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Array sa  ���������MH  I ALL THR NEWSS  ���������r~rr.���������r, ~S  SN : I of the C-JESTON |  T    fl" "  ������     a        DISTRICT  A8_; R������kds 2__'Ea������La_iaS^������f Kootenay Lead io Creston  1     ill _L_f  iY_L__*c2 I  _  \ r*_ 'i   ��������� _p b .'*_'-/ ������  ������     I s xi   _rx  '������������������i  %/ i ���������  a  xSL  1  %  No. 50     4th    yEAR:  mm rtniii iu  m\ RF f nwwniirrFn  m  1������1j ���������_������_il__������l_EIgl������L-,D  CRESTON, B.C.,   FRIDAY  AUG. 2th   1912.  -^5" .oV, jJ6_*m_--i>'A^agS^  *���������������������������������������������^���������-������������������^������������������������������������.,��������� ���������_....  "^���������������������������������������������^���������NaNt-_������r^**lW_fa_IMiiL____P^      "1  ^i������������������*���������  _S������^-'Yi'>i������W  ,TM" "  ���������art���������..  ���������* '"* ^������_ _  ' rvS"32*5_|  Single Copies. 5c  'HERB AND THERE  1      SOON BE OPEN  MM  |]Thisties  Have Been  C  ���������^ '*���������    I"* *���������.������������,������$������������������������ 0������ ���������������"**��������������� l-*>������h*_!  ��������� 1 -ft-    _V*V*������*������fi������ ��������� ������-'a-%.5^.___r-������--_ ���������  Sj       Should Cut Theirs  ut  5SB  LOCAL NEWS  The old ferry across the Kootenay  ������) is soon to be replaced by a larger new  |[ybne.^   Geo. Benny, road superintendent, who for several days the first'of  a-  S^-She  week  was  inspecting  highways  51 gibout Creston, will place the order for  SI 4he ferrv which is to be large enough  I.  ��������� iso accomodate two rigs, as soon as he  go floes oaiik to Noiso-..     Whor- co=_pl'������t-  Mt ed the barge will be  brought to Lhe  Si landing by tug.  Br     The road to Xitchcner, Mr. Benny  taays, will be open.in a few weeks and  R jfey fall ih will be possible to go from  !& Creston beyorid Goat Fell.    This he  HrSays  will   however  not be au auto-  Bli,  ���������b mobile road, "The country is develop oping so rapidly and so many ranch-  S ers need roads that tne appropriation  Ml has to be made to go a long way. If  S the money" were to be used on oae  ���������=_. road the development  country would be retarded.  Over 100 municipalities in Alberta  are going to adopt single tax this yeto.  Mutsuhito, for __ years, emperor of  Japan, died Tuesday- morning. Yos-  hihito Haru-No-Miya is the new Mikado.  *������  As a result of an investigation conducted by the management of the*  Delaware, Lackawanna _s Western  railroad into the recent disastrous  ���������?r?i>!r at*- Horning. N. Y., an order has  I been issued to the employees^ of  the  I transportation service, forbidding the  use of intoxicating liquors, either  while off or on duty in any manner  that may unfit them for safe, prompt  and efficient performance of their du-  ..:������������������  t,i_o,  Worlc has been started this week at  Nelson on-a new _teel passenger boat  for Kootenay Lake service. The stea-  mc-i- will be the finest and fastest in  British Columbia inland waters.  Rich silver-lead strikes are reported  at Ymir and Sheep Creek.  Thsrs are 1,1^9,2?? _io_p ���������wor-an than  men in England and Wales according  to the last census.  C. C. S��������� 3IGMTAFIES CRAMBBOOS:  OO-OPHRATIVE STORES  ���������Mrs. Attridge of Eriekson is sow  -prepared co do dreBsma&uij-* of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at the  3-o_ae of M. R. Palmes.  S8-tf  Mrs. W. Trotter returned Wednesday from a prolonged visit on the  Prairies. Her daughter, Mrs C _\  Willmott returned with her.  ���������Protect your gdrden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths at  Speers' store. *  O. H. Powers, oi Lethbridge, is again  in Creston looking after the inierests of  his ranoh.  r*_������������i->  WANTED���������LADIES TO DO PLAIN  and light sewing at home, whole or  spare time; good pay; work sent any  distance; charges paid. _fational Manufacturing Co.* Montreal. Send stamp,  for fall parsieT-isri-.  Mr. Carfra of Oeiiyou City "while repairing the track at the Canyon City  Lumber Companies mill, was hit hy a  falling timber from a loaded car in suoh  a manner as to, dislocate his shoulder  and badly bruise his arm. The injured  man-was quickly brought to Creston by  S. S. Sevan ia one of ths J-c-otsaay Oarage's automobiles, where he was atten-  >!*-.'.    -������    -*  ���������S9& oy us. j_,en.aeTSOij -  , ���������Ranchers are requested to hand to  the Secretary of the Fruit Growers' Union their orders for fruit wrapping paper.  S. A. Speers purchased iu acres fruit,  land from Jas.   Compton  last   week  John Miller has the contract to clear  the site.  Skunks made s raid on one of oar  prominent ranthera chicken coops  this  \    **  week, killing 75 s__ail chicks.  ��������� -fewest ahapeBand styles  in Stet-  lats, Just arrived.   S. A. Speers.  The Be?. P. Westman, Field Secretary of Suuday schools and Yosag Peoples Societies for Albesfca and Brisish  Columbia, addressed a meeting is. the  MethodiBtohurch, Monday evening.  The Misses Yeats and Yera Smith  went to Sandpoint, Idaho, Saturday  for a visit with their sister, Mrs. Wolverton.  ���������Just arrived, another shipment of  our best tea.   The Cash Stare.  Miss Lamont went to J^slsca Wednesday.  if AM!4   1 AMT3  ^siliiai-   i__tin|B  if EH  mm  BODIES OF TWO DEER  HiDDEH IU BOSH  Chester L. Wynn, former editor of the  Creston Review, is now pubHaii-f manager for the Spokane Interstate Fair.  Mr. and Mrs. J. J.  Grady  moved to j *"���������**  Miss Pearl Corson of CronorooB arrived in Ci?65to_i Saturday met s, vs3&t>  *������*��������� tbe Dave Learmouth. home.  Oakey O'Keli has a new fast 3}_ horse  power motor boat.   He has been keep-  bofets at Sirdar but now has his  _��������� **t9mT & '/_,**'*i  * *���������*������������������������������������   i,i'"\   -i.    . ,      ,  ^-r  on all the tfoads m his district.     He  suggests that the ranchers should he  more careful to cut the llii-tles before  ���������they bloom. ~  The (jown of Frank, Alberta, which  was almost wiped out a few years ago  by a land slide, and which is seriously  threatened with destruction from the  i ���������*���������* ,^^  same source, has made final arrange-  Calfirarv this week.  FOR SALE���������2nd hand Moliue wagon j  in good condition.   Accept cash or trade [    ���������Buy your Jelly sealers from S. A.  f csr geed "^irite? eo?-. P. O. bos 66 1 Sneers.   75 cts. ner dozen.  f  T*_     4Xn  jfc*A     VUU  i> ,      ^ l r *^*. "f- -a "r  advcrtisin^columus oi"the FreePi^ess  .Mr. Benny h^had the,thistles,put ^Hi-_?acmer,-secretary for/the^iHa^  m nil f-h������ liojids in his district.     He    .%  - -������. _i__ *_   M-A***-   Sam Trombley spent Monday I  ��������� i  and Tuesday   in Cranbrook with  her  con8in, Mrs.  H. Brock.  Sullivan - pole loading crew has finished its .work at Sirdar and has moved  camp to. Vanderbilt Siding.  boat- hcn������e ������fc Kootenay landing.  Will Gunn left yesterday for Calgary  Alta- on his way to Field, B. C������-syS-S-e  he  will make his home for awhile,  Young Ones, Unprotected t  Have Probably Been  By Ceugar  -v___ed  /���������    _ _V3A.  I ^   -. -.AA  *Aft,������l������*|  '*��������� _      *������*������������������* 1  - s-f'bl  '- 'ti'fl  ���������     * "* "I'**'?*__]  *,,i  "UT  I    "1 -"-I  titiim  .i "71  '     . _ H'i  ���������> -   -      ^A-CI  Jy> AcT.t ���������- ���������  /��������� \ *As*  3.'-js  '���������*1-JS. -,  i-** frzcj&aaai  ,^A^H  AP:  cr>r_i  i* ^ ? -"s, r  ��������� *vaf  ��������� .���������*  council, is calling for tenders for   the  t i      - * , *  removal of all buildings from the town  of Frank, Alberta, ail tender,- to be in  Echo of the East Kootenay   '  District Summer pchcol  .... ��������� .4-. . V������-41 1       ��������� _-.      XX. ~  ���������ine' nrsii ouuiiuer ��������� ouiiuui   jluj.-   t,������i*=\  by the end of July.  The Grand Forks board of Strode,  last week decided to send a large exhibit to the Dry Farming Congress at  Lethbridge next October.  ���������WANTED���������Well bred   (heifer or.  'Covrin. oa_f4or winter u&e. p. Q~ box 56  f&et our price on No. I Timothy ������">  ^-osvunleaded.  -S. AcSp-e-s?-"--^--  Mr. and Mrs Griffith of Toronto are  yisiting at the of home her aunt Mis.  Geo. Hendren.  niun oijnyoL tk  hmumm u^aUik  Miss -Isabel! Rowe leaves tomorrow  for White tfish, Montana for a months  visit.  I  Bast Kooten*i,y district of the Methodist Church, was opened at Auroa Cove  Moyie Lake on Wednesday, July 2������ ,in  connection with tho Financial District  Meeting. There were three sessions  each day and every one was alive  With interest and great value to all  i  Who were privileged to attend,  The purpose of tho school __ is to afford an opportunity of mingling study  with the holiday relaxation for all the  young pooplo who desire such advantage.   The program consisted of devotional exorcises each morning from  8:-6 to 0.   Tho Rov. A.  E. Smith of  Nelson guvo ���������ix Bible lectures on the  Life of the Apostle'.Paul as sot forth  In tho >Tow'���������TtiHtainenlv'.'in the" light of  the present day interpretation.   Tho  lectures woro Interesting-- and should  lio given at the devotional hour during  tho next Annual Coiii'eionoo of  tho  tihiiroh.  The social problem was discussed in  i*      ���������  . aovorol looLnrcw glvqn by llcv. W..I-T.  Irwin of Hollvuo, Alberta. Mr.,Irwin  has hud Npoelal training in this branch  of modorn rcsHiMiroh.  It is estimated that the Yakima  Yaliey, Washington; will ship 8,000  cur loads of fruit this season.  ���������Buy your fishing tackle from out  big assortment of  lines.   3. A. Speers.  ���������Miss Olive Cornell is quite sick at her  home iu Canyon City.  Mrs. and Miss At wood of Moyie  spent Tuesday and Weduesdny in Creston.  Six Out of Ten of Creston  Candidates   flake  *  Passing Grades  Two fawns, if not now tho prey of  the-cougars are now probably wandering bruised and half starved through  the woods about Canyon City, for according to reports from there? the bodies of a bugh buck with horns tstiU in "  the velvet* and a little doe lie hidden  in the bush close to the mill, and it is  A������i������A_ T-U. VAACIV  VXXUJ     als   -������    pAITS     OX     i���������3  ^  happy deer family of four that have  been tamely feeding in the new clearings.   The fawns have not been seea "  for some time.   They without the protection and cord of the old ones havo  | probably   been killed by eo_gar_ or  have starved*to, death.    Tho doe ha&  has been dead a long  time fov ii) has  begun vo dacompO-S.    Ths _hc_t__2*  of these deer is evidently the work of '  a wanton n_____-i, k-uin^ uiew _u_-6-  ^ly for the ^p^rt,   1&. hiad-qusrter of  tbe buck was removed*  the doe' ���������wa*  B-Oi- t������-"*fb'Ml and the hunter evidentlv  is aware thatl-^r ihuotiag wasliui^s*: ti,  f ul for he tried to hid&thO bodie. with  brush   that   he   had   out   with    h|s  pocketknife.  >ti- ���������&  Y -Abl  i   *������������������ - rKHM  r "**���������      ���������-vu- jj���������  tiiti^tt  f _-,  ,"������������������ ������(C*S  ' ��������� ���������> .51  * t.     j*     I  i *,������������������������*���������** jf j  ������     Sw   *^-_  -ST  i "--.i  M  "tat I  t^-tif*  WI  ��������� u  Crawford Bay Wins Shoot  ���������Men's working shoes, 91.60 at Mir-  abellles  A friendly-hooting match between  Crawford Bay Civilian Rifle association and the Creston Erickson 0. R.  A. tools; placo last Saturday at which  the Crawford Bay boys put it oyer  (���������he .homo team by sixtyrone points.  The day was an Ideal one for shooting  and some splendid scores'were made.  Tho   Crawford   Bay Association' had  the-udvantage oyer the Crosto'n boys  in having their rifleH equipped with  apeturo sights  whilo all the Oreston  rides had open sights.   The Oreston  association williiavo to look alive and  got  the  most  up to date rillcs and  sights if thoy ox poet to mako a orodit-  iiblo showing  with  the teams they  cbth'poto with.  Ib in the expoctation of the Creston  a-soolatlou to contribute a silver cup  Ilo mado Homeland have it compotod for by nil the  Mr. and Mrs. Eikemeyer, who have  been residing at Canyon City the past  elx months left on Friday, last for Spokane, i  ���������One heavy mare for sale. Apply to  E. L. Taylor, Box 2_, Oreston.  Geo. Johnson aud family leave Monday for several weeks visit at Revel-  stoke.  m���������mmmmmm  ���������Christie _ fresh sodas at 85 cents per  tin nt Speers.  ���������Fall stock of  whale  oil soap and  quass!**- ohips at tbe Mercantile,?  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chapman of  Moyle arrived in town yesterday to  Gpond a few day9?with her s'ster, Mrf.  Geo. M. Gunn.  ���������-The G.O.S. Company, of Cranbrook  is disposing of several brn uohes of their  business, and bnrgalu galore, is the order of the day in Cranbrook. Creston  folks should get on the inside, a letter  to the 6. O. 8. will bringail the information ncoonnnry regarding tho spooial  prlooa. Iron bods are seliing at |2.75  any ni_o.   Dreasers and stands at. |11.  ���������Economy Oan Sealers, finest in the  world, for sale by tbe Creston Hardware  <fe Furniture' Co., sole agents in the  Kootenay Valley. k  Mrs. Fred Smith and mother went to  Cranbrook, Monday.  .,-....      *, -.   .  t ���������   '       ���������������������������    ,   ���������     ��������� ��������� .  ,��������� ��������� in, .,. .^     .  Mr, and Mrs'. L, E.MoPeakand fnm-  ily left Oreston Monday to their olnim at  Wattsbnrg, B. O.  The results of the high school flxam-  ina������-u������iis. held last month throughout  the province' are aiiuounc**d by the  department of education. Of the l,oU2  candidates who presented themselves,  1,058 passed.  The Creston superior report is ns  follows:���������  Preliminary course, junior grade-  Maximum marks, 1,000* number of  candidates 10; passed, 0: Hurry, Bertha A., 711; Huscroft, Vera M��������� 068;  Arrowsmith, Effle F., 613; Stocks, Roy  J.. 587; Carbwright, Melva L., 504;  Huscroft. Ethel 0., 5_7.  Advanced course, junior grau*-���������  Eaximuui marks, 1,000; number of  candidates 1; passed, 1; Knott, Clara  B.,'620..;'(-:-  Full course, junior gradtt���������Maximum  marks, 1,200; number of candidates, 1  past-Jed, 0. .  WEDDING BELi.5  French-Knight  Married, Charles Cecil irronoiic to  Loi������ L, Knight at tbe pi-esbyterian,  manee by Rev, Blake, Thui'sday,  morning, August 1.  I * 1  A Genealogical Party  u  great rovoiatloiiH whh.li oallod forth  -iniiuh ulfi-uriMlon and many reHolvoil  to mako a moro craii-ru. tlutly of tho  mibjcct.  'Theeducational-iuoUhkIh in Sunday  School and Young Puoplu- Socloticu  worodlsoiiHsod in novoral-loctut'oH by  UiuXtuv.J. P," \VoatiAan, Flold Sooi  volary of Young Pi**opli;s' Hoclotios and  ���������Before I had a lloonso 1 sold shoos  i  with a profit of 10 por cent now I make  5 por cent.   A, Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  The Garden Party  Of The Season  Ili(lo Clubs of the Pass. Somo of tho  local pooplo haye voluntarily offered  to contri 1)������to bandijoinojy tor suuii **  cup and no iloubh'on bolng approached  moflt of tho public -piritod oitizons of  tho town and surrounding country  will donate so that a trophy of unusual oxcoMonco will hu, provided so that  it will bo an inducement*, for quite a  lllllllll-l' Ot thO O-tlDcmtlOllM  u*   i.ry    mji-  Humlay Sohuol- for Alberta and, Brit  Itm   Columbia.     Tho   dinoiu'sion   and .the honor ae-l prize.  round tabic conron*neo vovoaledl uiiiiiy  ���������        *   .������       i ...   iu,.. '���������..A  Linoleum 55o Mq. yard,   Tapostry Rugs j  size 0x0 $0.00.   Mons unit- *6.85.   Hun-  drodo ot pairs of inena shoos going at  half price.   Ronl olcrAng out prip(*������ on  everything, 1^.00 will do tho work of |10  don't overlook this opportunity to buy  at loss than manufacturers prioeu. Vory  special prices on laoo ourtaiuo, aroh our-  talna, window, flxturon, nil snlo prices  aro F. O. B.. Cranbrook, no nhargo for  paoklng.  Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Paul-ou and Mrs.  P. Paulson of Spokane arrived in Oroaton  Wodnosday evening In a big tonring  oar, on thoir way to Kitohonor, whore  Mr. Paulson will superintend the hay-  iua vu his "placo there.  llMjOJVuat>i.ii_,   A.AV.V-.   v-������   ....  ACkmtl&uea cm -fage n  ���������Foil etook of whole oil uoap and  quassia chips at tho Mercantile.  ���������*,!! thrt rould ho dnnlrwl  nxcopt) lamiiy ltw> viwi complete.  v������Mi ivnh *iiva> nor ennt discounb at I    L. O. Wider and family have moved  I fn n������ABi-r������n from fltettler, Alborto,  mXtXXX*   %J****** t**'i-**-*������*������>|  J. Crawford  of  Cuu-ou  City ������pont  Onnrl������������ nf -Vnliion.  ��������� ,'   m  MiM BcBUio Muiiuh of Rtrfinft U vl_lt-  iug with her tlntorg Mr*. Will Wfttoho*  > and Mm, Frank itono.  Tho lawn social at tho Methodist  parooniigo, Tnefldny nventng auly 80  wami groat,qucc-B- In point of pro-  grammo, numbers and finance.  Tho gronhdii were nicelv decorated  and tho refreshment"- which consisted  of ice ercam, raspberrlen and cake  v."<-rc  thore waa not enough to sathify thoj  appetite of suoh a largo crowd.  , Tho program con-it*ted of solos by  Mr, Crompton, Ml������- Smith, and Edna  Holmco. Violin solo by Mn������. Oromp-  ton, Duet by MIhhoh Knott, Rending  by MIuh Lena Cartwrigiit ������ml ���������������������_���������..-i-  Mca by Rov. Mr. King of _-T������lHon and  Prof. Baker of tho Baptlit College,  n  Mrs.   J.  Oherrlngton   last Friday  afternoon  entertained eleven of her  friends at a pleasant and novel auau'  which Mho appropriately called Genco-  lbglcal  party.   The features of the  {afternoon were the looking up of 4  family-tree and a relation guessing  contest.   Prior io the MntertainsiGut  the hostess had painted leaver with  water color, and put the family names  of her guests on them.   These leavos  were hidden about the room for the  guosts to hunt for and the one after  exchanging with the others-, "Who first  got la complete family-tree won the  prize. For tho guosslng contest pretty  little folders with covers out and painted to represent tree trunks wore prepared aiid in thorn woro written such  questions ax this, "What relation ts  the granddaughter cf the only mm of  your niothor-ln-lawP"  Tho price for the first contest was  won by Mrs. Frank Rose. Sho at the  cIobo held a leaf with tho name Adam  on it.   As Adam had no ancestors, his  zm  tiM  ���������, ,',-.il  - -  Mrs. Geo, Cartwrlght was winner in  the guessing contest. She had every  question answered correctly.  Dainty   refreshments were served <.  buffet style.  The guests present were, Mrs. Win, ,  Crawford, Mrs. Tompson, Mrs. W*  ^. 2rm\ M,r������������. W. M. U������ild, Mrs. H.  S, Bevan, Mm. Frank Roso, Mm. *TOtt  Ash, Mra. W. Watoher, Mrs. Geo.  Cartwrlght. Miss Lena Cartwrlght  I Mrs. J. W. Dow.  m  ;;':4j  tititiu  ti tii  \\-'V\ H-"  I  i  m    m  . :. ��������� ;:.'��������� V  ' ;,-Yl  ,->..(< -vv'-'tl  '���������ti'mftifih  ���������   '.'    :   >iJ   *'.-*-'J.1  tiztivgm  mmmmmtm  ���������mmmmmmmmmmmmm ^���������y^iv^?^^^^  'r-i_5-i-jaKi_ia!  !_^_^.l������)^rlJl!>l.^^ljUSJ!U^>^  I  ;^_SpSMiJ:  : fr'-.,'  ri/i^iWMBGl^WJ:  tili/i^I^W-,  -*-rr  j_^ji?gjE_^  :   S_l������UfeiIa_'"' "���������:���������'���������'",.'-'".' -���������,'������������������"-"-.������������������!-  Y ':  v    .-. V     ������- '        17 "  .A*-*]  BT??p'?;?..|;' v-j?  --.Y,.,: ? 1aO^PN?Jy.',-y;I|:  w^_Rp,:L<)eK. &:^.,p4p4t^ro;:]  ���������1-  !:I^nghin.?HaAidica-i5.Y   T_vey" .wereYMiti  1 funds;, and' unless   things;  went ^yery  ^���������I'ong.iindeed by this time the?.u_rby  :lwa3 over ��������� they would bo? all ri -iii; men  'But  "S!"'   George   guessed  nothing  of  this.      He  was  only  sorry  to think  Vf-V-  usV_&our?g&bd ugme; hut;.__ya_;'jttfs*;  :&oii|;': AUce^^'':^mahy ��������� fpedioTef ?h^f>e;::  heeiismistaiieii before- me.?V. Aetuajly.  this place ?does hot belong totusYat  alir-;?My?'father is a mere lodger; de---'  pendent upon the good will of -Mr.'  Riiymb^ Copley, who can turn ps out  lbment.      Moreover,--, hs has-  J  that May should  bo so obstinate in .  refusing   to   take   her   share   in   the ! at < any moment  spending of these phenomenal riches, j compelled my father to, do \*>y       .  I lam  exceedingly glad  to hear it,' that,I blush to mention.     And do. jrpn,  he said. ".    ' I know why Mr. Copley has brought all;  YOh, thank you very much.      You; this' about?        ���������'-'-:- :-':7:,.' z: Z^.. titiM'ti  see,Jfcrtun-  cuts all round.   What's!    I think I can guess. Alice saui. The  man  is  anxious  to marry you^; Amf  loot right? ���������:? -titiy^y.y ���������>,  You have guessed it, May exelaini-  ed. You have saved me theihumii?  iatiOn of telling you that? Mr:-Copley won't say he has bought ine.-But,  he has bought my father, and it comes  to this, that unless I  consent v to h^  iGontinued.)  '���������      Sir George was. ^vastly    indignant.  '. He wanted to know i������ Mallow: realized  whom he was tallting to. But Mallow  was in no mood; for?politeness>and  told his employer-a few home truths.  'He sketched graphically what the  better type of sportsmen would say  when  they   realized   what   had   hap-  : pened.     It.was useless, for, Sir George  ' to be angry, all the more so because  ��������� he knew that every word Mallow  . spoke was true. On the spur of  /the moment he had.intended?to give  Mallow instructions to have the horse  struck out  of all  his three-year  en-  ��������� gagements, but looking his irate servant in the face he lacked: the pluck i  to do so.     