, and before the  owner of the    house    fully    realized  what was happening, he was looking  down the muzzle of a revolver.     You  realize  that you  are  at  my  mercy?  Yes, replied the house owner.     And  also realize that I could    shoot   you  dead if I wished?    Another trembling  affirmative.      You  did  not hear me  enter   the   house?      No.       Well,   if  made by the picks of the reBucers  and called out:<  Jack, are you all right?  All right, came the reply, and then  after a pause, What day is this?  Sunday, answered the friend.  Gee! exclaimed Jack- I'm glad of  chat;. That", was Cue Saturday night  when those saloon keepers didn't get  my wages!  Did Not Ring Out Independence, Says  Historian  ' Joseph Jackson, Philadelphia historian, comes forward with a statement  that the old cracked bell which is  treasured as an historic relic in Independence Kail was not used   in   pro-  Examination Time  The eagle-eyed examiner was sure  .Tones **-*.s cheating. Twenty times  during -.he last hour that individual  had p������:led out his watch and examined it closely- Jones, suddenly  roared the master, bring your watch  to me! Jones reluctantly handed  aver the timepiece, but all the disgusted examiner found was a small  slip pasted to the dial on which was  written "Pooled!" Jones was allowed to resume his work, butf he still  refeur -a  to his  watch  so  frequently  i  _-i������i_-?__������^_  early in the season, and thus cut off  a large proportion of the summer  crop-  ._    :_ "*���������*������������������;,    I* Usi&ws. 'Ibr   s<mt_^-^  \    -n_AMDMk    ���������Aa.-**.*        _������<.*���������.--_���������:���������������     ,������������������������������._&-"  j   .������*������������%a*    *mTm*ma%a     0UUB&9' WU*tt   .  I -fMsters.   A ddri food !C  AU Vr*mtaU and St*m������~*0q/.  claiming liberty throughout the land,   thar the examiner again g������*ew suspic-  Jackson declares that the thousands   iG_s.      Suddenly an~i  #Jl   dealers,   or  .-- V   4  ������������������- ���������  Ah-O.,    -t-UUlltSU,  Bdmanson,  Sates  &  The Cool Stranger  Buslnass was brisk in the village  store when the strangei entered.  "^     Any of you drive in a trap? he ask-  :ed cpsually.  Yes,  I  did,   said  Farmer  Turnpike  disinterestedly.     Why?  Gray horse, afid an old lady inside.  Yea. that's rieht.     But���������-  Can,she manage him all right? said  -the st. .nger.  I sh-uld think so, replied* Turnpike,  my wife's drove that horse ever  _ince ha was a 3-year-old.  That's all right, then, said the  stranger. I merely asked because  -the gru.y has just gone -down the  street like a mad bull, and the old  lady's hanging onto the back of the  trap, screaming murder! Still, i.  *he can manage "hitai, there's nothing  to get excited about. * How's the  ���������price o- 'taters- down your way?���������  London Answers.  IV Jijr,  who came yearly to Independence  Hall to view the old alleged mouth-  nioce of newly-born liberty were imposed on. Mr. Jackson then takes up  ihe alleged ringing of tho bell and thg  claim that it proclaimed liberty ou,  July 4, 1776. So far as he has been  able to discover after years of re-  S3arch, this misleading' statement is  directly traceable to "Watson's Annals  of Philadelphia." which was published  in 1850. Prior to the publicatipn of  that work the bell was known as the  State bouse bell and not Liberty bell,  and nothing had been said about its  ucc is ���������"Tccli-ii!-**'-'*3'' f-ndpiionrience. Even  as late as 183<> it was known as the  State House bell even after that building had ceased to he the assembly and  title had passed to Philadelphia-  Suddenly an idea struck him  Jones, he shouted, I'll see your watch  again, please! With eager hands  the examiner seized the watch, but  this time he devoted his attention to  the bad*: of the ca*"ie. Sure enough  there was a scrap of paper inside  fori It bore the inscription���������"Pooled  again!" Then Jones was allowed to  work in peace.  Women's  Best Interests  demand that every woman should  spare herself unnatural suffering  by obtaining safe and proper help  when physical ills and nervous  depression; occur. When ailments  and suffering come to you remember there is one safe, effective  gentle  and  well-tried   s-eni-dy���������  am  The OH of Power.���������It is not claim-  - ���������ed for Dr- Thomas' Electric. Oil that  It will cu'**s A-.*"-er**T ill  but its ���������ges jutp  ' .go various that it may be looked upon ] drates' are resolved into sugar;  fats  Body Cells and Foods  The cells of our body never learn  what the character of the food which  we eat really is." With this sentence delivered at a recent meeting  of Swiss men of science, Professor  Emil Abm^n has concisely defined- a  modern viewpoint of nutrition which  is rapidly becoming prominent.-Before  they leave the alimentary tract the  foodstuffs which we eat are broken up  into fragments that serve as the real  food of the body.     Complex carbohy-  HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hunared Dollars Reward  for any case of Catarrh that cannot be  cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  - We the- undersigned have known F.  .T. Chenev for the last 15 years - and believe him perfectly honors._Je in all business ti ansactibns, and financially able to  carry out anv obligations made by his  firm.  Walding,   Kinnan   &   Marvin.  "Wholesale   Druggists.   Toledo,   O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting: directly upon the blood and  mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free Price 75c. per bottle,      -old by all Druggists. ,  Take Hall's Family Pxtis tor Constipation.  ��������� ���������        -      ���������- ���������-_���������������������,    ..   ��������� VAIVVVI, TT   _,l*A*  one of Ketchums new patent burglar  alarms, this wouldn't have happened.  I am an agent for the��������� But the  house owner had swooned.  Astnma is Torture. No one who  hasn't gasped for breath In the power  of asthma knows what such suffering  is. Thousands do know, however,  from experience how Immeasurable  is the relief provided by that marvellous preparation, Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. For years  it has been relieving and curing the  most severe cases. If you are a sufferer do not delay a day in securing  this' remedy from your druggist  Tact  After the plumber had finished  some repairs about his off-lcc, the  kind-hearted business man .-*aid to  him:  You will find soap and clean towels  in there when you are through.  The plumber spruced up after he  had finished his work, but, to the astonishment of the business man, he  appeared a few minutes lat_r with  his face daubed with dirt and grease.  Why in the world did you blacken  your face up again after you had  washed yourself? the business man  asked.  Grinning guiltily, ths plumber replied, If 1 went back to the office with  a clean face, the buss would think I  had been loafing on tha iob.  1 SICKNESS AND DISEASE g  CUK&U  CANNOT BE  WITH DRUGS  .OCTORS' BHiIiS ARB'YEX-*  pensive. The constant, use,  of drugs is expensive,  and likewise unnecessary. Nature ,1s.  the only reliable doctor. Get close to  Nature and be your own physWian.  It is not liar3 to do. not difficult to  learn. Nature's laws arc*-"simple.  When the fire burns low, you don't"  run for the doctor or drug store or tho  patent medicine bottle;* you simply*  put on mote fuel. So when disease  or sickness attacks the body ot yoiir.  (self or any' member of your family,  eo to Nature's vast storehouse of vl-  -      .. 11.��������� .      ��������� ��������� .3       ^3���������^n.      A��������� _ ������������,-^        *-1 *A  CAA4ACJ-       ���������..AAA      _A CA, ..       ,..������VA ���������  alizing   forces   whicn  ������������jid  make you welh  i Send for Our Free  Book   and   Enjoy  Good Health With  out   Doctors"  or  Medicines  Break the bonds of  superstition and  fear which bind  you. Be master of  your own health and  the heair'n of youi  family. This book  points out the way.  If you are sick, you  icnow  it better than.  '31  I  4-t^A    ���������_aH + .,  ������vt_m      ������*������.%-     . ��������� . ..        ..    ^    _,  banish   uioeasa, _- --,*,  its   e.  |;euc;ai     p_ili  .achieved that greatness for itself  and any attempts to surpass it have  failed. Its excellence is known to  all wLo, have tested its virtues and  iearnt by experience.  Had His Doubts  Harry Lauder once scored  with a  neat impromptu at a Scottish theatre.  He had just finished bis third song,  and the audience were vehemently demanding more.      Some of his admirers were calling out the names of the  songs they wanted to hear.   One enthusiastic young man "in a prominent  seat,   wut*   particularly  insistent.      I  'love a lassie. I love a lassiet he kept  shouting.     The genial comedian looked him over, shook his head, and remarked gravely: I hae ma (loots, my  laddie-  If you did you'd ha' fetched  ':*hor-with you.?. :? ���������;<;..-���������  ���������Minard's Liniment Curea Colds, Etc.  Among the  coffee-drinkers  a high  place roust be given to Bismark? He  ilked coffee    unadulterated.      While  -with the Prussian Army in France he  Yone day  entered  a country inn and  aBked tho host if he had any chlc-  .ory In the house, ,    He had- y Bismark said, Woll, bring It to me; all  -you have.     Tbe   man   obeyed   and  banded  Bismarck a canister full  of  ���������chicory.      Are  you  sure' this  is  all  you hare? demanded the Chancnllor.*  Yes,   my  lord,   every  grain.      Then,  said Bismarck, keeping the canister  by him, go how and make mo it pot  ���������of coffee.        '     ,.**-���������''  Some friends wero talking of suc-  cesa. A certain man who had made  'A'fortu.'ie was mentioned-  When that man came to Now York  a few yearn ago, one said, everything  'he poRfleased was, tied up ln a handkerchief.     Today**-  The speaker smiled and stroked his  clone-cllppdd mustache.  Today everything ho posBoBBes Is  tied UP In h!������* wlfo'ti nnmo, hn-nddnd.  I  A poor woman wan tolling a kind-  hearted visitor how tho doctor came  ���������and taald sho had a sluggish llvor.  What bcatn mo, oho nddod, In how  th on. slugs get inside tho llvor.  ���������Ki':*."-!=,:���������, s;,i:.i;,':t!!':.t:':':,ra;..jji,:1.11 ���������: ������������������ ..rj.* ���������:::���������:"-*.���������������������������"'  , ���������������������������.:DinD^  i I'lY'i'V ' .v\>J,l'-'-cV'''"'\*"1 I-'',  ere split Into glycerol'and fatty acids:  proteins yieldaxi aggregation of char-  acteris-ic substances simple "buiidinpj  stones" at the disposal of the internal  tissue cells so that thoy can select  or further rearrange them as the  special functions require. Whether  it is meat or cereals that we eat is,  after all, largely a matter of indifference, for they all furnish similar digestion fragments', so long as the digestive processes perform their duty.  The Dans-rs of a Great City  A young man. who had been born  and reared In the backwoods went to  Chicago and  made a lot  of money.  Then he i -turned  to his native village and asked his father to take a  trip   to  the  Windy  City.      The  old  man.  however,  was not  enthusiastic  over the proposition.      He had read  of the fires, automobile' accidents, and  other  catastrophies    in?'- big    cities.  Finally, after   much   argument   aud  persuasion on the  part of his  son,  the father, reluctantly agreed to undertake the journey.     At the little  cbu-trtry station he was panic-stricken  and tried to get 'permiasjon to go back  home.'   "Once on the train, his nerve  began to revive,  and all went well  until the train dashed Into a tunnel  ��������� black as night.     When this happened, the old man grabbed his umbrella, hit his son a whack on Lhe head  and cried out:  I knew sot-nothing   would   happen*  i'vo gono blind.  Good and Bad Hum<*uf  Since both are very much under our  own control, we cannot escape the  responsibility if wo more frequently  display the latter than the former.  There Is no disposition moro comfort*  ablo to oursolvos or more agrboablo  to others than good humor.  Itlta to the mind what good health  is to tho body. It gives us tho capacity to enjoy everything that is  pleasant in llfo and of using every  faculty without Impediment. Oood  humor iUhpobos ub to contentment  with our position, to sympathy with  tho distressed and to kindness to all.  I cannot conceive u porsoh naturally  good-humored being unkind,  Good humor enables us to look at  tliliigH iu tho iiiottl favorable light and  to avoid giving or takiiig offence. Wad  humor ia quite sulaolont to mako anybody unhappy; it tinges everything  with its own dismal color, and. like  a woro place ouoiioh anu il la hurt  by ovoryilihn" that.'toucher* it. It  takott offence whoro none wa������ meant,  and croaton ii eplrlt. of general discontent and unhappInesB..'  The Solution of a Mystery  Job Hedges, the New York i-wi,*-.--  wit, and after-dinner speaker, was  called upon on one occasion to give  advice to a young man who was  thinking of taking up the study of  law.  My yo������in*_ friend, said Hedges T  was once standing outside of^a big  music stoie in the city of New York  and was lost in admiration-of ihe muscles and sinews of the men who lifted the piano on and ofi! the dray?.. I  was joined by a middle-aged man who  looked like an Irishman.  I l*#ve to watch those fellows, I remarked casually. Their strength is  fascinating..  Yes, Agreed the Irishman, and they  are interesting for another reason.  Whenever I see a lot of piano movers  and hack drivers, I am reminded that  every year the colleges turn out a lot  of graduate lawyers who never irac-  tice their professions.  of special value to women.  Beecham'-i Pill?*, remove the cause  of suffering; they clear ihe system  and by their tonic, helpful action  relieve you of headaches backaches,lassitude andnerve rebellion.  Try a few doses and- know the  difference���������know hew Beeeb.ana-'s  Pills will help your feelings;  how they  strengthen-,  invigorate  Preserve  __������������!  JT^iTva^^S.  Labor Lost  *ioddy was taking his father's dinner,* and on the way he saw 'a workman emptying a drain. That drain,  said Freddy to the workman, Is the  one father lost a shilling down. Oh,  said the workman, .and his face  brightened- Now then, youngster,  hurry on with that dinner hainrc it  gets cold. When Freddy returned  half-an-hour later the workman was  still working on the same drain. His  face was flushed aud excited, and I-fs  hands were black with mud. Are  you sure, he asked, that this Is the  drain your father lost the money in?  Quite sure, piped Freddy, because I  saw father get it out myself.  ���������Jnlrnnn,.  <_.-v  -������MJ  _      =    ,A ~         you   are> sicK.-s  You nnnt to-ant drugs, you don't ���������?*ant ���������  5S_  -S--OU   know 3'here "yoiT"af6- -iSkl'-g.^  to be doped and enervated hy~useless I'YS  drugging.    Write   for   our   free   book ������MLi  today.      Specify   book  No.   19.-,' We ������������������*��������� *. _S  pay   the  postage. B"  SB  DR. H. SANGHE & CO.     ~  '"  364 West St.   Catherine,St.,  Montreal/ Canada- ���������* *  JU������  otany  V*     iWI  .a-  ���������VUnard-'s  Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  .foiice  Commissioner���������If you  Every woman nhould be dure to reaS  the special directions with every box.  SoJd averywber*,.     -      '���������>      in, boxes, 25c  a    mob,  vveie  what  YOU   WESTERN  should carry a stock c? the Wonder  Fly Killer, a little device of seamless  metal, unleakable, and the sure exterminator of ev^ry kind of fiy and  mosquito. Retails at 15c. General  agent, Joseph' R. Wilson, 204 Stair  Building, Toronto, or Nicholson &  Bain in Alberta, and Escott & Harmer  for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  A .safe and sure medicine for a child  troubled      with    worms    is    Mother' "  Graves* Worm Exterminator. I2  ��������� The Simplest of Remedies  John Drew was interviewed by a  newspaper man in a hotel in Chicago' on_ night, and at last realized  that he would have a hard'time getting rid of the visitor. The writer  seemed determined to sit forever, in  spite of the signs of sleepiness exhibited by the actor.   . f  I suppose I seem like a night owl,  said the visitor when the, clock pointed to nearly three o'clock in the  morning. As a matter of fact, I'm  just that. I Buffer Intolerably with  insomnia. I wonder what's the best  thlhpr to do for It.  