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 I . 1  I ALLTaHE NEWS"  B of the CSSSTON '  |        DISTRICT      |  Ai? Rofu3������ fn Bast aiid west Kootenay I-^eao to Creston  X T  z. njcr        _ra^*^*a     ^^s__ s9     ;��������� B a   I   ^Sa,  b b   *__ _f  ftflSBL#!B9HB__.''***-''-' -  ' "   J --^  iru-m.' ���������"       *f~*~^TnmMm^_r.I_r*       '   ' "SS  i  _f  j   $2,00^a. "YEAI  No.r   5th   Year.  4������"������ v������ ���������*-A<-������*s*������y~������ fkT  ���������.'���������.>Ajj'.a, ji  ATTr**.  *_*s  Single Copies 5c.  fulfil-  ,���������fE T1KTU  LVlilLHliL lAllLll  BF W  BY A KG.  Evidence U������ lawfully Ob-  ? tafned by Of fleers  Y. . ,..   .-.':. \  Is Charged  HERE AND THERE  . Evidence as to where the local inter-  dicts,?of whom there has been a number _f arrests for drunkenes-? recently  haver--been obtaining their liquor, is  thought to be  in possession  of tlie  government   ofgeiais.     The? greatest  precautions to maintain secrecy-in ths  matter has been taken by H.  Weber,  the magistrate and Policeman G. M.  Gunn. and just what'evidence they,  and van aiiedged secret   service man  have obtained is n ot known.     Most of  the ^evidence is said to have, been obtained   laist  Friday    night,    behind  looked doors, much to the anger of  the crowd who, went down to. hear  the proceedings of the court.  v "Many complaints have been made  about the lateness of the hour at which  the proceedings were held and because  the public was barred.      A friend; of  oiite-bf'the arrested men, who tried to  obtais admittance to the?room to give  bail j?������:?, hk������^^  , edtoiti the charge ot contempt of court  i^ysjthe prisauers.were-bcihg sweated  and' that   b tbet^illegal actions were  being done by. .the officials   to obtain  evidence.    He maintain.'!' tbat Tuck,  W. A. Sullivan's book  keeper..? is.a  witness in the matter and that be wiis  put into the cell, with; the prisoners  with whiskey, for the purpose of. loosening their tongues so that they, would  be more free in telling where they obtained the intoxicant's,    Both. .Gunn  and Weber deny knowing about this  and they maintain that they were in  the right in the law with everything  tliftt was done on Friday night.  Tho oftlcors say that thoy have the  evidence, but refuse to divulge who is  involved and how they obtained the  evidence. They say tho case is no\y  in tho hands of the officials higher, up.  'I The trial was to come oil1 this morning  with a Kings counselor to handle the  ni'iw'Rtihioi] but tlie case lias now been  postponed to a later day.  Clarence S. Darrow, the, Chicago law-  yer, was found not guilty last Saturday  of the charge of bribing a jury in the  McNamaia case which concerned the  blowing up of the Los Angeles Times  Building- The jury was out just thirty-  four rSTnutes and one ballot was taken,  each juror voting not guilty.  It is highly probable that the Dominion government will take over the pro-  po8ed"park on Mount Revelstoke as a  national pas;k. ..-..'���������'���������  A deal has recently been concluded  whereby .the English syndicate that  owns and operates the LeRoi No. 8, of  Rossiand, and ti^e Van-JEt-ti mines' of  Slocan has acquired for the sum. of $200-  000 -wiensive deposits oi copper. oh the  ..r.A.t-4-.  f^xr.%. *\t  13������v������t������v.4Av,������.   TMA-Ja*.   ' *}fl    milao  uw..^   ������.������s*J^,  va,    mf^fj, ^m^*..     .....^..f      ....      .��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� wfc..  from the Sevmour Arm of Shuswa������  Lake. The purchasers will proceed at  once to spend $500,000 in developingHhe  T������������'nTii������rf.v  x e~..j .  he Spanish swindler "prisoner" has  offered his fortune to Jim Lee, a Bonners i!e������'?y CiiJJiOjSo   Juuuui'yiiiaii.    . A he  letter has the- usual form and starts with  LOCAL NEWS  O. O. S., SIGNAFIES ORA-NBRCok  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  Tom Mawson haB begun to raise the  rafters of his residence. The house is  to be fitted with a furnace and a hot and  cold water system, and is to be modern  in every Bense of the word.      t  ti. ���������The O.Q.S. Oonsssny. of Orati brook  v  is disposing of several branches 'of their  business, aud bargains galore, is the order of the day in. Oraubrook. Creston  folks should get on the inside, a letter  to the CO. S. will bring all the information necessary regarding the special  prices. Iro.u beds are seliiag at 12/75  Dressers and stands at, $14.  Tapestry Bugs  any size  ������ o*-<)_!,ft.-   Mens suit- 55.85.   Hau-  the Words, "'Dear Sir and Relative:  Although I know of you only from good  references of my mother, May May Lee'  etc. The Chinaman thinks the letter  ������good joke and is having lots of fun  showing it so both his American friends  and his countrymen,    ti. '  Bonners Ferry is to sidewalk its main  street' with: cement??  The ceremony or plantiug^ the first  pOst oil ?tbe^ Mdttfcfi^^ JEvevelstok* ?^pihe  motor road took place on Wednesday.  .--. -. ' -      .    . --    ���������-��������� - -,. ��������� - --���������     . . ���������*  The corner stone of the new wing of the  Victoria hospital at Revelstoke was also  laid on the'morning of the same day.  Xjipoieutn one sq. yaro,  f.:~s.  n..f\ si? /in  0���������������C?   ifJXif <������\J������ U*5/,  dreds ot pairs of mens shoes going at  half price. Real closing out price** oh.  everything, $5.00. will do the work of $10  Jl..~1X   -������...~~-t 1.   AA.������~     _..-*~._4.-..*������A���������     J.^      U%.������.  U.UJLA   CJ  U.CAIUUIA   tAJAO    V1JI.'AJ4; A.AAAAAAJ   - ������U      A/AAJ  at less than manufacturers prices. Very  special prices on lace curtains, arch curtains, window fixtures, all sale prices  aire _Y O. B.. Cranbrook, no charge for  packing.  .-,4a l-a  &*-/���������"������  The Canadian Pacific dining cstf*  its supply of floVers for the tables from  Creston. S. S. Pairhead is the grower.  ���������Mre. Attridge of Erickson is now  urepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Gall at the  home of M. U. Palmer. 88-tf  Chester R. Paulson, wife, and mother  Mrs. P. A. Paulson who have been  spending the haying Season st the Paulson ranch near Kitchener, stopped a day  in Creston on their way to their home  in S pokane in their big touring car,  ���������Economy Can Sealers, finest in the  world, for sole by the Creston Hardware  & Furniture Co., sole agents in the  Kootenay Vaiiey.  T. M, Conway, chief Btewart on ihe  steamer Kuskauook, on his return fron*  his vacation trip to Detroit Michigan,  stopped off in Creston Tuesday to look  fitter the interests of bis ranch.  Mrs.   John   Arrowsinith   and  MiSB  . ">   -  Erne Arrowsmith went to Nelson "Wed-  nesday for a visit.  ���������Full 8toc_ of whale oil aoap and  quassia chips at the Mercantile,  F. H. Smith and Jack Hobden are  haying at the Reclamation farm this  this week.* :   -  ���������Men's working shoes, $1.60 at Mir-  abeiiies   .  F. Callander, ErwinSimmonde. A. S.  FitzGerald, returned with about 80  pounds of trout from a trip up Summit  CiTeek.  ���������Full stock of whale oil soap auu  quassia chips at the Mercantile.  ���������"We are unloading a  ear of new  Timothy Hay.   Fii-sb Class -Quality.  S. A. Speers.  George Hendren has secured the contract for building the Canyon City  school house.  ���������WA-TtEjl?���������well  bred    heifer or  cow ia.calf for winter u se.P. O. box 56  Thief Makes Peculiar  Selections at Alice Siding  FOR SALE���������2nd hand Mo!ine wagon  in good condition. Accept cash or trade  far light wagon. P. O. box B6  Harry   Rynhell of Kitchener was a  J. Harris and family andR. Long of  Lethbridgo, who have been spending a  months vacation-in Creston, living in  R. FitzGerald's honse on the ranch, returned to their -U>_i6g lest Saturday.  t  :>j._ ���������Good    Doherty     organ  for sale  Mrs. Thompson who has been visiting  for the month past at the home of her  brother W. H. Crawford, left Monday  for Vancouver.  ���������Before I bad a license I sold shoes  with a profit of 10 per cant now I moke  5 per cent.   A. Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  RF_FR������_TS������li-  E UNITE  MmJmm9  s_:_-S a_-  ffmff%*m,m\Sm ������ ei_lt_  ER w ILL COM  Mrs. E,B. J.- Walton and Miss Oa-ier  of Nelson, were visiting at thf) J. Cook  home on Tuesday, ���������  viRit^-l_ t^tra^'W^oiresday.   **      ^{ Price reasonable.���������lA-pply Brug Store,  ��������������� _ r  ^ommiLteeSYWorKing ior  BigiLabor Ddy Celebration  Miss O. E. Crompton soiled from-33ug.  land ou the 16th and is expected to arrive in Creston sometime next week for  a visit with her brother J. A. P. Crompton.  ���������f  D, W. Briggs of Portland, Oregon,  President of the Canyon City Lumber  Company, spent a few days the first of  the week in Creston.  H.A. Graham of Port Hill.  Weds Pittsburg Girl  A courtship beguu 20 yoats ago in tlie  Fourth ward nohool lu PittHlmrg, Ph.,  wiih comciiled with amarilngo mromony  In Sppkano Inst Thursday afternoon, in  which tho happy bride, who had waller!  patiently all the*-'* year* for tlio umu oi  ht-r ohoioo, emtio to tho inland Empire  inctropoliM to* have (ho knot Und. The  part I h to tho ceremony woro Harry II.  G^iiiiiiin, a prosperous rancher of Fori  Hill aud Mi.H Edna U. Manley of Puts-  ^.ir^.���������SpokcHiniin Itovlow.  Anoient chinaware, a dictionary and  other books, principally reference workB  are amoug the articles removed from the  home of F.G. Dexter, the sohool teacher  at Alice Siding, while'he and  his wife  were away on the summer vacation at  Victoria ona Vancouver.    Valuable articles that could have boen exohanged  for ready cash were overlooked   while  book-* to Pint.the longinga bf a scholar  and china that would satisfy a collector  of mioiont articles wero taken    Mr. and  Mrs. Dexter returned irom their vacation  list Suuday and found a door   to thoir  home forced aud their heirlooms  taken.  They regret the lo-w of tho china uot so  much for its actual vuluo but because it  Wixf* akoopmilco.  A partial liHt ot tho stolen articles aro  8 blue Staffordshire platen, 1 blue 8tul������  foi'fhiri) basin, 1 Spodo oreuui jug, <i  China ooffoo huuooih. Among tlio boolcb  were a Latin dictionary,   ' Deeds Tlmt  The comraittees are hard at work  to  make  fcheXabor  Bay  Celebration  a  grand  success.    Besides  the   splendid  local donations to the fund, many > contrabutions   mostly in  the form of cash are coming in from wholesale  dealers  and  manufacturers  that  recieve  Creston  patronage.    In a  few  days  one  of the  finance  committee will make a soliciting  trip among the ranchers-    A large sum is wanted  and  will  be obtained to make the prizes in the sports  worth  competing for so as to attaact a large number of participants.    The  order has been placed fot plenty of advertising matter which  will be out iu a few clays. , The men at the back of the celebration   are  determined  that  nothing  shall  be waning to  make this the best celebration that Creston has  ever  given.  iMrnmiin   nmr<  tflJEUUII-U    DELL0  Moran-Vogliatio  J. B. Moran of Creston and Mary  Vogliano of Pittsburg were married  at Pittsburg on the 29th day of July  by Geo. J. Campbell,Judge of Orphans  Court, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.  Won tho Empire,  '���������Tudor yuoons,  A; Mini belli lu   having   un   uiUl'.tim  built to his ahoo shop.  T. D Bunco mado a bunbiOFB trip to  Ciiiiibioolt, Monday.  *  Bomoono ban burrow ol half of ilu  biink'A Uro ladder. It will bo appreciated If it ii returned at onoo.)  Byrou'ri Works, Reiidlng-i iu English  Lltomtuiv, Tho Britibh Nation, (Wronp)  Anoieut HiHlofcy for Beginners, Fifth  Render, 2 French Books, and a French  Grammar,  IMia only thing taken that in boliovcd  to ordinarily attract a burglar that has  boon mlHuod ia a revolver. Most of the  boolo" havo Mr, Dexlor's nnipo vviittcn  iii thoiu.   Tho boeJiH could pct,.*,ibly have  4  Meen dlripoBetl of at a second hand book  .lure.  Mr. aud Mir,  Ed.    Mnlliuu-ainn   left  reston on Wedneriil.i"* brWiudornure.  Mr.-^Miillaiuliioo whoso work as general manager ul' tin' Columbia Valley Iril-  ,-itted Liuidti Co., kropt* hlni iu tho vicinity of ita land at tho   head of tho Co-  luniblii and at tbo   townsito Invoiuiero  which Ih being promoted by hla company  uinne to Croflton hint week on  acoount  ot Ul health.   Fooling however that ho  iouM  no   longer  stay  away from his  worlc, ho went back Wednesday talcing  Mi*k. Malhuidaiiio with him.   Tho com-  puny^fDr   which   Mr.    Mnll'induhio i"  inuiir.gor lit putttug 50,000 iinw* under  irrigation.    At proRent thoro are  10,000  ueroH whoro tho work Imi tioon lliiinhed,  having over M milcH ol canala buaidos  many miloo  of cnllntoral dltcheH.  --All kinds of vegetables and fruit for  flulo. I will dolivor your order. Jim  Keo Oroeton.  Vera Smith returned Wednesday from  a vlBlt of Hevoral weeks with her sister  at Sund Point, Idaho.  Mrs. W. M. Mustgrovo of Oiinuore.  Alberta, is vibiting at the homo of her  brothers here, Frank and George Brod-  erlok.  Ml*. Moran, proprietor of the Creston  Hotel surely gave his many Creston  fi'tand** a Hiirprlso lust Saturday by v������ji-  turiiing  from  a suppusodiy business  trip to Pittsburg, his old home, with a  bride and  three children.    Although  lie has not lived in Pittsburg for many  years,  Mv.   Moran bau made   many  trips to his homo city and it was in  one of those trips that ho met tho woman who is now his wife.     Hearing  that hib friend had become widowed,  Mr.  Moran   wont back to Pittoburg  last winter on a quest similar to  the  one that called him this time, but it  was then unsuccessful owing to   the  recent death of hor flrafc husband.  R.X. T. Galbraith, Indian  Agent, Makes Tertiporary  SetUement  A settlement of tha boundry question  of the Indian reservation will probsblr -  soon be effected.   A special ludiau C6s&������  .missioner, appointed by the Dontfnion *  government is to make as isvestin*aiiOHi  of the conditions here and ia aecGrdasca  with  bis recommendation,    the bouh-'  dzy lines will be fixed, accosding to a  statemenij made by B. L. T. -Gaibraijb,  Indian Agent, from Fort Steel, who wfcft  in Oreston on Friday and  Satujday ot  last week to make a  temporary rsttle-  ment of the haying troubles on fjse flats  arridng from the foot tJiai. the-A-e axe' no  dsSnite limits ta the rsscrvsiibti ssd.  that the Indians, who huve & satsssl  a version to the white msa have besj-  puttiag themselves is. his -?fsy at/ svsry  ^opportunity, even to driving him from  his cut iiielti of hayon ihe' governmeac  land.    J. A.  McKenna is tbe special  Indian commissioner who is to make tha  investigation.   He will go over tho records   at   Viotoria pretainlng   to the.  matter and also visit the reservation.  