Like the weak man he was  he  proceeded   to   compromise.  At  the worst,  he said Y^tb  some  v dignity? it was only ah error in judgment.   And if you can get the colt  fit again before the Derby the public  ���������������������������*>-*���������** **V���������*���������������*���������***���������*��������� ���������  _***?1*-"*st"  They will, win their "money," and that s  .,-. all they care about.  Mallow appeared to be, somewhat  mollified. -  Then things are to go on as the? j  are, Sir George?    he    asked.   There f  it is "sot yet"teo"late~ But"_-ls~������o  tise crying over spilt milk.  This was going; rather too far and  too fast. Sir George's, fears w_t������  aroused again.  Your instructions are not quite:  Indefinite, he corrected. We "will let  the  matter  stand   over   Cor? a  week.  (good for me is good for you. In the  first place, you can make you mind  easy ."bout that affair of Absalom &  Co., because they won't trouble you  any more. After the Derby we need  not worry ourselves as to money matters. And that - bring..-. toe to the  point and my reason for coming here  this evening. , I understand that the  colt  has  broken  down  permanently,  _3,-i������A"rv*i' ' ���������t-r'K o _��������� "T ac%r\ *������������������*���������- -t-V-X v.**. *���������*���������������_������������������������{_ +-V. ~ ._  .S-. ivtu    . ������������ f-������ *���������**'������������������������ ; *. . oyw  . XXX ������������������ VUC:     ^JUftM^X a     bUUt O.  is hot the remotest chance of hi-  winning a race" as a three-year old.  It looks like it, Sir George answered.  At the same time. Mallow doesn't  share my opinion. He is very obstinate. ���������-  Oh,, what...th������������..-,-.devil does it matter  what he says or thinks?     Copley said  impatiently       He,is only a  servant.  'Surely you can do what you like with  your own property.      Besides, In this  matter you will have have the opin-,  ion  of the; whole  racing world  with  you.     At the worst people can. .only  say that you have made an error in  judgment.     The Press recognizes the  fact that you have acted like a good  fellow and a sportsman    in    running  this  risk  simply  with  the object  of  ���������taking the public into your confidence.  They don't know, of course, that you  don't want the horse to win. hor what  ri surprise the. Mirst Park victory was  toYyou.     Au oh the top?of that they  tumble over one another to back the  colt,  and  if he  doesn't  start  at  all  they areto blame?    Still, it has been  a "ood thing for msY     I    have    laid  against your animal   th ick   and   thin  and alter tho .Derby   is*  over  I  suaitt  iie*������d to do aay niore v.'Oa*k,.  Sir George made no reply. He sat  looking dubiously into' the fire. He  was ���������sskiiig himssAf a groat many &wiv-  ward question?-     Looking back at the  (-Siiloh  CANADA'S PULPWOOD,  1311  ���������feiscuesed ������r> a'Rrcent BuM<_tS*-s of the  Forestry Branchi  - Ever since the Province of Quebec  forbade,   the  export of pulpwood  cut  from Ciown lands, considerable interest  has  been  taken in  the  question  as to how tho price of pulpwpod would  be afcected        A leading paper trade  periodical estimated that the price o������  pulpwcod had   advanced   one    dollar  per coid.     This is   corroborated   by  -the bulletin on pulpwood lately cotri-  'Piled by the Forestry Branch of .the  "Department of the Interior.      According to this bulletin, the avernqp price  of :pii)pwood in Quebec province during 1911 was higher by ninety seven  .cents than during 1910?     In Ontario  the'   price  actually  fell  twenty  cents  Raymond Copley's wife I am to c^^idviper cord, while in  Nova  Scotia  and  er this my home no longer.     >hes^ 0f   twenty  were my father's words. I suppose  he chose them because they sounded  best.     But it is as if he had told me  a v  to go. And I couldn't marry that  man; nothing would induce me to do  so. And there is worse behind���������  there is a vile conspiracy which I overheard in the library just now.     -You    u  rimst not ask me to tell you what it * _nVh~ ^oiv.^.u'i  is. My tongue wouio. reiuse to tell  it. Well, it is the last straw. I  couldn't be more miserable than J have  been the last week or so. 1 cannot  sti-yy any longer. I have -little or no  money, but I have my mother's jewels which ought to fetch at least'u  thousand pounds. ?\I propose to go to  London and look about for some thing  to do. I want to come to you because we are such friends, and because 1 know you will sympathize  with me. We Van live very cheaply  together and  1 will  pay  you for all  nine uxil twentv two cents respective  ly are announced.  A question that is just beginning to  come into notice in the Dominion is  th'*, u'ilizafon of saw-mill waste as  material for pulp making. A very  small quantity of such wasto is so  utilizei by three firms which own  and pulp-mill*-.  m STRPMGT.IS?M   K^* JL%������JJL*l*lJ������aX_JA*l  I nave. uuu. uci,vri.-r    ;vu,     .������      --  probably    havo    found  You won't say no, *-*-���������*" vein*?  WEAK NERVES  The Blood Supply Must  be Made'  Rich. Red and Pure  *������������������������������ **_      ."I V������"v  ���������  turns 1 shall  work.     You  How can you Uitnk such a thing?  Alice said reproachfully. There is  nothing I would uot do for you, an������  1 know we shall be perfectly happy  together It would be worse than  Sh ta marry a man like Mr. Copley. 1 don't know why it is, out  from the very first moment I saw hiaa  ] hated him. .1 think he has such  a cruel face. His mowth is so hard;  and his eves are dreadful.     But when  Whon will yoxi  course of events, be could hardly see ��������� +        ->  how he had got himself toto this mess. | ?������ i������}_W*?v "  j He ought..to have refused to  listen  At the end of that time at������ wiii see i tG r>oniav  a���������H SH^���������in ^vtt catat-aWam?  what condition the cohV is   in. ���������, .   K{ the^opi^ion^of sucha ^und" judge as I  there is no material changefor the* Raffle      BeSWes   ne had nevej. woa a ���������  better. thsn.I must scratch him.        . | Derby  in Ms  racin--  career,   and   it  With  this perforce-Mallow had to|seemed to Mm ^^ ge Avas wasting a  be ready to start?  Hi-- Last Three Dollar Bill  -his illustrates ths tremendous.  as-  remain  content.^   All_ the^same? ^he |[splendid chance.     But it was too iateSi2g. v^tg show as a last resort  went out mutieviug io auuSeu. ������'-'? to repent, too late to draw back, and  wanted to know what Sir George was | adi.Sir George could hope was that no  driving at aud what this new policy J nne would -av-sr liavi? an inkling of his  meant? The trainer ?5xa6 a- shrewd $ shams. He did not realise, neither  .idea, though he hardly dared to whis- j ${& eopley, that May was standing in  i.per it even to himself.     Still,*a week| the doorway.      She- had come in for  "���������'   _���������������������������    n     Woolr      an.4.     TTA5l/������Tr>    TVnt7l������Kt     \\f������   HOUR I    ~^_ ^-U I���������~     -I-~���������v.~.. C ���������^-J Uji-     OVJ*-*-  ������.^_     ���������X      .. W���������..,     ^._.������.     ���������_.������...���������     ~���������-o���������-     _���������      ��������� ^���������^   1    O ��������� AAAAT A,AAAAA������,       CUC     A CnfUll CU.     ; AA ���������A   .    O. ������AA~  -- In that time.      And,   besides,  if ne- {��������� {_g shoes had made no soi:nd on.; the  ! sessary^ he knew Haffle had a greats thick tmrpetsrand she had heard every  When you build up the blood you  strengthen tho nerves, because the  nerves get their food throueh the  blood- You cannot reach tho nerves  with medicine except through the  blood���������this Is a great medical truth  few people realize. Nervous people  are pale people- They arc nervous  becuus.- they are ,*j������j.1_. Thw bi������_u is  so thin and watery that it cannot  uuiuish the nervea- Starved nerves  mean aciaiiYa. nouraigm, nervous prostration, paralysis.  Dr- Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People are a real nerve tonic. They  Supply plenty of nuurishtug red blood  to the exhausted nerves, thus enabling  them to do the work nature intended  they should do. This is the simple  secret of the success of i-T. Williams'  Pink Pills in curing nerve troubles-  As to their value in cases of sciatica,  Mrs. -Job Palmer, Fenelon Falls. Ont..  **I have a money-saving invention���������    __  handy granaries to aliow field thresh- B������1  ��������� __��������� ." * nr _������  -    a   BEf  *JJg   UVCl   yUUl   jaiXU.     .������...~���������   .r.^.r.   -..,.���������.r     e���������-  each year.   Yoi  harvest time.   In  spring you scatter  small straw stacks m^^~ ��������� ^ j 'J*T":aifiVi  --no bturning of ^^ \  btxaW.  ...1.      m.j.^.m X**A^.������        E<4������4     1/AV.fiT     l-eb..1c       _^      - -������������������     K-XX.VX*    svu^f,    AlUUlb    ������4.������.  toim-mg, and gorgeous value of mak-isays: "For seven weeks I suffered un  Card to play. For some reason or  other Sir George wanted ths colt  scratched and Mallow had no difficulty in laying this somewhat shady diplomacy on the shoulders of Raymond  Copley?  'Meanwhile, the week drifted on  and things remained in much the  dame position at Haredale Park. Sir  George had said nothing more to his  daughter, neither had she alluded to  the detestable topic. But she was  ready to take a step which would have  considerably alarmed her father had  "he known it. Copley was awaj' on  "business. He came back on Saturday and made his way across to  Haredale Park after dinner. In the  drawing-room he was coldly informed  that Sir George was in the library.  He appeared to take this curt dismissal in good part and went off in search  of'Sir George whom he found sitting  moodily over the fire.  Where have you been lately?    the j These plots had happened before and  wbrd that was^said. ^ot that she  had meant to listen, not thst she intended to play the eavesdropper. But  one remark of Copley's had fascinated  her and she stood as it rooted to the  SpOt.-' ':���������:���������? ->.:,.-  And she knew that her ears did hot  deceive her. She had been brought  up aii her life in an atmosphere of  racing. She knew almost as much  about it as Raffle himself. The thing  was plain enough now and a wave of  shame and humiliation rushed over the  girl as she stood there drinking in  every word.  She could not bind herself to the  truth. She could not get away from  the fact that her father was a conscious conspirator in a disgraceful action. It mattered little that Copley had  suggested the whole thing. The shock  was none the less painful. It seemed  incredible that a man in Sir George's  position should stoop so low as this:  Baronet asked  Oh. my dnar sir, Copley explained,  you forget that I have my business  to loo".; after. I have been exceedingly buBy during the last few days.  When things take a turn for the better that Is a tlmo to follow your fortunes closely. And during the last  fow days I have been making money  with both Hand a.  It apppnred to bo no bile boast, for  Ooploy was looking less gloomy than  usual. Fortuni- was ntnlling upon  him again. He and his confederates  had  had   a  rare  haul  over   the  0  P^  I   g$   I_��������� ��������� BUMu-la  no one had spoken of them with  greater contempt than,had Sir George.  And now he was self-confessed as a  participant in one of the shadiest of  them all.  May stole away. For a moment she  had been or. the point of an outburst.  But perhaps it would be better to  wait and speak to her father' quietly  later, to try to find nom~ jui*aris of  averting this dreadful dishonor.  I cannot stay he.re, she murmured.  The atmosphere poisons me. I must  get away, I must get away.  to Neglect the  Skin and Hair  THINK of the suffering  entailed by neglected skin  troubles ��������� mental because  of disfiguration, physical because of pain. Think of the  pleasure of a clear skin, soft,  white hands, aud good hair.  These blessings, so essential  to happiness and even success in life, are often only a  ���������*Y\f\ + t/\r> nf  1   lit1 fir*  tliotiO'Vlffi'l  care in the selection ot eiiec-  tive remedial agents. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment do so much for poor  complexion.4?, red, rough  hands, and dry, thin and  f*������llm*v    h'i������r     vti*'1    o.ctHt    ro  ������.4 >  little, that it is almost crimi-  iial no. to use them*  Althouffh Cuticura Hnap and Oint-  ..... ,..,.11 1 .. i���������...:,i. ,...l .i������_u.���������  ������*vrrvwhftr������, a poml������f to "CutiriirA,"  Dept, 6M, Boaton, IJ.M.A., will writrc 11  libc.rikl nAiiirili*. of -nacli. with .T^-pugo  booklet on 'Skiii and Hc"*!i> Treatment.  ���������~��������� - ,-_-  It  dicates that brass, bravery and bunk  proper!;- connected with an opera hat.  and pearl shirt studs, can make, tlie  coiique-is of Alexander- the Great [ water,  look like a five-cent moving-picture  show when the lights jirejbad.  ���������,:;?'-.The?hero is Fred T. uubois, who  has b������ren many things at many times.  Once he was a. merchant, and once he  was a Republican United States senator,: aad once again he ,was a Dome-  critic senator At , quite another  timeYl owever, ho was dea''  Chicago. Carefully searching himself at five o'clock in the afternoon  he discovered that he had three dollars in his pocket and a feeling of  great dreariness in his heart. He  did not know whether he would retire  to tho almshouse or retreat to., the  lake when that three dollars had given  out. The sun was setting in clouds  of-red. and the breeze . that sw*eT>t  down Michigan Avenue was Yeolu.  Fred shivered and concluded in a  flash of unusual sagacity that this was  a sad and weary world.  Well.'he told himself, I'll put up the  best, front possible until ruin lays its  cold und clammy hand upon my  throat. I'll go to thiv opera this  evsning.  Whereupon, he arrayed himself like  a bridegroom, strolled down ; to the  stage. He waB particular that it  should be ar aisle seat. Then he  i walked down the aisle with the demeanor of a hero and the haughtiness of an indicted millionaire.  The upshot of it was that his seat  happoned to he next to a, man who  was in.accompanied at the theatre.  At the first Intermission the stranger  invited Dubois out to have a drink. As  thoy strolled up the street after the  performance, the othor, ? impressed  with Fred's superb appearance and  clover conversation, closed a business  deal with him that set him on his feet  and gave him a new start in life.  AH cf which indicates that, while  you have a dross suit, you stand a  chance to hypnotize ready money.  CHAPTER XXXVI  Fielderi Intervenes  May went quietly back to the draw-  ing-i'oonl. There was nothing hi her  face to Indicate what she was suffering. For a tlmo she sat gazing Into  the Are, watching Alice Garden who  sat opposite her engrossed in a book,  At the end of half an hour May had  made up nor mind what to do, nnd  when Alice laid her volume aside, sho  began to speak.  How long is your father likely to  be away? alio asked.  Oh, for two months, I aupposo,  Alice said. But 1 may find him at  home when I go back next week.  T hope not, May aiiHwerfd, becaunc  I have a plan to Huggost. to you. I  wonder If you would mind my com In i:  with you? I suppose you could p;ni.  me 11 bedroom In your Iioubo. l aiioulil  like to pay for myself.     Could It. lio  manug-d. do you  think?  it would bu di'liishtfiil, Allerr cried.  But why  do you  want to  leave  U1II1  bii'iuiiiul bout.'.-?      a\ii������1 what, will Sir  George nay whon ho heors of It?  He mustn't, hour It. May wliisporcil.  We    haw ��������� always    boon    very    good  I iiii-niio,   Ai'u-_,   .liiti   y>>i.   (���������'*.;*.   hi:1.;)   ;:i:'  now   11  you  will.      1 .uii j.;<'iiu; 10 <.-oii-  lid/' In you nnrl you nniBt not. whlspnr  u word of it. to a soul.      So long un  your  father  In  nwny   I   nlintl   bo  Hale  with you, nnd an bo may not bo huclc  for Homi*  wih'Uh  I  will  have tlmo to  look round.      I mum. go nway, I cannot iitay here any longer.     Something  Iiuh hnpponod which compeli' mo to  j '(el my own living.  j Oh. impoHHll'lf*! Allci* cried.  1 .ii.������ iiviii, ii.*!. I .yuij jwi-.i tii'i! '! I;',  j the unexpected unit oriua luiij'Kn;,''  1 WV.ll. kit my cv-e. it Iuik. If ai-yboily  { hud told me lIiIh h uoupU> of nioiilli.i  I UK" I Hhoiild huvo laughed Ihe tdnu  I to ncorn. It would have heen Inormi-  ,.,,... a...... ...,, :..::..; ...:���������''���������'" '-" ,-'*.!..-.:  '-.���������-'��������� -;?'~,"'"r: on"n   ������nf^ ������������������"���������  1 -i-aimi .*��������������������� nut of flu* Iioiihc. Illtlieriol roininori. All ve|"'vtiibloh do well,  (we have been lhe beat of frlendii. und UndhihoH mny ho oaten from fot-rteen  ( I have remmlcwl him uh    01m   of    tlio   to eighteen dnyn tift<*r howIiik, lettuce  A man went to an Insurance offic_  tho other day to have his llfo lnmii'ed.  Do you cycle? the insurance agent  as iced.  ."To, said  tho man.  Do vou motor? '  No.   .  Do you, thon, perhaps fly?  No, 1,0, said tho applicant hu*ghln_,  T have no danger one���������  But tho agent Interrupted him ci.*r.-  ly.  Sorry ������lr, ho said, but wo no lone*:-  or Insure pcdoBtrlaiia.  Let's Have It  Till:; high cont of llvlne; Ir n nerlous  uuoation, bawled tho campaign orator. It. Ih a. groat nuostlon, 11 very  serious question; indeed.  Wo know It's a quanlioii, yelled a  coarse mnn ln tho audience. What'H  the unswor?���������Kansas City Journal.  told agony . from-   .sciatica-    I    tried  everything  to  ease  the  pain,  but it i  et+_ior*l*!ltr     orf__r,T*ir     *tr/_-r'CS-^ T  -iTnt  K7������.^aL*"-14-(J  ..__.-��������� _    .-- .-- _ ..  _  Then the doctor told me to  apply a hot iron to the afflicted part  and I did so morning after morning,  but my leg had become so numb with  the pain that I could hardly feel the  heat of the iron. I never expected to I  be able to walk again my leg was so'  dravvii; up, I had tried so many things  that I had given up hope, yet at the  urging of my brother I decided to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. To my  surprise-/ in two weeks I was able to  stand oh my feet with but little pain,  and soon after I was - able to walk  ,'about again. I continued taking the  Pills for about two months, but iome  time?before I discontinued their use  my leg had become normal again, and  the agony of the trouble had disappeared, and I have not since had a twinge  of it. Word������ fail to express"my gratitude for what tbe Pills did for me  and I s+rongl" recommend them to all  sufferers from sciatica.  The every day.mission of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is to cure cases like  the above, and they will not disappoint Jf given a fair trial. Sold by  all medicine dealers or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes, for $250  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvllle,, Ont  .'        " "." *���������������������������-.  A Tale of Letters  Which letters are the hardest workers?    The Bees (B's).  Which are the most, extensive letters?     The Seas (C's).  Which letters are the most fond of  comfort?     The Ease (E's).  Which, letters have the most tb say  for thon.selves?     The I's-  Whic'.. are the noisiest letters? The  Jays (J').  Which are the longest letters? Tho  Ells  (Ij's)-  Which are the poorest letters? The  Owes (O's).  Which    letters    are    tho    greatest  bores     Tho Tease (T's) .  Which  are  the  most   sensible  let-  ters?   r.;he Wise (Y'a)���������Tlt-BIts.  Man*-*  ., Sizes  ISO  200  ���������vm  ���������55S  500  60O  and  1  i,Qng  ;Imperial  -p^jwV ���������"2,  Pall Measure  Gug:t_jt<et_.  "These granaries come in compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  one together, in a few hours. Four  padlocks protect the grain. Separator  delivery into a spout on the side or  into roof manhole���������saves work during threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin. 'B'?t and thiev*"-*,.   G Sell  it"wiiou yOU Sic jeduj, IGEuing uucCt  "Mv ifitA-bnilM- Gmnxy. ihow-  fpg *f4>r,   Als*������ withoes _o-3r,  . .- if dtsirsd.   _ho-w������how������a������j'*o  from the granary mto your wagon,    ba-w^B.^^n^^t^.ojUwr  or bagpng it.   No musty or heated   ShniM_tt__^5GwS^?*"J  grain.   QGetvxjgransty an& he independent of elevators'for selling.  Sell sit tHc" hi^z-est price no !__itt*?r  how   long , you store your   grain.  The Pedlar Granary protects you."        A  ���������g "Write me for my booklet. It shows bow profitable my  IBM .Granuty ii even on j> single quarter-section farm. Use  |g ������t for IB12.    The Book Tells of Big Mosey for Yoa."  S3 ^eixmx. %mvcx\t a *_i ���������_a_?4f=_������,s' =��������� % s==*!4^������i  Sa Wrfto lot Bookini Kp sa QSHAWA. GNT.  SWlNNIPEa   CAI.OAET   EDMONTON  76 Lombard St.    Crown Blcct       ������53 3rd StW.  ^���������f -A8KATO0N MOOSE JAW S������E_iI_gg__tlE  3- 1=.-= emre Whttloe-at taariaK       S_ui*w������St.S.  Direct your inquiry to the Pedlar plac.-   nearest you      They  wil!  you  promptly and     save you time  The Pedlar Granary is fire-proof.    Think what that means!  answer  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE,     WINNIPEG  This  company   acta In the capacity of  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and we shall be glad to forward copy of    our    Booklet,  "Something  r.bout "Trusts, Trustees and Trust. Companies.