Go to sleep, suggested Drew  smoothly. If you'll step Into the  next room while I undress. I'll show  you how to do It*  -   . id  _.     OnAapoi  _       CtA-Ki  CtU���������rarCtes  ii4_v_ureaiT-*g;  -_ ^_we������_t_b*c������cs'Whilc,  Thar *WorK 0* Rent  Pft/CC^XS * mr AU U������ALER&  IHTIPNATIONAl  HOC* fOOO CO. UUITIO. 1D0O.HK>  ordered to disperse  would you do?  Applicant���������Pass around    the    hat,  sir!  Police   Commissioner���������That'll  You're engaged.  do.  The  sick  and. ailing will find  a  sur* *,: I  restoration to health and vigor Jn  The   Edeetine Botanic Treatsesil   j  ���������a    ______*   H-������***4M-*-*.������'_������   j.*/w_b    lrxli.\k     ^C*������m*w*������������i*     "������"!���������<** -"a**  made  stronk   and    robust    by    Botaniaf!  Treatment.    ' Skin ��������� and .J-���������iQCd, d&eases^;  By-phuisf lost vitality, emissions and gen-.*  Ito-urmary_    complaints,,; chronic     -and -  eomoncs,teQ diseases-' 01 men ������hiS *������vorftSEi -'-,  vield   to   Botanic   Treatment iwhen,-attYY  p������,ner Hjeanj? havs tailed.     Ou-** ,preparsv>v'  tions were-given the gold'M-SsS-as high-,"1-  eBt  award   at  the  TTsterr������at'OT>������>i  ISsn"-.*- '  tions in Brussels; 1909.-tMfi&Son'ilSlpi Pau-toV'T  1911.      Consultation free.' personal or by"  'otter       Oppn   10���������8.30  Use Edsctbe Botssiic Remedy ���������������*:  268-26S' Yonga   Street,: Toronto.  1  "^arts on ths hands is a di3S!3*'-''"3-  ment that troubles many ladies.*Hol-  loway's Corn Cure 'will remove the  blemishes without pain-  $6.'  DllTvcre3  Free   .   hounewlfe   .  WAMA   Spirit  Iron      Bum*   mciliyln  "  piriu.   Double nictrel finiih~nev������jf tarn-  ithe*. never Ret* outoi order, guwanlcwl v  *kCo������u I cunt an hour to inc.   Price, in.  elude*   Oclivery.     Send   (or  Circular.  Agent*.wantea.  ACME SPECIALTY CO.. WlWmP-Q_  Chinamen are Great Savers  - The Chinese never waste anything.  A shopman puts up parcels with half  the paper and string  _sed by Europeans.      Servants   collect   and    sell  match boxes and things which seem  to us to be useless.      In the country  you will see a bo$* in a tree beating  down a single leaf with a stick for  fuel.   Women, when too old for any  work collect dry grass for the same  'purpose.      A man collects his fowl  ana then beats old damp mats or mating.     Cockroaches and other vermin*  jump out, and the fowls have a meal  that costs nothing.'    You give a'coolie  an :dd coat that you are.'.ashamed to  wear and hie will probably get a tailor to transform it for 30 or 50 cents  into two pairs of excellent trousers  for himself.���������Detroit Free PreBB.  UM.f<  ������������ sjvjaiju-, mx-^rn p.  ��������� *���������������" *������_r������*ui  xjx.f   w������ Btia-ijui mx-%m f.'  A few doors south' of C.P.R. Depot %%,  m  s     . .....,  [ >     Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hnt  i������  !  Why Ho Wanted Milk ,  A clergyman had been displeased  with tho quality of tho milk served  him. At length he determined to re-  monstrato with his milkman for supplying such unworthy stuff. Ho began mildly, I'vo been wanting to see  you with regard to the quality ot  milk with whioh you aro serving me.  Yob. sir, uneasily answered the tradesman.. I only wanted to say, continued the minister, that I-uso the milk  for drinking purposes exclusively and  not, for christening-  >^esagj.-uw  W. N. U. 90.  If He   Didn't '  Tho norvous gonlloman was perfectly cortuln hu wan In the wrong  train. Ho had mtkuil many, many  mijioai, Vul tb^n. r.^rf***" *>���������������'> Tu.f ..1-  ways rollnblo, Thero niiyhl bo ** ju5--  tali'*. For tii'vliiiit Hum as tno i.i.uu  HtuaiiitHi blowly out, he UhoiUod lo n  porter Htiimllug hy: Porter, does this  train stop at UlaHgow Central? Tho  ,   .. i. ..ii-,������,.^ nn di-rimr   (hnu. nifl-  To ftfform Fashion  Fashion Is a shy bird, nnd an oh-  tiui'vuul critic bun nullcod that tallorn  aro not advising the frock coat and  i*anoy waistcoat, which are becoming  "unpopular bocauso Mr. Sneddon was  no drofip.od.ln tho dock. Tho pattnlnrr  of.the;frock qoat will bo welcomod by  many, and )>y many wlio do not ro-  mombor tho execution of Mru, Manning In t$4!>, who Hwung lu black sat-  in, and mado that mutoriivi unfaahlon-  ublo for many yoar���������. Thoro ia an  opening for roformoi'i who wish to  change tho fashlouB nnd are willing  to go to tho utako Tor their bollof.  i Ono  can  fovocc a womnn who will  ommnH ������ muriior m oril������������r lo l������n luiiii'-  ������til In <i hobble skirt, ������v ihnt thoro wlmU  h������������ no more hobblo sklrti". in tlio fashionable* world. And t"io otithualfiPiUc  vogetiirlun might kill Homo othbr  donkoy aud die lu luidlior booU. with  Hia idon of brlnKlm** vop-otfihlo hootn  What It was Worth  A Scottish lady, who w^s -pending  her holidays in London, entered a  bric-a-brac shop in Bearch of something odd to take home to Scotland  with her- After she had inspected  several articles, but had , found none  to -ult her, she noticed a quaint figure, the head and shoulders of which  appeared abovo the counter. What  is that Japanese idol over there  worth? Bhe Inquired of the salesman.  Tho salesman's reply was given In a  subdued tone. Worth about half-a  million, madam- That's tho pro-  'priotor.  *m*mwmmmMmmmmmmmmmm**mmmm,  Mlnard'������ Liniment Curea Distemper.  mmmmim'mmmmmtmm*"^!**! mmm*mmm*m������  Gracious! exclaimed Mr. Swell-  man. Ye baby has just oaten a lot  of that dog-buscuU,.  Novor mind, replied Mrs, Swell-  man; lt Junt norvos FIdo rlRht, for  ho hao often oaten tho baby's food.  Yob. remarked the tolephono girl  as she gns-Pd out at tho wavofl and  wondered what thoir number was. I  am connooUHl with tho bent families  (n our city.  tmiUiumimm*  Got What he Likad  The present? King of Saxony is a  stout, florid person of democratic  tastes, who lilies nothing bettor than  to be taken for one of his own subjects. One hot afternoon, while he  waa riding, accompanied by but one  attendant, ho came, it is bo Id, nnori  a butcher who was trying to repair the  broken axle of hlai cart.  The King-at. once offered his assistance, nnd for over an hour the .throe  men���������butcher, King and attendant-^-  worke_*!n silence beneath the blazing  sun. ���������'���������,��������� ���������  When they had finished, the butcher-stared stolidly at the King for a  moment. Then hie phlegmatic 'countenance lighted up as ho thought  that he saw the explanation of tho  klndneBB. y  Oh, he said, yoii also are a butcher?  No, roplied tho -King regretfully, I  only look llko.ono!  i mmm0*mmm**m>mm*mmimm'mmmmmm**mmi* ,  Going Up  Avlaforo appear to bo n modont b*>1.,  Thoy     probably    appreciate     the  truth of the adage, 'Pride woes before  a fall.'  ������>"{_    ____'������f    aM������&4mm   fa*   ������������_>������_!_������������������������.���������    ������������������������������  *   .:   '���������   "* -;, v- J;=---H   .*   r  OUR   BUSINESS, MEN!S-.LUNCH 1  FULL:COUfi8fEfe?.j5GAl . ,   \\  mmmJ .  . Al-i Ll N GTO ]M. G I-{-A LL'L tyG-'lv  :WAT"RR'P'R*O-0j^-^l^  Are the bes* ever made *-ajid are mm*-*, ti  anteed'to give you BUtfBfa6ti6n. ������*"aV"  all dealers, or. send us 25.cents-etal>V  ihg style and. b1__ requited. ,^'      ������������������;������,{  The ArHngtq>niCo.,?i)f Ganad^> tttpi  68 Fraaer Ave., Toron^*j;?.^nt.Y ti;:yM  m'wmmmy^'*1^"?!mM'm* <mumimm'm'���������mmmmimim*> * "**" m '**ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmi^ "' *' J  nEST AND HEALTH TQ MOTHER WD CHILD,  M������4������.W*h������l6w'������ Wo-icMi'^ot Svkop too������ b������i m .  wed for over SIXTY VSAR8 by>*II*lVW>Na -'of Y  mothbrs -.tat:.:. x\^it.j^xypiij^%^^m^yy:  thethino, with *aiii_tCT succjijaa. Tp5  EOOTHUfl the CpiI.DwSp^ltN8ji_-'_3dM8;  ALtAVS ������������ PAm : COkBSVWIND ������6uic7 ������_(������  it the bent reunKly for DrARKHOSAi'���������  K ia ������bJ :  aolutcly. harmleni*,: Pe 'aure������n.4 as*.'Jot, "Mt**;  ftiad.  rye_tg.flvecenu>������ boUla.. ���������   '  lJl**J������***������*������*"a**"*������^ V***mmmmmmm**mmmitmmmmw*.mm^������'  '��������� Or.s; Thing    Lacklnsj.;: - ?..:??;;';':-::  "Tlie lbtter^I gave you tKle morning, ;|  did you post it? aeked the. wife, lobi_*;;i  ing at hor hucbaiid 6,u I 'of'' the cdrh.ee ;|  of her eye     No, dear, I did not, Balif'  the'-man--boldly. *'Of cburae?yoi_ did-'I  n't.     And I told you It was Import*, il  iant that it ahoiild go! to-day.   , Yes,  dear.      And of course you torgot to1  post L     If that's hot,  jiiat   like   a  mon! But deair��������� Don't*but me.   I'iri?  angry.Y   But, dfear, look;here 'fit th*i|  lottor.     You forgot to address it.  ���������':"'l|  Zangwlir* Name  Israel    *5angwlU,' the>   well-known;  writer, signs himself I. Zangwlll. Ha']  wub once approached at a receptloal  by a fussy old lady, who demanded:) I  Oh. Mr. ZnngwIU/'Whnt In your Chrl**������ j  tlan name? . , ?��������� ','  Madam, I have none, ho gravoly aw  sured her.-���������Llpplncott'B. Y  nlnir nlnnualdo tho moving train, ho | into fnshlon.     Thuro aro many ponst-  gurgled- -Well.  It  ll   (Hihhii i.,   iooh. hum tiimin.i    Un    tim   Mn'mn"-"<     V,.,",    ,,'U  for the biggest bump you've ever had   consent to ,weur the wrong clothen on  la yer llfo.* | tho right occaoloa.- -London Chronicle.  Little and Bl_ Religion  This slory coiuoa trom Au8traU������,  wh������r** all convcroatlon turns ovont-  ually to liiMterB educational, becuiiHO  every parent In painfully anxious that  bis Honfl shall pano tho standard which  will free thorn from certain years of  mltliury aorvlco. A vlnltor waH con-  veralng with IiIh hoat'a omall non, and  opened, as ft mat tor of cour������o. with  the wordH, "Do you go to sohool. now?"  Yon.  And what do you leanti* kwhumik,  writing, luiinn?  Oh, yon. end I loam religion, too.  Ueilglon?  Yen, I Ir-nrn tho Uttlo rollglon, which  tonrhoH ilmt wo all come from Adam.  Hut my oiiii'i  iui������mh;i  iu iu ia nit,...."  .         >...������...    II..   M,v   v/.llr.|A������l     ,|������ld  C.llliil.1.    "v.   ���������-���������   ��������� ...  that teache������ that wo ull como from  moiikcyB,  FOR WOMEN ���������*mUV.  That la th* ntture of Dr. Pieroe'a Favorite Preaorlption���������the one remedy for ;��������� ���������  women which contain, no nlooltol and no Imbit-fortniatf drug*.   M������de IfOKi mttiv-i   *  Mic-dlclnol fcre-.t roots.    Dr. Pl#*riw tHIn ha (-.very lAttredivnt on the bottle-wrap-   j  per.    Prominent phyaioiana nnd aome of the beat medical authoritiea endoraa theao',,  in*iredients ma bc'mi tho very best known remedies tor nilmenta and memkntm*** ���������,  peculiar to women.  MU41. C14J-4/A.A.  Thin la what.Mm. Gknictti K, Co>*ht������v, ot-.MmMttfie^.-vil  Ky., Rayn:   "i tool it my duty lu wiltc������ and .rtaJS:.ydu:'itp*h'Stt;t j  your tnodlclnoH huvo dono for mo,   I was a groat m(ferarl(\  for Mix y(*ura froth a trouble poeu1!_r to wom**hj1������ut I am ���������'  thankful to nay, aftor taklnp; four bottles of your'Fayorlte?i|  PreHcrlritiou* I am not botliomd with that droadful dMonae ��������� Y  uny iniir.i.   T fi������������l llko ii, u..v.' v."0Ria.n,   .Wh.*������** ! ������Mt**wt������?'?  I y0n. frirudviro T only w<������lt;h.'4l US poundn���������-now L wmtgb,1'sa.  "X t.bimk you very much for your Idndnoiw.   You havoY  bona an u father to mo in advl-uni*- mn whtvt, to do, so may t-n  God hlimB yoii la every offortyou put forlh*for Rood?'   '!       ''  "l hope thin U'i*tlmnnli>l will Ih* iU-> 'u^an* qf i^m^i)uooJf? I  im   ...  .. *....������.... .^ <������������������^l.l^,. I,....III. i. ,-,.,'i  I  ������t.t.  l.'...4-..  Dr. I'lerOD'a ivicuium auviwi, uvmjr i.h..m w .- ~-  ������I delicate uuemtioita about which every woman, allele or marrl-id ouAhl to kaarw^  s-ss PU-Mianed ev6ry   Friday ."fit- ���������bestGu������ British Coluiubia, ujtfa-rvCa-eBUiii *. visit?  W. "B. McOmjrk  Editor nud Manager  The Beview is the ncknowledged udvertising medium of the Creston valley, cur  dilating in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Creston district; and  reaching ont in a broad iiiHiint-r into other communities. Our advertisinj-c rates  are based on the scale of the Kootensy aid Boundary Primers'Board of Trade.  Laud purchaFe and land lease n������tices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements. SI _*r inch uer month; o.her odvertiMiig 10 cents per line first it-sue  and 5 cents'per line iu ~-*ucceediug weeks. Subscription rates ������*3 00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matteiH of local interest, and the welfare of the conimnnity., O-ntributions must be brief and  signed.  /~"A .? ?:: /       YYT?-nr     *     i  V^l C _5 LUii     i IU LCI  i j he Z.cs.difi'7 ���������  4-1. ~  LUC  _���������-w^.-*.������������������  ^^m..mmmx^-m  A few years ago that famous fruit growing valley down  in Oregon, known as Hood River, was no more known to  the world than Creston v is today. Now apples and Hood  River are almoat synoniinous terms. One hardly ever  thinks of the one without bringing the other to mind.  What brought about this great and rapid transformation?  Possibly Creston can profit by the example.  At a time when the trees in Hood River Vaiiey were no  N older than the trees in this valley are at present, the ranchers there found their market playing out, and with the maturing of the orchards, much of even the best of fruit could  find no market. A number of meetings of the ranchers were  called by several men who had a capacity for seeing into the  future and believed in advertising, and' they, after a number  of ai tempts succeeded in getting the farmers to spea������_. a -itt-e-  ������������������-���������������_,.*������  *<-���������������   -..,uii-4*-,   ���������r%.-.-������_-������4-4_c.      T'r.-- vi*fv _.~^_ s.dver-*"!sincr  ���������_liG������|������_y     *Q_ .   pUUUVll.>      ������������������** pvra\,s������. -. *-������*~   Vv-aji   ***������v ������������~ .���������--.-*-���������0  .1a������a 4>������i-<.n^4u1 *!.._ ���������via-c-L-a'- -P4-������t- WrA/-^  T?iv*e������r   fruit-.       Aft���������5*   ths*l  there was no trouble in securing the funds for publicity  until now it is almost impossible to get away from the name  ol Hood River.  The people of that,valley had a good thing and they  knew it. Creston has a good thing in its rapidly developing  orchards and the ranchers know it. The stranger who  visits Creston but for a day perceives it, but Canada does  not know it British Columbia or Alberta. Creston's market  ���������now is limited to the Crows Nest T������ass and a few prairie  Hotel of tbe  Fruit    Belt  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if vou sieri the register at  Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. W6  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  .'-fc-^ *S/*%^'_*���������*%_=*_*  Lis B.-kjry  - S'-  - *U S      S_. _������_       w     ������      *L   -*- .__*������*.  i������i^ r* z_������-"V  . *_.    ^���������fiiV*l!. ' ,   /^m tr     r  ana -iinippo-n <u*Dina  /_  $&  !" Our   Guests j  . Gait   cAaaxn \  Headquarters for Mining Men,  JUUsiD-srincn.   Runcuers,    i ounsts  and Commercials.  *-_r*  I  ���������  Wk , We have just received anew<stoc__ oi  <tw  S������Genuine Nippon Hand painted China,   Jf  Nippon nana pi  also the1 New Thermos Flasks, consis  '���������IMf*'    4-Al- ������%4������-k4.        r**%A 4-4.11 4T.***-  V.Alg    V4_ UAAAb       CA11AA %4Ml��������������� A.  l-\4>t  i->.i4-*riir������  ,    r   cases etc., at the new  prices which are  50 per cent  below  the  former  prices.   ^  See the window display at the  .,_*&nI  T  JT  U* xuoran  v sr  -m aw _������.._, _> ._  liiETDiTD TLilT TSb!  fcofcii int. 1  IEU  &2m  Creston Drug&Book Co.  ^*-ee������eeS*M'**e'  _."���������_-_     _  H^ 5 4__i i** maa m a*a\ _������**������        Bl T_m������_������%. ��������� gum, mm*       mm. s������_. j*x%\  i  _MiBan-__B2s_e-  to see  what its  business  strength is.     Just  yesterday  a  gentleman  came  into   the  office  and  ransfer, Livery and reed uses  (Best equipped .Livery in Town)  Aii class of TURNOUTS Supplied at ^bort notice.   The latest, styles of  '_���������  <_���������  GUTTERS and BUGGIES Ior sale and hire,  _���������  w  154  ST.  U4>  _l  ->*J  isl)  ^Jl  __:���������*  Wi  ������?