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Creston Review Jun 14, 1912

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 'sV������A*(>t'iinr<in  YMfm.* nanannwii  mm PilBLibtn  b^UUnOI'-ijK soeb-BBBA.  Takes Steps to Send tix-  :ass/A9  s   m ass  Congress  Several new steps for the purpose putting and keeping Creston in the eye Of  the public, were taken by the Board of  Trade at the regular monibiy meeting  [f   on Tuesday evening.  In order that the people en the British  Business Men's excursion may have  their attention called to this section of  the country on their tour of Canada,  SiKs*  Rfta**^ ivnl'A-rl  ���������#���������_*> TyS-^A  *H^*a   Hrf** r*i*������g���������������*���������/������%���������������     es* I  IN IIS OFFICER!  I  An almost unanimous vote <~o ex- I  press the confidence of the Union in 8  its management, -was the result of g  the "extraordinary",special meet- *���������  ing last evening of the I^ruit -Grow- I  ers Union Ltd., called to investigate fi  charges   made against   certain   of I  its officers, l  No votes were registered against I  .the measure, the parties   maxing ���������  J the charges not voting. i  WOULD INSTALL GAME  ROOM IB 0tlHSH  ^^MMiM^tHMHSsSSMW  Methodist  Minister Also  Believes Church Union  Good but Uniijkeiy  ���������That new suit see Webar.  Port Hill arid vicinity experienced a  severe storm in tha form ot a oloud  bnrBt last, Sunday. A number of Ores-  ton people were nanghi". in it. They say  there was a steady down pour for over  r uaMbu  VUV CMJUC*! * %ja%J*JO  and filled the roads with dltohee.  "JL ETO 111 S������*"??T*-?? Tffsl* fiTlTSs:  sfiTT?eTj.r.n  [   Pubhq Works, Honorable Robert Rod-J the supervision of the church," said Fred  ^ gers, asking him to have the 'excursion  a return through the Grow and stop at all  the principal places. ���������i  v(     It is the desire of the  organization to  put on an exhibit of Oreston frnit at the  Dry Farming congress as Lethbridge,  ssu is GEuef that steps may bo taken  V toward that end the'secretary was in-  > Struoted to secure the necessary mfor-  tion from the congress officials and  to communicate with the local farmer's  Institute, the Frnit Growers Association  ���������andth& Fruit Growers Union, with the  purpose bf interesting them to cooperate in sending Al exhibit The Board  offers to provide the liecessary funds' for  expen-*" involved. A pamphlet advertising this section will be prepared to  ' accompany the exhibit  . So that the Agent Genera! of British  Oolnmbia at London may be informed  of Oreston and its activities and represent it accordingly the Review was  ribsd for in his name for one year.  The secretary was instruted to secure  the permission from the superintendent  of this division of the Canadian Paoifio  Railway to have Oreston Fruit sold, on  the trains.  James Oomptcn was elected to meni-  L. Carpenter on being interviewed re-  tjardiughis policy and impressions of  Creston, "and believe that Creston needs  a game, pool room and reading' room,  and. a Gymnasium where a high "moral j  standard will be maintained among the  young people and it is my intention  that it shall have them as soon as it is  possible. Although the Methodist church  is in no financial condition at the present time to go into such work on a large  scale it would not require a great expenditure to fix up a basket ball ground  for the summer on some vacant lot and  the church could be used for* a reading  -���������Christie's fresh sodas at 85 cents per  in at Speers.  Weber & Oole have moved their new  tailor shop to the Grady building.  ���������Let us figure on your furniture requirements.   O. O. S.  Joseph Trombley was baptised on  Tuesday by Father John.'  ���������Protect your garden ���������with poultry,  wire. In 2 ffe, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths at  Spders' store.  Ctm ***.*.  c������a1CaC1aa> aa^aa,. ^** *^i**:*ic  III  udiauip.  ���������Iron Beds any size, brass   trimmed  $3 00.   C.O.S?  H. S  containing three yolks. He hod better  get ont a 3-in-l trade mark for his  produce.   **1*T.������_       * 4.4-^-3���������'.    ���������4J            ���������-4UU,   .tXVkAAUgO   Ui       A-AlUtS.BUA4      -B    UWW  prepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at the  home of M. R. Palmer. 88-tf  Miss Mona Wells returned Saturday,  fi fiom several weeks-visit at WindcfoaoriB.  ��������� '���������' ' s   ���������.:,?-" '-, '" "��������� .,���������.,���������'���������.  Many of the Indians from the reservation here, who attended the feast of  J;.* Hirpas Chtlotic at Cianbiook rutunimi  lVi.>ud������y and Tuesday.   The foiut wnu  flmId on Sunday, and about COO Iudinns  f iun different parts wero in attondoneo.  :T ils (east has a groat attraction for them  and about font,t tlmo they are willing to  >i- 1 thuii uiOBt troasurod pooncBioiiH if it  ?ih'necessary, to got tho money for train  j| t. im.   During tho day a procession of  tin*   Blessed Sacrament   is held after  wnioh a gun salute is 11 red.  room where for a starter I woulbtYbe'j bain?  willing to put my books for "referanoe  work. In the fall if the *$*oung folks  become interested a store building down  town CGuld bo rented for tha purpose of  game room and gymnasium. If it'were  possible I would like to imve a church  large enough and with rooms enough  to have all this within its structure but  we will have to do the best we can without."  This praotioal suggestion was spoken  by a man who on hn first Sunday here  preached two most orthodox sermons.  When asked his opinion of the movement bu foot to unite the Methodist,  Presbyterian and Congregational churches to form the Protestant church of  Canada he replied, '���������While I believe  such a union would undoubtedly strengthen (he church, I voted against ib for  ������ do not believe the time is ripe for tbe  move. In Creston there is no doubt  that it would be better to have but ono  strong proteBtant oknroli thnn\wo week  ones, but there are many of the older  people in both churches) who would havo  to Hfioriifhu-i some doctrine t.h'iil" if? denrto  thoir'-hearts and could only with reluctance enter noli urab. whoro those doctrines wore not iii vogno. Eventually  the union will oome but probably not,  for eight or ten years."  , Rev, Cnrponter, wifoundtwo children  arrived in Creston Inst Saturday ou tho  noon trniu from tho const. Thoy were  uxpnuUid bVidiiy and would have been  Fred Watson says that they have the  first cro*������ of clover harvests*"' and in the  ^  ^^ ^.      ������������������     ��������� ��������� -~   - ��������� .. w....^. . ^  4.-.o4-_ll���������/l ���������...  1_   Al._l.__J   ,j_V4~    _������     ___  .uonuAOU SUJIIU  IU   IUO AA'OaU.-.AAg&AlD    UA      UUO   ^  the Kootenay Garage's automobiles.  ~BS Sua WAliuun   Ul    OOAIiUOAl    fJlWU-  ers and tea pots at rook bottom prices.  S. A. Speers.  J. Searson saperintendent of bridges  spent Monday inspecting the bridges  about Creston. Ha left orders for the  repair of the sttnoture across Goat river  on the Canyon City road.  ���������You get five per cent discount at  The Cash Stoke.  Mrs. J. Cook Bpentthe first of the  week visiting at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. J. Barratt at Kelson.  ���������We are agentB for Imperial Clothing  The Cash Store.  ���������  Two Catholio Sisters spent Monday  andTaesdav in town soliciting funds  for the hoapital at Cranbrook.  ���������IrsTe  *r tne *xavio"r   xor  "^ons sie%v  Alherfc Wisles of 3S?ew York is here for  ashort visit with his brother, O. P.  Wisier.  Have your clothes cleaned aud pressed  for Sunday. Try us. Creston Gleaning  & Dye Works.  Misses Needham and Johnson spent  Sunday at the home of Mrs! Hunt at  Kitchener.  Good pony for sale, weighs 700 pounds  good driver and saddle' horse. Inquire  of A. Mirabelli.  Fred Ooffee and family were guests  for a few days the first of the week at  the George Johnson home.  ���������"Suy.iyour fishing tackle from our  big assortment of lines.   S. A. Speers.  Mr. and Mis. O. P. Wisler's and  Glean M- Wisler returned Sunday from.  a visifat Stettler, Alto. ��������� Mr. - Wisler's  mother came back with them.  C. E. Howard while fishing down the  Goat River, got marooned on an Island  AAO  AAAAAA JofAVAAVLAdtA.   AIAA      A.AAO ACIAAAAAVA    Gil     A*.       XOg  which floated on down stream leaving  him to his own resources to get, back  co shore.  Harry Leonard returned Wednesday  from a three days fishing trip at Sanca,  31C. He might have done better had  he stayed nearer to Creston.  ���������Small orders for jaruifcute have  the same attention with ns as large orders. O. O. S.  Miss Ida Gunn is ad Nelson undergo-  ing several operations whioh are expected to releive her of he; laZu6u6**s.  Mrs. W. H. Johnson went  to Cranbrook Tuesday to meet; her daughter,  Mrs. Heron and grand, daughter, whov  are on their way to Oreston from  the  Old CjnS3Xttv.  ���������Place your order for Preserving Pine  Apples at Sneers.  J,  \jx*zx**s j^iOOi*? StJLlli. ������, ���������hlstwi."*' iv I*aD'njTiPn vntcii-  terday from a visit at Kaslo.  ���������A good form in Alberta. 70 acres  improved and 26 acres in crop. Good  house and stable, 2 good wells. Wonld  trade for land near Creston, also 42 aores  in the town of Kenora, Ont., would  also trade for land near Creston, apply  to the City Bakery, Oreston, B. C.  iiifftiiuifiu Aiarr-Tii-M  $30,000 LAST ������  75,000 THIS W\  Fruit Growers Preparing  For Bigger Season  Than Ever  Creston has now  reached a stttj^e'  VKhere its growth as a frait centre cAw -  more than be seen.   Five .years ago,  the few ranchers in the valley who  had fruit to ship, did not have more ~  than five or six crates for the market  at a time*   But as each year passed  cleared and set out to fruit until this  year 75,000 fruit trees alone "wereput.  out.   More trees are coming into heasr- ,  ing each season while the older ones  bear more heavily, until at  present ���������'  carloads are becoming: the unit..      * '*  TI ���������-.-.���������. ���������U    ���������     s. '           -  "v.vio oviwc wwtJs.-eaJKUl.-es  Will   me  I  probably more interesting thah words.  Accoi-duig to the report of the sejee  agent of the Fruit Growers Association, in 1911 produce xnns. Vinniilecl l>v'  the organization to the amount of  $16,514.65. This wajs:$12,000 more than  was handled during 1910.  "Allowing,$7000 for the amount of  produce shipped Ly independent  ranchers, and something over $5000  for home consumption,* both ot which  are conservative, estimates, the total  value of produce grown in-the valley  last year amounted to about *|30,000.  This year which promises, to be ex>.  *��������� ���������''���������iwa  >;^|3i  r-38  >?������a  I  ^Ai~.~1~    C���������.-  ���������For Sale, two hives of bees,  also  quantity of bee supplies. J. Compton.  Hugh Taylor spent Sunday and Monday visiting in Sirdar.  Get our price on No. 1 Timothy Hay.  Just unloaded.   S. A. Spoors.  Fred   Rykman of Cranbrook  spent  i ���������*  Saturday with his mother here.  C. O. S., SIGNAFIBS CRANBROOK.  CO-OPERATIVE STORES  BOYS. ATTENTION  hern will be a meeting of nil tho boyn  [I 11.>ieiited,in tho Boy Scout movomout  on tJuturdny ovouliij. at7:U0 nt Bunoos  hull.   A reorgaulKfttl u b* planned.  hero thou had they nob boon delayed by  \i_i . ���������  tho vvreok at Siilmon uriu onused by a  bond on collision of freight and cattle  traiiiH.   Tbb   IiuUoh Aid find a warm  dinner prepared for thorn on both Fii-  ib������y and Saturday.  TO BE Nl Gil CITY  Mr. J Y. MoGookin, Profibvfcorltin  a- Wlonary of Moyle will' toaupy the  pal pit ot tho l'loobytorinu obnrch on  ���������iiii.i(iy morning..  Mr. John McGooklu, Prosbyterlan  misslonaiy at Moyle is ln^Oreston for a  few days this week taking his MoGlll  university oxnmlnntlono under Rov,  Blake, the presiding examiner for this  district.  .*."���������<���������������������������  ~,The bent in paints and varnishes.  Bapco Paint and Berry Bros., Varnishes  for solo nt Spoors.  Daring tbe absence of the Vicar of  Christ church, the services will be in  charge of Dr. Primrose Wells. It will  be remembered that he is a licensed Lay  reader under the Bishop of New Westminster, and a Master of Arts of the  tt_j ,. , ..a, /*...���������.i..^.a.._ rnu_    ___*..������  AJUlVOrOlli^'  vlj.VtUUUUUIlO. J,UO > AUVAU-  ing seryioe will be discontinued except  on the 1st Sunday in the month when  there is Holy Com amnion. At tbe evening service wo hear that Dr. Wells intends to give short addresses on the  Bible and Modorn Discoveries.  ��������� We prepay freight on a.l orders over $15,00.   O. 0. S.  W. H. Holuios, of the Ouuudiuu Bank  of Commerce liaB boon transferred to  Cranbrook. He loft Sunday for that  plaoo. Many Orouton pooplo will miss  "Irish's" dry humor.  ���������LinolGauii, mado in Glangow C5o a  sq. yd.   O. C, S.  xvANTiCD, to rout a pl-.no for tho  una ,m of .Tnlv nnd A������ii->i������t A./<H������.r.,.n  W. ���������.,. oaroof Review.  A now town nlto loonted nerir tho  railro-ul bridge uoroHH tho Goat Rivor  Canyon is boon to bo put on tho mnrkot  ii. ���������>,,!!   ,.., "i,v   in,,   mhiiih ii,    . mny,,,, > ,ii,v,  A side track nnd a piiH������ing{trank aro now  under constrnoti iu and whon thoy aro  The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian ohuroh will hold a strawborry  and ioo oroam Boolal on Thursday tho  20th,  ���������Men's working slioon, #1,00 at Mir*  iibiimuM  Lou Faulkner ^of Canyon City  wont  to Cranbrook llouday.  ���������Boroi-o I hud u llooubo 1 aold bhoou  with a profit of 10 por cout now I mako  5 por cent.   A, Mirabolll, Shoomnkor.  completed a dopot will be built. This! Mi������i. W. A. MoMurtrle returned Bat-  will liMoome tin* Mlilnning <*)oint for tho urday from a short bat pleasant visit at  Onuvon Cltv Lnmber Cnmnanv. I'KT4%1������.������������  L. H. May, of Nolson, subool inspector for the Ynilr Distrlot,  spoilt a few  am #** 'r *S)****������4I* ���������  ��������� V������W������j4l������������  FOR   IMMIQDIATE   SALE ��������� Ono  ! milch cow, ft joftin old, two gallons  a  Mium *PHoa *4*K       Annlv Ohnn.  WffWvrn  With the object of making a recognizance of the alternate routes for -the  Canadian Highway, between Creston  and Trail via Nelson and Kootenay lake  H. G. Randlesome of the firm Cleveland  i  & Cameron of Vancouver who are "in  charge of the preliminary work on the  road in this province, left Oreston last  Saturday for Trail,  He and Mr. Cleveland have just coim-  pleted the inspection of the other route  over Summit pasB, They will make no  statements until after they have gone  over the lower route.  Mr, Randlesome now intends to make  a thorough recognizanoe of the suggested route from Trail through Erie, Salmo and Ymir to Nelson and next he  will travel over, tho seoond alternate  route from trail to Nelson via the Co*  lumbia rivers.  When these investigations havo boon  completed Mr. Randlesome will travel  ever tho proposed route botviecs. Nelson  and Oreston along tho west arm nnd  east shore of Kootenay lake.  Although the engineers on thol_ last  visit here would mako no statement,  Whon hero before Mr. Randlesome expressed the opinion that tho route via  Nelson wonld be of greater norvloe to  the public than the road ovor tho Bum  mifc bocauso It runs through a moro populated country.  While a road oould probably bo built  over the summit at loss expense tha-q,  the long way, old tlmors nay thnt snch  n rond oould bo mod but noonple month,  In tho year. Although thoro was less  snow on the mountaniH thin winter thnh  usual, two weeks ago tho engiuoer found  lt impossible to get ovor tho pans with  a pnolc train. This wonld mean nndnr  usual oonditiouH that automobiles wonld  bo unable to uue the rond until possibly  late ln July, so it is to ho anttolpatod  that tho lower route will be the ono  rthnaon.  VCOiUUgAj      AJlUAt/AlAAI,      I/1XB    tZGlX&Cttl^ 4C331.I-  ,   _.V_J ^   ���������"..-���������������������������������   -, 'i.1 '  '     "  '  mates. of, thV amo-^t^of?|r^ii riu-4ol,  about three tunes that of last yeaR  The most conservative   estimate   as.  < i  made by Mr, Timmons, the sales agent  of the Fruit Grower������ Union, is about  $45,000. This io what is expected to be1  handled by the Union. Home con-'  sumption and independent shippers  will easily bring this up to $75,000  The Fruit Growers Union have ordered a number of carloads of crates  to accomodate the fruit this season.  Here-to-for carload lots of knocked  down boxes were unknown to Creston..  The first of this week a car, of strawberry, raspberry and currant boxes  were received and before the order is  complete 1100 more boxes must come.  Already over half of those received  have been removed from the storeroom.  !S  timvM  ti.ziMA  ������������������.������������������������������������'-#������������������1  .,-,',\''&'.j  A large number of Orange Lodges  will attend the 13cb of July celebration  at Nelson. The Orangemen of Oreston  are running a Bpeolal train and boat returning the same day. Return fair will  bo about $2.00,  Tho Britioh Archaeological uocioty  have mado an appropriation for tho excavation of the ancient olty of Urlooni-  am near Shrewsbury whioh has been  bnriodsluoo its destruction by assault  and firo 400 A. D. The work in to be  started this rammer,  wiir ijiTii|Jirij_i ni ,.'���������,"#  ���������We oloan everthing, Oreston Clean-  and Dye works. '  Mrs. W. H. Brown, gavo a dolightfnl  inusionl program nt hor home Wednesday afternoon to about a doaen guests.  I liifliur rliMnlf*Ariiruiii*trii\vbAri'iMM'4*rOui'n  on Mr, Browns ranoh, and cream were.  worvod.  I     '.n.  I I  Mr"   Ti"*   WAHniUri������-4iA������������ 4m mv������v������fmr>.������ m frnmr  I ^ImW4* llH   BIT4a1������4%W4 4>t.lto    WM,4A4hV*  ���������K9S3  E*,K:.������S*������WjWJl������r,,������*i-.  ���������A  ���������MUM,  a*w*HMiaiWii-m*MiiHi4  an  i!^mmmmmmmimmmwmiammaauMmaimmmmt  ^^^^^"mrmm^^'^^^^^^^i  mmmm^m  mmmsss  saasagxmma  mm  iWi THE   CRESTON   EEYIEW,   CRESTON, _ B. C.  &?;������������������-.-  ?,-;-'  '���������/  .1: ��������� '  |'v -  V-?  ziti  ' ,   T  tuonuuuea..'  ...-;  Very good.     I am going out to -;e-  ���������a .-friend aiid I shall be'back as soon  ���������as p*--"sible.      1 suppodt- "i you had a j terms,  we  really   are  a teis"������rram from Absalom caring you  naok to Loudon, you wouUl disapyuar  witnout any��������� trouble."  "Certainly sir, and very glad to go.  You see 1 have never been in a his  house like this hefore, and it makes  all ths difference. But I'll do my bes*.  to save your servants from, knowing  who I am and what I am doing at  Haredale  Park."  7-"|' a_ir.ost tinpl*_asa������t  shock  this morn.   e���������,.r,T,wMa  ������'uig.      It has to do with those peoolc  [Absalom & Co. They tell me you hav������  transferred my dcot to them.    I can't  (understand  is "  Copley shooiv his head as he motioned his visitor to a chair. He  passed o\er the cigars to Sir George  :and sat down to listen in an attitude  of lespectiul attention.  '    "Mo, you wouldn't understand- those '  things." he explained.     "It is only the  man   of  hard   business   training   and  instinct  who   can   follow   the   ramifi-  cationfe of modern finance.      Finance  lis a fascinating sport with substantial  gams foi the successful man, but  Heaven help him who fails. lie ic;  hound to go to the wall and no one  has the slightest mercy for him. It  is almost a truism to say that we are  at war with one another. We are  ready to cut one another'}* throat.--,  and though outwardly we are on good  the    bitterest  known for sunburn,  heats rashes, eczema,  sore feet*, stings ana  ������listers,   A skin foo������*!  - Mi Druggists and Stares.���������Z0g.  enemies. It is part of the iramo. I  go and stay with other financiers and  they cow* e and stay with, me We  ���������5rink each other's wine and smoke,  each other's cigars. We share grouse  moors and "'yachts, we evei marry  each other's daughters. But at the  same time, it is everybody for himself.      That is one of the. recognized  Possiuiv-the speaker had some hope ���������*es   and if you go under you must  ���������,- ������.Hio ���������������������.������io������������������������- ���������7������������������.������ "��������������� iaa"--- n't   whine,-'     \ou   may   then   hecome  that, this complacency wouia not leave  him poorer than it found him, and in  his sanguine way, Sir George was already settling in his mind the size of  the tip he would give this fellow after  he had seen Copley and made arrange  a clerk or something of that kind,  unless ��������� you ��������� prefer to blow out your  brains.. It;'is-ail .the...-'same in tho  city?.   I tell you this, so that you may  tnents  to  get  rid  of   him.   Neverthe- imS^?Whe^ ������Ue  embarks lu  a  At.  iiev.'  DOGS OF THE YUKON ?  They are Born Fighters, Inveterate  Thieves, Seme-times CowardSH?  Dogs in Alaska are of all? breeds  and sizes, the most common being  the maiamute or native des, says a.  writer in the Wide World Magazine.  The word "male-mute" is an Indian  word,.-meaning Eskimo and is applied  to both dogs and natives. The maiamute is of the wolf strain���������in fact,  the hest of the breed are half wolf.  .They'evince all the characteristics'.'of  the.--wolf,- both in appearance and in  ���������manners.  Owing to,his wolf like fur, the maiamute can easily stand the extreme  Alaskan cold. He Is a born fighter,  an inveterate thief and somewhat of  How Rome Wa^, Saved  How are you on ancient history, in-  ���������quheu th-e Wood Street man;  i     Fine, declared the sage Of    Smith- j  field Street.      Ask me anything you 1  want to know, - , j  I was trying to recall tbe facts  about those geese that cackled and  thus saved Rome.  I remember the episode. You see  Rome was a very rich city in ancient  days, filled with gold and precious  stones. Some invaders had gathered  ed in hopes of getting big loot.  I see.  But when they heard the. geese  cackling they thought they'd bett������r  grab the geese ami. lei tho, gold go.  The cost of living was just as high  then as it is now.  I comprehend. i ���������  They mode ofT with the' geese and  thus Rome was saved.  