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Creston Review May 31, 1912

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 i-Sttfit!!!!1*1?'.'    I    ;���������'   ���������t    ���������>,        J- ������ *. i      t       IV    J- ���������_  :TCmiA, e-fi^  ^^ygft* Ktaftfeiiw Leail tor..-���������MgtM  ^  ���������V, ""���������"  ���������%^"M-  -4������W- ,    , ,*;      NT>   -fV  'V"***   ' "     :^  1     ���������* y*,js  / i i-* %/\/  CRESTON, B.Cv\ MGD&aY  MAY  31^.1912.  Single Copies 5c.  BARS BROSRESS  GOVT SURVEYOR  For Which Reason Lower  jRotite-I-s> Favored For  U3n������kttmtr  1������. G. Bandiesomu,  tha government  surveyor, who left Creston two weeks  'ago to inspect Summit pass to determine  the feasibility of paying the Canadian  Highway over the mountains, -was forced  to turn, back on account of the'deep soft  snow/ He gob down from the pass last  Saturday and in spite of his failure to  l ������^������>������a iho anm*������\t ������rQrn here he has KOne I  around the  mountain range aud   will  this VveSk make another attempt from  Salmo.        ^     . *> ,  On account of the snow which wonld  bloofs the automobile road-many months  j*  in'the'year and,'because the route over  frUA^nao    1 cartel     4-*������v/\T1<t1i     -A     WflVR    tll-A^j^  sj-AA.%3    %f\*a*3      ������**.W*s������\������ssJ-       *>*���������** **-������s5>���������       ���������       ������������������ ��������� *  settled country, Randlesome favors the  other route which leads from Cteston  1 along the present** road through Sirdar  .So Kaskaaook, feoi-a thence over a road  to be constructed to Balfour which'includes trecsles across the north arms of  ��������� *    ������ j A  ' ^be kootenay lake; from Balfour over  /-       ���������> * *     *i *       -     ~ ^  * ������l^ro^d ihrough^rsotor to Kelson and"  *     -"*     -   *      *���������    "*���������������������������_.������  from Nelson^iJ^ough^mitYSalmo. Kri������  13aywaTdTfco^rail.  However the~survey-  Bruce   W.   Tucker and Mies Jessie   mux   entered   matrimonii! hnnnu o-a,  Tuesday evening at eight o'clook, with  Morton pucker as best; man and Miss S.  Mobre bb bridesmaid,  in-the parlor of  - -s -   * ~/  the Oreston Hotel." Il������v. W. G. blake"  of the Presbyterian church preformed  the ceremony. About twenty-five  guests were present at the pretty- affair  and all joined heartily iu tho toast for a  long happy wedded life for the young  c Duple, proposed by Rev, Blake.  * Mr. Tucker, the bridegroom, is a popular employee of the Oreston Mercantile  LOCAL. NEWS  Angus Curry is iu Gleston back front  his mining, olaims up Summit Ores**:  trail. He reports thatthere is very Uttlo snow on the pass for this time otHhe  > * < -  yeai* and for this reason he says that the  high water on the flats will be of short'  duration this season*-. The minora up  the& have a large amount of ere ready  for the smelter and they are very skst*  ous to have the Canadian Highway take  the mountain route from Creston -to  Trail.  VJUrAAA A4CAA JT .  ���������Miss Margaret Bntteriield is' prepared to make  hats   and bonnets for  'ita������inn  ���������v/i ii  ������XXWXXXM0L    CMJIIAI  ������������-  Considering his quiet uatars  and the few months he has been in  Creston, he has made many friends.  Miss Lunn, the bride, was the cheerful dining room girl at the Orestoa Ho-  ���������    t *������  t *     ������^. _.   ..^__    -       a. ....���������  ItCA^       XJLC4U    AJXA^JUU ������rAOOCJAAWO     UI1CAO     VTJIKJL   KAO  greatly missed by the regular boarders.  VT XAnv   AO      UAAC     gC AAD A AAA.     ACDJJUg     llGrrOAU  the young people is expressed in the  many valuable presents Which they 'received a mong which were, a set of dishes, set of silverware, morris chair, bedroom set, aud a variety ot other useful  articles.  Mr. aud Mrs Tucker will be at home  to guests after Saturday, June 8, in the  Jack Athercon house. ���������  - The only thing to mar the pleasure of  ' '*��������� <���������   v *  the occasion was the fact that the'young  people could not have mdre of their rin-  ��������� *��������� "s-^" 'J*"-  rimate   friends   present.^ - Whe������' Msv  modelling a speciality.     Three  years  previous 6sp6fiouce iu. a largo XiO-udCs  , *  (England)   firm.     ^Charges moderate.  ,        *  Apply'oare of Mrs, E. Maila*r������*3ai'ae,b,'*i-.  ton B. C.  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  Church served dinners to the rifle men  and guests at the range on Empire day.  Their proceeds amounted to $28.  ���������-Douglas "YiUa For Sale. ���������Two tniias  from town, 14 aores and log house. For  particulars apply eo O, Mocre, Oreston.  . A telegram wa������3 reoeived here Tuesday from W. 6. Isittlejobn of Erickson  wb.o accompanied his family to the Old  Country about two month s ago, stating  that he will be quaranteened in Halifax  for a month. Mr. Littlejohn is on bis  -way back to his home and had the nais-  fortune to come on the Steamer Tunis-  ah on which smallpox broke out during  tue voyage   ,'  ' ��������� 3uy your flshmg tackle from our  big assortment of  lines.   S. A. Speers.  Game warden Bedford was in town  on Monday and -Tuesday.  A. MirabellHhe shoemaker, will receive a shipment of 260 pairs of shoes the  uvea of the week.  < ���������Place ypu>? order for Preserving Pin������  Apples at Speers.  SSMSSSlsssCKMSB       st*  ��������� C. Adams went to Calgary last weak,  where he has taken up work for the  summer.  t  r  J. M. Craige of Anaconda who has  been spending several days at his ranoh  here, left last Saturday for his home.  Se intends to return to Creston soon and  bring-his family.  fiflWRNPff  mwvm mn  'ss.amJm\mV���������   l������*W  rxmrn.m'*.  rUm%.m%fL%iLs\m^ni3l^ ur  VALLEY FLATS  iiie Kiver rroDamy wm  Be Widened Below  Nelson  Just arrived.   New up-to-date styles  in Ladies Collars aud Belts at Speers.  Work will be commeuced next week  on interior aecorations or tne mepaouibS |  church.  H. C Gehrkeand family took a pleas-  i sure trip to Bonners Ferry, Saturday.  The new real estate firm of Jaoht-km  Bros , sold lot number 150 of Block 8l������  at Can j on .City, Wednesday-to Mr.  Olmstead cf Sask. The lot formerly  was the property of Angns, Cnrty of  Oreston.   Mr. Olmstead expects tq erect |  a house and barn immediately, softs to 1    The ������*if������lmpwj nf \%ia -mot-.hft** baa nailed  r_ ^   _..     , -^ -.  _  be able to move on. his ulace and make i ft *n*r  TiaiA TKonV *& firtnAat-^na   nm-nr.  ���������For Sale, two hives of bees, also  ^quantity of nee supplies. J. Compton^  Tt���������*���������*������������������������������������������������������ ������^ *������������*������, 1     ������*���������***������  Word was received l������ere this ���������week  to the effect that the provincial gov-  i in aire'i'iy busy Kn-^lierins ttatji. regarding the flow of water from Kootenay  Lake down the rivei* near Nelson and  at the Prector narrows at which  places the greatest amount of -work  for the reclamation of the Kootenay  Valley flat lauds, may be done.  A *sV    ������w%4-T������    ���������������������*iP   *f>������*sni������������������k     vinwnAm     **r**^������.i������***sVo     ���������������������������������������  the {outlet there is an abrupt ri^e in  the river bed which-; forms a natural  dam for the increased flow of water  t     t> . ������*nii*:__..              A. .Drjr&Ai  Huuauu,' j. xvtyaaaviaam.   q������oa.'  warden, passed through CreBtoh Tues  dsiy to Fernie.   He is out on a tour of ^^^^ bv fcne meifcin}? of the snow on  inspection   and will soon be back tc  OpaRtOn to look into the ao-aditions here  the mountains.  At low Wat������*.- ttcCOriL-  improvements at oncee  ���������Oioverdale, ranch is for sale, 120 acres  bottom land and 40 acres, foot hill; 20  acres in orchard, all can be- cultivated<~  See O. O. French.  ruck^r w������������fl ready *o \������?efe tb?i������ licw������D������e-iJaa K -*t>? W. Bri^,Bp55f?������i*,?������?t''5if-***b������^^jaan^  [** or ib going to be thorough in hi* investigation of the Summit aud Lost Greek  trail and "if he is able to get over the  ������������������ "S *. " Ia.  "pass he will -some to Oresfcon?on his way  to Nelson to report.  .���������Ranches $tre strung along the trail for  about nine miles on this slopev and the  ranohersnhturally-arevery au3sious  to  secure the highway,  and if tbey  did  Oreston   would be benefited by their  traide whioh now largely goes to Salmo  Then too another advantage of a road  that way wonld be the creating of a  ^convenient outlet for ore to tbe suneltor.  At Trail.   Both the ranchers aud miners  have sent an earnest plea for Oreston to  boost for the hig.vay to go thoir way.  ,     The plea for the other route ia no less  '������������������atronfta'O.d't^ it wonld"  endouptk'otfor a convincing argument,  for  the;/rpat^v-'V.bipii.^,by    nutooio'jile  ��������� would be Pnly ii few hoars loiigor. than  tho other.   In^nsa the valby rotito if  ������y ohoHen, as sootns now t������������ be tpiite liboly,  u goveruiu^nt road ������ho������ld and undJnbt  edly will Boon bo iouilt for tlio roleif. ot  the mluers and raupberfl on tho trail.  Ai'othet' tiiluK that Oreston   ahould.  iuterofitiieriioUiii i������ the road between  bora av������d Ott>i������ln'i>oVt.'.'. In tho piiflt t\v<  wookfl   twenty automobiles bound foi  for Oroiiton ,ni*(j ������������������oportod to hfiv(*t":opp(*il  : nt Graiiuroolt booiiuao thwrn w"nH no rou<i  through to���������iliiH pln*?o.-'-If- iibit}.,'li   tn.P  ..CVo-iton hiiH hint i>b-������f ol' frond nrtvonlMliif?  andnptolliii^whiiji'o'i'o and It lu wiicl  thnt. a fairly Ron I roiul oimlil Imbiid at  it i grout ������������������li'.'"-.. h.y   <;uiiii<iiuiiU'   innl   '���������������'���������  ������������������ i*r.������yh<n;-wlmt roads,tiero aro in, thin  dUofllAon,  Pi'ovinoinl Fir������ W.ardeu Bobort Xong  whoHOwnrk htiH bw������u intho Vnijr vldlnu  now in"? tJUii'i'fii' ���������>*'��������� '-I- i'1" '",''������������������"'������ i ���������"������'���������  In bothKast nnd W<iHt Kootaniiy". ITo  took advantage bf the low daya re������t from  tint'** glvou bv the rain, to make a short  ..i.it- nt bin ranch nonr Erloknon.  forms were to be found in Creston.  ���������*���������  .Af  ter uselessly telegraphing to Cranbrook,  for them, Mr. Tucker was forced to  make a trip to Nelson tb secure" the  proper papers. For th:s reason the time  Df.thewedding was uncertain so no" invitations could be sent ont.  io.   He leaves today to be gone for an  indefinite period.  "- ���������See our window f 5t earthern pitch-  erp and tea pots at rock bottom prioes.  S. A. Speers.  t^-Bev*  yon City LumWr Company, of Portland  Oregon, spent several days looking after  business interests here. He departed  Wednesday to Nelson near which city he  owns a ranch.  A-     ������S.  SAJAU& ^.  If AVA-^������AV,  ot the channel oeiow fieison,  2u,uu0  Buaaaa ������uu������ nuu uuiua uuviuwu ������* (cuoic teet ot~ water tiows down the  Nelson are spending a few days at the  noma1 of Miss Hattie French.  RnMOK Ml  riveV in a second,  Pie mmm  What the flow is  at high water is yet to be determined  but it will probably not be less than,  100,000 cubic feet.  The river at present is runing. past  the narrows at .5.4 miles an hour hav-  ito^amt������akaaimmta   ������f\*������*  EMPIRE DAY eiFLESHOOI  ���������Mrs. Attridge of Erickson is now  prepared to do dressmaking of all-kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Gall at the  homo of M. B. Palmer. 38-tfi  Britishf Columbia A-uxiliary Bible SPoi-  ety, will present the cause-of his Hooiety  on Sunday at 11 a. m. at the Presbyterian church and at 7:30"p. an. at the  Methodist church.  Fred Byckman returned from Calgary  ^Y  last week.  The first competition of ihe Creston- j  i  ErioUson Civilian Rifle  Association for  the "Dominion Prize" awarded by  tho  i  Dcnnaiou of Canada to tbe best marks-  mau in each OWiliau Rifle Association  was held on the 24th inst.   Besides this  main prise, prizes were awarded by the  Association in throe different classes. A  prize of !|4 to the highest score of 801  mnrlts or over, one of tiS8 to the highest  of TO marks.hud/under 80 and a prize? of  ,f2 for the highost uuder 70;  The result was somo'very , fair ohoot*  ln8# '.-   [''ti ,     ?,"'.'. "'. '������������������;���������,'���������  ',','  Obis. Monre woii the 1st prlise' with a  '.-tqore.of 86. T. .T. 0 raw lord aiid G.  oiaiin, tlod for tho 2nd prtap with a Boore  if 70'each, T. Crawford whinliig on  ���������.hoot off. F. Putnam won tho 8rd with  a Koorft of flj).   .'  Tho o.-)uiplpte Boore Is as follows;  iJiium 200   600 aud 600yd<* Total  Mr. Noble of the Beattie Murphy Co.,  of Cranbrook was a "visitor to Gx-eston  over Sou day.  ���������,You get five per cent discount at  4Thb Cash Store,  ���������Before I bad a lloeuia I sold\ shoes  with a profit of 10'per cent now I, make  5 per cent.   A.  Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  'Tis strange the number of 'friends a  bridegroom has the firet few day p. after  the marriage. ,  Miss Jennie Cameron returned from  Cranbrook Tuesday where she has been  visiting her brother.  Excellent Work Is_ Being  Done By Conasnstties  Splendid work is being done,, quietly,  by the various committees, charged with  the preliminary arrangements for the  j coming Fall Fair and citizens may safely antioioate the biggest and best fair  yet. ���������  The Tag committee,? mainly composed  of ladies* are prosecuting their labor  with great success and with untiring  devotion to the good oause. A party  of ladle* journeyed to Yahk and sue-  H.'B. W. Ingram left Tuesdny for  Armstrong; B. O., where ho will join  his wife. They will then go to Viotorl**  together. ��������� ~  oeeded iu ulaposisg cf sixty tags.   ApRrfc  ������������������3?he best iu paints aud varnishes?  Bapoo Point aud Berry Bros, Varnlehoa  for sale at Speers.  .r. RtopiiH     ui" -2d'  J. Hayd������ni      25 2(5  ID. Oartwriwhti 2(1 25    ,  W. Tuiner      ������" ,0  .1. Mrniou. ,     H) 11  W Crawford 20 2  '(*. G������iin'   ;    25 2(1*  ll?Vli^(lci:i������6u''V  ' . .1 ' '  Mr. IJolKTiH .510 2!5  If, Putnam SO 1. 22  T, Omwfoird. 27 Y 80  i>, WaVHvMi   ���������2-i.ti ... 251 -  J. RyokiAan IB 18  G' AOUskBpu,'   tC 12  Slftpios"        '30 '84  A, Duporry   25 38  11. Do hi**       21 20  o.Mopw"    ui as  W. Jaokson ..1.0 ������  A.'FitHUoraldart uw  26  80 ;  14  16  28 "  fl  21  10  22  ���������.���������; 22.  14  6  21  ai  Sft  137  24  ���������AH  Tho Ladies Aid of tho. Methodist  ohnich will nicotat the borao of Mrn,  T. M. Kdinondeon on noxt Thmsday.  8H  77  81  17  ������7  20  70  21  75  081  70 I  67  ,50  28  76  74  70  8(1  ���������Protect yonr garden with poultry  wiro,   in 2"tt, 4 tc and 6 it-, widti^H  ai  .'.,-.. . .  ���������       .���������',  Spl*i'������t*, utoit*. ,  ���������FOR 3ATjE~One fine young Bel-  glum Mare, One Yearling Heifer, One  Buggy, one sleigh, one work harness,  one combination, Potato, and orchard  sprayo'r,' hursts make, one H*j*ht plough,  one oultivator and all. tho neoeauary  . 'i  farm,tools for prices see owner, James  Berry,  JohuB. Wlnlaw of Winlaw B.  C,  who bought the lumber mill at Duok  Ow*Pk bint fall������loft Tnestlay to not things  -��������� Y ?,'���������������������������'   ,  in operation at hlu mill.  r������. Lyonnof Oanybn Olfcy was a Cros-  ton caller Woduouday. ,.. . ,.-,,.  ���������*     -  v ? ���������- ���������'?' '���������    ���������" ?; :, ,-i i. ���������'. ���������- '  ���������Chrlf'Me'fl frosh Hodos at 35 oen^fl per  In nb Spoors.  ..i ���������-.'.,,  ' i<      '     ��������� ���������   /   ���������***   '���������      >.������������������'.*     ���������- ���������    ������  MiHat-H Johusqu- mid ^Not-dhntn Bpont  .'���������        .���������        ���������������������������   ���������' ���������   ' '       ii": "��������� '''.   ���������   , '', '��������� ���������;���������'',*' ,''   '���������' ''. '������������������'     ���������  tin* wiiftk������iirl lit NAliton. .'���������'.;.'-'.��������� '?'  altogether from the sale o������ tags, this  systomatto canvass ot the surrounding  dlsttiots is having excellent offeot in  arousing the interest of settlers in the  coming fair.  In addition ito tho porcoual oauvaGalnj?  Mr. W. B. MoFarlane haH Inaugurated  a dampaigu of correspondence, letters  being sent to eaoh indlvibual ranoher in  the leas thickly populated' sections, in-  vltlug cooperation in the work of making Cranbrook Dlotrlot'a Fall Fair the  thoroughly representative exhibition it  should hs. , ���������> Y  The Cranbrook AgrlouUural Fair for  1012; to bo hold the 10th and 10th of  Bepteml-er, ptomlflflH to be a groat suo-  oeaa.  W<th tho large now bntldlngs and  improvelA ground**, the mattfiKement is  better equipped than over before, to  handle exhibits and to carry ont a program of sports and rto,o*w*yi'!*������**,i far ������������������������**.  oeeding their previous efforts.  Many now feature are being added  the most important being the arrange'  ment* for DISTRICT EXUIBITH.thcrc-  by Riving to various portions ot tbe  oountry an opportunity to compete with  growum iu iiitur luiuiouiam ������������o������������������i*jr, nv  thp same tlmo preventing the larger and  Hp,*mt tho xoloaso froai bur sohool oausedl jnore d6V<sloped ^^ ^ tho district from  ���������We are agents for Imperial Clothing  The Cash Store.  ���������i,' i ��������� -  ���������,.    . .  "ihe wild strawbenies aro beginning  tO siptiai.  W. Browell of Canyon CUy ilnlshod  th<)TJt*Amplng ot ten aoros of Innd for  Frank Putnam near lOriokson.  ling risen 10 feet since the begiuniag' of  the^seaBon,and���������tihe.^o"5'���������'?Kiii isrobabsy,  attain 7 or S miles arB."hour Uiure ths  flood subsides.      -       ,,  v "      j  As the -government has only just  started the gathering of accurate data  what plan will be used to drain the  flats is" not yet known, but a course  that seems quite reasonable is the  widening of the river below Nelson.  The following is -' what the Nelson  News says regarding this plan.  '���������In all probability a few years may  Bee the promontory at the rhouth of  Groham. ereek and known sometimes  as  Luna Park,  cut away  bo make  room for the river.    If lb ie feasible  water will flow  over the portion cut  away at all times of the year and the  level on all parts of the hike will not  fluctuate more than a few Inches if at  all.-  Before this'comes to pass how*-,,  ever, drillings ivtll-.be"' mn!do t������y ei*gi-.  neers to find out the nature of rock  underneath? so that- an estini ate of the  cost can be made.   The lake will nob  rise in Bpring nor recede Iri fall for the?  level of the water will be governed by  the ridge \n the bed of the river which,  at present obstructs the   flow   anil  causes It to rise. ���������  At tlie narrows If this soliomo te  taken; up a similar engineering feet  only on a smaller, scale may be accomplished and again at Haivop If it  Is necessary. In this \������>ay the water  which comes down* in the streams In  spring will have an unobstructed flow  to Kootenay River. I  Tho great bonoflh which xv\l\ accrue  from any scnam* to proyei^t hooding  :m  5-71,  -*?o������d  %y  . ���������<*.:  t-yj  ���������i ii -,  s I  i tiv  *   1*  - ���������/ ������l  m  1    , ,      ?������������������*-kii. yztiti'Z'ti Miss Lena Oartwr'glib of Cranbrook  , .. . . ^ t ,  Mra, Ohas. Mooro auti children have  40 gone to,Kiwla for'^ by .tJniplro day, with hor pnrout* Mr I winning all primes.���������SelooWon from or  7b I her mother, Mrs, JrtUmer.,,    * * 1 ������"������u mk*, ������jt������o. mus,** ***������*���������������. ma m������aoim>i>u.  v*^������  ^vlll naturally inft* tho Ifoofconay flata  whoro 75,000 acres are now flooded  each year. Tho Kootenay winding  through tho valley overflows as it ie  unablo to got fall onough to keep in IM  channel. It lias boon pwpOMtf.,n,tp., u  straighten out thl������ channel Init tliat  will probably be for othor generation*.'*  Thero ia eotwe talk that th* goyoifi(i- ??  ment -will not be able to wake aniip- :.  propilatlon largo onough to pay thV j  .. , .,    I..-,    ,,,       ,0     - -, k -Aa-IaiI ������H.*ivuiil.*>i.lMi        *������*���������������-      Ism      ***-%*.. ������|,  -r*rm~~ -r."',r >-.���������*,",;���������":  r-rr 4  ovont the work will not be stopped /,;  for Uio flat* form too good a olmnoc for ,  private capital to mako a larjjo "take- ^  fi-tVisi, *)*>4<inintNMrlu  HtMiliksW  siiMs  fwi'-tit'iiiiiriiiiiifflwiffiiini  I l!^t ���������?!! W j****!! IS i. ������ '���������' B**^**?.'  L<!*tte?  isi  jisg^fi^^ajg^jft;  *������tegj  AJi4jj^������^l|JI������#M*W*'f  jH-MJJjj'  mmm jti~-\ e i-wi-*-*-������������������i'"-,fc-.l-,������W    ���������    * fVt^J^^-]JC*li*'A'V^friW4iiL.  L^U?^ ���������?>���������/*������  I**  an  "^   M  tr"  j/i  :->  Iv  ,1-     ^  THE   CREStOK' REVIEW,    CEESTON^   B. C,  w  Bf  FRED  M.  WHITE  IX������NDON  WABo4 ������.���������������&������ & CO., t-TfemsI?  8������macters  i  :*(>  Wti  1 "Ws'''  t Cor. tin acd)  CHAPTER XXVII,  Driving  it  Home.  Copley sat at the breakfast table  waiting for Foster to come down. He  had glanced impatiently through his  letters, none of which appeared to be  particularly interesting. Then he  picked up a repulsive-looking envelope  that lay by the side of his plate.-The  envelope was. greasy asd forbidding?  though the handwriting upon it was  fairly neat and clear if a trifle unsteady. Copley was on the' poist of  pitching it into the fire* feeling pretty  sure it was something in the nature  of a begging epistle, when he changed  his mind and opened it,  "'Dear Sir;" it ran, "I was on the  Downs this morning and saw the trial  ��������� ���������*���������      >.-r.c?      eT.00 ���������>'������,������*      +*\  -.roll   iAfifiiir   lact  night. Sir George's head man thought  it was a dead secret, but I had had it  from a sure quarter and I saw the  race between ?the Blenheim colt and  another at half-past'seven? The colt  wasquite stale and,'if I am any judge.  