*' on request.  MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATES  OF INTEREST        ?  r  r  0>T-^RIO   VEi^mNAinr  COLLEGE  TEMPERANCE STREET, TORONTO  Afiiliatp.l 'with.'the University of Toronto and  under the control of  the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  Ie_e   re-bpens  October   1st,  1912?    N.,B.-'-Calendar on application  College   re-ope  E.-A.-A. GRANGE, V. S., M.Sc, Principal  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.  A Hot Air Duel  S-'iv <*'*o fnmoiiH lind mon como to-  ���������;i|1i������t iliu-Uifj my trip went.  Boll*   klUo'l?  Nobody killed. You can't inlli n  man lo rinnt.h.���������Knnsiis City Journul.  A Great Record for Both  * I'vo Orlvon my car for ovor 11 your  now, Hiiiel nilklnH, nnd I'vo novor run  down luiybo.ly.  Thai'f. nothliiK. said Mrs. Blllihl:in.  I'vo nticndod Ilm nu-tHlnKS. of our  Hiuviiii;   I'li.ii"   im    in.,   ,,_.....  ....1.   11.. >.  imviT 1,in   dovtiu   any body,    llanior'r.  \V������_U1>*.  Tho noil of thiba l������ extremely fruitful.      ("ntiliiiKos  thore  ar������  so  liiiw  .1.,   1.... , .  ... ,1 ~������.i������.������^  Another Dnnger of the Summer Season  Chai'les D. HllloB, tho Pronldont's  soorelary, always accompanies tlie  chief executive on his trips to Beverly, Massachusetts, ln the summoi*.  Juct outside of Bovorly thoro aro  many fauhionable homcH, with  '���������round'.* which Include private bathing beachos.  I wonder why so many pooplo have  thoso -prIviu-,0 boaohos, cominontod the  Prosldont ono aftornoon, whon ho was  autolii'.. u|������ tho North Shore.  Some of thorn, said Hlllos, appro-  cluto tho value, no doubt, of this  menus of hiding tho family skolo-  t_na.  A Born Candidate  Willis���������I suppono you    think    that  baby of yours will become president  "c'nili 'Maybe not jin'sl'loiil. bill be  will bo in tho mco arttu* tho nomination all right lie icoopn rnn whoio  pluce In an uproar, uhoh ludoHisi'lbubUi  lunguago, and can go without sleep  for a wook ���������Brooklyn Llfo.  The Riddle  I planted a seed in my neighbor's, garden  (Fair, wee garden w^here  grows) I  Wet with a   tear   that   it   may   not  harden j  Seed of a Hope that the dear God  knows��������� :  And for Its covor  I fotocd over  Five t-lliii petals of a little.Wild Rose  O, Lniiy-Jjiogo of the Wonder-Garden,  Riddle me, how. Is that seed to be-���������  Quick *vitli tho sun-of thy smile and  pardon, -  Oi and dust   for    dcspnlr   of  tnoc?  Wilt tiion it, bloom as   a   flower   in  Ardcn? "   . ..    ���������  Wile thou It porlsh before wo Seo?  Will thy palm forgot  Whoro my li>sfl wan set  To grow for a thought of mo?  ���������By Charles F. Lummls  When Your Eyos Heed Caret  -*rr Murl*-- Ey- Itmneay. No Smarting���������-PoeU'  Jrt������������*���������Acts Qwlckly. "Try it r"������r Bert. W������>'������4  itt ��������� i-v-1 Watery Syes and Granulated ByellOa. niuo*-  Wonder j trated Book In each Puokajro. Murine Ut������  eoinpfluii-aa by our. OffalUt_���������not a "Patent MoO.'  folno"��������� but use- ln ���������uccB-.-fnl j?hyilolan������' j?nM>-  Ueo for man-' yoam. Now i>i*illean������i to tun 1*ij������������������  Ho n,nrt mo1<1 !>��������� Orn������rirli.t������ at. UAo and fiOo ruir RnUUk  Murine Bye Salve In Asoptlo Tuba������t, 36a ana cdo>  Murlno Ey������ Remody Co^ Chloesa  Partly True  Ma, what, in moniit by tho Progrenn-  Ivo party?  The progrenslvo party, my doar?  Why illiit.'s where all tho partners  cluing- after every game - Detroit  Free  Prosf*.  v  Lead production In the United-  States last. year roached ono billion  poundE,-an inoreaso of-forty million,  pounds ovor 1010. Imports last year  wero 180 million pounds, 11 decrease.'  of thirty-seven million pounds.  The president of the university had  ilni'lc elrelos undor bin oyos. l-lln,  cheok was pallid, his lips weVo tromb*  lliiK;  ho word .a,hunted expression,  You look 111. said his wife. What  is wrounv doar?  Noth.nK much, ho replied, But���������-!'  ���������I hai* a fearful dream last niKht., and'-  I foel IhiB morning ���������atyll' I���������-as if 1~"  It wub ovldont that his noivqus sys*  tern was shattered,  . What waB tho di'onm? anked the  vr\fo.  I���������1*���������dreamed the triiBtneii reqiilroiV  that I should���������Unit 1 should pai-m tha'  freshman examination for-���������admission,  nlshod the president.���������Youth'** Com*  panlon.  m0mmmmmmmWm*maammat^0amm������mmtmmmmm** mmt.*mammmm0mmmmmmammmmmam**mmvm������mm+< (  Vory many pcrHouu dlo imnuiilly  from cholera and kindred Hummer  couipliilutH, who iiilKht havo boon  saved   If   proper  remedies   had  boon  UI'C'l.        ''   '���������Miii-'Ueil   ������lo   1-10I    dnlny   In  Kettins1 n hottlo ot Dr, .1. I), itoll-  ,^.ja.'4| "nywenlery ('onliiil. tho liiniii-  01*110 Unit novor fnlln to offoet n cure.  ThoBo who havo unod it say it acts  promptly! and Uioroiifchly subduou the  >,.,l������   nnrl'dlRcns'i.  ��������� ui  hunbund  W.   N.   U.  00?  (I have reminl'Ml lilm "h   01m   of   tlio   to tdgliteen dnyn rifter bowIhr. lottueol     My      hunbund    cured  mortt uprlitlH  anil nioHt hoiiiiuniblo of [hi riv������ v*,iu1ih iiftor Mfiwlng. whllo corn | drinking buttermilk.  linen       ������  !������**>'' al*w������yt* pildwd  myniilf j p������uuii-i-,������ iliuii* ci'opb poi yoai*. ftwi'-t [    What $Ui !:i* J",v<-*  <ip.m the fact that notblne couJd ro-������   potntooH j-iow "nil the year, a, thlrrt.���������-Chicago Rf.  I   II,,O      UA.IIIU  cured    hliri-olf  by  cord I!������*rii!jS,  NATURE'S ESSENCE.,-Extracted From Forest Plants.  Nnrnre'n lawa tire perteet, hut din-Mtue ioiiown if   liienc  inwi mie iioi ubuyou.-  Go Htr������i*tbt to nature ior the cure, to tlio -forcut ��������� tliore are my**lerie������ liore that wo  cur. i-tltom for you.    Take the bark of the tvild-cherry tree, the root of mnndrnV*".  atone, Or������������*ion prnp* root, quoen't root, bloodroot mid golden te-l, make it -ci-n*  tilio, aonrdleohollo extract of them with ju������t the rinht proportion** nnd you have  ���������Ooc-or Plcrcc'i* Cioldew Medical Ill������covc:ry-j  It took Dr. I'lercc, with the atiiint-anoe of two lenrnc'l clwmUli, ei^ht years of  hard work ������-perimnntin*t to make thia pure jtlyoerlo extraot nnd ������U������ratlv������ of the  greatest efficienoy mmJ without the une of ��������� p������rtiole of eleohol.  Juat the tort of romedy you. need to intake rl������h, red-  blood, and cure that laeaitmle ������nd (*>**lli,j of nerve exhwuation,  I'l*. Pimrnm'm (TlnhU-n M#i(li<*������l Diaoovarv heart Ihe ataruin of  l*ur������i.m ArraovAi, and haw sold wu*e l_i_t������ly in (U������ <ii--.t torty  ycsrtt thr** *������������y other blood purifier ������ud ���������tomaeh tonlo. ,  "Bom* tlm* atfo I *ot out, of li*������IUi"i<\y atonuw.h i������������nn>J to Im llt������  Mat ot tha trotitvla," wriu>������ Un. EiutA Wii.mamm, of IlolUvlll-t. K������n������.  ! ctHmr.icne-ftl to ilix*t������r with aU th������ doi't*>r������ at Wwiir a* ���������w������ll mm iwllli  Mlhar upaclalliU mi Kiomaeh aii4 dljMiaHva nrgana.   Nairn tMititd U do  ���������( m,y ��������� ;,-. "*���������������������������,-* ���������������-a ���������������* ���������'������*, ������.������������iUl������������������i <lw win l������#wr������s flnallv. 1 mmxtm  tit !>r, i'laro*. fliiifalo, N. V��������� "Who ranlMM. itwMitf that I hail livnr ooin-  ...������.,.������ ���������;���������. :;���������.!;������:.v ���������,"-"���������"���������; --,���������.���������;*.,4-������a���������������������������������������. ������������������** ������.f������i������wi n,- i>i.m.'a' ru\,i*rm  Mwllcal DUi*A>v������������y and * JManaa-it I'ellat*.'   ,  "Tha *Dlncovai-y' am* t'dllata,' hava tfiw* mi *n mr fa*t mralw���������.  a*aio������Kl to Im Junt what I tn������������d������cl. I oauld not hava nmov*v������4 wlOiout U������������*i������.'  ic wi������ju*w������. iftwj. pa* Ptataar* Ptaaaaot Pattata ata *���������#��������� Uva* itta*  ^X&**\  m  :siM;>  immmmmmmimmm.  mmm * ^mMmimmmwmii^mMiimZX  ______M_______i  u^ysjy THE   CBESTON  J.V���������4    V   J. ,4-1   ������T    f  CBESTON,    B. C.  The destruction of the house fly  a public duty. jMrnost every  American State Board of Health is  carrying on a crusade against him.     ^  His filthy origin and habits, and  _  the fact that bis body is general/  I  laden with disease-producing germs,   I  makes him one of the greatest enemies, of the human race.  If the housekeepers of Canada will  use  i-  _na  Ihi ������  a  a B_ Bass' S^gsr  bersistently, this peril will  be tremendously reduced.  QUESTION   OF   OWNERSHIP  ...      IX     _���������...  inscription  nn  _>arre  ulre Relic of Notorious High-  waywan  London.���������Dick Turpin ���������simultaneously butcher's, apprentice, cattle lifter, smuggler, house-breaker, highwayman and horse thiet-=tJie hero of our  childhood, has been proved* undoubtedly owner of the pistol just discov  ered   by   workmen,   in   t���������e  ceilipg  Oi  NO BURNED BREAD  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  ������r- -i j~jr**_T*i"..  n  *-V    -*    "s^im!  1     -_*��������� Pltil__  fc-A-^05. ������1  * *>*-"���������-  * "I W^TWff-KVj   _  _-.__���������_ ������_**- fl-l-V}  Lanouage and Religion  The man who tells this story  c,aim_ that its hero was an Irishman.  At an-/ rate -the language makes a  fine bull.  A preacher had delivered his prize  .sermon, exhorting his hearers to em-  biaca the religious life anl scorn the  '���������attractions o������ wealth and late suppers.  --^ ..      -__-. 1 .      ,AL     A_4���������     ~^~X^*.     ���������V. ^4- *  ntt   WJII/IUUCU    WILLI   ILIA���������    --4AI.A-   ou������>.  My brethren, let not this world rob  you ot a peace which it can neither  give noi take away.  A   Feminine   Misunderstanding  Uptol* Sinclair, who is an advocate  jaf divorce when married people are  xmhapry, tells this story:  A vori2.ii ���������_ ore of tht? large cities  ol this country was one day persuaded to-go to a spiritualistic sc-anee in  -order tc hold converse with her dead  Jhasband. ��������� s ,  My dear George, said the widow, in  tears, are you happy where you are?  Happier than I was on earth with  j.-ou, George answered with alacrity.  This was something of a poser, and  the widow paused to decide what she  should "ask next  What is it like in heaven, dear  .George? she finally asked.  Heaven! exclaimed George. I'm  not in heaven.,  An Ol! of Merit.���������Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is not a jumble of medicinal  substances thrown together and pushed by advertising, but the result of  ihe careful investigation of the curative qualities of certain oils as applied to tne human body. It is a  Tare combination and it won and kept  public favor from the first. A trial  .of it will carry conviction to any who  -"tdoubtvits power to: repair and" heal.  tho Reindeer inn at Banbury.  The pistol Is undoubtedly of the  date 1735. said the manager of  Messrs. Westley, Richards & Co.,  limited, gunmakers of New Bond  Street, where the pistol is now on  view.  You see that It is a double-barreled  horsei,plstol with dint locks, smoothbore barrels, 16 gauge and of the exact pattern used during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.  We have had the assurance of an  expert engraver that the inscription ]  on tho barrel���������"Presented to Dick  Turpi)-, at the White Bear Inn, Drury  lane, 1735"���������is also of that period.  The w:rkmanship throughout is very  fine. Thf handle is of ISnglish walnut. fThe flash holps aro inlaid with  gold, rnd the band around the breech  end of each barrel iv. gold. It probably cost about $100 orlginaliy.  The &ist04 i- marked in four places  in smsll gob1 inlaid panels, 'Baker.  London,' who was the predecessor of  the "-*! known TSsfekiel Baker, pistol  maker to the prince of Wales.  The mystery of how it come to be  found In the Reindeer Inn may be explained by the fact that history tells  us of an occasion when Turpin stayed  at the inn and was shot through the  hand there  ������  Of course the question of ownersbip  has arisen Since the pistol was  discovered on''the upper side of the  plaster ceiling above tbe historical  Globe Room, at the back of the Rein-  doer Inn at Branbury, claims have  been put in by Messrs. Leny Gon who  have purchased the ceiling, by the  iesse oi the pjoperty as occupier, and  also by the freeholder of the property^  Rockefeller and His Rocks  Just because John I>. Rockefeller  has made mpre money than he can  count without the aid of* nineteen  clerks and foity adding machines, net  to mention a well-trained���������, corps of  coupon clippers, there are many people who come forward these da\s  with etnrips to phow'that John, now  famous for his wealth, wigs and wit,  waa once about the cutest person  that ever bann'-med when it came to  financial strategy.  According to this latest narrative,  Rackete*rer told a close. friend���������and  thnt close goes both ways���������one morning th he wanted to borrow five  thousand dollars and that he raii<-t  have it in order to save his business  The friend went downtown In the  course of his work, and pretty soon  ,V,������A       ^.       T������ i r.      l.nMl.nw  ili-i,    a.    t-ig    D��������� iJfi-t .  I wish, said the banker, If you see  Mr. Rockefeller this afternoon -"o**  would tell him that I have found a  place to put that ten thousand dollars  which he asked me to 'ip .  The frienr* gasped like a goldfish,  anc proceeded on his way, encountering another, of the town's leading  banker-.  By tha bye, said the banker, when  you seo Rockefeller this ' afternoon,  please tell him that I have found a  m:!. who wants to borrow that ten  thousand  dollars.  The friend   staggered  on,  and met  a  third  banker,   who  repeated   what l  the ctl-er two captains of finance had  said.        Then   he    went   back   and  found Rockefeller.  John he said, in astonishment, when  I left you this morning you told me  you had to borrow five thousand dollars, and all day bankers have been  L��������� 1A1J��������� _,        JLAAU        LAAc���������������.       J"** _        Swu������s_ ���������_...������_ l ���������  lend out ten thousand for you.  Well well, smiled Rockefeller, that's  _n������s! ������ suppose I may safely assume  now that my credit is established in  this town. I'll just step out and borrow th: t five thoiTsand I need.  No need, to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it.      -V800L*8������Y'S BSSQUITS are'  right ��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  resh as the product of yohr  1-IO  -and they are as ���������  own oven.  %*& _**������**=%    &������? S W W>-������=-# m  are the great favorites for every day use.  They are made in the big sanitary factory in  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  A GoU. Mine in ihe Kitchen Stove  T.-A.   Suider,   ���������"-   Cincinnati,   who  The Champion  Magazine   Reader  Philander C. Knox, the secretary of  .state, )'a an omnivorous reader.    He  -subscribes to more than fifty magazines.      In addition'to this, he buys  Jill the new books and all  the  rare  editions of old works that .he can get  his hands on.     At his bedside he has  an ad.i"_table electric light and a con-  /tA'ivanci  of hi - ' own   patent    which,  like a   tray,   holds   a   large   volume  while hi reads it.  piled up a fortune by the use of his  name on catsup bottles, got all of  his money becaus. he realised that  Mrs. Snider was a grand and gorgeous  cook. She made him some catsup  shortly after they "werer married, and  he remarked.  We ought to" get a fortune out of  this.      Let's sell It.  They, did sell it, and built it up into a big business, thereby annexing  the fortune.  On Lady O'Looney:  Here lies thQ boCy of Lady O'Looney. great niece oi? Burke, commbnly  called .he sublime. She was bland,  passionate and deeply religious, also  she painted in water colors and sent  several pictures to the exhibitions.  She was first cousin to L?dy Jones;  and of such is the Kingdom of  Hoaven .-  ons ot itiQ JCJ8  * i"-_?^  Where  A lady who gave herself great airs  ���������of importance -on boing introduced to  .a. gentleman, said, with   a   Bhow   of  much  indifference:   I   think  I  have  seen you somewhere.  Very likely, replied the gentleman  -with uqual sangfroid. I have been  there frequently.���������Philadelphia Ledger.  SUFFERED  A lumber dealer contracted to supply a lot of iimib-i to a stranger. On  looking' it over he ' found it full of  knot holes and told his customer  about it frankly.  You may not want this lumber, he  said.  Why now?  I have to be honest with you. It  Is full of knot holes.  The stranger only laughed.  I'll take it, he declared. This  lumber Is to go around some baseball  grounds. Knot holes won't hurt  wiiittei- any. I was a kid myself  once.  rtMruL  HEADACHES  STOMACH     BAD,     NO     APPETITE,  WAS   LOSENG   WEIGHT  AND  STRENGTH  Wonderful    Change,     When  Was  Restored  by  '_ _ *"���������" ^-**"<3  Health  'J*.**     >������SJl������4������fWM_   as  NERVE FOOD  For Years, Restored To Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-  y etablc Compound.  Canadian women aro continually writing* us such letters as the two foi lowing,  which are heartfelt.expressions of gratitude fotf restored health:  Glanford Station, Ont.���������"I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and never  found any mefMcino  to compare with it.  I had ulcers and falling of womb and  doctor, did me no  good. I suffered  dreadfully for years  until 1 began taking  your medicine. I also recommend It for  nervousness anil In-  dlgostion. " ��������� Mrs.  Henhy Clark, Glanford Station. Ont  Chestervlllo, Ont..���������"I hoard your  ���������omrHrlnofi highly nrataed. anduyear ago  I bcijan taltlng* them for falling of v/omh  and ovarian trouble.  '���������* My left side pained me all tho time  and just before my -porM*������ which wor**  irregular and painful It -would be worse.  To sit down caused me pain and sufFor--  Ing and I would be so nervous some**  timet* Uiat X could not bear to oca uny  ono or.hear any one apeak. I?Ittlo snoclcs  would flout before my ������**y������*s and I wm  'i\~ri>VA rTma-t-'iv,*...-)  MI cannot say too much for Lydia B.  PlnVhnrv.'fl V^������#*t.������������hi������t Compound iwd  Liver Pill*.,' for" thoro ar������* no* medicinea  like them. I have taken them und I  recommend tiwm to all wcr- in. You may  The Great American Game  Judging from what's going on, remarked the man with the gray hair  and the hard heart, American politics  Is a nice combination of the best skill  of the knife thrower, the ventrilo  quJst, and the mud lark.  Minard's LinIrnent Cures  Diphtheria.  V/!,cr. Nisc! Had toRlde  Charles Nagel,? secretary ot tho depart mo.nt of commerce? and labor, Is  a) tall man. resembling in his build an  Isolated pine tree on thoNtop of a hill.,  Uetnrning to Washington one night  from New York, he got past, the tax-  Icabs nnd was 'survounded by a group  of haclcmen, to whom he paid absolutely l b attention as ho Intended to  walk tho fourteen block to his offtco.  Tho liaclim-n greeted, him with a  storm of such ci-Iob as;  Take you right uptown!���������Take you  lo tho New Willard!--Tako you to tho  Raleigh 1 '  The fltntoHinnn walked straight  ahoad without ovon looking at. his  boslog'-rs.  U* you want a cheap hotel, jump  right h. horo, Insisted another driver.  SUll Nagel walked rm unheeding.  Finally.a John addrossod him thus:  Deaf n-.d dumb rtcylumS Take you  up tboro In a minute.    '  At this Mr. Nagol laughed, and got  into tho hack,  Headache is a symptom and not i  disease in its>elf. It acts as a danger  signal to warn you of serious trouble.  By- reading Mr. Donneral's letter  you will bo satisfied that there is no  treatment to be compared to Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food as a means of  buildirij; up the system and removing  tho cause of headaches, 6leeplesane_3  and indigestion.  Mr. Charles Donneral, Klelnburg,  Ont, writes: 'T wish to communicate  to ycu tho great cure which I received from Dr. Chase's Nerve rood. For  over two years I suffered from fearful  headaches, my appetite was always  poor, nd the stomach bad. I took  medicines from physicians, but the  headaches persisted, and r wan rnre-  ly free from thorn.  ''"'Ao'adirig about ,Dr. Chase's Nerve  Pood. I began using It, with little Idea  thru- i wonli bo benefited. I had bo-  corns thin and weak, but the very  flr_t box helped me. aud with Continued treatment I have been cured  and fool like h new man. Tho hoad-  a-^hes have disappeared, my appetite  iB good ahd'dlgtiallou oxcelli������������:t. ' I  write tbis letter in hope thnt other  sufferers from headache may use Dr,  Chase's Norvo Food and be cured."  Dr. Chase's Nofyo food. 50c. a box,  6 fof $2.BO. at. nil rtonlors or 13dmnn-  -on, Eates &. Co., .Limited  Will "vou  J&arnriGrs .who will tcjcqiVQ  out trcY&o. Gonie^i checks1  *}\  r  "^HEP^ "^h fc-  IVY X^J. V X.  pTlT������������  in  i  H  I  p  1  I  I  i  1  .    i^m _"_  _ T ������"_ JTX TSaI  tvurv/n  CAN.4DA CEMENT COMPANY  ���������LIMITED  Herald Building, Montreal  Please send me full particulars of  the 1912 Farmers* Prize Contest, and  a free copy bf your book " What the  Farmer Can Do With Concrete."  Name  Address,  1\JJ    vyjXJ.    U\,  each of the nine provinces (108 in all)  -"-  in the 191*2 Prize Contest for Canadian J  Farmers.   