>  _}  i_������V  _J  _J  _>  ������ Phone 56  *p _^* .>������������^->>>a-_>ii-44#-4-j^a-A-������ia***������������a*-A9'S!4Ta>-ia^ *S^'-?SS  c_ j Ai-   ^���������a _1���������l4wV������_���������^������ ~.  Speoiality. _*"������'  Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses*,_or sale ^  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and me,e|jftll trains %  at any honr of the day or night.   OommerciHl men and lanase.j|jers, will e  receive prompt attention M  n. o. iviuwroau i, i  Tu-  Sirdar Avenue  Boxl-  1  ���������^���������S-.*.,;.     *!~_.jl _._l_A������4.������n_, 4.511 a-1������*x ������n������>- 4-A-f Ovjiclnn cfo-tnr-ic -f/\-r -frilli"  UWiUUSy    UUl ������tUV���������A.^ii3K   u__- lii^i Jiaiuv.  u*   vavSavaa Sauaa^^  _-^������   ~ ~--  .then the market for our apples, peaches, or pears will become  greater than can be supplied and the prices for them will go  proportionately high.    Money, therefore, expenbed for publicity makes a good investment,     Yakima Valley,  Wanat-  chee  and  many  other places have found this out long ago. j.  How shall Creston advertise?  There are a number of ways and Creston at present.  though half-heartedly, is making use of one of them,by sending displays of the valley's produce to the various fairs. A  good display at the Dry-Farming Congress to be held at  Lethbridge this fall, will be possibly the cheapest and greatest opportunity Creston will have for publicity for years.  The ranchers cannot take too much pains in preparing a  prize-winning exhibit. Then there is the Spokane Inter-  State Fair and the Spokane Apple Show to which displays  should be sent, to attract the stream of immigrants that are  coming into Canada from the States, if not to advertise  the fruits  There are many acres of unsettled land about Creston.  Settlers are needed in order that fruit may be grown to sup.  piy a large market and that Creston may acquire the  strength of older sections. But this district is unknown to  the homeseekcx* and must be advertised.  Another method of publicity is the use of pamphlets* containing pictures of our orchards and prize-winning fruit displays, which should be distributed in the libraries or other  public places of all the large cities.  Now we come to another instrument of publicity, the local  newspaper and wc are not bold when we say that the Creston Review, at present, is practically Creston's only means  of publicity being put to use.  This is done unconsciously, too, by the ranchers and advertisers supporting the paper for only what they get out of  it at the time being.  To prove our point that the Review is the biggest means  oi publicity at present being used here. Four Reviews go  out of town to one that stays in. The Review always boosts  ior the vaiiey, so much so, at times, that some who have  little foresight complain that there is too much of it. This  work of publicity is going on all of the time, while the displaying of exhibits is only seasonal. The board of trade is  doing good work but it could do better with the support of  mere business men and ranchers back of it.  Now we come to that point that we wish particular attention paid to. Strangers to a community judge a town by Hs  newspaper. They run over its columns of reading matter  %x> *eo ii   two   town, iu uiivc,   tltcy   a-cuu   iia   uuvciubc-iicuit*.  Review. He did not have time to stop in the town but  he wanted to know more about it. He said the local paper  is the best thing with which to size no a town and handed,  us the price of six-months' subscription.  Now, if what that  gentleman said is true, the local paper  subscribed for   tbe     ^W'W_^^WW^VW_������������_W>^r  > in  the town  but   v^V* ,r^^  ������*l**-A.-.lrt      *���������������.4". _,n .,���������     *V1S\������-_A       *\ 4-4>_.^. A.^ ^v<-,      f���������A^.      I^aaI 1���������-.__-._- ��������� ��������� _  ��������� ������������������ A."I ���������  ouv/uava   _w_w-v-^   jla���������-V���������.W    tvb.w4.4vo   ilwiu   _\X.<X.J.     MUSlliCSO   mr-II     LA-CU���������  t_ ���������_ ��������� ���������_ :*ui_  XL  __>    UUW    -Ll-P-l-aiUlC  ��������� _  1 ttu_fe  Creston's  lt iias. xl _s> uuw _injj-is_iujc iu luuge v^rescon's ousmess  activities by scanning the advertisements. Why? Because  there are twenty-one concerns in Creston that do no advertise  in the local paper. This is not fair to the paper or to the  other business men who are doing all they can for the lown  in the way of publicity.  a   /r   t%    /t  l^_^?^  B_iB__ an.    *^_,      Bsa__     5  r  !������i@!TS|in  fi 3������gJ������f^_li3.i3������ig gj^  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned and endorsed on the  envelope "Tenders for the oonstrnotion  of a residence for. the Superintendent of  the Expeiimontal Station at Invermere,  near Athalmer, B. C," -will be received  np to 4 P. SA., on the First day of AuPf-  nst, 1912, for tho several work** and  materials required in the erection cf a  residence for the Superintendent of the  Experimental Station at Invermere near  Athalmer, 8. O.  Specifications and plans oan be seen  on application to Mr. Duncan Audoison  Athalmer, B. 0.  Eaoh tondor must bo accompanied by  nn excepted ohook on a oharterod bank,  payable to tho Honourable tho Mlniator  of Agriculture, equal to ton per cent of  tho wholo amount of tho tender, whioh  chock will be forfeited if tho Individual  or company bonding it deolinou to outor  into a contraot with tho Dopnrtmonfc or  fulls to comploto tho building,  Tho Department doos not bind itsolf  to nooopt the lowest or any tendor  Newnpapim* publishing this ndvortino-  mont without authority will not bo paid  A. L. JABVIS,  ABfilBtant toeputy Ministor, and  SoovGtavy of AgiiouUui'u  Dopartmonfcof Agrloulturo.  ���������2B2B2 Ottawa, 20 Juno, 1012  Eiectric Ret* tore ir i-wir men  Phi[)Sr*hOHOl rrs-toreii ovcry norvo In the boil v  I.'*,, ,1:', ' *.lto Un proper tonalou; rontormi  vim uml vllullty. I'ronmturo ilnr.ny nml nil nuxuai  ivenikiietis  uvcrlcd nt ouco.    X'lioapU'onol will  ��������������� wr. ?���������*"���������������������*. .V'.,e������ JR. teSw-W^1-0-  iD������������*BI���������������*lli^iu#������,Ottiii,  ~ ~      "*  run ohlc  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  sale. Close to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  oattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner %. Beview.  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NOttTH-  WJ-B'_ MINING BJ_������UX4A'__OjNH  COAL~Coal mining rluihis may bo loused  for twenty-one yearn, renewable atun annual  rontal ot tfl an nore. Not more than '_,M0 acres oaubo loaaed to ono applicant. Royalty  flvo cents por ton, In unsurvoyod territory  tlio traot must bo staked out by tho appll  emit ln poi-Hon, and personal application to  tho Apiont or sub-Affont of Dominion Land  lor tho district must In all cases bo inaiio aiid  tho rontal for tho HrHt year must bo paid to  tho njjont within thirty days after ltHiiij  application  QUAltT55--A porson olghtnoh yoai'H of nm  and ovor, having mado a dlsoovory may locate a claim 1.(100 foot by 1,600. Voo, ������}5. At  louHt, IjlOO must bo oxpondod ou tlio claim  oaohyoaror paid to tho Mlnliitf llooordor  Whon i)60O,O has boon oxpondod or paid and  other roqnlremontii compilod with, tho claim  may bo purchased at 81 un aero.  VLA0EU MINING OIjAIMS aro 600 foot  toiircand from 1,000 to "3,000 fc������t wldo. KiHry  fco ������5. Nob less than 8100 must bo oxponded  In dovclopomont worlc oaoh your.  DKKDGINU.���������Two lonsos ot llvo mlloH oneh  o   arlvormay bo Issuod to ono applicant, for  4-1 term ot 20 years,   ltcntal. 810 a mllo por an  num.   -loyalty. 21^poioont nftor tlio output,  ox '-cods 810,000.  W. W.OOItY  Deputy Minister of tho Intorlo  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A i-eliabla Prench regulatortnever ialle, These  pills are exceedingly powerful In reiriilntlnir tho  ffaneratlvo, portion of tlio remnlo aygtom. KofuHo  nil cheap Imltatlona.  Dr. <(��������� T*n>t nre aold nt  _lu������ ������-ib������M ������rn������ Oo.. Bt. Oatfwv'n'-a, Ont.  ��������� ''"������������������V    W ***��������������� m*   *m    m   n������ '���������mm    a- ���������*n0 v        ******% ym*   a   ���������  Wholesnle  Provisions,   Produce,   Prult  flimcral OorfiimlHkiton Moroliantu  nf Plsirilif  ui   1 lufiieij  ^ No Man Can Ever Hope to Be*= e_p*  ~**   come Rich on Wages Aione   ^ -  Small  investments are the  only way that   men ELLj  of moderate means have of making money ^utside &������  '>  their regular occupption. tZX^  Easy terms  allow  practically anyone  to  pur- ESC_T  chase   lots in places which the finger of progress &*  points out as coming cities.  Today You Have an Opportunity to Invest K  That IVlay Never Come Again .^^  FORT FRASER���������the coming city of certain-,5  ties offers you a chance to realize  large   profits on  a small investment.  Just figure it out for yourself.    Fort  Fraser is  the natural  centre of a vast country of unlimited ^  3i'possibilities.  5*     Nature made  necessary a  large city  at Fort  Fraser when she centered fertile valleys  point-.  And when the railroad arrives   early next  year  there is  going to be a demand  for property in  Fort Fraser that will put these prices to at least _^  double their present level. gfcf^  And the Terms       jg  $10.00 down aud $*o.oo a month will secure a ffligti  lot in For.t Fraser.   Prices run from $300 up.      . W^S^  These are about the easiest terms imaginable, 'Ss*  terms that every one can meet without trouble.      5r  An illustrated booklet about Fort Fraser can be W-flU,  had from us that will prove of intense interest to JJJs������  to you.    Get one today.  ���������(  Hi  xo aKHW  Dominion Stock & Bond,CorpM ^  Limited  VmWcotwer,  JLJa   \J*  ^mam^  m^m^aammmaaam  SHrpc-nn VallR������ InvfiftlmRnt Rn  *,,; ,1 -||l mm  m    ���������nw   tww*   *m >m  m *t a*   <m>m a* m ***   at w hi M    n*    'mm   "������*'' .**> m m> m ���������������-   ** m m������ , v-*   ���������*���������������   ���������  ^Agents for Creston and District.|  # jf^^B^^a ^U|   ^^x   mmx   ^uim   u^m   ^m   ^ui.      f^tu   ^.   x,^   mm ^__t   i���������M   _M  _^h      yuu    A|^   ^u   aaa4^ t^m.   _^_.   ^^m   *mm   a**   a^   ^^.     ^L   K^���������  -I',,-       1  4������������JI>|-***"  ..;:.:,,,,,.,������������    millMllllllWllll.1,1  UilUIIIIIIIWWllllMI���������^  ^^t^^w^wv,'ww������^>#iww^;^^<'*'|4',^iiii#iii|iit,Atwwti^^ sssa   _. ������mwi in www  .-���������.tn <- 2������rA-i> -^''-K*"-'  Art,.i,.t,..-  ���������tffiiP''  *'- )>-.  *'^. 1     *������������������?      ��������� ^..V.  ' r i    n  . -A',wiL_- ���������I���������ID���������2_S������������������  f   --   rl'L/'-jiSJJwgW "  ;._ j,_&_r.  ^I'jcim���������  THE   CBESTON    REVIEW,    CBESTON,    B. G.  i p m i    Hffl1   Um'*!--****;  ������__a__iB������_-3S-i-ffl--B-H^^  1^      ���������  ���������v-  TIT-ii_riilTliT-llW"llf'T -������������������������������������������������������ _  IIYT/V-I - IJ ATCI 1  Mltf" I ii ���������!K' i fclW-.; ������������������ll*"!* _r I  4K^.  jr   *  ir" ��������� ^    w ���������t^a   ���������������   ~r  _ ��������� ������������������  a*  11 CZ      nKJIVitZ.  OF   77-/H  TRANSIENT  this Hotel   is  one  of  the  best    known    and     popular  |    Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  I  I  m  \ '" * *  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  ��������� The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  ureston, __.<  vjnsgg  Nes_v_iu���������!  ������  OVR NEW METHOD TREATMENT *wffl cure you and make a man o_"  you.   Under its Influence the brain becomes active, tho blood purified eo that all  pimples, blotches and ulcers heal up; tlie nerves become strong as steel, so that  nervousness, basMulness and desponden   '  '   " "        .-*���������-...  face full and clear, energy returns to the __  systems are invisorated; all drains cease���������no ���������   You feel yourself a man and know marriage cannot he a failure.  Don't let quacks  and fakirs rob you o������ your bard earned dollars.  t&������ NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WlUTTEN CONSENT '  THREATENED WITH PARALYSIS *���������  Peter E. Summers relates his experience:       '^_^_5r*H__  "I^as troubled-with Nervous Debllitv     j^^Z-^W  V  for many years.   I lay it. to indiscretion   ,*I|������ir*������__S__S'fc H  M *���������_���������*    -^j*   ������������M_ an<* excesses in youth.   1, feeeaina verv fifss^ ^**sss*t&gj!a ������i  xn    _r srsis dOhnondenfc and didn't care -whether 1 & ~*������2i S  ������*J    - -Bg-tt worked or not    I imas-ined every bod v. H c _ a_  i taw ___*-_*--&_! 5^j__Js* _l���������_shp%^^-.,ls-^ fe___. ___���������__���������  h ..^-^^ ^=^*^^-^^^T^^Tr^6w,T ^^  -������-���������������  hands and feet were if,   ������    torn_-F,poorswpstito,  igk^j^  r'    ii__3ts *were shaky, eyes DlurK"_; oair \__a___.  ,    loose, memory poor, etc.. Numbness to  ���������JV  tw    P ^ l       the fingers set in and tlie doctor told me  virices is 9,2*0,100 acres, eonjparecl witl?  ������,302,283 ������-_-_ Ui 1912, the decreas**  being accounted for by the largy area  of fall wheat winter killed iu Alherta.'  Oats in the- tbtee provinces occupy  5,037,000 acres and barley 826,100 acres,  as compared with last year's census  figures of 4,563,203 acres for oats and  761,738 acres for barley,'  Whilst, not eaual to the exception-'  s    -  ally high figures recorded this time  last year, the condition of spting sown  crops is generally good.  % The highest figures for spring cereals  are recorded in Prince Edward. Island  and British Columbia, the per cent  condition ranging from 97 to 09 in the  former and from 90 to 95 in the latter  province, the avera0'������ f*11* the Dominion being 80 to 89. Fail wheat remains  low being only 70 for Canada, 7& for  Ontario and 71.6 for Alberta. East  year, the condition was also low, viz.,  75 for Canada; the average for the four-  years, 1908-11, was S1.5. Spring wheat  is 89.73 per cent, compared with 9_.78  last year and 88/25 the four year's average, oats 86.-3 againbt 94.46 in 1911  and 90.4 average, barley 88.58 against  93 in 1911 and 89.28   average,   Bye is  Sex&������������ready Suits  at $is and S29  T O0K for the price���������and name���������lewn  ^���������i^*^        -*-^ ia ._������ pocket---''tl*f**fly'* *!"* **���������suj-  | '  J Ask yot_ Clothier and send (or stria  book and aanple of "KIhe's Own"  {Serge at $20. Send dlrecttoScml-ready,'  Tuimited, Montreal, iW wok ������sli.lcd  "Sir I" If you cannot _et tt In town.  Sm!-ttv&B ������������Unriajj  G. _ red Johnstott, _**������_i_. B. C.  ������94'9_9-r9-*_-__9������*fl94-������r������wWi}W*������-A  N0W JS THB riMp TQ MAKE YOUR TBJBES  El  he feared paralysis.   I took: all kinds of  medicines  and   tried  many first-class  physicians, wore an electric belt for three  months,   but  received little benefit.   I _ _       _.          GEFor.E treatiw-ht   wi3 induced to consult Drs. Kennedy &     _._���������._-_   jicnneay, tnougn I had josc an. raitn in      --.������._-.  ooatcrs. iiilroatarovraingmaa I commenced tho New Meteois TaEATMENT and It  saved my life. The improvement -was like magic���������I could feel the vigor j?olng througli  the nerve_ x was cured mentally and physically. I have sent them many patients  end continue to do so.  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  Wo treat- and ci������6 VARICOSE VEINS. KEkVOUS DEBILITY, BLOOD AND  URINARY COMPIaAINTS. KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES and allDiaeaa--  *"=-���������Hs_ io Mss.  '" CONSULTATTfCN FREE. SOOKS FREE, _��������� sssU3t9������_a<^Ht-������brsCs������&s  Bleak sor Home Treatment.  xxie following is credited to a negro  preacher in Washington;  "Ah dreamed ������ was in heaven the  other night. As Ah stood just inside  de golden gate dar came a rap, and  George Washington was announced by  St. Peter. "Let him come np and sit  on mah right side,' said the good La wil,  who was sittin* on de "throne. "  "Pretty soon there' was another  knock, and Abraham Lincoln  was an-  m  ���������n  ���������Mi  "A  a Summer Pruning and Thinning  ' I j.