understand wh&t a lot of enemies one, a  coward,   for  he  will  seldom   fight  less the master of Haredale was really dic*: essed? and alarmed as he made  his ���������=���������*���������*���������*/ across the fields to'. Seton  Manor. Perhaps Copley might not  be back from London till dinner-time.  But Copley was there. He was in  the stable-yard talking to Foster as  Sir George  approached.  "Here he comes," said, Foster with  a grin. "I thought he wouldn't be  Very long. It is any odds that Absalom's man fe in possesion already  singly against a lone adversary. The  is a mistake to imagine  maiamute .'while well able to withstand  "eiiuure-  that all tbe money the successful man  makes comes from the public. Every  time I make a quarter of a million,  some.-of my friends must suffer. 1  have a very big thing on at present an l  thought I had guarded myself at a������l  points. But man is only human and  it is impossible to forsee everything  Two.-.of iuy cleverest friends spotted  the   weak  point   in   my   armour   and  >ur ,��������� were not slow to taae tueir oppOi-  friecd looks rather dejected doesn't it unity. They, squeezed-, ma. to'such'an  lie? Now is your time to cinch th" [extent that about a fortnight ago, they  business-" *      ivery nearly crushed the life Xs-ut of me  Copley   smiled   in  his  turn. S altogether.      t' was compelled to find  "That's all right," he said. "I don't j something like forty thousand pounds  think we are likely to have much j at. a few hGurs' notice. The only  /trouble with SirYGeorge." 'people I could think of were Absalou  \.  ?Ka.  ar fcllcsv if I  "nai-in't  CHAP'TEER XXIX  Acting the Friend j done so I  should have been in the  Copley turned to his visitor with an j Bankruptcy Court today. And now Ab-  air of surprise..Re held .out his handjeajojn ������ Co., in their turn, are being  with  an  appearance of great friend- j icqueezed and that is why they are put-  liness and began to talk about horses jtssg -jiressare upon you.  \& Co.. and I transferred your debt to j breakfast soori after they got on the  as it nothing out of tne common, uau j    "Tfaeu   you  bappened.  "I am sorry I have been unable to  see you," he said. "But I have been  AA���������A>.        AA.O .  Sir  George said blankly.  "My ���������'.-dear Si*-- Geortze. I am afraid  not. It is with great regret I say  deradfully harassed and worried overS.hlsY In two or three weeks I shall  business matters. I Tcnow it is the|De jn funds and if you will wait till  belief ot you country gentlemen thatj������j,eI^ why I shall give you my cheque  capitalists like myself have as much jWjth pleasure. At the moment I  ready money as we can do with-",nave--notbtng- In a month's time I  Never, my-dear Sir George, was there 'snail have a fortune at my disposal  a greater mistake. There areJBut nrobablv these people won't wait."  times when I would give-oneof m��������������� . ..Then ,_ am ruiaed- sir George es-  ���������ears ior a thousand pounds in hara t . ,, ,  i see, everything we have' CIS*miea-  the cold, does not seem-to have the  same order of intelligence asYls displayed by the outside dog, ������h������J tbe  best dog for Alaska would seen*?tb he  a mixture of the two strains.: ?:;?���������  S mall dogs, such as fox; terrierslare  a rarity Iri Alaska, for i a that country a -dbg is valuable In exact proportion to the amount he can pull.  A slei&h dog will weigh anything  from 30 to 150 pounds, theaverage  belsg about 51"? Viounda^  Dogs In Alaska, when on the trail,  are fed once a day after the day's  work'Is done. They are never fed  In the morning, for If they were they  would be lassy all day, or, what is  more probable, would vomit up their  casn.  xou  ia locked up, andl bankers are so  chary of speculative securities. Of  course, it comes all right in the long  run, but really, for some few days  matters, have been extremely critical.  However, I managed to make a satisfactory arrangement last, night, and  came "home dead tired with the full  intention of not going near the city  for two or three days. I hope there  is nothing amiss with you. I don't  suppose there is- Ah, you want to  be in my line to know what anxiety  is "  "I think I've a pretty fair idea of  it," Sir George said as he shook  hands. "You have been good  enough to advise me once or twice,  and I thought I wonld come over  this morning and consult you about a  worry of my owfi. I came on tho  off-chance and esteem myself fortunate to find you at home,"  "Oh, not at all, not at all." Copley  trnld breezily. "In fact I was coming  to sec you. My conscience has been  pricking "ie as far aB you are concerned, and, Indeed, I feel I have been  very rude. But come into the library and tell me all about it. I'll  help you If I can."  "You  are exceedingly    good,"    Sir  Gcorgo said gratefully.      "I hnve had  In the Growth  of Corn  thcre'B a period whon the kernels uro plumped out \vlth a  vofiotriblo milk, most nutritious.  As the corn ripens the "milk"  hardens, and finally bocomos almost flinty.  Copley murmured that it looked very  much; like iu Tie made no suggestion  at all. He was waiting for Sir George  Haredale to realize bis position. That  done it would be easy to play his  game successfully.  For a time Sir George paced up and  down the library. He cursed himself  ������ nd his bad fortune, blamed Chance,  bemoaned his cruel ill,luck; in fact,  like the weak man he was, he blamed  everything except the headlong folly  and short-sighted blindness  had brought all this about. And, in  the meantime Copley sat letting his  fish play until his strength was exhausted and he could readily be  drawn to land. It-was a one-sided  battle.  ���������Ts there nothing you can suggest?"  Sir George cried despairingly. "Is  there no way of getting delay?"  Copley made no reply for a time.  When at length be spoke he dropped  his voice to a persuavlve whisper.  "Well, there Is one method," he said.  -"'Absalom iB a sportsman and he takes  a great interest in racing matters.  Between ourselves, he finances some of  the swell bookmakers, and I understand has a grip upon some of the  large commission firms. If you  could show him a way to make thirty  or forty thousand pounds on a race  like the Derby, you might induce him  to withdraw his execution for a  month. Though he is in a corner,  or he wouldn't have dropped on you,  the information I speak of would he  worth a sacrifice."  "I don't follow you," Sh* George  said.  (To bo Continued^  trail.      Dogs, to work well,must be  well fed.. ,  They get a variety of foouts,'..-including rice, tallow, corn meal, and "fish.  If rice or corn meal forms; a part  of their food it must be cooked. Some  men prefer to feed their dogs... on? bacon, or fish, thus doing awa^^wlth  cooking.  'Ihe Yukon sled, while not a thing  of beauty is built to stand all kinds  of hard wean The ated Is about  eight feet long. Is made of any kind  of hard wood, lies close to the ground,  costs from $10 to $14, and makes a  trail 16 inches in width? Another  pattern is known as the basket sleigh  and is to the Yukon sleigh, what a  three-masttid schooner is; to ''a coal  barge. In length it Is from eight to  fifteen feet, is made of birch, oak, or  hickory, cuts a-trail 22 Inches in  width, costs frqjn $40 to $2000, is  raised a foot or more * from' the runners, and, in the. best examples, is  lashed together with rawhide.  The basket sleigh, as its name implies, is fitted with a basket, Into  which the load is placed, and from  the back of the. basket a pair of han-  ��������� to-iy- ^ aie8 project to be used in guiding the  WaaICaI sieQ on the 'trail. In. vei-y^ cold  weather wooden runners are best, but  in ordinary circumstances steel or  brass runners are used.  Sand  Song*, tn the  Desert-  In the North African desert at some  times in the year a curious phenomenon can be heard,  it is the song of the sands.  No one can say whence this song  comer.,  but  it  is  duo to  atmospherical conditions.      *  There arc two distinct sounds: onq  is like the wind tn telegraph poles,  the other like tbe after-reverberation  of a big striking clock.  During the time the "song of the  sands" can be heard some of the sand  dunes when troddon on give out a  hollow, bell-like sound, and where the  surface of the deserfTis covered with  sandstone a tinkling noise is 'heard  when thiR ia trodden on.���������London  Answers,       ������*.  With characteristic thoroughness  the Germans have devised a real  burglar proof safe, so cleverly 4 designed that' it will baffle even the  burglars who work with the latest  of oxygen and acetylene blowpipes. It  Is called the carrousel, or 'rounda-  bcut safe.'  lt exnibit** a polygonal steel struc-  tu'.-e revor������AA>,s Srcaly c-n ball bearings.  It is built into a wall, and when the  outer door ts clOBed a small electromotor Is set in motion, whereupon  the safe starts revolving ceaselessly  and noiselessly on its axis within its  stone chamber.  Any .tampering; with Its motions  c&ijsss an'alarm bel! , t*> ring. So  long'as the safe continues to revolve  the blowpipe can have no effect upon  it, since the flame cannot be applied-  long enough to any particular spot to  make,- as .impressio"n.���������Chicago Tribune. ;?'-'??'  Held Her Audience We!"  Diggs���������My wife is a wonderful - vocalist.      "Why,  I have known her to  hold her audience for hourB���������- ;    :  Biggs���������Get out!  Diggs���������After .which she would lay  it in the cradle and rock it to Bleep.  MAD 8  8N CANADA  WHOLESOME  SJ^JCENI  CONTAINS NO ^iHi  ALUM  Holes In Her Stockings  The eternal feminine crops out in  the current story of the nervous woman to whom the throat specialist,  while adjusting a larscope, ��������� preparatory to an examination, remarked.  Madame, you'd be surprised to hear  how far down we men.see with this  wonderful instrument.  A pause followed, and then the patient faltered:  Doctor, before you begin, perhaps I  ought to tell you that I really hadn't  time to mend the holes In my stockings before I came here.  Her expression of concern over appearances was as instinctive as tbat  of the tidy New Engl und mother who  rushed from the kitchen into the hall  alter a crash, and enquired if any oil  bad been spilled on the carpet, when  her daughter tell down the front stair**,  with a kerosene lamp. .  a. Real Meat Baby     Y  Small Bessie had ?been taken in to  see her new baby brother for the first  time..--"' ". '-' ���������'*"' Y    ?;'.>-' ?    :    -���������������������������':  How do you like? him, asked papa.  Fine, replied Bessie.   I was getting  tired of sawdust dolls; and I'm glad  we've got a real meat one at last.  A Successful Hunter  Been hunting?  -   Yep. -.-.'���������..;���������  Kill anything?  Nope,  couldn't  get a  guide  to  go  with me- '?'-..''' ' ��������� *���������  Tho Kaiser's Daughter  Before setting out for Vienna and  Venice, William H, Emperor of Germany awaited at Berlin for his daughter, whom ho calls his 'best boy.' She  whom he calls his "best boy.' She  returned from Switzerland, where she  made, according to the official version, a sojourn for her health. The  gossip of the German court says thie  was really a lark to escape from the  presence of the Grand Duke of  Mecklenburg-Strelitz, to whom they  wish to marry h"er without her consent. The Emperor and Empress  were at the station when she arrived.  Hardly had tbe train, stopped when  the Princess hastily descended from  the coach, and throwing herself impetuously into the arms of her father,  exclaimed. "I will not marry him."  The Emperor, smiling enigmatically  responded: "I shall occupy myself  with this alliance after the others."  It is now said that this marriage  can never take place, as the Grand  uuke has witimiavvii from ths field.  The ICa!11?"'!?^" ta������-e������ thfi Princess  to Italy, and travel -sometimes  changes on*?*s ideas���������Le Crl de" Paris.  The Poet'  The poet sang of sparkling rills  And    bursting    buds * and - counti*>  lanes  And violets and daffodils  And sweet, refreshing April rains,  All muffled up *aud having chills,  t\.ru} doped with seven kinds of pills.  He sat where femoke and fog were*  thick,  And looking from his window where-  It furnished .little light or air,  _Shw but a wall composed of brick  And as he looked and as he wrote.  A lump' rose ln the poet's throat.  >   For be was weak aad sad and side  I fear, he said beneath his breath  That I am doomed to starve to death  Unless I sell thiff mighty quick.    .  Therefore  tbe  poet wrote away.  Of promises tbat spring fulfills,  And bravely let his fancy stray  To glaaness over distant bills.  S. E.  Kiser,'  iiome Repartee  Scoffing Man���������You suffragettes  ought, to live in those European countries where women and donkeys-  hitched together draw heavy loads.  Then you'd be of some use.  Suffragette���������Are you married?  Scoffing, Man-���������Of course.  Suffragette���������Evidently .the custom  you mention is not confined to foreign countries.���������Judge.  *Hs Qi*>  Napper���������-Jones is so visionary! Nobody takes any stock In his schemes.  ; Snapper  (gloomily)���������I did.���������Judge.  Where He Must Fall  T believe the man who loves deep  enough can actually accomplish any  thina- within human possibilities-  No.      There's one tiling within human .possibilities that he can't do.  What, if I may ask?  Kc*ep Irom seeming ridiculous to other-people.  Do **ou think it is possible to mako  an airship absolutely safe?  Sure, replied the mechanician.  HowV  Disable Jt before it gets a chance t-*  leave tho ground���������Washington Star.  Gen. Horace Porter, who was am*  bat-M-trioi   to  France  during  the  Mc--  Kinley   administration,   has    always  been icdemana as as aiier-diuuor ������>������-  tertainer���������tbat term being less deadly than "speaker," more nearly exact  and eminently fitting.  '    The  general- was  giving  an illustration  of everyday diplomacy after  havinj-,- compared it with world diplomacy.  "We  will say,  ior instance,  ������e observed, that our everyday wiseacre is-  tntroduced to a man from Iowa.     H������*������-  talks corn with him.      He .meets a=~  man from Boston and talks beans.  Should he happen to be thrown in  the combined company or a man from?.  Iowa and a man from Boston he would  discuss succotash.���������Chicago Pest.  They Don't Speak Now  - WL*.at   nonsense   all  this  is   about -  men geting on their knees when they  propose,   said   Mrs.   Parslow   to   her-  dear f riend.     My husband didn't uo-  any such absurd thing. '  He did when he proposed to mc,  said the dear friend, without thinking- ��������� . ^m  **5  Post  Toasties  Are mado  from this hard  part  of choice Holoctcd corn.  It k*. carefully cooked; troat-  ed with miffar and salt; rolled  into iii In bin*,; then toasted to  an appetizing brown���������without a  hand  tcuclilii.2 tho  food.  li. ha.-, l-'-'-u - 'i'd ih'i? Wi:-t  Toast lo*'. ar'������ tli" most dollclniiH-  ly lliiv.,ri'i| pariicb'H of im-k'uI  food y,.i-  produced.  Si.'nu If In distress because the rice  crop will be only 10 per cent, of tho  normal yield.  "Dysentery corrodes tho Intpstlnrs  'nnd speedily eats away the llnlur.,,  jiii'inglus about dangerona conditions  ; that may cause death. Dr. ,T. D.  : KellogR's Dysi'iitcry Cordial clears tho  j intent Uml canals of tho germs Hint.  JcniiRo tho inflammation, and by pro-  1 todiui* the lining from further rav-  jnpoR roHtoreK llicni lo hi.'UiUiy i-ww  lilition. Those Hiibjoct t.o dysentery  jblioiild not. bo without this simple yet  powerful rtinedy.  One oan rend or  up' n trial-  fin     opinion  "The Memory Lhwerit"  GCLS   SY  C-K< ������'������������������������- h,s  Mado by  Cnnadiri",   1'oHuin   .Vn:il   t'orn-  pauy,   Ltd.,   Vviiiukhi.  iin'.iiiu,  Cited an Exception  A religious worker, whil**-visit Ing  a .Western town, gave a "Talk for  Men?* during the course of which  h'������ fvpro'-fif I hi i conviction that no  young man Hboiild vi������it any pbicn io  wblf.1i ho would not fool jiirdllb'd In  tHi'ing  liia  own  sister.  I1.*   ih"t*o   imy   young   man   proiiont  who tlilnks one may wifely dlnrfiKni'd  i thin  v/Iko  nili'V  uhkwI  tho Hpeiit'er.  I      WhopMipoii ti  youth  In  the  rem* of  1 tb" hull i.l.ood  up and  mild iu u loud 1  , Htonioriiui   lone:   -      .  |    y<"<. <sir      i (io. -* j  s! ami) ui,.i', ..'.,, i!, jii.'.r.ilftl t|u. tm-'v*' j  iiinl i' irprlsed lipiMiker, l!( tin' pllien |  ,.;,...'., .,,/.[ yninv'oli' ''-fnild UiluU r,l' '  vliiiiin������ *<i whiidi ".on i:iiulil not take ���������  your 'ilHtcr? j  Tin*    |i;ii'b������T'n      iiliop,      replied      liii(  Minard's  Liniment, the  Lumberman's!  Friend.  Prolonging Human Life  Tho astounding and gratifying fact  is claimed that in the last half century an avorago of twelve years litis  been added to the period of human  llfo. Since the first actunl records  worn taken Ih Now York city in tho  middle of the '60's the rate of mortality has been reducod from thirty-  live deaths In each (.housauil Inhabitants to about, fifteen or sixteen, This  reduction has resulted from the control of Infectious dlioriFiOtf. The **nv-  lug thus mado rolatcs only to the  period of llfo under IiO years, Thero  la no Raving knowledge regarding  the organic dlsoiW'H of iidvancliiB  yearn, which afflict hspeelnlly IIioho  who havo boon active in affairs nnd  who aro taxed with large ronpoiiHlbli-  Itlcs,���������Christian Herald.  Vi/. n. u. 'J.  ��������� imi,,:  ii"  ,i -   'i,  t'i'  7 ., ��������� | ,:nn  l.l: I    j ' .11,  ��������� ii"!' "i r-i 11 i,i u.c iii ii i>  i'i|i|i..| Kl'tii'Wiin ',���������'  ��������� i:    '.iiri'i ,, -.������!   of   (!'.l,'"'J.'i  The .1av,'hon������** of n iry n whli-li wiih  found not. long age near Heidelberg,  Oermuny. la mippoHed lo iuive biiun  L'00,000 yoara old.  i l ss in  r 11 -1 -   ��������� '���������"~ ii -       mi .   ._   They Make Good  whb keep themselves in fine  physical condition. Regular  bcwciE n.otiv*** k'ulnevN ami  livcr> good digestion, and  a greater natural vigor follow  the timely une of the reliable  }&XjLXxm&\m**mm,m%lxmMU*mB  ������������������,^j-, w mm,  ms.   jvim  tt-.        il* M4a,.AW������u,   J  4..   l.OKl:-,   iCl"  BABY'S OV^N TABLETS  A MOTHER'S STANDBY  Mrs. Wm. Kernaghan, Cartwrlght,  Man.,, says: "I always use Baby's Own  Tablets and find them ail excellent  remedy for little ones." Thousands  of other mothers say. the same thing  simply because they huve found tbe  Tablets the host medicine to give their  little ones to make teething eat-y; to  expel worms; relieve constipation and  to make baby plump, liculthy an.i  strong- The Tablets are sold by  meiUch'.e dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box. from .The Dr. Williams!  Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  Priaon Habits  For ten years past, said tho <new  boarder at the seaside, my habits have  boon tegular as clockwork.  i runt- u.i LV.c stro!:? '>f *-'v, hnlf an  hour Ictor I sat. at. breakfast; at hoy on  I was at work, dined at, twelve, ate  supper at six, and was in bed at half  pant nine, ato only solid food, and  hadn't a single Illness all that, time."  Dear mo, said tho landlady, in ������yni-  pathetic tonctj, and what were you In  for?  WOMAN'S XRIAJLS,  The foardeoB a womaa- has to carry through We are many hot they con be  lightened if ������ho will turn to Dr. Pieroc'o Favorite Prescription. A soothing and  strengthening nervine��������� subduing nervous excitability, prostration, hysteria, hpt-  fiashea and the many symptoms whieh may be caused by distressing ills peculiar  to woEa*-**., For those "* dragSiog-down" paios ������r distress and for the derangements and irregularities the " Favorite k?re������erii>tioa " baa bsd many thousisn-ie ofr  tesHmoniels from people living in every part of America. .^ot������^.,���������f������^a,"t:  thing to 0very avQtaea is that this medicine is made- ������.Oaa. ���������������c:~^.t nss-*.o:t*-a. kkks.  without the us*b of alcohol, narootios, or any injurious e&enta. Full list o������ Mtfeo>  ents given on bottle-wrapper and swem to by Dr. R. V. Pierce���������who is President  * of the Invalids'  Hotel and Surgical   Institute, at  Buffalo,  N. Y.   Every woman is invited to write to this Institute and  receive  confidential   and   sound  medical   advice,  entirely {7  without cost from one who makes the diseases of wome������  *"l can cheerfully recommend your remedies, especially-  your4 Favorite Prescription,' for all female disordere������"jy*rite������ ^  Mws. M. M. Mobbk-Uj. of Bluff City, Tenn., Eoute 21 ."During  the past seven years 1 suffered from polnsJn the pacK ano  ovaries. Tried many remedies but found only -t-g.bMeniv  relief until I was persuaded by a friend to try Dr.# Pierce a-  Favorite Prescription. After giving this remedy a fair trial.  I found that it would do just whr.t it is recommended.ta  do. I used in all sovon bottles. I cannot speak too.highly  of Dr. Pierce's remedies for all female derangements."  ������.% fierce* Mzivaaeni JF>c!!s������s������������Syi������f> ������**r ilia.  Mns. MorrbUa.  ri  Evening Things up  WMint did Mra. Klosoman give you  for cutting her grunti? asUed Toiuui>'h  moth or.  Nothing, replied Tommy..  Why, ulin promised you 10 cents,  dlil'l. sho?  You, but I lined her Blchlo to do 11  wll.li, und hIio charged nui 10 cinta  for tho u*o oi It.���������Catholic Standard  and TlmoH.  I.ord   Uoboborry,   la   a   Tjoiulon   ;id-  dre.sM  on   luhorcnlosls, an Id  Hint,  preventive   ntoiiHiiroH   had   reducod     tlie  mortality  fi nm  (���������ous'Uiiintlon   In   l^v-  don   by   ;v,l   por  coul..,  butwoon   11101  iml lli(i!>, .utd by I'l par cent. In IOng-  '���������ind and  Waldi1! for the name period. I  Nearly  foriy    thouannd    llvofi    wero I  'lived w'liloh- would havo boon lout under tlio average condltlona of the de- I  cade of 1V71-1������hii. I  Siixi'ii", inih ���������.T,4> k;"i,,o,',;-..itllilK'. 0.' !  rtt.iino'.'.i'aplii'i'n wiih a total ���������mutiIiuciiI [  .isvom iir.,i-,    >i;,(iii;i   iii.'-iiitn'i-:i.  Gas Engine Oil  gives the best lubrictation possible, alike in kerosene,  gasoline and gas engines. Keeps its body nt high temperatures.    