of such matters, I think it will take  all their time to wind him ui> for the  Guineas. I thought you would like to  know this? because, properly handled,  there is money In it.   Perhaps it may  "?-.--- -3----.-^->-"K n, A*-T-5t---!-��������� ���������-���������������>? r.**ta tn. TOAA tho  A/*5     nw.u.   v.    ... ij^t#v������.*������.���������    -w.-    -----    ������������---     ..^sv  next time we meet."  There was no signature to this docui  ment, but Copley guessed where it  came.from. He rose from the table  and Btood "or a while thinking this  over.    He was beginning to see his  ���������-j-������������������ -j;-r=ttV ClcS.r1*'      rT"h*vi-o -w������a mnnpv  ���������*"* *^ J      Mr     ******* j      ^* m-^*^^^ m ^j. ��������� ^   ~^ ���������-^.  ^-       .--*_-��������� ���������������.  !a the - tidings^' but not in the way-  hinted at by Chaffey.  "Anything fresh?" Foster asked, as  he attacked his breakfast with zest  "You look rather pleased about something."  -  "vyeii, I am,"  Copley  said with, a  sinister    smile  he  found  it hard to  conceal.    "I've    got    something here  that looks like good  business if we  can  only hold  on  a bit  longer.     As  you know, we don't quite agree as to  how   Sir  George  Haredale   is  to   be  handled.   If I went to him boldly and  told  him  that  he  must  scratch   the  Blenheim colt, do you think he-would  consent if he saw 3 was in earnest?  My opinion is he would kick me out  Bf the. house.  But there   is  another  way of -working it, and for the hint  I  have to  thank ��������� Chaffey  of all ������������������ the  people in the world.    Here is a note  from him."  "Wants more money,"  Foster said  with his mouth full.  "Not for the moment, at any'.rate.  [   He thinks his information is worth a  prospective    Aver.    As   a   matter  of  .   fact, it is invaluable.    You know he  told us last night that he wasn't going, .away till he witnessed a trial this  morning.   He has seen it and this letter gives  me  the result.    The  trial  was that of the Blenheim colt, which  seems to  have pulled  blowing hard.  ���������Chaffey says it will take them all their  time to get him fit for the Guineas,  even If they manage to do that. Chaffey is probably in town by now and  has no doubt, sold his information to  '  some smart bookmaker.   By this time  tomorrow the Blenheim colt will be  knocked out. of the betting, and one.  will    be  able  to  get  any   price  ono  ���������*   likes.    When    this    becomes  public  property Sir George will be justified'  In scratching tho noil,    Ho could  nay  ,t  ihe had no hopec now of winning the  Derby, and baa taken this step solely  on  behalf  of  the  public.    Everyone'  will, believe him.    No questions will  be aHked, and his conduct will be regarded   as   moat   sportsmanlike.    Do  you seo what 1 am driving;at?"  "By .love!" Foster exclaimed. "That  ., is really smart of } ou.     As Sir George  backed  his- colt  at  long   prices   the  , r. money loss will be small.      Vou can  1 ������ arrange as to the money -sir '..corsra  BlA-.orQe. xrr.���������   and directly the pen Is put  e  t.olt's mv.ne  we r'lali  be  of    a    bundled    thousand  j pounds.    It isn't s>o mvoh as we ex-  jpected, but we shall be aijble to diaw  .the money during the next few days,  iand then ho, in a. position,to  cairy  on a war against tbt, bookmakers t 11  we  have made as much as ve like.  /Things are entiiely    in your    hands.  You  have  only   to   put  it  plainly  to  Sir George and offer to    cancel    his  mortgage and-.the thing is done He'll  ifall  iu  with your ^suggestion  readily.  He only wants the excise to get out.  You'U want to handle mui carefully,  ot  course.      But  every  man  hab his  price,   and   I   don't   believe   Haredale  is any exception to the rule."  "I'll do it todav." CoDlev muttered.  "That's right," Foster &aid appjov-  ingly, "there's nothing like stnkiug  wnile the iron is hot. But it I wtre  you I'd run up to town this morning  and give Absalom, & Co. a hint to  put, the screw on. without, delay. What  you have to do is thoroughly to  frighten Sir George, who will probably  send for you, and see if he can't arrange terms. We had better motor  to London at once. It might be as  well, to get Absalom's pebple to send  a man down this "att^rne'eu to let Sir  George know that business ..*-���������?meant;  By the time we get b^ck this evening there \v������ll be a potti from Sir  G ebrge asking you to go over and s >e.  him If not, f am no prophet."  On,  the   best  of  terms  with 'them  's selves the conspirators started for  London half an hour later,  and        before eleven        o'clock  Copley was closeted with tbe  prin������4i>iil of tbe well-known Financial  house of Absalom & Co. Apparently  the interview was to his satisfaction,  for lie soon made hi*, way to the Post j ^  Club. Foster joined him at lunch, i >  and up to four o'clock they anui&������4  themselves by making small wager-  on the day's racing. Soon after tivo  one of the waiters came into -iho  smoking-room and informed Copley  that a gentleman was waiting to see  him..  He went downstairs to find Mr- Absalom in the anteroom. Th*> flatten  smiled as he heard the clicking of the  macliines.  "lx������ you do anyUiins la tliat way?"  Copley asked.  "Not I." the visitor laughed- "I  leave that to^the fools that have more  money than ieuse. IE there were no  such thing -is a horse or a bet I  should be deprived of mine-tenths of \  my clients, and instead of. being a  rich man, I should be hard put to it  to obtain a living. So the sport hae  all ray sympathy. Bat I didn't come  here to discuss racing. - I want to  speak to you abojit Sir, George Haredale. I sent my toanay^rYdowhto  see: him.*"     V'������������������"''X'ti'i'   Z;, <yZ."':���������.��������� '.  "Go on."  Copley said    Impatiently,  .^^^^^^^^���������������^^t^^^^^������^>^^<^^*^  SUITS FOR MEN AKP  YOUNG MEN.  BRODEKICK'S SERVICE  possesses an unusual opportunity to those that,  have a desire to be, and  an appreciation of, being  well dressed. The .matter  of detail is what make3  Broderi'ck's service different from the ordinary  ���������'long distance" tailoring.  All of Broderick's suits  are designed without reference to the question of  price. Our clothes are  made in our own workshop, under our own-  supervision and out of  materials of.our own importation, and are guaranteed to be just as represented.  Broderick's styles are^ as  the result >f catering to  the most discriminating  and critical of Toronto's  good dressers, the accepted standard of Toronto's  stylos, just as the values  have . coia-e-"to be 'act-e^ted  as the standard of Toronto values.  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"Oh,  you  must  cater to  the  tired  uusineas man."  "Why     must the   liboretto   be   in  words of one syllable?" ���������  "You  see,  we cater to    tho    tired  business man."  "No doubt that accounts for  !hes������*  feeble  plots." '  "Yes, we cater to the tired business  man"  But   does   the   tired   business   ms������n  et all this consideration when ho  goes to the bail park? No, he s-uts  on the hard be������*?be������ and roots like  the rest of us. The Tired Business  >4an is a myth.  ^m-Aiifvef1  ���������*  ���������  a  1  this renowned and effective remedy.     Beecham's  ������  T>:iio  Jt   JIJ19  will help your digestion, regulate your bowels, L  stimulate your liver. Kcuuuches, backaches, lassi- a)  tude, and nervous depression* ���������will trouble you less and  I  less sffcer you take at times���������whenever there is need���������  rlshlss is tstsls Si-"- --s>vu s t j k_ * i*-������ .!._:  ���������botua M ������ur������ to r������ad the spacIsiI ������Ut*eeUo.ui w>Ui mvmrg tio������.  Sold 43Ter7vrAte������a,. En beis**, 2Bc  yBrnVm i^\mm^mr.>- smite  UMITED  Dept.  K  i oronto  ^anaaa  I  %^^A/'^V**^*/^^**A������^>������>^',*4,<*>A*^^*'*>V*>A>>A������>V  GAME   OF   CHESS   TYPIFIES   LIFE  it is impossible to; state just when  and where chess was born. Back we  may go in the ages, ������jnd we still find  it existing. We see it painted Ou  the Egyptian vases, and we find it in  the Ghinese books Of wisdom. It  has been ascribed to all sorts of birthplaces, its creator    having    been    at  "Oh, -I wont -: detain'you longer than  I can help.      My manager    saw    Sir (    George and had a long conversation j times a man, at times a god. ^.otmns  ~ith him 'P������ ���������"���������"-������������������'������������������* 'iQ-~un������������d *������ "be I positive .is known about it, yet-the  high and'migntv at "first, "but" we soon | greatest probabilities seem to point.  changed all that.   ��������� ��������� w������ -was verv anx- to its having conie.-.from the East. It  Ii'.������.'  Ml^l-IMftlJRjflRSE  ^-G&l^::';t^iii;~Y  ' i-mun (w rtw'lop* a Hpailn Curb, siiitint.   1  lUSffcom' or my ol!l������r larn-.n-.������n���������.loii'f tlslt -,*j  lAslna  Wm  t*ir������������it*h nni(l������-.i ��������� 'l���������i> I   run  )���������������������  . ������si[rs,t ��������� rl.li tiy nniKiriio.iiiii.u witn \u>lQ������������������������n  MavsdLM���������itan't p������r ������ big vaUrHuvry bill.   UM  KendalFs Spavin Cure  ���������nd ������*4>*������ It qiilrkli������ nd mtAf wlfftoiit t IMI ���������������tn������������lr;  HmuI whsl W. W, llr.iwi, o(i>nUi,t. A>t������w *������rtl*���������������  ,   "iliiva ifcail jiurMp������������lrii:iir������fw5,������irtiwi������llrJitti  4.,���������it'l''t''l7 ttjrrM  fjin ������.,*..t*i mfViAiM of ralU*  Mid bpiliilH s,i|i| Motrins ui bprws.   f -���������-��������������������������� ������������������  car*. wlirtM>������^t I* i< f������iihfii!!r ���������*VfH"l  He was very anx  ious to know why you had transferred  your debt to us, and we told him, of  course, that you were engaged in very  big speculations which called for all  the ready capital you could lay your  hands upon. , "We also hinted that  we were rinding money tight, and  gave him to jknpw that unless ���������.e  cash was paid within a week, we  should have to avail ourselves of our  rights and place a man in possession  at Haredale Pafk. That rather  knocked- the old gentleman off his  balance. My manager said he was  quite civil after -.that and Intimated  his intention to do., everything he  could. But at the same time, he appears to be very much annoyed with  you. He thinks you have not treated  him fairly and seems. to hope tnat.  when lie has seen you he can arrango  matters. , Of course, he hasn't tne  least idea that we are merely dummies, so if you change your mind you  can, telephone to us and we wiii sit  tignt. He said he expected to see  you this evening."  Copley ' nodded approvingly- There  was no. need for hurry, for he knew  that the longer Sir George Haredale  thought over the matter, the more  likely ho was to yield ln the end  After thanking Absalom, who went hla  way, ho sent for Poster.  "It's all right," he said when the  latter, came downstairs, "Absalom's  people have seen Sir George and have  left him in a state of .blue -funk. 1  think the best thing we can do ia to  let liim think It over ��������� for ��������� a day. or  two, tlecaust! the longer ho dwells upon the prospect before him the move  lilcoly ho will bo to listmi to nny  terms'I 'choose to offer.' ' But wo can  tain, this over after -dinner. Lefa  get back to Seton Manor as soon us  possible-' By tho "way, I suppoRG you  have dealt, villi thos,' commissions.  Did you iiiiiniiiri* to lay any money a-  gainst tin? Blenheim colt to advantage?     And has it leaked out' yet?"  "I ninimged to got a good .lump on."  Foster explained. "I fancy the Htory  is getting known.     According* to .ono  Catairh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ad they cannot Katie  the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blooH or constitutional disease, and la order to cur������ it you must take  iuwriiil -riEsiUcs. 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"And are they making you feel at  honie?"  "Whiles the are. and whiles they  aren't."  "Now, what do you be meaning by  that?" asked the aunt, impatiently.  Wham Vaiii* Bw-gw ������***������ OSS3*-*:  as bbss-iib   IV������I  .-B-aSW**"   n*0*SH   VOSV  Blne-  -Acts Quickly. "Trsr u. ,*or Red, Wea*v  id*-'      "  Watery Eyes and Granulated EyellCs.  Iilua*  irateil   jSooV  ia  (-aeii   Pa..->.VA^c������.      'S?nrl-.in   isn  Try Hurltrie Bye Remedy.  No Smartlngx-Feelv  Ib.  trateu Book In each Paekfege.- Koriae is>  compounded by our Oculists���������not a "Patent MeO>  Icltae"���������but used in successful J?h-*sU*iivns'Pimo*  tlce for soanj years. Now dedleatod to tbe Pub*-  12c asd sold by Druggists at SSs aad GSessrBottle-  Mutin* Bye Seayein Asoptio Tubes.'S& aoiJiMs,  Murine Ey������ Remedy Go^ ���������6lnlosg&  \m m mm tqhsother a������d chsls.  ���������* Maa. *W-taTfl6ow*j������ gooy-ama esatw fcas   seed for anx SIXTY YBARSby MlX^ONS i  SZCTHKaS ios tieir C2IV&51S1-I- VTSSulS  TSKTHING, ������*������*h P������swt������c Rncewiw wi  aOOTHBS the CHI-CD, SOFlKKa the OtnCaV  AXXAYS sU PAIN: CURBS WIND COXJC. *U������*  A weal " ������3aid Tihblp   "thpv havo na i *��������� *he be*t ������m<ay for DIASUtHtEA.   K tt aa*  a Yveei,    ^lttJ-J������Q^' ,_.tlfe)   ,,av? na ! ���������ohrtelr bsmnlctlsi: * Be sore and ask for "Hni  asked  me  to  gang  \rat      hut    Ion*    -nlo-V,*-  t'  kirk wi'  their j win-now's soottiiae syrup," aad tsd&t no oUMs**  ,*\cv   wjii,*   ^.^    n,t> i 4eial4JL    ^Cf������������Mtv^wmbia a* ftMn*ft*.A*n  a grand quarrel they were having, all  the three o' them, wi' me takking the  dishes off o' tho table, ji3t as if I  had been one o' the family."  may be interesting to note just a few  oi" the hypotheses surrounding its obscure birth.  John de Vigney assigned the invention  to  a    Babylonian    philosopher,  Xerxes. Leneur attributes its origin to  Chilo, the Spartan, one of the seven  sages of Greece.      Sir William Jones  ascribes the invention  of    chess    to  Mars, and feols sure it originated from  India.     Gibbons says:���������-"To admonish  kings that  are  strong  only . in  the  strength of their subjects, the same  Indians invented the- game of, chess,  which was  likewise introduced    into'  Persia during the reign pf Nushirvan.  An    Indian    philosopher    thus. describe chess:���������"It is a representative  contest, a bloodless combat,^ an image  '��������� not only of actual military operation,  but   of   that   greater   warfare   which  every  son  of  the  earth,    trom    the  cradle to the grave,    is   .continually  waging���������the battle of life.'     One sens  clearly  thnt.   even   going  bncle  to  its  birth," the  parallelism  between chess  and men' exists,    for    does    anybody  Know just when, where and how th������  first mn.iv appeared o:i earth?. '   Also,  is it -not a fact that pian's attributes  and' natures have remained unchanged throughout    centuries,    and    that  chest* was played much in. the same  way, each chessman moving in its al-  lotted manner even 5,000 years ago?  According to Carrer-a, tho principles  of chess could ho applied to the garni'  of life. The board may be considered the field of life, chequered with  .good and evil on- which man is to  play his game and bo rewarded according to his deserts. The pawns  may bo looked upon as representing  tnoBO feelings which aro first cxcltod  by circumstances and form harriers to  those stronger passions which would  he represented by tho superior plocos.  Tho castle, moving on the board In  direct, linos, represents that InnaU'  B.-'iisc of justice pervading overy human breast, which, however attacked  wlion properly maintained cannot ho  conquovod. The knight, ocoontrlc in  his movements, but regulated by fix-  fed principles of action,*.portrays thnt  The Grasping Salt  "Capt. Salt once behaved with considerable   heroism   in   a   collision   at  sea, and his company wished to pre  sent him with a gold watch. Accordingly   Salt   was   invited   to   a   board  meeting,   and   there,   in a luxurious,-  room   on   the   thirteenth   story   of   a  skyscraper, amid a thVong of millionaires  with  white  side    whiskers,    a  superb gold watch was duly present  ed to?the mariner in a neat speech.  "And how did Capt. Salt receive  that beautiful watch? He took it  in his' ,big red hand, frowned, and  said: Y '  "Where's the chain that goes with-  it?"?   v  .Getting   a   Recommendation  New Maid���������"Would you mind giving me a rikemmendation,  mum?"  Mistress���������"But you've only just  come!"  New Maid���������"But ye may not want  to give me wan when I'm lavin', mum.  ���������Answers, London.  '''���������??. "��������� .-*-."-"���������"���������-������������������.  t Wong Cough  The tiger came tdwafd me, bellowing and grunting, and when he got opposite the screen he, gave one of  those fearful coughB which only a man  who has been close to such a beast  can appreciate. It was 11 feet,long.  ���������London Standard.  ., -   Artificial Sponge  A AAV     ...������*.������������������.*^....������. v.    ^.A.    ... ������.������������.*..%..     0������*w..^c?  is u&s������u on c.je acti on Oa zinc Cuior-  ide on pure celluloise, which haB been  mixed with pure rock salt. This  mass is subjected to pressure by a  press, provided with pins which serve  to pi-srec through the mass, thus making tiny canals, looking very much  like the pores of the natural sponge.  It is mashed very thoroughly in a  weak solution of alcohol to remove the  excess of salts. This sponge swells  up with water and hardetis on drying  just like the genuine article. It is  especially adapted .for filtering drink-  ing/ water, but it can be used for all  purposes to which the natural product is applied.  DR. ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST. PR������  vato diseases and drink habit*.  Write $1 Queen East. Toronto.  GOOD AS A DOCTOR  IM THF Mm T-^K  Minard's  Liniment, the  Lumberman's  ��������� . i "��������� ��������� .   Friend.  Polite Assurance  Mr. Conductor, do you think this  tunnel is perfectly safe for our travel?"  "Don't bo afraid, madam. Our  company got you In this hole aud  we're bound to see you through."���������  Baltimore American.  Baby's- Own Tablets are as good as  a doctor in the house. They never  fail to relieve the little one from  stomach and bowel troubles, .to ex  pel worms, make teething easy and  promote healthful sleep. Concerning themvMrs. J. H. Turner, Glenora,  Ont., says: "I always recommend  Baby's Own Tablets to my friends.  T - ��������� ���������a them for a long tinre, and  And them without an equal.  They relieved baby of the feveris'1-  ness and have made her one of the  most healthy babies there is. I always keep .them' in the house and  consider' them as good as a doctor."':  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or'by mail at 25 cents a bo������i  from The Dr. Williams' M.edicinc*  Co.; Brockille, Ont.  f  ivi-etypo-i-e ooap  TrttK (SUSAN iCrs.  HOME   BYI VT>#eSL  GWe,   nch,   even        $L*M  CC.C*>S,    ..������������     iiuui       >������<���������'���������/���������>-':������i~?ff������8v..  rt,e������..nd.b������.iut!  4J������0ZM  ciy i������i,     ivoci 2S0i       ��������� - -        stainhaodsoi kettles  24 colon, will {give  any shade. Colors  10c, black: \5c. a!  youi dealer's ot  st ��������� paid with  oaklet   "How to _  Dye " horn , \J , . 107  F. L BENEDICT ft'CO. Squeal  1  1.  i  J  OH       ^���������ss������414T#w^ss������jp tfrnmaimm _ ���������syi****'      mwm-m   -*jns������ *bps**sf *��������� m������     *j������ ikimii  WUBBER  ;"S3e������R*  Tread s*Sffiy -  Step safeiy.  Effibcdt- fine pafeshsd features  of Cafe Paw Heels.     tso*  ���������-,,-. ���������.,���������-y-'- -���������-.   u ifsrovplg;    *t������*v  to |ear^.', Ea������y.f'ri y^rite, ,   E������������y- to?r<������id.   --SchWI  Childiifen   lonrrt   in ���������  Wr.ek.   : '���������'���������'.'; .���������'.,���������'. .'   '  ' ./$**��������� OO"'{oir?-'Coiuf>Ielsf"'Goiur'sti"���������"'"ti  Tincludinir Tejtt Book:?. WBlfE-.AT ONCE?    -,  ^liJ!VJBU5J>HORTHAiND-   hcmitioW  aORR.r^SPONDENCE COl.LKOE .o������V.  As a vennifugo thore Is nothing  so potent hs Mother* Graves' Worm  Extormlnator, and It can be  given to'the most'delicate child,, with*  out fear of injury to the constitution.  The man'who will try any old thing  once, Is liable-to got stung a at-'nn-  dalous number of tlmos!  TtioiiisnJ* nt oslwr boiw owixia ��������������������������� W4 iM,  hiiik ���������xTM-mrx'*.   ff,r������bnui������0 /������������������<���������< K*n<lall's  sju-rln Our* Iua> Imwh v***������ ������>-> ">'������W' i������-*4*Jl*.  ll bu Atiira.l inlllUns nf <K>ll*r������ lot  (in lo fncir dru'ifflrt--f������t ������  V\m al* iHilllaS to ln*p on bkiM. ,I1i������������  , t4������, t������,tUo���������* bolU'l fur SV   4UI  hf,������ aIa. fur tr** twwM, "Tr*������it44,a<i  UmUotm,'���������on w,iu,au..i wyi.  t-O^.     B.%8.J.Kr-**������������C������k.  lAMtsara rsUs,  V������nsuMst.  ���������frPHERSIWi  Ijnnk bettor, At better, wear  longer enrl five hatter esUUrec-  tlon than other mekee. They  ere the reenlt at Is*  yeere*  mt>-  ouinulsisil knowieUAie sun mm-  n4.H-n^# in ttiilMlne Htsrti flNmitle  tt 1*1 C **.!". !5tCS!***C*       *?       ***f!**'*,m*J"  aeelere   everywhere  In   CanaA*.  The   JOHN   McPMfcRftON   CO.,  ".Imtted,  Hamilton. Out.  uf  th������    ..���������.v.mlng    papera     tho    /'I7 j le,,ring ot'" luuior which, di'Vlallu); fion.  iu>iin   colt  bin*   gone   bncle  to  Hix   in t,     ,)on(on cour8e, sooks for    ndven-  to   one.    ,1   think   we   havo   dono   nn  much "as wo cmi.      At any rate,  tin*  monoy Ir. nr. scod a:i in our.i;iorl:i*l!*.."  At Seton Mnnor Coploy and hli-i no-  couipllcft snt down to dinner in hot \  ti*r spirits and with hellm* uppellhi  tlinn they hnd enjoyed for <tior '  time- There wns noihlnr to irou-  h!i> th<-m. Thoy' hnd ivttr������il n ljii'in*  Hum of money wltho'i, the HllHhttut  ilsli, ai'il what wit,* in ire to f!.i- point  thf-y would bn' in a position to hmu'lo  it In the course of a few days. Then  wo- a good cloiil of ������l*..