The r^on-there is no.aeflpit? fe->na-  dry at the present time, to the' reservation is because a number of years ago  the reservation waa thought to bet to  small for the nomber-of tuSia,V9 and ������ae  government gave them the privilege of  wcrkiag thi? Issd outside cf the reservation on government property* ^h������th67  or not Mr. McKenna will ma_<9 the  reservation larger than the eld limits,  Mr. Galbraith says he does not know  bat he believes that the reservation will  '   /  be made larger because the government*  has seen fie to permit the Indian- to qa  outside of tho old limits.  t  There has been some trouble too oi  the IndiauB killing game out of uea������oo.  Mr. Galbraith says that Indiana have to  be largely handled as children. He  tellB them that the game laws are made  for their own good as well ae the white  man's, and for an example-he toiiB them  how tlio buffalo which ht������v-ij vwid������ev4  In thouBando over the prairieji, hat now  become extinct through being killed  without regard to aoafloaend number.  Mr. Galbraith believes ttjoto wijl bo  uo moro troublo with th^*, IntWaug be*  tween now aud the time when the Vch-  eivatiouboundaries ore fixed.  Exhibition  Education  (ii'oi'ge .ItiluiHOii nnd liiinlly ii'tiiineil  ycHtorday from Hevelatoko whoro they  I havo boon apondliiK thoir vacation.  -���������You get I've per rent   fl,nrount   at  Tiiw C>i**m B'iokk.  Hobort Turner has had a telephone  luatuUod athiii vauoh. Ills call is Mk.  ���������Just arrived, anothor nliipment of  TI. Parker of Plnohoi Crook, who pin- ������������ *<*< tea.   The Oeuh 9*-w  ohanod Eranlc Brodorick'tn place ih well  HAtullod with bin buy aud has btarloil iho 1    Tho phono cull for Guy Lowonborgi  loonntrttotlon ot a new barn. *ii������������.vlj. ;��������� oiI..j  Oibbs-McBean  Kilward   Clement   Glbba and   Miss  Florence May Mo Bean woro married  .it Hie CJiooiuy lioiie.* Inul f_)iiluii..iy  I'viuiing by August 17 by itov. Fred h.  Carpenter. This match although long  expected camo a������ a siirpfiso t<*������ moRfc of  Ci'eHton'H iiiliiibitantH. Mr, (Hbhu is  the aceoiuodatlng PoHtmiiHter, tho  brldo in the ainter nf W. McBoan, drug-  glht, fm whom ������lu������ uiw boon keeping  boiuie. Both t he brldo and tho groom  ���������Blare well  thought of hi  OroHtou   nlr-  Spokauo, Aug. 20���������To tho ordinary  farmer a boot ia a beet but if he putu  them on dli-play nt the Interstate fair.  this full he will find out more about that  ������  boot than he oan iu yoara of actual grow-  h������!!*,,������ ������nyw A. A. Kolley, Nu-twyvintendent  of the grain and vegoUUo donirtmnut  of tho Spokane Interstate fair. "The  farmer may think he hon tbe beit beet  in tho land but whon ho exhibit! it ho  flnds that it laoka some aymetrioal linen  whioh make a beet a beet.   Tbo oxhlbi-  Um: lalwiiyi* luuiui* uiui^ ib_Ai uo the p������0������  pie who jniit view the vegetable* and  groin.   It In au education whioh an en-  r,*nm,win ���������***���������������������>*������**��������� *wa.*������n*%l nWiwA ���������*������ #H������������������������''l������v*ill������"*  _    '���������-"-      J-'i  /  MiiMfaiiiiaiiiiawiff  ii,.,1,11,1, i.i.i an,., ii������,.������M,������.���������,i������ilii,h. mil, ia,lllliilllMillli_ Mini llli������lMllWl<������W������'llM������<lll������lllllll������������������IMlia������llWMW  ���������HHMIi  *********  9M  M______]ftii __TE' '(^E^STOM"'-&EWEW/-  CBESTON,    B.C.  6  j  .. ....>���������,..', *.,.,,  .,. ........,  -���������    }  'T-PvTrr  T-rt'-~r~"'  -----flpc--  ~~ :--b-^  -,   -^. -  ._._i-i_  if  FRED  M. WHITE  .LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO- LIM-THD  brary for a cigar. Tie would have |jgH  given anything tc have had May back  ������galn, for once she was.:������_der-'hla  "p_f, the way looked perfectly clear.  He was still weighing the pros and  cons when Copley strode angrily into  the library.  He had   entered   unannounced   and  ooked   at  Sir  George  with   the  light  | of battle  in his eye.       He  stood   an  ; iir.ppsing,  bullying  figure.       But the  master of the house was not afraid,  i What ia the meaning of this? Copley demanded. I hope you are not  trying jto shirk your obligations, because if you do, by gad, I shall have  to-teach vou a lesson.  You mean about the colt? Sir  Gecrge asked.  Of course 1 do. what else could 1  mean? You promised he should be  scratched this afternoon. It hadn't  been done when 1 left London.at six  o'clock.      Why?  Sit down and have a cigar. Sir  George said, and I'll explain to you.  And please don't adopt that tone to  me. because I don't like it. 1 am uot  accustomed to it.  Copley burst into an offensive  laugh.  Oh. don't you! he said. We'll  p*������'cious soon see about that. No.  I -Jon't -want a eigar or anything to  drink. I'll go home again and perhaps I can and another way���������  I don't think it will make much difference, Sir George said mildly. I  didn't scratch tht colt for the simple  reason that 1 find 1 haven't the power.  Haven't the power? What is the  man  talking about?  I assure you 1 am speaking the  truth. I wasn't in the least aware  of it. myself till this afternoon. It  is quite a story  in its way.    Now do  !i__:--r_ll  (Continued.)  She didn't put up with it, Sir George  corfessed raiserahly. She has gone.  She left home this morning, taking  with her nothing but her mother's  je* els which she intends to turn into  money. In he- letter to me she refuses to Siiy where she is. She says  she is golnp, to get her own living and  wi,s never come back to Haredale. She  must know what took place between  Copley ani me last night, for she alludes to something she overheard in  thr- library. I wonder if you can  help me?  Fielden   groaned  aloud.        He   had  not expected a bitter disappointment  line this.      He had thought the matter out very carefully.      He was anx- j  ?ous   to   avoid   scandal.       Of   course  th?   public   would   have   to   hear   the [  Btrange story  which, like a romance, i  -lcthr-d  tbe    Blenheim    colt. But I  Sucre    was    nothing    in    that   to    be j  ashamed of. nothing which would j >>*ease, sit down and listen. The  reiieee eitler on the honor of Sir : j_a������> you kiio**' as Field is the son of  George or himself. Nor would thej^, 0*?t5 fri-.nd of mine named Fielden  vast army of race-goers suffer. But j wao at olie ,jme. owned a consider-  the disapoearance of May had altered ' aD*.e amount ol property hereabouts.  all that. People would ask questions j You may have heard some of the  and neighbors were sure to talk. For I neighbors "speak of him. The son  a moment it seemed to Fieideu as if j preferred not to be known by his  his efforts had been wasted, then an ! proper name, and that is why I in-  S_i?piration shot into his mind and he j froduced him to you as Field. Now  .r-ok comfort from it. i pield, or Fielden." whichever you like  I think I know where to find her. j tu call him is really the owner of the  he said. But it may take me a few j Blenheim colt. If vou will be quiet  days and, meanwhile, you had better | x will teU VGtt all a_out it.      By the  OLD   GOD  OF   THE  CAR  A Grouch's StCi'y  ti- A coupit   of old, grouches were ono  viiigbt speaking'of an'old friend, who  >-ftpon his marriage, took up his residence in another city.       One of the  grouches, had recently visited the old  friend,  and   naturally   the   other   old  grouch wanted news of the Benedict.  v .Is it true    that   he   is    henpecked?  ���������asked the second' grouch.  .?������������������! wouldn't say just that, grimly responded thf* first grouch, but I'll tell  you of a uttle incident in their, household   tthat   came  within   my   observation.     The very first morning I spent  with  them, our old  friend  answei-ed  the  letter carrier's  whistle.       As he  returned to us, in the breakfast-room,  he carried a letter in his hand. Turn-  lug to his wile, he said���������  A'lette.* for me, dear.      May I open  it?  ksc  Whenever you feel a headache coming an take  NA-DRU-CO Hea<-act-������ Wafers  They stop headaches promptly and surely. Do not contain  opium, morphine, phenacetin, acetanilid or other dangerous  d/ugs.   "25c. a bos at your Druggist's.    , j^g  NAT-OKA*. -S-iUa AND  CHEMICAL CO.  OF CANADA.   LII-illTED.  9:  mtmm  Tate of the Decay of Juggernaut the  Grim '  Persois whose tender childish  years were nurtured upon tales ot  the unforgettable car of Juggernaut,  beneath the wheels of which pious  Hindus flung themselves to be mangled into immortality will hardly read  without a pang of regret the following report from the ancient city of  Puri, three hundred miles south of  Calcutta, where Juggernaut has had  his  shrine  since  1198 or earlier.  At one place by the walls, says the  Christian Herald, is a great figure  of Juggernaut, carved in relief, and  standing eighteen feet high. An almost horrible object it is. glossy  black except for Us ape-like face,  which is brilliant red. Devout pilgrims pl-ice fruit or rice before it.  press their forehead*.*, to its feet, and  pass ou, confident that they have appeased this god on their long journey to the Hindu's paradise.  ie   -.vails   of   the   temple  ������������  HEAD OFFICE,      VVINNIPE-  This  company  nets in the capaoltv'"������"  TRUSTEE,     EXECUTOR,     ADMINISTRATOR  ���������i_u we snan be glad to torward copy of    our    Booklet    "tiomethl_s  rbout Trusts. Trustees and Trust,Companies." on request  money to Loan on farm property at current rates  of interest  Wome:-i and Asthma ���������Women are  numbered among the sufferers from  asthma hy the countless thousand*-.'  In every climate they will be found,  helpless in the grip of this relentless  disease unless they have availed  themselves of the proper remedy. "Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought, new hope and life to many  such. ".Vsti menials, sent entirely  without implication, show the enormous benefit it hns wrought among)  wom<. . fiery where.  rausnap.ts of thi;? yeas*1?, great ear  i. *?- i-zs lies ���������HC      V |L  let,  it  be  known   that  has  gone  M ay-  awe y on ? visit. We. will assume!  that she is staying with Miss Cardel I  for tlie present.. I need not detain '  you longer. You will know what to j  do when Copley turns up to ascertain ,  why the Blenheim colt has not been ���������  scratched. For obvious reasons we;  won't make the discovery public just \  yei; in fact. I see no reason why it j  shculd  be  made  public at  all.       Wei  way. Fie!'?* i knows a good deal  about you '.nd also about your friend  Foster. He ran against you iu  South Africa, where he was in part-  oeiship with a man called Aaron Phillips. 1 don't know Mr. Phillips myself, but he tells a story which interested me very much. 1 have just  had it from 3_r. Fieldeu's lips. But  i-.it  down  .���������heels,  eight  feet   in  diametetr and  a foot thick, mounted on axles twenty  two feet long and fourteen inches in  diameter. One pictures the car as  carved from costly wood, black with  age, ornameuted with gold aua set  with  precious   stones. ">  In fact, a new car is built every  year, iu which the god journeys the  two miles for a fortnight's rest at  his garden or country house. Vast  number o* pilgrims grasp the ropes  aud the car moves slowly forward  to the cheers of thousands of spectators. But the heavy wheels cut  deep Into ihe sand and it slows down  aad stops. Interest lags, the priest  now accepting a mere touching of the  Copley   -_t   down   suddenly.       His! *'������  coolies  complete  the    journey,    two  weeks being sometimes necessary to  traverse the two miles, and an even  -Uilyiug a*r.feii nvv���������y  rtym  itiui  ������*���������? j greater   time   to  return.       The  Brit-  med to have some j isil Government    now    prevents    the  1**rHI������    I-.-A    hie    rM- 1    . . f. . .    ... -. _.. _,     ���������    ���������             *-=.-*-        ���������T        i saennce oi  me unuer tne car, which  I Sar.      air George could almost have j proljaDly accounts for the decline of  the  festival.  ���������^an trust May and I am sure we can \ ������������������  ���������rust RafTe. though  vou will have to j T~sarmenF    ""e iee  tall  Coplev  the  truth.       Still,  as he ) Acuity in getting  will  be in other hands before    long, j ���������ar        g-r ^.^--p c  _d*hl-s he can say or do will matter [ g^Yled  as hV saw  the" change" in his  m_ch.       And   now   I   will   wish   you j one_tlme frfend.      There was a look  feood  afternoon.       I  am  going up to < of ansjetv. almost of anxious misery-  London and shall    be    greatly    disap-; ,u Copley's eves as he wriggled about  pointed if, when I come back, I don t ; in h{s chair wh|lst sir George told his  taring you newn of May.  Fielden took his departure, leaving  A 1       *m t- /������-   -4,-AAt .G*_ A**.*-  *-������    ������-***-wW*.i������jr     w*^*������  The late Will McConnell, an ad  Vance agent and a Broadway charac  ter of much renown, was standing in  the baggage room of a railroad station in company with, Mel Stoltz, another advance agent. They were  waiting to have their trunks checked.  Presently ;i baggage handler passed,  'pushing a sample trunk, which according io Stoltz, was about nine feet  long aud about two feet wide.  For the love of Mike! ejeculated  Stoltx, what do you suppose the owner of that trunk  sells?  I don't know, said McConnell, but  from the shape of that package I'd  say bowling aiieys.���������Kansas City  Times.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Sir George to his own troubled  thoughts. He was properly ashamed  of himself. He knew what, a humiliating figure he had cut. He  know how two people, whose opinions  he valued highly, despised him. Yet  in spite of everything, himself includ-  ������4, he was glad to know that he  would be compelled to keep faith with  tbe public He was glad to know-  that within a few days Copley would  have no further power to harm him.  And he hud  known  all  along, juggle  with his conscience as he might, that  , old Raffle had been perfectly correct  1 ln regard to the colt.    Notwithstanding the folly of that    appearance    at  -Mirst Park, the colt was not so lame  as he had made out and in a week or  two would be all right again.      At the I  present moment. If he risked a thou-  , band or two   th^re was absolute cer-  i ta'nty he  would get It back fifty-fold  i at   the   great   Epsom   Meeting.       As  A Joke by Mansfield  Julia Marlowe, the charming Shake-  tajg j spearean actress, tells a story at the  And there vou have it in a nutshell, expense of the less brilliant members  the latter concluded. There is the ]..Of her profession. The late Richard  whole ronr-me- for vou to deal with 'Mansfieia'E company ?.had been r'e-  as vou lik*>.       It doesn't matter a bit I hearsing  more   or  lejBs  faithfully   for  an hour when the hypercritical star  himself arrived unexpectedly. For  several seconds Mr. Mansfield watch-  whether I want to serve you or not.  ycu can see for yours-?!