Equally good for external bearings.  Mica Axle Grease  saves power and fuel in your tractors. The b������sfc  known, most liked axle grease made. ' Never rubs  off.    Never gums.  I  Silver Star  Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine  Gasoline  (n China a  (Inn la linpoaed when a  train   '.h bile,      tjiii'ur cindoni i-h'.'  .".!.,    '.    .'. ...':    '...'.-��������� ���������������������������        i,-*.'.,v   ,,,,iif.,������  I ������<M.'it  in-niiKiiM M-iii-ii a boat  ("omen lui|  "j late   In   lb!''.   i'mu'Hry' -������  N'i,   wlnil   bnjiiieilH'' J  t'liu  1.   j. ..i..i;.; ly ,l,.i'.l<id' ��������� Wu-dilii''    i.  Granite Harvester Oil���������The short cut oil; specially  prepared for use on reapers, binders and threshers.  Greatly reduces friction and wear. Body not affected by  moisture or change of climate  Capitol Cylinder Oil ��������� The very best oil for steam  plants on the farm. Lasts longer and gets more power  from the engine, with less wear, thari any cheap substi-  tittcs; rosin less in the end.  Atlantic Red Engine Oil���������Strongly recommended  for slow and medium speed engines and machinery,  liases tho bearings and lightens the load.  1        4f-\������1       4tT������  .MM, mm,   KM*,   MM% -W -kj������ |  ihe JmpCfACU *Crit4 \*>**&h*ii>*-*>������������?7  ��������� ���������* ���������'jKfs ������*-l  SSB ||Y???Y;-?i?'^  |Y^fi^?"-i??/.s������  ^*&* *''*:-*Z?i[ti[^^  z.;, mcS-t^-^^  )&[$?!iigi'!^^  iv? -.-vm, .,,������,.��������� Y????cbur������^  J "VS-sfe^^v^^n ;?spiti;Yt)f ���������  sant^ee;-;*^  ��������� uay $%tha&������o^  ���������e8tBi$Jishe(a?^S^  ���������%l~n'?a^p^  1|yyy-?yy*?^  "'���������������?& 1^^^^  ?^-:':;:\'.::V^:--:':V:";-::{?..ii0  ���������??i????#??IStwbix$  ?%v;*Y^;^^^^  ^^''titiitiirttiyi^  ?&fa**i^|y^  f*!ftQeB'#t;^  rs*Nai2iTij^^  I^i^-at^b^^  ?dbh?t?ydu?lei6^  0?Beea^&?^  jly,?sli^ftin*i1^  outside of the bag.^Washthgton Star.  ���������m*^M*:^&MfM  Wtiti:^BJiSi^TbLti^^Xi^stS^^I^^^,^. .,...  Vrtth TvOCAI.. jiPPLICATlONS. aa they- cannot react  thoiwat or the disease.    Catarrh la'a blood or coosti-  ..tutlotiia'AiiiHiii^,^  Ir.cerwa rcm<^i(^:YH^  ;i������^Uy.';OTi*.aei**������;S^  !r4rfs<*^.:-;"-Kiai'������;c^  i-toa;^It,;was.T>r������crto  .iM'.',Uk.,^MhU,,'in.-^.M:A^4,/t^-V^::t..'M������.M,n.i.n,- ':-r..'-.i  ,->'���������7,<H���������.���������.''.-.���������.iX^'-,V'������������������'>^V^S",  iSt^&SUYSw 1 ���������������  #11  P|������?Y|^  *SS??'?I?;1;S?^  feY?Y??:?^n^?rat^  KYYrYYYYYYYbuYr'-hlA-il-M  ta this country for-7sars ^  ?lt -*i ;<!pm|iiba^-;i,ii;:;thVfbf^V,tonlca^J^  ,^l*3li,!tKiV^  -muqouai.^miitfacea: '^aid^^p^rf^rG'o-^lJ^tton^t^tlie::!  two-lcsredteats la: wlxat product cucU-wondert^^  Hilts'la������<iutiiig,^^^tanrtu ::Sen'dn'lor:',te8tirabulals,;:tfte;:^  :;.l'.,.:-'"; .:-:--..-?.���������'--���������,l---:.-m... -T.::;4^CT^1.rT������V,.-.-jfJ:'.4!H^-:.;^A^^. .,^y.lnj<<.^-.4\'.-  ������'?&iirJ&������hK^  "'-'~3������^l:*H*tfr*J'"!?i*!&^,3!''J,������ ���������;s,.i--,-{- >J*  ^er������f^^  ';iqi$$a&^  WS  -jt'2 Ai-Vs*-.--"/ "-SC- fi Cr^-^sr^S^TSi^Sr^i^ -"s'^s^'s!J^Kaa'^������-SA^W'-4������fiAi J^-^iM-Bfra^ii. ^sp j? -Jma i  :'.'?#.^v;:^  ���������^,,jf.,���������n.i. . .in,  'in .,';;.,?#.i/$vm.m.vn?nmm~m* '.,.!''?!l>'*'.!rC.|,?.l'l!l.l^.lw!j,1"' *'"!" ' Vi  L.'l-.'.-V..V...V,-v---->,'  j|������������ieif$^B^  iliii'i-h'fA.n in   hoi- "lepns" llan  flAv'A]ni,i--fl  pilt-;?;������;Y?^^ifi^^  '::eyer^Y^yei^nt^  'fl&^dp'i?^^  i'j*',:lH:;'!.-?---^ -auhWwa&Y?ebIIec^  ?������YY??l?W^hin  ^^^^wh^Y-i''^  ^uMlMtifo^^  Seffeti&?fia^ty^  ���������^W?'i^i'&-������'Rw&^  ;tp>;^al������?j)^^  a dramatic jcritic stbrles as -he. eiroi ted  couldn't get rid .of: Dear ?me, he wis  ip^rsiG'l^-i^  ���������bl-ia^cbTOpiainss;i ^|h^^^jB|ii|g^^;ia:  &bwin,f^lQe^  th^llh^fTj-i^  ,  ^^sm  titi^titiB'ti"������Sti^!W^^^^?tii  '[  ',:.....jjiss.  ���������*- ^a&ixm&mgmti^  Murine. Ey*������ Remedy Co,*, -ShU  |Vi#:%P??|^^  |;S?������???|j?;2^yY  ^������������������y'^:->.^^^  ft-'';^*^  ?i?Y *-Ti-&-*.!:������:6n^^  Yflome? Idea dt?whatYyburY-husbahd-l^  i Y'?f??!L't0y^^i^������iyi?' -"Bi-r^v ?i^; >'iiioVi:*'fe-V^V*^o w������:  i:,if;',nn^-lu*wp,pW  0'-������b'F':Wiw?&#^  ';A$ay$lna:tiyi/[jBni  en times and he still kept turning up  ?������������!$h^  ������4v^mlfi^ii-^v������*���������������l*s^������^^^  jj^pih^fceir-^  ���������irjcriili  ������n$ '  :iM^[&ti&������&&^  I wouldvtire eitsily..and?suffered::from,  ire^e^ih^d^^il^^^'gtl^^  ^ottfiii'tlMliw^^*^^  " "" ~- "'"'15?>;H������Sr^H3i-HL*\EW?TS?liD^^  ���������^'--..'-���������^���������.���������^%.U" ^-- ������������������ *^^**"fi"^v"'^^....^:^.WS.-,;^.'.������Kft^^^  ^ra^k?l^hei^i^K^^ia^^^ i;  ''^'i',ior^veX(^^tm^SSA^&[m^^t^0^^^m  ^OrTHS-������S^A>r:^Hat^C������l������lJttBW^^  iBiililiiBiiiWiiMW  K������������*'S������K������B>S3SW  \Aio.1'il>^������.!'l^i������'liS������<*.*B������'S������Wf������������*^'^^  ';jaiT^;ST*^^t^a^^jAts-a?!^  '.'���������istT:  YV?  ��������� ft*  ypti;  put my  Oh, I!d submit! he cried. I'd submit  'to** anything: t-Y??' ?���������;? tiztitititiz^titititititi: titi titi '���������.  Y*?TheU':iiBai:ld--.i?������*we*ll',v^  :U80?Jt,ias?j^  BUffragists "is: being  told  around  the  'ivaripn87,.:.^^^ i^e;?:'"l^iee'  ���������������������������fbr;:'-!iyb^eh^,r'^  of a i^ew?Yc'rk:^^"mbrrilng paper,?which  ;i������i':'decidedly^  ^hb??laY very?'hiucK ':;:"prb-"v??? ghe,?nitiV.  Madam, I am travelling around!the) jounced that she^^ intended to paradel.  world on a wager.     I have to mftke  good titne, or I lose; my ';bet?';?;-:??^:'Y  . Wiell, I dqn't mliid letH-ngtmy1;b-qll-  dog pace you for d couple of mlleB-  ; Here, Tlge,~-KanBaB City Journal.  lfA;H";;  rn-ti  *������iV-  Head Broke ;0ut������; Spread to Armsi  Legs aha Entire Body. Itched So  KeAA/oM^I Scratch Until Bletid Ran,  One Box of Cuticura Ointment and  ,; Nearly One Gake of Cuticura Spap  Cured Him.  Has Had No Returns  "When! my boy wasjobbut three 'months  ���������old, bin hi-iiid broko out with,ft niBh whicli  wuii vory Hoby nnd ran u-wttlory thild.   wo  trlod ������vl*,ryth Intt wo could hut lio got worwo  nil tlio tlmo, till It spread to bis unna, logki  and then to his entlro body.   He (rot.so bad  tlmt lip iiuiih iiniir dyiuH.   'I'lio luwli would  Hull no tlmt lie Wiitild ������urut*ih till Ui������ blood  run, and, a thin ypllowl-h ntuff would bo nil  ���������ovor bin pillow la tlio nioi-nlnK.   I bad to put  ' -mlumift on bis hands *,o provnnt him tnarliiR  bin nklu.  Ilo was so wonk mid run down tlmt,  liu topk fulutlau upollu as ll bo wmu dyJiiH,  , Ho was tilmoRt' a skoloton and hla Uttlo haudii  wore thin lllco claws.    ,  ������������������; Ho was bud ubout eight months when wo  trtod Cuticura lUittindlns. I luul not, laid blm  down in his cradlo la tho dayttma for a lonir  vail", i h-.i.s|khI /i(m wuac'lH.cum. tioup ami  put nn ono application of Oiitlonra Ointment  nn'd'lm wus no nootbod that he could sleep.  ! i on ij������urt kiii'vy how ulad I was ho rcit bettor.  31 luuk ono box ot Outlaunv Olntinunt anil  pretty near one cako of Outlcuni Soap to euro  Mm, I tlilnk our boy would bnvn died but  for tha Oiitlcunv ]l*i>ri'*dl'**i nnd I elinlt always  rem*,ln a Urm friend ot tbnm. Ilo was cured  .mor*} than twenty years atro, and there has  k������nno return of tho trouble. I Ahull, bo  Bind to have you publlah this true etatement  wf Id* cure." (Slnrncd) Mrs. H. 0. Maitlaud,  Jui.ijua, C/iioiiiii, Miay n, ww.  Fur more tbaa *% Konoration motl.ors hav*  "founii a speedy, iK-Tpcflhlo nnd tecntjmlitJI  treotmpnt for their nltln-torturcd Uttlo put������  In Cuticura Soap and Ointment, Although  ���������hey are sold by dm-mlnti and dealer* every-  wbere.allberalsamploofeachmay be obtained  nolo props., H3 Columbus Avo., Boston, U.8.aI  He vetoed' the! proposition^^  and iLvierred that; :if?Mr8. Editor dare^i  t6'?wai;eh he .would torclbly remoye  her fVoni tbe-ranks-��������� 'Determined to  show* hbr-a^mpathy wltb?-'the cansej!^  but not wanting to ^disregard her ��������� hus-  band'i-. wlflheB,?she Idrjesaed^ln proper  flurtragiat colors and 'badges and par-  ade.d'-r-alonjT . the, aldewalkB. tfrom the  'start rtb the flnlph of ?the profession.  Who won.  ���������''       ������������������?;'':-''?:'?l',Y':--?'':::?;':;';?;  -;?>';   '[���������"-. Parabiri/ Wa8>a r3a6belbr.i ;:?y??-?  In your, i'efrnbti^ this mornirig yoii  npoke of u.*baby: as a now wave on  tlie ocean of life..  Quito sb;  ia poetical,ngurb-  ? Don't you think ? a    fresh ? flqutill  would  nav;. hit  '.h*o marii better? ���������  post,on Transcript. '  .  .?���������.'.���������.','??.���������     '? A' Loyal Fan .   '?:  Now listen to me?  All. right, doc. ,  Vow are threatened with a nervous  bronkd;own,' .������������������"���������    '��������� ��������� ���������' ���������'���������;'���������':'"  ; 'l?know it. -,'  You must quit worrying.  , I,can't do it, doc, until after all  tlio playor.i uri-Ynlgncd.     It wouldn't  bo  loyal   to , the  homo toam,*~������Cour-  ler-.Toumal. ,  .* Something Novel  . I tsupDOgo it' eb'capon.B. tU'o frcak������  to permit them to appear in pu;bllc7  It dboB usually; replied tho: impresario of the dime muBouni", But wp'ro  moing to lot hiiw wV.'w ..oaAAVA. j-,*,*! oiii,  loi'noiroiY V,'e cabaihilr- idu-'ll 'mi'iku  n Jilt wlith her two naHtor hatfl.*���������  Courier-Journal.  i->������  ,Aa,  In awnggor Circled  They wore rebenrfllng for a fnahlon*  ablo woddmgY  ���������  At this point you Ulan tfjo bride.  "'.YeB.:";  And bore you Bmanh a camera I  liav hlmd a cheap nnn for you to  uavo niina a widhii mm iui ^uii to  Hinanh, ,    .  poori;.^Tr..^ . ......... ...,....-.,..-,.-.,-,.,.....,_...���������-, .,.,  'atoe^urag^  ta^te'|^aid?,ribt?'seemYtb5  tlieii-^QiiSe'-'^diiyY^  young girl who siiffejed isinUIarly^nti  was cured through the use of Or.-.-WU-.  :i!^s^:'^ln^^Pllli3?i???:j:irg^-^^  bf the pills and.started to take tnenr  Before they were done I began to ������fe-l  :hettet-??arnd^6blt?;b^^  half a dozen more' boxes., und befor^  '���������ffiey'-'^^'-aUifl^^^  the nest of health, and have,continued  tb-:;;a'b^ab?'^ihc6.;?^?.MyuToun^  ^as?-1:rbublbdY with ^^���������rhenm^lsrn,:;-"iand:.  :th^;cbmpietely?buredvh;im^ yih ti titi.  Y"DrY Wllll^s'?'Pink? PUIS" (arepf sold:  i-iV all me-licine-deaier^vqrje^n be*ba^'  bv maii at 50 oents a:bbs: or six boxes  for $2.50 from ThejSriiWHli������1M.,V'iMeic^  lcln<i?::Gb,, ?Bro^ille??0  '.:?.-.:'..v....:..^Tl\e' ,Femlhln^?.Mlnd?-Y'.,'':;'  ?  -X^eyllyed ln;a  :-Ui'v Pittsburg.     Hubb-fc^^  jolly liis wife along anit^makejhei;;forget that' Bhe wanted   a new,   spring  ���������suit; ': V'''1*-"^*-'-"* -;-''"-' ���������<���������������������������������������������'������������������ ���������'-���������-������������������;"''!:;:.-';������������������  Now? said be, tho town' committee  is  6fforlns?a?^prl2e for the prettiest  lawn..' :' "������������������  ? ?V7hat -la 'that to me?v , ������������������: .... ^���������.*.���������".  Why don't, yoii enter the contest?,H  Vi" ������������������You-' kno-vy I haven't had a lawn ln  Ave years. I haven't oven a ging-  bam^ that' is lit to wear? ��������� .- . ,  Moral���������You can't take their minds  off the subject of dresB��������� Pittsburg  ZP6i&ti'yy;^tiiti\:yti;ti,<ti''ti:ti-i\ ��������� ;���������::������������������:"-���������>������������������.-:?  Ooesn't Tell  Thin  ,   Does  your husband  tell you every  thing? Y -��������� '���������'���������/������������������,.'������������������:.���������������������������'       ���������������������������������������������:���������'���������������������������.���������.���������:,: ���������'������������������!.-.  - Yes, everything, except, how;, much;  pocket.tnoney' lie bpei.ds himaelf evory  wcuk.���������Detroit F.'cc Press.  keep Mtnard'B Unlment It. the Kou-ie.  *V\rif0_-_l>ir.l you post that' letter ?l  gave ;you?.-- .-" v\ -. .-.,-, ���������'.'.'.[. '  Hubby*���������YcB, dear. T carried it In  uiy lmud,.������o X"couldr.'t fovj.ct it, and  I dropped It in tho first box.     I ro*  niotnhor, bpe-T-"0���������      v?   tJ.   ���������'  i   Wife���������There, dear,   don't   Ho   any  more.     1 didn't give you any letter  to .?ppMt,���������Tit-mtii.-  Mormon mlBBlonary work in Japan'  was comnieneod in 1000 und tha Boot,  ,.���������������.],������������ Ho /*liilvi>Vi*������tt tn" Toll I o. Pin**..  poro *Fofu tirtfl OunUn. nnyn tho Gnu.  pel News of Tokio, v There are ilf.  toon niiHHlonavUiH with a total of forty-  otx.bellevorB, and.tbe.members or tlie  church In Toklo, number, iittoon re*  eriiltod from among Burvoyora, womep,  iu..aitt,aoyernmoiit.;ijr*vyico, tcaobf'r'-  and utudontu of .middle bcJiooIh, com*,  morclal clerks,- telvpboiie girls, otc.  "VVifft-.-Wbat'i* ytiur opinion of    tho  fatteB^bbrifiae'nWi;#i.ev  things that sound :welL and mean?;hotli-  :'���������:?���������;;*'"��������� ���������^���������''-������������������������������������������������������'r'"  piH^^^^f^^^l*|^gS|i  p)i^?S-:t!^?iOh^4*^  *~- ' --' 'L jI '���������'',-"-, - i,'t .^-1'-','-." V ,,,'- ' ���������T"������'"**|<--J-','^!.1"**-^ ���������'--���������-*. -,*** vi"' f"i������'i'i',''V"' '  ^'���������K^Satttffeir^^weil^iw  P^^"?^^y,-:*^%-.vK?-j;^������i:^ "��������� ';to^'c1l^?;^if^'?ab^^^'-^^  *ureBV''!*.e-'^  >;* t-J'Vi^*'t.M������/,J',*tfa*];;ii*������,r;  Their Hiding 1  l'v"C'/  :e?.:  Oh; Ma'am, Ma'am.: I've" swallowed  :a^a^e^il^  ? 6b thatls where ;m  ���������is^ltt^^uhch,!^?-?- '  ;;':,������^:,.i,v-,s:,-i/,:;  #''HbraceTrr^4.re?i^ypii-^^-jierjest^dt in  [hooks ?Ml8B,?^^eet?.'?t?''iV?';?^;'i?" Yp??:?Y?  ti'-' -.Mlssv 'iSwefet^esr?^^  -father'o:'!ebiii(aue':i:bbofer:;i??:;^?^  ,-."��������� ,��������� ���������.���������'."��������� /'���������' '.'������������������, '',���������'������������������ ���������)������������������*'' ' :'-'.}��������� ?���������'���������"- y."'?'"'''U-''-? ti ������������������ *:-"i ��������� 7���������:v'ti>,-[ v1' -.-'ij.-.r  ? ��������� They..' pay'?lve'3:''tbe? hi������best? paid? pC*v  fice?ibby!? Jit ��������� tb'TO* ���������'?:;^Y;:VI:; ? ? titftiti't B'titi  Yea,?fhr;?he;'knows-so inuoli baseball;  dope -thei-ibbsses,iarebWdlng for him.  ,:::rZ::tiz^mw.y.:titiyyyzr:m^  ^l^a^VgoI^  8UXu]jkl4y^������ ��������� ,���������:,'���������!*'���������'*.'���������-!'.';''., .*.'-'���������? ��������� ?'jV-;,-\-*! ���������-���������*f-?.,,s V* -.-,**--���������'������ *"���������''^.*-,*.:jV."'L-".V- *i*r"-^.1-''������'j* '*!'���������'*��������� ������������������'���������'���������*���������'���������'  ?:?;-i?^*i^'ught"?^br^  ?su.nimer.<;" ?*y?; ti^tititititiititititi'tiititiztitititiytititi^  1^:::But^i������;-a^?;in^   ;bnYHeradd;'Y?Y^?'?  ?;f;;JVi*si??i?roudrojih-^  merltorlouB commendation at school  Jlaatiiweok?.?. ?���������.'?. /���������v:-?,'.;:.?:.':?Y titi'Z;Z:zyyzyti''ti[.  Z ?Mrs. Thompson-*-* -Grkclbbs;??isn't  M '',awf ni;:' the1 -niitnbiet'i of -,,*f-,cange';;'-.";ai0'  $m0$yi^0;^^  ���������������������������^���������"������������������yl'^-^-'-^---'-"'*^  r-ositions secureu;., rTee-'tscoKvA^ye:  SiilSpi^ftS^iD^mmto^Ji^  jg^hy^Tbront^fe^^  &oxt  - lot: of - tlmo "bver :;  -���������''l^'^������l^ rJ'^-"������4U"''���������^���������;-V"':*'���������"���������''?���������'��������� ?^?'^  ^^���������0m-tim^m^mm^timmA  '''���������������������������''���������l- ���������' '���������'.���������;��������� ���������':::^. -��������� '������������������ ���������i.'i' "' 'ii '������������������ ';������������������������������������ I Mi,,.r;iyiMi,iiiiiV;[;K-;-';yt^K;l|;^|&^  ^:'Gbal|l^?^d)I-to^^^  >Vi-'l;'vj-W,1;:iV.-/,.*;>i(j*5}':!l'fI?  ^..Whett- <*ipal8.'ire''.'.nrBt,tolkefc  mine?^^:? iat^VBio?Bof t^^at?:-^  cauc?" that's ketched by school Chll- "be' picked -to -'"pieces .-with "'the;- "SbgsiripY"?1  '^^0^^ti:y������tititititizti'^  JIOVV      44IAA4U.  At the Maeked Ball  Who on earth Ib that fat old per*  con who wantu to tell everyone their  .14,1,1,,.,,       MJ        4,M>������������-.*~.  Thtt*',!   nv.ir*o������.>ti  ��������� 1|4������       lAOnWrtW TT4A  Iiub-*~i think nho'B Bpiondld.  Wife���������1 thought you did. That'o  why 1 fliod her tbU. uioi'uln'i.--DoiiLviu  TratiBorlpt.  yVftetiw' President Taj5[and Col, RodseveU'"arethrough wi$ their mud slinging,  they must cleanup.  ,  itt '       ''���������..    b.^,1 mm.    mm    a,  m   ������M    ���������������������'   W|4,4-������A    M,4*.l*f*M  ���������  ������,    ***   .^  ���������   ������������������ *���������."*���������������������������������    "���������   *rmm~~m  is the very best thin***  for tlicir boots as a!l  fj-ootl Cianadiana and  AmericftiiA t*f*a1i������:*".  vU'll-.'   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No otlier;ev*m-::''1I'>''^  1mlI as "CoodA  Vi.-i'l . .-,���������'.,'..,.������. .'.i',v.   ,, 4 '4 A^iul-Ai^.-, r  ^l^i'>^'^Mj������'''"lil���������^Mifa���������:>^f>'.M���������,1.:���������^,il;l*,''^^i^^.i,.:.^���������^  .���������  ���������'V,'t,'i4,i���������������-.:  ..\>.i.*i������.M.-^\,JLMiirixU.. *j.*mi.!������.--^w.f^:,J.:,-:..:.:..- ..^..,:.���������:..i....^���������:,^.A^^^A.4^yLan:.ik..t.,  ��������� ...iv. ,..f,.-f������.'.j3. ,^,-.-. ,.,     - t yy.;\'', ,";:.���������,.-,".-.-,"  ,,.������ '.l4J'^^>'iii*'; v.-        '     . >"'.,'   -'''-.'iift '���������   ii'i'.i: Y:������ ? ,    '.i, .��������� ,w-?Y y.,'.U   ���������-���������'^---^^*AA.----.-'-i ��������������������������� .^, ,;..,....i:-..,,.:..<..*A.^^iA^^^  ',',"'!'. "%C  s^siisiiisiiM  i   . >    ,���������; fvi-j-fs*?1!  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'���������SjJi'ir*^**'- ��������� It ���������SM-Of������#^v-aJ4,s������*������r *������������������������.������-��������� =-���������._-=    =*      -a*.  :- ������������������ ,*V XV^ W-l,^*^^!^!^"^^ ^t | H   >T   4  ..""I  ";���������������������������;. ..  ���������'   .-'.-��������� .''j: till i.>..*l',:.-.i.;:.'i,-'"*.v*.*;''iifv*.-,* **i   ������*-(������.?-  im\m m i "i h'   ii us i. ii ��������� i. i    is iir//������tf-w*-w������Hsj������ n *s i Mp i ������t ,i )���������, i ijiH    .      ......      . ..    . usSS^^-^-Kas-s-s^saiss^  -*   z,r          -,**,���������*    ui, ^ < wy n ^~ jvljfr 4* a iu,, i   ������    ������}v    <-���������>.���������*���������/��������� r      ,.7 "* "A'";',      3-1   x" - "~j������2>*vi^i < " ;���������>   i3-\]">.^V"T-,Ji���������������"' 7v 1-J!"'". ������  , *     . ,-"���������-."*"*''*-*"      j                   / *        r                                   ���������,!."���������������          *-.j              .via" -       - f           y      .......   j-   --,���������*   A,"-w,^    o  *������ *     ' . ~    ^  _ '-,  TYY* -"ZY  .- "                  "���������_, ti.    ."       " Y,  T "   -        -   '- "   ~?   "*   - v v'f >" ������" " "- YT "-   -   j; '"7" .'jj-  <**  ������I. % I  4l'>\lSf4IA1f4rin,TAHI  Ia. (4ATVa ^i^k ^^*a #CIv i^ ^^  l.1*jlr.<,^M,'M '������������������ A, AAA M'   '���������'gS^yp^giljTt'iASM.-^  <^ yQ^ 0Ok JO*. jrflK aO. I  na  ?���������????? Y-ft ���������t?:':^?l?SSl$il^i  9.4 - r  eg &B& PahliHhisg Oonspany, Iitd.  W. B. McOlure  nu,J          ���������X *"* 2jlj       V������.^>AX--A.     ..-.���������I -A.J���������      U-,4Va   4-UamAam   'Ov.lw.*-^.  xsnxaj   avxjxToavji^, tutxtiiaix \,\>xutuuxtx, ujujo  wawwu ������ *^.������  Editor and Manager  ���������ghg ^^tA^s*- *a fc-hn acknowledged adve-rtising anedinsa of the Oreston "ysSley. oie-  ^ o-^'iing in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston dlstriot and  rsaohing out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rates  are baaed on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  X-and pttfehase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements. $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first ifl,Bue  and 5 oents per line ia succeeding weeks. Subscription rnteB ������*3.0U a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters oi iooal in-  - -���������    - - ������**    ----������--  ������������������ -.-     Q-mtrihntiona must be brief and  IT  \ i  i  A     ~  A..  s-t  >'- - m  .1   -il  xxorei  & r   a ���������**��������� a   r  ������-__������������*   ..m.Ji   *S.^V   ������������,..1^...UA   ������a'    41.49      AnMnwnn.^4#.������  ���������signvu.  gg[ F T'l IM i! BFRIS  sua.     ������������������������     a sb  as bssb  The new Towns act, passed at last  session of the Alberta legislature, contained the following clause:���������  "All municipal and school taxes  shall be levied equally upon oil wit-eland in the town."  The new Rural Municipalities Act,  passed at the same session contained  the following clause:���������  & li   M-AMv^AtMiAl    ���������4V*������-*������Aj=a   oT-koll   ha IsfistTitsa^  ,*���������*���������*���������,.*��������� |     ynvhAij^sjL-A^it      W*A+**r     ������.������*������������������*���������������������������.    svrv  *^������ ������������������ ���������������**������������������*  "anallv noon all rateable land in the  municipality according fc> the assessed  value of snch land."  Both of these acts make the following provision for the assessment of  tlie land:���������  "Land shall be assessed at its actual  ������Afi������*h vi*J������rs ������ls "��������������� *������?iirsld he a.ti*s?siss������������!  in payment of a josc debt from a  solvent debtor, exclusive of the value  of any buildings erected thereon or of  any other increase of *^alue caused by  any other expenditure of labor or capital thereon."  It is expected that during the coarse  (of the next four years all the towns  asad rural municipalities in tbe province of Alberta, will come under the  .������ ������, A. m  *     J������       _ _  operation oi tnese two aces-, nuu ������o  they become operative it -will be seen  that no  taxes can be ieavied from  other sources than land values.   The  province of Alberta is to be congratulated upon this progressive legislation.  The, City, of Edmonton has already  ���������adopted the system of raising revenue  by taxing land values, and a campaign  in favor of the same system is already  in progress in Lethbridge and Calgary  "Within a very short time the prospects are thai all taxes raised in Alberta will be from land values alone,   So  far as we know Alberta is the largest  area  under one government in  the  ���������world to adopt this progressive form  cf taxation.   