*or In Copley'H  rdgar an ���������!"*? lay bu:U. In bin Hen- Hip-  ping lilt coffeo. A ironient or two  later a footman caui<i In with a nolo  on a tray. Copley smiled nn ho torn  open the envelope nnd lot Inn ted to  tin* Nfi-i/Mit lhat ho lieu*! not wnlt.  "From   tho  liaronct;*   IohIim   hi iu-  iifid.' "���������  "You've gue-ii'^d It," Copley ruplii'il.  "lie* wiintH un* to ro over .11 onci* on  moat  treportnnt   b':������*u.ei f, "  To Iki Continued  tiircs. By tho walk of the hlrihop  may bo considered tho vnlia-loiiti feel-  Ing* which io continually ������������������nwrn*il by  the moVementB of ordlnnry lire; ,tu  they never leavo tho color of tho  square they start from, they are t.ypl-  fjil of a Arm faith. Tho quoon typl-  lies unihltioii, and tho,, king,, moving  i'ijI.v one- jquarc'iifh: time, vlillo <������v>-iry  illreotlon is opon to hlH cholco, U  blulily cluiractorlatlo of prudence, He  .r.eldom mnvew unless forced, sholtnr-i  himsolf behind, and elaluiH tho sue.-  cor of justice, honor, religion and ambition.    H���������������"You aro all tho world to mo."  Hho���������"WeJl.   all   tho   world   dootm't  love a lovor this tlmo."  ",Waa her broach, of promise suit  successful?" 0  "Very. Tho jpry awarded hor  enough monoy to mako It worth Homo  man's whllo to many hor for It."���������  Detroit Proo Proas.  j'. 10     churned  .lUClR'O��������� "tfoU  Bliocdlng." ��������� ?  Prlsonor���������'I wan going for n  tor."  Judge���������"Whom had you run ovor?"  with  doc-  To tho competent*, a chanco and n  cinch ai>0 "Jntorchangoablo terms!  Getti*-.j it all  The doctor to'tt him he needed oar-'  bohydrates protehfs ������t;id- 'above all,  something nitrogenous. The t'ootor  mentioned a long list of foo^s for him  to eat. He staggered out and wabbled into a,Pent avenui rcRlaurjiiit.  "How about beefsteak?" he asked  the waiter.      "Is that nitrogenous?"  The waiter didn't know,  %��������� "Are fried   potatoes  rich    in    car-  bohy, drates o"r not?"  ��������� The waiter couldn't say. 1  "Well, I'll fix it," dftclarod the poor  man in despair, "Bring mc a large  plate of haBh."���������-Pittsburg Post,  ,ii     1 1 1 .in ****T**T* ^^-^-^^��������� ���������~-^  '     Hla Handicap  "The? greatest bandmaster I ever  know," says.LhQ man witl" the. ashes  on his vest, "was a Uttlo, sllin, bald-  headed, smooth-faced fellow named  Job iv Smith. .As a band leader he  made all these'famous ones look like  hopeless'auuuours." '    ���������  "I never board of him;1 arguos the  man with the rcvorslhlo tlo.  "Of courBO you didn't. Nor did anybody olso. Didn't I just Bay that ho  was a little, slim, .bnldod-hendod,  flindth-facdd follow and that IiIb name  ���������*as Jobi, Smith?"  *���������-  "1 wondoi*,"-musod lltllo Harry, v.'ho  was studying his Sunday school lop.  .son, "If men, will ever llvo to hd GOO  or (100 yoars bid again?",  "No, I guess not," replied his 0*  vonv-oUl Blstir. "Tho Lord tried tho  experiment onco and thoy got bo bud  ho had to dro-wri most of thorn."  Sleeping Sickness ;? ?  A French doctor, M; A, tiafont, ythtt  has been nluuyiug tli������ iiiaectsYwlilCiI  are supposed to carry sleeping ?slcfk������  noss, reports to the Biological Society  of Paris that, whilst workih*j, lrt tho  British dependencies .In.'the Indian.  British Mauritius and Reunion, his attention was called to .the reduvlidao  bugs, especially a? large bug. which  ulutckB man, and is called by'tho  uativpfi "MnunluV \ or 'Morpln.' Tho  first of these was' caught in a native  bod, where it had Just hiten a child.  Afterwards the natives found him several specimens, and In the intestinal'  canals of almost all ho found try-  panosomes, the organisms that causes  sleeping sicHnoss. Tho Sleeping:  Sickness Bulletin for April slates' that  this observation Bhmild bo of apodal  Interest for India, especially Madras,  for Dr. Donovan haB thero'.-found-au.  exactly similar forrn 01* organism in.  the Riimo hug, which ho has proved to  food on human blood.  iiessragM>������Bwr-*r'si*esiiiaBK  Chwrful  UndertaUor���������Ht'iiutlfiil day  for th������ funeral,      t*lr;    Just    enough  liri'#*-/������ to mil* the pluiiH'H.  iin, sir, iilriiH,'.  Sampllna tho l-uturo  "lie drlnlm heavily."  "I   know   It."  "Hi1 gaiublcB."  "I  inn  going to  marry him to r������-  furni him.'  "My girl, llHton to mo.     *i'r.v umi on-  ' ,      >        ������ , .      .V n 4   .������  I..' ��������� "...W... J^.. .w t~.'       !,  "What, expiuiniftilt?"  ., "Tnl'.e  In  11  weeh's  wnidilng lo do,  Now Jump   ;,,���������! M.,. |,ow you lllii- It."���������-CUieliinuti  |l'".iu;iili''i'.  KlIllNEY  V7~pi'i'iis-'''  1  W* N. U. ttUO  Where Riant Is Wrong .  i-Yciich  miliar ban hi ft heart  on the  right aldo.     Poor chap.     Ills friends  can't  ovon   say  his heart  la  in  tho  right pluco."  No Alternntlvo  Manager (to applying office boy)'.  Why did you leivvn your hist plnco?  Boy: Well, I couldn't Kit along wld  do boBs, an' ho wouldn't git out������������������  Exchange.  swmm^imm ���������*��������� ���������������e*-m in '���������si���������.mme*  Mlstioas*���������BrldKuL, do you -spoil  ovory piece of meat you cook?  Maid���������-Ob, no, muni. Bomotlnies It  com en bad from tho bulcher'tj.���������Hfti'*-  pei'ii Bazaar.  I Probably Lait  Tlttlo���������"llnrdup brought lilr. wlfo a  now machine."  Tetlie���������"Touring, tnlkliig, iowlng or  v,*������/*"hing.'"  In London  "I foar you lire losing Interest in  the caubo."  "Why?" ; (  "1 seo you constantly with a young  num." . , '  "No dangor,", doplarod tho militant  Biiffragotto, ������������������   ��������� ���������" r  "Thon ho io not your beau'-'"  "No, ho'������ a piofijfc.isIon.il bondnmnn."*  * The Call  Wlfo���������You know that Mre. Now-i;  comb mnvod In down the btrpot Mon������(  day, mo I called to-day.  Hub���������-Woli, woll! How llko poker  thin ''social giima" Is.  Wife���������How do you moan?  Hub���������"^ihy,. iu. pukt-1- Zo\t idoo Cftll  when you want to soo "Kant tho 6thor  porsoit liaB> '        ,  Tho fact that opportunity Is alwayi*-,  In a hurry doosn't -oauno hor to become reHtentfUl when Alio In gmbbod  around tho waist!  Btclln���������Do you count, whether  loves you with a daisy?    ?  nollft���������-That's too unoortaln. 1  a throe-leaved clover,  h*������  UB*  "Cnn vou 1#*nd m#������ nnninthtn-r for *������  \yhllo?"  "My dear boy, I havo nothing to  lend unlenK you would like to horro**/  HOlkJU   tHOUbltob.''���������liuWllil-Ji'tt   AlUWl'iCKHU  Eaa  >wsi  &  1  1  >'m  '1  ���������z4  KWDSS  l^iitHlliKlliM  mm  mmmm*m'i"i**imm*mmmmm  mBm 'ti������'������ti^0pssry in This Ago of Keen Com-  l&^Stt^tltlon and Great Accomplish--  P?:IsS?Ya ment  1/j^PSS?-'1':?;? "   . ' Y  (0$^M^n ther Body Falls to Su-^port the  0-i^ti0yy Brain Seek the Help of  ilGP--'-s  "K-a /%. **faf&s ���������*"%'"'-' '-  ,"4.4    \^il SkJTTXtmJlBLmU*  mti;titititii!i������i%x^ the salt of' th?  ^���������YY^Bir'au?Y":Tlre-?great? men, and    great  [Yvi^vfoitte^ of nervoua  ! YY??33!mper(ii^^  M&titi'Bht^^^takes^an'i'enormous quantity  Y??Y^r^t?braln?bf^^lShIy tensloned ner-  ''"'"' fvousYsyaieiui???^;??,^^  i^'S&Digie^ nerve force  ?S:Y?^ls"lacklhg:^tb??cbnti)ol the flow of dl-  '"SSi^stlv^muids?^:??^-:1;: little    extra    ex-  tiYvxitementisYfbllo>?ed by the* agony of  S??^aYisleenl^8'Yrd|ghtY-i   You  are   easily  s:;-���������%llrrltstbdii^andXlose^i-patiettee, yob latok  ^liheYreserve;fbrce/HWhich is necessary  |?Yj������|br?su^ on disease.  ^???iiiUhfwth^ diseases do  Y?^nbt^rli5tit;?t^^ ,and since your  M?Yj*4iBestiv^^^^m^tlls -to, supply suf-  t?Y^ClehtY������'������Airlshrhent   you   must   seek  ^3!������^rrii&y?^ such     as     Dr.  S;?;?^;Chase''s?'NefyeY-Foo  ;.:^:$?;:tTliis?;^^ Is not a nar-  i^^'^otlc-'y^^fisSfeh^he  nerves.      It  ia  ������������#f|&i^ whip,   up    tho  :YYY;aer^������^;?iio??ri������^ia^d^' effort.  'titir^titi^titi&^^^iWtyQ Food * feeds  th^  ?(l}?Yfee^leYwa^^ Dack to health  Wi0ti������liW^XS^^^J^^fi^^    the    nervous  ??<|0'E^stbniVM^ the only  ^^Sautis*^^ force  ??YYcmvbeYmad'������^ a.- bos, G  ;^^fO)i^^||^^^l?v.d6^^r^ or  EJdmjM-  ,c " 'Y-:iibxi,?'*l-Jat^:| TuiOntd'  ???Y?'?JY;..'?.YY������,?Ybr^ Z Y  ??;?4&i;3t;;;$^ "Who   dftS-  l ti 'ircribed 'A '-tiicY devil;' to^ ?. liiue   1,0115,1 c-  SYY*atibhf?in^ vaiiey.  :;-'��������� Ys:S8iid:;' :tli6;?mlii^stpr.???iY^?Y^  ??;;Yi:?..-''.TheY::dei&lSj^Yb,b round    the  Y:;^:;^iddie-.:?^th?chalhs,;-ahd:: round the  ?i:{ rarihs ?<with?cniainis Yahd? round "the legs  .^"Y^^lt^''J;������s|������^x^is^^-^ut; ^^qibsi. Jones,'  ; ;?i'?ipc*lntiil|r ;;Jtb.?^..^*vn?^-n*^ .the front row.  ^"c^^e^c^Yr**^^ yon, David  ?Y;Y.BvaHs,fei6ihtin,^ the mid-  ^������^fli#,\Ti^?v you,   and,"  x ;.?? pointing y^oY bh^Y a������Yt"he/ -back.  "John  ?^^?^i!liams?',hfec^?re*^h'':you.'''  -??���������????Aiidttheh-a-'mah^h^thfe' gallery call-  -vA^^d;::;^^ v-eii  ns  ^Y^fobsei'V-*--I^hdon'Y.Giob^??Y-YY  *��������� -As the*\ greatest. difficulty which  most-" people meet with in regard"1 to  bank notes is fbat of being 'able to  keep them, It wj.ll probably come as  aj surprise to many to learn mere are  yet others for whom tho difficulty entailed r in destroying such paper are  woll Illustrated in a very Interesting  article upoh paper destruction by the  German Imperial printer^  'The ^methods previously available  ^itere three���������burning, boiling, and pulping. In the first process It has been  found*^ that even -where a sbeo'al fu1*-  nac6 has been use������T it,has not ln������re-  onently hnooened that while the .outer parts of packets 'W������ ueBtroyeu  some of the contents w^re not evtn  singed. *   In the caso.of stamps _m  atter  was Stm ���������  Doctor said she would have, to undergo operation, but Dodd's .Kidney Pills cured her, c*.      '   '  Central Klngselear, York Co., N-B.'  ^Special)-���������"The doctor said I would  have to' undergo' an oneratlon" " So  said Mrs J. V. Goodlne, of .this place.  But she smil6d as she made the remark, for all need of tho dreaded operation had-vanished- Mrs. Goodlne  used Dodd's Kidney Pills-arid Is a  Veil woman. Given in brief and in  htr own words, Mrs. Goodine's experience is as follows: t        ,  "I   was   very   miserable   with" Kld-  \ Not fifty miles frpm^Paris is a small  rown caiiea JFroiBsy,' which la literally  run by women. , This is not because  the women are women -with views, but  simply because the town S3, a town  with needs, "and there are no men  there to-������flll tbe'no><3B" FroWsy is in  the heart of an agricultural province,  and all the on-coming' young farmers  have migrated" to' 'more" promising  lands. Only the old men remain, and  what with the plough -and the reaper  they are kept toorbusy to give'any attention to municipal affairs, much less  hold  offices.    , So  they- have. turned  do my o^w  SYlMlna^-'SiLlM Physicians  _ ^y--'??;?;?^?-??^?^^!^.^''''-^^ J  tititititi: Y:^6?^jroiy',?; saldY^neYlearued couu-  .?0'???^eA?:"3^e^rYtha5;"' you ""will tell <oe  ,??Y??^fcni^?tiie?^ii6le^truth, aid���������"  v?YYYY''OhY;A6^?lovely!" the lair -witness  ^)|Y^hterriip^dt:?5?^'Sh:Jl I be. -jllowed to  eY??^ialli^all--the?;:affe>.n'*on :��������� I want to?"  Y?Y?:?;S??;;-'"?cW)r������tten Excuses  ���������^s'-^li^te^apridB^bf'ft kindetrarten class  ?'-wasYstrlpt?in ?the matter of compell-  ti 'ingsher^charges to bring written e\-  :YcusesYf^ tho/  ha^  ^Mil^sed attehdaivceravsehooj  ??;??Afte^-valbig^S^hi^'-V'h'ch kept many  ???^:?^������i^^?yb^lhfe^^^���������^?awaJi,,' all  but one  '������������������-;:$-'������������-*W^ explanations  .���������^^Y-from^^heirSmb^h one cnllo  -.?^?j?^iis?'tbld?.t^?"^ with aim  ^?Y;??;;the"?next?'d,ay.?Y?He?;d It read:  iY"?.1.*^ iegs ai*������> i(i  ::.'Y^es-,.lbng?"aAia was- two  ���������;fRfe**-.-".'Hpf������-ri:*SK- ���������'���������}��������� :���������' :;"'.':,.':V':':'.'Y?  Z'tiZtitiyohxs. etc." **  In the second process the, papei for  destructlon,.|B placedMn iron boilers,  lye Is added and the contents then  subjected to the prolonged action  steam, As a destructive process fcr  small nuantlties this is <iultc -ffomual,  as is that of pulping, a'process ui  which the paper is cut up by rcv.dv-  lng knives in water,    -_  In "both these cases there is, however, another difficulty-*-that of disposing of the product. < It, cannot  easily be sold, it will hot pay to transport and-on hand the sodden, stodgy,  mass quickly goes bad.   (  The German Imperiol> printers  therefore decided to try o new( way���������  grinding iti up dry. " Tc this end they  Installed a forty horse-power milL  which, by a process of curling, crushing and tearing reduces the paper to  an almost powderlike form, in v*hico  it passes through a Bieve into a collecting chamber beneath -the mill  r������au*������" r.-." peeking.  This, however, was accompanied by  a veij- objectionable feature, especial  ly wheti dpsljns with gummed papev*  in the grinding. Such a dust wa*-;  created'' tfaat inougn tne workmen engaged, wore protectors, it. yet persistently filled and "blocked their eye-  and '-"���������"-'trils.  As the work of padting was on thl^  account not only unhealthy, unwillingly performed and also   uneconomical  -An��������� i.   __t���������������,.      4^ 43*.^      _~.������..~      w.r\  l7ZA*JXl,a        WQIS       AAAC*\A*?       A.W       AAAAAA       Q..U.C       ZUC  chanieal aseans of doing it.     Difficulty after difficulty arose.  '  Among such may be* mentioned tha1-  r. spiral feeder having been demise 1  it was found that tho peper wont ,  form into balls solid as blocks of  wood; which defied the efforts to move  them by the twenty horse-power motor.  The Imperii! printers, therefore am  now to be congratulated upon possessing a machine perfesit in its kind. It  takes the paper, grinds it up to any  size desired and bags it.  Finally, though the paper" in thi-*  form fetches but little on account ef  its consequent shortness of fibre, th-?  mill is -yet not only paying off the  initial outlay, but it Is also saving  some $2*i0,a year in workmen's wages.  oald have  After'using thren boxes, of Dodd's Kidney  Pills I waja all better and able to do  my haufiework. This statement Is  true, as you can easily prove "by en*'  quiring among my neighbors.*' > -" ,  Dodd's Kidney Pills cui'e the Kld-  steys, cured kidnevs strain, all! the  poisons and other causes orYdIs~efi.ee  out of the blood Thus Dodd's Kidney Pills are a natural cure for all  Kidney diseases and all ills, caused  by diseased kidneys  FORESTS   AND   WATER  Benefits of Manitoba V orft.it .."Reserve's  , To Surrounding Country"  UII*       V������������H,������7A       aUlAjVAJT       AAA  always considerably influenced by the  forests at or near the head-v/aters  of its streams.. This is one ot the  reasons Why large districts have been  set aside by the Government ot the  Dominion of Canada and many other  governments, xo be kept peruianeivt  ly as forests. '.  The soil within the forest, largely  composed  as   it is  of  decaying1'and  over the reins of village government,  chariot, steeds and all to the .-'women  The mayor is a woman and the superintendent of the railway .station is  a womnn: the mall-carrier is a" woman  ana so is the village barber. The  asrltehman is a swltchwoxnan, iand the  postmaster is a postmistress. The  telegraph messenger boy is namea  Mme Leseboro. When, a-proclamation from the'-'mayor is to be heralded abroad the drummer-boy of ,Frois?y  who is a drummer-girl, saliies forth  and sounds' a rat-tat oa her ��������� kettledrum- This city official is a sturdy  octogenarian Mme. Druhou-Marchard-  tn, who has held her post througn  wind and rain for years. The official  letter-carrier too, has'-heen in^ffice for  ten years. Her name is Mme. Dou-  bour." * '  Froissy is only five miles from Mba-  treufl, in the Department 'of the Som-  me, and almost half-way between Am-,  iens  to  the   north  and  Paris  to  the  Q  south. It is said to b������ the one civilized  ~  community in which 'wuuiwipa! ^f?ai"*e-  i������iL^jjg|i|ii������5g*  ap--  SOAR  SOFTENING ViiKTJEffiix  REMOVING   f������Alrt|f1&U  DISINFECTSNG SiNhSeP  CHOSE i S ,D ^AiN^,-Es.C������:;  SOLD   E,VJE.S:tY'WVMER������  RE-f-JSB* SUBSTITUTES  e.' * i..a  ���������.���������*- i -siosl  ->1-,4>i,_������ie  V*    lrl������J  Not Impressed  A certain gentleman who had acquired riches ratber quickly, purchased, an estate on the banks of th&  river Clyde which adjoins 'those ol  Lord Blantyre .and Sir Charles Btn--.-  Renshaw. Strolling through hu  place ,0116, day, he ^chanced to go too  far and was accosted by a burly Scot  tish garnekeeper, who in language  more forcible than polite, ordered him  off the grounds. Remonstrance only  produced more "langwldge" from the*  burly one.  "Sir,"* said  the  pompous   one,   "do  vou know who    I am?        I am    the  David Harum's    Rival. . y  There" is a shrewd oldr farmer^ 'din",  Chenango county, New York, whose  fame'for- driving a;close hoyee i&ado*  rivals that of David riaruin.  "What'^ git for that old bay,??,,,**}  friend asked him the other "day.  "Well," said the old trader, after/,  ruminating for a moment, - *''T aidn'''^  get what I cal'lated I would, hut then  I    would.*~EvenM  ��������������� "*     ���������"J**,  -!��������� ' ' > i  I hardly' cal'lated  body's Magazine.  if  -'iS*\-  A ������Sl  have been delegated entirely to wo- Fa*ol^ o| Ardgeriffl"  men. - \    *T don't care if you are the Falls Oa  Niagara/' said the gamekeeper, "ye're  Full cf Experience  Here. is a story that the movement  for good bridges has revived. A man  applied for a job in a nursery, "jjo  you know anything about grafting?"  he was asked- "Well, I'll admit that  * ! I know s-w-^thins about it." said he  decayed leaves, twigs, ana other,veg- * x*3t>w swn"B���������s a"?ouI'- u* ������������*10 "v-  Gtitlo ^dttrr acts r^M^ I0?"* f a-1' 1 wa3 county commissioner the year  sponge  in "soaking7 up   the   moisture  Ve let no many contrat:i������ ������<n ua^sss."  ���������.i*   |    ^w-Jt  saun oot o th|s."���������London Opinion.  "Have you a spare cigar about you,  old chap?"    * "      j  u   .-��������� ,$  "Certainly! But I thought you were  going to stop smoking"-    ;   ;   t r    , :  "So I,am, but not too abruptly. I've  already quit smoking my /Jwn rfiigar^���������/;  ���������Boston Transcript? '  : ! ". ~^    ' '*���������        "   ���������-*  Granite  LAST OF POWDER TRAIN HEROES  sponge  in   soaking * up  that falls.      On the other hand, the  absence of high winds within the forest does much to. prevent or  lessen  evaporation.  . The Riding Mountain and Turtle  mountain, forest reserves in Manitoba  are good examples of this fact. 11  the Riding 'Mountain reserve are th-  head-waters of the Minnedosa (Little Saskatchewan or Rapid) river, one  of the important tributaries, of the  Assmiboine from which, by- th������ way  the town of Minufuwufi Is-Taow dc'riv  ing power. On the other side of the  reserve issue many rivers, among  and Oche rivers and Edwards creek  The last named is a source of water-  supply for the town -of Dauphin.  In the ^Turtle Mountain forest re  serve are' to be found the sources of  the Pembina and'.Whit"3mud rivers, a������  well as* of many smaller /streams,  some of which lose themselves in the  prairie.  Cutting away the forest from J the  head-waters of the streams would  mean that in spring the melted snows  would iush down these water-course*  in a, torrent and be wasted, nor t������  speak of doing considerable damay:"  in  its  course,  while  in .summer  the  Kansas City Journal.  Cursory  A huntsman called on Hodge to settle for damage done by a run to  hounds, and found only Mrs. Hodge at  home.  "Has your hu&oand," ha enquired,  '"made an examination yet?"  "That  he  have,   sir,'*' replied  Xvlrs'.  tjt^a^~   -~-<4.t.   ~   ���������,5.4.__..,  iiuu^o      ������,������...*    f.    \.ISS IIS-;' ���������  "Rather a'cursory    examination,    I  "Oh, dreadful, sir! Such langwidge  I never heard���������never!" And the good  woman held up hor hands fit the bare  recollection.  I  4*r\i,i -  :3eetYdeep?*  ������������������vY?:i3xamih^ you found  4 man on tHe^treet sb'tihtoxicated he  couldn't stand' Up, i^hb-^'.? would you  ^������������������ireatv.him?���������..?Y?.? <ti;tiZ':ti  YY New Cop:ti-%. wouldn'tvti*eat him at  ??<ill.?rd think he had1 enough, and tell  ������������������'.v-himY;.ttb\go';.'h^ it off.���������  N, .New York World. ,  .Will:  "The school  malt* iu���������rrer-^--v."6A������, ;,lt ��������� ralsiit be called  both mea| and drink." .  .    Bertha:,'��������� Yen*; that's what you men  usually do ia the clrcumstauces."  '....-."Eh?" "z'i: ���������"    '   '������������������ ?"'������������������"���������.-���������������������������" ���������  ���������(���������Meet and drlnk;������������ ;  Little Marjr was in the habit of post  iug -*��������� o"  mother's _ letters   in   the  pillar dox    One day' a friend called and  asked the child's mother 'what Mary  was going to be when  she grew up,  "Oh," said the mother, "I <**>" *V  and get her into the Post Office."  "Oh, mums," cried the liorrified  child, "I should never be. able to get  in there!"  stream  beds   would  be  almost   dried  up.  Thus not,only would the streams be  deprived of any possible value in producing power, but their value to the  soli3 of,the farming dstricts in keeping up a steady supply of moisture  would -be niuph lessoned, if not alto-*  gethor' destroyed.  0llilS?KING  iliKr1(5NEY  ,    Tho oil  business when    properly  ���������2i4nB������?-?-' I*, *?* k m?8t P<Wtable  ���������also ths -ruifest    business > In    the'  .world, The reti-rne from it:.' are  ���������'. Wuohjaraer ������rtd--qulok*r than iil,o?e>  uftorded by any other lino ot bus.  InoBs. ��������� ��������� .,..t . i ,.������������������,        . ,,,,, ���������������������������  ',-' v Tho - 'fnrmor  produopM  from! ono  to- .two  -hi-opR , por   yoar,   unit... Mh  ,  protltH   nro   nt, tho   mercy   of   Liny I  1a55P"B    ������������������.''���������PvoduolniT oil wollH givo  ONIfl    crai>    mioh ���������- and      KVJ3UY  .DAY,   una   row . uro. tho   cutiihtro-  phlen that  gnu  haiiu  a ������itudui'ln������  oil., .property  or -Impair' Un  value. "  1... -, T;ho   merchant    artd  ; innhui'������i>?