TJic 1911 Contest was so successful in awak-''  cning interest in the use of Concrete on the farm, that a  second contest, in which three times as many prizes arc  offered, was decided upon for this year.  The Contest this year is divided into three classe-". "A,"  "B" and *'_,'* and there wiii be four prizes iu each class? (First  prize, $50; Second prize, $25; Third prize, $15; Fourth prize, $10.)  Thus there are thi-t-e S50 Prize:.,' three $25 Prizes, three ������15  prizes, and three $10 Prizes, fbr each ptovincs, '   '  'DESCRIPTION OF CLASSES  In Each Class there will be First, Second, Third and Fourth I__������3  (,$50, $25, $15, and $30) for~Esch Province^  CLASS ".V���������-Pri'***s lo **-*. ���������-*!*'������������������*! *.-������ -��������������������������� *n,.. f.rw.r. in much nr���������riti���������e who ���������������e ���������tost    ..  "Canaila" Cemriu on meir farina Jn itt; year 1*3*2 ",  CL*iSS * D."���������Prize* io be awardi-d to the fO'ir farmsn hi each piortnee-wbeicii- pbofo-    -  rraplis of tbe test conciete work done with "Canada" Ceme'-it on tlielr  f������rm������lnl912  CLASS "C'���������Prizrt to bo awarded to the four farmers in each province  who ������etirl tn  the best description, telliii. how any piece of ronen-'te work wai done with i  "Canada" Cement.     (Entriei for this prize must be accompanied b>" *photo-  trapln of the work,) , |  Don't ihiiik iliai you must use a large quantity of cement in order to  win a pri-*e. The quantity of cement used does not count in Classes ' 'B'r*  and "C."    Many of last year's prize winners used very littje cement.  When you enter the Contest, you have'a chance to win a cash,  prize of $50 as well as the certairty that you will add a />*wian*nt  improvement to your farm. If you haven't*, a copy, be sure and ask for  oiu book, "What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete." It will not  only suggest many improvements that yon can use in entering* the Contest,  but will tell you all about the u*,c of concrete on the farm.  )unl write your name nnd address on the nuchcd coupon, or Die a  penal card, and we will tend full patticulart nf tbe Pi-l7e Cornell  and a copy of "What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete" to you  aliiolutely free.  Address Publicity Manager  Canada Cement   Company  Limited  i.fli   Herald Bidg.     -     -      Mor.t-rcc*.,  Your wlfo isn't looking .well,  Yahe Ib unable to Bleep nights.  bite due-riU't lool-: JiUe...a ncrvoui  ���������woi'uan.-. ' ?-::'���������.���������-.���������'������������������'���������'.'"  It iHii't '.il at, '1 had a secret poekf/  put in my clothes, and ������he 'lafli.'r.  found it yet.--HoiiBton Post.  I thought yon hud a trained nurse  to \va,; on your wlfo?  ,  So I havo.  And now you're looking for moro  h Jr'/  "Yes, 1 find I have to havo throe or  four -iraids to wait on tho trained  nyrBo.���������Detroit Freo PreflB.  ���������    . Soothing  -What was It the  choir   Just  A Safe Pill for Suffer Ing Women.���������  The Booludocl llfo of women which  normitH of Uttlo healthful oxorolao in  I'frultful ciiuflo of derangomenta of tho  -IviVuiOii anil 1'vr.r ar.rt ir. acc::i:r.t:it;!r.  lor tlio paliiM imd l.'u,.-,llu<U.- thai no  many of thorn oxfwrlonco. Parmo-  li-o'u Vogotublo Pllla will corroct Ir-  reBulnrltioR or tho dlKOBtlvo organs  and restore health and vigor. Tho  irioHt dolicato woman can use them  With Htifety, beoaiiBn thoir action,  whllo offootlve, i������ mild and aoothlng.  She-  sail *;?  He���������From tho appoaranco of the  oongi'OKUtloii I thlink It niu-L havo bu'uu  some kind of n prodljry.  Kate���������That Uragsbn girl asserts  that alio hna mado a thousand refusals ofmarrlag?.  Ethel���������That's true. When Gus  askod hor to. .bo his wife, sho replied  "No, a thousand times, no!���������Boston  Transcript.  Washlnflton to 8t.  Louis       *  ���������."Have you mado any sacrifice ���������u- do-  monatrato your patriotism?  I liavo, ropltod tho St. Louis man.  I hot en tho home foam rogularly.���������  Washiigton Star.  Scribbler���������Tt took mo nonrly ton  yoars to loam that.I could not write  poetry.  Friend���������Gavo It up tlion, did you?  Scribbler���������Oh, no,���������By that tlmo I  had n mputatlon.*���������-Puolt.  The Statesman and   the   Wise  .porter  Clnu'lui-t Nagol, riecietary of cOaia  jneree and lebor, has under hla d_-,  partmont the rovonuo-cuLter service'"  a*id the- lighthouse boats, which make  up a tremendous '-ileet. The last!  time the president reyiewod the?  United States navy hi Now York!  Harbor, Mr Nrtgel was on one of xho  boats fta a slght-seer. Tall and silent, ho hiid boon watching tho naval  ���������lighters without making any comment. Finally ho was approached  by a Now York newspaper reporter,  who was clad 111 the latest fashions  and n eniiSclousnoBB of groat wisdom.  Thai's a protty big .Hoot, don't you  think' tho news gatherer askod of tho  tall man, and pointed to tho two htm-  flvod sVips which wf>r������ und or Inspoo.  tlon.  Oh, I don't know, roplied Nagol. I've  got a bigger one. ;  rbo . ,. tors law dropped, and ho  rojolnod his companions with tho pitying ivmark.' Thai, old follow Is plumb  nuts.  His curiosity got the bettor of him,  howovor,  atjd   ho wont up  to  Nagol  ___      Cured S_owcs?6VMt*5  pR/ce Jis * At All jtsAisns^   I  fyfarnxwixx- ������oc? ...or, fe M-W-.lAf5fti*> -���������,, \  ."AA.I.  Oabc���������Has Jonos a good memory?  RlwVi*���������Should say ho has.      Why,  bu -a. iujiu. you the la'jt v..:: v!f*o.  prosllonts of tho Ih Itod Statos.���������Cincinnati lOnuulror.  I bought a horae with a supposedly  incurable rlngbono for $80. Cured  bun wllli $1.00 worth of MINARD'S  I-lNIMtONT- and sold him for $80.00,  Profit,on Liniment, $54,00.  MOISK DnitOi-Gia  Hotojl Keeper, St. Phlllippo, Quo,  -.-������������������,���������������������������.������.'  j,, ,^ ,i  uu  Safe Anyhow  Professor- Tho  avorago   American  |juAJiiaii .viiin   lAuiuiuoiiiiAi. 4i������A...   m*4^   i gill la |jooiij>   ������  .rTT**'" "f- H*"* "TT*! ��������� '**'*-������wj-*������������.''ijw  nrifnrlo   I-    ni-r?'*-i���������"*������'*������������*���������  jOanada.   ���������*i.Sili^������������>iiwwiw,i. , n,',i .J.M.H* .Mi,, yimtw  ������;I4I4V .ALCU .  4<...Vrti,   Mil ii If  ���������,a'.'  W.  H.  Ul.  000  1     Professor���������Yos, but thoro    is   ono  1   consolation,  the   average   Amorlcan  1 boy will, novor And It out.���������Satire.  Mrs. Uacon���������My bUHhnnd throw hit*  nlann ulook at a oat in the back yard  I list nlglit.  .,41,,.     I   ftxul l        .4,.,.    i.iy    ......  .     .nl    tm;  ���������������������  rn l*./*.*-  Mr**. Iiaoon���������No. but bo says ho  C-fc rid ot one nuisance, anyway,���������-  Yonkoru Statoinjiatt.  ',*> a ���������;'���������'���������'if/  \%l,\i,-i?.\t) i*r  te#J I ���������>'i'M4?-'foii.������';������j"!:.J .'j  Real PhllOBophy  Wo haven't any real phllosbpby la  thoso days,  Yes, wo have. I know a mail who  has.iilx daughters, all;grown up, and  unmarried.  What's philosophical about that?  Ho says ho Is glad nono ol them  havo boon taken from'him.      '  When  Aethmn  Comes do not do*-,  pair    Turn at anr.o to the holp cflteot-?;  ivo���������Dr. .1. D. Kellogg's Asthma Eoui-?  ody.    This    wonderful   remedy   willY  givo you tho alii you need ������o sorely^ ti  Choking cesses,' bri-athlng    bocomoB1-:  natural anil without effort.     CHhora, ,���������  thousands of thorn, huvo suffered an  you suitor but have wisoly turned to  this   famous  remedy  and  ceased  famous  remedy  and  ceased  to  again witn tno question: w'liat is your) surtor.     u.m a pacKago tais vory aay.  uamo'-'  mm^m^mmmmmmmmmm^  WxXm*f'  My name la Nngel, roplied tbr  mombcr of tho cabinet.  Whiji * ������ro you froiw?  My homo In In St.  Louis,  Is that so? oowmontod tho repor'or  vaguely. And you have* a blggor  fl'-'ot than this?  Oh, j'fls. reafflrmod Nagol carelessly.  Thnt was too muoh for tho roport-  ui*. lio   Woik    i,jn;iv   iii   inn   i.iiui|iini-  lons, made ti gostnro signifying wheola  In thi** lioiul, and r>iil������).  wiih  an air of j  ���������,roat conviction:  Fellows, bo's ������ raving maniac,  A trnrl mimv miin who irrow nn con-  fldontly oxpootliig to loso thoir hair  ughtliiK ImlluiiH, round out later that  dandruff wuh their real foe.  Unlike a Brink  Vila! goes up must como dowh stild'?.:;;ij  tho Hugo.. .. . .,, ,-,, . ? ,--(,-:-.v, "  How about lhs> high ooftf bf llVltt^fY  asked tlio Boob.  , , , *.,t  'ti'ti^l  fiCtA^Mtl  i  _S__ *Sl_,-f  _^_^D)_H_w_MwB-bit_Nii_i  -��������� i^iitU jJlililnXilill ���������mMmm>*mii  fjapody <he pAfonted Imtum*     I  of 0*t_ fttw Meals*    m 1  BUI'.  I  WWWWWWI  mmmmmm  mm  mmm  ���������i '.i-JMi  "���������:��������� '-ma  mm*mmmmammmm <-   --.       ~ \   ..,     .11 ���������-   i    -^.���������  .,  ,       -     ' .    i  THE    OBES-TON    BKVJ3-W.    CHESTON,    B.C.  ���������*; ������������������--������������������-���������>- -���������,-  The Creston ^Revielto  Published every   Fridry at Ci eston, British Columbia, bytbi* Cit'scon Pi'int-  g and Publishing Company, Ltd.  ���������������������������������������^^)������^e������������������������*^������������������������������������������������^i asss>c< ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^'^^^^  41  \-_-/i  i\       U -^   _-e^ ._> <*. a_ ._. __    ___   ,������_,  ���������    I     g*%*>>~ -'B-B--J -  -_&^  "W. B. MuCj-.unr:  Editor and Manager  j  -The Review is tbe acknowledged advertising medium of tho Creston valley,  cir  ������������������iai'������<- in Tifif.rlv one thousand  homes  throughout  iLe Oiehton  district, and  culating in nearly one thousand  Onr ������������rlvpi*i*oiig rates <  mid oi Trade. !  -eaobuig ont in a broad manner into other communitiei-.     ()_r orlv  are based ou tho scale ot tbe Koofnay ai d Boimdmy Fiii.ifis' I-s*  "Land otwohase and land lease notices, ������7  for statutory  lime.     Du-plnv  adver-  tiRPinents. SI uer inch per month ; oshsr advoiti������ing 10 cvnt-- prr lun- first lf-feue  tiseineots. SI per incii por  aud 6 cents per line i.i -.ucceediJ.g wep!.s. ���������������������������*-������iption j-nev. $���������> no !t year in  advance Our columns are open to contributions denim**; m uiHtipi'* ol local -iii-  terest and the wellaio oi the community. Cmiiibuiioub mutsi lo biief unsigned.  ������    \i%m.^m^m\   \/OU  wil1  make   no   Jawtalas  $&    \m^ *&t%m     ������       when you get off the train  Timely Topics  61J.J  ���������~_^  By K. L. Blanchard, Asst   Sapt , W.  "W.Experiment Station, Payallup.Wash.  Among the many things that interested the  writer while making a short  trip across the county was the methods  adopted by the farmers ia securing their  hay.   Evidently a few of the faimers  followed the plan of mowing the entire  meadow, then allowing the crop to lay  iu the swath for several days to  ''cure"  ���������when the hay would  be stored iu the  feam.   The natural product under this  method is dried grass,  not cured hay  The difference in the feeding value of  dried grass, aud cured hay varies greatly���������it is safe to say as much as from 40  to 80 percent against   the  dried  grass.  That would depend very much as to j day it, will be ready to haul into the barn  how heavy the swath-loss being great-* By the fourth day all ot it will be ready  to go into the barn and will make nice  green, well cured hay, Should the  weather chauge aud threaten raiu before  it had been hauled into the  barn,  of  to stand uutil they are beginning to turn  when the orop is grown   on high land.  When grown  on  low land whore  the  straw grows much more rank and heavy  aud there is danger of the crop falling  do ah, we cut it while the oats are nicely in   the   milk.     The weather  being  favorable    sve   begin   catting   in the  morning as soou as the dow is off and  cut until about 2:00 o'clock.     Then at  5:00 we windrow the entire 'cutting  of  the day. Allow the windrows to remain  until tlio following day in the afternoon  about 3:00 o'clock,  wheu  the field h>  raked again aud  the windrows turned  over, moving them forward several feet,  In this way you will expose the iiuoured  \  part of the graiu to the followiug day's  weather.   In the afternoon of the third  Hotel of the  | Fruit    Belt  . ...  -      ���������_t_���������     ��������������������������� A.���������.- TA-     *������������������-m'.on     AAA*  6?  IS    5SS5     i_g_M     ������������i-i>A���������.        Ail     .a.,.--j_.i���������.--    -���������"  particular effort to make dried grass-  simply cutting, and the weather will do  the rest.   It is only a matter of letting  tie grass lay in the sWath long enous-b. j course the same should  be cocke^ in  With weather ever so favorable, curing   large cocks and secured against the rain  bay calls for the cssrciso of skill and  ia that way.   Should you have hay caps  3*_dga_e_fc.   Since the ultimate end of  successful farming is^ the securing ol  themaximas product at its ���������ciayimum  good value, it is most unfortunate that  many methods so often defeat ultimate  eus_S-_.   These methods, it would seem  are often inborn with the farmer. With  the food value of the home' product so  - greatly lost, the farmer ia thus obliged  to pay out cash for food with which to  substitute such loss, which is very largely avoidable, Coved hay is the green  grass with its surplus moisture removed  Suoh moisture should find its escape  thru the leaves of the plant.   With the  <*.  grass esposed in the swath for a longer  period than three or four hours to the  hot Bun and drying wind, the leaves of  raoiily beoome dried up and destroyed  for the purpose of conveying the surplus  moisture from the stem or stalk, and,  therefore, muoh more time is required  for the escape of suoh moisture.    In the  meantime the plant is rapidly losing its  most important characteristic���������its portability���������and poflBtbly more or less of its  digest-ability, and thereby itB food value  beoomes greatly impaired, all of which  the experienced feeder of animals has'  observod. It then stands to reasou that  many of our farmers interests demand  that they improve upon their methods  o_ securing the home grown feed for  the prlnoiplo that applies to curing hay  equally applies in securing feed in other  forms, suoh as roots, soiling crops aud  Milage. The writer frequently receives  letters asking for information along  thoso lines, whioh clearly indicate that  our fanners ore realizing moro aud moro  the importance of adopting the right  methods in their work. Th- followiug  ie a roply to a letter of recent date,  which outlines our plana for oaring hay  including olover, as woll uu outs, undoc  favorable weather conditions, which  crAtterally mnaufl hot sunny days of n  week or more uurauou. wuoii iho  weathor conditions ore not favorable, bv  the use of hay capa, hay can bo woll  oared, aa land uot too low and wot provided the catting has had a fow hours  time to wilt and free iwolf from  uuy  0������V>r������ mwmftiviy  thnt \'f" i  about forty inches square, to put over  disse cocks so a-uch the l*ettei", but the  long oat straws will shed the rains very  well without the caps.  There is much to be learned by exper- j  ience in curing hay under the above  method, especially when hay caps are  u&ed,   The general management of the  wb-_*. varies Rohiewhat with the varying  weather conditions. "When curing with  caps   it  fre uently  happens  that the  cocks need to be doubled, placing any  parts not curing sufficiently fast on top.  Thus with experience one  sooi> learns  the thing to do from day to day,  aud  thus any losses that might occur will be  reduced  to  the minimum.   Generally  speaking, under good management, the  hay will be secured without  "hay weather" in  a  highly palatable condition  when under the too common practice referred to,   the same would be of a very  low feeding value if  any value at all  other than for bedding purposes.  _d___  *9__4������  _*^ K^ *"  _ -=_  _ .11151  %m> * ���������   ������ W������   l  ^_  VJS'   '  %\  -""_  /Jk <  AJ-.4Y  We have just received a new stock of O  *||^Genuine Nippon Hand painted China, JC  aiso the New Thermos flasks, consis- O  ting of pint and quart bottles, picnic j|  cases etc., at the new prices which are J*  50 per cent below the forme  See the window display at the  TO'lftAC  Creston Urug&tsooK. Co.  _f -a  fnone oi  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  99  _���������  I  4  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at sbort notice.   The latest styles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle ana pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.       A-^ent for the McJ-aughiin Mauis. Co.      norses aOT sa.c  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains    W  at any hour of the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers,  will    @  receive prompt attention M  mmm^x. *w  W Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 14     |������  #-9r*r-;_s_fra_i5^*s^^  the   JKaritime   provinces has been in-;  iwwd      _hfi-staff in T?-^i+i<5i-������   f^nlmTi-bia  is being completely reorganized   at the j  1 present time.  Work For The Editor  Echo of the East Kootenay  District Summer School  K..IU *_���������.*-���������*���������  (^  Inspection Of Domestic Fruit  Ottawa; July 30,���������The Dominion fruit  department is completing arrangements  to greatly extend the work of inspection  domestio fruit will be given as close inspection as imported fruit, Particular  attention will bo given the west where  the number of inspectors has been doubled, and tho consumer of tho west will  be given prootootlon iu tho purchase of  eastern as woll as Ooast fruit.  For a number of yeais thore has boon  strong agitation for iuspootion of fruit  eold to tlie domestio trudo. Tho lnspoo-  of exported fruit has bo.n very strong,  but thoro has beon no protection for tho  homo consumer, dospito protests whioh  Hon. Hldnoy Fishor refused to not, upon.  Hon, Martin liurroll has given tho  mutter his personal nttontion and linn  giv������M������ ordnm to nearly double tho sfnlT  of inspectors, and every eU'ort will bo  mado to ho'j that fruit sold to tho homo  market is up  to tho high standard of  1  Cauadiau fruit exported to Grout Bil-  tiitu and in not fiudulmitly packed and  graded.   O. W. Uaxtor,   of Ottawa, an  . .... ..h1. *l..4-������-<���������������.        0������V> r. mirmtf\m   thnt ���������������������-, I     .    .       .������������������ I... .,'.,  ,,, .,. ..., . , ., a    ,,...,������>       l...,-.     i.^a..  ua,u4������iu. ^������.w.��������� mm. ~..             m ��������� ' j UAi.u</U',.n..,   1,1.,..^.......l    ......!,     .lMw     Ii..C1J  have adoptiSd for Mecuring oat  hav  for | ,(I,ui��������� f,|,j���������f iUKpnotor fo.- tlio wont with  many yearn and And to be tno bost under favorable   conditiom* horo in tins  hoadriuartorH in Wiuuipog.   In Ontario  the number of iimpootors bus boon doub*  (Continued from Page 1)  called for deeper study in the work.  Dr. White, Superintendent of Methodist Misssons in B. 0., spent two  days at the School, preaching on  Thursday and advising with the work  of the Financial District meeting.  A paper oh Church Problems was  given by Rev. Fred L. Carpenter of  Creston dealing with- several problems  the most important of which were,  (a) The .attitude of the pulpit to the  present day interpretation of tlio  Scriptures, (b) The Materalism that  has enteaed into the life of tho church  (c) The amusement question, .(d) The  present social condition and, last the  better supervision of fcho work on the  part of tho President of Conference  and Chairman of District, and this  may bo brought about by longer term  of olllco and roloaso from pastoral  chat go during term of oillce.  The meeting that will probably ro-  main longest in tlio memory ol! tlio  workers was on Friday night, aflior  tho regular meeting. All remaining  gathered around tho big camp Uro as  things wero settling for tho night,  about 10 o'clock when llov. Smith suggested an bxporionco mooting. Each  ono told whoro tho hucooss of his lil'o  lay and bin purpono for tho futuvo.  Tho mooting did not break up until  midnight and it was con-idoioil by all  to bo Uiu tuobL, valuable .sorviru of all.  Tho Chairman of tho Pinti-ic*, pi-o-  Hided at, all tho meetings. The annine-  uioiitn consisted of boating, ball, hill  rliiuliiiig, i>n1i-i!nr-: i-IiooHn'- .-mil ;i  mock trial. Every ono had n plcns.uit  tlmo.  Tho olllcors for tho school of HUM nic  pi'OHidont, llov, .1. F. Dumi'riek, clm.ii*-  niaii of ilisti'ict ami pastor of l'\riii,:  cliuroli; Hooi'otai'y, llov. W. E. Duiin-  bam ol'tlio (,'ranhiToolc church, llov.  (hii'i'oy ami Kov.   ("arpoiiior ami   Me,  ilil!   .il    ( U-ii i,In link    ,iil,l    iil.liii,-,    u,i,  olooloil inoiiiboi'H of the oxooutivo,  A larger bigger and hotter. Nuiiiinor  i It is said that an fone can be an  editor, says tbe National Weekly? - Aii  an editor has to do is to sit at his desk  sis days in the week, four weeks of the I  month, and twelve mditths of the year,  and ������������������'edit'? such stuff as this:  Mrs. Jones, of Lost .Creek, let a can  opener slip last week and cut herself in  the pantry.  A mischieous lad of Math'erton threw  a stone aud struck s companion in the  alley lafet Tuesday.     -  John Doe climbed on the roof of his  house last week looking for a leak, and  fell, striking himself on the back porch.  