Under the system of taxing land values only a mam is nottlned  for being industrious, nor is he bon-  tiasd for being lnrjsy.   By raising all  .    Mvcnuss firons the taxation of. land  values the business of the land speculator will be conniderably discounted,  and hi)* services can well be dispensed  Without (Any serious loss to the community.���������-Grain Growers Guide.  ADDITIONAL LOCALS  A surprise party was g*ven co Mrs. S.  M. Barton in honor of her return to  Oreston after a years sojourn at Cranbrook Wednesday evening by the Ladies  Auxiliary of  the Presbyterian uhuroh  Refreshments of ioe   cream and cake  .        ������������������  were taken to the house by the ladies  Besides a fine musical program, Mrs.  Dow gave an address of welcome and  and Mrs R. Scott gave a reading. Atf  the guests joined in heartily in singing  Old Lang Syne. Mrs. Barton asserted  that- it ^s?as a most pteftsant nnd complete  surprise. The guests present were as  follows:���������Mrs. J. Arrowbmitb, Mrs. H.  J. Boyde, Mrs. ~w. K. Browa. Mrs. Sa  Speers, Mrs. J. MoMahon,  Mrs. Robert  ,������,  The leading  ' Hotel of the  Fmii    Belt  YOU will make   no  mistake  when you get off the train  ~' ?   if yon sign the register at  the Crefcton Hotel.      Travelling  Wa  suss*, -%ill substantia*"'? th?5*-  stndy the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well famished in  a manner uo-to-date.  ������' i  f ��������� -*j*f,  Our   Guests |  I C������lL       *m4f!*i&  I      _ . ^ , A_s .    M  ��������� i Lumbermen,   Ranchers, Tourists  TT*sar!r",rsfi,ri's>**������'a   ***.*'   TV4T1"!-*!*!**   Tt^r****  4\JlCilUU[Uai WVl >*    ������V������     x*m.AiX*x+x������       ���������^���������������������������A������������ V.S^jjfwSA'fl    a  J and Commercials,  Our stock of Tackle is now complete  gf and we have one of the   Best  Assort-;  ment of E.ods   in   the Kootenay,    * If  there is any special article iu the  fish-  ^ ing line which you want,   and  riot  in  ���������* *"          stock we will try   and  procure  it  for  ������%  L B* Moran  V  Prop,  ������*-~A..      -4AJT^M       T>.*-w.������.^       Uw  t3l7Ur*4V,   AJULA9.    A>������AAAA^V,    AAA>^������  TS-  Ttntar  Mrs. S. M. Beid, Mrs.  H. McCreath,  ������      1UT  *V"<5*awj**-*    o������>4-l    lUTvu    O   J*^^  ,fP"iil**>l^^^y>*tArt>AKA*VA'^/'CSiK>*<<>A/^A������<������lA>\<<K,^  ^eSA^s^a^gB^g-tXLl*)^^ ���������   ssaum  Wisler.  A Linn county, Oregon, apple tree  itlv for SBfitl.   It is an  -4PAV������Al*A"l������Al%*-anCJr  i^wn,.   r&mrw    jbl    srrs  /> k **J't//\l������Al     V-������S'T���������������|l",    mlJ-l.*W������ij^S  Vx.*ALvi ������ VI-**   MU    l^\Jf I CSO  On Friday night last, there gathered  ���������it the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Joba Qsr-  fre, between seventy and eighty" friends  arid well Wta-nersto partleipate ih honee  warming dance. Had she proper apaoe  hs&z available io soeottiadate thla gobdly  number of dancers, these -wn'oMeex^atiaiy {   j ������  ��������� ---     ������-���������*-     4.1.    -. X.        ���������Ti mm^~x��������� mm a       A���������   -A,   * *���������     *������������  ssHovv-o tATst-jjve* w������jt������j -ajmrnvkataai   %*******    ^**--w%������ji|i*-   ���������*?*   ���������sjC^T I  makers and takere ever gathered natter J  one stmt in our famous Kootenay "^aWey I  The very slightesi detail had not been  overlooked ioit* the eomfoH of Ihe-s>ssem-  bled ^gftfttaand on^of tha feaatatssrOviiied  l,MnP     KaWa^I      -aIaAAA^aIa      j3/AjrA������V������A(3     'iari'n-itfA-W  Semi-ready Suits  *Aj"<i$S*cUlOi<".e������  Creston Drug&Book Co.  t*  Phone 51  nit ������&���������*,���������* io, rwi smi  was.   Seiii (Or    Klo������'s C*������n" wige  ���������nits %t #39, <?\\h style book Mi, sell- j *^  ~~r.r-:���������s iz~.~,   Ciiis^^ei.   ������!. n . >���������  tlie ������������m������ gelc* *wery*li������ie in CsnaUi. I eft  Kavc ysa ssaa tiastrtaboot."Sli!" I W  an  ior vou fit s*n\i ��������� km*  Mtnlitt. i iw  ������&l  ^&fefefe&*?A*|.&&6-&^&&g^&&e&^  ransfer, Livery and Feed Stables  >   (Best equipped Livery in Town)  , a _,   MWlUitTll.  G. rred Johnston. Xferale. B. C  OtViTtT   t    *******  *******%f    *HWH,yvt     ������a/W������V������*^   w*~*<*++m+*f*m  ~ i olcunateiy and withpnt premedi������esiun  natural curiosity and,  so far as ������j went the rounds and lasted aa long   as  tvwvEE'n, tjntx only one of ita Kind iu the! ths Provsrhial Snow Ball.'  { In the line of nmsiq the bill -was filled  sad without fear of contradiction Canyon City can boast- of having the best  modelled, regulated and eSicieav. tostra-  worfdL It is a see*3?t-������Tic; "which grew  np in a fence corner on the farm of  David S- Junki!"*, 10 miles southeast  of Albany. It is now tea years ������ji������3s  and for severs! years has bora ripe  fruit from May to November of each  year, having blossoms, green fruit and  4  ripe* fruit on its branches at the same  time during the summer. The apples  are of good quality. . The -tree was  bought by a nursery company, which  is to have its products for ten years.  The tre������ will be left in its present  location and the company will utilize  it in an effort to propagate the "everbearing" variety. .  run   -nm f  ���������A  ������.������������. Cias&Oj. xv/if.Jwv������uTosuppiiea at sborc notice.   The iacesc styles of  CU*T������S5 and BUQGIS.S for saie and nire.   Saddle and pnek horses a  Speciality.  Peed for sale.       Agent for" the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale  iA*   I am prepared to fill all orders, bcth by wire and" mail, and meet all trains  *Y*   at any hour of the day or night.    Corainerci'il men and. lanaseekers, tviH  H. b, Mcureath ^  receive prompt attention  rb  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  s}aj<     fj!������=a in Jnwn af-j-iQinin:"* the *nnpa-  3k or dairy " *&^&&9^&&^&&^&^^,%^:$^'^-$������2,%.  'a?  I  nop  "S  %  an.  -��������������� *-^~     - -  mental band to be found in the Province  it net iu the Dominion equal "facilities  contending. The nitisio was supplied by  Messrs. Mawson, BroweU, Perry and  Hagen, violin, Langdon and Westiitg*  guitar and mandola. H. Mitson, mandoline and Jack Crawford with his old  wind jammer (aceordeon).  One of the events was in the danoing  ef the Highland Schotsisheby ,M������, Car-  fra and Jack Crawford then by Mr- *&������-  Mrs. Carfra. The novelty consisted in  the danoing firstly by the.recognized  national style, secondly by the Glasgow  Fling Style and thirdly by tbe Bdin-  borough style when tbe best and hostess  did some clever fantastic figure cutting  to the enjoyment of tul yretwut.  Mr. Carfra came from Moyie a short  a short time ago, saw the promised land  and chipped in his lot -with -we Israelites  Mr. and Mrs. Carfra and family desire  to thank the many friends who turned  ont from Creston, Erickson and Canyon  City to make the evening and welcome  such a snooeBB. Dlnna ye ken whit a  baskit coach is.  cattle.   Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Review.  Dr. de Vsh's FemaSe PIBSs  A rehabU French regulator; never fails. These  ���������pills are sxc*sd!asrI*������ nowerful in reg-ulatins* the  generative portion of tile female system. Refuse  aSche&p AAAAiUtioas. S$r.dsTaa������aars sold at  Ms bos, or three ior $10. Mailed to any address.  ���������Mia SortoU Drac ���������Co*. Bt. Cotnarinen* Ons^,  raruTi.CE  Nelson Land Disirict���������District of West  **��������� Kootenay  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Wharf at Boswell, ?B, C." will  be recieved at this offiice until 4 p. m.,  on Tuesday, July 2,1012, for the construction of a Pile Bent Wharf at  Boswell, Division of Nelson, Kootenay  District, B. C.  PlanB, specifications and   form   ol!  contract can be seen and forms of ten-  tr-un  itviifT-slM    lAs^sV der obtained at this Department and  ShhES  vi-iia-Vn  ^fm^R.        jat the olilcea ot G. A. Keefcr, Esq.,  There hss been some contraversy of Di������fcrict Engineer, New Westminster,  .      '"*       .     ~ . .'      ��������� . _      ,     B. C., and on application to the Poob*  late as to the actual flag of Canada,, master afc VictoriB> B> 0.  The matter is settled by the following J * Persons tendering are notified that  r,~,^f���������,.v J tenders will not be considered unless  ~     ���������..  tmafle on |.jie ppjmteti forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating thoir occupations and  places of residence. In the case of  flrms, the actual signature, the nature  of tho occupation, and the place of residence of each mombor of tho firm  must be given,  I Each tendor must bo accompanied  by an HucMpUul u1im<|Iim ou u. uliin-l^nnil  bank, payable to tho order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p. c )  of tho amount of the tonder, which  VyIiI ue loi'ioiteu if MW* person tendering decline to enter into a contract  when called upon to do so, or fall to  complete tbf work r*ontracti*������d for. Tf  the tender be not accepted the choquo  will be returned.  Tho department does not bind itself  to accent the lowest or any tendor,  My order  It. 0. DK3H0CIIKRS,  Secretary  Department of Public Works?,  Kjvvixyi/iK, t'uxy JU, xuix.  Ncwi������p{i,,)crAi will not bo paid for tlilu  advcrtlwetiiont if they insert it without authority from the Department.  .������.���������.,., a ,.t.     ,-���������n������^.,���������,*J   AJ������������������^_,     *-\*r  ������J>|>|>4A.<A'mA    I.VA'ltJt/UU.    AA.A.-AAA      ���������>������...  of state for the colonies by his royal  highness the governor general  "Sir���������I have the honor to transmit  to your royal highness a copy of a letter in regard to the flag which should  be used by private persons who are  British subjects.  "I should be glad if you would be  good enough to cause the public to  be Informed that the Union .Took is  the national flag of Canada as of ail  other ports of his tuAJesty's doiulnlono  and may be Mown on land by ail Brit  iah subjects, and that the Dominion of  Canada In the fly ia Intend to be usod  ���������only hy Canadian   merrluuit  v<Ht������������b*  The civic health department of He*  ���������rrinn  *��������������������������������������������� m,������������n������4^l 4>/m>  l������   nnMli*   *���������<���������������?������ +..,  *4 -     "-'���������'-' ���������������������������** '       A,  the-fly" day to bs held today. It in  hoped to interest ihe children of 'Jin  city in the anti-flycrusade. Prizoa will  tMBiv-mto thoee lri4Um������; the moat Ulm.l���������MtuMi.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  theundersignedsand endorsed "Tender  for Wbarf at Needles, B. 0." will be  received at this office until 4 P. M., on  Thursday, July 4, 1012, for the pon-  structipn of ft Pile Went Wharf at  Needles, Division of Arrow* Lake; District of Kootenay, B. C.  Plans, specification und form of contract can he seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at  tiieoulces of O. 0. Worsfold, Esq.,  District Engineer, Now Westminster,  B. 0., and on application to the Post,  masters at Needles, B, C, and Victoria, B. C.  Persons Tendering are notified that  tendors will not bo considered unless  mado on the printed forma supplied,  and signed with thoiraotual signatures  Btating thoir occupations and placon of  rooidonco. In tho case of firms, the  actual elgnabnro, the nature of the occupation, and place of roBldonce of  each member of tho firm must bo given.  Each tender must ������e accompanied  by an accoptod cheque on a chartered  bank; payable to tho order of tho  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works), uqual U> tun pur cunt (10 p. u.)  of the amount of tho tender, which  will bo forfoited if the person tendering deoline to enter Into a contiact  when called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If  the tender tie not accepted tlio cheque  will bo returned.  Tlio departmentdoeonot bind itnolf  lo accept the lowest or any tender.  Bv order.  It, C, DiflaitOCiiblllW  Secretary.  Department of Pnblle Worku,  Ottawa, June A, 1012  Nnwripapi-r.-i will,not bo paid for thin  iulvi*tiHsmiiMit if tliev Inserb it without  authority trom Uio aepartiuwit.������������������afiSWl  Take notice that I, Guy Lowenberg,  of Creston. B. C. occupation, ajaent, in  tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;  Oommensing at a point on tho east  boundary of lot 0269 about 20 ohaius  north from its southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, sonth 40 chains, west  20 phainB, north 20 chains west 20 chains  north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing  120 acres  more or lesB.  Guy Lowenberg,  Dated May 10,191?... ���������; .*,.,. Applicant.  .  S^"?es tSBBBBSr-'JlilSIf Iff "sSslsSBS  jLjji ^*sjsF   A*ji* yij������ 5 ~-S      q**  , Every once in awhile a good thing comes vour  way, audit is simply up to you whe'her you  make it yours, or  blindly pass it by.  THE "KNUCKLE i THE 0OH'  NOTICE  sjssjsssMs, m m *..mmm^Mmm���������*mma  IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate  Certificate of Title to Lots 8 aad 10  Block 80 Town of a-restori, Map 008.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  it in my intention to issue at tho expiration of one month after tho first publication hereof, a duphoato of the Oortl-  flonto of Title to the above meutloiied  lot in tho namo of Charles Orriu Rod-  gors whioh Certificate is dated the Und  day of April 1S00 at 9:30 A. M. aud  numbered X0440A.  If you're wise and alive you'll  get  in  on   this,  while the time is ripe, to turn dimes  into dollars  |,almost "overnight."  Big Lots From $200 and up  ARID NO INTEREST  Justio per cent down and 5 pei cent a month  gives you ownership of real property that should*  ���������solve all your future financial problems.  Nelson, B. C,  l4ih Mn> 1912  Sam. O. L Itoo,  Dlstriot Rnglrttwiv  3fi'V No use telling you the details in thi.e space���������  it would take this H>hole paper to do -the .subject  justice, and eyen tlieti you  rightly would want to \  Of aour&o iff. wvoim to ui-.tuii link un  Sunday, but very few nf us ovor o-i/cb  theia on that day���������or and othor,  *���������/(.  :f  ;', ,'     MADAM LAV A!/*    .    f  Cotton Root Compound Tabluts  ,A m%tVUlXi\U%t ItmtH^AI OH  TIiMO ������'������!!��������� nro compouiulod witn the Kronttst  CMft irom the motit rullulilu iouii*dltk .'-unwii to  icimicei ������uch a* mn holiiK usod with much ������uccobu  s������*rthe)moat colobrsloil piiyslclftiii kiiown,  Th*i*.������������p a apeclUc 'or tlio (Hitrcnilnir illnordori.  to which tliA (omiilo conatltiillnn li. HftlJIe,  . Pflc** %% a-box.   No. ������ (inii.h ������irr.pK������*l, ifI ���������  Itmawi Dvis Co., ���������!. Cs*4liis������'*���������������* Oat,   So come  and see iu-Save  time and make  money  YOURS FOR PROSPERITY  Dominion Stocks Bbnd,Corp,,  LlUSilt'U  Vancouver  ."****<Crf������*ll  SH"  **  nfWH* iwwnwwfiimimmti'wwm'ti't'  ������,.,i������.m^.w4������|.������;i  * "Tpfciw.  Creston Valley Investment Co,  Agents for Creston and District.  <mtm1mmmV������*  a^B, ^*a ^aaa "f^    JPH ^B /Ba j*B- jjxa ^f J/^) J^p    4CV JHw ami mm J,W MW BB BB JBB law Jitm MH tma\ X,      Al  * W V \������ S������ v i) V \> v i> V VV D \> V> N> V V tt V i) V V V i) V A> V  tiJftimmm  "13  ft  .Ii.iiii  -������������������������������������������������������������������MM4������ll������������������lM>W������l������lllllllA������  ,.,������...'W. m . *.. ��������� - :..,iU..'.  mmmmmmmmammm  iiiiiili'iai'.'stflifiir.iiMllMiiiisfsi  ft !?"*iJ,#**'.'*'?*.' M'jft.^'^'J'j ������.j'Y c   ������������������^" ^j",4 ������������������ c" 1/is.*-il 'r  5^^]~���������'.r^^"-s;3?3>^i-yfi"^pwa  ^       *'*.*     ~~*'       t -Z      ~~      *      -'*' *���������   ~   V"-       "Vi���������,.       -*-^r   -������������������,  ',Tj.   ^ .   "% -^fflew^Si^Sir-*5^^  &k������^Bi**������!  ii- -**���������*������������������* ���������*���������������  Will ������sr*?!55t Afternoon a fid Sight 5 ra  tarnep & ao i  PK���������^>V^io���������^|8,,'  AVnolesale-  '  .Produce."  FruH  General Com mission MeiclianfB  ���������nelson     -  , a. c.  ar^TMiittraagiascasaiBBflBBaiiii iwii'i'fn his  in ii  i ������������������ r -   3 RINGS, 2 .ELEVATED STAGES, ROMAN HIPPODROME,  41 CLOWNS? HUGE AERIAL  ENCLAVE, 10GO fVIEN, WOB  &EN ANb HORSES, AChES  OF CANVAS, COLOSSAL  DOUBLE MENAGERIE, SUPERS TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBIT.  1  We  Never   Disappoint,  r* *  Never   Change Name  Never Deceive  Dont Miss  The  *f  $8,000,000 FREE  ������Tif EBT PARAD:  kmxivdS   FsrtiSsiere  ARE  M@NEV        SESLBS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call s>r send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  r. ounsio m uu,  Limited  rim1 'oinira  LI ii    bill  J Ilk      lliBBaVBIB.ilV^  ."-l  of   the  NOTE���������Whereofe W Is only possible  for fruit magazines and publications  to cover th&field of fruit raising in a  Hge-aerai manner* the B������vie\v has installed this department in which ideas  derived from aetiutf experience by  ^ .     ,   ~        ranchers  of  this   locality,   shall   be  i aube   Optical^ CO., -prnited, thus making the subject mat-  1* I,|QT  HLIiJ  ������cT *   r\ il .   ���������_:il ter ������* direct interest to this valley's  Vanconverand Calgary. will fruifc growers>  he at the Creston Drug Store  iuursuav jam I  %i*  Headers of last weeks Beview pro-  "������������������J  bably noted  that  P.  IJagen  whose  ranch is at Duck creek, had straw-  berries  on  the market  as  early as  ,- Vim        i"   i  -.i ��������� 'the 7th.   JJast Saturday Mr.  Hagen  If there is anything wrong kindiy brougfat toour offlce tw j^  with   your   Eye    Sight " don't of the biggest berries we have eaten.  fail to consult him. We wele isanae<Jiately interested aiid  - - . " ' ��������� '" ���������    <***> ti      decided to learn for our readers good  S m* -fti-iDTAiW-'MiflT^I  lltf-UUlIIUIVIWl-  -  ,    '   W. K. JOHhSOM,   PrtiprlQiO?  **Hsi  I 'SSiisrii*^*  l*������i.V_3S  1  r  !  BJB3������B,S|t������iJJBsa'������?s5siB. *iaic  Devi! Act  on   tbe Show  Grounds after  *Ihe Parade  L.XVAO X KSX.S  B.C.  f  I!  IB  i ���������  XT 1  .j. j c:<a.*j.  Office  ���������"���������AT'OAOV.   \r a tarvrvTT  All WO-^ik^ A tHsfaI siJi'ljisS'" an<^ our own information how he was  ,< ^ able to grow suqh large berries and  !y   OU-3.rant������@U    US why they ripened so early..-  The mystery of the early ripening  s  aa  berries was quickly solved by the iirst  look at tbe ranch which can almost  be taken in at a glance from, a"view  'point on the Oanad'lan 'Pacific   truck  i^ij.  uii; iIjii bECie ituuv" iv.-    i::ti   *.������.u*^xi  would form a large natural ampathea-  tru  with its sloping sides around tbe  v~  'tiortb lying in sucn a position on to  for che'biisiuesb man *Abo does :bt feW catch tbe slanting rays of the spring  =.-=!   *n   fr-B-it-.sr"  t-.n   *Tflft tb4125 1" ������i   o.... ..i a- *:...% i ���������-?  ^   ,*v"-     ���������      "^ *y������       **A-      "*-""      _ _    ^A4������*AA  ������A,AA4LAA^OA7  J4������rA.^rOA������A4iA'VA������ACI,A.Ajr   ���������4,141   *t.���������*V     UJJ  Tif/AS*   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  OOMMODIOUS  (  &AMrL.tz  ������TW"0 4Ta7? S  This Hotel  is^one ol the',^  hest    known    and -1' popular,  Hotels in  the  Kootenay^.'   '  |     Oft    4J*S*������'*������n^'*i**| rr   <+mjr\0*.Wm     Ztr%       Km*l*+ii+S���������r*������M-m'  J.XS.-C     UAAAjflilg      X%J^i%mmm\      m\Q        tOUAVV^  A.  up-to-date and the har ,sni^  plied with only the best brand  of goods.   ,  I  4>^n r^wjBg  -2i.-\i.J*l*^  554f  I" j s*"-^'<8i?i  MiMM  TH ���������J-T^T<-7^!iSw^S!  Creston  5  >H���������3%^=^e  ^������������=.y������-_  I111-.A      tiA*s������i������.<jVl*   -lev   ������j^%A   -t^CkOii   tVTwWXJ���������*>%&**%*   ��������� j"C %IV  MK������   I.**-.**   ������������������mvwsi   mjf  ^it *���������- ��������������� ���������  IL  ������/ H] W '  *   ���������'���������*������  JiVl^JiN i ���������LJJM,  i' iarce xnaohint) but .\voulu like ������? "sssa.  *x%rr  rmaTm  ���������     ���������   VI   fli iB .19   9     ���������  rKLL   IU  ALL  i outbnsmf*S3 liKo, neac wors  ** tie Benneti,  ie   the  oni-j  practicle.    While there have been  or",           ^       faiAnrun   Tr,u������.4*    4-at   ii-ck aa1ai������>^*.^    *������v  xaa juii- ������������������������  ��������� ������ --* ��������� ���������  ,-..1    A-1,-   A.*,,,,.  1 tie Bennett enables'him to do thit* as it' peculate   formed    land, protects   the  ie   the  omy  small typewriter ttot ^jplants ivom coId ^^s on the north  ^ ,  number of ������mall m-icbines on the vaav  BleCtPBC Restorer for IVIsn 'ket they did not stav.   Tickets on sale  1 cent to *!.00?  ou  M   SAV  t9Sj^o^^ai?m'^^l^[^J^.^}^!r at Katfields Pool rco.;.,  viau dAACA .-..all.^. jrreasaiureaecay amiunsexusi ir.  ������.  "jaaaaaUC--  conditions for the vfruit to grow and  vrssteess averted At oaee." ~Si^9pSsMoS._v,*lU __.������* ~������^���������   h,aa   irnntaninn:     K^a.l L,na��������� :���������  m_akeyi������uaney*man.v Pri(������ JSabtSTftrtwo for   sole agent for  the   Kooteuayp.    neau.  ripen in.  MaUedJtojwy address. *SJisS������o1������eU'D-*fO{--  ,JUBrtors-Craabrook.   P. O. Bjx28S  ���������w.  5S-r - -   ...    .  <M*J  It  ������>������ glRHrigiX  sf^lil-fi finr-B  riiwuLiirr^  BIB'*  'At.-  and west, thus with the unobstructed  ���������sunshine  mH,kis*>  s.lmo?t  hot  house  TJUK  CAJNAU1AJN   KAIMIV  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O��������� LjUD^ D.CI~, l"*re*ldei������t  ALEXANDBP LAIRD JOHN AISD  General MiMiager  V^S  4KK4**.      ���������������������<���������* ***��������������������������� ^������BI  CAPITA!-, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  X"   X"&- JsTu^ba. XVA J^W A-*. Sk-*' J5~P   "*~!   *J? ^S. ���������*��������� *���������  J5_������ ������-F *-"  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every i:  facility for the transaction of their banking business, including  the discount and collection of sales notes.   Blank sales notes  "are supplied free of charge on, application.       ' @.s  'PERCY'S, FOWLER, SfHanager, CrestonjBexnch  ���������P&M  Oreat was otsr sisrorise however,  when Ms*. Hagen said the soil which  grew such immence berries, had no  great amount of preperation before  the plants were set out.   No clover  ** -^  had been grown on-it to enrich the  ���������     ^ ^ ^ *  ^~���������t-l���������   ���������.JA-U    ���������!4.C4        , _1_    .   i:a4-i���������  !������.-,���������  CttAlU   VTAVAA    AAAI/AUUCO,     VUIJ    ������ HUMO   IUA4ML41A  = j."1 fertilizer had l>een used jvli,* before  *"���������.������������������  MW^DUtting out the niants, but this second  ��������� t1 ������        *���������  4<4|V ^y^ery  was explained by the water  vLzti' ^uiMaing^hrough little Lerigaticai'-ditch-  ~Se.n   CS--a*-������ii%'  ��������� *������������*���������  HI  ^a1*^  .*������������������������'  ������ w n  B 9  ������.S ^Li  Iff  hi  *������  YOU WANT  ;ssc pnUoii v-jiyiiiyia,n������rssn������3g ^io. uo., |  WE CAN DO IT  BILLHEADS  5iAitms:ni5  ��������� .������AU������i*i*4s>iiiaiw-0wiiw-*itM4rtt^^  I  Um sva. ������v BUh a*** Bf*l  ii pt  mAa*'        Otti%isv-isf**<r%<-\sVT^Ar*i t-������ill  8 a      WJUO.B B IU90..B Bip.D| i.i.  ��������� W  ,,(.>  (fllwillllllg -uWH M I������toUii  rJsft-v  A^^A^'AAisjlSldlS  >'&*/&* &*0m*< /&* **' *.*% 0**0*'<^ ***"'<*������  es along the sidesof the beds. Although  irrigation is not necessary in this valley, it provides for "almost certain  ���������weather conditions and ib, moqt surely  is a great help in a dry spring.  Mr. Hagen places his plants in rows  SO inches apart. The hill system is  not at all necessary where water can  had and it would cause a useless waste  bf space. It seems impossible that  more berries could grow on individually placed plants than on these in continuous rows. Another remarkable  facfciB that the largest and thickest  growing berries are on plants bearing  for the fourth season.  Owing to the lay of the land it i8  very easy to irrigate this ranch with  the water from ti small stream whioh  enters  at  the  highest  part,    Small  1 ������  rl*frohi������n Wd t������ the top of every bed  and the natural incline of the land  runs the water to every plant* Tbe  straw mulch prevents tho soil from  washing away.  Tills year the ownur nut out oyer.  8000 plants nnd.it is his inti^ntion to  i   .-"'   - --��������� .-'.���������''   ������������������' ''.',-'-���������' ,-,.,'.'.,'' ,-,'������������������ ���������' ������������������  put out an aero of borrles each year.  Tho berries are  riponhig  fast^ Hud  from now qn until the end of the sea-  ���������   ��������� "��������� ��������� v     ���������  boh ho willbAvo largo  shlpihonte to  make ovory few days. *���������  Ono of the of the' pleasant features  of tho visit waw the privilege of entlng  a quantity of borrles llmltod not by,  Mri tlagon's genevouHivy but by uiu*  capoolty. After going the rounds of  bods and testing thorougbly tbe quality of flavor of uaeh variety, betook  us to tho hotiHO where wo wore Hervod  With some more of tho lnsolous frwlt  . ntlVl orontii nn*l nnmu tit Mm boat oako  f|\ that ivo bavo had the privilege of eat-  lf^ ^^ *'    ''"     ���������"'-������������������'  |i\':" KmIo partus aro nuikli.g plniiH lor  ������. .   . fA   ft Jam taotory. i It i������ oxpocLod Lhb\, a  J^F#'I  Joint stock company will bo formed  U^'-JaS:   ^amr-''+mm.5&:t      with a oupltjvll'/.itlo.i uf atiout l#25,UtK)  f Vaoobuver. B..  ^ . *  T--T������������ve -"���������"���������'���������r received an 80 -nao-e -illus*!"***-**'"''  ���������-*-"- *'��������� j ��������� "^��������� ��������� ���������'     -* * ���������*.        jc"%   c*-���������   ^-*��������� -"��������� ^*"'*"'������������������--*���������*-  ' and descriptive catalogue" of their fruit  trees, shrubs. rosest etc., which is free for  the askiug to intending  planters.  - Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  at Creston, B. C. ^  ||      A TRIAL ORDER wiii convince th most  II critical of the superiority of our one year Old  |"| tres on three year roots; ��������� -  1      m&S 7th Ave. Wm Vancouver, &��������� Qm  <yZ20A  v.i     w*v*     ^  5������S|  A. Mirabelli  SSatifiiG   &SS$i  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.    '  ���������IF  xret yuiif  Ttti \T* -..a." I  t  Tobacco,  Cigars,' Pouches,  Pipes, etc, at tbe  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit Coa  : *���������*������} ���������������">-&  --���������%,  ������������������w  1 1  I  .1  "���������ll  f SOWING H!S WILD OATS  I REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW  How many yonng men  can look back on tbeir  early life and regret their  misdeeds. "Sowing their'  wild Oulw'' in HiariuUti wi������y**.  IJxccsues, violation of na-'  ture'n laws, "wine, womeit  and song''���������all have their  ���������victims. Ylou have re-  jts iormed buc wliisi abiml i������i������s  f fleed you have 8cwtt*rtwhat  about the har vest? Don't  trust to luck. If you are  at prestuit within the  ''Ml  /nwri  ciutcnto ot any secret uaoii  which is sapping your life  byd**jsirce'*; U you are mf-  fcrlug from the trcaults of  rtotar  iit Iu  ilood has been tainted from  rtnyprlvnt������*'Hfl������*nfle. null you  iutUscretlone* if your  Ifrbi  Hi?A^t  'dare not marry; H you are married and live In dtend of Bymptoms b**������akln*i*  out and cicpobW your past; if you are suilcxlug aa the result of a misspent  Hle-DRS. K. A K. ARC VOUR REFUGE, ^Lay your case before  them confidentially and they will tell you honostly If yon are curable  YOU CAW PAV WHEN CURED  -   ,���������������������������^���������4.��������� si*���������-^^--.-ii^ass^^MssMs^sSs^nwslM IIW i sWtssss^ssWiiMWsssWS^^ ���������  W������ Treat awl Curo VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS DEBIUTY.  BLOOD and -URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY m4 BLAODER Dh>  e*f������������ and all Diteaie* Peculiar ��������������� Meii.  CXjWllifl'A'nrw'PPPP.;   Hooter    r>'*������������ f>f������AT4������,������������A!.������ f������f 1Mli������Mi.   II fwinMii to, tus'l,wtWss  , fsWaQ-wUimBUtikfor; UOMK TKKAVMlJBXW'l"'^..:..;-,-,, :y>r.y;,;,-,;,������������������,���������;  *  '  ���������.7:,*--,  ti^M  , :':>a Vrj(������JH  '".'Yil-ll  -'.'������������������'!r.i.uJ  "iWlin-'fi'ii  ���������>.'  ���������i'-v'-'**  '''ti,  Cor, Michiffan Ay������. and Critwold St., D*tr������������it,  'liOlriUS   All letters from Canada must be nddretted to our  '���������Mst**s������m������s)jMs1    Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor,  Ont.   If youdetire to see us, personally call at our Medical Instituto* lu  Detroit j *" "'   *-- ������������������ " ��������� **   *" ������������--���������        m-..a -1. .b.������������������  ���������!������������������:���������-. **'* 1  titiff]  ytftin  ..-���������.���������...    -", IllM.I  7 ���������������������������',,'���������/,''!: ,-n'i^-t|  ,,','-, (I ,-4>>l)#|  ,! v;..'...,.j*ijii|  l,,i',.,-4::,j',:i,i).,i,f,T"lil  '-.������������������W/jOT  ���������.n,i.;,i.i., ia.������ia..^..  ti'tizm  If you desire to see us personally call at our Medical xnsutum m ��������� Yi:;Y'Y;.ws  j'.t as -we cee and treat n*> wint|*.nts) in our Whidnor office* which'are.'H-:^,Y'i:'-������?.'';������|  * -4 ^       V      I   , I      '        -    4> #.     . II,',.,       %~...1^.mm      ^..1*. ��������� '���������!��������������� ���������������,  {'.JI'      CUS't'CUj4Xli.UC.4A'~      4.4.U      v������"V.K.V.J       ������������������������        M.MMW.M       ������^���������������������������_-       .���������������w.,|_    , ,-..-,  ,,..,.,  ���������Am. all  1������,������������4a������.ai >a fn11j-.tva4 .'*'' ���������   '"'���������..���������''' .'"'V'''"1*1  USCU  Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY* Windcor. OaL  *Wrlt4) far oar private oddroai.    ...,iW  1    ��������� '.r.Hl  ������������������'.' 'i������\.i*'ft.\  ���������������������������",m  >������������������ -j ��������� -,'A  I  ���������'-. -.i/'-Yliiil  .:, '-,3.rtA'|  ���������ytidi  ',','���������'  .���������.'��������� r, ,',i,-.' ;4,ir,*.. ������'..-',.a,"i.'wal!������a'  WinM^^SffiiB^  niiai JS^i'^Y'k^ ^^ ^':'M^y^A^Si:J^?^ty aY^ Yi /^x^ -i^i^ Ht^" ^, Y^ii:Y;Y??Y?;  Ms*.   %u>k-:PL"������������������-1,--J��������������������������� * ��������� ''������������������   >.,'-! *,. -m-i  P";VS.'':;-i'?'  .ijpt^Y'Y.'!-''''-  ,.AY:??Y������pp^^  Siamese  Elephants  BSviiuse, ihey act so germy \no  EVTgi.ng or griping) ye i s.o  ���������^croughly  Aa gaga  are beet ior the children as well as  the  grown-ups.     25c.  a box at  your druggist's.  Sslicnsl Drug and Ctuslte! Co. bf Canads.liinitstj  16*' a  Ready to Listen  Can I talk to you a .few minutes?  fisked the life insurance agent-  Yes,  replied  the superintendent oi  tbe factory, if you don't mind walking ]  about the building with me.     I haven't really tbe time to sit down.  That's al! right- said the aeent. I'd  rather move around a little, anyhow.  The s*aperinteadent led the way out  of the pattern-room, thence into the  ���������wood-workers' department, stopping  every moment or two to ������������������converse  with seme operative, and took his caller at 'as. into the room where the  huge hammers were filling the air  -with their unearthly din.  Now,,he said, yelling into the ear ot  the life Insurance man, I "im rfn*iiy  to listen to you<     Go ahead.  -M.\-  -Slam la preeminently the land of  ��������������� * animals and not a few of thu^e- which  pass and repass in tlie course of, the  i day's vvorl: keep the new arrival walt-  jing to hear a steam calliope inform  'the  countryside  that  a circus .is  in  town.      There goes the sacred Indian  buffalo!      But this time  he and his  brother are only    going    under    the  charge cf two small boys, down into  the rice paddy behind the temple to  | plough.     Stripped of all his gay trap-  J pings, the elephant, no longer a mere  ���������'show,  goes peacefully, patiently and  | intelligently   about     his     Herculean,  tasks.      Two  of tji"������ie splendid   animals carried or dragged all the heavy  limber   for   the   boy's   school   which  "���������-.' r'iT'-r.'lrf .,,,111,1 i,   i.i'i.iiii i,   .'    '.,  ���������'���������..':'^-l.il;.iMwrtMiiiii^ili'.. mm  are strain * and Jtiine: proof.  Ion au$ svroii*?,  ';r���������'i-,S^f.,i^t^y'f"*S!ft\^ '  ,i:!W::--l'.--:';.'.-.^,.>''',',--',''-,>-5.T,'  '&%������!%s$:'������z'i&?'$3'iii'  A Nasty Insinuation ,  --.It was a divorce, and the detective  witness came to the stand dressed in  black broadcloth, wore a gold fob.  and seals, and looked much ���������'more like,  a. respectable middle-aged s isolieitor  than a member of the police .forcq;  'I he man's testimony was damaging to  his client, so the learned counsel ub**-  gan his cross-examination very gently  As to the possibility of humor in  music the L-ondon Ts^sraph says:���������  If composers and performers had  more of th-* sense of humor, music's  Hppeal "vvouid be immensely w  The truth is that musical performers  are far too apt to take themselves  too seriously. The solemn attitude  t>t some musicians toward their art  "was humorously rebuked recently by  s well-known New York pianist, who  "remarked to his gifted wife, also a  Tplanist, at the conclusion of a per-  Totiu5.DC?;   oy   tiiS  Is-ts-s-y'..������������������' "���������* *" ��������� '-"������-r  ������������������aOit't   iOOK   SO   ayltrriil!    Tsl-.i  funeral,  music is a "joke!"  was recently erected at jNIan  The whole elephant tribe is looked :and wa9~*excessi^������v'lJohte!r"-  "', -: *,  upon   with  great  veneration   by  the \    t fce*ieve vou an? John Blank, of tlie  The elephant is the sym- j arm  Qf  Blank and  Co.,  the eminent  Done ammat of the cumitiy, mm  though his ponderous strength is  daily used in his master's service,  he is man's co-laborer, not his beast  detectives  Yes, sir, said the witness, I repr������->  sent that firm. -.  And I presume, continued the coun-  GMES FROM NOVA  SCOTIA THIS T  ANOTHER    SPLENDID    CURS  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  BY  of burden.      Lucky  is that elephant I Kel that in the course of your dutie,  which ii? horn an albino;  for he shall las a detective you have at tinmps to  be all his days a sacred white elephant, scrubbed and fattened and  pampered, and he shall do no work at  all. Even the baby that is a little  lighter grey than his relatives may  attain to greatness. Only a few  months ago one oi these baby elephants that was only light grey in  color, not a true albino, was shinned  with great ceremony from Laos to  the* Kivg at Bangkok- Animals  large and E-mail abound in the jungles and along the waterways. No  trip need be taken without a plentiful supply of game, for "tan" deer,  f^er" i quail, oueen pigeons and peafowl may j  be had for tne taDie at the expense '  of a little patience and a good  straight shot.���������Christian  Herald.  assume inauy disguises" . "*  Yes, ������.ir.  Then, said the counsel, smiling, will  you ha\ e the goodness to tell the court  3ust what you are disguised as no**?  He Knew  It isn't the size of tho gift but the  ...-V....4.       ,!,.������       __~._        ...XAU        AA        ik.l        AMl.wi^  V.JL.4A.V       LJtai.      gllVO *������AVU        4������ "^A.!*!,       A*V������M A^W,  she said softly.  "Who is going to get a twenty-five  cent pre&ent from us tsov? asked hor  husband promptly.  R. Moulalson, whom two Oftfetors  treated, finds relief and permanent'  **���������.���������!*������ 'i Dodd's Kldnay  PUls.  Burette Isiand, Yarmouth Co., N.3.  (Special).���������Mr. ' Rcnie Moulaieon, a  well known resident here, is telling  his neighbors of his cure from a severe attacK of Kidney Disease -which  kept him in a state of pain and sus*  nense for two months and defied^ the  nffn, f q   nt   llATn   HrtjitWc   Will"*   Wflro   M'Ollt,  iug him. - ' ~    .-   *  '���������My  trouble  started  wUh  a cold,"  Cutting Trees by Wiro  A new metiiod of felling trees by I could you'love me still?  the  friction   of  a   steel   wiro,   which  is able to work its way through a 20  _.-.     4S^'  ...-i..^    .    ������    .m^...     ?.- ., .rf    -.-I    Ci���������TVT5 Z .    . ���������������*������������������ ^ii.^.���������.  I.   CAAAjA.-A.UC.-.      GA.;VC-.-.AJC4.AA   ' V> A4 A       ^fc        ...������.-. , -.��������� .  ( the forests of Germany.  The  wire  is  drawn rapidly  about  Mr. Moulalson saya. "My muscl-s  **yould cramp and. 1 had baolsache and  'iizzv spells. My head aclieci, and i  had a tire", nervous feeling whiin  specks of light flashed in front of my'  eye.s.  ���������I sufferotf in this "way for over two  months and was treated^.,by two doctors, but they didn't' seciji" to be able  to do much fof me. ,  Then I started  |lo take Dodd's Kidney Pills and thoy  What is the use of this article?  ask-1 helped me aiinosc at oncel"     Six boxss  ' cured lme."  j - The Sultan's Palace  The Moorish palace of Sultan Abu  Yakub Yussuf at Seville���������known today as tho "Alcazar"���������contains one  of the most elaborate practical jokes  extant. When in ft gay mood soraej  important merchant or Rotable of Seville v/ould receive a pressing invitation summoning him to the presence.  In a fever of delighted expectancy  the flattered guest would don his  i whitest raiment and hie him to the  palace. There he would bo 'ceremoniously conducted to the gardens  and directed up the long avenue.  Half way up It he would Inevitably  Ivoail    iinnn    a    lrijiv'Tjir   flnsra-trtMo    pnot.  ing upon a spring, and immediately  lino jets of water would guph out of  the ground and from the surrounding  shrubbery aud drench him. Amid  the jeers of the courtiers the luckless and bedraggled v������ight would  beat ah undignified retreat. Before  he was allowed to leave the palace,  however, ho was sworn to secrecy en  pain of death. At all costs nothing  mnat make the joke fall flat when repeated. Ihe treacherous flagstone  has been removed and to-day the vls-  | Uor may pass with impunity, but a  peseta to the head gardener will usually cause the fountains to play.���������  m  II1IU7IIVC CM BE  AlUTt CI1DK*������  '   ���������fSSiSSrasur trnmrn,  A*.I*J������?.A5V������tE  ,        _  ��������� .      -   ���������"       SB  ��������� TftAiatidic Kiver. Mail.. Sept. 3oiu wis u  DH.B.J, Kkudaa-i. <So. '      " HF*  -Dc&f Sii���������������Will you ptcaivc "fasit to S  my addw������8 a copy of your "Trcatlw S  on the  Horse"'!' i   have been using Bf  Kendaii's apavin Cure and ������1 way-, iuuhu s  It safe and sure. MarlBo Brtem. B  That t-*Hs.4he whole stoty, swlnij S  Ihe experience that hundreds of thou* H  nands) iiirve nad iu tue post 40 years, and M  it's the experleitce you wilt havc~"It U B  the oaiy sate reaiedy"-- ������  -   For Spavin. Blasbooe^ Curb. Splint, ���������������  B  Swtiiing and AH lamensss -b,  Soid by Drusststa ������������������ $1.00 ��������� Bottla. ������ m  Tbotlles for $500. Keep it on hand ���������  always. Be ready for the emergency. S  Kendall's slops the pain, start*} tlie  circulation, penetrates aad rdmovesthe  cause of the disorders. Ash: for a free,  copy of "A Treat-lst on the Horse." " Jf  not at dealers, tv rite to��������� 62  BS. B. S. SENDAtt CO.. Eee&srg *aus.������*U  I really don't know, replied the clerk  1 think it is intented to be sold for a'  birthday present.  Dearest,  if I  were  far.   far  away.  - ��������� 1  Why, Reggie, what a question!    Via  sure  the farther you were away the  WELL POSTED  A Good Point  Before you sympathize    with  ���������sader dog, make sure that he oiua't j  ������tart the btrap.��������� Puck.  the tree aod the heal  generated by Ja   California   Doctor  With   40  Yeare  the tttie frictio'i is sufficient to burn a thin I  u.lk<w,l,.l V.  v. aica  A^M4.V    1  uucis. 1  ������.  !  Experience  Dcdd's Kidney Pillacahvays cur,e the  Kidney&.      Cured' Kidneys strain ������\1  ittie impurities out of the blood. That  makes pure blood and good health.-"  mm*������mmm**imimi***Mmm*mm<*i*mmm+mm*+  Mrs. A.���������Are you troubled much '������  ������������������our neighborhood with-borrowing.  Mrs. B. (innocently)���������Yes, a good  deal. >*y neighbors don't reem to  have anything I-want>  An Always Ready Pill.���������To those o"  regular habit medicine is of little concern, but the great majority of men  are not of regular habit. The worry  and cures of business prevent it, a������d  Had a Wrong Tip  "Were you much upset by the bank  failure? '  Yes;   I lose my baiatice.���������Satire.  j allows the structure and*any disease I "I have never found a food to com-  ������?  rh<* vrood  to  he distinctly recog- [pare vith Crape>-Nuts for th? beueflt  t*A       A.AAO  A SLUGGISH  I snuooth*-*-! and oi^aner fban the cut of i    'Tn  my  40  years"^ experience  as a, .,,_,���������       . ������������������  ta ssavi-      Th** t*>.s.ron&* i������v������-r adhfline i teacher and praetioiur along hygiepie j one oi  Uie uiegdiaruy ov me  com*-a  1.     ...     ^_ -.- --   -_^ "��������� ^������-;_   _.^i !i:������a������ ���������* o������^-*. ������  r ^o  A������o-aic0 nnvaipian !dvsncnsia. iisdigeation������ liver and kid-  - - ----- ljey *roUDleg as a protest.    ine run  down system demands    a   corrective  ntaed.      It   enable,   the  tree   to   be Set the genci.1 health of .all classes of [^^^^^tw ^Panje-,  pie in their composition and can  by  -;en by the most delicately constituted.  i marsea witji. cuaiK. <������inl at the saiu������ j  m������n������rA.ij***A   v *rari"-ri  TilKPII������ E.!Vf.  M. ^4T&'������&   ������������*'     B>aw m cut  LEAVES BILE AND OTHER POISONOUS IMPURITIES iN THE BLOOD  rinie ������4-.rv������>������:  ������"���������> preserve any trunks i    -r hRv������ recommended G rape-Nuts for  that may be left temporarily in ths [a number of years to patients with tho  woods. *  There are maiv "idCantages  in this method, notably in waste, de- j pe������*ience makes me more enthusiastic  creased labor, absence of all apparatus usually required, and the machine  'Co.lfi-    UC    il-d-CU.    ia!.   C*m^30   QXliiva-s-*cT* o   uut.   OU4V*  ficient for men choppers-  If the new German nlan should he-  ootne general and the trees be cut off  \ close xo the ground, it would mean  j the saving of a great amounr_of iam-  jrreate^t success and e-very year's ex-  m  if.  1"  3"he  Whole   System   is   Cleaned   and | her that is    now    wasted.���������Portland  invigorated   hy iSs-preee  iLet the liver get sluggish and torpid  and there Is trouble with all the vital  organs.  The tongue Is coated, the head  aches, digestion fails. There is full-  "sssj, fermentation, flatulency in the  stomach. The bowels are constipated  ������������ii������i loose by turns. The kidneys be-  -cotne clogged and inactive. Even  the skin tells of the poisoned state of  the system by pimples, blotches and  liver spots.  Ths action of the !'->-er n-nst bo  awakened, and nothing can accomplish'this so quickly aud so certainly  as Dr. Cnaae's Kldnej-Liver Pills.  1 It ia through the liver and kidneys  ttlone that the blood can be freed of  uii lte Impurities and tho morbid matter which collects there when the llv.  ������r Is torpid  The Old Clock of St. Giles  All loyal Scotsmen will learn with  regret that the well known clock on  St. Giles' Tower in Edinburgh, which  must have told the time to Scott and  Burns, is doomed to. disappear- Apparently a workman fell through the  case and damaged the mechanism so  badly that the civic authorities do  not consider the worn out works worth  repair. So the old clock will he banished to tho City Museum and replaced by an invisible timepiece, without ha.ids or face, which will merely  strike the hours, and leave the aesthetic effect of the tower unspoiled.  The ancient clock of SLGiles has seen  two centuries of service, but is a  mere giddy youth compared with  some of the mediaeval horologes on  ,fciny a suffering man and many a ��������� English    cathedrals. There    are  Force of Habit  He bad a motor-car, but he also  wanted a motor-boat, and so he bought  one. He had a day's tuition ut one  ot those places where they guaraut^  to teach you .-anything in twenty-four  hours, and then went on a trial trip  alone.  