-  ��������� turor mutit  continually  ruM'v   bin  ,  :hii1oh  In  orrtoi* to pi'������V(>nt  rhhiouH1  dopi'oolntlon   In the, vnluo   of  \m'  Hoods,  on  account of noauonH find  fniMhlon.    Not,    mv  with    oil    utori-il'  Hafo   In   thu   Kround,   It  -01111   wait  tho  pan������iln������*  of    a  pnnlc.    TIMEI  .tomlH  nlwnye  to   Inoronurt itn vnl.  110 as tho demand for oil and oil  produotsi  In  oonntantlv  nxmvi'itr. ���������  Thp .boat that 'ch'n ho h'opoa for  ' from pioitt  llnoii  of  buflhicwti  In  a  profit of. from thrtrn to ton jH'i-  , cent, per your,  whllo tlio oil pro-  dlKilmt hUMlnonH KAUNH and  ��������� PAYH this or a nrroatoi' por cunt."  EACH   AND   EVEfW   MONTH  Tli(.    ���������vrft\nrti>i'M     rui     ".-"onipunv.  now oriranUod whl iluvolop m������U 011-  f-rato for oil upon Hh Iminn lonntod  'JiiMt   '.'���������������   mill**"   fvon   T,<-i������   An*r<*l**it.  Tho 'MoAndrirs.'OSl Co. aro fortun-  '.ate'In seoui'lnK..40 n'orou of tho brtHt  prortuclntr oil torrHory In Callforn-  ���������ft���������Tho Tn'ullertan OU Holds.     ,   .:������������������  The   McAndere   Oil    Company Is  eapltalixed At 9700,000.    Fully paid  and non-aeeessable.  ti I WILL SELL  McAndera Oil -itock at   30   cents  ��������� naro iu <i,iM,uuiMia |juia.i,mi.ui ������.  WrUu now fo. liiUiti mili PfOO-,  pectus.  K. K. ALBERT  70J.70B MoArthur illda.  , ,     vmi'ir.irA.u,   mi4"������,i..  iihhhhbIb eisasasesJSMesHMMssMSaisssHssisiHsesiiMSHa  Crew That Took Ammunition to Un-  ton Forces at. Antletam  With the death of Jeremiah C. Donovan, marble and granite cutter, bh*  list of those who* helped save th ���������  North f'-om invasion in 1S62 byJtakinc  a powder train through to Antletam,  has lost its name.  Gen. 'McClellan was fighting desperately against Lee's combined forces  on the field of Antletam when he discovered that powder was scarce, so  that ho could not use his heavy artillery against the Confederate forces.  McClellan telegraphed to Washington  that he must have powder at once.  A trainload of explosives was hastened to Bridgeport, Pa��������� and the Cumberland Valley Railroad was re*"--*-  ed to carry It over its ltfie to Antle-  tair^ Volunteors were sought to run  the engipe.  "I'll tal;6 It to Antletam or to boll!"  raid .Toe Miller, engineer, as he stepped to the throttle  With the tracks clear for a stretch  Of seventy eight miles between the  SUBquehauna and the Potomac Joe  Miller and hie 01 ow made record tunc,  with only two stops. When the  tVaip reached Chambershurg the ������������le  boxes wore ablive, atid Jernmlnh Donovan, then it yeais old, cllnihel  aboard and volunteered his sor\Ues.  Hb valnlv tried to keep the axle boxes  cool during the a"purt to tfagci'stown,  eight miles frdm Antletam. II ' resembled a train of lire and <smokef a>lj<eep Mlnard'o Liniment in the house.  it pulled Into the Maryland clty^ Y^ -^^.������������������^    - : ^���������-^���������  'The powder saved the day fbrYMc-  Clollah, iind placed the crew of the  powder train On the unrecorded 'roll  of the heroes of Antletam. Donovan  vauw tho only survivor. He was ������  natlvo of GluimhoiBburg,!and camp ti  Regarded as one of the most potent compounds ever Introduced with  which to combat all summer complaints and inflammation of the bowels, , Dr. D. J. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial has won for itself a reputation that no other cordial for the  purpose can aspire to. For ���������young  or old suffering from thefee complaints  h i������ the best medicine that can be  procured."  mK������.     .... II...., v.     l*Tir.ct  A   ..AJ        H.,.,,1.,1  Longest Span Bridge  It is claimed for the' new double-  deck bridge which is now nearly completed across the Missouri river at  Kansas City that.it is the, longest  span riveted bridge as yet constructed, the length of the main span being 425 feet The striking novelty  of the structure is1 the fact that tne  iowei platform can be raised against  the floor by means of power-operated  cables, drums and concrete counterweights. The vertical travel of the  platform Is 4G feet, and it Is raised  and lowered by two 250 horse-power  motors.  of the Gr?.nd  Trunk Pacific in western Cat3.In ^:e  boir-g increased about 10 mlels In  length each day at tho pre*rii! t ms  and, with tlie arrival in loss than a  week of two moro pionoerb, this uite  of progress will be doubled which  IHP01" that, with tho pioneers wi.rh-  iug steadily night and day, tho company will build 120 miles of track  in a wook. Telegraph lines are bo  Ins h������pt well up with the construction.  Philosophy by Post  . There was once a man iwho had a  great scheme of philosphy to propound ��������� He became so engrossed' in  his idea that he allowed his hair to  flourish unrestrained, wore out-of-date  clothlnfi and generally went around In  ft slipshod manner,  "Humph!" said those whb' heard  this. "He is only poping. He ,does-  n't mean what he says."  So ho had his hair cut and acquired  clothing of the latest style and pat  tern. Having remodelled himself  thus, once more ho started forthv to  bpread his now "doctrine.  "Humph!" said thp��������� same people,  '���������He Is only bluffing. He doesn't know  what ho ia talklnc about."  JLA.SJt'JL   Y  ^���������k7^^/JLr:r^^*  SpecTally Prepared' for use on  rsapsrs, lsindei'8 ������!���������**! frhfesliei's -l     ..>���������***,  A  short cut  oil   possessing   great  durability.   Admirably*"  adapted for us>e on  a!! farm  ���������rhsahinery.    it reduces friction  and  wear to  the ���������minimum  and  is not affected by  moisture or ohanyc" of ciimatCr t Y .. ,'      -  Is the best  axle   grease  you  can  get for  your tractors.  -  Saves wear, saves power, saves    fuel. ' Never    rubs,' off;  Never gums.  'it , ���������     i.  Capital Cylinder OH. The very best oil for steam plants on  the farm.  Lasts  longer  and gets 'more power*, from the ,  engine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes; costs  less in the end.        <.���������<-    ���������������- ~- -������^~^^v. ^^,.^^ >t. ^.  Atlantic Red Engine OH. A medium "bodied oil, strongly  recommended" for slow arid* medium t speed' engines and  machinery.     Eases the bearings and lightens the load.  i*~ *   '   ���������*  Standard-Gas Engine'Oil gives the best' lubrication "'p'os-1'  sible, alike in kerosene, gasoline1 and- gast engines. Keeps  its body at high temperatures.     Equally1 good [for all ex- *  ternal bearings. , ,  , ,   ,j"   ,.< ���������  Siher Star Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine Gasoline '  Ask your dealers, or write to any Agency.  i-fl'Tm  ���������<V%  m\  m  t.  (I  iu  vmoaaam  WILL BUY TBE.PLANS AND  C      SPECIFICATIONS FOR  THIS COMFORTABLE HOME  Carlisle thirty sqven years ago nnd  CiitabllBliod u murblo yard there.--  Philiidelphlh, North Ainorlcnu.  ,., ywsww���������suwi'  ������'������������������������������������������������������i���������������������������!���������*������������������> |  ?��������� , ;' .How It Struck Him ���������  . ��������� Oh one occaBlori when lid wan called upon.tb respond to, a tomst at a  banquet a local professor Compared ,  tho ovonlng with tho dull arid drab  ninth1" ,v w-^ forcoil to apond porlug  over hlu h6olis. "It makes-me thlnlc  of tho.lltttb. son of a friend of mine."  suid tl-Jo .profeasor. :Ono Summer  ho waa takbn iu tho cIiour for the  first tlmo hy hlw fluting father. Who t  ho rotimied, ronnd-oyod and all hut  npopletlp.'Jvlth dollght, his mother i\������*U*  ed him how ho liked the? olrcu������.  'Mother,' said my friend's little boy,.  Mf yon or***** rrb to thoolrous with mo,  you'll never want to fool away Uim*  on obuich work again."  ^Tlio vblco thai liTcryin' Ih tho wll;  demoss thl* day. an* tlmo Is advortls*  l*ag..r������(il:''entato*--rtital(ln' off mapBlons  on earth; an' if tho volno Im only imul  enouKli, It's ������uro to catch tho, crowd.  ���������Atlanta'.Constitution,;' ������ ; ���������   ?  "Paini," riuerkod B-yearold Geori,,o,  "when two people aro inarrtou aro. tnvy  Inado'onor' ".'?''  "Yen, my boy," answered his fath.  or,  "Which one?" continued the Hnmll  lnformutlun aookor.  Impudent Jack  ,Delle���������I don't Bpeak to . Jaclt;   any  more.." "?'. '';���������"'-  Nolle���������What's ,the troublo?    ���������  Dollo���������I told him the ladle-"*' aid ar'  proved the way T dressed my hair,  oxid he had the Impudence td ask if  It'-'was" ratified; '  THE ACJJTE PAIN  FROM NEURALGIA  ��������� <������  .������,������������   ih*   TTrtHftr*   eifufom      It  , r Explained It.  First llttle*dnnooont; "I wondor why  they onll notices in ehuroh bf people  about to, be married ^putting- up tno  bans? What are tho bans?"  Second Uttlo lhriocent (confidently)  "Short for ���������huMhuns,' of coiuiiu, dear.  After marrlngofi, <*fon know, they're  put. down.,'!.        .."..-'���������  *���������;        I  *'.^S    .'������������������>     - '���������      .       ���������'.   ..  . ���������,. i..,,,.,, ',,������������������. , ,'  ������������������.",. , ,  : ,   -Rougl* on Reggie   '  "Oh,  tny    dear!"    guahod    Covllo,  "Havo you heard about Maud's hard  hick?"1' ' '���������'  "' 'ti .."'.:.'"  .^No, ���������    What Is ,It?".i'^od Mai-d'B  bosom friend, with glee.  "alio took Hv/'Hh''������ oiiKay'uiiH'iit. ring  back to tho Jowo1oi*'b to bo valued. Oh,  prior Mnudte!"  ���������''Woll; that's nothing!'' Buborod the  other. "I alway������ .do that."  "Vos,  but  tlio  Jowolor  rofusod  to  givo it back to hor.   Ho aald Regule  hadn't paid for ���������it"  etr������te0y..bo������i th������ Trick  "A roan at tho.door has que of those  Hy������ny'.ului."'.*'il,,������,|*'������������i,**������''''':  "Don't llnton to him.'?  "But thin rioemu.uU right."  "What Is It?"  "It's a preparation to put on a convenient place In    tho   houao   which  . .,      .. *....������������.! I.:.... 4...        ^1, -���������"-  iw-irhi-.r    thoro    to    ������l*onV  ami  Ttli  then  W* N. U. BOO  s;iportu betwoen two nillUon and throeUvury  nlgnt you  anenk up  on thorn 1 ���������������������������������������������"������������������ ���������*������������������**��������� ������������  Permanently Cured Through the Use  -:;;-;of  Dr*  Wllllatfi'aPlrik  Pills  Neuralgia   is   not   a   diseabsr���������it   Is  only1 a'symptom, but a very painful  one      It is tho surest sign that your  blood  is  weak,   watery  and   Impure,  avid' that  your.. nerves v .are ��������� ' litorally  starving.      Bad   blood * Is    the    one  oiuise���������-rgood,  rich    blood    tho    only  cure,     There you have "the real roa-  pon why t������r.    Wllllamfl'    Pink . puis  curb nonvalgln. '   Thoy are the only  modlclno  that   contains    In    eorrect  proportions   Iho' olomonta  needed   to  mako rich,  red ������������������ lood.        This    new  blood readies  tlio. Wiot, of tho trou-  blo,   tjobtliOB " tho'1" "jlMiglbd    .'norvbb,  driven Rwr.yr the,   pt*������j;������;l(n{r,    stabbing,  pain  and  bracoB  up" your health   In  ether  wwti... ...Among..-.tho ���������, -sufforor������  ft'bhi' neuralgia, cured by Dr. Wil-  llams' Plnlc Pills, Is Mrs'. Chad,  llrown, Durham, Out*., who., saya?  "For months I mifferod Intensely from.  MuuiulfcUt,,. Thsi iv*." '" ���������������>' luad  aiid'fnoo nt times wnr ho great as to  bo .A-jisr.aat ^unbearable l tried two'  doctors,' and many romodloB, without finding a cure, as thero seemed  to bb ho lot-up to tho pnln. Finally,  I ^an advised to try Dr. Wllllarhri'  FlTik I'llln, and I bomon thoir use.  tBoon I found tho pains becoming  lo������s twii, attor laklug the pllln for  Homo weeks tho trouble ontlruly din-  .v,'.;;s.������; c*. ;.r.cl hv.z not "'nr<* bMh'-r**-*  mo."-  It you ������ro puffr-ring from nny bloo,l  or r.orvo troublo bet*"*' to., euro your  wolf to-day with Dr. Williams' Pink  Pill**,      You cm Hot thono pills from  frnv Y*>f.,Uf\y\n rtrnli'i   or hv m*ill  il   f"i������  contx a box,  or six  boxes  for  $2.50 | g |Af I Mkl fkl lOsT*/"*  1H  titij^jj  '.v.'..':*::'������i(|  ,.���������',('1  titim  ������������������,.,'.-,,. " '.-.I'vli'.t)  Xa������fKt*itii" Who Inttindi* bulldlnir this  ������iirnm*ir thak������ ������liin������*^iiii ti>������tilllo������.lloio������ W H j  r.iter i* tspUnrltA oppartimlty of  gotUuK d. well daalKUttd, oouyenlonUy   Htiwa       I  Aioiiin rwlth htwdiow*., ������terlor.   If our npeoinontloni *r* followail <VH\*iW/llv^*"AAfifflM  found ������g WATtn n hom������ m It 1������ poatlblato olitaln.   Iho plan or oonstruoltoa'iii       H.  Nimpl* mill civil be ������RBlly unrt������mtood. runktnt* it vary onuy to atattt,.,--iroa.c������tt, ������������t,,.,'������������.,,,,  ���������the lufttbar ������ud mill work for tUU buiWUitf from ub for ' " * ' V"  I   ������������������ .'���������,'.-��������������� iv     ',I*,,IM  -, Tl'/J  ���������j'.if "'������������������!��������� J''!,'  :YI  ��������� m  $615.00  T.o.n.tnv intxt.  ^1������������������  I  million pounds of camphor. |and swat thorn. '���������Dotioll Free i-roBO-1HrooUvllle. Out.  i  te������ %������  amam  ' UMITtOl  ������������������' .'��������� ��������� ti '   ii .'i A   ��������� *cv*|**'|  ^^^^      u       |A^.     ������,      ^^      HM^^k      s^sa 1MI  if? a is! .fcryiik 1  mmaamwamiimmtaaiKh  '������������������������ ���������!"'������������������   ������������������ Ll   - A,,,..,  ,M���������M4,^iiM.ia.i>,iM.i������ai,i,iiiliM,������>iiMi������.r������i>iii  mtiMmwmmmwimm*  iiiiiswiiiwiiiwiwiii'iiiisieMstiiiiiiwisiisist^s*^^  S������S*������S*AjSjS^Si������iS^^  .-t��������� -Hi.".  M.Y.i.iw.'iv'ii  HMMMMMM 3pY?"  Mti'titiZ:  mytititiz  9?',i'cl"'i\'.: ������������������'.  i>*_-  * -* *t.^  m*  li*; ���������  ^w'V'..,^.i,i>,wV,'y,-,.>.^^  ypa^H'^^i'&ffi''^  '.'--  it;  Ivl  si   '  It**'  >~*r:i  ���������-'���������ft-ru.*'.  -*���������,-'-'���������        'l4..^A1i'''iiB������'.*Jin.  ;' *rtr^"?l*^rArl/AT4fl''"  ,-,.v...^,..,,,.,���������.......l.,,..-^.^^.,....m.-:���������.���������1....... ���������..��������� .,���������_..,,.....,:^.K^..-.~.=-=.=  ���������--...-.:-Mv^������  ii|iM,ki,������ii������,.iMj,)������j.nni.  ill iirni ji_i_Y'?'J  ' ���������ll''"?m.rj.)i..'.|JV'i''!.'''','    '' j. m*���������E*������������������������   '      '    *. -1* ���������.'f" **������������������ ���������* ������������������������������������������ JawIiiiis"   "1','imi  ���������  PsMished every  Friday ot Creston, British Colombia, by the Cfeeston Print-  Big #a& Pablishtei:Company, Ltd.  W. B? McCi.uaE  Editor and Manager,  ^jnst, ?|������|������w is the acknowledged advertising medium of ths Oreston valley.- ������ir J  (mlatiintz in nearly one thoncand homes throughout tbe Creston' district anelj  resetting oat in a'broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rates!  ���������are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade, j  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver- j  tisements, $1 per ineh net month; other advertising 10 oents per line first issne {  .   and 6 cents per line in succeeding: weeks.   Snbsoription rates $3-00 a year in ���������  advance.   Oas eoansans are open to contributions dealing is matters of local sn-  tBr������i**- nnd the welfare of the community.    Contributions must b������ brief and  gt������gaiU4-l.  ��������� Creston  I Tlie Leading  ."VyOTJ will snake   so. mistake--  |       when you get otf the train  if .you sign the register at  tne Creston Hotel-      Travelling  ie������   will substantiate  this.    W������  There are some lads living near Creston who are doing  their best to make themselves obnoxious to travelers over  the public highways. For the; past two weeks they have  been scattering broken bottles in the roads and covering the  pieces with dust so they could sot be seen, hoping to cut the  tires ol passing automobiles* Then last Saturday. to cap  the climax of what they may call sport, they placed heavy  poles across the road and as ill fortune would have it one of  the automobiles from the Kootenay garage was badly dam-  aged by colliding with the obstruction in the dark.  Whether the boys are merely mischievous or have a  maliia for destruction, the matter should not be overlooked  for If such work is not stopped some one may be seriously  injured as would have been the case this time had the ma*  chine been running at top speed when it struck the poles.  "PFfi-ffirsr-s-ail T^nTs**** fi-s-sviTt  rsss-e a   crsrA   idea,   who  *h&  Cii i nritS  ��������� ��������� ��������� - ������������������ ������������������ ��������� ������������������ ������������������ ���������  <o *  are but it is to be hoped that ihe lads will mend tlieir ways  before legal action must be taken.  There is another thing which should be considered at  this time. One of ihe pleasures of motoring is speeding and  there is a likelyhoed that some of the Saturday night "joy"  : riding which is reportecl 4to have been going on for several  ^veeks is sot within the limit of the law. There is some  excuse for youthful offenders but grown-up m&n^ never.  ������ Hotel of the 1 ������-*������������*������--..������������.  -.*���������.������.    ,*, w  | I study  the comfort of our guests.  tjrruH'  ��������� - - ���������    aeu I The rooms are well ius  I fa manaer up-to-date*  I  Out  Guests  Cati   rAgain  Headquarters for Mining Jt������sn,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ���������S?  S?    We have i list olaced j nto stock 'a* new '. 4Ea  Lline; of Stationery, Sundries, also  Lin- |l  en, Bond and Onion Skin-writing pads  &  new bdxed Stationery, and a complete   ~  sIock: oi ju-edgers, Uasii books ' etc.,  at  WmiWsmt ..easontibl^ prices.  /���������.. jlj*   ifjLur&H -  rrop*  aanaaaam  $ tUrestofi Unig&JBook X Jo  Phoiie 51  *s.  Additidnai Locals  -A  Geo. Huscroft, while in ������Gwuepe  Ferry endeavored to mako frl������nds  with a blind cow which, was siot so  blind but sui'sue*' *"*,<������ f***%������*.*& mxn in>  . -~  ������������������~ .- ~   - - -- ���������.   %  t-KjA calrwA4A4-  FT  \l  I B  semi-reaa-f ?  QOLD M the same j>rtc������ ���������fuywliam {9  ���������-��������� CanatU-the oamo in th������ pockcu  Send for sstsple. of JJO "ifJn������'* Oim"  (erge and SI* Bilulua loaei'-^lso strte  tx>ofe. >*���������  4lu.  -^ ,     I        --���������  <7n*n������**ss*if**'  o. Fred Johnston, Senile, B. C.  A.OUC1L   X������ira,l3CiS   V3**>������C*Ji   W<W������  Jf*4^i������VV.4*i<*jr    ohvauui/u vi\WM*tikAvv^  elected member ������f parliament for Kootenay constituency by  acclamation, there being no other.*ao*m*i*n������ri������ti? H's������:*wti1'. *=~ti������  make a tour of his constituency.  The remains of the late Henvy Paf-  fard, of Queens Bay, B. C, who ������il������������d  on Jan. 3,19l2,and which, wore interred  in the Nelson cemetery, were exhumed  yesterday by the Standard Furniture  ������St I7adei-dertaking Co., and wi" bs  shipped today to Toronto, Ont., to be  buried in the family lot- beside t\ih remains of his wife at Niagara on the  Lake:* The body will be accompanied  by his son-in-law. Rev. Philio G. Hav-  *" 1 **    - fr  man   and wife   of Creston.���������Nelson  News. ,    -  A BIRD'S EYE VIEW  In the foot hills of Oreston's mountains so grand  Lives a learned, writer-up, talker-up man  He airs ail his troubles in prose for his friends,  Then he helps all his neighbors by the aid of his pen  He is good, he is right, he is almost deyine,  But the merchants and union are not nearly so fine.  They pelt him with flour mildewed in spots  That smells bod of roaches and unmentionable what note.  He does get so weary, loosing his sleep  In balancing the farmers on their own feet.  ���������"They don't know their business," just listen his toot  ������������������Not even the stand by���������the old Institute."  .And now comes the Union, with conteuance bold  ���������nd wants to buy flour, which migh*t some of it mold.  The Institute men are not at all bine  And his heart ib will break if they don't something do.  The Institute men arc a brave daring lot  If thoy just have some ono to jolt the right spot  And dictate their wishes in a smooth silvery way  For as the old saying is, "Their hair is part hay."  But they may waken up at the call of the drum  And show their dictators some real funny fun.  Their backs they may straighton, when the tired wears off  And place a back seat as a throne for their boss  Our Oreston's great future of fruit and of "flours"  Must be handled just right in these long sunny hours.  If the Union's the cure of our troubles so great  Let us all join hands before it's too late.  FAj-tmtH DO LITTLE  The members of the Presbyterian choir  had a, combine social and prsctiee at  the home of Mrs. $oott on Wednesday  evening. Everyone onjoyed themselves  to the fullest estes**!*.  Che Kootenay Garage of Creston received two automobiles yesterday, one  of whioh is the purchase of Gay Lowen-  berg, and the other of Paul Napn of  Nelson.   .  HID  Qi.li:  M ������������������ ���������  VII  s?flS.L  wit  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranoh for  sale. Close to tows sd-'oinis'* the mea-  (Iovvb and suitable for stock oi dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Beview.  avfpuap^ct  -^-^5P<9^9^999^99^^ *^?^^00������;  ^fS-&&&6-&&*'*.*'s.&&&&^  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables i  (Best equipped Livery in Town)   ''.       .   |  *Vjr XVI?       A...  I***  ������*>  "-* AH OlaUS! nf   rTTHKICviTV< onnmion  or    an,���������^-    nr.������*r>a        "-PI..,   l���������!������uf    =*-���������-!,  Ua"     riTTTTTTOQ ~*.A   DTInrxTtna 4C��������� --1 a ������_���������_ c.5j������ - --  y,       *. ��������� r~- ���������������j ������������������ "��������������������� buu uuD.    muuie ������nu pacK norses a  8| - '                                          Speciality. -          ��������� *    '           v       - ,   *  to Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  to I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  ^ at any hour of the ������iny or night.   