While Harold Green was escorting  Miss Violet Wise honie from a church  social Saturday night, a savage dog attacked them aud bit Mr. Green on the  public square.  Isaac Trimmer was playing with a  cat on Friday when it scratohed him on  the veranda.  Mr. White, while harassing a broncho  last Saturduy was kicked -just Bouth of  the cornorib.   B _Ra HA-   *J������ii___  b_j������ mr-mu *9M _9~S *_ S Bisafl   . r___-^*  ���������������-��������������� is  ibiIbb ������^r a n & a h a u te*^  SS -" ta  S-*.A_4*������   *u* m vi ������_-go-   H-K Ti  ** m B  STOR**! B*   ^.T lii_*   iiU������U ^ llgy   i I UUUQIUUII.dP1  r  ��������� isaa  port of th������ oountry Uto allow tho outs | led, whllo the nambor of iuspooton ia | School ih being planned ior ii'bi,  Unharnessed Power  Professor R. P. Baker of Okanagan  College and Rov. King pastor of Baptist church of Nolaou, spout Tuesday  anil Wednesday in Creston working  in tho in tores t of tiio college. A number oi-young pooplo will probably attend the school from hero.  Rov, King in a spi-uoli made at tho  Methodist social Tuesday evening,  compared a capable, yot uulonruoil  and untraiuod poison with tho miliar,  no-molt power of l bo mountain streams  or of Niagra, "young pooplo with a  oollogo training aro a greater uH-ot* to  uiLiitMlit. Mian all ilm imiviir to "on oh-  liiltiod ft-nin lt,H vivoi'H," he'sald.  Okanagan College Ih situated at  SurwiHH'laiu!, B. C, with a faculty of  oluvoii iiiombofH, TI, supplies coiirHOu  in Cornineroiitl, Aciuloniio, Musical and  Univei'ttity Work.  ��������� rnnoui, ^mu Kiiniuii with poultry  wire Iu li ft, 1 ft and C ft., widths at  Bpoors' store.  No Man Can Ever Hope to Be������ ^  come Rich on Wages Alone   mZ  Small investments are the only way that men  of moderate means have of making money outside  their regular occupption.  Basy terms allow ptacticalW anyone to purchase lots in places which, the finger of progress  points out as coming cities.  Today You Have an Opportunity to Invest  That May Never Come Again  FORT FRASER*���������the coming city of certainties offers you a chance to realize large profits on  a small investment.  Just figure it out for  yourself.    Fort  Fraser is  ^^tZ-. the natural  centre of a vast country of unlimited  2ggs possibilities.        ���������    ^S     Nature  made  necessary  a large city ��������� at. .tfort jjjjp*  Fraser when  she  centered fertile valleys at this J3f^  ������*r  pom';. - - .  ���������jun     And when the railroad arrives  early next  year  there  is   going  to be a demand  for  property  in  Fort Fraser  that will put  these  prices to at  least w  double their present level. ������i?  And the Terms  $10.00 clown and #10.00 a month will secure a Scf*  lot in Fort Fraser.    Prices run from $ioo up, *^Z.         These are about the easiest terms imaginable, ISp*  36i terms that every one can meet without trouble.      gBacJ  An illustrated booklet about Fort Fraser ca������ be &%^  had from us that will prove of intense interest to ���������y*-5������  to you,    Get one today.  BS  5ii Dominion Stock & bonu9-worpM  ^g Limited  *pLm Vancouver, JB. C#  ^teton Vata Investment Co..S  -3351  hgun 10 liiu  uiuoiuiiunu uio&bbui.^^  M1III B&lliMlil Zm\mwm*m%m\B%%%Wti  ' -n.v.y\^.Vii\)-i'u\).v\>\)j)i/'i\)Di/1������ v  ������***t-~A ���������  mm  vm*ssa  mmmmmxmmmmmmmxmm  mmm  lilllfiiitta  ii_'g_Jt_^i^'^W-iff**'J'  mm  IgSg^fc; 3E^������Sfi!fe**S  ���������s^^^MMS.^Mw^^M^MM^^^^^WS  ���������V:K^'fc3*vi3������s Si";  THE   OBEBT053   BEyB������W-,    DEESTOem,  S  ���������  i iiUi -ni pic 1I'liii   l il i ������'i 1  W. H.^oHrSOSs,  Proprietor  Location Of Garden Of Eds?0  8  i  THE   HOME  OF   THB  TRANSIENT  OOMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel   is  one  of  the  ��������� a. r  best'    known    and     popular  Hotels  in  the  Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  ���������up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best: brand  of goods.  Cre  C-_"/T_  aKm^da  W NO Na&MES USED WITHOUT Vr-UTTEN CONSENT.  Confined to His Horn������ for ������?eeks������  ������������������Heavy ���������wori*;, severe straining and evilbaMta in youth brought on  Varicose VemB. When I woi-ted hard the acluiie -woaid become  severe and I was often laid up for a week nt a time. My family  phyhiciau told me aa operation was my only hope���������but I dreaded it.  I trjed soveitU specialists, but soon found out all t  money.   I Commenced to lcok uponi" "  ttiey were square and skillful. I wrote theai and got The New  Method Treatment. My progress was somewhat, slow and durinrj  the finst mouth's treatrncat I was some-'ist discouraged- However.  I continued treatment for three months longer and was rewarded  HAS  YOUI.   B1_0@������   m\EBH   DSSSASSEP?  BLOOD POISONS are the most prevalent and most serious diseases. They sap the  very life blood of tho victim and unless entirely eradicated from the system will cause  serious complications. Bewarq of Mercury. It may suoDress tiio syj_-atoms���������our NE W"  METHOD cures all blood diseases. " " m  YOUNG OR MIDDLE AGED MEN.���������Imprudent acts or later excesses have broken M  de-.-.'syc-^irsysteii- You feci tho symftems stcs-lia**; over vou. Jfentally, physically and H  vitally yottoreaot the manyou used to be or should be. Willyouheed the danger signals?  S If  ���������*���������������   No mittor wlio hns tren-ted you, -vrfr������ for an honest o������'-aibaF?s'ecJ?Cfes!rss.  fig ct Books Free���������"_*oj'hood: J_anhooa, JTatiior-hcod.'''   (Illustrated) oa Diseases of Men.  fi NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT. PRIVATE. Nombwi on  ������f! fc������w-_ or -r>-*e*loi>os. JEv<srythinsr Confidential, Qaesiioa IStt aad Cast of Tsastmaj-tt  ������*g   FRE������FQ-^KOl4aETKEA"������r,l__-AT.  S Ink .       V.4FS>_kBM  |      Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswoiq Si- Detroit,,Mich,  i*m ms  less a s  ^^ _M_ __l i__ _F__ s__a  All letters from Ca_a_anmstbe addressed Eg  "ST^'gfS'^ . il^S. to our Canadian Correspondence Depart- if  w ment in Windsor. Out.* If you desire to ���������a  Sir "William WilleooksT tee greatest  i-  living authority en Mesopotamia, oiaiffl  sd, at & recent- "-jesting oi fcho 'Royal  Geographical sooiety, So have discovered the approximate position of the  Garden of Ednen. As the most famous  modern explorer ia that historic region,  his conclusions have excited considerable interest. Ka explained very fally  she reasons that led him to the belief  that the Garden of Eden was situated  on the Uppar Eughratea, between Anak  and Hitt.  Per csni-arics the theatre of the ftrpt  intensely human drama recorded lias  been in dispute.   Jtwas generally eon-  .KJaJ A.1...A.       I.h ������M1.n^..l..Hl.        .���������T4A���������       *,*.  UUUCU       Diilttt     AWX ������4-C_������-V���������VO       y,mmm    xmx  some portion of the valleys of the Tigris  sad Euphrates. A*i old legend speaks  of the Garden having been destroyed  by "the dragon _o������ the Euphrates," a  poetical allusion, iti, has been assumed,  to the terrific floods that diverted tbe  course of the river-bed. Sir William  Willcocks proposes to restore fcho home  of oar first parents by controlling the  waters of the Tigris and Euphrates wiih  dyke and barrage. To restore Babylonia, he says, -without thousands' of cap.  tives weeping by its watei'a.the Eupkra-  tae, aud if possible the Tigris, must be  provided with escapes Tlie first Sir  William has found to be comparatively  . (To be continued)  .  -cnn-rcaay  i  f*N \ v**2"* Tallwri Salts  sst-   --^4?-   OOia-at-the������������-"_?-��������������� ���������wiyirHRJa  --W^-* C������_a-*Mh������_84_i^_S_es������_a;e_  Send fcr i*mi>!M of >z������ "juag't uwir  serge sad $25 Britsiaa less, -lea tftm  boat.       ' '  Ac- tbe clothier la'roes towudwA-  direct���������Semi-ready, Llatod, ManMal.  O. Fred Johnston. Ferule, B. C.  8*5* ���������**k��������� fAAA���������4IJM������^>JJ1���������������rjKBffga  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see arid treat  no patient**, in "our "Windsor offices which ore for Correspondence and  I/aboratory lor Canadian business -only.** Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, WindM-, Out.  llL^-Writo for out private address. *���������  Teaches everything that n bookkeeper  or stenographer needs to know and in  as short titne as is consistent with  thorou^lmess.  INDIVIDUAL iNSTRUCTlON  POSITIONS FOR GRADUATES  Large Faculty of specialists. Complete  equipment. Expenses reasonable. Fall  term begins September 3.   "Write for  free illustrated catalogue.  H. C. BLAIR, Principal  Spokane, -        - Washington  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  NORTH-  WEST MIKING REGULATIONS  COAL���������Coal mining rights may be leased  for twenty-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of Si an acre. Net more than 2,560 ac.  res can be leased to ont-t applicant. Royalty  Qve cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  the tract must be staked out by the appll  or.nl in person, aad personal application to  the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion Land  tor lhe district must in all cases be made and  the rental for tbe first year must be paid to  the agent within thirty days aftiM* ffltD'j'  application  QUARTZ���������A person eighteen years of age  and over, having made a discovery may locate a claim 1,500 feet by 1,500. Fee, 35. At  least $100 must be expended on the claim  each year or paid to the Mining Recorder  When $300,0 has been expended or paid and  other requirements compiled witb, tbe claim  may he purchased at $1 an acre.  PLACER. MINING* CLAIauS are 800 feet  long and from 1,000 to 2,000 feet wide. Kntry  fee $.->. Not less than 8100 must be expended  In developement woW_ each yea**.  DREDGING.���������Two leases ol five miles each  ���������������* a river may be issued to one applicant for  /> term ol 20 years. Kental. $10 a mile per an-  nur.i. Royalty. 2% percent after tbe output  exceeds SIO.OOU,  W. W. CORY  Deputy Minister of the Ibterio  mr; ���������   '  % NOW IS THE,TIME TO MAKE YOUR TRESS  S  CtimmAf   Qfiit-inc-*   HUd TtllilHtUSI?   1  ������-     4to4������M_._,_.H������JB-^'il m.     m   )M.---B-^       ������5*o.xiA.������a.       a.   aMm.mm.mx-.m.xx������jg^       ye  sit-vs'is  ^___������ltiiitf:  ���������4,  _  OKANAGAN and KENT County Experience. |  ff  BOX 42, Creston Undc Experts of 'Beth> Sections   |  V31x������*+4-mm3*r    t^ax*4-*xmxia.���������a   >_Vv������a   Mam I ���������>  __fB^rt_<i,'������ m%*   K^^t-cB.xra^K    _-v������   ATAS-ntii  t*nQRnmrmQi restores every nerve io ihe body g g  "..Tr ,���������?*,'**'" i " to its proper tension; restores ~'  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at once. S*ho_p"honol will  make you a new man. Price SB a box. or two for  it5. -failed |o any address. "SThaSooB-SIS-its  Co.. St* CatnATlneti. Ont.  NOTICE  Nelson Laud District���������District of West  Kootenay  St-=5"_3.S������**iS  s_-___iwi^-  Take notice that I, Gay Lowenberg,  of CfeBtoa, B, C, ooeapation, ag-at, ia  tends to apply /or permission to purchase the following described lands;  Commencing at a point; on the east  f boundary of lot 9269 about 20 chains  north from its southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chains west 20 chains  north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing  120 acres  more or less.  &nj Lowenberg,  Doted May 10,1912. Applicant.  Dr. de Varans Fci__--Io Pills  A reliable French regulator; never fails. These  pills are exceedingly powerful ia regulating the  generative portioa oi tne female system. Re?U_e  all cheap iniitatioaf. _*r. d������ *5*sb _ are sold at  85 a box. or three ior $10. Mailed to any address.  *n������������ Soobell D-nie Co.. St. Catiu&rlnei,. Ont.  A  S  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  LSmksd  CRESTOk       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOB-  V Cr*t.;        &U-Vl-Ori**.  -������-vt>.ii. it y-xlAT'Tr*'/-v-������.-r  ��������� _st _S^_2_,  iiii  -*_*  ^V  ��������� % ���������  ���������JaA-  V9P  ,5k*4  __!_  s -���������T_,PB%ijra_������������_  ri irififi-aiix  _������ ���������   o k_*iifli_r-'_ii_  T   n       ������������������ >.X      1.^.^ to,, m* *M  mm .������������������ ������������������ . bfi    W, ^~*-      ^t^v-  t__:j_WS'- ���������__?__'''_' - B:ia'G__''B_.-;<-ysL'-  5_: _ ������  "  fi_ ������"^*������ B     BM^  ____r^  '^-)&Bxtttmann'SL*ji->r*_iJ*Ti!\ w _n  ieaaas^5sga������s������s.*s&j  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Mrs. Bathic and daughters returned  lo Cranbrook. Sunday after a stay of  9 wefeks on their ranch which is known  as the Uloverdale Ranch.  J. J. Grady has been busy this week  packing his goods and chattels foi; removal to Alberta, where he intends  to reside in tho future. Mr. Grady  has dono a good deal to help Duck  Creek and we are sorry lo see him depart from us.  , - Paul Olt'nermade-a'.business trip-to  Crestoii Tuesday.  ; .G.-'SI, Benney waa down. Tuesday on  a tour of inHpeetioii ot tlio roads anil  bridges in this vicinity.  Make hay whilotho sunshines-, is the  ordor of tlio day.     llaystacku 'thoso  days aro growing .like- tlio prpverbial  -  innsln'ooni.,  Wo learn by acddoiit Mutt soino of  tho government ottlolals at Creston,  havo at their (HHponal,- black loaf J'oi'y  tlio piirpoHO ol'-dtMtrilm.tion among tho  riuii'hoi'H, ll' thlH Ih oomiot why is it  not inivde publioly known.  JiIIhi; (.iilihi. and MIhm f,ii,mout wore  viHl't'tfirri at Duck Creek Sunday ami  wove greatly itiii>i������.'nijiiil with what  .thoy muv in the dint riet,  Consumers Tailoring Co., who is making a tour of the west iu the ^iuterests  of his agents stopped off a day in Tahk  and called on the local agents there,  Messrs McLrod aud Harrison.  On Saturday last a party of five  went to Meadow Creek lake on a fish-  in** trip 'about ten miles from Yahk  and returned again Sunday with about  twenty pounds each of the speckled  beauties. Tlioy report Ashing good at  tlie lake but experienced some difficulty in getting over the trail which is  over the mountain And pretty well  filled lip,,  NOTICE TO CONTRATORS  vii  iii  ^MmWkWa^m^WmWimWim^^imk  Bi  %J  UBS  ������_  w  American Inrush Continues  -YAHK ITEMS'  M. jMrLeiid tlio lu-icUwuii merchant  wnn in Yahk on IiuhIih'hh tho Mv.it cf  tUn week ni.d i'()iuvi|i'il bouu1 again im  ^ ������������������<ll|i',-.i,.i.> .,   i������i....,L liUUUll.  Mi.    UJiivki'ord,   riiniingrr  for the iuorouuluglavaluo,  Calgary, Alio. ���������An influx of not less  than half a'"million Americans per an-  i mui iuto Cauiida for the noxt five years  Is the prodlotlon being ireely diroulaiod  by woll infornicdaufchontioo in thit? part  of tho West iu view of recently announced raiiway oonstrnotiou programmes  and development plans of tho leading  Wostorn oltioB.   Tho problem of houa-  ������������������ ,        ���������**, i  lug tho now population continues a Hor-  lioiiH one in viow of tho Inru-h. Tho  oomenb shorfcago, howovor, la nob proving a Horloiirj obsfcnolo to baildln_ opuru-  tions, and many uoiv residonoofl and  sUiro buUdiiigB are in ooiuso of oonHtrwo-  tlon.   Rocoat oil, pan and nlny devolcpr  j innnin In thin se'otion Imvo bnjun to om-  phnHiKO Onlgary's fntnro as a manufacturing and Industrial ooutro; although  tho pbRflibllltleii for lucrative prolltB in  real oatato arb not being ovorloykod.  Sixteen miillonairoH aro now numborod  among Onlgary'n oltlzono, and tho ma-  joriry of (lie hIxIkuii urn huKI lo Imvo ox-  toutavu iand homings wnicti are eteudiiy  School, Canyon City.  SEALED TENDERS, super-.eribed  ���������"Tender for School-honse.Oonyon City"  will be received by the Honourable the  Miuibter of Public Works up to 13 o'clock noon of Wedneeday, the 7th day of  August, 1912, for the erection and completion of a small one-room frame  school-house^ at Canyon City, in the  Ymir Electoral District, R. O.  Plans, specifications, contract, and  forms ot tender may be seen on and after the 17th day of July, 1912, at the,  office of A.D. Poohin, Esq., Secretary  of the Sohool Board, Erickson, B, 0.,(  the Goyernment Agent, NelRon, B. O.,  and the Department of Public Wor_s,  Pu>*3lament Buildings, Vtotoria.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank ohe^ne or certificate of dopoalto on a chartered bank of  Canada, made payable to the  Honourable the MluiBter of Public Works,  for  the sum of $200, whioh shall bo fort eitod  if tho par";y tondoring deollno to entor  into contraofc when called upon to do bo,  or if ho fall to oomplotp t<Il������ work oon-  traotod for.   Tho ohoqnos or cortiflcatos  of deposit of uuuuuooBaful toudororo will  b������ rntnrned to them upon the exeontion  of tho contract.  , Toudoru will not bo considered uuIcbo  mado out on the fomiN sunplled, nloriind  with tho notnal nlgnatnre of the tonder-  _r, auu ou-iuauu iu tin* cnvolojje.H fu������-  nishod.  Tho lowoHt orauy tender wot nooosBfir-  lly aoooptod,  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public Worlia Eu������*lnoo*:.  T*ir������j-('������'*'mn������it; om PnbUe World*,  Vlotorla, B. 0., July lBtb, 1918.  \l>  ��������� 111.** ��������� ������������������  UfflliiT  ?���������;���������-__-in  41,  J!-  get  to  #__;  r/mmmmmmmm?m  -  XT.X  es*  a\ *  to  .ir  to-  to  to  to  to  to  w  im>:  r;f?  Mr. Rancher! Mr   Businessman!!  l&$rtt'mmM._     _���������-  ������������������'X-^w-un&mgBmxJm  mmm���������  fieo  vniip  y  hiicjnpvf'  UUOII1U-JU  hy   hai/inn noaf  mj  iili.iiili   a^wa  H  imi  \i/  \ii  ito  **,****���������  191  Office  HJL^jjjUL*  F  ^te'its^iiti  (Dm JTl������lai8������i!ii  v*/  .    s\_V>.    v.*   w.. ._������.-������^ . *������-.*������������������*. -*������*,.-���������������*, ��������� *h������_^.o������wma.���������?������>���������������������M_h��������� *^MHk.--iMM.,. ���������*������*ik.-^^ . !������_r������A. -*������i������k������'t-'spk.****������������ia1 . rapi     SB-v.��������� ___ >m>*mY  ****-?t. ^***> r.*gffff rf** j<tf<������_  jmmmmmmmmm mmm*fmi������mmt nmmmm mum ivw ,������i pi: ������������mmw ,-w,������ ^mmmmrnm^fs,. ^w-������|y.wag ,^r^;.������-w������_ ���������---������_        -mmm.      __-~i_- ������  p������ year  Wti  m  ������������������������*���������-.  to  to  to  /���������j\  m  to  to  to  4>������>' W  ���������������������������'.������������������I*.''-  to  to  to  m  ^���������-������������������vs-a  Eb'9-'A'I-,5  :mmt  'i  WZm  ,i;IS:H��������� f  .'���������'������-*i'-5t:l  *.������:-������ii  i^vc  mm  titiM  i'.i.'ii  , ��������� 3  Y-l.-'!t;  ��������� -ti&i  **WW*ll���������l������Hlll'l>IM<HIIIII������l ������l  _: j,w..,-.;   i..ii������������ii1i������������i. I llll i���������������_A_4W .llll   .il������n������M������������������������_���������  .. V.'  !..fflJi"'."'n^-u'.-"l**."^".'A.  ,L|i!ftliM*������'M'l'fflB!_!ll'!li*J*!l!"������'*  -1-'-1 "'J.'-,.i.,.!.'_.!_ OTi|E:: ;??::lJ141ilSTt) W.: ?Y|ti!i|fiJSW,,  C?M������??1������^  *-"*r^>3.-MKM'-Y--Y,~;^^  ivilii  She sat around in dainty frocK  A^nd   proudly heli  She was the owner of the flock,  v>-ut she produced no bread.  :f II^RMjmOIIAL FLY IH  Prevents the Tremendous  less from Flies  VUc*i cost itw .Tnrmom nf Canada miUlnrts of  tTMlar*:it_utill������l'y nitrn^llnatliocrcvrlhoriaUoiilng  . oi iitiiiiiula Mii.lT-y f-nKiliy rwlui-liitf tlie i>xc*tui;iiuii ���������������������"  ta ;t liyuoRiiuinvlyriniio.rlnijtlii- anlmalsaJlsumracr.  K.c.ry fnmu-r or sto<:'.:raiMr knows tlila -.Uitomeni  to l>������ true from h'.3 cv.-ii exiicrleiite.  Fll^s al3-> ran"! ft Brc\t loss of Ufa I-**: Rprr-dlng  "-*ril-4j������*K-s f:-���������m fana to fimn. "l:,tcr*in.tliiiial Vly  ���������T,V:,y"vr;"l*ic.-j Hil-s eff your nnlrrwU sad (-'.vo theia  T-rri-ct rust J-mm t'x-se pvilifci.iiis iusoct-v which  v;li miiXc y������n imrn i.ion.y l:i a largorproduction of  mtUe Ot _u-ii quicker Growth Of Ml animals, a  ���������'.SAVE-TOUR-STOCK \  j   ���������       . Ey Using'  ! -:''"*������"?*������,3'"!'''iir".ii     rj tf   urtylf  I It is  V f'tiwly (juircintrrd to t>a tfToetir-i in  |   _livir-- Aw,:y 1-jiv-. M.i.nuitoa. ������*l<i ofclu-r lu*������W  I   wuUii vci'ij-uncko:'! r"du.'Otlie'.r������-.irJ!in^i-'iiK>v';y.  ltMivn'_u-N4t >th.lj4.r.iii.lsi.in nml will bo fcaul  ���������peirort'y ��������� saliJUctory   \vli_,   use4   accyrilln^    Ua  djixeti, ���������ii**. ������"���������'"'  . \.'r. phi-o fur t-.v^nty yiv,rq of ir'-ntalloM Iwlc of  OU4T llOa.l.Vli > ���������'..���������.rilllt.-IJ.  m un������BHana;;cLST0AU*.roasEa.������_i.isA*,TS55s������! g  ������_> KB  Ho. 7_       -  The   Day  of the Suffragette  Are you an instructed delegate?  I should say so.  How were you instructed?  Ey my wife before I left home.  How to Begin  What is the first ste-j toward rem  edying the discontent of the masses'  The first step, replied the energetic  campaigner, is to-get out arid make  speeches to prove to them how discontented they are.���������-Washington  Star. '.'..- "?--'?? ��������� ?    '  A Great Record for Both  ~Tv*e drivon my car for over a year  nbwy?said Bilkins, and I've neyer run  u''���������"���������'���������   ���������:���������. " "...'iy:' .?*������������������-���������'.:'. .': .-' ti-';:'-.-..-.-,''���������-:  YThat'c nothing, said Mrs. Billikinsi  I've attended -the meetings -of Youi?  Se-syiug circle.for five years and have  nev<ei\rua down anybody.���������-Harper's;  Weekly.  ;- ��������� [y":.Z ���������    "     '.. ?Y- :-?v?  L������--������sraB!-������i,  j&Zsmxrz  -^K^w.-^s^^j'sfl-iivjj^jtii;  W-'M?  ^������������������:ZA%^^yksi$^IM.  ���������-.-��������� A" :,.;*s^^!ia-#.Vs->-----..-:.-V',-':''  m^imzyimtiti^iti  ?