*">^yt  f **M_   ' '[IfJ^lttZii  ^ OKANAGAN and KENT County Jixpertence   ^  m ��������� BOX 42, reston Under Experts of <Both Sections    S  /Vj /\o  Wm ST R������BIS������ ST" B H H"  >������_jia___a,_fei'_^E__? B  mMB^mSmBmrn,  'gHi������_Fiev  m arm __ _  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St. Detroit Mich;  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart*  ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to-  _ see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  H no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  _*] Laboratory for Canadian business onlv. Address ail letters as follows*  H DRS. KENNEDY &r KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont,  ^^"Wrfte for onr private address. t  ^e__������g__^g^_^!^-a-m'a!a^^  87.84, peiis ai'e 8U.U0 arm imxe-_ grams  84.98. Hay and clover show a condition "Si* f**������*nt of 85.59 against 84.97 in  1911, alfalfa 90.59 against 82.31 and  ^asturs Q5.&3 sscj-insti 90.77. In tuo  three Northwest provinces ^spring  wheat, oats and barley rangh from 80  to 88 per cent, figures which are close  to the average of tbe four years, 1908-  11 and which are below last year's exceptional records by from about from  10 to 15 per cent.  The estimated numbers of live stock  show further decreases except asre-  ~���������JoVn-oaaiifl daArv cattle, the for-  mer being 70,400 and the latter 14,500  more than last year's estimates. The  census figures of 1911 are not yet available. The coiiditiua of all live stock  in Canada is uniformly ������xcelleut, Lhe  number of paints being 97 horses. 98  cattle, 97 sheep and 98 swine.  WATER NOTICE  We, The Bedlington and kelson  Bailwaj* Company of Vancouver, B.  C, by occupation a railway company,  gi'-'e notice that we intend on the 24th  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  the forenoon, to apply to the Water  Commissioner at his office at Nelson  B. C. for a licence to take, and  use one-half (%) cubic foot of  water per second from an unnamed  .spring to be diverted at-a point about,  513.5 abo^e the "Water T-*nk.  The w*I"4_t -will lie n.se<i an our vighr.  of   way,   for domestic   purposes,    for  1 /^/*#"\.������i r\*#*."! _r/������o ���������***���������*--1   _������������������*���������������������-I-r.o  A. H. MacNeiix,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nelson Railway Company  Dated this 12th day of June, 1912.  nouncpd hy St- Peter.    ' 'Let him sifc on  my left side." said the Lawd.  , ''Den Ah heard a terrible knookin' at  the gate, and de angels all trembled.  '"St. Peter opened de gate carefully  and den he turned roun' and said to de  1  Lawd,: "You'll ha,ve to get down and  give him your seat Lawd; it Mr. Roosevelt." ���������Pure Food Magazine.  NOTICE  Nelson Land District���������District of West  TTrArkf an fxrr  Take notice that I,  Guy Lowenberg,  of Creston, B, C, occupation, agenf, in  tends to apply for permission to pur-  chase   ths" following described lands; |  Commencing   at a point on the  east 1  boundary of lot 9269   about 20 chains  north from its southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north. 20 chains west 20 chains g  north 20 chains aaore or j.ess to tucpGiuu  of couimencemenc containing   120 acres  more or less.  Guy Lowenberg,  Dated May 10,1912. Applicant.  COMPLETE v  1*. *  Ai-imai   Fertilizers  MONEY  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  (Ja.ii or send ior cur  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  fl DIIOMO       9m     fl--  r. uunrca & uu.  Limits*-  ^A.1> >rA4-\������TA/->1A.T  ���������UJ-vJEVS**-.- -L/i-N  r*. *"\  S>,\m>.  \ T-T/--44   CMVtntm  j   CALGARY; VANCOU-  j   VER;    EDMONTON.  ���������_B-  ^rv^'  t* .iJUj*& ������,  nw**.  ���������   A  .  TT_&S|ri������KB  nU   B^lil.i   _na-IHoB  m  -���������������������������_���������   MB -MfSHk     ���������_���������__.    flHMI    _____ *"   *  is is m -������._������___---_-   9 "      ta    M     ������*     hM. Immmm ������������������_*   ���������.  1 \ .  V&P  ixxuxjmiimmnx  I    1  lo *_ ft rain n  13 -IIICIK "  n  1  The   International   Bible  Students' --Association  - Passes Resolution.  .ministers of his constituency. to avail  themselves of his columns for their  statements. We believe tbat in this  one. act they can just noW serve  their readers better than in any other  way, 'and be it further resolved; tbat  the secretary of this convention be  instructed and authorized to mail a  printed copy' of this resolution to  every minister and editor in Canada.  *-*-' o__������>   ���������  NOTICE TO CONTRATORS  vw  ������^ ���������  gm\\  m  It is expected to induce the editors  Mid publishers of Canada to help tho  l-vangelical ministers to publicly de-  *  dure there personal conviction on a  moat vital topic without jeopardizing  their own roplitation or interests.  Resolved:���������That it is the   sense of  'tlio' liitei'hationjil Bible Students,dole-  gates, here, asssembleil that wo do not  ilnd tho Bible to teach tho doctrin of a  literal "Holl Fire" or place bf lire and  ���������.! brimstone for the punishment ot Llio  wicked;- but* that secular  history of  tlio  formation   of  tbo creeds of tho  middle iigcs reveals the fact that i'or  "yavious reasons,'either  wisely or un*  ���������wiHely,  tluv dootrinti   of   turiitent in  "I loll Firo" was udiiocl  to tho gospol,  ������u tuuglit by '.Tehiw and   the. twelve  ApOHtli.fri, ���������neooHHli-ating. ituiiiy rodicu-  luiiH intei'iiroiatluiis of tho Loril's par-  ahloH. ,'VVoa; Miorot'oi'O,  now uin'osevv-  I'llly ropudiato us thoroughly nnscrip-  tural tlu'. teaching, of a place, state or  cimilltioii  ol' a, "Litoi-al IjiiIco of F.lru  , and Ih'iniHUnio for Uio lormoitt of tlio  wlolcoil," ami I'uil.lun', wo hollovo from-  iiuiny' poi'Hoiial U'stiinonlnls tliat the  vaat inajoi'ity.ol' iuinintorn of all Pro-  '    U-Htani. iliiiioiuiiiatiotiH liavo iii'lvatoly  Crops and Livestock Bul-ciin  A bulletin on   the   crops and live  stock of Canada was issued on July 17  ��������� ��������� ���������-       <���������-������������������ ���������-,"���������'��������� *. ���������      *, '  by the Census and . Statistics   office.  The correspondents of the office report  that in the Maritime  provinces and  generally throughout eastern Canada  the weather of June continued cold  VupuilliitiNl the "iloll Firo" thoury,  hut, havo I'or HiippoHiHlly good roawonH  JiDMi'.aU'il fully *������������������������ Inl'oi'iu Uiolr riuigri;-  gatioiui, uml I'urth'.'l' w<> bollovean thin  account, .tli'iUHai'ili** and perhapH tent*  ,ii' tluiiu-iiiidM uio being drivon Into  '.tAip'.ii'iMi' *''' i.illiliHi ,v:  Thci'ol'oi'o, ill iH 1'nvtlini' l'Cfiolvoil,  (,|iat ,wo apponl lo ovory' nilnlstoi'In  I'aiiiulil, to publhili in Ins local nenvtf-  |ia|ior,.oviM' Ills nwi* nigi)ntut*<������, a statc-  nu'iil, doclai'ing wlu'tliui' or iioi< lu������  imlh'.viiii tins BUilototi-iu'li tln< ilocti'lno  ul'a lili'i'al'lnlvi* al'il'i'ii Mini brlniHlono  ii,m a placo'iii* Hl-a.l,n nr c(iiuU(,loii for (lie  1 \ ...������*,( ,i,,.\,\.,i ,.r ii,,. ,..i/������i.,,,i   ..���������.I  t   l>1^4 .A>...   |.    ....        ..  .  t.luit ovmy 1'ilitoi' ol! a nowspapor In  <'ana-la   bi*,   i������:i|Ui.ulcd   Lo   invito   tho  and wot, and growth was therefore  slow. In the Northwest provinces the  weather of June was hot and dry, and  rain was badly needed at the beginning of July. , Rains have since fallen,  however, and conditions havo improved. Prospects for spring sown crops  iiro generally favourable,  According to revised ilguros obtain-  od at tlio end of Juno the total area  under wheat  this  yoar is  10,017,1100  acres, compared with 10,377,159 acres  as returned by the census of 1011. Tho  M_a isown to fall wheat in 11)11 was  1,097,900 ftovos, but whiter killing has  roduoeil this area to 781,000 acres, Tho  area sown to oatH is estimated at 0,-  ���������191,(100 acres, com pared with 0,238,550  acres In 1011, and to-'barley 1,4'I9,020  acres as againBl, 1,���������103,009 acres in 1911,  ln  tho  thvoe   NortJiwoHt   provinces  spring wheat covers 9,iJia),tHH) acres as  against 8,040,005   acres  In   1911,   the  Incroa-io being in Sankalchowan and  Alhurt'i.     ���������t������',iu������M*'(j;   imm   wmmi.   r.nn  total wheat acreage In tho three pto-  Sohool,, Canyon City.  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tender for School-honse.Canyon City"  will be received by the Honourable the  Minibter of Public Works np to 12 o"-  olock noon of Wednesday, the 7th day of  August, 1912, for the ereotion and-completion of a small one-room frame  sohool-house at Canyon City, in the  Yinir Electoral District, B. O,  Plane, specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be seen on and after the 17th day of July, 1912, at the  office of A. D; Poohiu, Esq., Seoretnry  of the Sohool Board, Erickson, B, 0.,  the Government Agent, Nelson, B. 0.,  aud the Department of Public Works,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria.  Each proposal mnst bo accompanied  by an aqoeptod bank #ohoquo or certificate of doposlto on a ohartored bank of  Canada, mado payable to tho   Honourable the Minister of Pabllo WorkB,  for  the sum of $200, whioh shall beforteited  If the party tendering decline to euter  into contract* when called upon to do so,  or If ho fail to oomploto the work contracted for.   Tho, cheques or certificates)  of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned to thorn upon tho execution  of tuu OOuUll-fc.  Tondors will not be considered unions  made ont on the forms supplied, signed  with tho actual signature of tho tiuider-  er, nnd enclosed In tho envolopoa f ur-  niahed.   /  The lowest or any tender uot ncoefluar-  iiy noouptod.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public Worlta En������inoor  ueptiriiuiui.il, os Fii-iiu "Vvuiim,  Victoria, B, 0, July 16tb, 1912.  iki  ^iWmWm^^mW^  <^L  H������W_^       ff^lffe  em  ���������ff-i  ""-"1 1 li^S^  *C 3 &Qx K 5  ���������  SflS  _   m'.  m. D m  w  it/  it/  it/  it/  %  ufc  nAM nn it  i^WmnWWnMPil^^nMnn^r^  i'A  *x *  **1L\*a\  m  ^a_  -Bi!  torn  to  to  it/  V-V  1W  to  to  _������_bW  to:  W Mr. RaRcherl^^M  it/  it/  it/  it/  it/  iii  it/  it/  it/  it/  it/  it/  it;  \t/  it/  >t>  -ft*.  Advertise your business by having neat  ������������������ '.**-'" ".'      .     "      ' '..?���������.   ��������� ��������� ' ?.*���������':- ���������''.���������'���������'  ice Stationery.  torn  to  ixxmxmmmmiLXmmmm.  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A SiiiamerProtcctoif  against such ilia as Cholera  Morbus, Diarrhoea,  Cholera lufatitum and  .Summer Complaint ��������� a  protector in which you  can safely place implicit  confidence���������is  11 a~u--������ tt-*-v  Extract of  Wiiii Strawberry  Compound  In 25c. and 50c. botiies, ai  your Druggist's. ..  National Drug and Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limited. 213  His Chance  "What do you men know of women's'  work?  fiercely  queried  the  lady ora- j  tor.      Is there a man hero, she eon-1  tinued,   folding   her   arms,   that   hasj  day after day got up in the morning  and gone quietly    downstairs,    made  the fire, cooked his    own    breakfast,  sev.-ed   the   missing   buttons   on   the  children's   clothes,   cleaned   the   pots  and  kettles, and  swept  the  kitchen?  If there is such a man in this audience, let him rise up;  I should like  to see him.      In the rear of the hall  n,  mild-looking man  in  spectacles  in  -obedience   to   the   summons,   timidly  _rose.      He was the husband of the  ���������eloquent  speaker. .    It  was  the  first  time  he  had   ever  had  a  chance   tp  assert   himself.  When going away from home, or at  ^any change of habitat? he is a wise  ?nan who numbers among his belongings a bottle "of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. Change of f~_d  *.nd water in some strange- place  fs-here there are no doctors may bring  on an attack of dysentery. He then  has a standard remedy at hand with  *������_.-__ to cope with the disorder, and  Jorearmed he can successfully fight  ihe ailment and subdue it.  Worthy  of Sherlock   Holmes  Tommy's mother had taken him to  icburch  to hear the  evening  sermon,  and they occupied  seats  in the gal-i    ery.      Tommy tried not to allow his J Mount^iasV  ACS and Evelyn told daddy that Dinah was a good deal upset.  "She said the chuckwiH's widow was calling round here last night,"*  said they.    "Daddy, do yon know the chuck will's widow V"  There," said daddy; "Just listen.    1 think you can bear It calling  now.".  .   " ?'��������� -;.--. ,      -  VATver iu -be woods beyond ihe house CO.iiu be heard a voice wuiCu seemed  to say quite piu.niy:  "VVhlppoorwiin    Wbippoorwilir  "What is it. daddy?" the children cried. "Why does it want Will whipped?"  "My dears, if you could see over among those trees you would very likely  uee a little bird no larger tban a robin and with mottled, brown,\black, buff,,  gray and white reatbers���������a little bird that is so nearly the same color as the  branch or the stone on which be sits that you would scarcely notice him.  "Every now and then he opens his mouth and gives the cry which you  have Just heard-  "The whlppoorwills fly about at night catching insects thnt would otherwise anno? us. The ebuekwill's widow and the whippoorwiil are birds thai  look so much alike and make so nearly the same cry that on _ .sometimes ts  mistakenly called by the other's name.  "When 1 was a hoy I as_e<* grandfather why tha whippoorwiU was so  down on poor Will.  "-Srandfatber said: 'One������ there was a'bad' hoy named. Will who stole ths j  eggs out ot tbe uests of birds, and one .day. he found two dull white eggs on j  tbe ground. They were marked with lilac and had gray spots ou them. The 1  boy picked tbem up and started home with them in his hat. He had not gone |  far when a bird caught up with bun and cried so pitedusly that.he could not ,  help knowing the eggs were hers. He only hurried along faster. The father ;  bird scon joined the mother, and both of tbem begged niin to Rive them back |  the eggs.   But ne wouldn't; ,? i  "'Aii thut uigut outside the house iu which he lived voices were heard.oay- i  ing whippoorwiU till all the neighbors wondered what particularly naughty  thing naughty Will" had been doing. . |  "And next day at school Wilt did not know his"sisson, and ths ec-Ow's-AS- j  ter whipped hi in, and that night his father -whipped bins end so on til! he 1  wished he had never seen the bird's eggs. The whippings c*hi������ so thick Ana ���������  fast that they did him good.   He let the birds' uests atone after that.' j  -..   "And grandfather said he wss only sorry there wasn't a wbtppoorwlll li!***& '  that for every bad boy who robbed birds* nests."  ^UUPStY '5>"  ARE     THI  UIT  That makes them noater, crispcr, d:iinticr; moro appetizingi  The one biscuit good enough to take the place of your own baking,'  Fresh as the biscuits froiu your own, oven.  Think what that means!  Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on ihe porch  or in the parlor.    Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been neglected.  IVIOONEY'S PERFE<  "HON  HOW   POPLAR     GROWS  Mark Cole, the first hatter in Montgomery County, Missouri, made a. hat  Rate of Growth Studied in Canada and j for William Logan which served Lo-  Vsiited States < gan 20,. years.      It Was composed-of  The a������p������?������ ���������poplar, frequently epok-! 20 ounces of muskrat fur mixed with  en of as "the ".vhite poplar, is "due of- 13 ounces of T������/ecoonfur. and held an 1,  the most common trees Tali over Can-j even half bushel?      The crown was'  ! ada  (at any rate in that portion of j 18 inches    high   and   the   brim   sL*_  the   Dominion    east   of   the    Rocky] inches'wide.  SQPA BiSCUiTS  Are the creamiest, crispest crackers made.  fT,l_f:A.^_i _-_���������_������.  K_-l*������_-----l   -r- ���������_---������** I*-.*-*-*��������� .onifoi-v *f*_ofnrtf   if.    \JmT\T.T\lT\������>fT���������m~  ritrht; At vonr vprvr door*  Use MOONEY'S and   be   sure  of  a   biscuit   that   is  absolutely  fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy the family,  In tempting packages or sealed tins  as you prefer.  s "LET MOONEY DO IT"  la many  of the;  parts  A^TJ-CAAAAAAVAA     IV     lUllUO    A* AAA t������J   \T A IC'liai ' "^    AAA--}  attention to wander from the preach-1  er, but it did.     He seemed to _ be par-j e5fcs (especially in districts that have.[ badly  ticularly  interested  in a family wai  sat  in  front  of  him,  and  when  the  sermon was about half over he wbis-j  pered to his mother���������Tvlamma. I never]  sa1?? those people before, but I know;  their  names.      