Commercial men and lanuseekers, will  to *��������� receive prompt attention'  1W1  H. b, McCreath. Prop  ijV  Ha*  W Phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  Bos 14  WATER NOTICE  i������EIf\ft|W|1PiJ,B������*|������������4-uM sa  ^hA-W^w^wnw-M-  AlUumah rathmv late In ths season the  M������MMini>rBde Ball given under the ftnapi-  of tine Oiiffiai Cuu������.vl* L*������U?v- C������:lcl Miwiiucj pritui; Mr.  Palmer, Kriok  MKmph-oIJftywmiiwollattcnd-Ml.   The  Hall was decorated with flags  kindly  loaned by Mr*. Watsesi, which isdded  mach to Its ������������������tirpewninee.  TIM M-osio  supplied by the Italian  nmwinw ImnA wu s\k>iksN(M*iLbtod by  all and  the floor wm in ���������loeUen* iwiiAitJott for  able floor luuuugcn, uuiiouuom 2 uj. 11 ;80  that mil thaw In inaflirf* ubouitd enter fcho  march to allow the judges to doaldo the  giving of the prizes. Mies Uowurth in  Squaw oostumo reoeived 1st ladies prize  Mrs. Attridge, Kriokson, an Folly, 2nd  Owing to the scarcity of water The  Goat Mountain Waterworks Co., find it  absnlately necessary to prohibit the unnecessary use or waste of water and  hereby give notice that the hours for  sprinkling lawns or flower gardens shall  be between 7 o'clock and 9 o'clook in  the evening only.  Zn no case ^ihall t^1--* -n-afa-- *Ka aiirAwoji  for irrigating pnrposeB.Parties will also  kindly note tbat according to contract  thev are supplied With water for domestic purposes only���������should they require  it for lawns or flower gardens application must be made .to the secretarv of  the company for a permit.  Oar collector has been instructed to  act in accordance with these regulations  and- any  parsons found guilty of   ihe  A crowd of Rev. Hayman and wife's infraction of these regulations aro liable  friends were down to the train yester |t0 h*ve their water supply shut off  Mr. and Mrs. P. Andestad of Wynn-  del are parents of a son born- on the  29th. s     .���������; ��������� ���������.>:.  Vm.% ^        I   UU    ^^#81  I  Every once in awhile a good thing comes your  way, and it is simply up  to  you ' wiieher>you ^^   ���������  make it yours, or bHndlj^ pass it by/ '-    ~]  THE IsWLE OH THE DOOR" TODAY'G  sHssmHs   - ^S b&jsusitis  day to see them off on their journey  to  the Old Country.  ���������A good farm in Alberta, 70 aores  improved and 90 aores in crop.   Good  house and stable, 2 good wells.   Would  v  trade for laud near Oreston, also 42 aores  in tho town ot Konora,' Ont., wonld  also trade for land near Oroston,  apply  to tho City Bakery, Oreston, B. O. >  ���������Hon, as  Blister Brown, 1st gents prize; Frank  Simple*, Brioksoo as Folly, iind Gouts  price, Each pritso winner wan greeted  with hearty opplauso. A dainty lunch  was than served utter whioh dancing  W������K rWtt������1MiA4.'l -ninH    b-Arir,   inn,   rtll   nV">������*"   *������  M. tn.  The   oosttuues   were uumorou* and  Htilctly Hixwiklugapplo hoadt*uaittirs  ���������tftwtluf.   Anay akUMmtp wmu umum ** v������������>*������oujtun. u> im������ ���������oon.i-tu on ciuttr unu laue*  NOTICE  ���������Ml-aill* lllll II I II IIIMIIIMSMWMSSSSMN  IN THIS MATTER OF AN APPLl-  CATION for- the issue of a duplicate  Cortilloato or Title to Lots 8 and 10  Block SO Tovm Of Oruntou, Hup 60S.  NOTIOBIS-'HttRBBY GIVEN that  it is my intention to issuo at tbe expiration of ono month after tho first pub-  'loatlou hereof, a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to tho abova mentioned  lottn tho name of Obarloa Orrln Rod-  gers which Oortifioate Is dated tho and  day of April. 1009 at 0:80 A, M. nnd  numbered 10440A.  Nelson, B. C .,  A-4lyA4  IkAUy    ,11,2.  #  8am. O. L Roe,  4L/40A.-.A*Jt, r������.UI/iM|,l't������|'  What������lot of people want is not  gotiiutlifng that wjjl relievo skin uuf.  lerors, but skin genie su'fierers,  These regulations to remaip in force  until tho 31st day of August, 1912.  J. Mollaudaiue,  Creston, B. C, Seo'y.  May 16, 1012.  NOTICE  Nelson Land Dial riot-Dlstriot of West  kootenay  Take hotlne thnt I, Guy Lowenberg,  '\  ot Creston, B, 0,, occupation, tip out, in  tends to apply for pormlBfllou/ to pur  ohaso   Iho  follow lug dOBoribed lauda;  Oommonaing   nt a point on tho  cast'  bouuduiy of lot D2ijP( iAbout ������0 olmliih  north from its HouthniiAt noi'iinr, tboun^  ousterly 40 chains, sonfcli ib obiiliiH, woHt  ���������M obaino, north ^u chains woet 20ob.ii(iB  north 120 chains more or less to the point  of commencement contnlnlng  120noren  mnre ���������**? lcnn.  Guy Lowonborg,  Dated M������y 10,1013. Arr*-,","lfc  If you're wise and alive^ you'll get in on this,  while the "time is ripe,'to turn dimes into dollars  almost "overnight."   * ������  ->r  Big Lots from $200 and up  ASf^D NO BITTEREST  Just io per cent down and 5  pet   cent ;i month  gives you ownership of real   propertyHbat sliottld-  JJ dolve all your future financial problems.  Jmrnm    mmWBmX Ba JB&r  No use telliug you the details in -thi-a spacer-  it would take?this xvhole paper to do? lluj subject  justice, aud even then you   tightly would vva*it to  MAUAM LAVAL'������  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  A mcliauiaK nncivixXTon    "  TllM*> t*iii> **���������** <iUilll>i������iHliloil >vilh ilni i'fiStC'-t  Irotn tha molt vellablr -������������������--��������� - *-  ICI  " Yhty fttp ������ spoclJlc ior tlio "iliiit>aMlnu dloord������ri.  to wlilth tli-t'tomalo c'limtl'iitloii U ll������i?.e, t    _  . FrlW H ������������??*'.   -W0' * (>������"!' I������ *\iontt������t��������� tn a  V.��������� **        UAtit **  ������sl1 rl ������..i*������* ot'trfc     ���������*.*-   t.sf s***!! r������������������*^ Til* i*-**  lUvvtra-Ora-l ������������������# at* CUUlMMrlass, On*.  cur* Irotn tha most vcllablo tdniedltJ ".uuvvn to  -cinacoi ������ttCh nil juo being u������oa  ' yjll*������ lMO������t colabinteU pliyslclnup ������,.v>ni>.      .  Ttiay nrp * jipocl'lc ior t|io ill-tieiisliix ulaoravn.  So come  and see ,115-Save time nnd niako,  money  YOUl<S FOR. PHOSPjaRITY  i'u''1   '"l    'l*'"L '  '   " "-������������������-������������������"���������T"-'*"**���������������������������������������������������������* ** ********* ,,, mmwui-~m**^**mi*r^-W*mm ,\mw*m^'mm+m~**^'w^mm������m^,,m'~*[,~~>^m������~m '  ',',���������'-?' ' "    ' ' ���������' .  Dominion Stock & Bond,Corp.,  S J111 i Led : .*'..  Vancouver/     ���������'���������������������������������������������������������������'.    B* C*  ���������im.;*  5=s..  wmmamm  ��������� 1 iii.i ���������phiij.iSi ,iiA.|l������ttii,nilimniij,|iAyi.ytniiWWniMm<w,Wnii|H.���������iij.! iinIi.iwi,, .  !-  ^Oreston Valley Investment Co.,  r-ftgenis for Gresionand District.  ���������9*L ............tt*  ^ A)V \iM \>D V M v i> VAJ V ������,V';>)'-������^M...U*:VJ*y'M*^.-i1������<V^..->..'   ���������������������������"-  ������������������^���������^~-a--��������� --��������� "-"��������� u������������������-a-   ���������aan-,-..i*te..Mu.4������^.^.-.^^,:-.������i.a.  iluiuprmaM.limtJltgm  m  wms^  nwummmmwimlm  mmmtm*  itfesi^aiii-iftt.js-j^^ ���������'���������ty* f  1^ f T  a,^t" t   ^���������^,--1Aj Ju.J*J.3-2Ztf*���������*e^2i.3-        ������j i   ^. "S^-y   ->  J*t a   -^^ i   j jr.. j ���������������   xi"-T   _  r  *Mj*"tifi:i"i .""^ir .s'-S ���������������.������:���������><*.':  ���������������-"-'���������. "v..   >-'���������J*.������������������^, ,-i* "* rl- "*  i*4- .^i >tf ^-i  VH-j&iaj-.-ux-i*  v4j������, ,���������f%       AAR*;������llBlllS-B*Al4Va'l          ������  him  4",4,������    I*     ���������*  .J-",H<> _    .1   >*.>-l>     ;  -sjr- ' ��������� ~ -  I  ,*-������*  ���������L A. MYVoss^g^ ������ele*ates  ^ _   ���������* **��������� **-  rw akes Report  t * The Annual Convention of the Grand  Lodge   of British Columbia,'. Knights  o������   Pythis,   was   hold   at   Naniamo,  i  B. C.   this  year* on   the   22nd  and  23rd inst.    A large nmnlW _of dele-  .gates were in attendance from all, over  the province.  The Pythian sisters also  This Hotel Is-one of the*  best    known    and    popular  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  gjfc, | attended their  Grand Lodo-A at' the  ������5������  oGheri i������lr. Businessman!! ,/������  mm?  hii<2mp-A.Q  a mttn  li UOIl LHjU-U  111/  ���������^**a������������ >������*4Sij&^g^ ���������^*������**������-<***g> J-*J^^**ej������*������ ��������� ������*!������      .���������"���������fl***-'. a.  ��������� ^ft*," 40*'* /sjTtV'jssir* 0/0 ^^gr- gtet * j^b**      j*r *  I a  s ������**(,"������ SB B"������- *���������  vpi.irikn'i  IIHlflilll   ilMHI  4 - -Vf  ns/ryrnr/rjfjrn  aaniK piace. The mayor expended -ebe  freedom of the city to the K. P.'s -tfhb  were royaDy welcomed by the citizens.  The return*-! *o** ^������ u*3^ veB*1 ���������AivwM't  a substantial gain- in membership of  the order in tbe province and the out-  t -      ������  look for the ensuing-year is moss en*,  cc '���������r sing, Legislation was passed in  some matters which it ife hoped will be  of benefit in widening and extending  the work of the order, as a practical  and not merely theoretical fraternal  fitygatsization Ma^oy Creneral Steubert  the Deputy Supreme Chanceller, was  itt attehdence and proved to be a most  Sequent and inspiring speaker,   and  S-lSQ was of great jyj^Lsta.i������ce m Ststtlliag  some points of law who^e meanings  were in doubt.-   Sinco its'organisatior*  x.1 tt   TO'-   ���������������._-- ���������*.  ��������� _���������������  .,.-k> ������������.. f   a. ii^j������������3 .uwi-a, ig������.crttl,os. a.cviliatia.  than any other-"fraternal organization  and is now exceeded in membership  j^ | only by tbe Masons and Oddfellows  Wa\\ and it is on the Pacific coast that it  has made its greatest gains.  All members of the Wild RoseLodge  No. ������ are reinestpd to attend the  next meeting of the lodge to hear the  report of the proceedings of the Grand  Lodge. G. A. M. Young was the dele  who represented Cresten at Namiamo  and he has many -Goings of interest  and profit to report.  i    1  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  Hotels in the   Kootenays.  ���������*  Tlie dining room is' strictly  >    -        * /v  up-to-date and^ the  bar sup9  plied with only the-best brand  of goods. ���������   '  ia\x*4*ti  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF  COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., Ll_D., D.C.L., PBESlOEt*������T  ALEXANDER tAIRD, "SEmppAIs b-S^smws^S  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  R^TS -   $8,000*000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  ���������he Canadian Bank pf ConAtasrcs ������xtends to Farmers #v������ry .facility  for the transaction of their banking business includiag������the discOi**.t and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free ������f charge  on aooljcatian.  /���������ft  * % *  ���������*"*-.  ., ���������** ���������  -^,.x.  ������  si'A f r  ���������"������?������ ������������������*��������� a_  Accounts may be opened atevery branch of The Canadian Bank *?������  Commerce to be operated by- mail, and will receive the same careful  attention aj is given to all other departments of the Bank's,business.  Money may be deposited or A*ithdravv*a ;n this way as satisfactorily as  'by a personal visit to Ihe Bank. *2&\  VESCY *&* FQ1&ZE&, g&ssu-ger, Creston B^nch  Ml  ���������8ffl$%  ym  Ml I HAB USE  Wholesale  Provisions,    Produce,    Fruit  Oeiioml CohumIumIoh MurMitiiitti  j NELSOIN  r>      .'  Six New Membeirs Added  to Workers  y m  *      5  ", Six nevv ui6nibers Were added to the  Oreston Women's Christian1 Temper-  ance Union this week  through  tbe  "I j efforts of Mrs. Livingstone, provincial  secretary and organizer from Vnncout-  ver.   Two   very interesting and sne-  pessful meetings were held yesterday.  Mra, Livingston says she is encouraged  at tho who wing here.   She leaves today to Cnu.bioak where she will continue her work In the good canst!'.  The British Columbia ftiifssries Co* Ltd.; i  Of Vancouver, B.. ;        - ' |  Have just'teceixied an" So page illustrated1 |<  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., whkh_is free for  the asking to intending  planters.   *  Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson W I  at Creston, B. C.      Nj ��������� ,' ������������������   '  A TRIAL OHDER will convince th "most  critical of tlie superiority ������f our one year old  tres on three year roots. /  The Bm Gm Hurseries. G������. Lid*, \. "  7th Ave* W* WmneomWGr, Bm G*  P*S5!  BURNS'  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ��������� ������������������  SViOKEY        SE&.DS  Sow Burns' Pc.rtil.i^r���������?  And Reap D:Uai������s;  WI EBY  S&tisiie and  Harness  Repairing  * SPECIALTY  Dealer iu' big i   cla">s  poors and snoes.  Get your Wines, Liquate, *  Tobacco, Cigars,   Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, ������t the  Creztori    Wine    &  i,  Spirit Co.  S. Pdolt, Prop.  ^u  AW  V.)  M.II  fi' tliii 'lii.wfliwlri'iluli,,Ti ���������|i������-|iiJiM't-|titm Vii- 'ii' 1'i "' rrr.ui.'Z.������'^Li,x-.h^:h-^rA*^ZJ������������XlXiii  m  fg.      The   Imported Belgian StaKlon tAlVlBOUR   $  .^f'^WABR-i/'Na;31804-will.fiHiincf. iii McCrcflUi's.,  ~"  >Y.\   I^RIUAY -afternoon una ^rtiu:i-,i.>Ai  tii  .for the season.  ..V���������  t%$������ v. ��������� s if Ait *  Urr-  m  4/M  *W "4.  .J}  Call -'.'or send for .oar  New- rainplilet? which is  full or lisc'-fnl information;  (or iuuit Growers etc.  ; ~*^**:-U..:. ��������� - ---" V  P. BURNS*Go.  Umlt-sd   .-  CRESTON  ���������'������������������.'/-���������-������������������'������������������B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY-, VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  "VI���������~-!-~~ ���������"  ���������Vi**  Electric Restorer lor Men  n~ w������ &hrt**fo������������imu ff*renvm: ���������������������������  i-' "-��������� ������.- -. '���������'- " '..?������--U -i,A*,���������������������������.V^.^,^.^.^.^,^,^;'��������� I ^V^MiVoiiqifaad^^  ^S������vJW ^T-^'T^'r*'    rSr33ryT^.^.^.,������.^.������^.4^.4^'#iAW.������������#'i--ii Ivmiin-iUi^,..^'.:,:,;...,  ,, ��������� ,   .  Rev. mid Mrs. ISny Tstnrr.td Tuer.dav  from tho Conference of the Mi'ihodls*  church of British Columbia ->t Vlotori ���������.  'they report a moBtsuocuBBfulonnfeienoM  , Dr Canning general Buporleteudent,  t|\o old wnr-horse of Mi'thodlsui for  invarly ftQ years,  was preseut, ond ps.'e-  preHided at many uf Hie seuKloiifl' in 1������|k  orisn uhanioteristiu wny. He wilt mnk������������  W dour of the fon* -vVe-itoru oonforouceB  -on hl������ way baok to iho wiiBt. Y  ^ Dr, Mooro, general seoretary nl?th,<>  l^uiperanoe and Morn) Bi'fori.i MovV-  inont in tho Mothodltit Chhroh, wnn  I proHout also.   He' repbrts a subBtnuiinl  pifoj*renH In all of the virovinoefl.  ' The new presldout ot the British Co*  lumblft oooferonco for tho ensnlug year  Is Rev. G. H. Knloy nf SNirfc Sluipsou,  wUUd .ilov. Vorboa it Silllmnn was el������o.  ted HBorotury of the oouferenco for thd  'eafittlsg yea?,  Hex-? I3unday innrnlnR llev. Kby v>i\\  glvp 11 complete report nt  tho olmrch.  The etoning service has been imuounood  elsowhoro in tho pupt'i-.  'Hoy. Vrod h.   Cirpanter whoso hint  NmmlnrtnMnl', wiih   1j������II������1V.    1).. C, Will  .'cake .charge of UiuCUuroh hero In Mr.  IGby'fi plnce.   He will l������o bore with liift  sometime next woolt and will  otiotapy the pulpit oiui week from Bun-  I Nervous Debility j  sB AIIM     m\mmB*mVt9    Ms*HM"s1l' UltTl    111    JBUHttt? mm\V&mmtt$f*m\l,TZ!*   ������������STI     aiLiim.    kJA.fi    ur.jf   VL<1>1l.-'������     A    TV* ft-*     *S** ������������������  O^.NEW MKTHqu yKSSA-TWiaNT *ai aguv.> yoa-rtdjnake a rasa of  u.  UndorTtBlnQuenco Oio birala booojicb aotlvo. the blood purlttoa so that,all  ���������Imples, blotcUMaoa ulonra heal up; tho norves become strosufas stool, so t**t  orvounncBU, baBhtulneia nnd d������anondonoy diaappear; tlie eyes booomQ brleht, ttw}  aoefiiUan(Joloar,onerf*yrotorji3totlitt body, ���������������:<* tho nu>rq!,<',iihy������loiu anu mental  gyatoniflora InvictoratoT; nil driUna eoajsa���������uo fciot'������l"<**t-U rivit������ fraqri the siyutAsm,  Vou tool youvMltftmana-^toow snarrla*K> cauuet be a failure.  Don't let qunok*  and. foklra rob you ot your ham earned dollars.  tBT NO NiKMJM USED WirilOUT WUTTEN C0N3ENT  THREATENED WITH PARALYSIS  Peter B. Bumxnem relates his oxporlonoo:  ���������'I ye* tirOiiulad w: A' Korybua Debility  for many ytwi* I Iav le to ��������� iudlsomtlon  *ud e*������>������wioa la youth. I booqna vory  doHpondeni'i and tllLn't cat������ ���������whotiior.l  ���������wptked'or not, I imactood ovca*yboi"y  ���������who loolcia at -me guoiucd my, worot'  ImaslnAtlte dreams, a*/ ������jght.w������������Uonpd  ���������pondeni'i ana tiic-vi. cat������ -wnotlior.  ntod''or not,   I imactood ovca*yboi"y  Od at -me guoitecd ���������    ^ dreatns.at ������Jg - ,..  aqhe<l. had palna la the  fend? hrindg amt fwitl w������re  In the monilntr, poor armettto,  i������ lAAiaU-f, eyosTMurwdk b������jr  TWiko:  cold.  ���������wS^wwe  ���������thoilnffor* wt ln^d\thblloctqS^Ymo  |i������-<oHr^iwr������ilvAjjiA,   x OmU MU.Ukud Of  ���������mAdlal*i**a and tried many ,i}nm\(m  physlouuui, -irora an eiootrlo Belt for  ���������monttie,   but  msucivud llUw bOni*:  i^djaoed to ooiisylt.j)ra.. Vfenw.   if  > ���������., 1.1  '   \ "fat  ������������������.^"ll  1  .,-(Al'v|  'i'&tiri  ��������� ;<m  ti-M  ti'M  ���������-'.'������������������jl'l  ti^iii]  ....it'll1  ������������������v'Y  '"���������M\  ���������' *- c  ���������irtfa tnc-itti-tsir  UII  ���������-n|  ��������� ti$  and boutlnue to do ������o.  OURtS OUARANTKtD OR NO PAY  . ���������pMllUWtftMesV, ���������<.���������..,.'������������������-., 1,-c.i.   ..'. ,\i-      1   ,-.c:i,  CONSULTATION PREE. HOOKS FREE. If asail,UU*^-wrfufor������������l*s4*|*t,  maaitiorneBHi ir������siiin������iii������  Cor. Mlchltjan A\fe. ftnd Qri$w>ld St������ D������trolt, AUch,  All lettcra from CatwaamutrtWaddrt-ii-e^  to our CaBAdltin Corref*pndeuce Vamxt*  miamit- In Windao-r. Ont. If you deilre to  ���������fee n������ perpo-ftnllj* c^llnt *.������r Medical Inatltuto In Detroit at *wo SManoitreat  ���������ao |������*al������nt������ in eur Wlndrior officeei ���������wliicU are for Correipondenoe and  Jvftiwrfttory for Canadian bualuen** only, Addretm all letter* M UXkmat  PUS, KRHNEDY ������fc KENNEDY. Wln������S*er. Ont  ��������� -|(WOd-*|fftv������*������sMldr������ws.  KVMaHaaH||a|^^  STaISSaIM  Mki  tlldsfi  jj^g**|S������|j**^^fe|*rt|j*^^  IU-������B*Jl'BllMti;ji't������i  iiiiiiiUffaii  liSSlSSiHffliLifl*!)  HsIliSsllslsVi^^  ^lattj^tlfciiffliifefe'.  i.'^.^^'^fti J0tiyti  mWW;-:  -'���������.-' .*.&s.&^*i^'������*'v.^^������^^.>.i*,;'^ '..:".-'���������....'���������'"'-.j  -...iai-Aiiii'.yv  :^"21Y:^  [���������w'frtJ.f'.-.-l,*-  --'.' "viil;rf!AiK-u'**,;(.-VV-V'J-^������i  iiSriiii^^  ^���������i^r*'^^;"^  ������������������������������������''iii'V '' -''������������������"-" "';"ij' -''Y*-; ���������'''it|-n''''J-','n'r'f"i'iifir'Lri'iii'''"i in iii'' Y*" * ' i   ii'i m  T  i ��������� i   ~    -' i^iiil 'r"'iii"i'r','i'i''"r '-'"'" ���������������������������|'-��������� :"!  -���������--,"Yy. -������������������;-���������-: v-;--^il^j_^^^i^i^-.-.....r. ,--.���������.-,.���������-       I��������� - - --- ��������� ^- ������  ���������������������������...jUI..  -<* **-  I ;^hat't6 do right now  Bit Dears tlie neadvOf tfueeh.'Victorla.    *     J Macleod, Alberta     .  &fc?������ ^SL^i^i".^%^niCWHtl������i especially for the, In^rnat-  EffiSS* lilac/fcrossed-by two bands of fa <f* Iir*J���������������taS Congress Bullet-  ^������.a������-,        -fh.-   imnpr   band   bears   the       In.    Dry-Fanning. )  ���������CJfViiiiS,  Tho   upper  band   boars   tlie  "'"too   late."   while   the   lower  In   answer   to   your   inquiry   as -to , j j|\ **^^"l  k^A    *������������������    ,1-    ~������    tUr.   (o^m    ,-lwV,*    nnisr     !  i  31 lit   \.       SS=~  rjnas the value or fee "Sixpbhee." The i -what to do on the farm right now, i   ������***Too  Late"' stamp represented a tax; will say now is the time to-get busy  Bg&&������ -fee in "addition to regular postage'and work, get our seed into the Boil  s*rSij>on such letters as were received j (especially wheat), so that It will  Sr&fa late for the regular mail.  In all  - - -   a       ..  mmW^tke   maritime   cities   much   mail   is  smTi&hX   out >on   outgoing   vessels-       In  Vi-rly stamp periods a fast sailing pac-  ,J$4Vt,   or.  ih   fact,   any   sailing   vessel.  pf^'US of tea charged with the carrying  {-������;>**. the  malls.      The    heavy    regular  I4"*iail to pro by vessels or steamer on  ee.an-v specmeu <i<tv   wot, w, tcu t..i.-- --..������  Patched in wagons from the post of-  l5".|i,D some botirs before the scheduled  H&ime of sailing.      A light supplemen-  pgj&ry mail was, afterw.tris^ sent by  -jfo&Wcial messenger. The mail con-  Rested of such letters as arrived after  a^������H"<iiegiilar mail had, closed, but wore  ^%f suf5cient imporjtancQ to warrant the  W Sender in^the payment of a "too late  ,?���������*&,   which  in  Victo-ia  was  fixed   at  l JU. ^ ^ ^* urimm >         a  im .%U^^ rr*  !!!!\C>   ���������.   I  ^sixpence.      Tnis suppiemeiu.**.,  "/was   Kept  open  until   wiium   -   -   In all  be matured before the frost.  We should have done our letter  writing and studying during the "winter months. Nevertheless, I will giv-i  a few hints as to hew I work my land  io prepare a seed bed and preserve  the moisture, and also my opinions  as   regards  the   best  periods  to  sow  i*j*ci*i-ri*.i.     ���������_-,_-_,-��������������� -  We all know that practically no fall  plowing was done last year, therefore our land has either to. be plowed this spring, or just disced and drill  ed. On account of 3iich a short time  and so much work to be done, and  plowing taking longer than discing,  the question, arises: ."Is it .necessary-  Plow Every Year  am a firm believer in plowing ev  *was   ^^..^^'^^"rery >ear. except on new T  *lme of the sailing hour, the time ao- b ��������� *���������  lending   upon   the   distance   oetweeu  r?S ������rl_-_.f4?.?ne'.:":*' ta>  i^f-he  post  office  and the \ dock of (tlie  [Vessel. -     \ .   '  land which  en from it  and is not well rotted-      Land in this  Apropos  Probably got off. ^       ������������������������������������,  ������������������ ^  iV  of     certain      unfounded iss large a yield.  /charges of drunkenness    among   'th.-*  -naval   cadets  at Annapolis,    Admira'  X>ewey   at   a   ainner   in   Washington.  *&old a story about a young sailor. '  " v "The  sailor, after a long voyage,**  . he said, "went ashore iu the tropics,  h-and It being a hot dayf fie drank, in  f.������ertain tropical bars, too much  beer.  V" "As   the   sailor   lurched   under   his  j&eavy load along a palm-bordered ave-  V^iue, his captain hailed him indifenaot-  ;^iy.  here,"     the     captain     said.  condition .and clear (free trom weeds) i  could b.e disced a.couple of times and!  seeded   with  fairly   good   results, ��������� al-1 r-fui  though,  as %��������� rule,  one  does  not get | ||jj{gj|jg||{|}{|{j|[  l IiSSiiiiitBIUKlillllt  j  IIUlI.IHBllllilJillii  iiinipi  : IIIIIlIilllllLMlliM  SM;'>;������w^!:g von   were my    commander, [it   down   with   scones-  isBHB.   s~    y "L      s~^-  - , ._������������������._       i.*ir-..   iftrtsr       *fr������������s������>*tr      T*������i������������n>iis,'������ct       **  ,. v.   _ '      ������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������*��������� SIITIIBSTS I ���������������������������SI M  cnmediately atter ptowing use the  ! {j{Hj;|S{|||}|]{]I f f  pacner. the same day if possible- th? ' S        ! 1/ /  ^.n^.^.^,*.   nASA ��������� ^    n,���������n.,_M    j.1. ^     ,      .A^ .     m... . UIIIIIIIIHUilillllllllf     A, _  oOuner ai������,ei   piOw-as-,  me ubilwi*. Ttti*s i lliiinillSIHIIIillllfil /// f  is to keep the land from drying, out,! !!j!i!iillBlliljlilliflijV7������/  If vou haven't a  nacker, use a float i 'K������HlHaHIRJiflHsavfi'  it you A.aven t a uoat, use a iljsc.      A _  float is a simple affair made by bolting ; lljlHtijliWin!!  four,  five  or  six  2    x  10x14    or    16 ���������      {({{������������������������:  planks   together,   iettinsr   the   second ��������� 9  lai.   the   fii&t,   and   t>v   ou   uuiii   you i ������ir���������  get the required size.  Of   course,   if  you   lind   your   float i jjjjS||jjj|i  is not heavy enough, you can woigbt iiilllilBl  That^ your reward if you lot MOONEY'S BISCUITS take  tbe place of the bread and biscuits you bake yourself.  ,    . You'll "find MOONEYE a delightful substitute for your own  best .efforts���������the family wiii like them.   Because  9  %A*rs  sn.fi?- fr* rp^-pfi ^^uB^a  ���������ws. um jg^& -g-^ 5*^. 5 gr- *e>.4y g ������=y    b���������j-iez*- b~*������ gr"Kr,<^������"r������i*r^wiH  lvlOOl>ls^,T o renrcu i i\j\%  SODA BISCUITS  Come to you straight from the oven in the big Winnipeg factory.  They have that freshness and crispness only to be found in a  newly made biscuit. No other biscuit ������an, come to your table aa  fresh from the oven.as MOONEY'S*  jfflAmmWi  Get the big package or the sealed tin-  both of them damp proof, dust proof,  dirt proof���������and  "LET MOONEY DO  IT"  ui?:   i forgot, iIBiiniDilliiRH 51  k&kd you "met me in such a condition������not   many   xarmers   nave   srones   on *jl|j!  '-&������ vov'-c ���������������������������> nnw   what would you doitneir land; well, old iron or anythinr' glL  ''to me?"*' "    ~   ' i with weight will do.  ."Well,   sir,"     said     the     sailor.   "I i Methods of Cultivation  Wouldn't condescend to take no uotio i    Now.  as to th������ cultivation  needod j  [,?of*you at ail, sir." ? after packing or floating before driil j  ��������� ing,  all  depends on  condition ot tno \  , sou.  h������rro-������.-  -arsis   do,        it  *-dio*i>ld   h*.  ������r*������������lii-  itliytu.i\fc   to  Once More  Tbe  niiner drooned  his    pick    ar ^   ,        ...   _     .  _   . , ������.A������������v^������������..e   -���������     .^���������-���������������-      -     ���������  -   .        f^tared wiS[ buljing eyes at the y?1.'. rated  untd  no lumps  leoun  bisser j lt ^eeIUS to be the only way in which  ^Iftv- mass which a stroke of the im , taen a Ii.e,u * ^ ��������� . : 1 can have a v,*ili of my own."���������Pitt3-_  fvZmfnt h*a^^just  laid bare. " " For a;,.1: !^.a^?������_������ ������rj^^.*?*J������ ^|bii������ Fu������t  was  The Only Chance  I  thin1",  'io������*-   T'll   rn������l������-������  rnv   will.*"  If *. ery lumpy, disc, if not, the j ������������wb.y should yoii do that? You haveit/t  1     know.     but  f^Tmni'te   lie  struck     sppcchlesj  ���������   . ���������.���������_ _,��������� ��������� ���������._   ,.���������  ���������._.���������   ��������� .  1 ing anj implements after seeding that j  ���������.Then,   like   one-fone  made  he  gaze \       oX^ a3 thi3 aif-s evaroratlon, anfl ]  rforfh  a mighty shout.  S������naK������speare ana  yehvtsr  ..A man. named Ti. 3er, who had ac-  .^s.urt.1   a  inmnty  s-mui. i   ,      }eavps tho. iarid nowderv on tov    **A  mait ������am������a   *"*JBr.   wuu uau  *u-  '    His   mate  came   rumiing  from  the  ~J? ^tj ,fB K-  the i quired  considerably  more of worldly  ���������woulh of the tunnel. .?Jg  ^e WiRCI 1S  ^^  ���������  biOA   tae  goods than   erudition, decided to, build  -.      -us it?" he cried braathlesaV j       ��������� .ft    ��������� f        ..       , hpVevo!an opera house in Denver.     He spar  .. .������f-0i.ii**   v<tiip:i     tbe    other.     "Pure I . As to mf Iiri,e ol -="^*,1-~. ������  w}-?}"      ,   nn  e,^-.^*jC,  in   firrins*  it  out  with  4old r^;Tods"of "it ������������������'   " , ��������� ,S ii'S^V Y? in? t? iw 1 costTf marbTe7 anYluxurious furnish '  .   -Is   that   all?"   exclaimed   his   pan  ^Ut       Xlt^i^r 1     I Could Si   !"���������������      And as a last; word in decora-  vner   disgustedly.       "From   the   bulla* barley until the end of Mav ltions the architects decided to run a  Wrtoo   ye   were  makln*   .one     would 1?^!������^ TL^not  8%dS bv around    the    proscenium    em-  i time" I would"summer fallow.    " I pre- j belllshed with tne  names  oi lamous  ^ot only "this  >u.  f thihk ve had" dug into a tirkin   o  ^terl"���������Judge.  ti  Tom:   "I told her father that I expected to inherit several    pieces    of  ���������"property."    ''  iv -    Die:-::   "What did he sst'y?"  Tom:   "Be   said   that   deeds   speak  louder than words."  Not to be Caught  ' .Johnson is a mean man.  iv.     A favorite dodge if his is to try and  get free advice from his doctor,  bu.  the man of medicine is becoming too  [j-.tpharp for him.  ��������� Tho  other  day Johnson  rushed  at  i - hla doctor on the street  '���������Good afternoon, doctor!" he began  ���������gushingly. "By the way, l' lenow, a  main   who   is   suffering  agonies   from  -\W\iralKlu. '   At times it Is so bad he;  jajfraitly howls with the ,pain.      Whar  '/fSFdbld you do in that case?"  ���������?- "Well, l don't lenow," was the doc-  ��������� tor's prompt    reply;    "I    suppose*  I  ,,' should 'howl with pain, too."  my  oats  and  barley  the lights of literature and drama. Milbm,-  in April or the first week * Garrick. Edwin. Booth and Ihsen were  v all there, and ib tbe ^very centre-wa-  the name of William Shakespeare.-  'Taber came into the opeja ho^s<?  "You must, always be nice. t������i your  I'VfXittle playmates.'-"'  tittitin know I've got .my .lemons all  IXlrl^ht. I'm juBt boating them  |'*)m*i5und a '.it trying to tKidi them  |,\*hnt they*v(f' got to ho nice to mo, too."  ii-i-i-Detrdlt Free. I*veBS,   ...  last  w^ek  in April  of   May   and   bo  through  seeding   by-  May 15th.  Summer Fallowing  Just a "word about summer fallow.  Do not leave your summer fallow toa  late, but plow m June. By leaving;  the weeds grow they take plant food  and  moisture from   the  soil.  Be sure and treat your grain for  smut- I treat with formali at the  rate of one pound to 35 gallons of  water. I have never bad any smut,  but I treat as a preventive. If your  giain Is smutty, make your solution  stronger.  The system I follow; is to pour 4 or  5 bushels of grain in a wagon box,  sprinkle with ordinary garden sprinkler the solution over the gTain and  stir until kernels are all moist, then  shovel to the front end of the wagon  box; then another lot, and so on.  Cover up with a canvas 'for a couple  of hours, and then spread out to dry.  Haul the wagon out to tho field and  fill tho drill from tho wagon^  As I said at the beginuinfe, this is  a busy time, so goodbye.  ���������"I A  ���������  1  aswell |  B  one day for a final    inspection,    and  spotted the frieze-"  "What's the name doing up there?"  asked Taber?  "What .name?" the architect asktd.  "William Shakespeare," said Taber.  "What did William Shakespeare "ever  do for Denver? Take his name down,  and put Taber in its place."���������Washington Post. ;  "Thomas," said mother, severely,  "some one has taken a big piece of  ginger cake out of the pantry."  Tommy blushed  guiltily.  "Ob, Thomas," she exclaimed, "I  didn't think it was in you!"  "It ain't all," replied Tommy, "part  of it's In Elsie."  HISTORIC TOWN   VANISHING  ��������� v. ...  SI .v.*  A trial Treatment  of Cuticura Soap  -andOjntmentlFree  to Skin Sufferers  ti': If yoUi or someone clear tc  f}.' you, are suffering the itch-  ;*;'' ing, burning, slccp-dc&troy-  ?���������   5ng torments of eczema or  ''"' other   cruel  skin   eruption,  ���������with,, its cmbarras^ng,  unsightly disfigurement1^jf 'you  have   tried   all .-manner  of  treatment,   no   matter how"  if-    iarsh, to no avail, and have  ���������all but  given  up   hope  of  cure,"write to-day for a liberal sample of Cuticura .Soap  and Ointment.    Thousands  of   skin-tortured   sufferers,  Irom in fancy to age, have  found that the first warm  bath   with   Cuticura   Soap  and   gentle   application   oi  /"'���������������������������*ti**i** v-o        O'i^ tmnnf       l>rin*r  instant rel'i.-l, permit rest  and deep, and prove the  fust frtops in a speedy and  ������iiirrr?������������;fiil trrnlment. Ad-  drr*������*������5i " rtitlrtitn," Bent.  . ioIvi, Boston, U. S. A.  First  Capital   Being  Pulled  Down  by  Mtoslslppi  Within a few months more the last  traces of old "Kaskasla," first capItAl  of the State of Illinois and one of the  first settlements of the white man In  the  MdsslBsiiipi valley, will hav6 disappeared.      The yellow Mississippi is  steadily  pulling  down the remaining  land that was once    a part    of    th������  town site.      All that now remains Is  an  old   building  that  was once  used  ns a "smokehouse" by some of the citizens.      Houses,  powder    magazines,  stockndea nnd fortifications shave    all  slid into tho river.  Kaskasla is still on tho maps of Illinois, but tile original town Ib nt the  bottom of tho river.     Tho best efforts  fnilod to check the river's steady advances.      jV few years ago the  Kus-  knsln river, iiRually known'na the ~..t.-  uw river, bognn to cut into Its western bank a mile or so above tho point  where it Hows Into. Iho MIhbIhhIppI. At  high   water   the   flood   from   the   big  river began lonpinn a<������rofl������ tho narrow  .neck  of   land   that,   divided   tho   two  i currf-ntt*.      Finally tho  big river cut  i entirely  acro������*b tlie-Rplt of Bain.1  and  i rock that had separated the two and'  'old   Knfd'nHia became an  Island,  i    One hundred and ill'ty years ago tho  i*lu������  whoro the  flinokohouBa still lln-  goi-rt was tho aent of tho largest city  | went of tin* Allpglieny tnountnliiB.  In  U fnw nmiitlm moro iho last of tho old  town will havo Hlipped into tho river  im,I tho luhuwl. that wan cut off from  tho mainland will  itself disappear,  Knew Him by His Order  An English actor was a member  of a company snowbound ln the Sierras, while en route from California to  the East. Before their train v/as  due out bv the snow plough they had  been reduced to eating the coarse  fare of the railroad laborers and got  little enough, even of that. So that  they all had a magnificent hunger on  when the train reached a small station at which there was a restaur?  ant, and tho Englishman was the  first to find a seat at a table. '"Brlus  me In a hurry" he said to the landlord a burly Western man, "a porterhouse steak,, Borne deviled kidneys,  a brace of chops, plenty of vegetable-3  and two bottles of Bass' bitter boer''  The landlord htuck his head out of  tho dining-room door and yelled to  somebody In the rear apartment:���������  "Say, Bill, tell the band to play  ���������Rule Britannia,' the Prince of ..Wales  has conio."  ..Rub It In for Lamo Back.���������A brisk  rubbing with Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  will -have lame back. The pain  will penetrate the tissues and bring  speedy relief. Try lt and-be com  vincod. As tho linimont Blnks ln  tho pnln comen out and thoro aro  ample - groundn for Baying that it's  ioucli Ib magical, aB It Is.  -���������'Important' Feature        v  ,   -Tapa,"   says   the' little   boy,  "I'm  hungry.     Let's <go get a Bandwich.",  "After I've thought out, tills, problem. Will!*-** Don't disturb my train  of thought."  After waiting iu silence and . patience for teii minutes, tho little boy  ventures;  . npa, hasn't your train of thought  got a diner on lt?"  Sh������ Wan WilU'iu  Tho man was one of the nort tun*,  women like because of their, awk  .wardnnsH,' thoir ugliness * and their  woro too big for hla logB, though his  legs woro enormoua. Hla client wa-,  too big for IiIb hoad, though ho wore  a 7 1*8 bIho ln hatu,  Ho   waa   like  a  St.   Bernard   pup,  but older than any yountf dog,  Ho had novor boon    at    a ronului  dance boforo.      Tho glrlB looked   ...o  I ilollcnte' nowoi'H- to him, and ho hard*  Mtimrd'a  Ijlnlment  Co.,  Limited.  Gents,���������I have lined your Mluard'B  Linimont In  my  family  and  alno  In  my Btabloe for yoara and conbider It  tho beet medicine, obtainable.  ;   ���������"',   Yoiuh truly,  ALFEED ROCHAV  Proprietor  Roxton   Fond   Hotol    and  ' ���������?'       Tilvery StabloB.  Always Glrlu  "Glrla will be girls."        ti       "  "\eB, there Buema to bo no ago limit which applies to that description."  ���������Philadelphia Bulletin.  Where the Account-lij  Observing modern matrintony.  Ono cannot but rolloct 'tis funuy.  With bridge and dress  'And.social stress,  They want   Iobb    matri   and? moro  money.  In Boatdn  Ofllco Boy���������-Sir, 1 vogrot to Inrorm  you that I havo to attend the obae-  quloB of my paturnul grandparoiit.  . Kmplovor���������Poroy, you cannot do-  colvo mo. Yon nr������ omploylnir that  BUbteriugo In order lo tUleiul the oiicii*  lug of the water-oolor exhibition.���������  .liulgo.      ��������� -': ���������:'���������'.:..  ^a^������**'  ON'T think that concrete  only for building bridges, silos, walls"  and .walks; because if you do, you will *  probably overlook, ail  the  places where you  can use it nozv.  s T. L. Irving, of North Georgetown, Quebec,  used concrete for 81 different purposes on ������a13  farm in 1911.  There arc probably  at least a dozen profitable uses for concrete on your farm at the present moment.  Perhaps you haven't thought of Concrete, except for a"new barn* or.**  silo, or some other big improvement for which you aren't quite ready yet.  That's why you should read  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete  It will open your eyes to the hundreds of uses that other farmers have  found for ~this material. In plain language, and with tho  aid of many photographs. It explains just what these* uses  are, and how thoy can be applied to your farm.  Concrete can not only toe used for all the purposes to  which wood has been applied, but-also many others for  which  wood  would  never be  suitable.  It Is not only "a building material; it's a ���������"handy" -material, something that you'll grow to depend upon more  and more,  as you learn its possibilities.  So write for thla' book.    You'll And  It Un't a  catalogue,  nor an   argument for you  to  buy  our  *��������� cement.    Every one of Its 160 pages Is devoted to  telling you what farmers have done and can  do  with  concrete.  IT'S FREE FOR THE ASKING.  Your name on a postal, or in a letter,  wild bring the book to you by return  mall.    Or use the.coupon.      Address  "You  murtt not talk all  the  time,  Rthol," aald tho mother who had been  !r.tc'-rupie*1- ' '  ������������������Whin will I \>o old enough,to m.llii-  um?"  nuked' iho  llfllo  ������������������Iri,  liv  Earnest Love  m  .,,���������,,.. i   !, I..', ('hoot:: :U   hoi'  liiu.-ti       Ain't  tlmt m-swiil '"  ���������Y'"'. tut* llu-rn imvolii nro inl'tUmil-  ���������ni.;, Mttvmn. Thero ain't no oaru*  ..hi. love UK'' llmt In real llfo"  ly darod to touoh ono of them. Ho  looked to tho glrlu llko a now Idoa  ���������and thoy hoped he'd arrive.* lie  did, aftnr a minute or two. Uo wad*  dlod iici-ohs tho floor, made a stand  In front of tho llttlost girl, and wild,  moro or  Iohr  iin'<rumnintlaftlly:  "Can I dance with you?'1  Slit* wiui rat tied, nor i*iio auiiworod  with  a  amlio:  SMI!    "_"������������������**  W. N. U. 000  I  I    "Kindly return my look or natrY       |  I i"������ll     I IH.IIL. ,..,     Jl\4l������      ,.....M     v....     .......  lock or the ono you gave nm whon  "you   woro    a    blondoV"���������Wiuhlngtou  ] Herald.  "1   don't, know,  hut  I  enough   to   lot   you  Pliitndoiilor.  llko  wft..|duy  Rhe���������In a way getting married la  llko lifting tho telephone.  lie���������How bo'i*  Sho���������Ono dooH'nt nlwnyB get tho  party ono "wuntB.  They Cleanse While They Cure.���������  Tho vegetable compound of "which  Parraoloe'a Vegetable PIIIb nro eom-  poKod, nialnly danilolloii and man-  (liako, clear tho Htomaoh and lntotv  Hiio'i of doleterloiiB mnttor and re-  Hloro tho deranged organn to hoalth-  liil action. lionco thoy aro the be������u  roniody  for  liuljgontlon   nvnllnblo  to-  The Grand Trunk Pacific announcob  that a through pasBongor service between Regina and Winnipeg will be  put oh by that company ne^ct montn  It in alBO Btated that particulars  with regard to tho new Regina sta  tlon will be made pdbllc in the near  future.' A sub-station oh the north  side' of 'the city will Boon bo a necessity but no decision as to location has been reached as yet.  Wifo���������"My huBbnnd Ib not well, I'm  afraid he'll givo out."  Wifo'B Mother���������"Well, ho nifty givo  out. Ho certainly never ������l v'e'a In.���������  Town Toploa.  "GoovgoB, I'm very much worried.  Tno landlord Buya bo l������ going*to ralao  Iho ront." ��������� \   '���������  "Ib ho?; Then why do you, yrmt ;mo  to worry trying to do itY'^Wtlmpro  American..-: ���������".i ���������:���������... ���������../,?������������������ ,������,;������������������:; ��������� :. ;;.:���������;  I,,,    i iii'iniii iir.tteiii.i  l.,:  \m**A* I Uf s*������sWm������1*<������***W'*  iko you  try!"���������OlevolanJ ki,,",  t,*utll   of  thlH  iiHaertlon  and  ,4 I.Ill-     ..IO}*      I.A4      ..111.II. .,..-.,. .-.   '.'"'I  r,,^^.,.v..,>l������    in    /������,,),���������   niM    nlnrt   hlltlrlrf>il  ami soi'iy tlUjU.-'iSuKh of one xk*i* <*������������������.  of tlio populutIon of tho United Stutuu.  ���������Albany Journal.  A  trial of thtiin will oi.tablUli  do  moro to convince tho ailing than any*  thing that can bo wtvtton of thoac  I'iu,,.  WOMEN TAKE NOTICE I  A man cannot understand the torture and t*ufferln*| many women endure  unoomplainingly. If the majority of men suffered ������s ihuoh pain and endured with  p������*i*-r,<v. Hi������ wenkenini* aiakneMHes thst most women do, they would Kile for  immediate sympathy und look tor a quick cure.  Many women have been saved from * life oil misery and suffering by turnln**  to the right remedy���������Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription������������������ remedy whichils sate  tn take heoause oontalnlnrt no narcotics, alcohol or Injurious ingredients. _ It U.an  alterative extract of roots, made with pure glycerin, and ������rst given to the public*  by that lamous specialist in the diseases, ot women���������pr, R, V. Pierce, vl the  Iuvalid������MIotol and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N, Y, V  Mn������. LiKxin-M. HBMmnmitin, of Lincoln, Nob.,BS������l*0''SW  aavB; ������l s'-.nd a testimonial with much pleanuro uo thatHom**.  HulTorhiff woman may know the true worth of your remedlnji.  w ������,n������ i, o>vnfit nii-lfo'-or from fnmnU t,roubl<*D but, aftor taklnor  one bottle rf Dr. Pl**ro*,>'*' H'avorltft I'rcncrlptlou. whtcn a  frlond advised me to take, I found myj-olf very loueh Improved,  boxen o  road to recovery,  now I am cured. _   .      .        x      , ,      ^ ^,.  ������T hon������ nil wnm*n sufferlnor from female woaknow will  J    give Dr. lJlorce's Juavorito jfreocnpiiuu u t������,u iin*������.  advlaed me to take, * touna myHoii very miien im-  d.    Aluir taking tbreo���������uiore boUlcd, tu**4 twlng two  of Dr. Ploroo's Lotion Tablotu. 1 fouivS jliyuult on tho  to recovery.    I.wm In Vour h*M������Uh f������t live yoara but  No one nocil  endure tho ngftny nf |  cnniH  with Hollowuy'H  Com  Curo  ut  luutd to romovo thorn. ,  liM. UassuaiUsta.  A4VUIUI  ������ rJcrce'o Plsssss^ Pellet*" *r*f������������l*������*������ *���������������<������ l*s-A������ij#4jimit������  stotasoh, Uv-sr and bowaU.    Sugnr-oostsd, tiny fnusiilaa*    ���������  miiiiiiiiii  n  MHSHU  n-iiiiYimiiil.-'nm  gaj*jS*j������{2������jj**j*2*2j :;.SYY:Ygf?p^  (2B,ES^������2*#/'^^  ���������'���������::YiYS^j?^^  'SI  ;2*h������**������*-*-'*^  i .'S.Brjg.'iir'liSa:-.  w������ft.-w.-y,i:s..'B,������;srar8  IRI Ml  oesaion or  :/^-;5!j&!i,^^  Y-?*vylll;.;he'?a';?b^>a^?^  ?Y������hat':4'-a-a^^^  -;-.?l ri&Jght /r^tife^^  e?loth  i^'titi  Sixteen   Prominent British StataSmei  |S?Y?l:';:Y.:b^  t"?".'-.;".���������'.��������� ���������''-���������'v.''''--'. ���������?'4������''*-rAi"!':SW^  :'iaiiways''and ;it?wUl!?be,iUpY.to  ..?���������:! ind,i^te?^hM? 4l^ ft.  '��������� ?iak&:|>y:>way;;0i* ?dei/eU&eJ'-.Y;Y?