* the position  I am in ai-d how powerless I am to  prevent the Blenheim colt from run- j *<��������� the rehearsal���������his expressive face  nmg in th-F year's Derbv. ln any I naming ihe gamut of emotions. "Wait  case. Mr. FieHen would "not consent: a minute���������wait a minute," impatiently  even if he hadn't backed the colt to | called out the pompous stage manager. Where are those two jackasses that are supposed to come down  .r._>.   a..lj   aaa   Lino   gn i is   Cue: i iici e-  upon   Mr.   Mansfield   abruptly   interrupted him.      Go on���������go on with the  hid last penny. And you may de-  rend upon it that if the horse starts  he >s bound to win. tor in this year's  moderate 'it there is nothing to beat  him.      I know you will be very much  annoved to hear this, for it upsets all | scene, he. ordered authoritatively,  vour*plans, but you will find that I Then he turned to the stage manager  everything  I  say  is    correct.       You   and Patted his  Japs Want Longer Legs  The attempts now being made to  lengthen the legs of Japanese schoolchildren, so that eventually the stature of the race may equal that of the  European and American, were des- "j  cribed to the City Club recently by ���������  Harvey N.  Shepard, of Boston.  Mr. Shepard had just completed a  globe-encircling trip, which was devot-  e:1 to study of local self-government.  Children in Japan now sit upon  chairs instead of squatting, he declared. Thib is being doue as an  attempt to make their legs grow longer.  Japanese surgeons say that the  trunk of a Japanese is as large as  that of a European, but that the  former's legs are much shorter, making the race of Nippon appear decidedly smaller. If the legs of several  generations can be stretched by using  chairs, instead of the old custom of  squatting, the Jap will be as tall as  men of other nations.  ine j_oaciiiig Flal^o:mi  The present generation of Western farmers will never know the  difficulties and v xatU ns experienced by their predecessors in the  eariier years when no one couid get a carload of grain shipped in  bulk except cy io.vdlng It through an elevator. The system forced  the majority of farmers to sell their grain to the elevator owners  at arbitrary rricis, and oft times to submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now however  the distribution o! -ars as fixed by the Grain Act? and the use of the  loading platform, paovide facilities which enable the farmer to secure  satisfactory ireai.i-3t.nt in the disposal of his grain, and the highest  imarket prices at time of sale. Every farmer therefore, should more  and more eudeavor to use the loading phtform in shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators. It is the safeguard ot the farmers' freedom in disposing of his grain to the best advantage for himself. If  farmers refrain Iroin using the loading platform freely, it might result in jts being done away with, becauro railway companies and  elevator "owners are strongly opposed to iv. It is easy to understand why elevator people desire the loading platform abolished.  The railway 'eOple on their" part say it delays the loading of cars  and helps to cauEe car shortage. ihis we know to be nonsense,  because frequently after cars are loaded whether with grain, coal  lumber or other merchandise", they are sidetracked for days and even  weeks instead of being promptly moved forward to destination. It  is engine shortage ^,nd shortage ot competent train men that mostly  causes gram 1 lockade3 on railways and not lack of cars. Let every  farmer therefore, d. all he can to use t.e loading platform and become an iudepejide-nt shipper. In subsequent advertisements we  will state in detail the savings and other advantages of direct loading into cars  compared with loading through  elevators.  We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make liberal  advances on car bills of lading, supervise the grading at time cars  are inspected, sec-ure the highest prices at time of sale and make  prompt returns when sold. Write us for shipping instructions and  market information.  rf%.T"  ���������sr  No man or woman should hobble  painfully about because of corns when  so certain p. relief is at hand as Hol-  .oway's Corn Cure.  Sir George pondered the situation, hla  mind was equally divided between  nhiuiie ano exultation. He did not  fall to see hit* conduct in its proper  lliiht, nor did he fail to see an honourably way out. with credit to him-  relf and a good many thousands in  his pocka' He sat. thinking until  it wan time for his solitary dinner.  .Mo hud proved everything to his sat-  Snfactlon before'ho returned to the 11-  have still time to get out.  How car I*7 Copley asked.     Why I  shoulder. I don't  think It will be necessary to have  those   two   jackasses   brought   in   at  nave  laid  agains.  the  colt'till  1  am   a"-      It looks to me as it th,ere were  Treatment  ������ired of it anl if he runs he'll win  ���������3ut It is no use my stitlng here wast-  iiig your time and mine. I must go  back at once and talk this thing over  with Foster. I never heard such an  extraordinary story in my life. I  tnought I was uj. to most, of the  moves, but a prophet couldn't have  foreseen th.s. There is one thing  ���������ery certain, as matters have turned  out I shall want every penny I can  scrape together the next few days  ir.d I shall look to you to repay what  yoii owe im". Of course, I don't want  ===^to be impkusant, but necessity knows  no law.  Sir Georce waved his cigar gracefully. H������ felt he could,promise with  at   easy mind.  Oh. don't lei that trouble you, he  said. I think ��������� shall he able to man-  .���������igt. Circumstances    alter    cases.  .\nist you  really  go?  (To bo Cnntinupdi  Odd Occurrence  TIow extraordinarily attentive Bowser is to tho lady he took to dinner.  That's  his  wife.  I said his -mention waa extraordinary.���������K.v.eh.'inj;i'.  enough on the stage already.  His Accompllohment  Our new bookkeeper scorns to have  a wonderful grasp of detail,  ;      That'1.*,    rij-yh',   dfelirred    Uio    lunlnr  j pai-iier.       Ilo  knows the records  or  i jiiOMt ol tlie niillplayors.  Use for Chinese Temples  In Canton and Honan there are a  large number of temples to the memory of numerous deities about whom  nothing or very little is known, and  the only time one ever hears of them  is once a year, when the priests are  celebrating the birthday of the god or  other festival. The new Government is of the. opinion that without  alienating public opinion or causing  ill feeling many of these temples  could be put to a much more useful  purpose by being given into the hands  of the eduoational commiHRloner to  turn into schools. Tho matter is  receiving attention and the funds  hitherto paid to a number of lazy  priests and caretakers ia to he devoted  to education. AIbo the many celebrations held on tho birthdays of the  various gods arc to bo canceled and  the only festival/ of this kind to he  held  are tlio  Confucian  cclohrutioiiu,  Spanking Inspiration  Olie was recalcitrant and she was  wise. Mamma had certain rules for  punishing her irrespressibie offspring  and they were as unalterable as those  of the Medes of whom Olie had never  heard but whose rigor she understood.  So when Olie forgot mammal's commands one day and lingered too long  at, forbidden play she felt the coming  storm as she meandered home. Then  came an inspiration.  Aunt Annie, won't you spank me.  please? Olie fairly shouted at her  aimtle.  Why, Olie; what do 3'ou mean?  What have you done?  Then e���������me a tearful confession of  wrong-doing,  and  as  a climax:  Please, you spank me, Aunt Annie;  mamma nurts more than you do.  It is enly fair to state that Olie  escaped altogether this time.  Thompson sons & uompany  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCIUNTS  GRAIN   EXCHANGE? WINNIPEG, CANADA.  701-703 Y.  Until 1839 dogs were employed to  draw wagons through the streets of  London as they are now in parts of  Europe. ���������  School Inspector���������What was Napoleon's  most  famous  costume?  Kid���������His divorce suit.  Both Wrong  My wife still thinks I'm a treasure,  i  wish  mine did  a treasury.���������Satire.  She���������You said, before we were  niarried that my word should be law.  He���������That was- before I found out  that the law was unconstitutional.  Is it Possible  We information crave,  In fact we're advertising  For some good way to save,  Without economizing.  The population of Newfoundland-  has, increased 10 per cent. 1n the last  10 years.      It now reaches 242,000.  On an average Great Britain yields-  30 bushels of wheat to the acre; New-  South Wales, fifteen; the" United-  States, twelve; and Russia eight.  It is said that each year three thousand foreign waiters find employment  in England.  Seeing that the people' are rather-  slow in discarding thoir queues, Mr-  Chen Chao-chang, Tutub of Kirin,.  Manchuria, with the advice of tho-  local gentry has decided to open a-  Government barber shop in the city,.  where queues are cut free of charge-  Recent tests in Europe of the dur������  ability of various bronzes showed that  the wear was proportional to the eon������-  tent of tin.  Mlnarti'8  Liniment   Cures  Cows  Garget   In  <U.A#4_ViW  Applications  of Ctitl-  curc  Ointment  CT-ffffi  mmm 1!  mm'',-  Si2i������<_iacBHT*,  4I^___i_b *^���������fc_   mm ^^    ^^^ _p*__ |Mll|| __*i  E������V -i.-* Wil l-f ��������������� ���������&���������"������*, Ji /i ,rvfr  1U1 All Mill- Hi  Ff.7F.MA  . .[, ,t        Sure Thing  Tln''J'e !'.* orT'"' uinn I want to pr-o  pad.'Ue his own canoe.  '.vim ih unit':  'I lie man v*ho thinks It'a funny to  tuck tin- lHi;it.- -I'.xdiang'.'.  M.-iklng Himself at Home      .   [  Doi-Ih w;i:i iiulliiiit over a jvceiit. nd-  ditlnii m il.o family und rushm! oui. of  iln- hoiisi' ir ti'll I lie news to it. jiiu'H-  iii)*   nclglil or.  oil, you d-ui't. know what we've ���������.���������oi.  'l|.)M!ilfn!  What    hi   It?  li'i-i a  new  lic.li.v brother!���������-������������������'uul  hMo  upon   lii'i* heels  nilil   fold-  III     v\ 11 I (  11     I 111 ���������    iii     '  I  .  i.-.iv   ho!   lu   Im   i.olii*.';   in  Describing negro labor on tho railways of tho south, a southern railway ollicial t-'uyn that a lender must  ho provided for each gang of workers, nnd that ho must ho glflod with  a good voice. Ho    uhor    a    chant  which cnablcH the mon to work In  unison. Every pick rliios and lulls  nt iho Hum.! Instant in time with the  rhythm o!! tlio tiong of tho louder,  siiya tho railway man, and It. is kiii*-  prlslng to note tho speed with which  work enn l.o dono hy this moium.  ..|t|..i|   li'iel:  ,l   :i. r   ti.-i: ni  Vim   ii,i, 'l  In thlrty-ilvo yours Uiiiglund Iiuh  lout ('.,','!(> acres1, hy eronlon, but this  has hei.n moro than made up hy tlio  new Iniul which hns formed during  t hni   t \n\?<   *������������������: Y^".".'��������� "ti'ti^' ���������������������������������������������' -- ���������  Churaclcr m shown in typowrillen  inunuHcrlptH, the sumo uh lu lutiul-  v I'll ten.       . ......i  A Novel Complaint  A real estate man was confronted  with a novel case of fault-finding the  other day, and la still a little puzzled  by it.  It appears that ho negotiated tlio  sale of a piece of land for a special  purposa Hoveral yours ago, und tlio  property, through neighborhood  change:', l.us become worth ton tlmea  what, the present owner paid for h..  Tlio other day the sanio man camo  ln and said he waivtod another lot  for a special purpose. Tho dealer  told him ho had the vory thing, adding thiil ho believed tho land would  lucrciiBo in vain.j ln tho sumo ratio  the first, had dono.  Not on your life, cried tlio prospective cuplonioi*. I bought, a !|t!1.000  lot, from you and It servos my purpose  us well ub If It cos*; twenty times as  much. Ins!end of paying tlio ax-  po us oh on il $',,000 lot, however. I am  .'.Hsessed on a $.10,000 ono and have no  posfllbli way of making up the difference. Sell mo u $:i,000 lot, I hat will  Htny put at .fll.OOO this Minn, and don't  you dure Biidfilo we with a hungry  vvlilto elephant."   i*..'.'-.t-wi.,. ..������������������*������������������������.������'������������������* <"*���������*��������� ,i-���������.-.������.  And the deulf/i* Im :itlll n, little d.'U'.ed.  i _ronch farmers find snail culture  a profitahlo uiitlorlsiUing. An inan.v  us bOO.OhO llrst I'Uitlllv Hi'iilh*. the  price of  which  throughout tho year  Jm.l.i.i......      ���������  -,.,, ,,,.,     ........      m-   Mild hy .Irnj'i*.' I, /uul ilmirr* wivninif,  i  >:i*r..l  ���������ainplii nf in.h. Willi H-lnilrii MwiMi't. or,  il,- -"n  mui ii.-i.nn, ii ..f ii,. -.kin. will'.<���������>������ i.i i������-"*-'" 'ii  ftOliU'-i'lMi li������"Ui.ll..in ..*'l)el>t, 'jU, ll'iiil'.ii. i   ,   ,v.  I   gill".".     'I,  ���������III     Ills    Itlllll'  ���������I'V  I l|iiUi:,llllllil.V.   I li:'(l  oil'  ... I.  M ii).-1 ','.  They  "'.   N.   U.   01?  -.:',������������������,���������   ������������������ '-���������'��������� '������������������''������ ii  !.-,-n|   in.in,   . ie   very   stoical  ;,i o   never   I nnwii   In  laugh .  Oil,   I     til. ���������    I,HOW,   replli'il    Die   lllp-  ),;illt     prl    ul). 'I 110    pOUl    l.Olll'.iellu.V  I  Iii.'ide   .MlMliehiillU.  CoiniiliiK ''('IU Hleaiuiihlps and sail  Ing vessels of  100 tons und upwards.  their  total  In   the  world's  mercantile i averages $1.70  tur one iikjiihiuuI.Vim  itiai'iite oxcuoiis .10,0110. ; lu, ,,,,���������rt.,i   in an acre ul' laud.      They  ,  |   |UIV(,    |0   ],,������   !',.(,    only    otico   l|    day,    p|'t>-  V.'vnliH* in "��������� I'voiiiiii' mill ihnuuh  exiieiiioly vnriiclou.' are by no means  Vastlilloutri Allot- a full of rain,  which ui'eiiii'. in ��������� 'l.tvpon (heir :i|������|ie-  l lies, a i.ed nf lOO.uoo will doiuollnli  it harrow Uuui nl" i'iiliha*;ei, In n Very  , lw vl   uniif.������ of iIimo  W lli'.V "������������������*'"���������     ii'-iii,    me     iii.i|i.ii..     '"���������  ways  wroni.*'  Hubby- No' f I ways. Soinel lines  they ,"!v" the luniio Irani tho bout of  il.  E^AV i PLUG  Chewing  Tobacco  A highgrade chew for  those who want some-  thins: better than usual.  .���������������������  r .ii nn'i       i    I. 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A cur'iouf occupation has sprung up
tn Paris Several doctors have received a circular from a newly-formed agency, which offers to find patients for them. The fees are rather high. They vary from $20 to
$100. Op receipt of the fee the doctor Is assured a list of 20 consumptives, 30 epileptics, 20 people suffering from cancer and so forth. He
is then at liberty to call and offer his
services.* The agency's circular declares that the lists of patients are
vompiled from absolutely certain
sources and that the money will be returned ii there are more than three
mistakes in each list. This is
rather a grim proviso.