������st������Pi?  -nmtu-f.iv.1 ^asa_  :mtz  ^Another Form of Senatorial Coortesy  ??In addition to studying ^railroad  rates, the question of high living; and  .the tariff, -Senator John M;.: Dixon];ti$fi  Montana, has been a student of the  general subject of ghosts. Jiist before he came to Washington to begin,  his service in the Seriate, he was told  by a 'bad man'' of Montana, ?wh6?had;  1 been condemned to death, that spirits could return to this earth from?tbe  otier world. ' ?   v?'-->''??': ry  '���������������������������;:������������������ At midnight,"of- the day tnat I?am  hanged, said-, the-'murderer,;-.- I will  knock at your front door in order to  ;prove to  you .that ghosts  can  come  ���������UilCiv . .-'"���������.'':'':.' 'Z  -- '-.���������.--  Ou the midnight, in-question? Dixon:  was rutins up in his Washington  home courteously waiting to see what  ������������������would happen, tor !<h*?....man's.- tnaimer  had iirpressor him 'greatly.' The  senator was about to go to -bed?when,  he remembered that there is a difference of three hours between Washington and Montana time. So 'he waited up three hours longer, but again  '{received no. visit/  ;The only thing I wish 1 had establish ed, said Pixbn, afterward, was  -by what time the affairs of the other'  ;v;orM :u'e .conducted-.  in  Dad 4,oins  The daughters'-of the household, ar-  nit siiffirasist8?*,vore talking politics.  country.  New modern' plant of E. W. Gillett Company'Limited,'"'.Toronto; Ont., consisting  of sixbuildings, 'with ..three!: Railway sidings and separate office building.  the  ae-  'SnS^is'-".-"J*i*'  ALBERT OJLLiiiGE  BEI-LEV1LVE     :     J    -     OlVTAHi;  "Over oOOatujScrttiseiiroSled  anmia!ls-~  .31 _. V������r Viluai. ate������_ C_������������sn������la*j- stdds-ess  (, PRl?%CtPA_ DYER, Q. Ow- ���������  Y*JitK  n;^g-,v^;3,ar.,v..-3-aa.i3  WMti.  ntST AUD HEALTH TO MOTHER ARD SHtlS.  MBS.WiK3I.OW'5 SOOTHliiO ST=cr bis b*es  "���������Kd for over SIST2?������B.ft.RS tsv MIWIONS ������  WOTHBKS lor their CHIIJ&RKN WKIUi  'fEETHING.  with   PERFECT   SUCCESS.     tt  ���������Ar.tAVaaU PAIS ; CCBRS WlEiD COi.iC. ������a������������   I  I  is the b������jit remedy for ZJlASRHCEA.    It is eto> - i I  sciutciy iiJirTnleSs.   S������ sure a������������i ss's *Te? ***=5xs,   I  "Wlmlow'B 8<v3thing S>Tup,%* aad take w* o*������*d   \  IsiaA.   T-w������������ty-five cents a bottltt. .[  TBE'ALBERTA'HOTELj  715 MAIN ST., WlNNiPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 perday  '"^BHSr-se  i, --=-V,T\. ,1V  den  ?��������� Taf   will., sweep  iclareil Mabel. ���������?."'?��������� -.'.'  .���������;;-'-;"-\Villson will sweep the country, as-  aerted  Maud.  -?YRoosevelt." will   sweep the  country,  .'averved Margaret.  At this point dad took a hand.  ?  Never   mind  about  who's  going  to  sweep the country, said he..  "WI  going to sweep this here kitchen.  That's the question now .'���������Louisville  Courier-Journal.  _  ������ **aV   T-a ��������� __^'���������_--J. ' .   cl*'..^'^  ���������Jjiuu i\t-waiu, ^������uy������  ���������".-i'^^tljV.^^  rj3&jr/&*.-  Sifpis^/ /���������4a���������"'/oV7 ���������   -'\'-'*4'  J     l.'*<5&LlJA/������:  \\fitfLmO'ti&  S^^^SSFu'^'X^    '        ti':: tisS-'J..  CSniPfil^i/        A^/  ; ThP readers of this paper lylll bo pleased to learn  'that there Is at least one dreaded disease that Rcioiice  ihais been able to care In.all its staRea, and that Is  tXtarrh.   Hall's Cutarrh  Cure  la; the only  positive  .wire now known to the medical Irat������rnlly.     Catarrh  : beinc a conatltutioaal  illscaBe. .requires a  conetltu-  i-4ionai treatment.    Hall's Catarrli Cure Is taken m-  I ternallv. act'ac Ulroctly upon the blood and mucous  ���������,- j-.urtfices   of   the   system,   thereby   deatrdyinir   tho  :Vk 'I Sittndatloti  of   the dliease,  ii id  plvlni? the  patiem;  itrenKth by buiUlln*? up the constitution and assisting nature In Colne; Its work.. The proprietors liavo  a> iiiu<*h faith tn Its curative powers that they offer  One Hundred Dollars Tor any  case, that it tails to  <ure.   Send for list of testimonials  Addn-ss F. J. CHKNEY & CO , Toledo. O.  fl  Sold bv all DruEEists. 75c.  Taie Hall's Fauilly Pilts for cbastipatloss.  have a true  safety  base  head,   witn   sOent    tie- ;   Will  heyer explode ?if Y:;Stepi>(ed^?on.  '���������;titi:-: Eddy's-; 'Kateh������8: haT������ * satleaed p������ariY-^YYY'-Y,  - ?-:idiah������ sinca iSBl-^-accept no;: oth������r������i.--;;;?.,:'-;;?:  ;t^������?���������|.B|':idi|y;:;-fe^  ytiti^-ti^titi^ix^  ���������������������������-���������:���������'^���������^i^iW^&  ^^^m&m^M^m^^^ss  Direct Testimony  Judgj Aukam, presiding?in'the?pb-  lice court of the city of Washington,  . not long ago had? as witriess before  'him a man who stammered,;the afElic-  m  !  Cuisine unexceiisc:  Hot and cold water In every room  Hotel   practically ��������� Fireproof  Aii  Outside  Rooms  It is a long time since Londori?spent such a huppy day as the wild rose  festival on June 2o brought with it.     It wra*i the happiest of-womanly ideas ..   to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the day when Queen Alexandra.first-| tlon be'ng a sort of intermittent affair  set foot on English soU by a gigantic fete of the wild rose, her majesty's I The witness would istutteiYfrightfully  favorite flower, in aid of the hospitals, which it has been her constant?ca.re j through two or three sentences, and  and chief delight to beueSt.      The-result'.-of the   day's   sales   was   about  $150,000.  .. tiZ-ti-  '"���������?Y??.-???^Criticism   ';  I am going to put some white in  the yoke. said;, the young !a.dy, referring to her gown.  vvon't iiiat.dcramble it? enquired the  -younjg man. ���������Chicago Tribune.  SITUATIONS VACANT  Voung men  placed in positions as  "Telegraphers,    Freight    and      Ticket  ���������ClerltH just as fast as we can prepare'  them.    Railway Officials endorse our  -System because    our   instruction    is  ������������������apecial.y  prepared.      Day������-and   Mail  KjourseB.    Write for    Free    Book 19.  ^Dominion    School    Railroading,    To,-  ronto.  The Company She Kept  A "Boston couple, of middle age and  "kind hearts, spent theli" vacation  neiir AugUBta, Georgia, and during  thoir visit took a groat fancy to an  ���������old colored woman. When they loft  ���������Augusta, they invited her to pay thom  -a. visit, which she accepted with the I  ���������undoH'tandlnF; that they were to pay  Sjoi" cixpcnsoR.  ���������Tl'ivJng R'Tlved In Boston, sho was  Igiveii a room In tho hous-o of the  whitiV folks, and was invited to have  Iter nioaUi at the same table with her  'cost mid  hour our.  Mra Jones, said the hostess, you  w ne a slave, weron't. you?  Ivlrs. .Tones replied that such had  been  hop condition  of  servitude.  I suppose your mastor never invited  _on to eat at. his table, hazarded the  ���������RrivitoT woman  "No, honey, dut bo didn't, replied j  Mra. ,,i)ih.*h. M- murster was a Ken-.  YJeinar.. Ue ain't never let no nip:- J  ���������ffar set ot. tho table longstde of him. j  then would sail through Ttwo or three  more v/ithout hesitation. : This i interested the judge greatly, and -finally  h * asked the witness:  My good inan, when do you "stutter  most?   ���������,.'..-.'���������'.'������������������   -.,  Well; Your Honor, replied the afflicted man, I do it most-when I'm  t-t-talk'.rig.  Pa> what's sarcasm?     ?  YPasting a 'Shake' well before taking'  silpron.-.a bottle of ague;cure.^-gatire.  Jack- -Fred has a snap, but ^ia's  foolish ��������� to continue abusing his privileges. . ^-    .  Tom���������That's bo!      It takes mighty |  little to make a sinecure insecure.���������  Boston Transcript.  .^e.iTthe.sbes'S^ guar*  ariteed to give ybu "satisfaction. Afe  all dealers? or? seridYus 25 cents stating style: snd?siae required.  The Arliri^ofi Go<i^ pj Canada, Ltd.,  :.- ���������; >;5S;-Fi*aser;. Aye.?:  ^���������U.i.'^'^.X^ '    f\mX   .  I  U.'UIIAU,     WIL"  Minard's'  Liniment  Cures   Garget   in  Cows  A train which left "Bolivar in South  America, for a neighboring town  three years ago has just arrived. The  distance covered was "120 kilometres  and the reason for the delay was a  storm which derailed the. train, killed  most of the passengers, and ripped  up such a goodly portion of ihe railway lir.2 that the company owning it  was forced into bankruptcy. About  six months ago an American engineer undertook the reconstruction of  the, road, and brought the long-delayed train to the point for which it originally started.  The Churcfvand the Woolly West  Bishop William C. Doane, of the  Protestant Episcopal Diocese, of Albany, New York, follows the English  fashion of his church and signs his  name William, of Albany.  Doane, I wish you'lived in Buffalo  instead of Albany, be was told one  day by Bishop Potter, of New York.  Why do you wish that? asked William of Albany.  Y  Because, replied Potter, .then we  could call you Buffalo Bill.  to  a  After You Leave Office  Breathe deeply.      ' -  -   You need clean���������air.  It will malte vou .over.  Especially  if" you " are  done  frazzle.  -*iou should use your, lungs to- refresh you.  Tako the air-bath as fretiuently as  you would that of water and soap.  You will find it as refreshing as a  drink of milk or a dip in salt water.,  ���������Kansas City star.  If a man doesn't have to get. down  "to worlc early ho would just as noon  tlo it.  Naughty  Beware of ciphers, oh my son,  ll   IK   il   Hiimi    Willi   blUK*>.  "For they are objoct.fi you nhould slum.  Thoy aro  real    naughty    tliltign.���������  "���������Clnoiumitl Enquirer.  One li  Ml'elng  rllnw    l������,     l-l.p     JnI ,, ������.     1..^.^.^  love:  ���������or Wllsou's descent from un Ir!unman  named McWllliam. He is nlno bo-  lluveil  to  ho  ditHi'1-.'iided, from   <i  .;>������:ot  h'uu.ni     . ,* ;m ��������� .'. ,-ci i. U,.        .i        -jith(*!jii,.-i!i  named Voudremi, and a Rnrmiui  ������*.ii.lli*il Willu'liiitiiiboii. Unfortunate  ly no Italian aneofltor hju* yet lioori  ���������Ji-jeovured for him.���������Now York Mail.  U_������. Morse's  Fills  mi* ������ti_t tb������������ rJi/hr. nvttlicine for thr  -r:h;!,Jt'*r������. Wln-n ������-Ji������-y ������j-*: .unfttiprji. ,i  -���������when their teidneya are out of Vmkr  ���������when ov������*r-indiilfl;rnr.n in muui-  Kavorite food givrn thrm inili***->,iion  -���������Dr. Morw-'-i Indian Root Fill- will  quickly and nurel*/ put th**m  ri';l������t.  k uuiy vt|i.i������iMt.,i..- j  ......'....        -.���������.  ....������������������... I..-, nm m-r'.r^m   l,"V������> fl-trith Olirtf,'. f IVI'1.  ''Cimard yoiir' children'ii b*"������ltli iiy  *lw_y������ kc������*pinf rn bo* of Dr. Mon,*- tt  induui Koot 1'ilUin the huuttu.  Tli������y f]  ,������rl������������p   iir������t>   Clill-tSrasAv   Woll  'shs  W,   Nv U.. WJ  Tho above photo shows tho new fac tory of the Moonoy Co. at Vancouver,  the latest link of lhe across tho continent chain of factories of the Mooney  Biscuit &. Candy d., Head Office, Stratford, branch factories at Winnipeg  and Vancouver. Tho latest factory has been purchased from tho II. Smith  Biscuit Co., of Vancouver, the pioneer biscuit and candy manufacturers of  the Pacific Coast. This company enjoys a very substantial business, and  only last year erected a new factory- building of stool and cement construction which is one of tho most modern in the Dominion. While tho Mooney  Co. have not divulged the exact amount of tho purchaso price, lt is understood to be in tho neighborhood of $800,000. ���������'  The story of tno ..-rgaiiizatlon and progress of tho Moonoy Biscuit Co.  reads almost like a talo f.'om the Arabian Nights. Loss than eight years  ago tho business was started In a small way ln Stratford, Ont. Mr. VV. J.  Moonoy tho foundor, wrto nas boon and is still tno President of tho Company, has been called "tho wizard of tho biscuit bUHlnoos." Ho him had  for many yearti some* very original Ideas regarding tho blocult business, and  immediately on the organization of hla own factory he procooded to put  them into opentlon. One, of those was, that fao.tory-mado biscuits, If  fresh, conld in, a largo measure supplant tho home-made article. Cons~-  qucntiv, slops wcib taken '.o place tno !>liiculta on tho grocers' bIioIvoh in a  condition of froahnoBB heretofore unheard of ln tho biscuit buslnoBS of Canada, floods W'ie shipped the samo nay tnev loft tho oven, and arrang.i-  ments wero mado for specially fast despatch. The company's own line of  nrlvnte ours was inctitlloii to immrw JiuuniiiioHb, and io uvold delays and  a Hlron-unia advortirting campaign wuh luunclvuil tc promote a rupld movement of tho goods tuftrri thoy actually reached tho retail morchant- Tho  effeet of this policy was little short of wondorful. The buslnoHB dovol-  op-.it nt ri rnto. lindreitmt of by Its founders and each succeeding year necessitate'! exioiiHioiiH in fuoUiiy, imiU (iually u brand new buildiii^; ua:;  v-r������-ctr.d  Ui  take cai*'.   of  Iho rapidly  Increasing business.  ln tho i.'iiniulliin West tho results wero or a particularly gratifying char-  actor, notwithstanding tho long distance from tho seat of manufacture,    In  tact, so natist'ucior*,  woro tho results that tho vMoonoy Company dooldod  Lint the proportions of tho Western trade entitled it to bo served by a West-  urn factory, so that tho pooplo of tho VVusl, as woll asythoso of th Kant,  I rnu'lit recelvo .Mooney's goodu In an absoluloly  aii  "frosn   from   the  oven"  ; < ('iidltlon. Conneqiiently a Uttlo loss than two yonrs ago    tho    big    factory  * In Wnnlpep; wiih Hucured, ami tho remits which havo boon achlovod hIiimi  I  i,i,ii   linn- have fully Justified tho wlailom ni* ihe \i-iiluri-<. nnd havo not the  ������������������.''.*.! ol   nptiroviil mi  tlio  lii'iini'ii  f.u-.my idi-ti.       "iii,, liuniiiniiii i.T Ihi. M.y.j,,  .,  !   liiriiMilt A:- "candy Co. \*> now <:ont!ei1o(l to he the titrg.iHt oi ihu kind in Ilm  i  Iinniliiion of r.iiii.tdii, ami ll   wiiiki, ".cry pnni.iucntly among tho big Indir.-  I  trliil eiiterprlneH of tho ruinnlry, ���������  j      Althoii(������h  tho  Hrltlsb  Colmtiiiin. loiiUoi'y lum heretofore boon served hy  '���������  iho Mooney factory at 'Jtriitford, hovorcholomi tho biiHlnr-Hn has fully kept  I  |ii������i:i.i  Willi HO- til o.i i u ������i.   ,,,..,.. j     . . ��������� ,  J..., v. -...;..".'.;' **' ���������' ���������'"'* " '*'"' onlv lie talon eni*.������ of nv a factory actually on  i u\n Kr.Aiiii'l ln 'iddltlo:i o Uio prnsioiii, hiiiiliir-iis of tlio Moonoy Co. Um  new fitctory will ������lno tak*' over tho exlslliu; buHlnons of tho Sniltb Co.  whU'h l������ of very coiiMldotublo lUiiportlnnn, no that It in oxpoctod that tlm  ui-w  fflcloiy will ul onou ho laxid lo tli* vitinomt  pi������.poi l.loiu*.  Mr. W. C. Moonoy tho VU-.o Preutduut of tho Company, who has been  manager ot tho Winnlp y. fnctory, it* pow In Voticouvor and will Uavo cburi-a  vi th������ reorganization wk���������. #.   ^    ���������   .  , ,     . ?  IT." . . . _   ...  Some Could Qualify  Mister Interlocutor; can you tell me  why a prohibitionist could jaevor succeed ,aa a lawyer.  No, I cannot, Mr. Tambo.    Tell us  why?  Because his success depcndB upon  his standing at tho bar.  Old  But Alert  Alvep Augustus Adee, assistant  secretary of state for this country, is  In his seventieth year; but age has no  terrors for him. He can be seen  almost any dav rushing around Washington on a bicycle with his white  whiskers waving ln the wind.  After the' Nightmare  One of the things that must Irritate a delegate Is. that when he gets  home the neighbors " think he has  been enjoying a Rice summer vacation.���������Washington Star.  Answered  Did that young man kiss you last  night.  Mother, do you suppose that ho  came all thev/ay up here Just to hear  mo sing?���������Cornell Widow.  A Sailor Governs Railroads  Francis K. Lano, who, as a member of tho Interstate Commerce Com-  mlBsloK, helpti to govern the railroads  of-the country, is In reality a. sailor.  Whenever ho gotB the clwinco ho  Jumps into a sallbqat and handles tho  shoots himself.  Baiting Her  What aro you cutting out of tha  papor?������  About a California mini securing a  divorce bocauBo his wlfo wont through  his pockots. ������  What are. yon j-'olnp' to do with It?  Put it In my pocket.���������Boston Transcript.  Minard's Liniment Cuivs Distemper  Dl' genes was aeHreMnj** for an mn-  ost man.  Find a suburbanite who will toll you  ris real opinion bf country llfo I"  v: later,  U'**  ml vised.  Herewith ho departed to apply tho  greatest test of all.���������Harper's Bazaar.  Then and  Now  Tho young wlfo hns given hor husband a danco, You're Improved  wonderfully, .Tack, sho said, as they  sat down. Don't you romombor how  vou used to tear my dross?  Yort, ho replied. l wasn't nuyum  thom then.���������Boston Transcript.  y'-l  NAVY PLUG  Chewing  iopacco  A highgrade chew for  those who want something better than usual.  "Empire Navy "Plug" is  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting*  The  'Better Part  Wllllo���������Paw,   what  is   tho ago    of  Paw--The period when a man can't  bnVO    11    K(>Olt     IIUH*,     WIUHHU    ouii\:iuik  for it tho noxt morning.���������Cincinnati  Knaulror.  In nov**1*������ and on tho stage tho bully  Invariably la whipped. But In reaji  ��������� ��������� **���������*���������.bully, oCUl_ ������4������r������-ri^ t  ITou   ai3.������   Sure  "Empire Navy Plug*'.  !��������� a  f.rr* j*.  XM.xa.io  ALL LIV to UtmlmlmmMS HAV V. 11 -  ASK YOURS.  m  _  ts ss  II  11  __li ft, *-���������*     BGCU   .-������_������������������ .rift.** __fe^jtf-_   _������������.������*->^tL  iiifiiii^a ymiTO iu  Is Building Two or More Ships for ���������Germany's One in all  Lines   of Naval   Construction,  the Estimate  for  1912  Being $225,000,000  L.onrJ--n.���������In the debate on the  naval estimates in the House of Com-  - - jns Winston Spencer Churchill, first  lord of the admiralty, replying to the  criticism that he had made inadequate  provisions to meet the menace he had  described, said:  We are spending 45,000.000 pounds  ($225,000,000) this year and are going  to spend more next year.  We are raising the personnel of  tbe npvy to 141.150 by 1913 and to  *   . /.   AArt     ������������������     -4A-4A  IIO.VUV    III    XJ7J.-X.  As regards construction Germany  this year is laying -dowfi two new  battle-hips   and   we   four.  Germany is laying down one extra  and "we two. This year Germany is  laying two small cruisers; we are laying down eight.  Germany "in. lhe course of the next  eightetr. months is laying dowa>r21  destroyers, we 43.  There is no cause for panic or  alarm.  Thf Manchester Guardian in an editorial disparages what it'describes as  the vicious note of alarm sounded'in  Churchill's speech and urges a constructive police of friendship with  France.  As the Guardian is among the  foremi^t Liberal newspapers the article attracts wide atention. It goes  on: '���������'���������"ne hope that the colonies will  extract us from our difficulties seems  wildly out of proportion to the actual  facts. The colonies for a long  time to come win do well if they can  make themselves responsibie for their  own naval defence, over which under  Premier Borden, - Canada has gone  further than any of the others. This  does not expect actually io lighten  our burdens.  Moreover, their aid is conditional  on a serious change in the Empire's  constitution which is full of difficulty. The matter cannot be nettled  by sentimental impulse. Parliamentary federation Is quite out of  tbe question for the present ami col*-  on'al representation could only come  by the admission of the colonies to a  share of executive control. This  result' would mean Increased independent of tlie executive which  would aggravate- the existing evil of  loss of control of foreign affairs by  parliament.  Sydney, N.S.W.���������The Morning  Herald, commenting on Winston  Churchill's speech  says:������������������  Since Germany will not yield to  Britain's persuasions in the matter  of curtailing armaments nothing remains but to continue building with  tha risk that the nation may some  day elect to fight things to the bitter  end. - _  Out-, duty ij- to provide for that day  and rrrengthen the Empire for the  crisis.  i  m  I  ���������Y       *  ���������a  mm '  I  GERMANS BLAME GREAT BRITAIN        PICTURES  ACROSS ATLANTIC  from Quebec Province Growing  Stronger  Every  Year, Bay  Railway Men  Montreal.���������A laTge number of people are leaving for the West on tne  excursion for liomeseekers.  It is noticed that the percentage of  French-Canadians is stronger than  usual. It -was stated by officials at  the Windsor statipn that the exodus  of FrencU-Canadfans for the Western  provinces is growing stronger every  year.  There wer6 fully 150* men in a  party Fathered from Montreal and  Quebec and 'from Intermediate districts  Most of them were bound for places  in Saskatchewan and Alberta, and  fiair tickets were good for four  "���������"���������oaths *Tivjno' them nmnlfl time to  work in the West during the harvest  season and have a look around to  see if they could find placeB where  they would like to. settle. '  Most of the men were accompanied  by their wives and children and said  tuit they were going to pick out  lacd on which to establish homes in  ���������frVip**,     f-otir     r������r**iiTiV*4"������*i-r*  v*aO        lr.u li -rW ������*.