~/-?Y?Y ;-?Y^  ���������.?.?^o^'-icaBeis j?::;lh^lye:??:the?:;:,: sertoii-j  ���������s'^torjie;^  ? ?^neK������lx frislght- tariff?iaaurryYthe a',--,-'  ���������'���������.'/Uirfg&tib^  Y&tibn ^ainstvWest^  :���������:':: case?/tlie: ..-ailfegatlbiiVv is?" that ?the  :-?-^'a'ys?gtiH;.:diyerim.lri  ������������������vigjha-?.3bbbei"8??in??faybi;?:'Of.?::^  Y'jbbbers?-!^  ?/classes: of ?goods?c>rrted  -???The: -^postponement ��������� of ?the Y&eheraK  Inquiry'-"by-: theiTailw^^board; -v^hen it'  :���������-.-'.-jiiet \0u?Mbnday?^as jduevtoC -toe illness  ;?'of?E;5!������eatty,i th^ chie/f?cou������WeixPi;th V  '< 'n Tl'. T5 :. '-y~i ti^i-.S^: ''t^   '^U, '-^'^..-.i-ilA^'A ��������� >, W j.:.-^j.^,..  ;.;.'.V������*J-.,.A.A..,-..,'JT AAAJ, AO     AAA, O,JA;/ AAM4> AAA W*A'  fAUVA ,.��������� AaA<1> ���������.  ���������;5:.-'Jiayye:St&^  ;Y'f������btfeeF?eo^^  /?:;that?ihpy?h^  ���������Ytuni-ty; to Jully Y:acb^alnt? themselyea  *#."?v.";E^^^  >-^-!)-i'^Y?^&^  ���������;Y?g|;|i"^^ i#i  (-vtbb/^j&ei^ijt^^ fta?;  iiot;?_been ?cbmp) led?: withj;/byY&eYraii-:  ws/yjBY/^-The'h^-resu^^^ -ti  ;iugs;i^  ���������f^iftpialhtvvWSs'?^tKat ^the ^iiMays?'did,  ri^icoriim^  ������^I;ni!n������i iohv oi*?n^  ?Y&I.r.,?Phip-p^^  ui'ss: toYsho w/:: that,.'.vthey.-''-bad"-'-reduced  jt'Kis?'������������������ rate^:?.CPhsf$erahly?''and[y\hattiZthr.  -rat'V: per teh?hH^  er? thar^-b^fore^^YY?^  YYA8sls'tawt?fchi^  the?bpard wbiiid certainlv gp>west? ;it  .waBYtRe?������'de������^  JJojirds of? Trade tht-ttliere pnotila b������i  alt������ng6YlaYilib/:?^^  ;-vp\*,?aY?ti^;^  aieaaiohs,; ^jY^th ^-advice, .of;:<theYepuri?  :%i;?!TprY;ih^^^  ^ei-ae^n?Mtingp;wpiiId nofcbe h^ceS^  a,ry,: however, ?for   the ^present; ? and:  the : next;.-move>would:?betion ?the/ pari:  pf theYrjMlwayis??who? b ad? been - asksd  :-to'-:;jusU������yYtheYer^  west;'; He rem  does hot observeYtbelegar?K61ldayB?  bu* ?will; v^rk; 'practically" all? the suih  mer.?mpntlisY' *     '���������'-���������':;Y"--Y Y::;-Y-Y.::'->y:,y,  hearing; soYover? untilYJune IS.:     He  ���������^pressed ..tiieghb  tnei railways���������would be^ prep^hg-ti) in^  dlcate'^the; j'iioei-? they \*:- wilIi-:follOw--'A^';'  &Vv}l'it&iiph: PfYthe uRe-'  Yj CbWrib^ ,  statesinieii^ra^ '  VieboUtt,*-?gHaia^ :  ���������?fpr.'.war;^  premier;   Audrew  BonarYI^aw,  leader  .of.-; tKe'-!;6pSiii''Mjyio^  monsj Lord Sourtney, Baron Weardale  and'':-'Sir.;--1By"ii9^;tt^  cles .������������������ to? the'. currien(t; Jssu'e?^;*l^|^erman  magazine;'- :;J-l*Jb^dUttdsud/??aih&?h^ ;  Hum ber ?bf ?prorninehi-''[ti^&rmatia^y^i 11  write:to^ the ieaiise':.sM0sM^e:tii&tiiiM:XKXt  issiie;r Ihtialh.? e^tt^^^P^^SShgio-;  Gerinan^relatlons??;;;Y^ ?  ��������� ���������; ^The'.'mii^t'^igulfic^  by. Mr.:. Paifour; :^osd^lared?-Bntish  KiiiVpicion   is  riatumF??ih?v Vip^?jpf ?the  :_^:-;.���������.:,-;i-f,5-'K>''i,������ii������^  .,,,,,.    ..,���������... ,,. , ,-.. ,.. ....  \-ftS?^**SM������**^^  :;''ei5iii������?:r>g������  which a few 1 f  iA^?r-  .i-j^.:  imMmWffim  T^?mmsm  ���������Chargstiti^ti'Coiia^s^titi^^ti i'nc'tirig:  . to; .MalicfouialvDan^  [; 4encod;?tb??Ni^elSMo  ^^"*v?';y?s������ii������i^  ". 'l4������ndra.HiWi^,^.^l^  tant rSuifra^ali?:?iea^e^,i?a^?:?Mr.-:Y aiiut  Mrs^' ���������.'' i'ethiei^iLi-iiwpft^^  ot "Votes': jfi^fc^JTi^^  guilty bn?a?"pliargeEpficcnBpiracy'and  lnciting,;:t6?;^^lJ������buK^d^ug&'^  <������riditldh,W-ahd:;WbuId?:glve?i) ������������������.;-,:���������, "^ y^r^^;-,,,-~.y-.,-::-:v;;i;-.:.v.,y,:,v;,i-;s-^i^gsSi  M^^X^Pm^0P^ma^^0^ pi&. :?TH EYjIfifTiR^ATioN -Ai^titi:&BMvM^mm  very?'best'of.erbp?we^bercannot>make^^  a;'^artially-!:da&a;ged^el^ '  per^crbp,:' andrfarV'l^^^U?it! 'iraiiB^tisin'Z'  wheat^crb-pYoh:: wsZsticy'^^^1''''''"'":''^''':'  libji Y&cresH elbaindbhed  Up^br?ha.vihgJbt*^?cr^Bi.  diskiediin: witiout?b������iiiig^  ed;YY;:;Aiibtlier?tiing:'?thatwiB^  promoting tbieasineBsf' v    '  incorhpiai  peace'and ^;th^ ;'i:ightB?bf::n^tipn  former : premier Vaslcs?iRerim-^  avow those zealots %tib^-w  ah  extehslbh ��������� of?:^rihah^?s:;,?hc>flndar  1^ in Europe,?audYtl"^ oi'  colonies at; the Xexiieiise? of:;;ptAier nar  tlon8,Yand? ireqniest& -ber*toYBKpw;?the  ysrprld: thai?.armies^::'tir^SrAlbi^?;'UB^-ul In  i-loaC'*-' tha"   *3*a**''":������>**��������� fl'. ^;*i<.'ci*i'.:i!--h'i.: '-i'tmeit5|c  fp^!ten:ltbrial'expahsibn^  ;jj^Bejibf-;patriptra:m^  pertyY :'Y.Each?;'w^Ysentence  month'is^imprii^i^  The '���������. jnryliiAS'haiiuiiA^^uoWh^itsr^r^  diet; of j-gjujltya s|������^^  refirjiiiirssijd'if irir;    ' .that"^?'.ISAAieacyY-:���������";,���������. be  ldge, in?:determiniiig Judgmi^t^tpbk  this iiitb?cbosideration. titiitititihtitirtitiytiti:.  The;'charge bf conspiwcy?S?was  brought; as a sequel tb;"a|Ywindow;  smashing -. demonstration ;in?;Ii^don?  en March.?.l. Mrs. JEmmelineYJt'anli-:;  hurst was. arrebted for ' uartlc'0<itipii?  in damage' to property and^asYs^A-?  tended Jn?March to twQ?mdnth%i;iiiiY  prispniueht along with a huinbei- of.  other women.  nssn!? A^?tbG?ebinparai^  LtityY.bf^',wn'3at':,''.lAAv::siiEht;'ahY:Aiiee''" ''i-^~--<'-'-E:v~<-z~~~~>z.~^  ^ffiiia^^co-oimbii-"^  :prevail^?^iat?-^^ehd  would seethe world's supply down to  Spi**;t. can   the   teaching  of .tne.;.**i^-r;".*?.Tsi,-������j  .      .. *"3ryYsm������l^^  shown the prisoners; and .Tuatice Coler- known that, owing to crop failure in Jaft,Qi?   De   pu,t   m   Practlee^i-we   v-Jll,:   vi^j  ���������"���������"'      .-.���������-'-���������..���������.-..-��������� ���������- 'Hus8l^l^-year;?Europe:^^^  peindeu^vi'bn ibth^  to?^?muelt?greater?extent thanYusuaivJ*  In s-oite: of that-the shipments frornYex--.  pbrting?^b:?l^pbrtihg^bbuht^  July-i?i;iSil,.;tb-,Mayil?i9i2,::iiave.beeh^^t^^^^  the ^aiitity���������':%&: ocean? passage ?lo-iay;  Is  5<5;i^2>p(WYbu^  bl!,a,.''.:s:.-'--2wggry;~o'yQ;.ff  ^:::ftt?:si>me?len^h;tljy":.M?:M?::(^  :^^^^^������ssl?:'^^iie-wl^gi  I^Ti^l^hp^s^u^Att^^  that   the  order  of   the   board   issued] up.      P. ,H.. Chrvsler   cbunsol fo^^  til  soto������ months; agb/h-^ ������--'--~~*���������*^ --���������*"ys-r' ^^^^ *>r *h<?  ,c6sd5ll������������3:'-''':''witil "'.hv- :tho.: -���������roilwhvig* -'-si'i-id  tbA^v^eiib'^itriiio-' '''H'?'������������J������'*,^*nf"sV?*?������������������ iiV^':-';'c*>':H?^J-'-'i*vi;  Visti-i.;???!^  :*Sm?rli:-;'!'^.^h"������.:'t?S^������i-iT!rtiir^ ::irtS>;:T!S.=f!ii.-.-'  Vaa, ^u������. ��������� .-������������������ ajac.- , if-|t5e lAAtt   ou Si u ; Ul - l,Taue;  ^'ho  maintained   that   Winnipeg  still  ;.:������ad#B^Sll^V  Gailadi^-paclfic^  ?*^^??^i-VstWI tiCitioe; naa?bceh?given  ^*.d ��������� VyuUoeI y^  ^e^^;*������-?b^i^tructQdg ?:?Tiien^  ?^TOfe rthatYtbe ? ra:iiways^should:  know  just  what  this  new   complain  : c9.^^*?c~yE|^p* R e ? B������-?wm  ������riti sh: Gove r n trie nt ' W i 18 Arra������ae >or  Wireless Girdle Around the  Empire  London.��������� Postmaster-General Samuels jn submitting the poBt oJRce budget in the House of Commbos,, said  the questions of compulsory wireless  installation on ships and the conditions that should be imposed for continuous services were matters that  were engaging the. close attention of  the president .of the board of trade  and bim&elf. 'Probably they would  - be considered at the iniernatioual conference on wireless texegraphy in London next month."  . Provisional arrangements, added  Mr- Samuels, had been ma.de with the  Marconi Company for the erection  through the British empire of, wireless  stations able to communicate with  each other at a distance of 2,000 milea^  """    'stations   ��������� would    be  or more.  Six  Smart uoubi-A.rlor-sed "Ssnadlan '"Parrft'  Wf-fion Gets the Eye of the Canny  Northerner  London.���������Some uneasiness is beiu-*;  e������iu������*ed in government and other circles  here by the dimensions which the  flight Canadawards is assuming in ru-  tal Scotland..  This spring 4,357 of Scotland's best  type of agricultural workers.sailed for  Cniada during March.  Thousands ~more are' preparing to  go under'the persuasive eloquence o''  Hugh Mackeracher and the Canadian  government agents are now tourinj  the lowlands and highlands, * with a  smart- double-horsed Canadian farm  wagon, laden with Canadian'* farm  samples and alluring literature.  *"  MacKinnon WoodSey, for Scotland,  is being, pressed to do "something t >  check this diversion * of Scotland's  finest human material *oy the creation  visible :suppl^isv3������. i8o,00?bus:i against; t^^^;[^0^^Z^MMMiMB  23,402,00a biiWaPi^ar??MdtheYCa^  adiatt Visible Btip^?i^���������8,480,()00?;bu^, W^-1^ '^$^Q&%^M'f^fjt  asain8tv;s4'7o,0uu?bi^?a?:year^ag^  week  the    European    visible    supply  ^lle they Wait for it       (l Thesa.ill. -,s^  k������������vAnft' t^.w ���������ri������o-������wor.-i,-.o!������:;s-'.' J-2X..;r.   Their^^motto : shoula Aevei\saffla!^sassg  '.,,..,-.','-,i,,-r.-,,-;. ..,-.v-.i,.p .... "������������������--���������,^..^alvway8Ybe; :^pr8t:.tIie.;,--.::kingdor^^  Gba:^:::;?::Theh::ithere'-wbu!d;-iie^  lous   thought   about ^aught^ else,  for ���������?���������!.:';?������  ���������He'i:.gi yes f-the? assurance^hafeali ^^ISSgitifSBH  l)e.?:prbvided:;':.;by'?:v:OOT:'Y':F^^  5 Y (^rae^Sl^^SsNiiBSi  erected  at firstv -   One  would  be in (of small holdings on state credit, as  rr.^^.1     ^       r>__^i:i.,..    .... ^   -a_. -  jn ireian^ and 0ther progressive land  legislation.  England. Probably the next 'two  would be located respectively in Egypt  and.British East Africa. There would  be another In India.   *  SO MB OF  THEM   GET   NO   GRANT  Two Thousand Fenian Veterans Receive $100.���������15,000 Apply  Ottawa, Ont.���������Two "thousand veterans who took' part in the defence .cf  Canada against the Fenians In 18GG  and 1870 will shortly be ln possession  of the "$100 grant voted last session  oiC the recommendation of the Hon,  fiam Hughes, Minister of Militia.  , Tbe applications have boon approved and ".transferred to the department,  of Fenians an<l will ehortly be dlsiv.-  ���������hyti-.4|. * Thor������ hvo otni iP^nOC' apyll-  catlona to be considered by the mli'"-  tla -department, while eight thousand  others have asked for application  forms.,  It Is expected that, several thousand people who think they are entitled to the grant will bo dlfcappolnt-  -i ��������������������������������� , . ���������    ,'   i  PREFEFtENTIAL  TRADE  Hon. Geo. Foster Delivers an Important Address Before Montreal  Board of Trade  Montreal.���������Hon. George Foster, delivered nn 'Important address > to the  Montreal -board-/bf trade recently. Ho  outlined the policy of the government  '���������with, regard.to the aecviring or ���������'preferential trade ��������� With ;AVeat indlea, Now  Koaland,*! Bbiith "'���������'Africa'': and 'V Australia,  and Btatcd that tho government waH  prepared to do all possible: to aid good  Btouhisnip and cable communication to  back up these preferential advantages-  'H*>i.al������o Btntod that an effort would  bo: made to boouvo clOBer'co-operation  between Canadian. trp.de it^outB in for  olgn landH and tho unrivalled British  - ������~*om<u1nr Fervh-o bo    that    Canndlnus  eerild get tho boiu������flt,of Kb work.  He utikod the boavd to oivopemto  with his .lonarlinont by appointing a  committee for foreign and Intprpro-  vlnolal tnidu, to look into uuggoatloiid  for Iniprovomeuti* and aid In the pro.  partition of uttltlsticjal Information.  Ho also mado a significant, ? statu-  mo'nt regarding the port of Montreal,  KUjiiJfcj that )t, un ���������>'aa compliiinod, Iho  high innuraheo ratoB wore ltooplug  bach Ha progra&B, the .covoriuuout  would look Into the matter and ho  believed a remedy could bo found.  Crisis tn Spain  Madrid.���������Perolctont report** are <*iir.  rent of an  approaching    ministerial  crlnlH In Spain, duo to alleged dlnBnn  bioiih   between   Premier   Jotse   Canal-  ot.     ThOBo dlBflenatons aro attributed  tn Intrlgueu    by  the    Conuervatlvrf,  headed by   ex-Premlcr    Maura,    aWio  ueeka to return to powor.  Reports  have  caused  moetlngn  of  ������!.,.   *fllr.n,������>,1l>.n Ka,    n^iJs    0,%������������l.,1l������.'-.,    Ia    l...  call*d Ht Hnroelonn. whero Alojandrn  Jjerrou.t. ttntitcn: leader, declared that  this rsjliiiii of u*i-Proiiilur Mnuru wonlu  be the signal for an uprising of Radical uiaetca of Barcelona.  Sent North Again  Toronto.���������Prof. Sydney C. Ellis, of  Ottawa, whose exploring expedition  through the James Bay district las.  summer upset the popular misconceptions that the bay was absolutely  without natural harbors for seagoing  vessels, will be sent north by the  Temiskaming and Northern Railway  Commifision this- year to make an exhaustive report on harbor facilities  possible channels and the tides at the  moutn of the Moose River.  Upon his report will depend the decision of the government and the  Terni&kuniing and. Northern    Ontario  "Krijlwav  Cnni'yiioe'fln  ������������������������'���������������.,l..r... *v,���������  '**Vte.\w.       V..X.      A.A.A-  [ ^������^fc*rv WV**.4r  7e&A?d>M������/?&  r//e svoa  ���������"-IKS??  THE   I.W.W-  STRIKE  minus for the line will be on James'  Bay or further north at Port Nelson.  Railway Commission Busy  Ottawa.���������For borne time now tho  railway commissioners will be working  hard, as their itinerary -Jails foi biro  or thiee bittingb a week. In Hamilton, on May 29, the commission will  tuke up the question of removing- the  telogruph and tolrphpne wiiea and  polea from the streets of that city.  Sittings in Petorhoro, Mnv 30, will  follow. Thq board'will then sit In  Ottawa, Juno 4; Windsor, N.S., June  C; Montreal, June 11; North Bay, J.un������-  11; and in Ottawa again June is.  ��������� ��������� ��������� -      -��������� - 'Y '   '   -"'n   ���������  Mounted Police Unable to;get'.Menti,  Oltiiwn.���������Great di-mciijty.je belrig  experienced by the North-Wdat Mount,  ed.-poHi'.c ilopuitinont m hocuiIiir new  recrultu for the forc<t. Inspector  Qordon,-who Is ot proaout in the mar*  ltliiie provinces, advises1'that'ho finds  li* practically iiupoHHibln Io Boei.ro recruits of the .standard"'or efficient y  and, IntMlJgonco reqlilrod by, tho" do-  l.iutment. The reason given Is thai,  tho remuneration Ib not BUfllolentl/  great.; In .view 61' increasing.. opportunity ���������'in othor flehlb.  W:!Hng to Call It off on Certain 6or-  ditions.  Victoria,, B.C.���������A telegram was received by the attorney general from  J. N. Foos. Vancouver organizer of the  I W.W., bajing: "Will declare strike on  Canadian Pacific oil on conditiona."  To thiB Hon. W. J. Bowser replied  that the attorney-general has nothing  to do with settling strikes one y/ay  or the other and that the dispute'between the I.W.W. and the contractors  is not his business, his duty being simply to see that the peace and good  government of the country ore upheld. ���������* ,  There is not a single Idle member  of the I.W.W. along the- grud^ of the  Canadian Northern between Yale and  Kamloops, according to advices re*  celved?at the executive offices of the  company at���������. this''city.; ?,??.?���������?;? .??.??^''-  CHIPMAN'S BODY FOUND /    ?;  Young Surveyor Metv Death    In    the  Athabasca River  Edmonton.���������The body of Lawrence  Chlpman, ,the engineer In charge of a  locating party In the Bdmonton-Diiii-.  \ egan and British, Columbia Railway.,  who was dro\ynod in the Athabasca  river, April 7, has 'been found by  members of the searching party Hoiit  nut i to hunt for tho young man, who  started; across the Athabasca rlvew  and waa last hooii near Mli'ror T^and-  ing. ,., When found , the body of ���������the  young man waB no badly decomposed  that it' "wub immediately burled near  tlie spqt whoro it Syaa found?'  Lawrehce Chlpmiin was the brother  of Warwick ^^mman, a lawyer Y of  Montreal, und a nephew of H. W.  Sweonoy, of Winnipeg. / '���������   ���������  ���������   V"  Germany Foraeet Trouble In Datkaus  Boi'Hh'.���������Oorniany iu becoming, concerned over tlie increaning Bcrlousno^ai  'ot the .situation In tlio Balkan'-. it  Ib. atutcd flombofjlclally that while "the  jvov-'vo^ont If* hos^rul 1h*\r the -ioviv.t,  ..my not be drawn Into a.snarl, it re>  oognl/ofl the tu<:t ihut there aro dangerous poBalbllitles that might nmlco  the Bltuutlbii critical within 24 houra,  It, iii hoped, however, that thin Is only  tho usual upiliifr eruption.  It was while she waaj^eiivihr^/ th^ft  term in jail tha; the ^el^ii'g^.^:^eb%|  spiracy was brought dg$i&*iy?80i-&'iiii.  and Mrs. Lawrence and :Mii^?Chjrystp-:  bel Pankhurst, the last bf whom di^:  appeared. ;    Y'-YY??:?^?  The two wonitn in the' dock??were  pathetic figures when the verdictYpf  guilty was brought in by??; thb ?: ."jux^;  Mrs. PauUnurst clung :\to?:the"/ectgetip?}  the    prisoner's    enclosure    treniOling  violently.      Mrs.    Pethick? Lawrence  raised  both  hands in -ahYattitude  btf  prayer and swayed asblieutteriiV the,  phrase:  "May God defend ua.YYOn*  cause is just,"      The prisoiierB ; were  sentenceu to be confined/;in the -Bee-|  ond division which does hot inyplve;  hard labor. * . '    '  After consideration of the reconv  meudation ot the.jury for leniency tb;,  ward the prisoners on account of  t'unooubtodiy -.uire-' motives: .underlying  the agitation/' Justice ColeridgeYsiiid:  "If the pi'ifloners had siiowu contrition I Bhpuld have acted on tlie jury'e  recommendation, but as thty have  openly declared. that they meaii to  continue to break the law, I cannot  mako them first class misdemeanants- They are guilty of an offence  for which they are liable'to two years'  penal servitude."?  The judge ordered the prisoners to  pay. the heavy costs of the trial. As  the' defendants wero removed, wonien  crowding tho court hissed and cheered.  1 ������������������',  __" "   '_    _   _     > _ '  Amundsen for North Pole  Mouto Video, -r- Captalii Raold  Amundsen, dlBcpverer of tho South  Pole announced IiIh Intention today  to. start from San.Fi'ftnelfico In March  or April, 15)13, on an exited|tion to the.  North Polo.  II;������ will have Home of the, men who  accompanied him on his last expedition.  KEPT IN DUNDGEON  Baok to Canaddi Movement  Boston, Mimn.-A Clnroiix, of , Sbb-  kntohewun, will upoak In eight p������*l-,������  . t      ��������� *      *������������������!..      -ew      .���������**..������������������������      /'���������*". it  "Back to Canada" niovenient,  Thiougli tiieye elloru -l ������;arty of  icpii-Hejiital-lvou, clcigvn.ena iiewbpa-  por and niagai'lne men will start from  Now   Ihurland  for  tho  British  north-  Hroat    f, m    aUa    a>.iai I ������    r\0   lli������    r*^.-*^ A I.. ^.  Kovernnient.  camiainn leoturem are invnrtlnt**  ulilus here to intorcui Canadian rosi-  dentw here about the advantage* of  fcx'd lumiv'fatca'l'T'i In'the No; thweut.  Kingston  Authorltlea  Hope to  Break  the Spirit of W****t**rn D������*������ipfrndo****i  Kliigaton.*���������-It wae learned that the  four; ritony Mountuin dospovadoeB,  Brown, F'onnqr and tho two Mocuirt  hrothorH; bettor '"known ub .Toiiom and  Koliy, "uro? still In the dungeon at?'the'  ponitenUtyry. ' None of the four have  aeon tilo light of day since thoy were  ���������.(..oonHir*.'!, nfl-rr tb������������lr diivlnp; uttMiipf  to escape on April 20,     Thoy will bo  kept In the dungeon until tlioii trial  nt the sqbkIoiim In June for asuault  and occiiplng from the penitentiary.  Tho officials are deterr.Miu.d to breu!:  the spirit of the gang and consider  thnt ������h*������ only wny to 'noooiiipllHh tntrt  Ib to keep them In total darHnonn.  Kvery Hvo dayn thoy get a Buhniiuitlnl  monl conslstlnir of cabhngo and beef,  II),.    -,y:,!     r.f    II.(.    M'.o..     1',,,-v     Hv.".    r.;i  breud and wntur.  Tho nuthorltlea rtorlare that whftn  tho doHporndooH comt) out of the dungeon they will be us docile an lambs,  McNeil, a wooutitock man   who   waw  20 was taken out of the dungeon nhd  -tent nacic to nis *intt*u* in tlio nuicH-  smith shop, where \V. ll, rravers,  the bank wrecker i*-,ump)oyed. McNeil wao aa quiet an a lamb ''It day.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co?, Grain Mor-  chiuitu, Winnipeg.   ^ .  Winnipeg, May IR���������Within tho laa*.  three or four day's the action of tho  wheat markets In many important cei,-  Iron of the grain trade both In Amorl-  ca and Europe haB boon' dictated by  .i less coundoiit reeling on ������:ho part ot  many traders, In the ability, of tho  situation to lurthui* udvuucu priues at  tho present tlmo, or porlmii'fl even to  ���������hold them up to recent lovels. <y Tho  moderate nnd partial weakening of  bu;n������h Huutlmont Is oolthor surprlrdng  nor imr^anonablo when a broad view  of tbe facts is taken, but neither doom  It dOCldt* Ihftt thoi'o hiiM limin Much i<  change In the general breadstuff* situation and prospects, as would determine that a hlgh������*r level of jirlcen Is      ...I, -I.V T. ,.,.-.-. ������������������- .,!���������.   , !*...  *���������.*-������  ���������* +++ (t *,. ������������������t,4vt^ a ������., m *������ *.-��������� ��������� - - ���������.<  i-* 4,4 ���������...,,������, ������ ������* *  such change of sentiment as thoro  iiceniH to l>������, we would point out. that  after nearly six wok*1 of dally reiterated damage report* about the winter  Wh-'rifl crop In the Unttod Httttew, III-  renort. liauod on the 7th rm*t-.������thpre  Una honn turnout a ronsmion of muoii  reports, and inntead, owing to the advance of the season and a few day's  of feoiuewhat uior*1 fuvorablft growing  8pp;odp?bus??a ^  i6pe^3^sible'lsv/Jhe|u  of whfeat- oh; bceah'?passage, but it/'is^  ho\v?3;732,pp(l!: buls? lai^er?th^^  agp;?wherea,s?pnlyi;t^imbnths.:a^  tbtal^uropeait visible ^supply was 35i<  '3^0'00?:hus;^^^  ')3'aihe* ^:da)te? last?yea,r^? ,?TU*#?c6hsider $z.  tiqhY p^:the^e/?large?'/'?vlsil^e?iYBiippIi  ^j^st?;haye?;^?/:dete^ing??iti  thbYregula^ mejrpha^  ���������world??and^\yet?;it^  the?>reaI StugYof / w^?betweeii; supply/  and deniand: is still :^  -n^t?^i^ee?^o������i^������??^  supplies are such as we have stated,  ':itt1's?;"gen^^  Invisible supplles?are!b^  and/; ttiere/fieenas little?dc>ul)fe^^iia,j  because'/ las^^ai^s?/wiioi^  iye&ta'.-.'/iri^j^e.A'J'^ba,?^  very/, early? and?