Hush  dear!       But  I  do, persisted Tommy-      Their name's  Hill.      How   do  you  know?      Even-  time  the preacher  says  his  text.  "I  will lift up mine  eyes ito the hills."  those two big girls look at each other  B.nd       smile.        Subsequent    inquiry  ���������proved that Tommy was quite correct.  Father Bernard Vaughan gave some  advice to young men in a humorous  address.' ���������       *  Popularity, popularity among the  ladies, is a great help to any young  man, _ald. he. and there is nothing  like generosity to make a young man  jpopuiaf.  * heard a lady praising    a    young  inann the other evening-  He is so generous, she said.      He  Makes  mother and   me out to dinner  nearly  every  week.      We    dote    on  '���������"nim.  Then  she  smiled and  added:  in fact, wo table d'hote on him.  1 been burned over).     This fact gives  My mare, a,very valuable one, was  bruised    and    cut    by    being  of  caught  in   a  wire fence.      Some  it a place of some importance in the j the wounds would not heal, although  forestry of the Dominion, although it j x tried many u liferent medicines. Dr-  *������ <*.������<*.��������� i>f the inferior woods.  "Tor .arguing that our world Is only  'one ' Of many, Giordano Bruno was  "-burned to death in Rome in 1600.  1       ' ' Not Always  "What is your name? asked the new  'teacher, as ho was taking a roll call  of her new  claaa,  before  disbanding  for the summer.  It's .Tide.  "No, not Jule. but Julius, said the  ���������teacher, Tor sho disliked ahbrevla-  "Wons. Next, boy what's your name?  My name's Bill, hut l suppose. I  -tfUKht. to say Billions.���������Brooklyn  Ufaglo.  Put Off  "Borrows���������Say, old man. I'm badly  fei need of a V or two.  Holdtlto���������Well, you'll find plenty of  fliem Jn the dictionary.  A WINNING START  s one o  Some years ggo (in 1905) the Forestry Branch of the Department of  t'te Interior made a careful survey of  the Turtle Mountain forest reserve in  Southern Manitoba, on which this  poplar is by all odds the most plentiful tree. As a result of investigation  on the basis of data collected during  this survey, it was estimated that, if  ine. yupiai    V������-T\j   allCV^d   tC   grCV."   tc  the age of forty years, there would be  i an average growth, for ths whole of  that time, of one cord per year on a  fully stocked acre. At the end of  that time there would be standing on  each acre about 850 trees, of an average height of 45 feet and an average diameter, at ������7-5 feet above the  ground,'bf 6 inches; these would yield  some 40  cords of wood.  Recently the United States Forest  Service published their Bulletin No.  93. entitled "The Aspens." and it is  interesting to note that their results  come close to the figures made out by  the Canadian survey. Volume tables  given at the conclusion of this bulletin show that trees of the height and  diameter given above will each yield  between one twentieth and one twenty fifth of a cord of wood apiece. Thus  the 850 acres would give somewhere  I between thirty-four and forty-two  cords of wood. The average of the  two amounts gives thirty-eight cords,  a figure nearly the same as that obtained by the Canadians.  As there are 55,000 acres in the  Turtle Mountain reserve that are capable of growing timber, it is a reasonable inference that the reserve  may be counted on to produce 55,000  cords, or thereabouts, of wood per  year. At the low rate of $1 per cord  ou the stump, this would mean an annual revenue to the state of $55,000.  Or, to take another point of view if  would give to oach Inhabitant of the  electoiial district of Souris almost  two cords of wood per year.  Bell advised me to use MINARD'S  LINIMENT, diluted at first, then  stronger as the sores began to look  better, until after three weeks? the  sores have healed, and best of all..the  hair is growing well, and is NOT  WHITE as is most always the case in  horse wounds.  F. M. DOUCET.  Weymouth!!  Conductor (to countryman)���������If you  sa*r him picking the gentleman's  pocket, why didn't you interfere?  Countryman-7-I saw that sign up  there, Beware of Pickpockets, and I  was afeared to!  A  Financial  Limit  Bobty had worn his mother's ^patience to the limit.  You are a perfect little' heathen!  she remarked, giving way at last,  iio yoii mean it?~ demanded Bobbie.  1 do, indeed,: said his mother.  Then say, ma, said Bobby, why  can't I keep that penny a week you  gimmit for the Sunday school collection? I guess I'm as hard up as any  of   the.rest   of   'em.  And so this is the end, said the  hero? as he bent over the form of  the dying heroine, while the prches-  ira piayed soft, sad music.  Thank heaven for that! exclaimed  a pathetic voice from the gallery.  Orator���������-1 thought your paper was.  friendly���������'���������to me?  Editor-���������So it is.     What's the matter? .'?.-'  Orator���������I made a speech at the dinner  last night and you didn't print  a line of it-  Editor���������Well, what   further   proof  do you want?  What is Faith  Faith is believing the dentist when  he says it isn't going to hurt.���������Detroit Free Press.  Pessimistic '  What  a  pessimist  that new baseball  writer  is.  Why so?  He doesn't think that every new  player in the training camp is going  t-> lead the league this year.  * Perfectly Digested Breakfast Makes  "Nftrve  Force for    th*  Day  'Everything goes wrong If the  ^breakfast. IU'8 in your siuiiiuch iilu u  vaaud pie. What, you oat does harm  'it yon can't digest it���������It turns to poi-  au>n.  A bright lady teacher found this  tn be true, even of an ordinary light  'breakfast ������������f eggs and toast. Sho  ways:  "Two years ago I contracted a vorv  vinoylng I'onu ������������������������' * liull^i-uLlou. My  fttomach wrh In such condition that  *. t-rimplr- breakfast of fruit, roast and  "**KR* gavo mo groat, distress.  **1 was slow to bollevi* that trouble  v,uv'Id corr.C; from .;uoh a '*lmp!f iliot  Ttmt finally had to give It up. and  irfo-Tfiil .. groat change upon a cup of  -lot Postum and Oropn-Nuts with  ���������cream,   for   my   nun uii.k   '������������������--  a-uaJaV   ihii.il   ;l   ji-.a-  I   ..-.'.���������������������������  V.rV.  ���������f.mirfii'* nr*'!  hnvn.  not  sunVrnd  whim i'ljUilU'louHly varying my dh*t.  "! have been a teacher for sovural  yoari; and find that my easily digestfil  broiikfast means a Having of nervoun  force tor tho entire iia>. ">iy ^.liii  Ti_ ton poundf* ln weight alno caiim-H  mn to want to testify to Uio value of  Grape-Nuts.  ���������'Orape-NulM hold- flrct rank at our  Nam** given by Canadian routine  ������.4i.,  Wiiiil.M,.',  Oi.!.  "There';!   a   reanon."    Tle.ni   tin-   Hi  Tt.-* hook, "Tho ltond to Wellvii!.-.** in  ���������Vile*-***.  ..������-., *,n*. trmmttrm frow time to time.  Tt������������y are ocholne, true and full o������ hu-  i>*ria*n Interest.  For a Late Crop  Rev. John B. Craft was conducting  a series of meetings In a rural neighborhood of southwest Virginia. Ono  night he was trying to bring the necessity of early embracing a religious  hope to bear upon his congregation.  Said he. "We'll Just illustrate: You  begin in February or March to pro-  pan* the ground for planting out your  spring crop. You plnnt In April to  be on time. Suppose you noglect thin  work. May will'he Into but perhaps  will answer. Lot the work go undone  till June, then what will you do?  Too late, too Into! will bo the cry.  Just   how   It.   in   huckwhent,   called  out nn oU| farmer from tho roar aoivt.  The   preacher  sat  down.���������National  Monthly.  When   Crock    meets   Greek���������what  1  '^  '.b.\.  oxeont  .v-'r I ,'u'n'-' aHkod tho toucher.  ',')   1     V.';,m   ill tie ."lobnny proi  Oui:    .-.Aji.     II'  fruit, bur.'.ncr.-,?  mptly replied:  I'm- ether, ITov;  In the.  Good Reason  As the train whirled through tho  beautiful valley, the Inqiiifilllve traveler persiHieii in bliekinn li'iK head out  of tlie window to got a better view of  llie Hcencry.  Keep your head liudile can't you?  ulinuteil the conductor.  V V 11 >   .  Ho'h you won't diimage any oi the  iioit'K.i:'.: i.:'  the bridge.i.  The Orphans  A clergyman was once asked to a  farmhouse for dinner. Some time  during the evening he overheard ono  of the children of the houses talking  to a brood cf chickens crying outside  the door, and saying. Poor wee things,  poor, wee things. The minister eat  your mother.  mmm^^-mmm^*t**mm������mi^m^0m**mtmm>m  There were some questions in geography required ln the preliminary ]  examinations for law students who  aspired to admission to the bar.  Among them was���������"Name ten animals that live in the Arctic zone.  One young man wrote: Flvo polar  hears and fivo seals. N.B.���������Permit  me to call your attention td^the fact  that the question doon not specify  that the animals should bo of different varieties.  I   ������������������     11       ��������� IW^���������MWWMWM^I  Hie Real Name  In flflm* of tho country districts of  Ireland it is not an uncommon thing  to noo carts with tho owner's names  chalked on to save tho expense of  painting. Practical jokers delight.  In rubbing out thcao signs, to annoy  tho ownerH.  A constabulary sergeant ono day  accosted a countryman whoso nnnio  had booil thus wiped out unfenown to  him.  In this your eart, my good man?  Of eonrno it mi was iho reply, no  you soo anything tjio matter with it?  I ohsavvo. said tho pompous police-  man. that.your namo is o-bllthcrnied.  Thou yo'ro wrong, quoth the countryman, who had nov.or como nerons  the long word boforo. for mo nnmo'H  O'Flaherty, and I don't enro who  knows It.  Do you keep 'football requisites  here? asked a gloomy-browed young  man the other day, as he entered a  sporting-goods store.  Yes-  Then you may wrap me up a bottle  of arnica, a paper of court-plaster,  and an arm-sling. I am going to  play in-*a match this afternoon.  You'd better fumigate these bills  before you go home. They may be  cover-d with microbes, said the druggist one Saturday evening as he  handed a few faded, worn and soiled  silver certificates to his clerk.  No danger from* that source, responded the latter, a microbe could  not live on a drug-clerkls salary.  J  The  w  A Pill That Lightens Life.���������To tho  man who is a victim of Indigestion  the -transaction of business becomes  an added misery. He cannot concentrate his mind upon his tasks and  loss and vexation attend him. To  such a man Parmoloo's Vegetable  Pills offer relief. A course of treatment, according to directions, will  convince him of their great excellence. Thoy are confidently recommended because they will do all that  Is claimed for thorn.  ���������  1  Perfection  a-B__BnHm_M_MB__-a_a____M_M-M������aM-i--n-^  TonaHw-'  Anyone, even a  little girl, can  make toast on the  1  tlQW  BC_n_������EH_3|g5_  Oil Cook-stove  IVItl.ULlJ",    I  I.AMK  Eulalia (elderly heiress)���������Do you  think tho Baron regards mo seriously?  Rosa���������Seriously? Why, my dear  ovcry tlmo 1 mention you ho looks  positively sad.  ������������������-���������������������������ii>i���������wi-i���������-.- ��������� i-i������i������_ii_iniir-w-ii  Aren't, you afraid you will catch  eold on such a night as this, my hoy?  No,, fir. Soiling papers keeps up  tho circulation. *'  IL  She will not burn the toast, and she  will not bum her fingers either, if  she uses the New Perfection Toaster.  For toast or roast, &������*?������ *������ <>*<*stdve that;������_*  / quick; ana as nanny as ihe New  For BOil Or broil > Perfection Oil Cobk-5tove ��������� lhe  ���������. -������ it \ convenient stove (or all purposes.  For fry or bake    ; au the year round.  Every dealer has it. Handsomely finished in nickel, with cabinet  top, drop shelves, towel racks, etc. Long chimneys, enameled, turquoise-blue. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners. Free Cook-Book with  every stove. Cook-Book also given to anyone sending 5 cents to covet  mailing cost.  THE JMPEBIMm OIL COMPAISTSr, Limited  The Northern Trusts Com pany  .?  HEAD OFFICE,     WINNIPEG  This  company  aets in tho capacity of  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and wo shall be glad to forward copy of    our    Booklot    "Somothlng  r.bout Trustta, Trustees and Trust Companies." on request.  MONEY TO  LOAN  ON   FARM   PROPERTY  AT CURRENT  RATES  OF INTERE8T  '*_���������____���������  W.  N.  U. 908  Courtship  MlatreMn .lane, what do .vou moan  tlj       II...   Ill,,      ...A       ������������������'���������'  -      '    "���������".������'  11. .   11. ,.���������>       11   lu   nolle  ab'iuril.       MV  daughter '���������;ui do with two ;i week,  .hiiie Well, VOU Hoe, llilllii, Mltttt  M.ttlld.'i in '���������ourliii' a bank clerk, and  I'ho courtlii' a ttweuu.  mm   ���������mm..mjgl jq^tMi. ������m*   -toaatii  m\ ___.   _,     ������UOOKf������  W If Trowel softly -     (/p.-*;  CATS PAW HUBttkH mmj_^ |  lj������bod������ the p*t������Bf*d ftifthim*  orCrtf* Paw Hfenb.     t*,0  U_______lfl__MlMHMMMMMMHNIWHMIIMMIlM_f^  From a height of 3,000 foot a man  In an aeroplano can hoc a BUbmnrlno  gliding 18 foot bolow water.  m , ������������������ ,.,i..i.,n������  Congenial  Real    TQstato   Agent���������You'll    havo  Homo very ilno nolghhore hore?  ���������n.-yev���������Tn Hint  no?  R.cn.1 TJfitnte Ap;ent���������Yen* wltb your'  nnto you'll  havo no trouble    getting  thorn to rldo with yon.���������flhlcago Nowm.  Slok headaches���������-���������neural rIo headaohes���������-apllttlne,  blinding headaohes~all vanish whan you take  Na-Dru-Co Headache Waters  They do not contain phenocetlo, aoetanllld,  morphine, opium or any other dangerous diug.  2So. a box at your Di-uf-p'lat'a. 123  National di*uq i. chkmioalCo. orCanava. umitcb.  Confidence  Bllllnger hooiiih to havo groat confl-  Conoo in hiu wife.  Yoh. It'H really oxtiaordlnary. Tlo  would ovon bo willing to Htay In tho  yard whllo tdio wiih niaulpulatlng tho  hone.���������Chleiigo lleeord-Tlornld.  HIOQ Qnlore  I \ woll known Judgo, whon ho llrnt  went to tho Bar. wan 11 very blunder-  1 lug unuahcr. On ono occuulon. when  1 I,,, u-iih enunireil in a cimo Involving a  I right to a lot ot* pigH, ho uaiu.  liiJillHIli" ,i   >,i    I.,.,    ju.j.    ���������..-.������     .,,.--  Junt 24 plRH lo that drove; Juat 24,  gnntlomon, exuetly twine n������ many a������  tliot'f "-*"0 ���������*��������� ,,,nt 3,,rv hox-  luvuHlitiiiuuiib iiuuio over -juropo  tioeiu lo juttliiy (ho huliot LliaL Uio  damage hy Hghlnhig, iu tlio citlou particularly, haH docroaBcd to a vory  marked dogroo In rocont years, and  It. Ib explained hy tho presonco of  c-iCi-'trlv Y.ii*-',, which iicL ii,,- u, protcc  tlon ln dlvortlng tho olocLrlc holtB, An  tho wlroa aro put undorground it Ib  oxpootod that thoro will lio noticed a  groat Incroaso In tho amount of (lam*  ''!*" *'J' "���������'^'���������ili!'* ������uid ������i return will l������i������  KoiU'rully iniuto to tho uno ul* llniit-  nlnj* rodH.  Oho Waa Wloe  ���������   Tlo���������I handed in my roaiKiiatlon at  llll)     ClUli     IlltAl.     lllt,..L.  bellovo you camo out of tho placo  you Hhonld huvo brunhod a lot of the  dirt, off find.���������London Opinion.  ������ .       .   *..IX.    .    tSm\������,  i-iau ahUiaw a. .J".'  Have you nny children. .TonoR?  Oh, yew.   You know Roblnaon7  Which ltohltuion���������-Jonathan7  Yoo.  Know him vovy woll. What'8 that  got to do with It?  I'm going to toll you. Ho and I  havo flfty-ono liotwoon us.  What aro you talking ahoul? You  must ho crazy.    What do you moan?  on, li<* liven on ono nido of tho or-  iiiiuii uwyiuin and *'m on Uio otlivv.  An   Overnight  .T. l,arkor Sourface���������-Soo horo, you.  I JiiHt now paid my poll tax and your  . ���������. -  -    ...������ V.   ������ Xrs^        ..  ^A4l..4^j,       .......       1.^1^       .....        ..       .   v    ,    -   . fc. . ...  (1ai������ ������i������v  The Man at the Window���������And tor������  got to givo you a tug to wear. How  caroloua of him.  liil'IIIIIMII.IMltiU-  mmmm%maaaaaammaaammW^  Amm)mmmm**m*mmm***mmm***m**m*mm*****mmmM a Arab tr.  ACT PROVES TO BE A SUCCESS  Winnipeg  The Act Compelling People to Insure Against Sickness and  Disablement  Now in Force  in  Britain, and Gives  rrdmise of  Provsng to  be of Great Benefit  tiondon.