������-*. _*. j   m   f  About balf of the party-was composed of French-Canadians from this  province, most of whom had wives  a id good-sized families with them,  as well as good supplies of money to  tide them over until they had chosen  t_������ir future homes.  That the immigrant season is now  in full swing was show'n at tlie Windsor station when tne big platforms  were crowded with people, most of  wjpm spoke with,a strong Scottish  accent. There wire-200 immigrants  fr~>m the Cassandra, about 100 from  tho Granada aud 150 from- the Pre-  Tor������as. ihe whole party was eol-  \ lected Anto one and sent on a- second  s-ectior of the Imperial Limited. The  majority of the immigrants were.  Scottish and most of them bound for  Alberta    or    Saskatchewan.       They  tfTiilnA     **>? ��������� <%'.    nr>/*fc/"wl  ' *������1 rtr������'������   ���������������������������������������**���������*������������������! ��������� ���������.���������*rrr***tl.. ���������'****������������������������������***������.  plied   with   money. -..  Disclaim Responsibility in the Respective Navies  Berlin.���������German public opinion is  neither disturbed nor irritated over  the recent naval debate iu the house  of commons in London. The press  generally seems satisfied with Germany's comparative positions under  the new order of things, and praises  the speech of Winston Spencer  Churchill, first lord of the admiralty,  as frank without ths usual provoci*-  tiveuess.  It criticises, however^ the attempt  to throw the responsibility for increased armaments on Germany.  The Vorrsiohe Zeitung, in commenting on the subjects, points out that  Uie iac-case iri the German fleet was  due to the tone of the British statesmen during the Morocco crisis which  compelled every German to regard an  increase in the German fleet as a  commandment of self- preservation.  Tbe ��������� Vorrsiche Zeitung takes up  Arthur J. Balfour's phrase1 in which  be referred to senseless competition  in shipbuilding, and asks:  Who is responsible? It was not  urermany that i���������*.*������n<.eu ureaunoughts,  super-dreadnoughts and submarines.  A responsibie official corroborated  the standpoint of the press, and asserted unequivocally that the speech  delivered by D������avid Lloyd-George,  cbanctJlor  of the  exchequer,  at  the  invention Claims a Paster and a Vastly  Improved System  London.���������Wireless   messages    will*  be  sent across  ths  x\t-V������ *_*���������������������������*.?. v**.**!*���������*���������*��������������������������� Y' Af?- '+%**>'  ������*VU������- A ������***���������   **_*��������� ������S* *4-S* ������fc4>  system, according to experts within  four months, not only much faster  than by the present system but also  with such precision that it will be  possible to' send pictures by this  means.  Th*? n������A-w **.yf$frp"m ha1* been taken up  by one of the big European telegraph  companies and will be given a thorough test by a syndicate organized  under the auspices of the telegraph  company, so far as the transmission  of wireless messages is concerned.  Stations are to he erected at Lyons  in France and at Washington and the  4 41 V <rij 1V1        ClCfc-Ull^      IJJ.CAI,      11C       VY4.ll       DG      CAAJlO  to serr at tbe���������rate of 200 words a  minute.  I The improvement consists in being  I able to control a continuous wave as  compared with the Intermittent waves  in the present system.  ' Afte" the France-American line is  working the company intends vto extend the system io the east,- to Africa  and to the British colonies. _ The  British government has investigated  it, but it is apparently satisfied as it  has been in all recent inventions, to  iet some other nation test it before  adopting it in the British Isles.  Poor Saklng Powder  Ottawa.���������That of a number of different samples ot baking powder examined, almost twenty-five per cent,  were below standard strength, is the  conclusion to^be drawn from an inter-  e ting bulletin on baking powders in  Canad_, issued by the department analyst. A total of 150 samples of  powdeis were examined, this being  the fourth time this has been done,  and tie examination being conducted  ���������with a view .to discovering the powders' efficiency as a gas producer for  baking purposes and the wholesome-  'ness of the material from which it  was made. Some of the powders  ware fcund'to contain alum, concerning the wholesomeness of which a  board of scientists is now adjudicatint-;  in Washington? From the point of  view of effectiveness, it was found, as  stated, that 45 out of 150 samples,  almost 25 per cent were below .standard.  Mansion House, XjOuuon, in ISllr  ���������-I  ���������TAAO  the direct and sole cause of the German naval bill.  TO PATROL HUDSON BAY  INTEREST IN SHEEP INDUSTRY  Hon.   Martin     Burrell,    Minister    of  Agriculture, Is Taking Active Steps  Ottawa.���������Hon. Martin Burrell is  leaving no stone unturned in his efforts to stimulate the Canadian sheep  Industry which has In recent years  been on the wane. R. H. Harding,  of Thornballe, Ont., one of tlie best  known authorities in the Dominion on  sheep breeding, and a member of the  Sheep Breeders' Association, has consented to act for the department of  agriculture in; purchasing,./thorough-:,  bred stock. The thoroughbreds,  numbering three or four hundred, will  bo chosen from the best Ontario  Socks. Acting Live Stock Commb?.-  clbne'r H. S?'*-' Arkell hns returned  fro.ui'.a'-tour of tho maritime provinces.  He hao, been studying tho sheep industry thoro. and finds an awakened  interest among the farmers. A spec-  lab commissioner is .studying at tho  present tinie the sheep industry in  westerr. Canada.  Customs Officials Purchase Schooner  Tc Trace Smugglers There ���������  Halifax, N.S.���������John McDougall,  C.M.G., commissioner of customs, is  In Halifax making arrangements in  regard to the custom department,  i Mr. McDougal has arranged to purchase the schooner Arthur W. for  customs preventative work in Hudson Bay.  The vessel is to be provided with  oil engines and to be commanded by  Captain John P. Chapman, who will  act as preventative officer for the  Hudson Bay district.  He will leave in August, aad will  make his headquarters at Port Bur-  wall, at the entrance to the Bay, and  will have general supervision over  c-stoms niattcrm that Inlarid sea.  Complete G.T.P. by 1914. '  Vancouver.-��������� Collingwood Schrleb-  er7 of Ottawa, general consulting engineer of the Dominion government,  and ch'ef government engineer of the  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, -reached '������������������ere recently. The latter has  just completed an inspection ot the  line as far as a. point en the south  fork of the Fraser river forty miles  west of Railhead, at Tete Jaune  Cache, which is 58 miles beyond the  summit of Yellowhead Pass.  I have eVery confidence, said Mr.  Schrieber, that the main line of the  G.T.P. to Prince Rupert will be finished and in operation by the end of  1914. I think it will-be ready before  that period but it will take some-time  to get the road-bed in shape for  traffic.  RAILWAYS  PROJECTED TO  OPEN  UP NORTHERN ALBERTA  Completion of This Road Means the  u-cvciopiiio'-it ui S Vast Er,ipl*"6 ors  the Rim of the Arctic Circle, Reclaiming a Veritable Wilderness to  tne  uses of   man  Edmonton. ��������� Forty engineering  crews consisting of s800'3 men with  teams and pack horses, will be sent  into the field at once to make preliminary surveys for .the Northern  Territorial Railway Company's line  from Edmonton to tide water at Fort  Churchill on Hudson's Bay. This is  to be part of a system of 1.450 miles,  from the Hudson's Bay country to  Port Esslngton on the Pacific Coast,  connecting Edmonton with the Lac  La Biche, Fort McMiirray, and LaJre  A habasca. '   "  H. G. H. Neville, C.E. chief engineer for tha company, which is  financed by a British 'syndicate, and  capitalized at ?40,000,000, has*, covered every portion of the proposed  rjute and Is fully satisfied upon the  engineering problems presented in the  construction of the system.  Plans are * under way to begin  griding wo>*k early next season,  when the laying of rails will also be  carried on. and in two years, according to present calculations, the line  is to be In operation from Edmonton  to the shore of Lake Athabasca, open-  in"; to commercial development the  vast mineral and timber wealt��������� of  Alberta's farthest north. The company will then proceed with the construction of the line in the province  of Saskatchewan. The Edmonton cutoff will be built later. The line from  Lake Athabasca westerly will tap the  rich agricultural resources of the  newest north, continuing thence to  the Pacific- coast.  The  Northern   Territorial  Jttaiiway j  Company will operate a line of steamships from.its Hudson's Bay terminal  to a lirltisn port.      engineers in the  AATrti-klrttr   r,4   ������V������_   4.4\t-r,r,t.������iVlrtTrt   Incur**,   tciCiAa   *...&    *- -    ���������-*-    ���������,_rw-       * -    ���������   ���������    ���������  a stuuy -of the construction of icebreakers in the Baltic and are now  working on designs of vessels capable  of meeting the abnormal conditions  which prevail in the bay. They will  also superintend the building- of the  S-et.  The completion of the railroad  means the opening of a vast empire,  which only a "few years ago was re-  j garded as a barren waste and useful  only as a huntine-ground for the fur-  trader and the sportsman. ^ The  part of the province of Aiberta with  development lines and shift its center of grsylty and of pnaniat'on many  miles northward, and "Sfrith the development of the resources of the Athabasca countrv there will be created  populous towns and cities" _'and the  establishment of manufactories on the  rim of the Arctic circle, reclaiming a  veritable wilderness to the uses of  man.  Another important outlet for the  north country is a system projected  by the Aiberta, Peace - River, and  Eastern Railway Company, capital-  izad at $10,000.000 under a charter  granted by the Dominion Government  in 1910. H. Muskett King,... President of the corporation, now on* the  way to Loudon to confer with British capita1 ist:, interested in the enterprise said in the course of an interview white in Edmonton.  I air greatly impressed with the  country and its possibilities. 1 have  spent a month -looking -it Jov_i; -and  It Is all and much more than I was  told about it. The railroad is going  through.  European mark-  *--t.5 ar<*- nos. 0.0 .yesripA.  America, - English cables show  v/eaknes- at times," principally influenced byvthe States and Canada, but  their markets are better1 maintained  and the Continent is~holding un. Quite ���������  well. The latest cable says tha** the  consumptive demands are large, and  their stockt, are disappointing. In  Britain, Fiance and Germany, erwp ^  prospects have improved, someAvhat.  Other European countries are looking  for only moderate yields, some below  xne average.  Statistics for the week were more  bullish. World's shipments  smaller than anticipated, being 9,376,-  000 bus., compared to 13,024,000bus.  last week and 9,392,000 last year.  The amount on ocean passage as -yvell  as the 'visible supplies in Europe and  the United States show good increases .  - Cash wheat in the Winnipeg mark-  LESSON V.~THIRD QUARTER, FOR1  AUGUST 4, 1912 -    ' ?  seen   somewhat. demoralized,  efhi  sympathizing with tho declines in 'futures to , a certain extent. During  the last two days exporters were said  to be reselling instead of buying. Values are two cents lower on all grades  from where they-were a week a#o. but  it is noticeable" that very little wheat  has been pressing for sale at the,reduced figures, and as soon as exporters begin buying prices should advance. Receipts of all grades 'are  getting smaller, although the ouality  is not Improving. Many cars are  standing on track at rermirssl ele^-(  tors waiting their turn to be dried.  The Grain Commission has shown  commendable energy in procuring a  .floating dryer from ^Chicago to help  out the other drying - plants. This  plant has just begun operations and  all cars now standing out of condition  in the Fort William and Port Arthur  yards should co-.n be 'cleaned "Up.  Stocks at Fort William, and Port  Arthur are now 4,957.123 bys.. us  compared to-5.031,934 bus. last week  and 4,037,788 bus:    Ikst,   year.      The  ���������������--������-��������� on-���������*-'-*'��������� ������*    v******* ������r\-& ^*y\%\v9 t   Trar\,*tT*iir-������t.-wm     it*    1t-\xar  -_y* \_MiCVA ������#U4.   -       V_        WilU-        Jt_*-������ * v W *������ vm. j,       *������*       mi^r  * ���������  grade wheat, as the stocks et 1. 2 and  3 only amount to. 1.011.793 bus. compared to 3,126,532 bus. last year.  To-day's cash prices are:'���������1 Nor.,  106; 2 Nor., 103; .3 Nor."? 98c; No. 4,  83���������.c;   Nol   5,   701/_c.;   No.   6,  68c  Feed   wheat  53%e.;   No.   3  Text of the Lesson, Matt, xiii, 44-53/ 'f  Memory ^Verses, 45, 46���������Coiden TextlY?  Walt- vi, 3S���������Commentary Prepared .  by  Rev.  D.  M.   Stearns.'    ��������������� '"  It was after he had sent the multitudes away and went into the hou-ta  that  He' explained   to   ths  disciples' r  ! the parables and spake these other ot '  were i today'? lesson-   It has been said that -  a-parable is like a *aat'\that has. to  be broken to get the meat���������r-it keeps -  the meat from the indolent and 'for "(  the'linigent.    it is aiso true'th'at there'  are outside truths for the world that ���������-  they iaay receive if they will .avil en.**  ter in, and there are truths oniy for '>  tnose who.���������are within      The parables  of tliu -hidden treasure and the pearl ,  give r<3- wholly atiother view of what'  is going dn-ih this present age and at   "J  its consummation In spite of all the ?  work or the adversary. Remembering *  what we said in a previous^lessbn concerning-the explanation of a ���������p-ord-or "  phrase holding good, through the'Whole  discourse, we now notVthe field "of 1 ?1  It^Ju aSd,^? explanation in yerse - "*���������  * .' .Tbe theld. ^ the  world/';, rf-Tfea  -rV j lit. ox ,  -July lOG^e.  84%c.  Futures dosed:  October,  93%c.  OATS���������  Working easier in sympathy with  decline in wheat prices, but growing  crop conditions do inot ..warrant furth-  ..      f,Q������������������.31.^.^      -\HT^���������A  Xt    '^a.JJUU.lAJJ-      VV*5!-)!,-  ern, 39c; No. SC.W.. 37%c: Extra  No. 1 Feea:3"9c.; 1 Feed, 38.3., July  39%c;   Oct.   35%c". ^  BARLEY���������   .  Demand dull and only nominal  prices are'being quoted. No.v3 Barley, 57c; No. 4, 55.  Receipts are not'so large, although  still much in excess of last year. Enquiry Is 'improving, but 'prices show  no change" for the week. NO'. " 1  North-western 179; No. 1 Man., 175;  Rejected 164; Condemned 125; July  177,-Oct.  167. <  All prices quoted are, based" on in  store Fort William or Port Arthur. -  MANY LABOR   DISPUTES  Seven Arbitration Boards Have Been  GEORGE SERUES NEW INSPECTOR  Succeeds Commiosloner' F. E. Glbbo  ao Chief Grain Inspector  Winnipeg.���������By a recent ardor-lii-  council upon tho recommendation of  tho grata growers, George SorleB, of  Winnipeg, has been appointed acting  Jtinpootor of the wostom division���������  all Canada lying wont of and Including  Port Wlllam and Port Arthur.  This, Is the territory hi whioh Mr.  F. V>. Olbbp writ** chlnf Im'pootor but,  upon Mr.* Gibbs' promotion to bo  ono of the Commissioners under the  Cana.la Grain Act of 1012 and his  resignation of the Inspoctorshlp, a  new Inspector was roqulrad and tho  nosU.Inn has been given to Mr. Surion,  Tito new appointee had, boon for  many years ideutlflod with the grain  trade. ���������  Simply Precautionary Measure  '.: Ottawa. ���������Some New , York newspapers have taken the proclamation in  tha Canada Gazette of Saturday closr  ing the ports of Quebec. Halifax and  Esquimau to foreign steamers under  regulation, as indiciating nn intention  on the part of the. Canadian government to close thoso ports to all'steamers of any nation ������������������whatever '������������������'���������'���������But  lt lfl'"explained tit .tho naval department that tho ordor Is purely a precautionary one, and that it is udvls-  able tc shipmasters to panto It In  their books and keep It In their memory, i There is not present reason for  troublo but lt Is considered just as  well to , advise shlp-maBtqrs all ��������� over  (ho world that whon tho hour of danger comes (if oome It dons) thoy  must bo prepared to oboy the regula-  tlonti ul lliu C'Hi.ulIuu uuyUl dci'arl-  mont.  Rcgipa Harvesters  Winnipeg.���������The supply of harvesters for western Canada's 1912 crop  will be tho subject of a conference  to be held in Winnipeg between* the:  epreser.tatives of the C.P.R., C.N. 11.  and G T.P. Railways, and the delegations of the agriculture departments  of Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta. The provincial representatives will snbmlt conservative estimates of the harvest hands required  for.-.their ������������������respective' provinces. A  FV Mantle, deputy minister of agriculture fcr Saskatchewan, was ln Winnipeg Mcnday,conferring with the rail-  ^ways regarding harvest. iaborers for  this province, and will probably return for the contemner*, noxt wook.  To Settle Labor Disputes  London.*���������Tho    Chancellor    of the  .Exchequer, David Lloyd George, an-  'nouhced In tho House'" of Commono tho  intention of tho Govorhmont to Introduce a BUI to deal with"labor disputes,  such as the present dock strike.  The Chancellor did not dofino tho  measure, but liidicntod that It was  likely to Involve compulsory arbitration and financial guarantees for  agrooniontB^ ������������������  j^:������*VLnn  THE MARKET REPORT  -   i * r  i^.���������������������������    ��������� ���������  Weekly   Grain   Cetter     Supplied    by  V  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain' Merchants,. Winnipeg,  RU8H  PROM OLD COUNTRY  Bteamihlp   Agents  Advised   to   Stop  Booking , Passengers to Canada  Montreal.���������The Herald says: Stop  honkln** passengers west bound from  Rnglnnd until further notice.      This  la a cable just received by the agents  of the Canadian Northern steamship  agent,i.     The runt, homeward of Can-  I...1...... mi.u A.ui..A.-,ni.. !im ui's.'.'.y, ".t*-..'.*  will be on in earnest noxt month. All  vcbscIs of the leading lino** dpe to mill  for tho next few weeks from British  Sorts for Montreal and Now York are  ookod up to the limit.      Many pas*  ;-.:������������������- ���������**������������������"*��������� "*'**.r* -*!.'-! ".-��������� ���������*������������������������' ���������������������������������������������������������������., *if\*.  ������t* whon thev loft here "rfow find thoy  cannot buy find, or second class accommodation, Some well-to-do pas*  **/entceri. It Is tmlrt, have bought third  cla������������ UckwU.  ' Wheat Cutting In Alberta  Lothbrldge.���������Wheat cutting in  southern Alberta hriH commenced. Su-  perlntendeht Fairfield of the oxperl-  mon till farm hns turned hinders into!  BHVOrnl plots of winter whoat whioh  are ripe and In fine condition for cutting.  If. A, Suggltt. a farmor at Chin,  has begun cutting a six hundrod noro  field north of Chin. Cutting will bo  gonoral ovor the eouth within tho  noxt.ton days, ,  '' mmmtmm* t*^mnm������mmmtimmimmmm-mttmm       '  "ECONOMY" SLOGAN  OF SENATE  Washington. ~--Diw>ocrnl,''     of   tlio  House !n cmu-Mii* voted 70 to 62, not to  rcc*:<!c frr>m th'"'** ''no b^ttiofhlp" programme in tne   naval   appropriation  A determined effort wan made tb  have tl o cauoiu* approve a comprom-  Is i wl "i  tho    Senate'   whereby    the  IToi.u,.   u'nutit   iio-rru*   1r%  ttin   onnntrHi*-  t.on of ono noa-flghter.  ll������1|HOH������MIUlllV������'        flly.l'tllHlU,        UMUII"  man of the appropriation committee,  led the opposition to the proposal on  J tim- cround of economy.  Tendering Government Jobs  Ottnwn .���������^rtnvArnmen* lobs aggro-  gating four million dollars will bp  put up at tender thlB wook. Th'iSBd  are two big harbor" works, one.,at Que'  boo and the other at Victoria, pach  oostlng two million dollars, Tho  Quebec improvement consists of construction of another largo pior for  oc*an liner**, along with sheds and  considerable dredging and tilling.  . Ploughed Into Roman Forum  Rome.���������^-Jumping tho track, owing  to running at too high a spood, a  stroot car plunged into the Roman  Forum and moimtoil the rulm* of the  Rostrum, whoro Mark Antony delivered CaoBtir's funeral oration. Tho  ruins woro st|H further ruined and  eighteen passnngoro wore wont to the  hospital.  ���������r������"*  .WlnniDeg. Jiilv 17.���������That the wheat  trade Ib in a nervous condition, and*  easilv Influenced at times by sensational rumors, was, shown by, the  quick advance Which ^took place ,im-  mediatelv following pur, last .reyiew.  