It was Lite when he returned horn'*.  He came in bv the back  -SAty  ��������� __.  A S      -A.!���������      U  IHOUIlja       ������CIC       *-^JI.      AA.AVA       AAAO       ������,  ing over his ears in btrrngs.  John! wjAclaiiited his wife,  earth���������" * *  It's aii right, Mary, he assured hor:  No, I ,didn't upset. Everything's all  right. TSut when I had been out ou  the water a couple of hours the mo*  "Yes���������"  We'l. before T���������er���������realized it I was  over ll������r side and trying to get undoi*  the confounded thing to fix it-  , RUBBER  ^ ifiSf1?  #-a9)95^1������&  TshoaaJ ������rr.-fWn m* gcW������,'Mt>|  ?555J������VJ OCaSx?������������f ���������    ^ivBswsasjsjg^  Scats r^w nuBdEw soles i  IEnbodi- ihk patented features     S  of Cat's Paw Heels.     tso 1  sasssirinssiMMnsMHMHMisBMtf  e*    a  g^4*a|V*fA^AB4^Mfe&^rtl-g  wmEmMELwmmzm  regai*dh*s its use.  "I make it a rule to always recom-  mendjurape-Nuts, and Postum in place  of conee, when giving my patients instructions as to diet for I know both  Grape-Nuts and Postum <ian be'digested iiy anyone. ,  "As for myself, when engaged in  much mental work my diet twice ��������� a  day consists of Grane-pCuts and rich  cream. I And it just Ihe thing to  build up ^ray matter and keen the  brain m goo������i working order. "    *  "In addition to lis wonderful effects  as a brain and nerve food Grape-Nuts  always keeps the digestive organs in  perfect, healthy tone. I carry it with  me when I travel, otherwise I am almost certain to have trouble with'niy  stomach." Name given by mail by  Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont.  Strong endorsements "like the abov*  from physicians all over the country  have stamped Grape Nuts as the most  scientific food in tne world. "Therels  a reason."  Look in pkgs. for the famous little  book, "The Road to Wel^iHe."  Ever read the above letter? ' A new  one appears from time, to time. - They  are genuine, true, and full of human  Interest.  Post���������Do you th.nk   the   day   will  come when there will bf no coal left  uu  ������ai lu :  Parker���������Well, it won't be our~ cook's  fault if it doesn't.���������Life.  twtinardrs Liniment asert by Physicians  You mean to say a t*i""vlar stole the  marble clock from the mantel with the  (*og in the room? Yes, but you ses  rido is only ~ a watchdog the little  dear.���������Life.  'Oobbs _ says  his  wife  is his  right  hand  Well?  Sometimes he doesn't let his right  T--.������*.A       A..��������� .-���������     ��������� "A. ,. A     A.J..      IM4>A      X. a ..  ualiu   avaaiiw    wai&l   uio   jcai,   uau  lag.  d   aS   dO-  jjasgjS!   mM������a*f  fmmmrnmm*meimt!mf*  la^tecrxs-fT-y-'-^-' i���������Y^;'  ti iv :'.���������..o.r.s"'"'i  nsVttf-s-jM  Y.'?'i'ST?fTat^.'i^  " W������ never wasted a moment, in reflection when we were cohfrohted with  the alternative of a hand-to-mouth  existence and the broad highway.���������  and we're glad!  London reports that the fashion df  This extraordinary variety, of head  co-vering was known in Florence toward the end of the eighteenth century, but its growth in popularity did  not begin until 1825, when its manufacture wac, begun In France.  The Chinese believe that evil spirits are able to move only" in straight  lines, and that they cannot penetrate through solid matter; therefore  the problem of keeping them out of a  dwelling or a garden seems ti> them  a slm*pl,e matter.���������Chicago News.  Poet���������I called to see if yjbu had an  opening  for me.  Editor���������Yes, there's one 'right behind you: shut it "as you go out,  please.���������Satire.  . , .'  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with worms, and  they lose no Urns in applying the best  ol remedies���������Mother Graves* Worm  Exterminator.  DR. ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST. '��������� Private diseases and drink , habit.  Write 81 Queen East, Toronto. j_  Hard on the Train  Mr/  A.���������Then you   haven't- much  faith in the* skill of Dr. Cuttem?  v Mr.^.���������Faith! I wouldn'titrnst-the  man to remove the appendix; from my  dictionary.    , -  -   ��������� I  - - ' C  The Pah's Mistake  Mazle���������Did she sue him for breach  of promise?       -  Afarie���������Yes, the poor fan spoke of  a diamond and she said it was so sudden.  ���������drapondent woman has been cured of  liver rjomplulnt and lridnoy derange-  ments  by   Dr.  Chase's   Kidney-Liver  YPSiIs. By their direct and combined  action on both liver and kidneys thoy  have often proved successful when  lonere'kidney medicines havo failed-  '������������������''-BitcUache,-Kidney ��������� Disease, Liver  Complaint, Cnronlc Indigestion and  CcnBttpatlon arc thoroughly cured by  Ih*. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. Ono  ���������jim a diise, SCc. a box, at all dealers,  or J&rtii-njisoij, Uates ik. Co., Limited,  Toronlo.  Plodder Is looking palo. He's just  hilling himself with hard work.  "Whait's ho engaged at?  Inventing a labor-saving machine.���������  Puck.  l/v:  It "Has Many Qualities.���������-Tho man  "Who pesacHSi's a fool tin oi Dr. TliiHii.th-  jElectric Oil is armed against many  tils. It will cure a cough, break a  cold, prevent sore throat; it will ro-  jreducc th-? nwcHlnr* from n sprain, euro  tho most. portuatimL sores ami will  Af>������r.dtly heal cuts and oontuBlontj. Tt  ti������ a medicine chosl. tn itself, and can  lie Rot far a quarter ot. a dollar.  clocks that date from the fourteenth  century at Exeter, Wells and Peter-  boro.'���������Westminster Gazette.  Quite  Obvious  The physicians" had   agreed    that  during their assembly they would employ a call boy, each was to pay -his  share of the expense..    The boy was  to call any doctor who was wanted,  without disturbing the speaker, as it  was ombariassing to him, and looked aB If thC'y were doing it to advertise without expense.     So it all went  well until the afternoon when a certain doctor spoke.     As he was tallc-  Inn* away, another doctor hod a call  from   tho   platform,   and  he   walked  out rather ostentatiously.      Some of  the   peoplo   who  knew   tho  arrangement-��������� laughed  or snickered  and the  speaker got, It.       Ho   said:    "Don't  .avssh, foil:a, that ts-tAia wtiy my.brother  got  his  .start."      And  everybody  roared.  What'She Needed  A wandering peddler stopped at a  southern cabin and opened: his pack  according to the .-'Cincinnati'!'Commercial-Tribune.  Mammy, let me?eho:w you some self  raising umbrellas, he? began.  No use, man, ?no use. Interrupted  the old colored woman as she busied  herself about a boiler of: clothes.  Cayn't use nothingflak dat.  How about self-raising window  shades?  No good heah, lease dey ain't any  windows wuft* talkin* about.  Self-raising buckwheat? ���������   ,  No good to me���������-we eat cohn pone.  But, mister���������"  Well mammy?  *   Jf you'll tell me how to tuhn dese  heah I'ohtoon bad, chlllun    Into    self-  ralsln' pickaninnies Ah'U bo yon fron'  foh llfo, dat Ah will, sah.  ���������( The Inconsistency of Man  Mrs. Peck���������My husband was such  an ardent lever. You should have  se^n how he pressed his suit on me.  Mrs. Heck���������Yes, and now he com-  ylalns because you ".-w.ear the trous-  ���������ers.?Y?   ������������������ ��������� ������������������   -. - ! ... ���������;'��������� -������������������-?'!?;:.-!? ??:'������������������  British Imports of hops, about half  of which come .from the United States  reached $5,835,000 worth last year,  against $3,835,000 in 1910 and $3,-  320.000 In 1901). ",>'  v+ungary has  decided  to establish  a regular steamship line to, Australia.  international Poultry Food i  Prevents OhvierA. and Saves ths L!tt!o Ohleks H  little chick is just like a littla b������by~ita health depends oa' its food.   Improper feeding  ���������tieni the wav tor disease.   Chicken Cholera. Roup, Apoplexy, can be prevented and cured /  by feeding; INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FOOD.  Mv chickens had Cholera until some of their combs were turning; bl'sqk.  After using a few feeds of " International Poultry Pood," I never lost *  another fowl, and Cholera has loft  my  premises.���������J. F. Bahnbtt.  Give alt your chickens a daily feed of " International."   It keeps them well���������fattens up the  broilers���������makes hens lay all the year round���������keeps the cocks vigorous���������and  insures raisin**' tbe little chicks.   If you want to make money out of your  fowls, feed "International Poultry Food."  28e.. SOe. and $1,00 a box. At dealers everywhere.  Write for free copy of out- $3,000,00 Stock Book, ths  K.ctfiLvi.t ..og,* nvcr *vrittan for farmers.  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD COMPANY  Utvifked  TORONTO  ���������~.u..\li, ^'-w"Vi' I//, 'a, T^y//'s>������ <SB*jas������v   \ ^ ���������*���������     .  f,-,>*,t���������what part of the family tret:  ������w 1, muz?  Mothf-i-���������I giiasa jou arc into or tlui  llmba,  ������H*lc  l>ick���������Do ynii {uipiinne lliat.'s whnt  ������������������i-ru'i Tri'wnt tlili nioinliu* wlwri he mhI'I  SIiaVIT i-.V.Sht: tO hr.; *-������������������!**!'"���������������������������I iilinlll. (!Vi-|'V  HO  Oftftll?���������.l'Ull*r..  ^^!fl^^s^tw^  ^l���������JtEI?NiE^������  >ti "W^i'W'^'^  'J^vdlmty&teXm'.W*.���������**������ ...v&%Jjfi-  i.*' ���������litV;.^.r_..:���������  ... .   '������������������.���������  il?A  rwuNr  sjyyjssyMMfens^- --wtsj^Ajmjij-^uAMM  ^SHB5R!rf* Ram., ^rrVxwBmfffnJar  A Bluff Called  He Buckh-nl.y pur. IiIb hand In bis  waistcoat porlcot. and drew out three  broken   cigars.  Then ho loolced at his best girl  with *������. forgiving Hinllo-  Flor do King Alfonsos, ho airily  miiil, Kitty Uullui'N a humlml. lint  who cares?  I.ct me;  ������oe them,  snld  tho plrl.  She Inspected the fragmonts clone-  ly.  Vri-:, :-.hc iiul'-'tly annonnrotl, llmt'fi  i."ii>) kind .ini������r������ nlwuva buyii whon he's  I'luiiilug for olTlcn. T know tlio odor,  Fivo dollars a thousand. Somebody  linn fwoh'il ynu. Crt'orgo.  olii' n-:u> a wl:,,- i;li-], .".l'ifl ftir* illit  not   htiiIWv���������Chwoland   Plain   uijalor.  Failed to Aspirate  VMiriiig t;la.iRtouc'u laat cont<>Ht for  Hi<* imlviTrtby In Mm duyii of piiblio  voting Prof, Hmlib wiih oiih ol tho  U'llern.. A ci*rl.uln don who never  could iiianuKO IiIh Ii'h vvnnt.i-il lu vole  f.ii Un- Tory candidate!!. Hlr Wll-  Imh, ;;..,;:,...,U ;:;*.;! ?."v. '.":*���������������������"���������"-  IhiTily,  but.  lout  hln  hoiid  nnd  nald:  "1   vote   Tor  (j!;i(l���������,"     tlun     imh1i1������*ii1v ,  ;com*.<!tliig hlniHi'ir. i.'X.'.lulJiiril, 1 HU'iiu   trouhlou to anybody    <>1ho.      I'.uIUii  for 'iCathroto and 'Ardy,     Thoroupon   birly If your confidante happoiiH to ho  Hmllh   hiiIiI:   "I   claim   thai,   voin   for   a ili:utht.  *JI.-J.,t..."      "'        I"*"*"-    '���������������������������,'',   ���������������������������"  \'li-..-4.*lmn. "** ���������    votor did  not  II ii I uii  your  ArHriiilc 1ms perhaps been-'moro frequently used than other poison for  criminal purposOB. ��������� It has been  proved Identical .with tho "wonderful ollxlr" of the 17th century, when  secret poisoning became bo , frequent,  lu Italy, Then younf*' widows wero  abundant In Rome, and* most, of t,hc  unhappy niirrlafjes woro speedily dls-  nolvod hy Iho cWt.h oT the hufiband.  A ".ocret society of young matrons wiih  discovered which mot at tho house  of Ln Spara, n reputed witch, who  supplied thorn with a slow, tiistolosH  noloiiftHs' polsou, cnvofully calculated  lo kill n huHband tn just the tlniu Mini,  hiiltuu 'the purehasor. T,n Rpara nnd  thirteen of hor companions worn  li'i'igr-d, n. largo number of culprits  w'm*p whlppod hnlf naked through tho  Htrcots of Home, whllo.pthors ol tlu-  hl'diont rank oncaped with heavy  linos nnd banlBliment.  TCvorvthlnK tl������\t I take up T bollovo  In ������olim into tborouRhly,  1 bf'llovfi you. wit'o.' I^uhI. hIkIH  whon 1 retired thoro was a $10 hill in  my hip pocket. Whon I arono Mila.  inonilnir   i.hs������vo wnnn't.  There In no oomfort In tolllnnc your  The "Clinton  ajta^vtmMmwmuutmmiiimmTim  1  Price $1,125,  't.^-,-^:^?tf^^s^V^.:i,.>'j������/..i,t*>y,r  vLi.'.'::   *'  .'**'*1.' *" ��������� .'"^ ^' '^\} L\:;.Jll2^J^^^mmammmmi^m^mmmrmmmumx^mmmmmtmf0m0mimm^mm^^mtm  F.O.Bs. .Clintoiir.Oixtario'  ��������� ���������,������  ��������� s  :-:  VV. N. U. 902  414.1 lor, Mil'  tan.r.ilfif.''- Ji.imr. That, tn true, nam  Hmlth, but. Mmmi ho did not oven begin the othor two,  You koI. i\ rutHo a moniu ano wiiuu  MO|l     WIM >���������    HUH I I,.,J.  Yoh. hut. I hiivo to pay ullmony from  llilu out.  Four Cylinder, four cycle, 22'/8  Home  Power,   titrona,  handwme, durable.   For thp ���������f.r.mo^rooeiS;.  butcher,  liveryman���������or anyone uolno   hornc** for buolneni* purpoues. >-',.?,  Capacity 1500, mercht*ndl-*e, or nine orawn people-    Upkoep tar le������������ tlisit horses.,   Can    be    stippled  vZ full canopy top, removable, and three toaf, or with oeau lenflthwl.o for; bus purpo.e., or with  full covv5iad wood and metal top.  i-or  caiaiofjuo   ������nu   >*\\  "���������WJ  E. D. Cleghom     :-:      :-:     Sales Manager  Queen1* Hotel, Winnipeg  .*������������������*--* ���������������������������Hpi\f Y- ���������v'������ " h-vt;������u'., ���������>*������ ��������� ^.y,-*1--,*******-,-^  ������.. ���������>s-lv***'M  ���������.- r-^r-Timn.,,,,,     tl],mmBmm1mmmmmmm  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmamm -,^..,^,������^.....,..,^:.,^  li':'.-:  K*:  ���������?:*i?;,v^i'iS������^S:  BW^^^^^^&^^^MM^i  mimiaaaamaaaaaaaammiamaimamK  P^iMII^ETS  . '���������'.   --'A :--:   .."���������"..-'-." - <ti- .-.'���������-,-"-*",-���������������������������    ----..;';���������"-��������� v'"   - :���������'��������� -.".-.��������� ���������   ��������� ��������� '* '��������� ��������� .  :  ?/;Y^Celebratibn;:o  ??   O^ steps  -."-' to? jolnS with? ::Great -Britain and. the  ,/ Tjnited : States ?ih ��������� Joining' two ?years  ti- trom: how??iri?' the ' proposed Z celebration?������^^ years Of peace  betw^ea ^hevi^o -ereat; branches of  the English-speaking people.    Y?:  -.-��������� The : decision to do so' vvss reachsd  -::at Yprcb&biy/; the '������������������������������������.'most"���������'��������� representative  gathering  ever? held jn Ottawa.  Un-  '3e'r* thje presidency ?-"';of. Sir    Edmund  Walker, siatesiheri, leaders in    Intel-  Jeetuui  thought, ��������� captains of industry  aiid  repreBehtat-'lye;; women  gathered  together to arrange for Canada's participation jn the peace centennial.  ���������A representative' coinmittee was appointed to draw up the basis' of the  association which will be formed to  arrange for Canada's,.co operation an.d  pathy of the government .with the object of celebrating the one hundnedth  a'n'nlyersary of peace bctween Great  Britain and the iJnited States, the  two gre������t branches,?o f ; the r Engl ish-  speaking peoples of the?-world. ?  It will be; a great, a; unique occasion, although I am baptvy to say. that  in one yesr Great Britain and France  will he able to celebrate a .like occasion. A resolution Ayaa adopted  authorizing the formation of the Gan-  ada; peace centenary, the formation of  Which was left to a conimiitee"..'composed of Sir Edmund Walker, Toronto; chairman: Hon. W. T. White. Hon.  G, H- Perley, Hon. T. W. Grothers,  Right Hon."Sir Wilfrid Laurier; Hon;  W. S. Fielding, Ottawa; Chief Justice  Sir  William  Mulbck,   Toronto;   Horn  ^picii.ber;::of:/N.5st;;Ypa  ''' rt;--?Buy>sr^^  ���������:;: brgahixation?^^?^^^?!? ������������������  ��������� -ti Ottawa^Hbn, :;G?; E^oi^  ter,;of. trade arid: commerce, i^  ment "given tb the ^public?' says^-? ������������������������������������''.  Since the .agita^  elevators; private^capital;?:has?:kept  largely but* of the- :bhsineas)pf. providing terminal "stor^gO."3^' The -un-.  certaihty; preyehted decisive a^  Mb brie cared to go aheid, until the  business was oh a? perihaheht basis.  With the notices given, y the individuals and .companies Ywill now know  the" policy to be pursued -and can  make arrangement accordingly;  The main portion of the 1 fetatement  given is to the?effeet that? sample  liiarketaYwill he established by: order-  i4U"i>-uuuCiL . ������**    Kj\2i*i.szim?zz������������ *.-..**.��������� ���������*���������.���������'���������.;.  Notice is necessary? says Mr; Foster, in order .-that'^the^^dealred^cbmpet-  ition as, is. essential for��������� a; sample  market may be" had. Expert buyers  will have to be? on hand, ? possibly  more capital and organization must  be put into the buying?process and  terminal facilities be provided for  storage and blending; ? ?  TBI  MANV������ET^������i-^  ���������:'������-Y^^TOytiOAiU ADA; ? ���������?;'      '"'"'" "'  reiterated crbp'?scares,?ahd ,the'm  ets a;re?me^ly/ d^^  theYielding springs iiito? nervous;' act-  mrnmmsm  ivit;^ ihatt^  prices^ and?a*^n?^AShaj:p?^ varice. OnY  .?? UheYsveek; it is found th^    /:Y ??lpart:cash< w^  Estln^ted-^hat Canada's Immigration  Pol^^Resiili^ ^  Month tb the  United ||'^^  Yimou* Winnipeg market cash,wheat i?  *& ti:tx> 10 .lower, July;"is :-^������e ;iower: and  October is; 1 %c lb-wer? ?Whiie the sea  son gerierallyybver America is late its  advance is betbkenedYby? the reports  of wlieat?cuttiiig havingbegun in Texas? bbt the cutting of t^  field do������s hot ?-*heaii?tbat? harvest ?'is  gejtierai. Harvestiiig will hot likely be  gbneral in Texas';befpre?the middle: of  June; 'soine districts?;are??reported::tQ  ���������.ESSQ^  ' FOFt YJ Q ti E;;:1'6iw.1912������������������'';^:;r*;K?!p������S^^*t  ,%v..r:i'"..**.-r-'^-. .,r ^Vfj.-''*!,?. *:<;X-^:":?^i^s^y^^S������li  Text  there  is  every prospect that it will j Rodolphe YLemieux,,   Ottawa;  be fully representative of every, part  of the Dominion. .    '  Sam Baker, M.P., of Hamilton, moved ths t Sir Edmund Walker take the  chair, arid this was carried. Sir Edmund made a statement as to the object of the gathering, explaining that  a committee formed in the United  States has been at work on the project for souse time, and that considerable correspondence had been carried  oh'.- with that committee. Y Steps had  also been taken, in Great" Britain . for  that? purpose. It having beebme ne-  -ceBsary for ������onie one to take? the first  step,  a cir^l&r baxiYbeert issued, in  ���������[; response : to Ywhich" the gathering Cf  today had taken place. Sir Edmund  added some observations as tb the interest of? the; English-speiaking? ^rorid  in the passage or the "VvBBiiy of'-Ghsnt.  wjijAjh had started'.. this -*������eribd bf  peacev.; ?.;'��������� zy. z..: -\;ry''zyi;;,j;Z\:tiy\y::  Z :Hbc.; G. H? Perley read :/a-. letter  from Sir Wilfrid Laarisr, stating that  he was' confined to his home with  lumbago^ and ^wonid not be able to  ijg;:py4������iogiit much to his regret.'.  c? HonY W. T. White, miaistci" of hn-  ance, speaking^"on ;belu^lf;'"of the^ov  erniheht;-? eisprsssed:?iiis^? pleasure at  seeing so 'man-ji prominent    and dis-  ? tJhi-*^ished?citizehs?or  rStsd;to.pspress.-the .interest and sym-  Maekenzie King, Ottawa: Sir R. W.  Scott, Ottawa; Hon. David Laird, Ottawa; Hon. J- A. Mathieson, premier  Prince Edward Island.   .  Sub-committees for the western pro-;  vihees were haihed as follb.ws:  Manitoba���������Hon. Hugh John? Mac-  Donald, Winnipeg; J. A: M. Alkins,  M.P., Winnipeg; Sanford Evans, Winnipeg; J. W. Dafoe, Winnipeg; M. Hi-  Nicholy, Winnipeg; R. &,. Richardson,  Winnipeg; Rev. SG. Ghown, D.D.,  Winnipeg.  Saskr^Bishonof Qu'Appelle, F. W.  G. Haultain. ?j.i;P.P., Commissioner  Perry, R.N.W.M'P.; Senator Douglass,  President Walter H.YMnrray, "University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon;  Alberta���������Justice H. Harvey, Edmonton; Bishop of St. Albert, ArCh-  deacon Robins, Athabasca Landing;  ������4eut.-Goi.' Cruickshahk, D.O.C., Calgary; YF. A. YMorrison VefcAev*i]?e;  President Tory?University of Alberra,  Edmpston* Principal S.W? Doyle,  /Edmonton; ''"Re.y.-;D? G./BIeQut-cn, p.p..  000,000? each  ��������� States??Tnrou^  ��������� ca"n;;'F?armers?:^?'?'?;'?H'^ -Zyti  Seattle^--W^li^wlS^teyer, ul-ftbaa.te-  ly may?be;dpine:?it?appears to be the  consensus bf; opinion of the delegates  to'������������������'thei deyelo^eiit^^ league ebngresisw  that all^^possible ?^i*essure b������ brought  to bear to oahse?the?:XJhited States  department? bt?c6mmerceY'and  labbr  to   eiiter oh ? a ?publicity  propaganda <V ur^e:   some oismccsv are; reportea  io  immediately in an effort to bhtain^^  exbositioAA?������f?adyafe  t������--iitv   that tinkn ^,a\t the  settler in \a.erY^beat, and the -indicated yisld oy  sev^^mestern^tate^^under the aus- j^^^^lff ^S!Srt^Pf^%  pices of; whose? gdyerrihors the meet- ^;^^^ 10,000,000 .bushels ^and;  ing.-:haa^ee:n-c*aied.'^  'Z Ah effort" is to b������:madei to organize  a movement;, that will; :rendpr ?it-;^  cumbent'������������������.'uppn' customvcbliectbrs and  other government oiTiclals at all ports , ..   .,^j,,,,,,;..,..... trnm  K9nc!,B  n,fv-  0f: entry  toYProtnulga^^  Ltike'- tylil [ti:^titi[;^B^i^m$^mm  w*-^������-^lti^J'n������^;'r*X'xl!}X^������^������^  0p0?people,vthat state has rip -wheat for;  sliipjiieiit -to-Oiitbidc .-points. It does  hot: raise? enough for bread arid seed,  arid  gets' the. bulk of its breadstuff.s  Eduiont  J.X^^.'- On.r   AJAA,.. ���������A*-''?. .  A     Plin>1i-   nnlo-arv.  Britis"h Colnmbia���������Hon. R. McBride,  Yietoria; Hon> C.-H.-Tiipper? Vancouver.;; F. Cv Wade, l Yanconver; G.- H.  Cov������*ah',-'���������.-'��������� Vancbnver: ��������� Archbishop McNeil, Vancouver; Rev. Principal: Mac-  Kay, Vancouver; Clive Phillips, Woblr  ley:?������������������ tily.'Siti- Gdsnell?  Victoria)  TO BE 3,000 UNOER CANVAS  Em.  ,Ml!!tsry  ..Carnp iNear    Cal'iapy  "'?':'���������'??..  braces Whole West;  Calgary,  Alta.-^It Is  estimated ! by  military^ officials : that close oh three  thousand m**n will take the field and  sremaip, under canvas during the fortnight?which i^b miUtary^  last.. ���������'.' 'tititiZrZ/Z  WANTS   FIRST   WRIGHT   CRAFT  Cubans to Arm WithL Krag-AJorgenson  . ?i?. .���������' ' ?R'ifles,.Y;;Y??::?Y?  Washington.