T>r. Chase's Nerve Food which I fail-
-ed to get any place else. I was
troubled for many years, in fact^rorn
my early womanhood, ,with weak,
���watery blood, and given to dropsy.
_ suffered untold agonies from nervous sick headr.ches, dizziness, and
sinking spells, in fact was a semi-
Invalid for many years. I tried
tnany ki jds of patent medicines, and
-got no help, and tried every new doctor that cam j along, but all failed to
!help me. Doctors told me I had no
blood, anC that my heart and kid-
-neys wer*. diseased, and that I had
so many complaints there was not
���sruch use in doctoring up one or two.
Four years ego I took six boxes of
"Dr. Chase's Nerve Pood, and was giad
to see I felt better, and then got six
more, and they have cured m ? of
���many of my complaints. Whsn. I
began taking Nerve Food I weij;-r;��
110 pounds, and to-day I weigh 139,
^and am 45 year.s old.
Dr. Chate's Nerve food, 50c. a box,
B Tor $2.50. at all dealers or Edman-
_on. Bates & Co.. Limited. Toronto.
A Remarkable Dog
A dog which had, during nine years
of its life, collected upwards of 15,000
coins under remarkable conditions,
died on Saturday at Reading. The
money had been devoted to local charities. The dog never carried a box,
but begged for a coin. For a halfpenny the dog demanded a biscuit as
condition vf releasing the coin, and
two biscuits were required in exchange fo. a penny or two coins. In
all, the Cog had earned 18.000 biscuits in its philanthropic collecting.
Collier's Nimble Wit
While  the  king  was  looking  at a
pet pony which had been brought up
for  his  inspection   the   pony  proved
somewhat restless.
I expect the daylight worries him,
said the king.
No, sir, replied the miner, it Is the
headstall, he doesn't like."-   He can't
see  your  majesty    plain    enough.���
London Spectator.
Anxious to Know
Officer,  she said, hastening to the
policeman, that person has been following me for an hour.     .
Do you want me to arrest him?
No, but I wish you would find out
whether he  tiiin.ks  I'm  beautiful   or
is just running around after me because I wear _ panier skirt and carry
a    cane.    ���The    Birmingham.    Age-
I hear Miss Strongmind has chucked poor Thompson, said Dabney.
Sad. but true, said Wilkins.
Why. I always thought Thompy
���was a brick! said Dabney.
He is, said Wilkins. That's why
she threw him, I gue3s.���Judge.
Very Likely
His' Honor (gazing at intoxicated
prisoner)���What is he charged with,
Officer (newly appointed)���Ol don't
know, yer hon<Jr, but I think it's
-htraight whisky. ���Judge.
Very low hairpins are made in
���France, most of its supply coming
Trom England   and Germany.
Guarding a  Royal Train
Few people know that the passage
of a Royal  train  is  guarded almost
every yard of the way, be the journey of the Sovereign short or long.
Many yeonle laugh when they read
of line's upon lines of soldiers drawn
up along the railway metals in Rus-
=��.'a where the Czar travels; but the
���same thing practically occurs in England, only without the ostentatious
���display of uniforms. The lineover
which the Royr.1 train is to pass is
*juite as effectively guarded, though
to all appearance there is nobody
there. V .     8P
t   v��i:A��^
Sometimes Lengthy
run. So do I; but I often wish it
were not such .a mighty long run.���
Chicago Record-Herald.
In Cheocttah, Okla., at the state orphans' home there was a little chap
whose wit was ahead of his memory.
His teacher vs*as having a time teaching him lhe Presidents in rotation.
Johnny. Johnny, she admonished, why
when I was' your age I could say the
presidents' names forward and backward, and begin in the middle and go
either way She was much taken
back by the reply. Yes, but when
you were my age there wasn't so
many presidents.
Too many hours over a hot stove���too few for rest and recreation.
MOONEY has changed all this.
yM^PNEY'S   BISCUITS   are   made   especially  to   replace   horn��
baking���to give the tired woman a chance.
f^QOiinSEY   iriakes   biscuits   for   every   time   and   place,  from   the
elaborate function to th^ daily raeal.
*\^mm+r%.      (W1M"M*^I    R Aia*
���   ��� ������    ���        _'    ���        ���     ������   a, -aiai- ���������������im  ��� ��� ih_ii. i������_���w_i ���nam���"��� m wmmirtm
are the freshest, crispesfc, creamiest, biscuits ever made.
If you have never used them you have a delightful treat in store.
They sell in dainty packages or tin boxes
���in either case free from every adulteration
Longest: English Word
What is the longest word in our
language. The query has been suggested to a correspondent by the present discussion as to disestablishment.
Our reader has found disestablishmentarian in his dictionary, and presume there is n@ objection to adding
the prefix anti, and so obtaining a
word of twenty-five letters. A goodly number and one which ought to
carry conviction by sheer weight.���
London Chronicle.
Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.
Calling Pa
Ma put over a good one on pa, all
right, all right.
What was it?
He was patting up a shelf in the
pantry and accidentally hit his thumb
with the hammer. While he was
dancing around, saying a lot of aw-
iui things, mr? rushed into the kitchen
and said: John, stop that language,
right away. Just remember you're
not out in a baseball park now.���Detroit Free Press.,
A German merchant, resident in
Moscow, has left all his fortune, a*
mounting to half a million, to all those
of his employees who have served under him Jer five years or more. Their
���portions are to be reckoned on the
basis of the first annual wage multiplied by the number of years they
uavo been in his service. ThoBe
who have worked for the firm less
than five years receive a joint sum
of $50,000, which is to be divided ac-
.cordlnng to wages and length of service. The staff have decided to or-
���ganl-'e the business inherited by them
Into a joint stoc'.c company.
Mrs, Katlon���Isn't that a delightful
phortcakn. Henry?
Henry���I'll consider, lt Innocent until it's been proven guilty.
Schoolgirl An Athlete
For tho fifth year ln succession a
Ilotherhitho girl has won tho sportB
championship of tho London County
hcIiooIh in South Loudon.
Nellie SlockwoII Is 13 and tho
daughter of tho kocpor of tho Roth-
o rh I tho mortuary. Tier latest trophy
was tho ohfimplonshlp medal won at
tho school athletic mooting, whoro
nho was .'irflt in six ovontn and Rccond
Jn four others.
Sho won tho ohumplonBhlp first
���whon flhn was nine, and has secured
It ovory your since, although tho girl
cmnpcKtors havo numbered moro than
3.700 ouch time. '
, 1 don't train ln any special way, sho
dald. My father Riven mo plouty of
ttugur, and I huvo running oxorclf-os,
Bosldiis her Hpnrt,H trophlOH, Nollio
Jiuh a flrsl-claflfi swimming cortlficato,
.und until recently sho wuh captain ot
tho not'hall toani of hor school. Also
��iho can show fivo moduls for good
uuiiiluct and attendance.
Up to now sho has capturod thirty-
pno prizes of different Kinds.
Women ar-* inconsistent, always.
What is  the matter now?
That girl I was engaged to insisted
upon giving me a lot of her property
and ��� now she has attached It in a
breach ot promise action.
Science to Imitate Nature
The view has Veen " advanced In
more than one quarter that during the
next two or three centuries invention
probably will be in the direction of
imitating., the wonderful economy and
the simple, direct methods of Nature.
''' An instance in point is tjhe electric
eel. Its electric organ is in no
sense a storage battery, but a contrivance by which electric energy is liberated at the moment when it Is required. At rest the organ shows so
small an electric force .that.ua .galvanometer is needed to detect-it; but
a sudden nervous impulse from the
eel's spinal cord raises a potential
of many volts with very little heat
and so small an .expenditure of matter as to defy ths most expert chemist to weigh it. ' Fireflies, glow
worms, and many deep sea fishes produce light without heat at a cost
which would make a match an extravagant outlay.���Harper's Weekly.
One Charitable Act
prubby���Well, I did one charitable
act today. .
WI fey-���I'm so glad, dear. Tell
me all about It.
Ilubby���O, there Isn't much to tell
One of my clerks asked for an increase in salary so that he could get
married and I refused to give it to
Great Discovery
I tell you we live in an age bf progress .
How now?
Now some sharp has discovered that
you can shake fleas off a dog with
a vacuum cleaner.���Kansas City
Evidences of Experience
What  makes  you  think  that  man
has had    experience    with    sailboats
and canoes?
He doefln't show any Inclination to
get  into  any  of  them.���Washington
Stolla���How did ho propose?
Bella���Ilo askod If ho could bo my
vlco-prcoulent.���New York Sun.
rTr_*_J soft* I y -
\bm^ Step safely.	
Bmmmma a*mma*��m***m*tm..  _*��� jm**.* m* at*m
M %+*��*�� trr-uw a%va-mimua% onw*��jb��y|
W        ����.,.��....^y ��.ww ^m..mmm��mmmm,   limmmrnmrnxi
I       of Ca-fc f��aw Heels.
���A. % Wj. N^y^ulX
As In a Mirror
Strangoi* at the door���I am trying
to find a ;ady whose name I havo forgotten, but I know sho Uvos In this
neighborhood. Sho is u singularly
beautiful creature, with pink and
white complexion, seuaholl oara, lovely eyes, und huh* such us u goddosH
might onvy.
Servant���Roally, sir, I don't know
Voico (from head of nlalrB)��� Jano
toll tho aontloman I'll bo down in a
minute. '
Ho���If I   should   klob   you,   what
would V.nppon?
Sho���I Hhould call  father.
Ho���Then I won't do lt.
Sho���But father's in Europe.
plneott'B MagazJno.
Husbiiiia���You oxtravugauco Is awful. Whon I dlo you'll probably
havo to hog.
Wlfc���Woll, I should bo bettor off
than Home poor w'i'Jiji-n who never
had any practice-���Loudon Opinion.
The Pills That Bring Relief���When,
after one has partaken of a meal he
is oppressed by feelings of fullness
and pain in the stomach he suffers
from dyspepsia, which will persist if
it be not dealt with. Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills are the very best medicine that can be taken to bring relief. These plllu are specially compounded to deal with dyspepsia, and
their sterling qualities In this respect
can be vouched for by legions of
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last year.
AT"NHE drawing was made
~~ from a photograph of
root-cellar  with which  D.
Purely, of Lumsden, Sask., won
lasc year's contest    In that last
: 36 prizes.    There will be three
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'"T",HU'S you wilt have three timfs as many chances of winning a cash
prize. You do not have to use any certain amount of Canada Cement
to win a prize.    There are absolutely no "strings" to this offer.
There are twelve prizes for each Province (three bf $S0 ; three of $25;   three of
SlSi and three of UIO) and you compete only with other farmers in your own Province and not with those all over Canada.
makes no difference whether you have ever used cement.    Many of last year's winners
not used it until they entered the contest.    When you write for full particulars, we will
, free, a book, " What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete," which tell* everything
to know about concrete.    It is absoluteiy free, and you are under no
buy " Canada " Cement or to do anything- else for us.
'B your name and addirsj on the coupon, and mail it, or ute letter or pom card, and
will icnd you ai once cbe book and full particular! of tbe 1912 Prize Contest.
Addrata* Publicity Manacor
Herald Bwldinff, Montreal
A dime-in-tho-slot, photographic machine is, .t in announced, about to
bo put on the market. Tho sitter
places the coin in tho slot nnd pulls
a lever; the mechanism turns on an
electric light, drops a plate into position -behind Uio Ions, opens the
shutters for t.hroo seconds, develops
fixes and washer, the plate, and in
flfty-Hoven seconds delivers the picture, finished nnd in a neat frame.
If Iho mechanism r.hotilr! fall to work
tho  dim j  is  automatically  returned.
That New Hat
Tho young wlfo, refused a new hat,
I'Ul.orly ccmplnlnod that sho had a
lot to put up with.
You, ropllod hor huoband, and If
you knew how littlo T havo lo put up
with you v/onld not imlc mo to puL up
for a now hat.
In the Court
Lawyer--You clulr��i to ho a profowB-
or. What In your dogreo nnd whoro
did you got lt?
\Vltiion',-~Tho only degree I ovor
rnt wnn the third de���rer\ nnd tlio no-
llco gavo it. to mo.
"Do fishes rotnombor? A scientist
who has boo** Investigating tho question found that hy placing a rod cylinder containing food and also an
ompty green cylinder in, tho aquarium
with a single Hah tho lattor soon
luurnod to enter tho red cylinder
each tlmo lt was immersed nnd avoided tho othor one. Moreover, th
fifth wont Into tho rod vobhoI and
waited until norno crumbs woro dropped Into It, which hn thon afo. At
othor timoB tho flnli cntorod tho halted rod vobhoI ovon though ho did not
appear to dcslro food, soelng that ho
did not eat at mich Mmen. Tho factor or nuiif-ci" wuh (ii.-i.-"".;*.- rMmlnatrd
bore and tho oxletonco of a habit or
a redox Hid ion wu�� proved.
Tho most densely populated of all
tho countries of tho world is Belgium,
with   fi.'lO   inhnbltnnti*   to  tho  Bfiunro
-. '��� - *      I ���* ��.    .
The Power of Sarcasm
Tho roaldontH of ono of tho Htnall
California towns near Los Angeles
woro annoyod nt tho consliint speeding ot motor drivers over tho good
roads of that suction,, and no, after
lotting sovoral clilckons nnd docs under   th*"'    "���'.'f*,',',tr!   Of   *n ri r.r" 1 'V*   "n****,   1ht\*r
mado a pro! ont by erect ing a wireim-
tlciilly worded Hlgnbonrd. rmullng,
Slow down to CTi mllcti. Many a
driver who would disregard the ordinary caution lo run ut Iho legal rato
nf '"ft mllm nn linur In forced to irrln
ut the humor of this appeal and pro-
CMI*HH    M.1,    .1    llllJlll    lll.iniJll.llliu    H|iMUU.������
Strand Magazliuj.