���������TSo far as can be judged  during' the three days the new national insurance act compelling people to  insure against sickness and disablement has been in force and .before  any payments, except in the case of  casual laborers, have fallen due, the  measure is working according to the  government offlcfels more smoothly  than was expected.  The doctors    represented    by    the  British medical association are st;ii in  revolt' against the act and announce  their intention of refusing to attend  'patients under its provisions.  An organization including a number  of society people has also been formed with' the object of resisting payments for domestic' servants.    "  This, however, Is chiefly a political  move, so that ihs only real opposition  the government has to face is that of  the doctors.  The government has offered the doc*  tors the. sum of four shillings and sixpence annually for each person insured but the doctors demand eight shillings and sixpence  The workmen and Working women  have taken up, the great .reform with  alacrity and the government estimates  that of the 30,000,00������ persons Insured  before the act came Into force upwards of 10.000,000 have already registered with approved societies, which  have undertaken to administer the  met and another 500,000 have taken  out cards at the post omces. ���������  The only section of the; community  likely to suffer is that composed of  casual workers and old people, both  men and' women, as some of the big  employers have decided to do away  with this form of labor.  Besides the casual laborers are*"not  likely to derive any benefits from the  measure.  While they are working and the employers are paying part of the premium, the casuals will not suiter much,  but they will be unable to pay their  Annual (Meeting Held" at  Shows Largely Infer eased Business  'Winnipeg.���������Some idea of the  strength of the Grain Growers' Grain  ���������Company, the organization of Western  Canadian farmers, whose shareholders  held their annual meeting here under  the presidency of. T. A. Crerar, can be  gathered from the statement of the  year's trading, which shows a'net profit of $121,614 for the past year, against  ������69,000 the previous year, and but  $790 five years ago. Paid-up capital  is 1586,000, and after paying *r ten per  cent, dividend, the directors recommended that $60,000 be added to, the  reserve fund, which now totals $200,-  000. The president pointed out that  this satisfactory progress hafl ^neen  made despite the difficulty in handling  last year's crop owing to the low  grades, tough wheat and traffic congestion.  The president says that  the  .g__  pany had practically closed with the  Canadian Pacific a deal whereby they  Li!I ED I _ -LHIlF     Ektdti UKI ! 'MTftRi^ppi River heavy  CONDITIONS ~OF     GROWTH     ARE  REPORTED   FAVORABLE  full dues during the weeks when they *��������� lease the big terminal Elevator B at  are out of work and will thus lose the  b-jneflts of, previous payments.  As the ilrst employer of .a casual  laborer during a week will have to buy  the necessary stamp there is a decided  objection on the part of the employers to become the "first employer."  To obviate this a clearing house hits  been started at the������Liverpool docks  to apportion the dues among the employers.  The men struck against this at-first  but the majority of them have since  accepted. ���������  The insurance of domestic servants  Jnas been heretofore on_* of the objections to the act as the employers not  caring to deduct the" servants'* share  from their wages, the payment of ,the  whole amount becomes a tax on the,  householder.  Msch as they dislike, however, the  householders are taking the -position  f ..at it is easier to make tbe payments  themselves than to suffer- the trouble  - Before  the end of the    .      --    i    _.   , -,,    _ _ .������  the first payments fall due for tiu������c   of being penalized for refusal  drawing weekly salaries the govern-       Such insurance is really  ment   believes   that     practically   all  those entitled td do so will have become insured.  no jew  thing among British workers, as they  have provided for it before through  their societies and trades unions.  MEN   .--OR   HARVESTING  CIVIL SERVICE JOBS  needs   men  The appear-  n_rv 4n   ������".������������*r>t,  Manitoba  Government Starting  Ci  paign  in East to Secure Help  Winnipeg.���������The west  and needs them badly,  ance of a. good crop is  and by all accounts  harvesting will  be In full blast -between the 10th and  15th of August. ,    The diSerent railways are making preparations ^"secure  the  men  requued  to assist in  harvesting the great crop    In    sight.  Joseph Burke, .superintendent'of the  provincial immigration   and "employment division,, in an interview said:  The provincial* government- of Manitoba is sending to the eastern States  and eastern Canada men for the purpose of advertising* the requirements  ���������of the province along this line.      No  less than 25,000 men are required for  , Manitoba alone, and there is no doubt  that'the other provinces will require  no   less   than   40,000   men   to   assist  them-  The eyes of the people ot the west  are fixed on the older lands to supply  the demands for this great jwork. The  railway companies are making a big  effort" to secure a large number of  men from Europe, "ind it is to be  hoped that they are successful, as the  amount of. work now In progress in  Canada is such that 100,000 men  would have no trouble Jn securing  work, 1,000 men' could nnd job- today with the farmers if wevcould secure them. "Wages are now $40 a  month for farm laborers.  Cement Duty  .Ottawa.���������The heavy. Importations of  cemenV under the duty remission re*  ��������� cently granted raises -the question  whether or not the duty will be put  back to where it was formerly. It  has been shown that even* allowing  for the remission of the duty by half  there Is still an equivalent of about  35 per cent, protection considering  haulage and freight rates. The mat-  tor of-dealing with the duty permanently Is one for the cabinet to consider and the present situation will  obtain in any event till October. Meantime there Is thought to be a possibility that the diity may   not   be   put  ������������������   back.        .���������;';',, ������������������  ���������i   - .,    -       - -   Barracks at Edmonton ������  Ottawa.���������The  government  has, decided to build large new barracks for  the use ,of the North-West Mounted  Police at* Edmonton?       The. urgent  need of theBo barracks haB been realized for some years t ,   Tenders have  been called for a large building to be  , designed after the most 'up-to-date barracks in Great Britain.     It is understood that the lowest tend er thus far  s baa been received from .Messrs. Nob-  .   bit and Miller of Edmonton.  Guarding Against Pore-it Flree  btta.wa,--*R./ H. Campbell, director  of tho forestry branch of the .depart-.  Uior.t.ot. the interior, hrm loft, nn IiIh  annual trip of western' Canada. Whllo  in tho wc'Ht he will Investigate the  progroBB of worlc on the oBtobllBlimont  of lookout loweifl, and a telophom*  system on tho forest rosorvoB,- which  waa conoludnd j-hls year, to enable tho  foresters to obtain earliest posalble Information of fires and tako tho������nece������-  umj   , tops to oh*������eV them.  I ���������     ���������������������������       I         I���������M ,     ���������  New LlQht Ship l������ Planned  Ottawa.���������Tho ��������� department, of.inaiino  and flBhorloB aro conHlderlng tho purchasing* or building of a:now light ship  for the Pra-or lllvor, B.C.  Tt-imur- will bo called for Its wn-  ���������truetlon Boon. The rapid Incroaso of  traffic on the river coupled with a de-  nice to afford .tho ' groatcqt ponolblo  {safety to shlpt* .ha* mado tho necoa-  -���������*���������.������ ������-n*. thn now liwht uii In urgent.  Stud-nU St-Jc Vac-tlcr: E.-?*p!oy"*'������n*������  as In Previous Years  Ottawa.���������Dr. Chabot. M.P. for Otta-**  wa, ha'd an interview with Acting Premier Eerley 1n respect to a difficulty  wnich has caused considerable ill-feeling in Ottawa this summer. It concerns temporary employment in the  civil service. For some years it has  been the custom to employ temporarily in this department a number of  students. It furnishes them with employment in vacation, and -assists them  in defraying'expanses at college. This  vear, however, the civil service commission, or at least. Prof. Shortt, has  sat down upon it. He takes- the  stand that only thps'e who. passed a  test should be appointed. An exception,- it is said, would be made In the  case of those temporarily employed  before. Dr. Chabot claims that this  is working an unnecessary���������hard_hip on  a deserving class.  Monument to Ed. Hanlan  Toronto.���������The platis for the monu-  ui������nt to ths late Edward Hanlas. for  many years champion oarsman o* the  world, have been prepared by Architect penlson. The monument will  be placed immediately south of the  entrance to the docks- at; Hanlan's  Point, withbi fifty yards of the house  in* which Kanlar. was bom. and will  cost about $20,000. The Toronto  Perry Company has donated $10,000.  the city $2,500. and tbe provincial  government $300. The remainder  will oo raised b> jjiibscrlption. The  monument will be 100 feet high, of  white marble, with granite base and  includes a bronze tablet recording Mr..  JEfanlan's prow.eBB, arid a - medallion of  the head and shoulders of the late  champion? 's '  'i_._n !���������������������������������   ������������������ i-S-. H -_ll-���������l-  >lllllllW������  ' - ** ' ������������������ ���������  Relieving Grain Congestion  Ottawa,���������The government has taken  two important ate, ps designed to relievo "the grain situation in the west.  After consultation with Prof. Maglll it  decided to authorize the grain commission to purchase from the Canadian Northern a piece of land at Port  Arthur adjoining the C.N'R. elevator  and having a water frontage ot six  Hundred feet*on this site; on this site  an elevator will be*: erected. At the  same time the cabinet took: stops' to  enlarge the capacity ot the elevator  at Port Colborno from 80,0.000 to two  million:bushels. J. A. Jamlescm, who  constructed the ������levator will be asked to superintend the enlargement?  Fort William, Ont., ana with the Man  itoba government for leasing its extensive system of -internal elevators,  both of which projects tbe meet lag  would be asked to ratify. The company had also acquired timber, limits in British Columbia, estimated to  contain three million feet, in anticipation of the time when they- would  go into that business on behalf of the  shareholders. ,  Speaking of future develoP-Uent*.  Mr. Crerar favored tbe local unit  method as practiced by the farmers'  elevators of Minnesota and the Da-  kotas, whereby other classes of merchandise were successfully bandied  by country elevators. It was necessary to secure the best results -"to  maintain the staffs all the year round,  and lumber, hinder twine and implements could be profitably handled  during the summer months. He advocated the securing of a good-coal  area, as coal and lumber were rapld!y  going under control of combines. He  favored selling to everyone, 4b������t giving a discount to their' shareholders.  Units would be built up by Issue of  stock to local subscribers, and there  was no reason why. in time, the successful merchandising.-of the BritiBh  Co-operative Societies should not be  duplicated.  The company might further secure  connection with a mortage corporation, and secure cheag money, for  farmers. The money power in Canada, he said, was becoming a menace  and Its evil possibilities might largely  be overcome by co-operative credit  societies.  GOVERNMENTS  BIG   ELEVATOR  Tenders for Million  Dollar Structure  at Port Arthur Now Being  ������?!'ed "���������"������I*  Ottawa.���������The Dominion Government is calling for tenders for construction of the great elevacor, at Port  Arthur. The bids are to be in by  August. The site obtained^ is exceptionally advantageous; it his six hundred feet frontage, runs four thousand feet into the harbor, and is next  to the C.N.R. elevator. The price  paid for it is $90,000. In capacity,  the elevator will equal the one being  erected by the G.T.P., the full capacity being 3,250,000 bushels,, and its  operating rate will he 30.000 bushels  In and 50,000 out an hour. Ail the  apparatus will be of the best. Included ln the equipment will be a  first sclass drier with a drying capacity  of 48,000,000 bushels a day. The  cost will be in excess of a million  dollars.' The elevator will be residy  to help in  moving next year's crop.  The enlarging of the Port Colborne  elevator will cost about $200,000.' In  this case the elevator proper is constructed, and the only thing necessary Is the construction of additional  bins for 1,200,00 bushels.  Bulletin on the Crop, and Live Stock  of Canada Issued* by the Bureau of  Census and Statistic? at Ottawa, as  Generally Favorable as to Condition Qf the Crops both for the East  and   West.  Ottawa.���������A bulletin on the crops  and livestock of Canada has 'been  issued by the census a^id st-ntisticfl  office. The correspondents of the  office reportthat in the maritime provinces and generally throughout eastern Canada the "weather of June continued cold and wet-and growth was  therefore slow. in the northwest  provinces the weather of June was  hot and^dry and rain was badly needed at the beginning .of July. Rain  has since fallen however, and conditions have improved. Prospects for  spring sown^crops are generally favorable.  According- to the revised .figures  obtained at the end of June the total  area under wheat this year is 10.-  047,300 acres ,as compared with 10,-  377,729 acres as returned by the census of 1911. The area sown to fall-  wheat in l&ll was 1,007,900 acres, but  winter killing has reduced this area to  781,000 acres. The area sown to  oats is estimated, at 9,494,600 acres  as compared with 9,233,550 acres in  1911 and to'barley 1,449,200 acres as  compared with 1.403,969 acres in 1911.  In the three northwest provinces  spring wheat covers 9,029,000 acres as  against 8,946,965 acres In 1911, the increase being in Saskatchewan and  Alberta. Including fall wheat the total wheat acreage in the three provinces is 9,246,100 as compared with  9,301.29'- acres In 1911, the decrease  being accounted for by the large area,  of fall wheat winter killed In Aiberta.  Oats in the three provinces occupy  5,037,000 ��������� acres and barley 826,100  acres as-9-ompar.d with last year's  census ngurtsa of 4,563,203 acres for  cats and 161,738 acres for barley.  Whilst not equal to the e^ceptluu-  ally high figures recorded this time  last year, the condition of spring  sown crops is generally good. The  highest figures for spring cereals are  recorded in Prince Edward Island and  British Columbia, ,the per cent;- condition ranging from 97 to 99 " in I the  former ������,uu frcsi 90 ro ?s hi the latter province, the -average for the Dominion being from 80 to 89.  Fall wheat remains low, being only  70 for Canada, 73 for Ontario, and,  71.6 tor Aiberta,. Last year the condition was also low. viz: 75 for Canada, the average of the four, years^  1S08-1911" was* 81.5 Spring wheat Is  8S.73 per cent., compared with 94.78  last year and- 88.25 the four years average; oats 86.43 against 94.46 in. 1911  and 90.42 average; barley 38.58 a-  gainst d3. in 1911 and 85.28 average.  Rye is "87.84; peas'are 80.08*,.and  mixed grains 84.98. Hay and clover  shows a condition per cent, of 85.90  against.84.97 in'1911; alfalfa 90.59  agains' 82.31 and wheat, oats and  barley range from 80 to 88 per cent.,  figures which are exceptional records  bv from about 10 to 15 per cent.    -  vThe estimated numbers of live  stock show f--t:-.er decreases except  as re- ards horses and dairy cattle,  the former being 70,400 and the latter  14,500 more than last year's estimate.  