���������-The state department  authorized -the war    department    to  honor  the application  of? the; Cuban  government for  5,000  rifles ;and one  million-rounds of ammunition? which  are to be used to arm the; volunteers  and the guards    organized    by    the!  plantation owners to  ^protect    their J  property against   the insiirrectps.  President" Gomez wanted thfe latest  type of Springfield rifle similar to the  10,000 already supplied to theCuban  army. When it was found that such  arms could not; be sold? without ex-^  press authority from 'Congress, arid1  as it would; take some time to?secure  the necessary legislation,; the' Cuban  government decided iof?aceept Krag-  Jorgenson rifles instead-";Y'?^  Thece. are pra.ct.iea.ily hew ^weapons,  rels and pat ih: thorough.order w&en  having. been supplied withrhew*bar-  they \vere withdrawn from;theJregular  army and set a.pari vto .form a ris-  serye eupply of about 100,000 istand to  equip  a  volunteer .arihyiia?ease  of  ��������� _~.t *.��������� -'.':_.".;'; -   ���������������������������:'.-.'���������";.���������'...;' ' .-..-  .AAc^sAA.. .���������;"',--....: ,.'.-,,������������������  The weapons ."^will's be;v sold' tc the  Cuban gOvernmeht at ^6ut?S5 each,  plus express charges.���������..??YY??Y? ,  relative to the fertility of the soil;the  agreeable nature of the climate and  the vast natural ;wealth that await  the settler in the states. It is the  intention that each state shall: compile ; statisttes pertaining to? its own  advantages and that, the government  shall-.undertake tb have thesevpririted  in booklet forni and distributed..where  ever bppbrtuhlty affords.Yytiyy- >���������;?  It is believed by the seveh governors and ?their; colleagues*, ?that? It:;. has;  been because Canada adopted-Vaggijesr  sive mednis:: of attracting: Settlers; not  only maihtainihg informatibh- bureaiis-  at home,^ bnt?in foreign couritrlesYthat:  she has siicceeded in attracting ah  average rbf ?11,000 ferihers a month?  ;.frOm theYwestem :states.Y?;Y  .-?:'-:''?Y?--  ,1t is"estimated?by; enstpms officials',  that the Yexpdus of "'these American  farmers hatf "resulted in ;ia loss each   a.*-   -j; . eioc rtrtn ftftft  iiUJl^.^J ���������   AAA    < 4,A.AiA.,WW,WW.  Will Suffer?.A^ain^Th.'^;'year  Ottawa.-���������C\vi as to the large am������ :> ���������-���������- '-  The big camp w'tn  "I   'rsTi^"**-  ���������ran   . TiitVsa  18 and it is'expected that all military  organizations of Western: Canada-will  be represented? Attachments from,  such points as-Winnipeg and many of  the smaller towns of the province  from Saskatchewan and British Columbia'will be also strongly represented by officers and men.  ���������H'B, RAILWAY TENDERS  Government: Wi"   Let Work on  See?  end Section of rsixty? Eight iCliles.  ? Ottawai-^Within the next few days  the DepaHmVnt of Railways will advertise for?tenders for the second sec-,  tlon of the Hudson Bay Rail-way. This  will comprise 68 miles between-Split  Lake Junction and Thicket Ports.  The tenders, it. is expected, will be  kept open until about the end of July  in order that prospective tenderers  may have an opportunity to ascertain the nature of the country  through which ��������� the section rune and  make their speciflcp.tio'ns.  Englishman Ureses That It be Placed  Beside  Stephenson's  Rocket  London.���������The"writer Of a letter in  the Daily Mail Suggests that now is  the time to*: the British nation to obtain one of the original V/right biplanes at cpmpa^.tiyeiy moderate  cost; He points out -that at the  South ^Kensington Miisetim is George  Stephenson's ibcomotive, the Rocket, a symbol of the great world transport revolution : of tbeti-'^nineteenth  century?: and adds:;---',Yv??;--'?YY;'*'^?:v':- ���������'  "Why not possess ourselves of a national memorial to a great; man by  buying at once an example of the  great transport invention 'Of the twentieth centufy?"        ?  ie minister of railways Sand ^^^^^^tiH^^^^l^ti^^  lah Lebriard,������0f? thex^atiOhal - f ^���������^?!a������������?W^^^^W^^s:  bhtinental, relative to the;pos-   in.th? ^^^'^$*m?ft,?^*j*eY?Y  Helping Out the Australian Fleet  jLondon.���������Arrangements have been  made whereby the admiralty will lend  the cruiser Encounter to.the Austral-  Ian squadron for the purpose of training crews. The Encounter will be  recommissioned with specially qualified ofllcers and a nucleus crew. The  note"imparting this Information to.the  Australian government , concludes:  ���������"We will continue to aid In. the development of the Australian fleet by  every moans in our power, *  Looking Toward the Future  Calgary. Alta.���������The gathering of re-  oresentatives of Western boards ; of  trade? fsi Calg?.r-v* during the exhibition, week in July is-regarded as'the  most important meeting'of commercial bodies y*?t\.he!d in Western Canada? The principal interest of the  meeting will be the dlscuswlon Of conditions and. opportunities likely to be  brought about by the opening of the  Panama canal. The'.opinion is becoming general that long before the-  opening of the canal the C.P.R. will  have ������1oubte-tr������ck������:,'i Its road, from  Brandon to the Pacific Coast, as  double rail'-t are alreadv laid from  Lake Snnertor to Brandon; and even  at that it Is likely to tax the re-  sourcew of railways and Canadian  steamship lines plying between Vancouver and Liverpool via the canal  to tako the grain crops out of the  country each season.  of work still to be done -by?the:: contractors on, the National '1 ranscorit in-  .'rital line; betweeh'Superloii*?Junctiiih  and A_,oshrane . anu the , ucCcSsii"",'  ���������Alow process of cons'tructibiii - it ������.-5  now: doubtful if this section 'i of tlAfi  line, giving the Grand Trunk through  connection with western Canada, will  be cbmplieted in time to helb? id relieving ths ?certain? congCstib-a^ipf w^hL-  /ern export wheat next fall?;-;? President ehamberlain and c;Vice:;p!*esfc!,ent  WairiTvright^ of the Grand ��������� Truhk?ey;s-  tem, were in Ottawa' cbriferrihg  with the  Chairman  Trahscbhtinentali-.T'eiatlyre to' the?pos  sibillty;- of liaystiig- this last vital ;link  in the hew line ready' for operation  when the? grain begins" to mo^ye:?: It  it were in readiness, the Grand Trunk  Pacific could handle millions of bushels more of western wheat next autumn by bringing its cars tbrough  from Winnipeg, to its Own Georgian  Bay and lake ports. .At present? air  though all possible speed.':will-;''b^?mdde  with construction,' it looks as ithongh  the road will not 'be in shape to  handle the traffic offering, .and the  company will have to rely largely  on using its line from Superior'Junction to Port Arthur. The. storage capacity at Port Arthur and Foj*t William will not be anything like-large  enough to avoid an "early congestion  if present western crop prospe'ets are  realized. Railway Officials declare  that despite everything they can do  there is bound to be a bail ��������� -R'heat  blockade In the west this year,   -  The?;western  states   *will   also  de-  viss a.; means to attract settlers Iii  antieipaddii of the?great development  to come?with the :opehing?bf the Panama ; canal, ti ?The icanal? stlso ��������� is ?&c-,  pected to ojtiea a hew:.' chahhel through  which; Iriimigratiqnffo^  flow ���������into': the western statesl :   It is  egtjin&tisd   that? the  cbst  of  landins:  foreigne^,from??^nrope? oti rpacitlc  cbiist 8bTi:rii*lter the:: cbmblctibn-of the  canal  -viriii  be ^bbnt ?*10? p^Ycabita;  greater fean thef^esent*co^  .���������ih*^;th^m^iii(';-l|ii^  The  feel?rig;? heioe? is  that; vanada  "has??b������?em [tirl ght, aindZ ������tbat ; she ;ha.B  waged' ?a;?'>fatty an^?sqnare   fight,: for !  immigfatlbh? end ?thatYshe has?been  succeasf ul ?to ?.theYdetTlmerit :-?;of'?iyelst-'-  ernr;states.r>.*; 'i&ti^KZZ-Z     -'--:��������� *-' ??���������-:-:..,-  Tlieyv; sayYCanada?has been;; given  five years' ?et^rt trough ]her  awake policy?Ib^tHe? admihistratioh  bf heV lands.??-??Gb"Zthe bthef ;hand  th���������������' homesteader;has?'hbt?be������^h?given  the,: encburag^iheiit ?he? v should;:; have  hail in the llni*^? States? they? say,  ahdYso-oie;-��������� :e^enY-gb?-^^  thatYthe :;imbmeht?ag 'j^n-?tekes^?up?Ja  in [the eyes'tiot ;the". nbsvei-fewthf^^be^  It is ?esti"^tedKthat;^here?<a^  the western-sfetes 100i000;0  good 'lEha?:tbYvbme?-uh^rYth^:';;plb^  The seven; nortbwi^fern?Bt^  sent at the congress^ here' com-rtrise' 21  nbr cent,  bf; ���������^i^Yentlre ^ea'|irf?the  ; TheYvYinterriatibnal   mbvement   of  wheat vhas been greatly increased by  the sbipmeht of.-Canadian wheat front  the Atlantic; seaboard to Europe, foi  lowing:?theYbpehing of navigation b?  the Canadian: .Lakes.     Last'"���������'.���������-we'eek- the  world's ? shipments   .-were"   13,536,000  bushelsY? cbaipared:   with   .13,440,00c  Inxshels fbr'same we**k last year.     A?.  showing ;the?gA?eat change In  tive shipments/';bf different countries  this   season>-������bmpared  with  last,   we  find that last ;i*^eeic; the exports from  Russia ; Ywere: Yonly ? 72,000    bushels  against 5,440,000?'bushels last year, and  fi'om America?tihcludirig Canada,:'-the?v'  were??thisY year?.?7,184,0Q0    biislvels;  against 2,968,000 ?bushels:';"a?", year ago.  Ofscourse: the bulk  iah whe^; arid;^  that -a great deal of 'itlsj very low gradb  stuff-??YWe? sorneUmes-:w:ohder what  '^iti^^^^^tiifi^^ti!^^) going to do;  ���������vvithvso much bf?this?No������: 5: and No. S  wheat, hot;; to? m^tibh?tlie feed grade,  and we ��������� if ear; mahyoft" them? wiii- have  trouble over? It;ti-asti.n-JlottiotZipi-ls-; 11a  ble to become ill-conditioned ;:wheii it  hieets' the warm snmm  Atthe same: time '7it?hi^ been ?a great  boon to Ythe iweiSteriiYfarmer? tha so  much ? of . it li^; ?f oinjilti .-'a ^marketV; a;  fair priced Y   :rhe.; A-cgeh^iie??aIsb ?ii?  hbw?sHipping?heaviiy,?and?a^i^w  Of bieri wheat is of i^br?<^lity? owlng^  to rain and rust; damage.?-c ^Euvope  ^Irobablyi never: had ;so;la,rge-a;ii>ercen'������.-  age 'of .low grade wheat' to hei'Yasj'she  has at the ijresbh t time, ?ahd it should  hays the?e'2feet; of-.-keening-'n'p the'prlc--*  on ^highc^ade^i ?wheat. ?: vLa^ ? week  there   wasYiaYelIght?iricrea^  quantity1 oh passage,  arid the aggTe-  gate^ is   now ;60,080,000?b������shels,   the  largest   qnantityY recorded ���������' for ? many  years.;?   Tlie mbyem^iit? of ; wheat in  the United States is now considerably  smaller htah? it -was?a; year ago, arid  while zflour trade .is ; still called; doil  ahdY slow,  the United  States ;yiisible.  supply; Ydecreas^d latat week 2,343,0&,0.  i-usheis?;agalhst ah?^en bf?.:i;013;,  nOQ: ^Slmls?a) y^  we^etniCana'da,;hasyhad:a mlied?kin^  of ti star ������?bwiiig; tb; Repeated,; rains ?and;  cool feather^protractihg?se^.???EarI^  fields lobkY-w-ell^ arid?this: last?;w^ek.  there; ha-xie?^'^' ?-;thoiiy'?^3iund|^,,;.'ia]hv\y--.  p^ls.''---the'v'Sermon-;tb!h??-i^  foil owed-: Jby.yi!^tiwi^M^i^i^^p^^������^  boat-as?a?pulplt?anii?th^  net ? with;; fishesiViii- ter?ii;?nigiit^- 6E^ui^i%'  I6s*3vtb:l.''' ? Af tar:-'th.ix>'c'a&e^  irig.-- i>������ the lsper:���������'ahd?'thc--^i3icd5:maJJ|^|  'the^ call of ,>mtthbw?^>^^th^?^p^|b^p;  Oprsparcd in his'".'-.o>vnt'':I^  of the inii>ott3!,c 'rnan::,;at;?Be^sd^(;|^^g!  man' in, tlie sy'ii"iSoghe?'wlth?i.he?S^tsE  ered: hand, . tho:.'���������TA0it,^ftiZ^r0'&^^^^.  choosing pi the ������we\������&ti'$$&"$&&i&&^*$^$^  t%e[ plain,;:.the:, healing'^O^-thcY^vfwiS^  ibii's .'"servant; the raisirig':;.to;-;li*e'>:'^^  svidbw's son and hiuch pr^c^iri^^ajplf  i,.;.. .!���������,.        ..*������-��������������������������������� 4 j,r.~ .���������ir,{o'.'.:l������.- ���������^wi's'ili*'A4������>4nSjjiite������S'.  rOct'-:as: to the order?6f?$y^ht^^?nti������^j  'is'..'hotv-ali important: if [^h;Zcduytih[ytit^m^a  sce'-o-iirselvesv Oay' >by.': .i;i*>?1:\*������ith?*Hifl^i  .���������VliOi;."'-:b'ii^^  Ghost and with - power, wentiabPff^l^^^  iriii "good aiid - heaiing- ali that^^eVep^^  ���������������oi*,ed->;of-tho?deyil,.?G6d.Yboi.i^^  feisAihdhigh^ temped  jng weather^ only the falhfall s^ehii  __,.,. _..���������,,......     ,^....^.: . Bu^rabundaiit??  Iri the thre  United StatesY    Accp^  Warships go to China "  Washington.���������--Rear Admli'al Oster-  hniiB has notified tho navy department  that he has designated the; battle*  f>hina MlsROurt. MIshIhh1ppIv Mtnneso-  tn, and Ohio, the fourth division of  the Atlantic fleet to go to. Gunntana*  mo- Ho dona not say when tho fillips  will loavo. Ron r-Admiral Usher  commands tho division.  P.  will  of  German Prince an Author  Ttorlln.���������Pi'looo Frederick William  lint", made bis'dobut as an author.  "From My I-Iuntlnar Dlnry," which Is  now lu'lng printed, desct'lbea the  crown iirlnci'H IiiiuiIuk. .uxptu'luucv^  In Germany nnd abroad. Many .pirn-  logrnpltH will uppoar In tho book, som������  ot them by th'b' crown prlnco.  Drought Whole Car of Amerlcane  Calgary, .AUa.-'---G. V. Ponrlcy, trrm.  oral ngent. Tor tho C.P.R. at Wnnh-  Ingt.on arrived horo rocontly and  bvouii'ht. wltl* him a whole car nf  Amiiricanw, whom h'.- will UiUi* ohsil t.w  lun'chaao  farm  landn.  Hon. L. P. Pelletler's Trip  Ottawa. ��������� The Hon. L.  Pelletier, postniftster-geiierol,'  leave Canada at the end  the month ov the beginning of July  for a trip to England and France. Tlie  Hon. Mr. Pelletier.. will, combine rest  with business for ut prosent . he is  far from well arid hopes to secure  pome of h!������*-l0'.������t li*��������� tilth ^by ,'life ocean  voyage- While In EiVfilaLsil he will  take up the HUbJect of choapor ciihle  rates as he promised-, hist' spsslon, It  is hoped, and whllo In France, the  qiieHtlon of postal rates will bb-discussed.  Gtato Wolcomo for Cadets  Ottawa.-���������Hon. Sum . Hugh on, mlnln  tor of mllltlti, luiu received a eiihle  from lion, Mr. T'luicr., r.ilnir.tor of  mlltt Iii for A list nil In, auiiouiioing tluit  this Civnaillun ("adetfi from Bvltli-h  Columbia, who arc to vlnlt AuHtrnlla  i\i\n H.niiiiii-r, will be given a mttitr*  wi>l<!onii> by  the  (���������omuumwuuitii  gov-  ("I'lllliOHT,.  New Bust of Sir Wilfrid  , Ottawa.���������The statement, Ib made  thnt nn ordor bus been given "to  Paul Cbovrlpi', the sculptor, to carve  a iiinv biinl. of Sh- WlU'i'Ul'to replftco  .the dnmugoi"! bust, which now adorns  the vntumln of the Chntenu Lnurler.  Tlio llguro foil when it wns being put  In plneo mid the nose suffered some  Injury. The new hur.t will bo ready  Ih tho cduriui of a lew mouths.  Moroccans  Routed by Strong  French  Column  ,-"*<;.. It I.- .'I'lnninc,''! th'it ' the  trlbosnien wero complot'-ly routed hy  the strong French column' neat out  F.ntnrrtny hy General Lyautey. Tho  ti'lhor.mrn held por:ltlonr nix ml I on  out.niiUi Fi1'*. Tlii'y were Hhelkul hy  tho iirtlllerv nnd It- Is eiilimurod that  mIv hundred of them were lulled. The  nltniitlon In Fez him greatly Improved.  "  '" i ** **  Canada's Exhibit at Milwaukee  Milwaukee; Wis.���������The controversy  between the land department of the  Canadian government and the Wisconsin State Fair Board took on a  moro serious aspect oii "Monday, when  an official order was ��������� received from  the government at Ottawa hy?the representative, of tho land department  In Milwaukee that money In any  amount niu.st not, be spared to make  the Canadian exposition here- nt the  tlmo of the state fair the greatest  Canadian exposition ever held In the  United."'States. The orderYruM.li*-.'  stated that t.ho 70th Cairieron Hlgh-  hinders hand of Winnipeg, will be  ordered to Milwaukee for ijnlr week  nnd tlWit. a paiado ovor two mllOB In  length of Canadian grown products of  the soil will be organized. Several  hundred Canadian hnrsco from, the  Northwest will ho sbnt to draw the  monster floats.  J. Hill, these sta^s^ iare cap*Al)le; cf  suppbrting an isxoeedingly? dense pop-;  ulatloii, arid still the ? total : riiiiriber?  dwelling there does not amount quite}  to six million? ' The^ total bppulatlbn  of the United States is now claimed  to be nearly 100.000,000?  In the past tenYyeiars; the} population of these western statei3;Hiave!; 1h-|  creased to the' small extent of brie  million.; .���������'���������.'������������������:'.-. .���������.-:-;   ?-:-::,?;'Y:���������'.;?  During the past two" years.:.thousands of, the most prosperous farmers  of these seven states, not to apeak of  thf* huntlvecJs^from Other state*', of the  union, have gone to the prairies? of  western Canada to what? they'.believe  to" be : opportunities under more : desirable conditions.  Lord 8trathcona io Granted Medal  Losdon.���������The Albert modal of tho  Uoyal riooli'ty of AHk Tor tlw 'current  year has been awarded hy the council with the approval of tlio president  ot the society, H. R. H��������� tho Duke of  ���������Connaught, to Lord Strathcona for  hlu nervle.t'8 lu Improving rati eonv  muuloatlonH, developing Iho resources and promoting Iho i.ou.ir.nvcc  and IndUHtry of  ..Canada   and   .other  THE MIaRKIaT REPORT  Weekly   Gi*alrj   Letter     Supplied     by  . Thompson, Sons & Co., Grain Mer-  chanta, Winnipeg.  Winnipeg, May 29.���������There has no*  been much change Jn the wheat mark  via duviii"*; the past week, and as ���������'���������regards the Aniericnti markets we think  m'lces would have given way gome, ii  it hail not bcoii tor the now crop sou re  in tlio -winter wliuat, whioh liaii.de'yul-  open In Kanfjas and Nebraska owing  to lnc.lt of rain. The weather in the  winter wheat" belt of the United Stat-.-s  Is certainly being characterized by ex-  ironies. In Illinois nnd. Missouri, and  the country surrounding these stntec,  th* couiplaliU. after tho winter killing  dflmago litis been excessive rains and  cool wrathor, preventing work ou the  Iniul and tlio planting of com, but  over a largo part of western and north-  woBtern Kansas and f.onthorn' Nobmii-  Nn, iliM'e hnu lieen no rain for home  tlmo, and in.tho last ten dnva there  lias" been exijcsslvo heat, wit If* hot  winds and dust, storms. Tlio: avoM-  Unown V.rop oxpertH, Messrs, Snow,  IngllH ai)d Loeount have, bowi travelling hy motor cars through trio uhoie  eo-iiiLi'-v during the pint week, .and  their reports nil agroo u,m  (������������ uorlc/.'.?,  States there is believed to be a db'  crease of arounilten per cent in the  acreage cbmpared with';, last year, but  there will: be no official figures "to go  by until .the, 10th June, when -the U.S.  Govei. June report comes out. Iii the  Canadian west guesses at the acreage  are being reduced' arid;probably fife  per cent increase Over last year's acreage may turn but about right,, because  the shortage in plowing last fall and  the lost time arid delap.-by���������'-, excessive  wet weather thlssprlng, has prevented  a good deal of land being put under  Avheat that Avould-have been otherwiso.  A; great deal of what is sown liais boon  very poorly put hi being disked in on  BtubbJe1 fields, and a great deal or poor  heed has buen used. The poor seed  Is already,resulting in some fields hating to be res-own, the seed hoing rotted  by the A\'et, and cold, other fields sIioav  a very thin stand from the same cause.  Nevertheless It Is a wonderful country, and . tinder-' favorable weather ���������;  good yield of wbeat might result even  from a poor beglnnim*,.  Ouv Winnipeg ? market has berari;  steady, with "a fnlr demand for all  grades'of wheat, .prices at end of wt>ok  being foniewhat klower than a week  ago. , Thoro Is nothing in tho local  situation calling for special remarl".  To-day'u cash prices arc: 1 Nor,  10a%e: 2 Nor., 101c; ft Nor., Of!Vie.;  No. 4 Avheat, SCVic; No. ,1, Tic; No. C,  CiP.c; Fepd wheat, ,ajJ>c; No. 2 Albcrui  Red Winter, OG'^c; No, 11 A.'R. 1)4V"V,  No. 4. A-TR., 87 %������..' "Futurou closed  Mav 10'ic, July'30B%cF.October-08o.  Oats  plULH    Of  Weatern  Ui'n  Urltlsh   Eniplro.  ���������l������   Him,:; -and.,. ";���������'��������� doings?:; tht^u^Y-.Y^nl^|  the miia^lbs and sighs ^ibd  Tbero was one gteat-arifly ���������;gbo;-'.^maa������|  who; did not se-Y'tliese "wbti deiw?Jof|3|Lii^i  puwer -" fronv day to; day?yixi ttitijhe^^a^'  xtiut  up ������������������ iri .:aY)?risbriYfo:''Y!thc?;'^  isako,;- but ^he':1iearl-bf :?tb>ni:v.tois!efi^  denUy.':.*^6hdered':.,:whx'.'-':tbe;^OT  Wlibtn :he?had:i5e-e-a-:;ihe;;-Sj7ii:^  like a dove ai d remairi uconrrliiu^:ioS������'  he had bee'i told by;GbdYwaii?tba;^|iitfil  slab and whoni he hid pOlntecti<bii������?jit#:  the ^La,mb.'- of ?Gbd .^ohh^ii;??^!;)?-^!^  hbt:;deliver -hi mr irch}': priwh';'?^oi^t^.������^%-,  bwh?:;iirbi:lctQd;?cbncern^  ���������He;.;would procbdm:iiberty?;t,bYiJie^Ycatj^^  'tivesVaiiid' the ^bporitagYof ���������?ib*?'Spi^ao^^  'io z theiti. thai; a re' ilibiind" :{l^?iIslSiii^  _V������'ia-r\:a������-;.w:e^khb^:..Tes^^^  John m?pris6n ;nor. seajL?������!^|^^SaiJpM;  ::sagej-up?to?the?time,^  'lies:": was'? h*>? [^xwttitiy^^titi^Ssftiy^^^^-  John tiiiestioriing the wajYof:Gbqs&h������i:  the love of Gbd';aiid?lrislririatinig?3^^  after--all.; John sriust .'"-biiv-e heshYisi!^^  taken-:in lobintirig ::out'-'Jcshs::^:'^?tSc?^j  Messiah.-      If ;Jphn? had' ;nbt :;beeri:^n^j  some way arid,in; tw*^e?toe^u^sOj^no^i  ed: -with  Je*������us .wohid,?He'.':bay������??6|cii|0  him;the/m������fiase.:Hc-did.-:'^  wliosoiever, shall hot?be  ;bi^hdedf/jlfi?  ?,io?"      (Verse 8).      To the bu<^tion|g'  of John through   the; .,-.i&j6r?^iis^ples^  Yrhom he sent-:r'<Art thou Iie?tS^?shi>iiI^  I or^ do -we l^li*:f Or?ah^llie)"^''^l^  ' Jesus .'in. that;sairie.;'bbut"?wrb^^  miracles?aiid?'sMd,?**Go :iy<*^^  teii.:- Jdliri -twhat&thhigs'--:.yev;ha^eYB%e^  arid he-ard^'? aridvthwt- zHe ti%ddedMthe?i  word ^bbut?not'?bei*ag- 'offeridcdJ^CIiU^si^  vii. ���������'20-23)." ?'At ';one ���������-, itniey j:ei&atiaai$0&M  ;the; ;Jews?:; "If :T?dc; nbt?*^6-?-wcrksv^o^  my?: ^Father ?:belieye ? 1M^ "��������� ���������,h6t?;:^utS:l^|p  d������,^th*-mgh.. ;yc:;belleve?"rib^  ^i.;. .;.,^������i.������-.ai>������A'' '������������ - w.������..." .-i.^--.w.,?i.^i*v'-rt.-'^'.l^-:.  niO  ,������y������jAh.������   caaaav-.J'C; AAAajr.., s-uu������.-.���������=.a&xyr~:*r%^v  lieve.?th'at-'''the^'*Tattt"eV;,is?itt  -itf;Him.,'?'"('^h?X7-^7.