In 1882 the women of Germany employed ih occupations other than domestic service were over four million;
twenty-live years later the figures
itood at eight millions, which it* an increase relatively much greater than
the grain in population. While the
employmont of tho men has increased
20 pei" cent, during the last twelve
years, tho employment of women has
Increased 57 per cent, during tho
dame time. At present a full third
of the economic labor of tho emplro
Is being carried on by women. Statistics recently published show that
thoro aro 51.500,000 ,wage-em*niiig women ln Germany, which moans that
nearly every second adult woman is
oarnlng I.or own living and directly
contributing to tho woalth of tho
Pound of Suds, Pleaoe
When eggs and vegetables are sold
by weight, as it is proposed, and as
they, should be, the noxt step, we presume, will be a demand for a pound
of beer for a nickel.���Troy Standard-
Press .
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
Appreciated it
Father���How is it that I find you
kissing my daughter? Answer me,
fllv!   How  Ir It?
Young Man���Fine, sir. fine!���Satire.
Shank's Alias
Low Shnnk. tho Indianapolis mayor,
went to f convention out of town and
registered at a hotel under tho name
of Frank Dawson. An acquaintance
of li 1_ .souiulra him ou the aliaa, to
which Mr. Shank l-ubpondod.
It's this way, Whon a mnn fn
public llfo travolfl around ho Is frequently annoyed by visitors and
ornnltR. Tf T put down my right
name I wouldn't havo a mluuto to
I'm not alono tn this Idea. Now-
adayn many a public man tniveln nux
Modern Boy
Teacher���What is   tho   stuff
negroes aro mado of, Tommie?
Tommlo���You'll havo to excuse mo,
toucher, but I'm not booming nny particular breakfast .food.���Yonkers
Technically Accurate "���'
Yes, said the visitor from Pumpln*
ville, you havo some pretty tall structures hero, but our town erected a.
building with moro than  a thousuuii,
stories last summer and��� *
A building of more than a thousand
otorloc!   echoed  his  friend.      What'
brand do you smoke? (
It's  a  fact,  rojolnod  the : Pumpln* *
ville native.      I waa referring to our
now library.���Tit-Bits. !'
Tnmacl.i has  a great deal of valuable wood in Its*   interior,    but    the i
8t.r(��ainH tire not largo enough to bring '
It to Uio coast.
She���Pardon mo, nlr, for walking
on your foot.
Ho���Oh, don't mention it, T walk
on thorn myeeir, you know.���Boston
January derives its namo from tho
Roman god Janus, who was represented with two facoii; ono was tho face
of an old man. typifying tho last year
und iho other that ot a youth, iu iu-
foronco to tho new year.
Tho  fclow who  can   win  by only
*��� hu\t\ trxim. Aftvw %ote a new mark!.
A Wise Child
Prof. Mulrhcad tclln an experience
ot his In oxumlnlug some Birmingham
children ln moral teaching. Ho askod
thorn to write an oosay on tho threo
stageu of lifo. Ono bright, child returned tho following: Thoro aro threo
rt!\"".,'!   Of  H?0. 'Clin   -Ifnr   In   \��rl,r.,i   ii'r��
are very young, and think of tho wicked ihlngH which we whiill bo iiblo to
do whon wo aro older; and thin In
vho ago of lnnoconco. Tbo second
Im whon wo ant oldor, and uro ablo to
iln th<*�� wlrlroil thlntTH which wn
thought about whon wo wore young;
mill wuh In uiu (ii iiuh oi um. nm
third is whon wo aro dotty and ropont
tho wicked things which wo did when
wo   woro   youn!,*>r;   rsnr!   thlt  bi   the
Hla Bank
Whllo    an    Abordoeii    pawnhroltor ,
was endeavoring to dispose of an old !
silk hat on Friday film discovered in '.
tho lining bank deposit receipts  for >.
$.,,000.     /Fortunately tho pawnbroker ?
know that tho hat find belonged to a ft ���������������
local  gviiiUuntuu  who  had  died  Unco i>tl
yours ago, and on communicating with t  |
hla roproflont.atlveB sho-was-informed ytiA
that tho mlsHlng socnrltlos had boon /���*��?
the subject or prolonged search anil k\
litigation.       Their  discovery  cleared
tho doccaccd's lawyers of a suspicion ;
of carolof-sno-h.      Tho deceased hntl
boon Jn tho  hnblt of using bio hat
au a bank.���London Standard.
dotago.���Bollniaa., .��� % v.    \    wi       -���u��h.
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V    44 THE CRESTON BEVIEW, CRESTON,  ���������������>   4>  mXm  Creston ^Revielfo  mm*m+ml-*+^^mm���������  ������a1)-8is_sd -every   _Md������y at Oreston. British Columbia, bythe Creston Print-  n-*rnnd1pnW*tT_ing Coompnny, Ltd.  W. B. McOMJBB.  Editor and Manager  <f  W  ���������*'"-E\  L"*- "   ' ___ -'��������� ���������  _3>* V"-*. e'-**"'. *_*" _*~V ���������*_-"������;  "  'She Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other communities.   Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board, of Trade..  Xjand purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.    Display adver-.j  tisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 centB per line first issue |  and 5 cest-s per line in succeeding weeks.   Subscription rates $3.00 a year in |  advance.   Onr columns are open .to contributions dealing in matters of local in*"  terest and the welfare of the community.    Contributions -must be brief and  signed.  ii  ElfiS  The Bristow  Bros.,   C,  P.  R. fire  wardens who have been stationed at  Tank the past four months are now  f.  cutting a new trail to Meadow Lake  which they say will save about three  miles and will be a much easier route  than the old one.  The Mclnnis brothers John and Bill  who have been engaged in the King  Lumber Co., camps at Yahk for the  post two years have gone to Alberta  where they will engage in helping to  gather in the wheat crop,  The King Lumber Co., mill at Yahk  was shut down on the 20th owing to a  broken shaft, but resumed its  duties  stumped and plowed.  Geo. Hnrry had the misfortune of  having his leg injured Monday while  skidding logs for the Canyon _*0ity  Lumber Company.  '\/0P wi^ Itta^e no mistake  I when you get off the train  "if'.you sign the register' at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Receives Letter  Fronti Spanish Swindler  aO\  The Leading \  Hotel of ihe  Fruit    Belt  I  Our   Guests  Call   cAgain  I  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen.   Ranchers,   Toflrists  / ....  and Commercials.  We aim to keep a most^ up-to-date  sotck.        Notice   the   following   new  ���������gf arrivals. .,  J Handbags in Leather and Velyet    ....  Hair Brushes and Bath Brushes  New Sponges and Combs  AA  Put,  \_^ AA!_  glass, Water Pitchers and Glasses  ef/>  L*_.  SfeA.  The following letter was received by  John Hobden from the famous Spanish  "prisoner" who has been operating his  big swindle in this country for years.  His object is to get his victim to send  enough money which he claims is "to  secure the release of his seized baggage  which contains papers pertaining to a  large fortnnem America.    W. W . Har-  A B* Moran  Prop,  _ara_oi������E_.  o2_iT> 0tt. thhe 21st.    This is the flrst *&  of  Nelson   and   Andrew Rowe of  O ' "*  time the mill has been shut down, for Baltimore, Alberta,  have recently re  repairs since they started early in the fteived   similar    communications.   Tbe  spring. This is saying ranch for the  foreman, Jas. Fowler, and chief engineer, Alex. Rattray.  The granite pile around the new depot which has caused some lifttle difficulty between the railwav company  and contractor is now being removed  and it is to be hoped that the depot  will be in operation in a very short >  time.  Mrs. A. Brogan and family who  have been spending a few weeks vacation in Yahk returned to their home  In Cranbrook on Tuesday.  The church social held in the Yahk  Lumber Co., boarding house on Friday  night last the 16th was a grand success  The programme was made up at first  class local music and recitations and  speeches. Refreshments were in  abundance. After refreshments wore  served they engaged themselves by  playing numerous games and I am  sure every-one present jenjoyed tbe  evenings entertainment which is much  to the credit of Mr. McGookin the  preacher and the young ladies of Yahk  p <  ���������-Best vinegar for the piokling season  nt the Cash Store.  CANYON CITY NEWS  letter reads;  Prison of Madrid, 27-7-1912  Mr. John Hobden,  l^ear **-ir anci ������&el3������������ive *,������������������  Although I know yon only from good  references my dead mother, Mrs. Mary  Hobden. your relative gave me I address myself to yon for the first time and  Hot Water Bottles anot Attachments*  etc.,   etc.  Creston Brug&Book Co.  Phone 51  ^���������s^ee.g-������'--������^  Pf_rt_*f_sr  rto?  LIIOI  m n  r  nr n  i������   m   _ m --  m. aa a  '���������*mr   B   ������i  Agent   for   Semi=Ready   Tailored  Clothes=������Gents Furnishings  , Livery find Feed. Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horsea a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  1 am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  ���������>i  at any hour of the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers, will  receive prompt attention  LJ    -C^   S\ A *���������%%* M������_a_2*--- IV"**    D -%//���������_ i������*v  IB. KmJm EvauwsuaLMj i   B Vh1  <&  Iv*  -  1-  l_  &'������  *JU������  _���������  Uii  ������ Phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  BoiK  *v-������..���������:������_i3:-r*^^^  tiayes  1st Base  iR*3>-_&p9 t*-ie xonx, cousAucATAUg ..xxxj  *j*c*ravc | luetic  T������__l���������_  x*a,y ioo  JA������AAAgj   j  state of health, r^uiring your protection  for ray only daughter, a motherless girl,  15 years of age, who is now in a college  "Before I was in prison here I was established as a banker in Russia and I  beseech you to help me to obtain a sum  | of $240,000 I have in America, and to  take care of my daughter for & reward  .p 4.1������CJ3 _.       _^,m     ^^^2.3'     .__....      nM.3      * V...  AAA.  A/AAA7   VAAA4.U.   A44A4. ll      AAA      Oa&AVA      SI&A.&     AU%~.      iiXllS  interest of the whole stock during her  minority being your duty to advance the  necessary funds to acquire my baggage  Kennedy        Short Stop        Thompson  M-jPeak 3rd Base        -Jenmeyer  Green Left Field Olson  Tucker Center Field        Non-may er  j.Telford Right King, R.  Sundays game was the best Creston  people have witnessed on the home  field and a great game is the outlook for  Labor Day when Creston wiii crosB bats  with 8onner3 Ferry.  Miss Gertrude Knott   returned on  Friday last from a visit at Lylle, Alta.  Mrs, E. A. Lamberton spent Monday  In Fort Hill.  The mill is running full blast now.  The box factory is also in operation  and is turning out a line lot of boxes  The company is expecting to install  a printing press soon whereby tlioy  will bo able to print the name on the  boxes thoroby saving him the trouble  of pu-toing lu,������Jt)l- ou them.  seized.  "As I am in prison, it is prohibited to  receive public correspondence but you  oan send a cablegram signed with your  full name (not letter) to the name of tbe  servant of my protector, who will deliver it to me as soon as received, to  know if you received this letter, and instruct you in all my secret.  "I oharge you absolute preserve about  this letter.  '���������Requesting your cable I am, dear  sir,  "Yours truly  "VOLEROFF"  Address: Lewis Burges  Principe Vegera, Madrid, Spain.  Very well Hobdon.  Creston Defeats Port Hill  Ohas. BHhs went to tho Prairie.Mon-  day to look over the country for the  purpoae of taking up a homestead.  ii. Young in cicaiai^ ^loUici jju-xiuu  of his lot.  U. Rodgers is building a fine now  house on his property hero.  1. ,. ���������.*:,-.���������������     AtvAA.t-     f.rr-4  I    n/������������'/���������'.r  With Cameron and Ward for Creston's  battery and Song and Martin the opponents; Creston defeated Port Hill in  loot Sundays baseball game with a  scoro of 10 to 5. Tho pitohlng on both  teams was good. Hays played a good  game on first, while Telford starred  with his good batting, Port Hill got a  fow good blthv but Oroston boys woro  right thore to nab thorn. Tucker, Oroston'������ *-tar Center fielder, was always  awako whon anything camo Mb way  and made a number of good cathos.  Tho llno-up was as follows:���������  Creston Port Hill  Cameron Catcher Bong  Word Pitcher Martin  Water Notice |  Fob A Licence to Take and  _.  Use Water  NOTICE is hereby given that Egbert  Louis Tom Taylor of Creston B. C,  will apply for a licence  to take and  use ������ cubic foot of water out of tributary of Kin*-? Creek which flows in a  westerly direction through Block 9, Lot  892 and empties into King Creek near  Block 11 of Lot 892.     The water will  be diverted at the S.  "W. corner of  Block 0, and will be used for domestic  purposes   oh   the  land   described   as  Block 0, Lot 892 (S. W. 10 acre  block).  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 20th day of August 1912.   Tho  application will be filed in the office of  tho Water Recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed with tho  said Water Recorder or with tho  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C.  E. L. Taylor (Applicant)  This is the Wonderful New Flour  that has made such a sensation throughput Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,  largest mill on the prairies.  Made with the determination to   give users  better  flour-value, greater  certainty of   baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether  with biscuits, cake or bread.  Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.  Therefore, Madam, it is. the flour for you.  This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper  merely to give the introduction���������to say:  44 Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."  Orchard Land  Grows Wheat  A marked extension In tho farming  ndustry war. nliown last week whon  a now traction cnglno and separator  wan shipped in for hho in hat vesting  ilu- ennui around T'hiiir.-i, nnd Niijilcfi.  The machinery was Hhippcd in by Mv,  Thompson at Ehnira where such a  uiiu-hliH* has boon needed heretofore  though not no much as this year, to  h-uulli) thu wheat and oat crop in that  vicinity  V  It la the guaranteed llo-ip.    