/farmers /sbldvflibfei'a.li^  :-from':;/thieYfii*Bt?:?:.?^.I^  'ahdC;ftb-ar?-triei*bli^  ling?';their,,'trade^  alwaiys/ ljabkihg/ fbr^ loWer?pric^^head,?  and such evidence as the trade "calli,  TOri-^ims-^nt^^p^l*^  ^uiret^irt8.f y?; Wi^  a*$pVAflbh^  ,or������Mn'^y:^curraht:/deihan  Bervfe;:Buppliet.-to:"fall?:^^  'thei-?bjiblie;'l-yi^  trade has mostly all along been.' called-  slow, ?ahd?duli, ?but Ybrea.d: f rpihYwheat:  Is/hboiit'tb^/'Ch!^  'where?-? ahd?-:-ffie:Ywbrld?vis'/?  ib[p\iiZ l0.0pp,P0ps?bus.? of ���������wheat dallyr?  Tbys?ih facebf^^larger visibleSsupplies,  tha^geirftaps^a^  fspme-ii-^P^h^-^  :Jcom'e';'"fa;^Mine:(:';befPri9'^  ;rOa;dy^':;:#^ii:;;i^^?^  ^tweeii?BiippI^-and ?d^ahdYth^.5iwiir  :a������|yahcp?prt!C^&/;inbri^  ';^eiseni;'$^  serlbus-uh iavbra  la'i*ge?.:;portibli ?b������: ?i^^.;^i^s'iS5t?B^e^ivep  c^eat:?cw>p'Si//it/^piil^  'iarge^yad yMide?':/?Y;Wh lie Y':.th6?: / wiiAtei*;  wheat'?crbp? ih?tlie / tlnited?/States?iiS'  ciitYdbwh? in? a.creage? sbnie'���������������������������: CvSdo.flipp  acres? from'/the; abreage":plahted; ^tliet'e;:  ���������is;%lt3b?:'sojttg'.'-tb'?be7:'^  abreage^of ?the; three principal? spring  /Wheat? states ? of -probably ?:ii,50P,00p;  acres? coifiRarecl/ with tlie iicr|eage 'in  1911^ Ythis is Oaused by the lack of  plowing last fall, the/tendency: to diversify; 'crops, by planting-YaY larger  acreage/to other ;grains?than :wheat,  and:to thelatene&B and M'etness of the  present spring -in North . Dakota.MU:  Western Cana<Ja co'-^ltlbiis for,,seed-'  Ih'g have pot beenfayorablei, espeel ally ; In Manitoba- It is siipposed thait,  owing to the amount of.,."'. new' ���������?, land  broken up;!;,,in? Saskatchewan and, .Alberta, that the drawbacks of lack bf  fall plowing and/ abnormal amount of  wet y/eather this spring, causing'delay  and lost, time in working,; would be  bvorcoine and allow of, considerable  increase, but at the present ��������� It is aii  giieSB work. Two things are certain,  ���������viz: That not ..nearly so much ground  la sown to wheat as voiild have been  with a favorable aeed time, and a  great deal of wheal that has , been  srowp has been done In a slipshod  manner;, .'and a ibl of poor seed used,"  future prospects depend?on the weather. In Europe crop? sire .genor-  ally in fair shape, although lately  complaints are. nindp of too dry wou-  tner in the United Kingdom and AVt-si:-  i^rn Uiiropo, and too'*>\-et and cold In  partr of RusiBif*.       '."''??���������  Our .Winnipeg. mavUet'liar, l*,oen loss  Ktrong and active since lnko liavigii.  tlon opened, as Jf expoitei'H were too  busy attending.1 to:"shipping old con-  tructa to engage in maklni, m-iv ones.  An immoiiBO .-.quantity, of, wheat hu������������  been lot Ioobo from Fort "vyilllaih, aiid  Duluth, tn the twelve days ainco np.vl-  gatlon opened, probably about 10,000-  OOP bus. and stocks at terminals will  soon he down to modorftte compa������r.  j'oda.v'h i'ukIi ptuiou 'u������i I. Nor, lO'li. ;  2 Nor, 101c; ������ Nor^ DfiM,c; Nb. 4  whea}:, 87!ic:' No. 5, 75^0; No. G,  Cflh; Feet., COo,; No. 2 Alberta Red  Winter, UD'^c; No.-K A.K. 5)4%c; No:  4 A-K./r-iSc. Futures cloRcd .Vlny 10-iVic.  July, U'5%c; October, 9Sc. ,  Oats��������� -"'.  The oat market hac been eanler for  2 Canadian Western and for future de-  lli'i'i-ic;,, i'lit Uk- fi.ed ���������gj,,*'U'ii luu'i-, ivt>i������L  vory strong, with keen demand for  them. Tatlay'B cash prices are: Np.  2 C.W., 4Hc; 3 C.W., 42^0; Ex I  Food, 44V.C} 1 Food, 4.1%e; ?. Fwl  42%o. FutnroB cIoboi* Mny 4Rf^c;  July 48%c.  Barley���������  There has boon.Uttlo or no demand  for barley lately nnd pricea are: N������������  a, fifto;. No. 4, OOo; rojected fific; food,  knoweth   all  our need   (verse  WSMi  bne'VprihciVile-'-'^'.  be"Y^ntbSth6?,/:Father,^?-^6^i?jsee^^  see^e'tV-;'-;-'^  oe  "tr*;  ; -sou^feryeu.:/:in/ :COntri^t/^tP'/.^a&K^o^j-5t^^ffij  ������:������������������*<. '-.;r^5g'Ujus|,.:;ipsbpIe'-?Qf?v-b^  *Ti������:-.illi������/^vi>w'V'fii{nfe^.:to^'ihi������"'"  t Ime: di*^^ei^hlh^ tb?'b^: eeen^  '(Matt^^xxili?s'S^&.;:;;>i://w^v;b^n^  the-d#:s/-bf-'the^'propheii?/a^?aJ'^ip(!'^^  iatrfeature ot :-'the?>last"//dayi;YSE;St^|sS||l^l  age ������������������wiir--bV'a?itur^  A,A,UtAA--'-,4������AAiA,������-4������./.XVA.4^ff"OA;^.-BVUI������  put/ iany;? power'/-: (Iaa?? xxikti J/i^;S^BzfeKiJ|������^^j  ^xiii?-;3X;/:/II?Tim.;?iiu';15-;:;/iv.|^  ���������eaci-tY bf--'the-' threeYparagi^ti#?^^bi^  ;lessPii'?thete.: 'is?; ;&';-ebtjtr^  .presented -/rewar d|?ifcli /:;apprc^a^-*:pf ^iielaB'^^  C^-svii',-^^-"^'A-'v&i'fe!*'-i^sv^  G^?^^?Mbi^bn?:bi^ObdJ^^di?^^  devils fbrittie//f'ribh^  Is enmity, with God, and that' v^hich . Y^j  is-sbi^yl'es^^  ass|  .waBi'bhIy?:::bi^}'iwhb?;alway'^  thingsY:pdeased??;$eY:;Fatoefe^  desires? tb//liVeiHis;riifs?i������:^s/?a^  4-hi-slb^?:be^dOT^:^Qni^^^  lEffiUed^ike'i-I^Sd^  bf^Peh^ecpst^andP^e^i^iiS  WW;  oft: repeated"';'wb!'d^'.in/-lj'evltlim'si:^:'u^  to?the >Xibrd,"'' and ^b"e'f6re?ith;e^^  Flax���������  The flax markft Is firm and buyrr'i  aro more iium-miu**. Toilny'N cash  prices -are: No. 1 N.W., 100c; No- 1  Man.  104c;  rejected,  lHlc.     Futures  ..I......���������    nt.,..   i<v4*i/a     ������,f.i���������.    ������r������.-.    ������__i.  Hoed  Is higher than the futiin* d������*l!v-  I'ri-in.  All prices mioted above are hicred on  delivery  in store  Fori  William and  Port Arthur.  the- ?Lbrd," desiring only? HIb Y^pprovvY? ?:���������������  'ai;?tlien: it does iibt "matteh^^vpebpiQ/Y?:������!  do know of it.' YIt^;whbUJ l-lie ^^Pyb:-/-gyj*j  of Christ constraining, aiid -acc;������ratng^^I  to-'-li Sam? '.xxlv,'*- :.24,?--Iv'wlll;//not-rbfft*;:iY?;Yl  unto the Lora^Qtsthat/^{Ivich,..���������di)th:?-/;:m'|  cost rhe nothing, and' wbo 'aiccoroing Y?kll  to I Chron. ^lx;\;YI;4,-vY/,All.Y,;i^iu������s*;:>ftM  come of thee? and i-hlho own &q we''..'.':Y.'I  glve'thee.''1 Vjohc'errilne;'?pray'eV?''H?lB?'???vp  real, access?to.God,,by Jpsuti, Christ;Y^!  remembering r John, v. '15?������'a*S;;-.y'Tiil'|>:--^'ftl  Ie tlie cpnfidenPe / that we liave m.,  Him. that if we ask anything accord-  lug W His- wiir HP heareth lis; and if;  we kno>y that He hear us, and it-Aye:,  know that v/e have 'the noiltfbnf.  we desired of Him.'" Aa thtii^mtitorw'tin^,^  of prayer which Ho gave at this tlhn\;,:/-l1"  and'which we i?poke of lu ,.a fovmcr YiS  losson on the bo'atltu'deg, tho late Dr.'  Saphli* said of it: /'It lp a-;mpaeLpra.y;;;���������;������������������'  oi arid as such "CoihiiVehd's Itself to  the most superficial glance���������approves  Itself at once to, the , cons<?lence of,  man.- The prayer la: short,:that ilt  may be qulcitly .learned, easily re-  memberoil ami .frequeiitl^ hued, but  it contains all things,;, 'partjaijijiig tp!;  life and godllneBB. In its Blmpllelly  It ������ooniB adapted purpoflely for the  woalciioss of the Inexperienced aiid  Ignorant, and yet none-can any that  ho it. familiar with the heights ���������' and-  the tieiiBiueB of.wiBdbm It contains."  In voi-bob- 14, IS of out* lOBBOti note  tha;t communion, with, God as our  Fathor dopumls upon our forgiving  otltora iib Ho forgave us.' This, like  all the diBcoui'He is uti-t ^������������������^cnidltion  of salvntlon, but anotli>|l^^ri)rdi for  Ills dlHCiplCH. As to TaBtlng, the boat  commont I>know m ISa, Ivllt. S-,tl, remembering that. HkO'V glvlngv^and  praying, It iivuet bo fro'ni *the, r|bart  unto the .lord.'.) The ri'forty ,���������'day  feaats bf Mo'sea and' BJllJah "undinhe  Ixud Jojwib wero peculiar and unique,  but the record of faatlug 4u tho Act.t  cf  *,V   Ar,o:;tIc,"   lr.  for   rv.Vr   c.r:nn?plr,  and mir Lord,Bpoke'Of*'thi������ <������ows# of  praj"������?r apd fantlng In Matt, .-���������'xvlli 4,*.-  Consldor aleoUk. vlll. tlV'Mh. ft 4;  Ket 1v 16. Pan, x. 2, 8   f Jtt  ,R.N.W.MP.*~Promotlonsi for OrajSery  flairihatoon. -Corporal -Thoman ofjthb  H.N.W.M.P., who Bhbt and eapfired  the Indian dosp^'adu Quee Wu Zino  and later took craiy    Bill'  Braaioy.  Korgoanr tor his coiiragopua woi*i*;;|and ,4,'Y;  CotiMtublo Clancy who was wltblvnlm ������������������''  lb niudc u. corporal. ,     J7. ,'.'  ���������aii^iiup ,. ������������������������>i������yssl4>i������iWsiilMissj|A������iiiMW<<i������ ma ,^1 ���������. t ji' , ^  Yukon Valley Afire for 200 Mlj}t      ,;?  la k roaring fnrnnco for 200 mllellbiW  <<"  twei<*n   mar Hnimotv anil** utnirrr c"tf>*,    '  Uvorywhoro forest fires aro raging: hut   :'j?  im  ���������;:mi  ���������M  m  z,9%  ..VjY  ''A.'r.i  .���������:x;  "'!"'������������������:'I  l*-..  they are not near any elty.  ���������JtUiUt'l- l������ iUlntsd.  Much  HHaMiaa|Hlillj'(iM������a  tftttti  mamaa/a  mmiim  ���������^MSiOmmmmm,  ������w^M..TmrMmy--������,  mum*  mismissaasmmmimt  maa-!  man m  IV,    *���������  ISrSli  A  :..^f**C4^l"cia^'>^^'"J'?^''*?1''1" " **-���������*  ;.*:i*i**g"ir ������������������*������������������ ���������  ^���������r.;'.v..*;y- i *   ~'i - -i��������� ��������� i/11���������"ii yi.mw.^..^..;irr-'i."j.'.*'',*:'-t&j,'1..^JA; 11 ix?t���������-��������� *���������wV-v**11?���������-���������:-'��������� '-.���������'���������I"T-f*;ijt,!.^*!^*'' J.^f|j^^^s|gS&^''|jj^^^^^���������^������������������������������������"���������������������������Ti*'^??   ,,y." . .?.".?,:"'"!���������"��������������������������� ��������� "i i.-njun  >.-?  IX  |3lw*  13*  ���������stf.'"-"  r-  ���������i "  I-  ll  at*  EU  tff'  ei>  Iv*  it  111.  LOCAL AGENTS   FOR  Ford,   Mitchell,   Oakland, Oldsruobile, , j  Russell Cars. / '  Stickney Gas Engines and Flanders- T  Motor Cycles.     Pump-Jacks, "'Pura^s  and- Water Tanks, -       *  Repairs for Bicycles,  Gas Engines,  and Motor Cars. "   -  i Mkm% r% kjxJTENAY OARAGE COMPANY  BEVAN, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  I  e  H  10 Acre Fruit Hanch FOR SALE      I  _ 5 acres planted to trees. * io   acres   ready   for   tbe ������j  3 plow*    Fiatse house and oup-buiidings,well fenced.   Two |-  9 miles cast of Creston on Canyon road. ,f  For terms and particulars apply to:���������  CHURCH OF EMGLANB  Chris--, Church        '  Holy Communion  -      1  1    "ft      A...  <7 -IO n   *n  Evensong  Sunday School 8 p m  .o.ff������4rf'^������tf������������*.ja������..B.   ** *-. .a. m *. ������.    t J^-������a-*a *=swes*<us* Vfi#W.B<tB-SriS'e'S'-Ss6C!S������B!CK  f*8  uesi it?eitmirp  ll ���������������.  i������T*  s^ascname prices  *������ tlMllisilllilts^lS]  S     For the next thirty davs  if  I W. V. Jackson.     Mountain   View  Kancft 1 j������ I wiii give ten percent g  1  B  Phone 9l  Oil  jr-it rrp *���������'*''*��������� it fr,TTiHf'''i''ffl^  I Billiards and Pool  *���������***������������������>  ^*  J&JBA6    fi.OOIll    8������X8S!i.8bV  i ������  '* fc*      - .  | vagars and Cigarettes  Kanun   bhiVaIh hbi������i   ���������������     sV������������B   SsT^rB  ������  discount on  all work if  ������p>  flJ4  |  you bring this announce- $  "I   ment. _ - ~  tilt  2hv&S.Easttii$ti  |    a4^iwfcfod*,a.*e:������w. mvm$ |  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  ���������V  2������   S^feoward Snabnaiv ���������aiaah  'tS. " <  *% "=Sl^.-g^--������.-f*������9J������"S^9>9s4Mk9S*sMK  Dr. de Vein's Fesnale Pills  the iateraatiosai 'Dry-juarming cp-a  j gtess ih its Divercitled4 Farming earn-  paign nnnonuces that the growing of  flax for its fibre should .be taken.' np in  southern Alberta, ������>.nd point* out that  it cau be made a veritable bonanza with  A 'VV' I  the establishment oi! liney raiLifi," Svhiuu  must come in this -section because ot-the  r^quirements of the home markets.  There being abuudaut water power io  che proviuce for xneouanieai motor ex*  ''''-' "  iEGnciGS. SwaaIaIaoaaa. vir.pl ten? ������a olmsji engine fuel, and suitable water for retcing  iu the oouverision of flax fibre into i'ubri-  cations of liuen, there Is ever> thing required as a natural raw material right  nt hand. Thus, in Alberta, all kinds  of luieu goods oan bo produced to sell  witmu a iractioa is u,os at jnsc as low a  ���������.���������rice a$ cotton goodB-rii great boon to  all farmers.   .  Ihe growing of fitix for seed has been  very srceeseful. and many of 'the pro-  yre.ssive dry-furmers of Lethbridge and  vicinity have this season beguu the put-  tiug iu of ������large orop.   It is not to late  yet, for flax can be nown np to tho 15th  of June, although the earlier the safer.  For many centuries 16 weets bave  Peen consumed in gettiug flax ready tor  spinning,   and a further four or five  weeks have been necessary, iu which to  bleach tho linen product. for the market  By a new process raw Aax oan now be  converted into perfectly bleached linen  v  fibre ready  for -Spinning  in one  day.  Sound straw will yield 47 per cent of  spinmucr fibre, realiziu*? *500 pe������* ton bn  the market, B^ harvesting at the proper time good fibre can be produced and  a fair crop of seed, can be obtained at  ������  ������ '-J  W  i=iB Bl*  icias ���������������������*���������*nil<r������    b^B"  rkv*r=F*am\irt\  HOOT-  j*Wi  On������ of ih& hssi iissms in British &&  cm  ��������� Ma>  m  ���������^ ���������������....���������������������������������   ������,.������   mmm**mr,      ������  ������<-������������������>jr       *������*������fiHC������*C.AV--������B/jy aBaSKSHStff  W r&ats* fiy hooks, ha&kefs, v&pj? thing S  W ^                     '                                                                                     A -                                                 S  Vtt ������/ ^ ^B^**           ^ W������* ������ss^        ^^ ^Mr^asi w w     ���������������������������������������( sa^ssjfsaiisijFissr                                                                           . "/if *i  W  ffl-  jM  g m  ^nssi'Aj ,at     ��������������� \ai_JfB iff-mrcw  TTA".  ���������f *������: *v  ���������JPI  4V������  ������t^ " ^^|a*������J A^sfs^js"**^ gia������ ��������� mgaa  *^> ^i&iiiglMii frSHiii   ' nil  jl   vwi'uv-ii partialis fiBSJ  iB-aii %*������tla iil^  Verno/i,  x5������ G������  ^  iff^ia ih  ana #  the same time���������the   aiisehar.ic������i opera  A reliable French regulator; never faiL*. These  ���������Dills are esccedmglv nowerfuJ in reguiatinff the  gaoriratWe portion oi thfc temale system. .K"efuse  ^ cheap imit-.tions..m? do Van's are sold at   tioh cf removing the seed withinr,   as  fKII lv.V.  Al- llifM In. fid -    Malliul ,ft .n������ .Mmm, ._ a -    . '  | Razors (Jround and Set   $  n  SAK/i W Ai f-ii- i 11 prnn !  sj|s������|si***'^i*st%AV**<,4A^^  -r>  ���������i  ii  !!-���������     f  PROFESSIONALS  t  DENTISTRY  H. B. HAuTd. D. S,  :    ���������*  Offie*  oyer Frank Pavke Hardware  SijWsi^Balt^r Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  *5a box, or three for JIO.- Mailed to any address.  Tlxs> SoobeU Drnij; Co.. St. Gatbarlnes, Out.  All out trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  a   to name.    We carry  all the   leading  varieties1 most   ^  #   suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  ~   on three-year-old whole routs.  ^  For further particulars appl}-- to our local Ageut.       Q  Jinco, Box ^9, Creston, B.C. <#  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B 0. Land Sobveyob and AKCHrrBOi  Plana and SpeoiiicatiouB  CRESTON -'��������������������������� = ���������-       - B.C.  Crestott %+ ��������������� ���������������������������*��������� 1Ro  GUY  LOWENBERG  OoHsmiTiaro Enoimbbr  STS*SMS*������SMM  CRESTON     -  B.L4.  OKEX,L, YOUNG & co.  Meets first and third Thursdays   in  each month, in Speers Hall at 8 p.  m  Visiting Brethern cordially invited.  "  Georgo Broderiok, W. M.  Walter V. Jaoks:n, Reo. Seo.  Fieal Estate and Inanranoe.  ���������A-������4*1,T"f4-i"  AUIV"U������AI  CRESTON  9,rvrt*%**a mr* nwvni  ajx\n%Jnumt������   Jkvr  **4uiC������ s.  B.C.  Before Cettittd  tU Contract*  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  VJaM, Life and Aooldent Insurance  ttEAIi ESTATE, Eto.  TSbSH4      ...  B.C.  For tlio 'luUdlng of your Now  Uouro, Storo, Olflce. Workshop  or other building, writo or call  on me.   Estimates given on all  kinds of work. .  Repairs & Alterations  A 8PECIAUTY  Charges roasonablo and HatiHfnction  guaranteed on All Work   ���������  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  NORTHWEST  MIaVING REGULATIONS  COAl4���������Coal mining rights may be leased  or twenly-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of 31 an acre. Not more than 2,(560 acres can be leased to one applicant. Royalty  five cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  the tract must be staked out by tbe appll  cant in person, and personal application to  the Agent or sub-Agent of \DbmivtO" I*ands  tor the district must in all cases be made and  the rental for the first year must bo paid to  the agent within thirty days after filing  application  QUARTZ���������a poicaon eighteen, years of ng������  and over,having made adisebvory inay locate a claim 1.600 feet by 1,600; F������c? $5. At  leaBt $100 must bo expended on tbe-:/*lalm  j each yca,r or paid' to the Mining Recorder  I When $500.0 has been expended or paid and  other ruijUiieiiiuniii uuiupiiud with, the ciaira  may be purchased ot *}I an acre.    ���������  PLACER MINING CLAIMS aro 600 feot  long and from 1,000 to 2,000 feot wide., Entry  j'co 155, N >t less- than 8100 must bo expended  In developeraenti worlc eaoh your.  DREDGING.���������Two louses ot five mlles.eaoh  of a river may be Issued to one applicant' for  a term ol 'ia years. Rental. 810a mllo por annum. Royalty. 2% porcont after tho output  oxoods 810,000.  W.W.CORY  Deputy Minister of tho Interior  hitherto, injuring. the fibre for linen1  production being nraoticed ia the United  States. "  The new process for converting flax  straw into linen within thb short space  of a day has passed beyond the experimental stage,- and capital invested in  this direction wonld be a far better  method, becanse of the certainty of returns, than io gold or other mines  where milling requires millions, and  then the outcome from a financial stand-  poiuii is always, or nearly so, an indefinite luantity, and the dotation of the  lode a mighty uncertainty.  Flax is a hardy'plant'to? grow; with  an abundance of water it is a certain  wealth producer; and the various uses  to whioh the straw and seed.oan he put,  place it beyond the stage of the uncertain. ���������   ���������?'���������'���������?,';������������������  Wreck ot "Titanic'* largest, best writ-  ton, beat illustrated; most' attractive  book ever offered public for $1.00.  Agents wanted. Biggest commission  over. Freight prepaid. Y Outfit 1'reo.  Sand 10c, cost of mailing. Bush today  to "Maritime Publishing Oo.M Box 94  St. John, N. B.  The Riverside Nurseries?  Comprising $20 Acres  GRAND FOSKS, B. C.  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  AT HOME  The Riverside Nurseries are the nearest mit-sery company to Creston and  have more trees planted in this district than any other company. The  trees are started under tha sumo conditions that they will have to mature  in this Valley. They can he brought here from the nurseries at Grand  Forks in three days by freight or one uud'one-half days by express. All  trees guaranteed home grown. * , \  ���������75,000 Riverside trees are now growing in the'district.  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston* B. C.  Painter and Decorator  Wall Paper  rr-.Trs=^r,':,rTT-,;-r ,r- ~~~:,-^rr^       r,~    ,., t > *  Calsomiuiug, Pointing, Pnper-h mping  Carriage and, Sign Puinting.  Lot me give you advice and egtinmtct* ou your work.   All  work guar  auteed to give satisfaction.        '  ESstl  OROH ARDfSTS!  ������������������s-sjs-s-Ws-WMWIs-Bsjs*^^  mm,mmmmi*m ���������  ������������������.��������� .. ���������,,.���������, .������������������.,.,^i..,,��������� m, ^, ��������� ^... ���������������������������������. ^ ,���������...,.������������������,������������������.���������....,.,.������������������,��������� ������������������ ������������������������������������- ��������� ��������� ���������������������������.-*���������.���������^��������� ���������  " JH  le Fraser Vaiiey Nurseries, Lid. i  TIXDL IR* Beattt?  CRANBROOK - B.C.  The  Funeral Directo.  lm&iXxWm&&mjlmw  V.Sb  xJaVm  x>liiiii������ri  ALDBRGROVE,   0.C.  Home-Orown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  HBSSS-SMMWS  ���������U'.'JIJ.IILl.i.tlilHH  I iirni nnniiin riniiinnnl  nEw oPiiiiiiu rAoniunb  *sw  I  FORFULi. PARTICULARS  WniTK��������� Oh Hkk���������  RICHARD McCOMB, I AH. (������)A1I1X)N,  0������nera.l lVfanagAr, Iioenl AkoiiI..  Aldergrov**, Li.C. Crouton, U.C  .'Jl'JlJ'.l'".!!'!!.  ���������WHl'ai'i'II!!   ���������H8B������i*������"."^S  All the Vory LatOBl, ,Styl(>n m Lu-  (iioH' Hats, Ti'iimningH,  I'Mowoi-h  anil Ribbons.  LADIBH*   I113ADY-MaF)K  WAIHTS  -.: !.,;ilk,;:.ui'i c liiid.  i'hiih'   HtohkingH and AN'i'iu-liig  A |l|IIITl<l nllitlllllo t,l> Mill ,Sf||,NOIl,  mmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmummmmmmlmi0mim0mmmmmmmim^mmimimmmi^  Mrs.   n.'YOiJNOl  Tn | ^^ STOI'f*' Bj������. lyii ^|.i*A ������&\i'������h yjft:  to give better, values than you can obtain elsewhere. Can you name any  successful article in which quality is not  a prime factor?  ���������J ������l. -  Because you are on, your feet all day,  Because they, Fit better, Wc&T better, Feel better and Xvook better.  Lace or Buttoned Ladies shoes in tan and patent, $4.50 and, $4.75.  Mens, Tan or Black in Patent, -iTelonr calf or Willow.    Biiltoh or lace, ^5.00  *-������ ^6*i>0"   '-Vou cttn buy ihawc in , '���������'.',''."  iiir"r:-'   '11 iimisT-i'i 1" rTis^i'iiijY^'.'-'-^-'^r1^*-���������T^11���������'-r-T"-''---*:*:'^''Vr '"'""Tiit'irT-'l "Y-7^~Li"V"7"~1T--'":i:i'---: tI1'"-r:r-���������Jiz:"i- 'i'---"-"-������������������--��������������������������� -"-- * ^- '���������'������������������*��������� ^��������� --���������'������������������.-^"^..~~~-^-:l^U^:~ ~^fnr*x~--..-....--: r,*-"jg***_' tf '  ... ** ,        . , ���������    ,    ��������� v     ,  Creston Mercantile Company, Ltd.  r  *  "������������������������  s  mmmmmamammmm.mmmmimmmmmmi  T.TTnTs.i���������i.iiiTirT^i ,"��������� - 7"?'; m"i  sa-s  -fglgj-M  -ffltMMaWI


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