^^  is Iri accord with^last?week;^'les8bii?0^  the necessity of/wo^kaj-a^i/'an^e^d'etiljii^^  'arid?;'dbih*-*;?";alway8s::p^  ���������;(;Matt.:'v?;?tS:;?MMi*  i20,?tulfe ;^iv? 19)YNb  ;^iV-mighlbr^brk^  ^eri':-arid?;atter-'He?had?-brbugM  ���������jut?bf. '5E^:pt,-:-������S^ ;#e-r^:;oos������*^nt-tvgb^'  Irig ottehdedAwith;Him^  .gainst.:'!Jirii?Y:?lThey-??ispabe;,Yi^  Hiiio'i-'i?tb'eW-,;be'lie'.vedvs-h^  provoked^. -Him,-:''; they ^i^gbt-Jllm^l^d^i  many:h;tinie?He;:.beihg:i:fu)lv:^^^  .siorii- ;turned ���������Hia;:?angw?ji^ftyY  them, for  He remembered ?thai^  Avere his flesh (I's? ixxvili);. ? ?^h������^ii^  picture of ourBelveBandihbwniuchrwi^  need that absioliite cbhiidence; iii Hjiof  and Obedience In HimY at ;all t*lmb*^  which will-.,'theh keep\.tt:titimti^*Ttitif&  irig' offended (Jbh'ii' xy.if^4").?tititiZztiti^:M.  The disciplesiV,ot;' Jpbii;havlng; deparjfe;  ed, -TeauB isaid to the -multltudt-s that?  John Atas a reed? :shakbh?^lthY?tb^  wind nor was he indeed the,nieaseritseiv;  predicted  by  Isaiah,  and  no  greater;'  prophet AViis ever born cf woriiariV and;  U they had received him he .would Have?  ne' n to tl cm Elijah.   : Compare "Mnlt,*  xvil. Vi, 13, but, do not fall to nbtl(CM  In the preceding vevscH that? the r/fhl  Elijah is yet to come.      The' saylngi:  'He   that is least In the klngdbmYot'  Heaven is greater than he,': (veraeijlliil  ilias perplexed-  many-   because:Y;lhe*?,  havo not noticed the meaning br:J'yA,\  the kingdom" and have not, uiiiteriitiWiVf  that the Kingdom cannot come unftll  the king   '.oniws   back   again.   Tl(js!.v  thc least In his resurrection glory Awyi;|  he gwater* than John was, and .Tbli'v  himself will ha greater thain; he.ev^'.  Avas before.      The kingdom    was    at  hand when Jesus was on earth.    ?Xt  was lu their midst in--Tli������ peraon.'asl  Uii 'sold In Luke -xvi. 21, nmrgln,-'biit';!  they did not recognize Him or Jt, bi^f  hy force resisted it, iii ti at lug Job"!  and later Himself and doing to hot?*,  as  their    rebellious    Avtoked  'hearlM  prompted  them,      Ho  tiibrefore  toM I  them plainly that the klngdoriiAyb^i  not come nt that time and not until,!  Thoro is very little change in .oata. |ins return (Luke xix. a^13V; ', I tjm  except thnt the contract grade is c  wbane easior, and tbb food grndes ������'���������������  a shade stronger; with 'Iw-ui dnnnnd  continually liorplexod by Ktatbmen(*fI  iroin men who ought to understandt  about the extension and the advance? I  for thorn. To-day's cash priceH are 2 I ment of a kingdom that Is not yet ,bo*,  Ctunndinn Wo������*wn, 44iV, *. I! (:.V.r. -f'-'o; |,.,,���������, N������||-.her John nor .Tonus' Christ  Ex  I Food,  Ilo;  l Feed, 4 3c; '2 Food. Yjvn please some peopl������\ aud tho nuni-]  ��������� 4 ...   .    .    '. '    .     .. * ., ...... ,J' _:i.,',|  4"IVi,c.      FiititruMa'lutrod    May    4-1 ���������;,(:;  .Lily 4tic. '..".���������  Barley���������  The barley ���������market ��������� continues qulot,  and  priceb are not ciiioiod.  Flax���������  The  flax  market, holds   firm,  inv'h caiih  jirU'es arc:   No.    "I  High  of  a  at.tr l-  Farmera   Blamed   for  Price of Gasoline  Toronto.--F.   Went,   niftnager  big  oil   company,   Is  hero  and  butoH the prHnont high pr.loe of gfts  oil no  t*o  the'enoritiou!'.  (lenmnrts   for !  Unit article  from   iho  \vont������'rn   farm*  otM.       One   agrlculturiHt   working     a  hugo area of wheat, hind lirHiiKkntehe  'tntungo to the avIu'uI. crop by this un  lavornhlo weather.      At kuiiic tlnio If !2oiinV   I   Man.  l!i������o:     Rejected.  Mioit   raiiiK rover   the  .libtrict   willuu   ".*UU���������.0K t.|0*i>il .Vlav UiKu*.; .luJ.v  ii fe.w ilayti time, eoiiswlevablo linpvnve-       A!| ,n.i(;o8 quoLvil lU'ove nve based ������>n  ment.would follow-      It hloiiih evident. |,*ollvetv  In  -store Fort    WlUiuni    ami  liowi-vov. thnt a. eeilaln amount, of l������*i-! port \rtlnir  To  NA'\'���������  ISO'!.  luvlniiciit from previous Very favornhlo  proppi'i'tH iiiiihI have hoeii mado n'-  iro.'idv, ii'inl the full prospect cannot no  'nigr.i'i'Ml, aiwl "-.lionld n fnvonhli-' turn  of weiither nol eiiine nulckly ft very  norlo in  ������*horl!ign  will   he  ������,mnei|  over  Duke of autherland's Eatate  LomUui.-���������(CiA.P.) The   Vol li,hire  r.������,i.,tA tyt nw lAnVo ov Mnttioriiinil   who  Iuih deelded to make hlH home on IiIh |  WeflttMCn     ���������'���������lUIHllll     llirilllllllllh,,     \> lib     |Mil   |  lip   f.il* iiii':tl(.n   ri'Cently,       Tli'������ enlatei  UOJllXll-.i.lllg  JliY U-il':,,   urouijlil if.ll'i.TTU- | l:H!UU;I.t  vvuiuuinn   iui    Cir..,di.;u   Cidcti;        i  Ottawa.--lion.  Hani   Hughes,    mln-1  tiiti'v  of  inllitiii   hnu  reinivi'd   n  ruble i  from   lion.   Mr.   Pierce,   minister   oft  militia f<������r Australia, aiinonnt*rng that I ���������.���������troin:-f<r than   wlmn   I  Id't    Fiwlninl.  the   Cnniidtnn   cadets     Irom     l.rltlnh i runl   hope   aoon   to   ho  niyt-ielf   ngiiln,  <   ������>l ll III 1)111,    Willi    Uii-    IO    VlllH    Allhl I'lUIII  i Nl!'l      ill-    v,i|,uii'rl      Miji|M-,,    ".     ...11..1,  ,;,; ,....N,.      ..'.'.I    !....     ;',...;.    ,.   ,,',..     ',,;:.        'Y '   ,"-'     -.-'    i������i.n*  am   ������i. ,.  w >]������M!ini>. hy   tho   <'iui:i,i.',iv,i'iillli   gov-i oeenn   Iri!),   ami   I   Avn li'iiijiul   llio   mil  probably T!(000/iii'������  wan, reeently laid in n "toek or 12,H00 |un (,voa  i-oiilnlnlu:  hurreii-i  1.0  loed   nisi  uioun* imuwh. inures m   wiiiht  \������n������,n..       i Wm,  ���������������.���������������������������!��������� ������*   .   to the big hhorlage which Iium aln a-iy  6lr Charles Tupper in Vancouver       i), ,.n < ������������ a i <--i in I In- m������i'I  \\l;.lii   ulu;.!  ViUKiouver. . l,.(\������������������I      am     feeling eouiiiry. will he n iniitter of Iniporiniuv  Free Rucela From Machine Monopoly  St. ri'iersburg, ltnfl������ia.���������Tlie ni-'ri-  eutural comuilltee Iuih auhniltteil t:i  Ilo lluiiia 11 hill fippvoprhitluj*; $r,i>,o������"io  to he it*eil in tent Ing 'BritIsh, German,  ''���������>H,,iil-m   Mint   othi-r   ai'i'lciillnral   inn-  bir of tl'Osb wboin the JHblc docs ii6ti:,  suit nocms to. be liiureaslng, but LlibJ  word of the Lord Blands, aiijl "wlad0ti*v|  is vhullcnted by  hor actions'   (verso  Ul,  Weymouth).  Coot of Living Was Never'Hlnhar.;'?.  New V'ni'k���������It .'cfic.t.H !������,oi'o tr, live I  in iMn inonth of June. 1*>12. than over |  before in the history .of .tli*.* Uiitlod^  Snits-H eviieiit. perhaps dining wai',.',  times. I'I'Icoh wero high a yearf-Ku#|  but. today they are. on tlie av**t'ag^|  nearly io per cut highor, ltebor*Un������*r  to trade aiiUioi-itlerY'inoriit.ibnflY.  Food  pii'duct'i aro the hlKhypt?Qfi,  vee.onl.       Meal,  i,',*-''h, .butter, flish? pbY  liiun"  eoffi'i;,  lea, Piigftr,��������� saH,,?,mola.iif"  tU'K. rlee,  ho.i-.nn and peiiH avefhgb S^'l  11   tiirliev Mm! whent.. oor'ri.'ortts.  'in the afier liaive'it lime, an Mien,tin  lieihiellon in ylolil will show lu the l< t--  f'hinery, with  the aim of freeing Um;-| v.nrlev.  Hour, etc.  :t:t  per eeut h������������"llOt*,.l  wlmi  nVrle.uUuro from tho    American i     Knit in  ���������,(,  die only  thing gbbd to'l  i> -i ,i  ill!).  ,.. i.,  ll.  .i.'iii-.i   ,u.|,|,., - -  im I'm,i,   liii'leiH  hi  the  iein an i ���������'"��������� i'"1 lii.lly ttiv  ,,u  ,l,.i,   '..::, i    ! 1.1 n;i.i   u   i.t;!  Wheal   lll'H'l'-  ;.|;!.   i,|;.'Cii|.i  , lir, .', i,I  .:.������;  iiruiojiol.'  n<>J;in<' Lo*.aca Cult  -ti....I,.       *.i..<f>    l>f.|i,i\e      1>ie     iiclrnno  h:i:-< lest ihe aetlen which uh'1 brought  ���������10   pieveni    Mile.   Ueuin   t,eli\   irom   uii-  "ll."  ihe r.'il'ie  I!''.!*-'!'.!).  eit that hiiAi--' ivrtiv/n -i*hi'ftpe**> - tlliHtrifC'  (bin last twelve months but thoy aro  i.liil   higher  than   In     V.He.       Leather  I ,>.-e,IiwIh  enut   1'.'  nor ei'lit  j le.alu uml ilrugii 1't \M'V eeni,  I ll    Vi III'   lll'.ll I I--.I.IH     ,,,���������m���������i  nuil 'eheinil  more Uinii'||  ������ll> \, A. V v*0 ,  mammawmmwaaam  BNi ..jijiHuj������3u.uj������riu������p*!P".>'. J*y,'*yw  j.���������JHin;:,|i������'^m'M"  1 V.    J*J     H.    .  SISS  --   .r  /<-'  Y? '���������"  yy-  C-,  ���������J?  ' -*    4 , /���������������" *f  -,.. **,J, a? ^.v v"-.  n " ^      -7" ^i ^ "t y *-'r    "[*!,  "''���������������������������,;"'  J,S <j **),��������������� i?*'- i-"-     >  lu       J  i .V u  If-  m  F������"S  THE    CREST01Sr, REVIEW,    CBESTON,    B. C.  BI ing its music, were musicians���������violin-  Ztiti' ists, "cellists, and tbe rest of the ' Colne  ES | ~*  V/a-t.vj-'a^^'. **������| x^w*������jk������'>.-Aj������v*'UCi      iv *vu        yr *������ULk*        Jilt?  once had played���������-the ablest violinist of  them all, it is said.   Near   them   were  the  choir,  men   and girls,   mill girls  most of them, each dressed in ^comely  j Avhite and black.     Their sweet voices  and the organ filled this tiny horseshoe  chapel.  Finst came the strains of that noblest  of hymn*",   * 'O God,  onr help in ages  zi.t.  w  i-xrin   s-5*A ^ rr?   '^E-s-sr*  vvaG  have   iho  Et E^ mmm    W W    .Jk.vtff'JI 'H  YOU Want FORSUJ1MER Wear f  ���������<t  i  m ages  A.J '   J-A, I   ������TA%   WLP  * r7SZ    jf\ V/^i?/ S.g\Sr\Y   %^*-ie-\ s-i\Z3SZ,  %**%**!������*r^mMSW Y  R. Si- B.&1/A/W    MANACZ&R GRE^T^^ oo/iai ^i-ur  aC      ���������������   ��������� ^4JBs^a9      SS*7 mmmmmSS    5?      a*?      Va������     ���������   jj? 2  W S   S       WS    TS   S      m- ^q. S-JL-J    S     % ^5^ aS      %      isTTsj?  %Bgsy     J*f -^TLJr**' aV    V SmmmmB 0     %   S^^^Uf    W '"%    ,.#    jV      JT  <**-������--W**iAA^*l*������A1'>.VVi^0****^^^ ���������3^/'  o ufOSI  I Billiards and Poo!  1  .a-* abts *rr  ������A������^OV^.3V^A  I CI  ������  ;gars and Cigarettes  W ^"���������.���������fr   J-*A.*I  & AS.H   *U>i  C^-nld Rafhs  A*    A *-.T   .n-.-,   A-xuy    liuui  *������.  1  Razors  Ground and Set  ������  a   j    i  a    aa    ���������    i��������� | a"���������-" g  /A I   I- II- I  n  mm  > IW^^JW*S^*^MM^^M^llV������^#%^������V-^*^UMl***������^l^i������^S^4^*4I^M^S^AA������ WWAAjUj.  PROFESSIONALS  ���������uirLivo. jml-uvj-kjev, -w.Ji.  ������������������������^fts������* *5-&^-fefi-���������-&&&^������-*ii*:&'we'Ai  skst Ipsntistr^  Church Notices  METHODIST  CHTROH  Services Avill be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning        -        - 11*00a. m.  Evening   -        - .      7"30p.m.  Sabbath School     - 2:20 p. nn  You are welcome to   tarry with us.  JFi*ed L. Cat-pentex*  Pastor  T\/l/������  at  'V* I  ������T|  DDU������!l>Xmil.lUr A X--      .,,Arrr.j7������������  a. IVA..JA, j. j.jiaxvir*.J.*������      V������OXVV/Xi  Servieo evvry Sundav   at  ll, a. m,  tiilii 7:oU jp. m.  Sablmtb School at 10 a. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Bjuakk  BO. Lahb SuavE-roB as*. Akchttece g "sMCBSOllSW^ |Pf!CCS g  j������ For the next thirty daj-s J  B.C. | g I will give  ten  per cent g  K* *vi    g discount on  all   work if fj  Plana and Specifications  CRESTON -  DENTISTRY  -r T       ���������������-������.     ���������������"��������������� A  ri. jc. jiajuiv i>. i-*������ Oa,  OSce   over  Frank Forks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  J you bring this announce- ������  5* M  W    tTl������-At-l*-  I*    ���������Iff  *.VL������  m  m  TUX DHOgsj   nt  Ui  ��������� ������ m m *���������*���������������������������������  iliL yuiiifiL  TITANIC HEBG  People Throng to Funeral  of Band Piaster  J_y*a     "^     i^    -s*tff?^fcj������������T .  CRANBROOK,  B. C,  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONStrLTING  Enoinbeb  r** *r������. -m cj*T������rf-v������AT  t-������ /->  Xji.V^a  vur  to*  ^ ���������i'fiswrartiS-^iss'lSUssfc.  ^% S-������^-9^S:^������--������-&-������--������--������--������;-^3-������.-������-������-9-g-������^4  ���������  OKELI.I, YOUNG & 00.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSSJS TO RENT  CRESTON     -     -  -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Insurance  1  TKH.1R.Beatt?  CRANBROOK  -B.C.  Tho ������������������-    ���������  Funeral Director  ���������*������������������������������������*  EEAIi ESTATE, Eto  TRAIL  B.C.  Before Letting  tU ������omraci.  For tbe 'milding of ymir New  House, Store, Office. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reiiHoriiil'lo nnd satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  I JOHN   BOYD.  Creston  linn nnnmn ruMsinunl  new orniHD maniuwD  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' Hats, Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   READY-MADli  WAISTS  Now Linos of Ladies and 0 hild-  rens'   Stohkings nnd  Wearing  Apparel suitable to tho Season,  M  mm f������  n.  YOUNG  PUM'- A HUM      VlfAA.l??       ...       A.OVT       Hl?Ul,J|JAi       ll(   I    (UKj  "Lead Kindly Light," then Snllivaa's  rendering, now surely immortal, of  ������������������Nearer my God to Thee " Many  could not sing it. Those sweet girl-  voices, fresh, simple, reverent, gave one  lot encourasenient to sing, yet many  conld not. Their minds went away perhaps to mid-Atlantis, to breathless,  "Good-byes" and deathly '���������uspense, broken only faintly by music-altering slight  a'-id distant throufthoonipauion-waysand  half-open ports, the musio oft hit* simple  childlike tune, "Nearer, my God, to  Thee." Their minds went away to theso  tltioRS perhaps, aud tho red rosewood  cothu now before them and the musio  now bsing sung came a������ present witnesses too of the immortal ������;riti���������and faith���������  of the man whose hand and example led  the playing in that fearful moment.  How could one sing? '  Tho street outside the chapei was  thronged with people. A mile and a  half up the hill the cemetery lies away  from the chapel, but not a spot on the  roadside was vacant.    Where   iho mil-  *A'i'.y yfjsaes   mo   iunu   pOOjjn?   unu   cvoil  climbed the steep bauks and covered  them. Even the wall of the railway  bridge itself was fringed with heads.  There were meu, women  and ohildren  tramway-cars had poured folk into  Colne. Most of them wore black, but  many were in working cloches���������straight  trom tne mills���������women -weavers in their  irab shawls, men in their blue and  orown overalls, miners with faces black.  The funeral procession was half a mile  long. Aldermeh,connoillors, ambulance  men, police, boy's brigades, and others  had a place. There were seven bands  and there might have ceen ntty-seven,  1 for almost every hand of Lancashire and  Yorkshire had asked to be allowed to  come. \  Away np the hill and past tbe spot  where the Wallace Hartley memorial  stone is to stand, the procession slowly  made its way, and every workman's hat  was lifted reverently as it passed; every  child was still.  Many, many thousands gathered in  cemetery on the steep hillside. Far below ran the river that is often called  Oolne Water. On the hill-side beybnd  stood thick clumps of trees'., gorgeously  tureen ih their new leaves. In the open  spaces between the clumps stood-more  thousands of people watohing. Over  the top of the hill rolled the green  ridges and mountains of Yorkshire for  ���������jo far as the eye conld see: On this  beauliful valley the sun boat down iu  glpriouB brightness. The solemn burial  service, read in a manly voice, just  reached me Btanding at some little dis-  tanoo from the graveside. Then the  playing of the bauds swelled through  Cl/lJrt*?!    T^^.^m,     r*  Autioies i an wanves  Oxfords    ������,  Ladies White Can*  vas Oxfords    .    .  # Hisses,  Childrens,  Boys, Youths   and Hens  Canvas, Rubber and Leather Soles in  BALS OXFORDS & RUNNING SHOES  m  ^$S. A.SRBBRS **.  1 ��������� & ad ^S- ^5* "^*" ^C* *=-a ��������� *^* sjS* *  ��������� <=^.C3*.<;  fife  T&  f itftliSefrnQgii  ������lu������ hm ������y<  \f1g,mx+a^42  io > r*  % FRUIT TREES and I  E&.H   g&  B^SS  All OUr trfC*? arp* Home f^-rQisr-n arid **H&*���������*������>ritexp^A trng  ^/vre carry   all tlie   lea.diuOP<* varieties   isost  J C?4  ~..\x^a 4-~ 4.1,;^ j:���������a.���������:_a.  OUllCU   L\J LUIS  vixaLiiUL.  ���������*!������   to name.  Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  A*or.iurtiuer particulars appuy to our ioca* iT������.geut������  /  Wallace Hartley,   tl^e leader of tht  Titanic's band, who, as the great linor  was sinking in Mid-Atlantic, gave new  courage to the doomed  passengers and  rew by striking up the hymn "Nearer,  ny God, to Thee," was brought home  j o Oolne.in Lancashire, Saturday. Here  fv-a the side of the beautiful valley they  burie*him. The burying was worthy* of  the death he died.  It was as a hero that he was. borne, today shoulder-high, with bands of music  tfhrongh streets massed thick with people. It was as a hero that he was low-  eredinto his -last earthly place, w^ith  trumpets, brave and strong, Bounding  rtATS.*.   Uln.     il mU���������   T ' A.   -4-4 .A    ,, ���������.     .������*"'.    ...  ^.,~. u.aaa     a.AAo X4U.9U f uat,    ttuu, uu UU1-  side eoros8 the river answered.   Thus  as a fighting hero they honoured him,  and it seemed fitting so though of arms  he had had none save a frail violin and ithe   valley   to the singing   again  of  1 "Noaror, my God, to Thee."  agiaut oonrage. I    Tnen .������The Last Post" was sounded  The ohuroh was filled with people.! A dozen Boy Sooutsblow it, and they  J. Biinco, Box 29f Creston, BXS -#-  tA^AAiAA^ A A A A A A A.OH A jt. A A A'A A A A A A A  "V '-   V V V V W V V V V V?y V W V -v" ���������^^rm^p.^r^i^^  The Riverside Nurseries,  /2T>Axrriiznv>vs:  ������ r1  Comprisina i20 Acres  i  \ GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ADVISE BUYING TREES NEAR  | AT HOME  1 The Riverside Nurseries ai*e the nearest nursery company to Creston and  have more trees planted in this district than any other company.. The  trees are started under the same conditions that they will have to mature  ���������n this "Valley. They e:in be brought; here from tbe nurseries at wranti  Forks in three days^by freight or one and one-half days by express. All  trees guaranteed home grown.  75,000 Riverside trees are now growing in tbo district.' .  ��������� ���������      -.������������������'���������.������������������ ',:,.-" ,������������������:.:���������������������������  ���������,     '   .  ������������������,,,--���������'-' r���������: t."' ��������� :��������� -     ��������� ���������    ���������   '   ���������-?:*',��������� iwra,  For Catalogue and Price list, write to��������� Y  WAlwTER V. JACKSON. Agent. Creston,B. C.  mmm  B  HARRY LEONARD  I  Painter and Decorator  WaltPaper  **������"������  Old sohool fellows of -Wallace Hart*  blow It finely.   Tho notes went rolling  Creston %. 0. IL* mo  2095  Meotf* fii'Hl' uml third Thursdays in  each month, in Spoor s Hnl) 11 8 p. m  Visiting Bretheru oordinlly invitod.  GiiuixuKioiioiick, W. M.  Waltor V. ���������Taak.fl'.M, Ron. Seo.   -  ORGH ARID ISTS!  ie Fraser Vaiiey Nurseries, Ltd.  A LDGBOV,   B.O   .  H*������vk Th h Finkht  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  through the valley and oame floating  ley's, relatives, friends, filled every float I baok agaln-lingeriugly, lath to be don*.  Overhead, alongside fcbe organ and help- BaBil clarko*  SYNOl'blB OH' CANADIAN NOllTH-  \VK8T  MINING RKGULATIONB  COAh���������Coal mJnlnii; rlglitH mfty ho lonnoit  foi* tweniy-ono yoara, ronowablo atan annual  rontal or VI an noro. Not, moro than 2,600 ao-  vos can bo joiihihI to ono appltcaat. Hoyatty  flvo couts por ton, In uiiHurvcyod territory  tlio tract iijuhL bo Htakod out by tlio ii,>i>U  cunt in porHon, mid porHOiial niipllcutloii to  llio Ai*imt or Hiib-Affont of Dominion LundN  lor tho illhtiict iiuihL in nil cusen bo uiiido unit  tho rontal for tlio llrwl, yuar rniiHt ho paid to  Uio uncut within thirty itajH nftor mini'  upplli-atlon  QITAItT7.--A piTHOii nl|>:lil.i>nii yniir������ of njr'  and ovor, haviiiK miulo a iilneiwoi*y muy lo-  oatciioliilnil.MM) loot by t.WHl, )���������>(.���������, *)5. Al.  lciiHt, 8101) miuit bo oxpondoil on tlio claim  .muli youi' or paid to tlio Mining llovoidor  Whon tWiOO.0 ban lioim oxpomlod or paid and  othor ritiiuli'.miLiiitw com pi led with, tlio ofiilin  may bo pinoliaH.ut at81 an aero.  4*r.A<-*l'.K MINING ObAlMB uro WW foot,  loiiiiiuid from l.OiMlto **,W)0 loot whin. Kntry  fun ft,,.   Not. Ii'nn (ban 9100 miiNt. bo oxpondoil  Oalsomining, Painting, Paper-hinging Carriage and Sign7Painting.  Let me give you advloe and estimates on your worlc.   All work guar  anteed to give satlsfnotion.  YOU WILL ftAVi? MOMSY SVQI&TTINQ MY ESTJMATt*-S  mmmmmmmammgmmmmm  f?  i..*!.1.".IKI������>'.'rtM'..i;.'i'fti������>j!...s,|4)'A������ 4.I-.1- IV������. .'IV'  This Store Endeavors  to give better values than you .can obtain elsewhere. Can you nanie any  successful article in which quality is not  a prime factor?  I  1ITL  II  f-S?  I  mm  FORFUt-l-    PARTICULARS  WmTit������������������ l,u ���������'s,,;,���������-  HICHARO McOOMU. IAH. CJOMPTON,  (ionoral Managwr, Local Ak'miI,  A  I .������.,..,.������.,,,.,���������.       II   f ( ',,|.,,| l.t\  It   ������*  l)lti:i)(11 NO.���������Two Iohnob nf flvo mlloH cuoii  I'fit livi'i-niny l><������ IxHiiod to ononppllciiiil for  n li Tin nl 21) yi'ai'H, Itoiiliii. 010 a mllo per an  nitr.i.    UoyaltV.'.t'^poi'Aunt ftftor tint outpu  OHI'imIm fid,000.  w  \v rnttv  lidnulv Mlnl������t*rof tlio Inllirlnr  wiry :;i.iiuiii >;;;��������� Viuii' iiiviidibi simes  Because you are on your feet all day,  Bc:ausc they, Fit better, Wear better, Feel belter and Look better,  Lace or Buttoned, Ladies shoes iu tan and patent, $4.50 and $4.75.  Mens, Tan or Black in Patent, Telonr calf or Willow.    Button or lace, #5.00  to $5.50.    You can huy these at  !  1  *  I  J  I  1  in  \  i  i:  ���������  *  zsb  11  IBS  Creston   Mero^ntile Clomn^nv.  Ltd  SWiiJ  ���������*    r  wmSSm  IP  t  ������  A  x   a  t ������s  1  c������  iiirtsMWswi'!^rss.iiitNliis������iliiiiiiinisiii.iiiri'.iia^^^  itllWHIlJIIII  mmm  SSBSSSSS&  sa  ���������MrilMW  S9SSSS  mwamm  ssnita  *tf"������^  wmtamam  MsMssUiub  *.J^.TW.V^ft'tt^ttMrtl


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