The c-astts figures of 1911 are not yet  available. The condition of all live  stock in Canada is uniformly excellent the number of points being 97  horsed;  98 cattle-f 97 sheep;  and 96  .vest, and in localities f east    of   the"  rains have  damaged tbe wheat in stosk. Hard  winter -wheat is generally threshing  out well. European markets have  been reflecting the weakness on this  side although outside of the United  Kingdom crop conditions for the week  are unfavorable. In France and Germany rain and.cool weather he: ������ -1*-;*-  ed ripening. Harvesting reports frcm  Hungary and Roumania are varialle  with indications of smaller yields  than expected. The Volga region,  the largest producer in Russia, reports only a moderate crop with some  parts entirely destroyed. Weekly  statistics leaned towards the bear'  side. World's shipments were larger  -than expected at 13,024,000 bus. compared to 12,816,000 bus. last week and  10,414,000 hi'*"*, last year. The amount  on ocean passage decreased 560,000  dub. a. i is now 45,592,000 bus. or  1,760,000 bUB. more than reported a  year ago. The United States visible  supply decreased 1,957,000 bus. .and  totals 24.022,000 bus. Last year it  decreased 2,771,000 bus. and totaled  26.574.000.  Receipts In the Winnipeg market  have been very large when compared  with last year. An increasing number of cars are found to be In poor  condition. Many of the commie-ion  firms v.-ould prefer'not to handle these  lawer grades at present as both grading and prices are very unsatisfactory  to aii concerned. There has been  only a fair demand for one, two and"  three Northern. *me Jniy delivery,  had a sharp break of 2c but recovered  yesterday and today the close being  the same .as a week ago. The October has declined 3%c. There is a  considerable short interest in this  option v which gets very bold when  United' States markets decline, and  sells short freely, if not rashly and  whenever markets become strong this  this Interest,helps to bring about quick  upturns. Today's cash prices are:  No. 1 Nor., $1.08; 2 Nor., $1.04%; 3  Nor., $l.f)0; No. 4, 85%c; No. 5, 72%  cents; No. 6, 59V4c; Feed. 55c; No.  2 Alberts. Red "WinteF; SLCO: No. 3 A.  R.W., 98-^c;   No. 4    A.R.W.,    SSe.  LE-SOW   IV.  ���������THIRD  ~ QUARTER*?  JULY S3, 1312  Text of the  **<._.  Futures _ios-d: July, $1.01"%, and October 95% c.  Oats-r  ' With nd*demand from-the East the  oat market continues to sag of its  own weight. ' Although conditions of  the oat crop are not the best, considerable short, selling'is going on in the  October delivery and prices are lower. Today's values are: No. 2 Canadian Western, 39%c; 3 C.W., 38c;  ex 1 Fd. 39%c; 1 Fd., 39c; 2.Fd. 37-*_  Futures  closed:   July 39i/_c;   October  BARLEY��������� t      "  Very limited enquiry, the same  prices, being bid for both No- 3 and  'No. 4. No demand for lower grades  and prices are not quoted. Today  No. 3 closed at 56c, and No. 4, 56c.  RLAX-���������  L -The extraordinary heavy receipts together with lower United States markets has given this seed a heavy slump.  Price's are 15c. to 20c. lower than they  were '^a week ago, and practically no  demand. 'Today's cash Values are  1 .N. Western, $1.79; 1 Man., $1.75;  Rejected .. $1.64; and Condemned,  $1.28. Futures closed at: July, $1-76;  October, $1.85.  All prices quoted above are based  on delivery in store Fort "^"illiam and  Port Arthur.-.  swine.  THE  MADIrTT  I7i ������__!U_ I  RFPM_T  SATISFACTORY   TESTS     OF     EV_-  Lesson, Matt    x!xs  43���������-Memory Verses,    Sr-SS���������Gsi'dcn  Tc-t, SYFrti-      xiii,    CO���������Coinmcntary  Prepared by Rev.  D,  M. Stearns.  This is the second  parable of the  series of seven recorded by,Matthew  as one discourse spoken partly in jpu_- "  lie to  the multitudes and  partly in, -;  private to the disciples on ihe **������__������������ "'       _._  day, but'all.ref������rffng~to this"preBenV   :'���������' &>*M  age of Israel's rejection of her Me?- -,;������%"_a  siah and the consequent postponement   ''-.--ilS  ' of the kingdom. .  It is .truly great and* -.*? '^'SM  gracious condescension on the part of  xYy.-^B  Cod to mako known to us His purpose-*'' ' *-���������������  "His eternal purpose which   Ho * has   i"-~l__  purposed in Christ Jesus   our   Lord"   ^���������v?S  (Eph.  iii, li). for "known unto .God   I ?tZM  are all His works from the beginning   ���������"   -*���������"���������������  of the world," and all that come- to   " "  "  pass is simply what   His    hand    and  counsel determined before to be done  (Acts xv. 18:  iv 28).       See also Acfts  ii, 23; Isa.  xlvi, 9, 10; xiV, 24;  Eoh?  i, 1-1.      Because people who have "the  word of God, and therein His mind and  purpose,-do not agree with Him they  become conceited, wise in ib*?!r own  estimation, atod'talk and act unwisely and attempt to   carry   out   plans  never devised in heaven.   . Those^who  are appointed to teach the    word   ot  God are greatly to blame if instead of  speaking Hi3 word faithfully they act  like the false prophets in the days of  Jeremiah and make people vain, speaking a vision of their own heart'and  not out of the mouth of the Lord'.  According to the words of our _.orci. -j -,*s  in these parables during this present- hVru  age up to the time of the harvest, bnl_*j %>~rfi  part of the seed sown will bear fruit .i   '" *  It will be as when^Paul dwelt at Roma  ���������some'believed and some believe*! nou  (Acts xxviii, 24).      Side by-si&e wlthi  the children of the kingdom will flour-    ,-.-,  ish the children of the wicked one.     Yv -*  These unbelievers will be found with-    ���������*   ���������.  j in the ttrofeesi-ng" church as TH������ b_*__      ���������'"���������*,  I in the branches, and the food of the     :''i,  I church, that which preachers give to, "'^ti  th������ people, wrill be anything but sound    'iv:  doctrine; 'for that" tbe* people will nof ' * " "\  endure.      It will be and even now Is    '< -* *  as In the davs of . Isaiah   when   they    ;*"' --f  said, "Prophesy not    unto   us    right      ?/  things; speak unto us smooth things;    .A,  prophesy deceits; cause the holy on������    -, V  nf Israel to cease from bafore us" (Isa.     /"^  xxix, 10, 11).      Our Lord elsewhere   ���������_���������*',?  foretold these things in Matt,  x, 16<   '   ,'  IR; xxiv, 24-      In thepe four parables-   v?-'*;  and notably in this one, we see tha   vJv  great adversary, the devil.     He hates     "ti"  the word of���������God, takes it or keeps it   " Z%.  frpm people, gets his followers into tha    <->'  professing church and into   her   pul-    ' '-'-.  pits, and yet the Lord is working out      "ti ���������  His eternal purpose, aaid He shall not       '*,  fail nor be discouraged (Isa. xii, 4).    , )-l<  The kingdom cannot come while the      ������>  deyil_ ccntlmjes. to be the princs oi   ',%  the  power" of the air,  the prince  of   ,-,?-"  god of this world (Eph. ii, 2; John.xiv,    -" r'~  30; II Cor. iv, 4), but when the strong*    ,'-'������������������  er than he shall cast him out of the . * /  air, and off the earth into the bottom-   "<  ti  less pit  (Rev.  xii, S, xx, 1-3) then af **\\  king shall reign in righteousness, and   'y Ji  the effect or service of righteousness ��������� $?������  shall he, peace, and thg.^nj^'-ms shall ��������� .*"*,/  learn war no jnojre^.,    AJi talk abouvj    - '?*������  winning the "world"for Christ ,m .this   ti'm  age, or'extendJfi^Hts'kingdom, or up^ . ,���������������  i:  1  'ti'it  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  WIII Flog White Olavcra  London.���������Tho   houuo   of   commons  commlttoo. to which It was   referred  hat* appruvud of tha hill looking to  ���������m.,mmA   *V,n  Bi.n-^r.f.olr.n      of     thi>     White  ulav*** traffic and providing for flogging  , of convicted nlavori*. ii win ���������������j m-  1 xeotly tacit to the homo, whoro U li  '  ������urjt ot prompt panwn*.     ,.  v     Sets'lonal Indemnities   .  Ottawa.*���������The accountant of, the  houBe of commons has just concluded payment of soBional indemnities to  members',of parliament. Tho groat  majority pf them draw: very promptly  bpt Borric of tlio wealthier class do-  lay Indefinitely. Whllo there are  2_fl momberfl, Indemnity was paid only to 210 'Individual**, Sir Wilfrid  LaUrler and ��������� Sir Kodolphe Forgot  ea������"i representing two seats.. Whllo  the.BOHslon lauted 139 days, thoro  wore but 7R witting days. Absence  without deductions in allowed*for flf-  toen days. Fifty members* wero  fined $10 a, day for bolng: abflent fdr  varlouB periods In excoss of tho statutory allowance.  " "i '  "���������   Objected lo Chow)nu  Montreal.���������Thoro wan only ������ono  thing, about the Canadian wo������t j-omo  of the Rrltleh manufacturers do not  llko and that was the prevalence of  chowl*������**; iniinnno among the men  thero,  J,. G, Locks, onb of the pnrty, waB  charmed with moBt thlngfl he flaw  In tho weet, but avowed that ho was  Kind to get back oast to eucupo Honing almont every man *uhi<������/i-ik m. ink  auld of tobaoeo and BplttlnK almont  ovorywhoro and anywhere.  Bcrnler to Sail for North  Ottawa.-���������Captain J. ?E. Bernier, tbe  former commander of, the steamer  Arctic, on her three cruises to th e  far north, when he asserted Canada's:  sovereignty and compelled the American whalers to pay tribute has at  last completed his plans, for,his expedition to the north in search of gold,  iron, diamonds aiid other such valuable eornmodiflps.    ,���������-..* '  He will sail from Quebec this week  In a steamer which he has chartered  and expects to be absent until next  summer. Ho has secured ample financial; backing. ??.',.  '���������������������'��������� *"���������"���������,���������,,���������','.'.������ ������������������'-  , Dig  Deal  In  Manitoba   Land  .���������Winnipeg.-��������� The largest deal In  Manitoba farm lamia wli,ich has been  recorded .for many months, was put  through. It, oomprl*#>d 3,000 acres  northwest of Shoal Lake and Russell  in what is known as the Roasburn  district. *l1he buyers were New  York; Toronto, and Hamilton capltal-  iste, and tho purchase* monoy showed  a total of $450,000. The object of the  buyers Is to-.sell the land for colonization purpose**, and It will rounl.t In  a considerable addition to the population of tho province. ,  American Launch Captured  VIctorla.T-NcwB of a solznro only  offoctod after a fustlude of rlflo shots  had heon fired and when the ve������H������l  had been finally run down nnd captured while alio waa attempting to  oaoapo, doVolopod whon tho fishery  protection cimiIhoi* Nowlngton arrived  lu jiui'l ",v!tl\ the Air.erlonn -nonii-,4-.  launch Ttnnltn, of Seattle. In tow. The  vobbo! was captured off tho wcet coast  ot Vancouver island whllo pouching  and "O^ "pb in port awaiting confiscation aw.a prize.  Winnipeg, July 10.���������Continued favorable weather, over the spring wheat  country on both sides of the International boundary    causing    discouraged holders to sell out and a great  deal of short    selling,    has    brought  about considerably lower prices. Values In the leading markets have declined from 2%c to 3*_c from where  they were a week ago.'     While   the  bears  for the time being are in absolute, control of the market, we be-,  lieve one should  think twice  before  Joining their ranks,, as liquidation has  been drastic and short selling vicious,  much of the. latter being of extreme  eleventh hour character, every underlying bullish factor as well as possibility being entirely    ignored. ���������   The  wheat trade goes too   much   to   extremes; many traders who were rampant bulls two, weeHs ago predicting  prices would advance 10c to 20c, aro  now looking for a decline of the same  extent.      There probably was no occasion for so much of ti scare oh the  dry weather as the,trade experienced  ton days ago but thero Is not nt this  tlmo nor has there betMi for tho laat  week occasion for'such extreme boar  feeling and widoBproad liquidation, as  that  which  brought  prlcoB  down  to  bottom   quotations.    In taking a com  Bprvatlvo  vlow  of  the   situation   we  would   uuggubl  that  a  moderate  upturn ie now duo.     Stocks   of   high  griido wheat tho world over nro getting dangerously low at   the   pronont  time and will havo to ooon bo replenished fram the crowing crops.      Tho  new cropB however, aro not yet mado,  In fact aro now   entering;   the   most  critical period ot thoir   growth   and  uvwn   bWu.d  they  or!"<ipe   too   much  Will Hereafter be Compulsory for  Engine and Train Employees, Decides Commission  'Ottawa.���������Henceforth- the * railway  commission will allow no/'bue to be  employed in the service of tjae railways on engine or train service unless he h&3 first passed a satisfactory  indoor eye and ear test. Judgment  has also been handed down providing that any employee in ovnminn-  tion for promotion shall be givon an  indoor test for sight and hearing, the  latter to be the governing tests. In'  "these "tests he will be allowed to wear  glasses. The judgment, which ie  signed by Assistant Chief Commission D'Arcy Scott, has hot as yet been  couched in the form of ah order, but  ������������������+��������� ,jq likely that this will be done in a  few days. Action was. taken by the  biard as a result of a sitting at  which the matter was fully discussed  on* October 3 last and on a report  made by the chief operating officer of  the board. Tho .majority of the companies favo'e*1 the indoor test at the  sitting, but In this regard the Judg-  mont says that although the Indoor  teat in more convenient.than the outdoor and sometimes a more definite  standard can be '-j-lubliMhetl by 11.,  while the outdoor"in dlfflciiU, to Rub-  mlt on account of changeable weather, the latter test is more Bntinfactory  by far for tlio man who har. had experience on trains. In regard to  railway trainmen woarlnc glasses.  Commissioner Scott remarks aa follows:  T think that any employee who re-  tho_e- v./?*  Montreal Dock Strike Averted  Montreal.���������The,    big     dock   Btrl'.o  which wiih Uiri-uioiiuu nim uuuii uvu.u  mi   ny  Indians unow no Signs of Dl-upp������a-*-  Ing  Otb-iwa.-~Accbrdlng     to   Bmtlntlcn  JitBt cotipllcd, the Indian  In Canada  Bhowi* no ������l_n of diRnppearliu1:. During  Uio |������HMi  ju-nr him iiuiMiiui.i-.. 1..V..WV...V.*.  by ti f������w liiindrodH and tho totol number In the Dominion la now 104.000.  On the other hand the figures uhow  thnt the IfiRklmoH aro slowly, but  auroly  dlmlnlHhlng.   Thoro  aro   now  lifting the, face; is without Scrietuis.   iti(  al authority, and-all nritie of church; ___?;  or denomination'or mere'human'effort   *~.."'  of any kind is not of God. but from*/  him who would .have men think they*-  ,,���������..  are gods.      Note carefully our Lord'a.  /jl  explanation of the parable of the tares.   ''H  In the first ��������� parable the .seed is the- ���������, I  word cf God, but in this the goo*d Sfied^ ~, '  are the children of tho kingdoml'thos^'  who have received the word of God*  (John i, 12).     The tares   are  who believe the devil and 'are there-  ,  fore   his   children.        Therp   are   jusfc  two great leaders, the Son of IVIan and*-*"'  the devil, and the conflict Is between  them for man and his Inheritance the" ?i  earth.      We must not think of tares  ,'  as the openly ungodly, but?a;s;"_omer'?  thing so like the wheat that some- can-tij  not      tell.     the.       difference.     .The  tares represent religious ph'ilahthrbpio?  people of culture tfhd reflhoment,,'heio-  ple  who are < 'admired and .esteemed  and by;many considered tfie;,y.ery;salt  of?.the earth. :'���������" 'There is* 6he verytde-  '���������  elded .mark which-YdlstinguiShco' 3thc"Y(  wheat from the tares���������-true children .of Yi  God "confess themselves   sihiferer   and?���������'.;  accept Jesus as God and .puv;'all tjjielrv,  trust In his precious blood,* .the gi*eat ..  ._a.erjT-.ee for sin,,    All'?thcr;j, musi be?'.  tares, for "he,that, hatli hot, the -Son Y  of God hnth not life'' (l John v. 4.2),??;  The devil will tolerate aa much raUg*[-"���������[  Ion  as  any  one  may  doslro,  and  a; Y  beautiful ehavaoter' and -abundance of. ?  philanthropy provided..tho sacrifice?of,  JesiiH-Ohrlflt as the Blrinor's only plea  la not mentioned.      Tho Lord know-  eth them  that are his.       Let us;, be  sure .that we are. redeemed by precious,  blood and then ever and always without dlBCOurngment sow the good seed  of the word, ready as seed ourselves'  ;I'-.Y  ������������������Pi   '/!,-���������.'I  quires to use glnssefl -sjibiilrt he    en-  oouraged to d" so, but he should bo   to full into the ground and dlo^lhat  wo may win othorB. 1 w/ifl greatly  helped  at one time * by a reiimrU of  rooulro'i jilwava" to enrfv n, dnnllente  pair with him lost an'accident happen  to thoso ho Ib wearing,  SERVICE OF SOLID GOLD  Premier Bprden Takes Tea With King  and Queen In the Royal Tent  London.