If you aro not satlsflod with lt after two to.lv trials,  ask your grocer for you? monoy back.    Ho will givo lt to you.  Add more water thrui usual whon using Robin Hood Flour.    Mada of suah  hard, dry wheat, it absspba more molsturo���������*produaln_ a larger, whiter loaf.  ^* The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours  ^ftk     you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference  ~B|_,      every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits. ,'j  ROBIN HOOD HILLS, Limited  JToose Jaw  For Sale by CRESlors MERCANTILE CO.  H, Harvon, pvoHiilont of 1 lio Orchard ! yeai'-     Alt'.   Ilnvioii   utati's   that   tho  Development company, now handling  the tracts tho Kootenai Orchards  company, voportfi that 2r>0 iicvch of  whoat wore grown this your between  J tho trees at that place. The crop in  ripe and the hnvveqlin(* wns bc|<;nn lent  week, A Hi'lf-blnder Ih lined and the  field given tho whole district tho np-  poarunoo of a real farming country  Noxt your oven more crops will he  sown then* after the favorable vci-mltM  eouiitig from the experlmentH of the  wheat, grown hy the Orchard Develop  ent company will average LTJ hushelN  to I he iici'i*. Three hundred acres of  tri'eH will lie planted at, Kooti'jiiii  Oi'ehurilii next, Hpring. Honner������ Ferry  I'n iiiiil,  " S'        - - - -���������  WANTKD-LA WHS TO DO PL AI ft  and H-jlit sowing at homo, whole or  Hp .rnthno- izond pay; work sent any  dituaww, filial'*.*'ch paid, National Man-  uriii*luring Co., Montreal. Send flttuop  for full particular!**.  ���������-ttcforo I liuVl a llooiiHo I sold shooi  with a profit of 10 por cont now I w������ftk<i  5 por oont.   A. Mirabelli, Sbooraakor.  ���������Mra. Attriclgo of Erloliflow Is now  ���������jirepared to Ho riwqam'tirhig nf nil VIiu>h,  Sutiafaction guiuuutoed. Call at the  homo of M. R. Palmer.       "     1,8-tf  ������������������All kinds of vogotablos and fruit for  aalo. I will dollvor your order, Jim  Koo Orontou.  ������������������������������������iii  HTfiiimBTllHi  iML ������^hJ������nl_Utt_____L %1 ghlllm_ ��������� x   ��������� i^c.  ^B^^^^B^g^^^Bj. _7^____i 4   u  ,^.__^,_,i. .I,,, liilMilinlllHllllllliiill IMIIIIIilll,li,,lll|llill������lii|������llll|l||������i������^^ THE   HOME  or  THE  TRANSIENT  ;Y;**'"  OOMMODIOUS  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  1  ; The dining rQoni is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goodsv  Creston, B.C.  IU jVfiss.SPOKANS      . _  |!s v Inviies -you io iks  M**":*:*������"*t- ��������� $$  Sept 30io_Oci_6 1912.  '** *���������*  tTHe Manci IWipii^sHoiide^'  \/Seven day& and &hc mj^fafgof  \ Bai/dsficn mid smii&ernenT ��������� ��������� v  1Somei������un$*Gjn^ere^i&TS^yvkd^  'R^dizded^Roilw^s Rales'." '  -:-:':*ii  |:"-!.|-|:i  ;:::"-"*  \\Srlefo-EdbA-.H CofJirove. $e<sy. for Premnai". Lielani  flUcUta-ated D^"ft*o&<un. 03i^fc____ GO ..__*__. CO  The followiug list of sports and prizes  although not yet adoptd by the Labi?  Day association, will most likely * form  the prjyiam fur ihe eliiiiiri~ij oh ths t  day. Rev Blake and Rev, Carpenter  have charge of the children's sports and  the program is as outlined by them.  Boys race  100 yd 13 to 15      1st $1 00      2nd $.60  76   "   8 toll 1.00 -50  50  '��������������� under S 1st gOota 2nd 25o rest 10c,  ���������   ' ��������� Girls race  75 yds   12 to 15       1st   $1.00   2nd   50c  50yds   8 toil 100 50o  35 yds under 8 1st 50o 2nd 25c rest 10c  Children 5 and under all a prize.  Running Broad Jump  Boys under 15, 1st f 1 00 2nd 50o 3rd 25o  Running High Jump  Boys uadsr 15, 1st $1.00'2ud 50e 3rd 25s  Skipping Contest ���������  Girls under 15, 1st $1 00 Snd 50c 3rd 25c  Potato Race  Girls under 15, 1st $1 00 2nd 50c 3rd 35c  Boys Sack Race  12 to 15.     1st $1.00    2ud 50c    3rd 25c  Under-12 1.00 50 25  Egg Race Beys and Girls under 15  1st prize $1 00.       2nd 50 ts       3rd 25cts  Peanut Race Boys and Girls under 15  1st; prize $1 00        2nd 50ctg       3rd 25ct  'Wheelbarrow Race Boys and Girls  Under 15, 1ft $ 1 50   2ad $1 00   3rd 50cts  Boys 3 Legged Race  Under 15        1st $1.50 2nd $1.00 3rd 50c  Under 12 '������ **���������   '      **-������������.  OLD ���������*tiensseP"**ammvfotmm.  asm in ta������ aoekat.  Stud (of lamplea of $20 "&!&���������*.'��������� OiraT*  ���������S38 aa<* t"2S Brit-Usa tesss--*b_ ffljfe  book. ':  Ask the clothier is yoon tows <w v4w  *ltect-Seml-re-Klr, L_cfc������4, Msdm_.  &9B&*n&B Sfijitsiag:  G. _red Johnston. Fernie. _. C.  m&*-JZ__.  .      . . . ft**?'*     1.  $  NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR TREES  I HEAVY c4Kt:UAL   'BEAREKS'Bv  -..-Ha...   i  _ ���������**  , W ?"'"'"-'"��������� "[' --���������-.-;���������-:-���������---; ���������-  I Summer Pruning:, and Thlnnldg  ���������������-'.���������'���������  OKANAGAN snd KENT County Experience  sj   BOX 42f Creston Untie Experts of ^thStxHons  ^S-*--e$������&<j-''&e^  1  ������a  ****  Y&%5* * ^  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  NORTHWEST MINING BEGUJaATIONB  COAL.���������Coal mining rights may be leased  for twenly-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of $1 an acre. Not, more than 2,560 acres can be leased to one applicant. Royalty  five cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  the tract must be staked out by the apnli  cant in person, and personal application to  the Agent or sub-Agent of Doi-laSon _<-.nd  tor the district mast in all cases be made and  the rental for the first year mast be paid tc  tho agent within thirty days alter ������Md_  application  QUARTZ���������a person eighteen years of ag������  and over, having made a discovery msy locate a claim 1.500 feet by 1,500. P������e, 85. At  least SlOO must be expended on the claim  each year or paid to the Mining Recorder  When $500,0 has been expended or paid and  other requirements compiled with, the claim  may be purchased at SI an. acre.  VLA-ER MINING CLAIMS are 500 feet  long and from 1.0U0 to 2,000 feet wide. Kntry  fee $5. Not less than $100 must be expended  in developement worn each year.  DREDGING.���������Two leases qt five miles.each  r-  a term  niu.i  exceeds 810,000.  W. W.CORY  Deputy Minister of the Interio.  *  .a  i  fDt *__g*4m.3sr   D/iel'At'aio   #A������  *__a>a_  PhoSDhonol restores every nerve in tjbe body  ���������. _______ to its proper tecafoa; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at once. P_onp_on������l will  make you anew man. Price S8 a box. or two for  fa. Mailed to any address. _fee Sconell Draff  *.<-"- b';7*BBt-faftrt_8s.O_S������  NOTICE  Nelson Land Disiriot���������District of West  Kootenay  Take notice that I, Guy Lowenberg,  of Creston, B, O., occupation, agent, in  tends to apply for permission to purchase ths following described lands;  uouimeucii���������is at a p^jist on the cast  boundary of lot 9269 about 20 chains  north from its southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chaihswest 20chains  north 20 cbaius more or less to tbe point  of cG_i_ie_c6i_Gnt containing 120 acres  more or less.  Guy _i-wenber*r,  Bated May 10,1912. Applicant.  BURNr  GpMPtETE  Anssna!  fertilisers  /  Sow Burnt?'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Gall or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS h So. |  Limltad !  E       ���������  > Or  a river may be issued to One applicant for   -^ .      _r__������      w< :__'   b_3-SS-;  ierm oi'20 ytai's. ttental. S'.Oa inile per an j D?s _*_ \_7__ Female "ll!3  Royalty. 2\& percent after tbe output      A reliable French regulator; never fails. t These  pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Reiusa  all cheap imitation*?. **������?. de Vsb's ars sold at  ������5 a box, or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  __a Bcffiball Drug Co.. St. Catbarlnei* Op*.  CRESTON  Head Office  CALGARY; VA.NCOU  VER;  -EDMONTON.  _r.-*i  ������__' ��������� ^_ ��������� S&& '  . v ���������  SEALED T3DKDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenderi"  for the Construction of a Breakwater  iu Victoria Harbour, B. C."  will be received at this office until  4:00 p. vo. , ou Thursday,rSeptember _,:  1912, for the construction of a breali-  water'Sit "Victoria Habour, Victoria,   B.  i rTTrniirii^������  B  | Pear������ . _a  \piunss &*-B~-*~B*sB** & ������r_Afl__������__,*������r onemes  GUARANTEED.HOSMIE GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter Killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. WI ARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture^  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  ito  ik't  *3������  ITS PRIN  ___  9**  B  I  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  -WALTER V. JACKS-ON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  Bnsau_a_a������������������QBe_m_Ba���������^  X>^tnr^ :lx&T<C9X3L I^Sg^jT_T3T ? "  mmmmm^m0t^^0laammUg0m0^mm%mmmmmmmmmmW^^  SEGSmtETS &������ mW@@gE LBFE  Statement maijc by patients faking llie New Method TrcaJracnt.   They know It Cores  jay* No Name* or TtHiUmoniiils used without written consent  CONSTITUTIONAL BLOOD DI8EASK.  Fatlent No. lfllM. "Tho opotB aro nil  Bono trom my K'ua awl arms find i foi*I  ������ood now. I am very jjrutoful to you  and shall novor fomot tho favor your  moillclncB havo dono for mo. You enn  u������u my -..S.-...C '-:"- rcco-Drv.o-K-iinrr I* tn  any ���������uffoi'or. I um ijoIiik to i;ot mnv-  rlod noon. Thanlcim; you onco moro,  etc."  (JAYS TWO MONTHS  CUBr.l> lint.  Patient No. 1010B. Ako 2*1. Slntfln.  IndulRnd in Immoral huHu I y������mr������. l.)n-  poalt In urlno nml iliulnn ut nl������lit,  Varlooio VolnB on lnolh bIiIch, pnlnH In  fuaclc, wottH Hoxuiilly. Ho wrltufi:���������"I  i-ncolvoii your lottfr of rnoont dnto mul  In reply 1 nm plnimoil to uuy thnt after  tnlclmr two montlm' trontnuint 1 wutihl  AJuiiyWi-r myodf rfmipli>ti'1y rnrinl, nn T  Havo neon no mmm of tlium coniliiu  back (ono your).  ' TinB WOItU) SEISMS BIF-KttENT.  Palli-nt No. IBD23. "I have not Imd  a roifuluv idmlMwlou I lUiu'l liuow -.vUc-n  and nm foolliiK nno, Tho worhl niiomii  nltojrMhfir rtlffortint to mo ami I thank  Qod for dlrooilnir mo to ymi. You huvo  heon nn honoit doctor with mo."  VyUUCOSE VEINS CUBED.  Cnso No. lflBHH. Symptomn whon he  Btartod treatment:���������Arjo- 21, bIukIo, Iti-  liutKnil !n immoral liablta acvorul years.  VarlcoBO Volnn oil lioth Bldos���������pimples  nn tho f.aco, etc. After two monthB'  riontmctit Im wi'lteo aa follows:���������"Your  ,wul<'omo lottor to hand and nm vory  Kiau io ������uy -.-...At I thinl: myself ������ur������.i.  My VfirlooHo Volnu havo complotoly iIIb-  apponrod for qnlto a whllo and It uoomu  a euro. I work litmlor nml fool loss  tlrort. I havo no donlro for that habit  whutovor nml If I Btay llko thiB, which  1 Imvo ovury ronnon to hollovo I will.  'ri'.iinUInu you for your kind attention,"  oto.  <lATNKO 14 POUNP8 IN ONE MONTH.  I'ulloiit No. 1!153:J. Thlii pntlont (nnod  TiS) hail a chronic cnm> or Norvouo l)o-  lllty anil Hoxual Woakuo������8 und waa run  rtown In vl������or nml vitality. After ono  mmith'H Irnatiiuini ho roporta ns foi*  lown:���������"1 am foi'lliiK vnry woll, t Imvo  gained 1< poiiiiilu In ono month, bo that  ) will havo to oimimituliilo you." T-ifitor  I'flpnrt:���������"I am buKlnniiiK to fool moro  llko n, man. I fool my onnaltlnn In  ttoUlnir hottor ovory wook." ITIh lust r.i-  pufli���������"Doar Doi'loi'H���������An T fool tblM In  tim lnai mouili'ii ti.-.itiin nt that I wilt  havo to not, l ilioniiht at one tlmo I  would novor ho cnvoil hut I >mt con-  tlilonoo In ymi from tho start aua you  Iiuvo cured mo."  cy^es cuarahtced on. KO PAV  W������ treat -mil  rori,  VARICOSE VK(N3,  NEBVOOS  DEBILITY. 'BLOOD AND  URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY  AND  ULADbEft  DlaEAbES  nnd all DUo.a-m  P*eCONSULrATION FREE.   BOOKS CTtEE.  If unnblo to call wrilo for ��������� Que.tlon  DUnk for Homo Trontimmt.  M___^I_rf*%',T'l ft? A" ������������������*'**������ from Cannda muit bo iidilr������a������od lo our Con-  nHMBf     I^IVi^ I l*%a������*'laMi ftdinn Corr-iiponHunco Douurlniunt ua follow* i   Im^mT     iiiMiSiiiiwwMwiffilllll     DR3?KENNEDY &. KENNEDY, WINDSOR, ONT.  Cor. MicSiigaia Ave. nnd Limwoiu St.,   n-c'uoa, TJlhcl..   JE  Fiaue, specification and form of eon-*  tract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at (bis Department and at tbe  oiSces of W. Heuderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. O.; CO. Wors-  fold. Esq, District Eugineer, New  WeBtmi'ister, K. C; J. G. Sing, Esq,  District"Engineer. Toronto, Ont.; J. L.  Micbtmd, Esq., District Engineer,  Mou'real, Qae.; A. Decary, Esq., District Engineer, Quebec, Que ; and on  application to tho Postmaster at Vancouver, B. C.  Persons   tendering are notified that  tenders   will not be considered unless  made on tho printed forms supplied, aud  signed   with   their   nctual   t-iguatures.  stating        their       occupation       aud  places of residence,   lu the case of firms  tin* actual signature, the nature of tho  oucaptition,   and pluoo of residence of  each member of the firm must be given.  Euch tender mast bo nccompnnied by  an ucoopted chi quo on a chartered bank  pnyablo to Hie order of tho Honourable  Ministor of Publio WorkH, equal to ten  por oont (10%) of tho amount of tho ton-  dor, which will be forfeited if tho per-  bou tendering dcoliuo  to cuter into a  contract whou oallod upon to do so, or  fall to complete tho work ooutraoted for.  If tlio tendor bo not acooptod tho cheque  will bo returned.  Tbo department docs not bind lteolf to  nf*.*i������**i, the IdwumL u* itiiy luuu6i,  By order,  *      R. 0. DESUOOHKRS,  Socrotnry.  Department of Pnbllo Worlcn,  Ottawa, AuguHt 8, 1912.  Nawflpaporfl will not, ho paid for thin  H<tv������u-i..hiimi.-A4ij if tlivy liiotrt it *.vithont  authority from tho Dopartmout.���������230(M������.  Hi  vi/  C������*  in  wt CAN DO li  ���������WWWAWIWWflWSfflWWlfi  '���������*  w  Hit  STATEMENT!  \i>  w  \t/  \ii  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  ii/  iiir  ii/  \i/  ii/  ii/  ���������V_%,<v.  w Rancher! Mr.  