on reoortff that rust had been fot^nd  ln southern Minnesota? Nothing was  said about, the kind in .the first reports, but the niere mention of rust  was enough to throw the bears into  a '< panic and induce those who, were  bullish to,take on it little wheat? fortunately these r������port������ were not confirmed and with' the leading crop experts in the fields of Minnesota and  Dakota sending glowing accounts of  conditions there, prices bad a heavy  reaction, and new low figures, especially for the new crop futures, wore  made. Chicago and Miuueupoliti  September wheat has declined fully  6o. for, the .wook, and. Winnipeg October 2%c. While the spring wheat  orop In the States is noarlng maturity, wo hardly think such a decline In  prices is warranted at present, as considerable may yet happen to cut down  the yield as well ns Injure the nual-  Uy. Woathor In tho Canadian  Northwest tho past week has not been  wholly favorable, as there ha������ boen  too mvteh rain In miniy plncf-n ahd  temperatures have "boen too low In  others. Monday morning two to six  degrees of frost were reported'In different sections of Manitoba and San-  katohowan. So far tho trade has  boen skeptical of any damage from  this causo, but it is nutu'ecly llkaly  that the crop has entirely escaped,  aa a very large pereontago t)f It Is nt  th**������ rnnflt erltlenl stnirn, namelv. In the  bloHHom. Front damage at th It* time  however, would not. bo apparent until  later. Just now our groat Industrial  Exhibition and Selkirk Centennial Is  being hold hero, and many of onr  farmer friends are favoring us with  a call. " From thoso wo gather thiit  only a moderate crop cat*, bo expected. In moot partn of the- country  the hot. weather at tbe ond of i Juno  niofM   or   h'MH.  Applied for to?Laboi Department  Ottawa?���������There are' an- unusual  number of labor disputes fj?r this  time of the year reported -by the  labor department; At present no  less than seven arbitration , boards  are either working or have been applied for. The most important dispute Js that involving the. C.P.R.  telegraphers. The ..department haB  appointed a board to endeavor to settle the trouble which involves ques-'j  tions of both wages and conditions of  labor. Telegraphers all along the  C.'P.R'. system are'affected." 'Peter  MacDonald, of Toronto, is chairman.  J. Jp. Duval has, been appointed the  represent the company, ��������� and J������ G.  O'Donohoe the men.;,? The department has also named .two, menvin  connection with a dispute ut Halifax  between ��������� the Halifax 'Trariiway 'Cojp-  pahy and its employees.' G S.  Campbell will represent the .company  and John T. Joy the men.   ' ?  Application has been made, for a  board at South Purcupihe,"Yylifaje tlieio  is,a dispute at the?Maceniiey Mine-  Only forty ntoj*. rtr^ !invoIv������--d In -thl's  ���������particular dispute,?but therp are nearly a thousand iiiyl. employed in thp  district, all of whom will be affected  by ;tbe decision.,?; An arbitration  board is .working nt the present time  on a dispute at Inverness between  the members of,the, Inverness; fpotil  aiid Ore Dock Co. and Its'employees.  Application hns. '.also' been made, fb;r  n board by. the employees of the Britannia coal mine near Vancouver'.  There Is also trouble bet ween the  Gas ConsumorB Copipany, nf -Torontp  and Its mon, .which la hoped will be  settled without reference?to a board,  Vord "treasure" takes us WktoBi-  xlx,  5   Israel  His peculiar treasury', ti  See also Ps.    exxxy, 4;   Mai.  iii., 17. ,r  AAA������-.r������An.      tjAiib iAA-= jmvf; ens propns������3 f  and the Psalms enlighten us concern- ^  ing the .treasure.     Since Israel's reje&-''  tion of Chris-- and' her consequent sc*3ti--  Bering among all nations she has been-'  a treasure to no one but Himself, but '  to Him she is as the apple of His esst?,  and tiil sun, moon and stars cease 'tja  shine she shall not cease to be a nation before Him(Zech.    II,   8;    Jet.  xxxi, 35-37).      Who can thia-be^wfio  givptt ijp nil that He had in order tb ���������  buy" the field?     No one can buy, tSto  field- but He who has the right to re- '  deem it, the true Bohz,  ths nii'*hty  mail  .0?   WOJllfK      Tirhr.   na    s.*.lAf^m.~������S   <IVU^*4L  He had purchase^ or   redeemed. the:  field wore the crown of thorns.  J \    -  The story of the pearl is virtualliy  the same except that the pearl is the  , church, as the  - treasure    ia    Israel.  Alberta \ pearle come from the sea, and-in Rev..  xvii,   15.   it  is  written,   "The  waters  which thou sawest are  ..peoples   and  multitudes and nations and tongues/*  In Eph.  v, -27, the completed church"  is spoken of as a glorious church, not  having spot or wrinkle or any such  thing, but holy and without -ltemlsb..  In these woras one cannot help seo-,  ing a perfect pearl without -spot-or  blemish cr wrinkle.     In this ei^e, __  in that ot the treasure, -the man gave  up all that he had to purchase it. Sal- *  vation. or eternal life, or the Son of  God,  in  whom we' have ��������� redemption  is not obtained in that way', but as  AT, ���������      ������_ ���������.4JIA      ���������4,     f, ��������� J        *_*.?-.. 41* A.,       ^���������  tue   ueo   gut   Oi.   urOu   l.J*Ornn ill,   Atj   v������  1). Neither money-nor good' wdrks  can obtain eternal life., The cost ot  our redemption fell wholly upon Jesus  Christ, and by His perfect life and*,  death in our stead and resurrection,^  from the dead-Ho has provided "eter-'"  nal redemption for all who- will receive Him? We are saved, however  at so great a price in order to become  his discfpless and the cost of being a  disciple falls wholly upon the believer  for lt Is written, "Whosoever he be of  you   that  forsaketh ,not  all  that "he  mm  m  .$1  ���������si  Ottawa.���������Many complnluts have  boon received by tho trade nnd com-  memo m'regard to the shipment** of  apphjs rrom Canada. -Several ship-  tmmtf* havft jirHv-������rt covered with  mould or in a stloky condition, ana  lllUUHU     i������,in lluii     ,AI������     l.AHCj     I  ...a,v,.������1������.a1  apples, contained seeds and cores bo-  low tbe flmt layer.     The department  la conelderiniy ttivtin* action.  mi..    *  hnu. InluviAil tin* iu'Oii  ii������ill   Hiiiiiim   ������n������   iiiiiu  14,4444^,  imd, of coiiiHii, thoro Is still plenty of  time for runt nnd front to materially  reduce the yield, What Is wanted  now Is bright nnd fairly warm weather. Wlntc-r whont harvest I n't In tho  Btntor" is dolayod  by rums in  many  1UA.IAIII It'll,     iMAJ-lU'llltl,     ������'.      4.A.A.-.A     ...i.Vx.       4I.A4,A,  ment than usual. A few cars of the  new wheat aro hoKlnnlng to rotten  Chl-fflgro and it is *tpiw.t������ii1 th** movm-  Will Populate Manitoba  . Winnipeg,^���������That advertising is.tho  Bosamo to tho Immigration problem  of tho Canadian Woat, bspecially in  roferonc** to the matter, of ��������� bringing  hi the" more desirable rind energetic  ulllSHOr'   of   HOW   COl|lt)lHr   iri      the    fVltJW  forcibly advocatod by Immigration'  c immlsBloner Bruce Walkor of thin  city. In a public addresH tho commissioner said, Every business >,man  who Is progressive ana suceouHiul lum  como to realize the full valuo of ad-  vortlBlng, nnd .it will be Just as val-  uahlo lu our lino us lu uny outer. And  If wo havo faith In, advertising, woj  must put our hands In our pockots  and pay for It. Wo must advertise  especially for the tiller of tho soil;,  next for "ils hired-mans and'thlrjl for  th** capitalbt. W������ want" to show  these.,people whoro thoy can got Into  a Iniid upon which they cnii raise  something bosldos the onotun nnd the  mortgage.     About I0t������o copies of tho  iii'triir.^A, I new tiOOK'.^t nr f������i������ miinnn trir iHninrrv  hath he canuot be i'uy ulsclpl-" (L,Uii_  xiv, 33).^   Returnins to the tireasura'  | and  the  pearl  which  He obtains  by-  giving up aii that He had," ""for  'ye-Y  know  the  grace  of  our  Lord-,Jesus*;  Christ, that, though Ho >*as rich,3 yet  for yoar sakes He became poor that-  ya through His    poverty   might    be-,  rich" (II Cor. vlll, 9), It Is certainly-"  true that whatever of, value or pro-;.  clousnesB there will -be ln Israel ot-  the church it will be because of union*,  with Him In whom alone is any pre-.,  clousness.     Another phrase of truthi ���������  should be considered    in   connection  with Israel and the church, and that'  is that Abraham -was promised in' seed  as the stars of heaven and as the dust  of the earth or ithe sntid of the ������e1i.'~  a heavenly arid an' earthly seed. Here ;  also w<-' see that, church, the: heavenly. ���������  and Israel,? the earthly seed.v .(When;  those" have been fully  _dthere^'*wia  shall have the kingdom ruled over by  earthly people, all righteous:    ?Y T? '-  The: sevantvh parable?: the; pep' Sftth*  erlng tf .eyfery klivd, may refer ;-%tthie;;  -whole a^e Or. specially to the $hd i-o'l"ti ,,���������,  the- age, ,but;fhe;great; truth '^eMe}toZZ:ti!yr:ti  he,,they.^nopixratlbn;.' of,'vgooi*l,.?andJ;?bi}^..'''!���������''!,-'',  The Lcrd jOsu's did not bolibvoYTn iall  "who said 'that they believed'���������'-dn'>Hltriti;titiiti  (John li. 23-25), and we cannot toll always who aro truo and who arc not,  'hut tho day will declare It.'" If is ours  to gather all wo can. How. fearful  arc thb words,.about, the severing,, tho  '.furiiace of fire, ������he?wa/llug.and ijnash-  Ihg of tooth (versos ���������I2,'v40, 50; xxil,  18; xxiv, 51; xxv, 30. 41), and If tho  language la figurative what -nib'st: tho  reality be? It. la hiost plainly taukhb  in Scripture that for tho righteous  thoro Is an oternlt-*/ df bllos i*,hd for  the wloked who ^reject Christ and die.  In their sins an eternity of woe. How  important Hiii question, "Have ye lin-  doi-fltood' all.���������thoso * things?'' (51).  Thoy were v������ry ��������� ready .-with ��������� their.  ���������'Yea, Lord," but It was not long before, 116 had to Bay:, "Aro yo olao yet  without understanding? Do not ye  ybt widnr������tand,?!.' (xv,, 16, 17). It Iff  through faltY \yo understand (Hob.  xl, fl), and ,t,he ono, thing required of  no, nnd that wo can do is to havo  faith in God. Spmo consider verso  52 uh i-r. ������lghtli parable? If wo aro  wi-.Jn i>f llvjii'* Midi'/- yvt' ������,vI31 vi'cj tilvu  forth for the-benefit-, of ���������1othm,a.--,tho  word** of life, tho old-tt'pths hnfolilod  in tbe Now Tostament and tlio New  Testar-'ent truths opening up tho old.  ,���������������������������>'"   *v    '-1* ,',,,,,,., '  m, ,,i���������l* mmmmmmmmmmmmxmmmmxmx  m  ha league-nro now bolng dli*>trlbut**d.  mm   mmm*mnmm*mm**~mmwimmmtm������m  Germany Buys.Dlrglbla  Berlin.���������Following a loot In which  It. dovolopftd a speed of 4{l' mllos houtw  ly, the Uovernmiuit  Iiuh    doiikih    Him  ������ . .A.        .������_������������.. ��������� I *. ,..,..       ������,..,,,  444A4A,A,      lift,   AV4        .......      ...<xix.~....     ^. , s. ���������       ^ .... .,  named It Z.H, und ordered It sent to  Mets fortress, on tho Froncb frontier.  Goes to" Maritime   Province    ?''*  pttawu.���������-Hon. ,t    Mnrihi     Burrlll,  minister of agriculture',  leaVer*  next  month on an official visit,to t^TOajvi  ltlni'>   provbiceu.        Whllo   thorn   ha  ...III -I |A 41, ,> ,..,,.������.l.v.....l.,1 ' nl.AM...������  ..... .4      .A ..../ ^   .. ^^. ............ ,#������^....A4������.M,  and will confer with leading eastern  ngrlciilfuvlHtH In rojfnrd to r������xtstlngf  -loudltlonu on the faj*tns) , ,, C, ,c.  Ju������n*!*������, who wan entrusted with tho  taaM ������bf woHiliiK-ont a basis for tho  proposed fodorui inn .o Hie provtnoes  ' . ��������� ������      . I ������       I ., , .4 ., . ..   . .  444       A-l.V      4441... I A...AM      U.       M^IIWU,,,,! V,      AW      A.AA.-  poctod bad* In Ottawa early In An*.  nut. ytfhvtx he will report pragmas on  -hiii inv-AHtlKStlons to dats.  c* have proven the BhiST Jar for family use.  as early as possible .    To facilitate, the  4>Yt.U������U**A������ii    *1_*\   On-k-rk jr--iC4,������-ft   *D -AS������i/-iis-*.    "O ������������������������������������lil i-t> n,**  ���������CAUiUiii>j.o   wa*u  \^a������XM%jh\m\atjaxx x. c*v/A4Av   A.vuu'o'itj  msm  Pints* ������1ua������&  ma.  ���������mii ������������mi������ens BH^TB pea* d@sen  Bl BBB**9*%B- *****    ���������   ^B^amn   aamu  *  ma* ^ma* *****<  *-=-B  ������ WITH THS ������  ������ YORKSHIRE INSURANCE CO.,  I VIRf   ���������ar_ar*^aa������,c"3'*-ae  Established *������vor Threa-feur-ih ������f a C-sntury  Capital - - $5,000,000  Reserve Fund - - - $13,000,000  Claims Paid - - - $30,000,000  Church Notices  B  MKXHODIST CHURCH  *���������* * -...-11     I**,   l-������svl.)     sv.r,rk���������������������������     A2.,*^4tl4A^4,     _U  OCrVJ.C'Cia    tTlll      A4AJ   J.A,,\������    A., .w������^       ^...*.��������� ���������.^       ���������  ' follows:  Morning - - 11:00 a. sn.  Eveuiug    - - -      7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School 3:20 p. nu  You are welcome to   tarry witn us.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  OUY LOWENBERC, Agent  PROFESSIONALS  CBAs. MQuiUS, CIS.  geesees������ -SS'.ssS'estfssssiawi,  i  Sest Itentistry  B O. IiASB Sravmroa asd Ahchctkcs  Flans and Specifications  OS?T? _i*T*n"M    ������ B.C.  ,n>T?C*V'T*VYKT    =  , A1A JUfW** "A**. >������������*���������"���������������  CA1  _  ax  je**  w*  -  has arranged for a special rate for them  under conditions  chat are exceedingly  plain to understand, -hey oan purchase  tiokots at any station in the province of  ! Manitoba, SiiKkatohavvan,  Alberta and  British Columbia, good for the round  trip, at the One way first olasB fore, on  Oct. 10 to 15,  upon presentation of a  certificate from the secretary of the Dry  -"arming Congress.   This certificate "will  be issued by the secretary and forwarded upon request, but tho applicant must  in making the request send In bis entry  blank properly -tilled out in order that a j    11|||  number may be   assiguod him.    The|    ������|jl  Ills  official premium list is ready for distribution, and, together with the oiiioiai  entry blank, will*, be sent to any farmer  or intending exhibitor npon r&quebt- to  John T. Burns, Secretary, Lethbridge.  ! Alberta.  I    Districts    contemplating    exhibiting  can obtain their allotment of space nnon  Service every Sunday   at  11a. m. J application to Chairman J. W. MoNicol  Steam rollers may have their purpose���������  bttt excessive weight means discomfort in  an automobile���������*or a man. He alone is  sure that the heavy car rides easiest who  has never ridden in the light, Vanadium-  built Ford. A demonstraiion is a revelation.  More than 75,000 new Fords into service this season-  proof that they must be r'ght.   Three passenger Road-  g oar ������850--delivery car  HIII-  i lilts  m*,*Tmf\mim   - em mm mmi v������ r*  ste? $775���������-five passsnge:  $875���������f. o. b. Walkerville, Ont,, -with ail equipment  Catalogue from Kootenay Garage Company of Oreston,  R. S. Bevan, manager���������or direct from Walkerville.  ! FRUIT TREES I  -   AN^  nDMAPlPlMTALS  <*  ay   a *    a .  raamaam'Vmaearawaa  - _ Jt  ���������^ n-rnTn  mi ���������   niiiniinmnii  and 7*S0 p. m.  Sabbath School at 10 a. m.  Adult Bible Class at close  i������P      (Oa _���������>*_**���������"���������*   .  X\ For the next thirty days %  ni  T   "ll      ~1   A WiiJ.   JSivn  Minister*  XSXUXS X JmWf ���������*> *** m.  B, E, HAIX D��������� B. S.  iS ESS  mTmiViVSHmm. ijiiSAamiiMimi. SI  s ~ . , i  1 on aii wotk if you bnng g  1% ������  V A.^��������� **-.    _.������._.������^.<n������*A_.������**A������'4^ $9  99 i h������**a <aiiasvi4iii-i���������������-"���������*"������*���������*. g&  l^   ffl  CHRIST CHURCH  Darin*; the absence of the Vicar the  OSoe   ores S^ssk P^fea Hasdwss-ejSjf.  ������toar���������������Bake? Stsest-. j ���������  mxx~.     *g    ������m    -^-~- ^������������������ii4A���������  ^   .    V.    ������^A������A^> AAJM.AA,      VAAV,      .A.V....  of the Exposition committee after August 10, and they -will be privileged to  begin the arranging of their exhibit any  time after Oct. 1.   1  Water Notice .  lUiiiMitiaiii tdiflis muraciicd  VERNON, B. Caa  .^J   x^   -#  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry  all the leading varieties  most  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  ^  on three-year-old whole roots.  m  CRANBROOK,  B# C*  GUY  LOWENBERG  OonrnvsTsa Bnqxsbbb  CRESTON     -   e -  ������4������^|������������tedL%!S.<_-.'BH^I& ������  discontinued, except on the 1st Sunday  _3 the month, cr near it, when due notice  will be given and the Holy Communion  im ] celebrated.   The evening service is con-  Fon A  Licbnce   lo   Take   Ami/ Usk  Water  NOTICE is hereby given that Andrew  MUler of Oreston will apply for a licence  %**  *  w  ducted as usual at 7.S0 p. in.  ^.       Tfr*.r ���������tj-s-rthor narticulars apolv to our local i-geuir  "^B* v "*"     ^^*        "* *^������. ~~^rm. g~ A     XT _f m-mm  % J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  ^  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & co,  VDLILSeisttt  CRANSSOOK <= B.C.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  1     I  Th*  Funeral Director  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass at 1130 a. m., folio-wed by the  Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.  Father John.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL      -      -      -  B.C.  Before Eettissg  IU Comrac  u  yoi  Workshoi  I  of your New  ce.  WL  on me.   JBstimafes given on all  For tho Huildiin  Ilouso, Store, Office. Worksnop  or other building, write or call  ntei  1*l������M<1n  #ifP -vtir/x-nlr  KUlUu   \jm.     ���������������  u������.i������4i  All tbe Very Latest StyleB in Ladles* Hats, Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  SPECIAL BATES  FOR EXHIBITOR  One Way First: Class Fare  To    The   Great    Dry-  Farming Exposition  LADIES'   READY-MADJij  WAISTS  New Lines of Ladies ni d Child  rena*  Stohkinge and Wearing  Apparel suitable to the Season,  Mrso  fl. YOUNG  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction I  guaranteed on All Work I  JOHN   BOYD, Creston j  Statfte_ 61 Go.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commlaslon MorolmiaK  NELSON       -       B.C.;  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Um EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O, LL.D.. D.C.L. Prssldent  AL.������XANDKU LAJBD JOHN AIRD  [ *'f:ni-" A������������������liit������iiP4t Clwnar**! M*tiui|'*r  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian  n*w*ir txi Cr.mmi*re������t to be operated by mail, and will receive tlie  same careful attention as I* given to all other departments of the  Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.        a,4  -,...,  .rm. ���������,   ,4.,-44, w   ,ja44^ x*m ,*, mmm r*t,   %u- ���������������, .m*a> ������ *��������������� * mm a  "M'MMUmf   '*������������ *"\Sft*mUa\*  \mixxutmi0mr, vi.*,uii   miwh,'.  The growing interest in the International Dry-Farmed Frodnots Exposition  at Lethbridge, Alta., next October assures the largest exhibition of grains,  grasses and root orops, farm maohinery  and implements ever held in Western  Canada, and probably tho largest of its  kind ever held on tho American oonti-  [nent.     Applications for entry   forms  have been reoeived by Chairman Mc-  Niool of the Exposition commlttoo from  nearly every quarter of tho globe, and  advloos through dlploinatlo sources aro  to tho elfoot that nearly all of tho South  i  Amerloan countries, Australia,Hungary  Turkey, Russia and the United States  will send federal exhibits. II? is stated  that the United States exhibit will  eollpse anything that has ovor boen undertaken by the department of agriculture, while tho Dominion of Canada will  collect and stage an enormous sized  exhibit of tho produota of tho soil  from  lhe I'ruviuuuH of BiiLii-li Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and  will havo exceptionally largo and interesting displays.  Tho Exposition opens on Saturday  morning Oot. 10th, nnd ovory oxhibit  will havo boon Judged and all prb.o  wlnnors announced by thnt tlmo. Ex-  hlblts must bo in place ready for -judging on tho evening of Thursday, Oot. 17  tm. ..I,*..* ^.4*    jvl.l,.    mmlfiXmnfm    mXit.m.t\    r\t    fl.rv  Creek, which flows in a East and West  direction through Blks 20,19 of Lot-892  and empties into King Creek or Blook  11 of Lot 882. The water will be diver=  ted at a point directly 200 yards east of  the ST. W. corner of Block 19 of "Lot 892  and will be used for pnrposes on she  land desoribed as North half of Block 19  of Lot 892.  This notice -waa posted on the ground  the 31 day of July-1JM2. The application will be filed in .the office of the  Water recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed with the said  Wflter Recorder or with the Comptroller  of Water Bights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B. 0.     .  A. Miller (Applicant)  ni|A0AlUT������!g:Q moiuii>  i:hPiiif_Ki  Cellared���������B.oots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ! ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Prioe list, write to-��������� .���������??������������������'���������:?.?������������������  WALTER V. JACKSON^ Aflgent. Creston.; B. 6: ^  FOB SALE  t\\  Five aore JPrult and Poultry ranoh for  sale. Close to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stook or dairy  cattlo. Beoiring orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Review.  SaMte and  Harness  A SPECIALTY  Deajer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  Get your Wines* Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc, at the  Creston   Wine    &  Spirit Co*  Sa    POOlC,    PfOpa  agTmrrr'mm"mMU,'arrnm,ritam  THE CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  V7  cr  *,jf  CAN SUPPLY YOU  with Deering or McCor-  mick Mowers or Rak;es.  Fleury's knd Oliver's Plough  or   .  Pittsburg   Electric   Weld  Poultrv   and Cattle Fen-  cing.  aaaaa  ^mmmmjjjilmmijm  mmggggm  _____  MM  m  alias


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