���������10,000 gnostB nttemloil the  royal garilon party at , Windsor,  Including a largo number of Canadian*". The ovont was ono of tho  moot notable df lift  kind  which  has  tho Into Dr. Arthur T. Ploreon to thim  effect.: Your parish Is not your field*.  tlio HuUl la thr world, and your pnrjpli  is a force that God has given yoii to'  train that, he mny uho you and them  to work the field. Thoso who do not  boo tlio roBiiltu thoy aro looking for  will bo helped If they romomber that  whon tho devil sowed his tares ht>  wont, his way. He know that they  would grow,  fc.-j|  u it licallirf, thf ununl ldnek runt nnd   tnken    plnee.        Do7.enB    of      Hpeciai  front BcaroB a������ woll aa wot harvoBtH.  there will Btlll bo a good demand for  high grade wheat for ������omo tlmo to  como. With tho coming of the rains  and cooler .weather, numerous damage  BpotB aro Biiomin", up;, this of course  applh-B moro to tho lighter land, nnd  land that wnn not properly prepared.  A������ much aa 20 por cent to 40 por cent  damage 1������ reported. (.ranting the  _������..;.!V.cv. A" ^������ f.**Hnf������* whoiit eropn lo  he nearly perrect, any dhange from  now on will mitiirally havo to bo for  tho woi-ac. Tt-Jigardlng the winter  whoat outlook In tho United Stated,  the Modern, Miller aay_ where thi-eh-  ������#  iHAfi whent. la  nndfr  way, re  AA4A4       A>MA....A.v...  "^^.. f.^f.^1   ,  _ ��������� ".   niA������4.nne mvnuoit nnd u lack of know* I nort* aro of full and ulBO.of light bor  raining the wagon of rnont of the dig-   lodgo U nanltary    reipilromentB   *jr*#|n���������������> nome uot i������i.iii_  .".-- iw,. ...'..'.:..r.  , conuntcd UandlcrBi H^.������n *��������� cauBes for tho decline.      ,   I IUln^ have interfered with tli������r har-  tralnfl made the journey from London  and hundrniln of motor care. The  premier of Canada received the huoc-  lul honor of taking toa with tho King  and Quoon In the royal tent on the  service made cf solid _o!d.  _ , ,,   , . ���������  8lr Percy Glrouard'e Potltlfn  London.���������Tho Tlmon announcoB  thnt Llout.-Colonel Sir Percy Glronard,  v/ho fnirtdenly ri������������li'ned nu Kovernor of  BrltlHh Kant Africa, hao ucvopled m.  Imporlnnt, po������Hlon with M������B������r������ Arm"  atrong, thnn adding another immn to  the growing Hat of able public men  who huvo exchanged aorvlco with the  erown for private bn*ilnene. Sir  Percy  1������ tbe ������ou or tUt������ lato ijuhu'o  .   ��������� '������  - . I   .     . 4*      ..  1*||*.HIM.IM,       Ul       ������.������A.        V.M4AA.VA.A.A.  oourL  <;n  Russia and, Japan  London.���������A dlnpatch to   tho   Tlmo������  from  St.  Potornburg commenting on  Prince Kiitf������nra'i������ visit, says that Rtia.  niii'H flat, loftmbl to llBten' to suggo*it������  iotiM miulc al. the Baltic, port   Inter  teivlow tending to _mbrotI her wUh>'  .lapim, oiieouragou tho belief that tl\ia*  nla Ih firmly rcnolved to work liarmon*  loiiHly with Japan.    ��������� ,,,   .:.���������(,  Wai)*** Penny Poot, Canada to Franco  London.���������Whllo ln Paria Mr. P���������Ut*i>  ler will urgo puutiy pontage betwi^ea  Cnnadn imd Prnnert, thoiiKh It In con.  /���������eded it a (liffloult qnoBtlon   In view  I   Ul      IUU      lUta      vilUL      llAllltJ        llAJ.IAMJkW      '.,,k%  J ~*t tZ".~,   mmtm%s������mUmA   l.-������\A'-_H  W;������,.������^������������������,4������",.<l���������*,  1 Mid Fr������ui5*.  i  MM  As  ���������MMM-HI  MM i____gg  HH  aBSBSEB^jsnaiaa^^  Si^SyrCv^���������.??^  [m-:z  _������  as^-s "���������;, ���������  Wxttitititi  mm$'������ytitiy  S*K.  ,y >���������>;������:���������'  P^-S,"  Kv^vJi-;  !;Y"rV?  ������ti  l>;'  lit -r  _*t4������*    . , *'  ���������TI;-.  ������������������-���������^i *.-  ���������������'**%*������������������  I {������*-;���������-*-4  ���������#;  IP''  IK -,*;':'  _^_____6B-__H_^_M^__W-__^__^_W-M_BPN-_WWBWBWIWg-^  !Si^;^^  as*  sasss  ���������F  *^Q.?.w.'v-,'?-.-i.l'.',-r.r-,_-:";-'. ���������;; -.'.���������, ,:.',',������������������'.������������������  ):.~:&&,^-w;x.Hjv-^^  sssss  H  .sa:  1  :mmWBB^S' '^3������ __r  arn'MS _as aarYaar ������_L  YAHK STEMS  HI  &  have proven the BEST Jar for family use.  W    Pints 0������mSS    Quarts Si*30     gf&if ssmii&sm ������ im 73 ssmr* gi&smss  _-_ , - - i_mv ��������� _������  s  n  1  ������1  ilnsuro Your Live Stock!  ��������� -WI b"K i His-   . .    - B  m ^^>ff^S3S_'������SJlS__fej_?     -ELS-������_*__ SEB _& aS_^S2"   -^^^      ��������� ������ ���������*,*_'��������� ^-  a s ���������^?r_������4.^r_-5*:__  _!_^ij!���������A!������3(u&_. -������������0_, ������.?**-  Qf York, England.  Established Over Three-fourth ������f- a Century  .Capital - - $5,000,000  Reserve Fund - - - $13,000,000  -Claims--Paid - - - $30,000,000  0UY LOWENSBERO, Agent  rriwnfv^,m^^rr*m'm^n^rmyrH\\\' ���������' i' 'if \ i n nrrrmin ��������� ammmm  1  "T_T> <%W*������c*-<?-rrvfvT a t *2  _,  XWAWUI-~V_*iiii/VJ  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  BO. XiANB  SUEV-rrOB AS������   A&CHBSC?  The Moose order Np. 1049 at Cran--,  brook organized iu Yuhk, Tuesday the  23rd. About thirty of che boys at Yahk  got the horns put on. ��������� Proap* ^Fs are  qrood for a big game at Yahk.  The Horseman,   Bros.;   outfit passed  thl'Onffh y������h!r *rent*9',*d&*!*' *������������������> *v*f*s  _������,_���������_. j������4*  operation neat Glen-Liiy about five  miles soath of Yahk where they are going to erect a large tie camp they report  two years operation.  Jack Cameron and  Angus McOlnre  passed through Yahk en Mondays east  hQI-llll^ f������*_lr������l������f r������.������  IUa.Iv t*������-������. *r* Ou.nl.ann).  -4*-"*������������������   ���������-w*ej_������W^���������������    A.**/*..     .. m,J    AAJ,   **XXXXXVX\fUn.  where thev intend spending a. few d_y_  . ���������** t    "���������*  among their friends before returning to  the fruit belt. '  Harry Bathie came down from Cranbrook, Saturday to visit the folks ou the  '"' ."i't?-1'*^  ranch returning Sunday.fi.  Miss Annie Johnsp  rent to Oreston  Monday to speiMa^w days with Mrs.  " "'     ** ������������������- vTXf  >v  "Plan;! n_._ BiWM������<lnalri/>CTn  CRESTON  B.C.  Stst ������entlsto  I  SS* "j*  $������ at ���������.������������������������������������*?������  ������ lummnmz prices |  ^    ,   ���������    ,   . ..'' _.. ������  M For the -next f-liirtv davs ^  *S ' . . . ���������     '���������   ^ ������������������'������������������"'     ������������  g      I will give ������?  ;I in Pm^o-rri ns*>������ft*--������* i  ~     a v 1  vivvni*. wi������wi*UH*.   |  ������ on all work if vou bring: ������  g this announcement. g  1 _* ������  1$    : ;     ������*l  ! SB ?S  O@o������   ovar  Frank Parks Hardware.<& ^f* H* ������..^figtSgg _*  I    a4_���������.!-r������J^-.a* Cor.__v������rsi-e $  ���������������  DENTISTRY  H. E. HAIX D. p, S,  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. C#  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONSUliTXNO   BNGINEKK  CRESTON     -  B.C.  I  OKMLh, YOUNG & ������jo.  Beal Estate and Inenranoe.  HOu������E_ 'Jt'O _������i--7T  CRESTON     -  B.C.  CRANBROOK - B.C.  The  unera! Director  _oai  JAS, H, SCHOFIEI.I)  Fin, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATJC, Eto.  tRAIL      -      -       -   B.C.  Before Letting  he -milding of your New  V Store, Office, workshop  er building, write or call  For the -milding of your New  Bouse,  or other  on me.   Estimates given on all  kinds of work.   Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  ---"���������BE* ���������������������.���������������������������������������*���������*.���������������������������������*���������������������������.    ��������������������������� <���������������, 1,��������� ��������� ,������������������,��������� ��������� _������. I  ii.W SPhlii tA-HIUS.  All the Very Latest Styles in-Ladies' Hats,  Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   READY-MADE   WAISTS   New Lines of Ladies   nnd Child-  rens*   Stohkings and Wearing  Apparel suitable to the Season,  Mrs. fl. YOUNG  Cnstcr. %. ������. %* IHo  2095  Meets first and third Thuradnys  in  each month, in Spoors Hail ot 8 p. m.  Visiting Brethern cordially invited.  George Brodorlok, W". M.  Walter V. Jaolts.iy, Reo. Seo.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS  Itoucu by Tiic Cu-umuui Bunk ui' Commerce, are u safe, convenient unci  inexpensive method of remitting- small sumn of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Caniiila. (except in lhe Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, arc issued ut  tho following- rates:  $S ������*���������*���������<! Mwd-j-r     3 cento  Over     S nnd not exceeding $10     6  IO       " " 30 10  30       " " rtO 15  ., 0.0  4*  4*  H  it  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  - -eesss of our SPBCIAX,  r0Ul_IGt4  55KAI  wlthoat d������l_y ������t r������������������on*bl������������ rat**.  TERCY *&. FOWlBJRf Manager, Crtston  Branch  ������ho_J_ he tssiids by nesss of our SPBCIAX,  r0Ul.IGt4  55KAFTS mid MONEY  ORDJKItQ.    1*b"_i*_ tHthout ii#l_-f nt r-mtonnblc mum.  Bill Embree a$*_l hi*- |i_ter made a  trip over to Sanimi^ureek, in a canoe, on Monday.   Bill reports splendid  unnwl- A....4.MM   ������t._    ^.w.^^1-%��������� A    v>~������%_aH ��������� ���������    ^..u  ���������*������"-   MAA.A.A.H    vaa-      OJAOUAAAVAA     DoUUllID-     lOr  which Summit Greek is well famed,  33r. Eutterfield is busy this week  bnildicg a bridge over the creek on his  ranch.  The bridge orew are making good progress with the bridge over Duck Creek  When this ie completed the Crestonites  *... *  ttrlli  has., r,,^ 43--���������?, ^mm.  XV...^.     4I.a    V-t-M���������*i.  -=������������������ ������������������.-������������������ ������.^ a.������.w* ������������������*.%, c_i<������j^    vjuio   mJW3*k.  Creek route.  The road gang are aow busy filahhiag  a trail from the Dixon ranch to Sirdar.  Godfrey Vigne, *wh������ tor sh������ past year  has been driving: one of thie motor cars  belonging to the Oolnmbia Vaiiey Irrigation & Fruit Lands Co., at Wilrner,  came down Fridav and was aoting the  pare of night marauder disturbing folks  from their peaceful slumbers. Although  Godfrey had not been to ted for two  nights he said he would,not seek repose  till he had given all his old time friends  the glad hand. He returned to Cranbrook Saturday/where he had left the'  oar, f  Mr. and Mrs. E. Sparkes left for Calgary Saturday. Mr. Sparkes was first  teacher of the Isaok Creek sohool, and  only left owing to the foot that he was  teaching under permit whioh expired at  the end of last term. Mr. Sparkes will  probably attend Normal sohool so as to  get a B. O. certificate, he holds a first  class Nova Scotia certificate.  i   I  The sohool   ohildrens   picnic   nt the]   I  T   ���������������_      __������-  v..ss maa*  cCuOO* uouao coaay nas ail {  prospects of a grsiid  dance at night.  iccegs nnd a big)  s  I  il  i  Steam rollers may have their purpose���������  but excessive weight means discomfort in  an automobile���������or a man. He alone is  sure that the heavy car rides easiest who  has never ridden ij_ the light, Vanadium-  built Ford. A demonstration is a revelation.  More than 75,000 new Fords into sfirvino this sensor���������  proof tbat they must be r'gtit. Three passenger Roadster S775r-flve passenger touring car $850~-delivery car  V4-*" --     ��������� ���������    -- ��������� '  ���������������������������' ,'- ��������� *,        ^**������t,.f ,*.U���������.      M,A*      V Aj^AtApAAAOAAV  Catalogue from Kootenay Garage Company of Oreston,  B. S. Bevs������ns -manager���������-or direct from Walkervilia.  u lie  s  m ii  'im  ill  hi  S8m Speers tha well known Oreston  merchant came into Yahk on Mondays  south bound flyer on hia wav back to  the fruit belt and had to - lay over an  hour on account of the west bound regular being late. Sam reports business  good in the banana district and a hamper crop of apples is espeoted.  The new station at Yahk is now completed aad expect- to be ia opera*ica ia  a few days, under tho careful manage*  ment of J. J. Corry, agent The station  is one of ths best on the Crow with all  the latest improvments and which I am  sore the people of Yahk are proud of.  A very sad accident oconrred on Monday last at the logging camp of the King  Lumber Co., at Yahk a- little dog called  Roudy a great favorite among the boys  was runnipg alongside the logging train  when a log tolled from the top of one of  the loaded cars, kil|ing him instantly.,  All the boys seem to take it quite ser  io _sljf-.  J* r^_r*i twt*    T*_n_i!2  ���������v     JsL       S^W -3.    M. jr.  AND ORNAHENTALS  % * "*  in -1 _  ���������^  _^1      _       _ 81                     -   m  B .ravrk 1<_^ niIiii*i*nr-jr--M'5--.5������       ir^_*____j .s___s_-vajH"_SJ%r  BSBSBSB ���������D__    S      iiSSBS _ WBBBBSi HBaHUM        ������m���������������.    _ 5. -���������  msvaxxajaa i*Ulll     UlllUiy l.UIUUlt?sjO  a  cB|ff_ffi,!tr_ir_ff___r_  VERNON, B. C.  - ' ���������__������  A)l our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry all the  leading  varieties   most  X :suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  "    on three-year-old whole roots.  <���������**���������      For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.       ���������&  4> j. Biinco, Box 39, Creston, B.C.  &  AAAAAAAAAA AA A'ASAA A a a a ,a A 4__. a _s^ ^_  --   -v   -w   w-4'V^--^r-^--v'^- *^r -^- ^r.r -r- ~ir ^-r ~|- *������r -pr ^r ^r ^mr "mr **w "Vf  W&  It would be easy to swat the fly if the  pesky thing were not so everlastingly  alert.  san.  Comprising t25 Acres  ggm^iW&B^M  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Peaches  Ci8&ffmjr9BS  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday.as  follows:  Morning        -        -        11:00 a.m.  Evening   -        -        _     7:30 p.m.  Sabbath Sohool 2:20 p. m.  You aro welcome to  tarry with ub.  Frod L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Soi'vioo ovory Sunday  at  Jl a. m.  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 10 ,-x. in.  Adult Bible OIoss at oIobo of evening sorvioo.  W. G. BijAKK  , ��������� MIhIhIoi*  CHRIST CHURCH  Durincf tho absonoo of tho Vicar tho  P. O. Hayman, the morning sorvioo in  discontinued, oxoopt on the lNt Sunday  in tho month or near It, whon duo notice  will _������j isivuu nuik iho Hoiy Communion  oelebratod. The evening acxvloe Is con-  duotod aa usual at 7.80 p. m.  WATER NOTICE  We, The Bedlington and ISielson  Railway Company of Vancouver, B.  C, by occupation & railway company,  give notice that we intend on the 24th  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  the forenoon, to apply to the Water  Commissioner at' his oir.ee at Nelson  B. C. for a licence to take and  use one-half {%) cubic foot of  water per second from an unnamed '  creek, a tributary of Kootenay Lake  to be diverted at a point about 860  feet N. 40 degrees 23 minutes E.  above Water Tank.  The water will be used' on our right  of way, for domestic purposes, for  locomotives and trains.  A. K. IvIacNkiix,  Solicitor for Bedlington andj  Nelson Railway Company  Dated this 12th day of Juno, 1012.  j Piunss  Qy^HJk&ITllED HOM  Cellared*^���������Roots,in* earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established I90O by the HOP3. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ALL 8TOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Price list, write to--? ? '..[       ' <  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C."  ^*^^ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmommmmm%^ ' I    Ij  A. Mirabelli  SasSitite and  Harness  Repairing  A SPEGIALfr  Dealer in   high*  class  boots aad shoes.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the z,  Creston    WiM   &  Spirit Co*  ,".  S. Poole; Prop*   J    i  THE CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  ���������i  A  ce  sstss  ase  CAN SUPPLY YOU  '  . ' v.-   ��������� *.,>,.  with' Deering: or.iV^cCor-  mick Mowers or  Rakes.  Fleury's and Oliver's Ploughs  or  Pittsburg   Electric   Wield  Poultry  and Cattle Fen-  ^a^r imM ���������% ^m WfaBtk *lr  BM  it  MHMtMWWUIUlMUUMWUl-UUIMMtlWtili  |J-MMMMHWN_������_M_MiM^^


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