Businessman!!  JMta your W������ 4 M, M  Office StationeFV.  <aa  CS  sc  "y���������*  ^m&M  B  B  m m ������  *n  ��������� *l.  m  x\m  B  4Bm\  #!*������  B .  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  f\\  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  _^  ��������� ������ ���������  per' 'year  ^'^'ti^l^t^ti^'^'tiSa^f. -J_t __-^_ r___'__���������__-__ '^'..^��������� ^   ,^  "^.-^ . fgf> jgg' ��������� jf*. ^*^'f������^������^*^^*f^,f!a. 0^' ^> ^'0ffx ^.^^. j^.m^ fimm^fl*  B  &  B  B  B  mmmmmmmltmllmllmmmmmmMm -^Lu.-ifflr.a.iiY?, ...v���������  ra-gpfiifSMffii^  ������.*r  J  v*..****  .-*:.<*;  THE*' GRESTON    REWEW,    CRESTON,    B- C.  W" il  aa  There are no dead flies  __.... lying- about when  ISIS 9 gmffh&SSSi  If ILSUil ������  are used as directed.  - All   Druggists,   Grocers and General Dealers sell them.  i *-  Are the bes* ever made and are guaranteed to sivo you satisfaction.      At j  all- dealers, or send us 25 coats stat- j  ing stylo and size required- i  The .Ariington Co., of Canada,  Ltd., |  Toronto, Ont. ,  HIGH  CLASS SEES  Urtsartita'-y   Handling  cf  Grain   ?T.aln-  iy   Responsible   for   Deteriorated  Seed  In a young country like Canada  whore the soil is now and generally  very fertile it may often be puzzling  to account for crop diseases which  must ine/itablj bring failure. In  order to improve the deteriorating  quality of grain seeds, successful results can only be arrived at by taking  I certain steps oi iarin pvoceuiire. 1'aX-  periments have shown tbat the cause  for .l?teriorated seed, does not lie in:  .���������*t fertility, but from ��������� unsanitary  handling.  Great care should be taken to see  that a pure variety of seed is selected. On no account should a mixture  be used? Each crop carries with it  its own diseases, and if these are not  weeded out, the ground becomes full  of the sporef of the disease, with the  ���������result   that   the   soil   loses   it.   ability  i'to produce a crop. A crop rotation  counteracts this to a large extent, aud  13 therefore absolutely necessary.  Of first importance, however, is the  fact that no matter how fertile the  s-oil, the quality of the grain cannot  he improved unless weed seeds, and  Minht weight stuff, including dirt, dust  wtraw, and chaff are weeded out of it.  Very often good seed, spoiled by get-  ling wot h\ the stack or in the bin  i*i undouutedly injured and where a  good crop has resulted it is only by  working on new laud or clean summer  fallow   kind,   free   from   disease.  According to H. L. Bolley, botau-'  i:s_ the essential steps to pet better J  so*m! are���������Raise your own seed: hat-1  vi*,3t the veed when mature:  thresh iti  Tardy Honors for Lady Hsrinnton  An extraordinar; proposal lias been  made, apparently* in good faith, to exhume tha remains of Emma, Lady  Hamilton, from her grave in Calais  and .-trans*: ort them to Westminster  Abbey. The argument is that Nelson beqiu-���������thed her to the country,  and sentimentalists think that some  amends for letting her die.in.poverty  may be in?de by burying her nearly  a century later in the "national Valhalla." iti\-  It is ;.rguec that, it was only  through her influence that Nelson  went to sea. again and so fought and  won his greatest victory at Trafalgar. He had formed a desire to settle down to a country life, but _ady  Hamilton persuaded him to make one  more crui_e in the service of his  country.  Those a*1.o oppose the transfer suggest that l.er motive was not patriotism, but a desire for a little more  limelight, and they add that although  it is true s*he ran through a property  of $2,000 ������. year of her own she was  no*, exactly starving when she died,  ss she was in the enjoyment of an  annuity oT $200 settled upon her by  her daughter Horatia.   Fitting tb������- Case   With a face that vainly endeavored  to ar.-iear mournful, and eyes that  vr.inly strove to produce a respectable  flow of fears, Patrick Murray O'Do-  lan strolled into a dry goods store.  I want yer to tell me, he murmcr-od,  phwat the custom is for th' wearin'  iv   mournin'?  Well, mused the assistant, of course  it varies.      If it's a very dear relative  you should wear black clothes;' if it's  a less near relative, a band of black j  on the sleeve or hat;  or,    if    it's    a |  friend, just a black  tio.  For some moments Patrick Murphy  O'Dolan   considered.  Well, he whispered at length, give  me- a shoe lace. It's my wife's  .not her.���������Exchange.  jyr AN^sf brands of Baking Powder contain alum,  which is an injurious acid. The ingredients of  alum baking powder are never printed on the label.  i-WSVI.������I������IIBa,a.-s  ������_*HUEST lKiHT_i  /iTiT  Magic  Baking   Powder  contains no alum and is the  :_V������������S. *-C. I T-HLC   **��������� 0-VVT__5������������4i,  ji^-^=3~���������������=������=-"  _-*<uimtt .........*.x*ti   ��������� r.r- A..<av.A4. ..������   Wright���������They say the new school of  Journalism is exploiting clean methods.  Penman- -What! Do you mean to  say that they have no office towels?  o  What do you think of this scheme  f having     the    countries    exchange  OS fraser Ave.,  ilS,  '9   *���������*������*������*������������������-������'*������        . <��������������� ������a ��������������� ������_������ ���������������_ ^_yft  -"&.--All4*. U 1 JS_ IXXSM.M.  A  ! grade out of it all weed seeds: and  i abvays use a pure variety of seed.  j Where these, steps are followed the  j se>������Mi will each year become more and  | more resistant until eventually you  ! have a seed that is practically disease  1 resistant    for    the    land.���������Winnipeg  children9  What's   the  idea?  An English family, for instance, exchanges children for a couple of  years with a German family. Thus  both sets of children get a chance to  '-earn ans������tL*������r language . Iteferences  at* exohauged and all that sort of  thl-g.  .?...   -,.. .. .. A ,. ,. t. .^ .~* ,x VI A������  _*.S,       U-ll ���������^itrrs^ti in        .-.cariiiv. ."������.t  ncls***-ts have a kid that 1 would  j like to see exchanged with some fam-  j ily in Siberia.���������Louisville Courler-  ! Journal.  This Is to certify that T have used  MINARD'S*. Liniment in my family  for yc'ira, and consider it tho host  liniment en the market. I have  found It *. xccllout  for horse fieah.  gj 'J .ed-egram.  and all  Hunters' Equipment  ALSO TRAPPERS' SUPPLIES  Write for illustrated Catalogue 51U  J  j 8 The Hings*on Smith Arms Co.,  ; I Limited  1 488  Main  Street,  Winnipeg.  The Mukden Cemetery  A recent traveler through Manchuria gives us a picture and description  cf Kin? great cemetery which the Jap-  antit'.e have nearly completed aud  whfsch some time ago they conse-  cratUM)  to  the Russian  *i_  *-.-oi  GUARD BABY'S HEaLTH IN THE  -UmiYitn  The  summer months are the  most  dangerous   to   little   ones.   Tho   complaints  o*  that    season    which    are  cholera   infantum,     colic.      diarrhoea  and dysentery come on so quickly that  often a little one is beyond aid before  i the  moth*, r   realizes   he  is  really  ill.  in   the   battles   about   Mukden.       lu | The moth.-r must be on her guard to  their  precipitate retreat the armies of] prevent.These  troubles  or if they do  '���������Woodlands,'  W  Middlotoii.  S    PINEjO.  N.S.  i  Save One for Her  Kdith was light-hearted and merry  wit everything. Nothing appealed  to hor seriously. So one day her  mother decided to invite a very ser-  ious young parson to dinner, and he  was placed next the light-hearted girl.  "Everything went well until she asked  him���������  Vol; speak of everybody bavin**- a  mission.       What is  yours?  My mission, said the parson, is to  save young men.  Good, .enlied the j-lrl, I'm glad to  meet you. I wish you'd save one  for me.  I  "���������*     On the  Job  .quiet  little   country  town,  i colk-t'ted  every   last  bone  ana  every  In a  quiet  little   country  town,  so | bit o_ ragged uniform and every brok-  quiet  that  the   silence   hurt,   a  com-; en   -.eeapen   which   the   Russians   had  mercial  tiaveler  entered  the  general i 'left  uspou. the field, and  buried  them  store.      Going through to the  parlor j  at the  bar-k he found  the  proprietor  end a friend having a game of checkers.  Here, Mr. Slocum, he said in an en-  vrgetie whisper, there are two customers i������ the shop.  SloCum never raised his eyes from  the board. He merely shook his  head ani whispered in reply���������  That's all right. Keep quiet and  they'll gc away again.  the Czar left thousands upon Uiou-' <,on, e ori suddenlv to cure them. No  sand*.; of their fallen comrades unbar- j olner nusd.cine is* of such aid to the  led. After the signing of the treaty ��������� mot.her ^u. ing hot weather as is  of  p*>ace  the  soldiers  of  the  Mikado i gah./g qwu Tablets. They    regu  late the bowels and stomach and are  absolutely   safe.       Sold   by  medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  . from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  of this vast, plot they enclosed  by  a!  whit������ marble fencing a reserved space  for tiaose who had evidently been offi-  t*rockvine.  uiii.  " -f- How he Stopped  ' ���������'   How did the doctor persuade you to  igive up smoking?  Made his bill so big I couldn't afford to hisv any more tobacco.���������Milwaukee Sentinel.  $100 Reward, $1-0.  Ttie Kadrra of this papnr will be pleased to Icaro  t_������t thnre la nt lnu-st odd ilreaded dbeano that .icieaco  ban h������n niuu iu niirn iu nil ila altutea, and Uu.1. is  Oatarrb. UiiII'm Catarrh Cure la the only posit lvo  eurti uow known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh  beinK a roiiHtlttulonnl (UHeaac, rcqiilrcn a coiiBtltu-  Clonal treatment. Ilttll's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, act'iii; (llrretty upon the bliwil anil mucoiia  mirfaew uf Ilm nyatem, thereby ilpstroylni: the  tounilatlnn. ot the Olai'ium, a ,id ulvtiii: the patient  irtrenRth by linlldliie up the conntltutloii and atMimt-  )n������ nnturo In dolnu Ita work. Tho proprietors havu  en nuir.h faith In Its curatlvo powers that they offer  Ona Huiidri'il liolKirn for nny ratio that It falls to  ojre.  Semi for list of ti'Htltnonlala  Artr.rew V.3. CUKNKY & t'O , Toledo, O.  Ha-..iI hy all I)ni������(.'lnl/i, 75e.  Vake Uiill'u Family l'llla for oonatipatloa.  Tempted by Sausage  A policeman, was passing down one  nf tho bystreet;, in Hamburg when he  I'spied nn al tractive piece of sausage  in u Hho'i window. He was hungry  and the Hiiusugo was alluring. Ho  wan moreover an economical man and  a person of resource. Why buy  Kami'ii".'-* when one can have it for  nothing? ho asked "hiinsulf, and drawing hiH sword, he thi'iint. 11 ilrroiigii an  apcrtnio In tho glass and neatly impaled Un; morsel on  the point.  Ho was just about to devour his  ���������spoil when a civilian who had siren  the tlii'l'l, camo up and told him sharp-  ly Id follow him to the police station. The man was so taken ahnck  thnt. h'' forgot he was a poll.'.eninn  Mini wiiiiV. mi. attempt to n-nif-t . Hii  Implori.il Hie amateur to forgive nim  A4.il not: lo rfiu;-" his arrest, hut o!i-  li calif*!! wore usfdr-ss. and, as if nu-s-  i-nnri'/f'd hi inof.'lily followed his cr,;; u  to the Ht'T'ioT, wh'i'" In* was duly ���������!?���������  r'-ncil of h1. * laiceiicy a.i 1 In no--  hwalt.l..,"!  trial.  cers. Over the graves of the common soldiers iron crosses in the  Oreelt form were erected, and over  the graves of the commanding officers  crossus of white marble. Then as  a piv at to the converging lines  they  l-C^AieAE.      AA       WC. 1 a^C      & ��������� ^A      V..A      ������������������_ t      tcnovi:  built ;t marble temple, all at a cost of  50.000  yen.      When    the    work    was  ready "'for dedicatory rites they invited  Rtiusian  ecclesiast'iCs  from  Pekin,  Harbiu   and     Vladivostock.    together  with   such   military   commanders   as i  were  ������sears  to  assemble  for religious  servieo   in   this   chapel,   where,   amid  the assembled men of both races, the  iand  was  solemnly consecrated as a  resting*  place  for  the   Russian  dead.  We thfttik we have not    done    badly  when   .ITiO   years   after   the   Battle   of  Gettysburg   wo   Invite the    surviving  Confederates  to meet us where they  fought  us,   and   with   their  Northern  fellow-cll.i7.ens give thanks to-day for  a uuitedhcountry.     But the Japs have  bettered,,  as  well as anticipated, our  act.       IVor  within  five  years of the  battle  of   Mukden  they  laid  out  the  field as a cemetery for their conquered enemlos, buried them decently, had  religious, rites celebrated by priests of  their   own   faith,   and   paid ��������� personal  tribute to the courage and loyalty of  tho men *t.hey had vanquished.      All  of this without one word  of suggestion from outside.  Wending  The curfew tolls the knell of parting  day.  The low'ng herd  wends  slowing o'er  the lea���������  Ann auto  wends its record breaking  way.  The lowing herd wends to eternity.  The cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and it cau be got at any  druggist's.  What a Rat Will Do  Almost unbelievable aro some of  the things dono by the rat, the squealing, filthy gluttonous, all-pervading  and all-destroying brown rat. Rats  often gnaw the hoofs or horses until  the blool comes. They have been  known to attack fat hogs and eat  holes in their bodies, causing death,  j. uey win iij;m. uuiiutii in-iUgS ii cui-  nered. They' often steal valuable  articles ic help them in building  neBts.  The following were found in a single nest- Three bedroom towels, two  serviettes, frm dust cloths, two pairs  of linen knickerbockers, six linen  pocket handkerchiefs,, and one silk  handkerchief. This rat, which was  a model of industry and thrift, had  carried at*, ay and stored near its nest  1*_ lbs of sugar, a pudding, a stalk  of celery, a beet, carrots, turnips and  potato.es.  In the last dozen years over 5,000,-  000 human beings have died of plague  in India alone. The Indian Plague  uommission, after careful enquiry,  found that bubonic plague in man is  entirely dependent on the disease of  the rat.  Marvelous in its destructiveness is  the common house-mouse, closely related io the rat. The field-mouse,  too, is highly destructive, the most  destructive of aii  the rodents.  !  Roya'. Relics  Notwithstanding the efforts of  stewards to keep track of royal relics,  such thing"-- turn up in odd places  from time to time. Por instance the  silk stockings which Queen Victoria  Is said tc have worn on her wedding  day and a piece of orange blossom  from her bridal bouquet were among  a number of royal bits and scraps  sold.a day or two ago at the Manor  House, Knarebborough, near Harrogate. They fetched $77. They  were found in a bijou table which  also contained pieces of the bridal  cake of King Edward and King  George, L.ord Nelson's garter and a  pair of shoes once worn by Pauline  Bonaparte, sister of the great Napoleon.  The Psychology of Italics  Doctors of style in the writing of  English declare that the use of italics  for emphasis is a positive fault, showing weakness of construction and inability to express ideas strongly by a  right arrangement of words. Nevertheless, italics are used deliberately  by some lorceful writers to gain added  effect and to fasten the eye and the  mind of tLe reader upon important  points somewhat as a speaker will  strengthen his oration by vocal emphasis and gesture. Whatever may  be said for or against the use of italics  they certainly reveal the writer's  sense of relative importance in the  things he has written. He has  selected words and phrases, and has  given them special prominence. As  we note their significance we begin  to know more of the man behind  the words. His choice of emphasis  tells us what manner of man he is.  His italics are either an index of his  mental or moral character.  We are all writing history day by  day. On every page some things  are written small, others stand out  boldly in italics. Take up the book  r.t night and read the story of the  day. It will be an interesting record���������perhaps a startling one. Doubtless we shall feel very much like correcting the proof when we find where  the italics are set.���������Christian Herald.  The services of the ushers or announcers no��������� employed in large railroad stations for the purpose of  keeping Dei sons informed of the train  movements are threatened by the introduction of a telephonic system by  which th-ise ennouncements are made  by a simrle person, but conveyed to  cany different parts of the building  simultaneously. The announcement  coming from many different parts of  a large hali, such as most waiting  rooms are at present, is done in a  much more satisfactory manner than  by the ushers, as the confusing echoes  of a direct announcement is avoided.  X horse in the field is worth two  in.the barn.- You oa't prevent  Spavin, Ringbone,  Splint, or Curb from.  putting your horse ia the barn but you  can prevent these troubles from keeping  horses in Uie barn very long.   You can get  I KENDALL'S i  ���������   SPAVIN CURE  and core all sucli ailments. For j3 y^x-.^, =  Kendall's Srwivin Cure has been tlie horse- I  man's standby. B  AtJI.TSVII.I.R, ONT. MARCH 24th, I9t2.   ��������� ���������  *'I have used Kendall's Spavin Cure for 1  _ over 14 years curing two Bog Spavins, one g  I Curb, one Jione Spavin and a Ringbone���������all a  m bad cases.   Yost medicine is the best is the 9  ���������world." JOSIAH REDICK.. 1  Price $t per bottle���������6 bottles $5. ��������� Ask ������  druggist for free book ."Treatise on. the g  Horse" or write dire<A to us 75 S  D?. Um J. (Ceuaai! Company  Enoc-urg Falla, Vermont, U. S. A.  A New York inventor has combined  an incandescent lamp with an ordinary electric driver, so that a person's  hair can be given a light bath and  dried at the same time.  A Sea Sandstorm  "With M.'* fleclit- orivereil with nn  Inch or itioro ok huihI. and l.l��������������������� ������j(*"1.:.:r.>  uml cri'w looklnj,' as if ihoy hail re-  turni'il from .1 desert trip, \)\c schoon-  rV Alvcna, t.wcnt.y-Kcven ilnys from  Columbia River,  In command of Clap-  ,   . . . ....I .. n   4      I ���������     <-., ..     T>l ,,  "..ila  ADr.iuii'.ji.,"-.  -ni.'-".    1..   '*���������  go,   Cal..   recently.       While   the   ve.-i-  r?.I   v.Ti.'i   >.iiuiiui'   aionn   under   a  light.  An Agricultural Jubilee  Mr.   MhaTcus  Woodward,  writing  in  the Contemporary Review    for   July,  imi largos   on   tho  fact   that  this  year  marks this  Jubilee of a most remarkable  and   .i.gnilicant    experiment     in  soientitle farming at    Blounts    Farm,  sawbridge-vrorth, Hertfordshire.      For  filty years past corn, and nothing but  corn,   has   been   grown   continuously,  on a certain definite system, on this  f.irm of '150 aores.      Thore has boon  no rotation  of crops  and  no keeping  of stock*.   y<-.*ir after year for half a  fontury the same land has boon made  to yield cortu crops only.      A record  kopt for th.-i'pnst 2f������ years shows that  this   land   h.as  yielded,   of   wheat,   3i"i  bushels jt-m* were, as again fd: tho United  Kingdom's  ���������.'"> bushels  per aero  as a  whole,   nnd   Canada's   18  bUBhels   per  aero.       Tho    experiment    has    boen  I roved  n   pound   one,  Its  hucccsh has  been ostablisiiicd beyond any quotion.  It has paid, nnd the land has not, boon  impoverished, rather it has boon  Improved   and   nccins  Rood   for at.  leant,  another  *lfty    years    of    continuous  enrn-growing.  The system wan Inaugurated hy tho  late Mr. J. l'rout, whofi.0 son has car-  il   im   "lie   U'ork  .unci:   jSPi'i.       Tin-  L'il.'  in  well  worth a Btuuy.  Stout Lady���������-Are you quite sure 3rou  can swim, George?  George���������Of course I can. Why do  you ask?  Stout. I^ady���������I feel so relieved. I  don't know what I should do if Fido  loll Into the water!���������London Opinion.  Since The first of tho year several  rich discoveries of gold have boen  made ln the interior of Venezuela.  WELL  PEOPLE  TOO  Wise   Doctor   Gives   Postum   to  valeecents.  Con-  An Oil That is Prized Everywhere.���������  Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil was put  upon the market without any flourish  over thirty years ago. It was put  up to meet, the wants of a small section, but as soon as its merits became known it had a whole continent for a field, and lt is now known  and prized throughout this hemisphere. Thero is nothing equal to  it.  roWe'  rrOm  trie    1 iocs  Study has been made of a proposition for generating* power for Schlcs-  W'S--TT{--|<:'t':''r,   Vvv   ii till./1 Tj at.   fliAA   oV>7r>   _taVS  4I0W of the tide, and work is under  constructicn. The island of Nord-  strand .'13 bein_ connected with the  mainland by a high-water reservoir  of 1,500 acres and a low-water reservoir of 1,250 acres. ' There 'will always be 1. head of water in one or  other of the reservoirs, which will be  available for operating turbines constantly.  OFFER PRIZES FOR SEEDS  In the causes of infant mortality  cholera morbus figures frequently,  and it may be said that complaints  of the bowels are great destroyers of  child life If all mothers would avail  themselves of so effective a remedy  as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial many a little one could be  saved. This Cordial can be given  with safety to the smallest child, as  there is no injurious substance iu it.  Ss  TRADE MARK REG.  5!?i>������5?h^������'-*1" 'B5������a-BTA4pft-s-i  A_9J&a������c������&UAJu.-,jj a. ������������**__.  "���������a high-grade paper, odorless,  tasteless, _re@ from. ������a_,  waterproof, exceptionally strong  ���������-'will not tear. A durable*  and effective interlining for  vails, floors and ceilings. ....  Examine DURO carefully at  your dealer's, or write for santipia-.-  and Booklet to the es  Se!s Caaaaisa S&ftaafecSsrers  THE STANDARD PAINT CO,  of Caaade-. United,  SSsairesA. VS&mtpzg, Calgary, Vancouver.  Nothing Serious  Young Bilfur and Miss Wapple fell  out yesterday.  Do you think they will make up  again?  I'm sure Miss Wapplo will. They  fell out of a motor boat.���������Bii'min_-  liam Age Herald.  wind   unvpnty-flvr*   rnllr-s  nnd  12",  iiul.-s  north of *--  1,.; .   '.   '.:-.   :���������   f  off   shore  .tn  I'M ego, it  ,!.,,.!     r.*    ������!..r.  4>.'l   ...,,< ,       '    J , I ' ��������� ,    ' ���������        '     ���������     '    '    ��������� ���������    ��������� -  inand . Tho iua wan Hinooth and tho  wind from \\\>-. :'.-ir.fli-c*itU., Tin* dn.-n  iqtapriK-il :o drop from tlm nky.  ^fiii.i comliiion prcvailod for Uvu  days, nficordlng to the crnw, and not  mii-il I'iiint. I.oma wan hlghi������-d did tiny  get out nf tb." diiHt. From that timn  until tho Hfhuoiior got. into port. Un*  cr<-w was liu.v 'i\vi:������'plnn iho an mini  i:ir.-d  Mnnd  "ff  the  luinbor  cnn?o  ami  .      .,       . .   i    f.   ������...-,.,    t li n    firm    rinr������ ii'li-i  of "grit out  of  Un-ir eyes ami  n.nr.--  Met'-ill's   .M:r..-ivlff  Odd Occurrencn  Hr.w o.-xl.r.'inrdlniirlly attcnMvn  I'.ow-  , , ,       . 1 ; ,  a vi    .11   ii t   ������1. ���������     ......     ..  -(">,-,I',-    1,1.  rii'i  ' I'lUll.  Of CourBe  TMrH. .'���������'poiH'''' tiavs thoy have n  liiinlor tim*> than thoy u*.oii to trying  to llvo 011 tliolr Incomo.  That's natural enough���������Spemlo luiH  li wl lii:i ������������������alary Increaiii'd.--Judgo.  Her  Renlrlr.tlon  Chairwoman of the Suffragette  ���������VM'i't.lm'. -liooii.uiiy lady wbih to make-  ,1  motion?  Vulc.v -Vo... f do; but, my gown B  1,0   iii/iii. ���������oiitiri).  ��������� 1 r,,  I 11*1(1  bin   ilt.-iillnn  Pury.���������ICacIi.-uiko ���������  wan cxtr.'uirdln-  *.%  W.   N.   U.   012  A  Vod:o  of  Experlencis  I   oiui't     iind<>rntand    why    married  r.ouplon dVfir have a dlMiigroomonl,, sho  ..uii!.       1   <lon t  hoc   why   thoi'i'   nial-  t.-rn   can't   b"   r.o  fidjuuli'il   lluil.   Ihorn  will   bn   no   lilctton.       i*4i������w,   my   nun-  .       .      1      . .. 1.    ... 1.,.,..  ll.illlA ...... A .A........  ������'- "���������'    ������  thnrour.hly.  Ind'*'*,l.   bo    replied.        How    long  li.iv'. yr>i  bi*or������  mrtrrlod?  Nearly   thri-ej   day*.���������Judc������,  A wise doctor tries to give nature  its beat chance by saving tho Uttlo  ���������strength of tho already exhausted  patient, nnd building up wasted en-  orgy with aimplb but powerful nourishment.  "Five years ago," writes a doctor,  "I commenced to uso Postum In my  own famMy Instead of coffee." (It's  a well-known fact that ton Ih just as  lnjurlouo nn coffee bc-omuio II onntnlnn  caffeine. Iho samo drug found in coffee). "I was so well pleased with  the results that I had two grocers  phi co it, in stock, guaranteeing Its  siilo.  "1 thon commenced to rocomrnnod  ll; to my patients In placo of coffoo, an  11 nulrlilouH beverage, Tho conso-  quonco is. every store In town Is now  '."Mlluir tr rifl II. has hncnmn a hoimo-  hold necoHHlty  lu  many  homes.  I'm sun* I proHcrlbo Pontum an often as any one remedy ln the Materia  Modioli���������-In almont every case of !u-  digestion and nervoufliii'SB I treat,  and  with  tho Incut remits.  Whon I onco Introduce II. Into a family, lt. Is quite Hiiro to remain. I  Hhall continue lo use If and proscribe  it In fn in liter whoro I practice.  "In I'linvaloHcoiicii fii'iii iilii'lii'-wiiihi,  typhoid U'Vor iitul oilier cation. I give  li an 11 1'quld. eiiltlly alnnorbed diet.  You may i.ho my letter uh a ridoii'iicc  any way you noo lit." Name given  by Ciiadlnn I'onlum Co.. Wliubuir,  <Vnl .  llOllll I   UO        HO.Ul        Ul ������V  All.  A.I.I i||  Ever read the above letter? A  new one appenra from tlma to time.  They aro a<snuln������i true, and full of  human Interest.  ,     .1 Jf Y     ..  Association to Foster Interest In Agricultural Matter Among Children  Tho Canadian Seed Growers association has made tho announcement  or tho prizes to be given for Hoed  selected by boys and girls hotweon  the ages of 12 nnd 18, and shown at  the next .������nniml winter fair or provincial seed exhibition.  ' Resides ninny substantial caRh  prizes and trophies a gold modal has  been donated lnyTJr. James W. Robertson, honorary president of tho association, to bo given to tho boy or  girl having Uio best oxhlblt of oatfl  In tho maritime pvovlncoH, Quebec and  Ontario, and wheat In each of tho  provinces) of Manitoba, Saskatcho-  v/nn and Alberta.  Those proposing lo conipoto for  iheso prl'/.en and trophies should ar-  nujge at onco to make arrangements  for tho necessary selections and should  also write to the secretary of tho  Canadian Seed Grow cm' association,  Ottawa, and ulitaln a copy of the prize  Hot and special arrangomonti* regarding tho transportation of oxhlbltB.  Size or Fuluro Chlpu  Sir William White, n lending naval  architect, declared recently that tlio  facts that tend to limit tho lnoronno  ln tho fllzo of ships aro chiefly commercial. Largo ships cost moro to  build than small ones, and aro moro  expensive lo operate. Moreover  they .1.1*0 net no Hiiro of obtalulng  t.holr complement.! of passengers or  cargo without delay. Tn addition,  comparu(ivoi,v low iuiiiiuiii in.������-it-.i.:;iit  channels or sulllclont depth or docks  largo enough, to accommodate vessels even of tin* length and weight, of  the Maiirotanla. Sir William bo-  lloven tha*. although largo ships will  Miss Thrill���������Do you find yachting  as oxhilaiatlng as motoring?  Tom���������No! There'B no thrill in lt  at all. You see, there's nobody to  dodga and cuss you when you're  speeding.  TBE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  71S MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Culslrie unexcelled  Hot and cold water In every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  Distinction  How do you toll tho difference between a yacht und a sailboat? said tho  girl with th*" Inquiring* mind.  By look.ng into thq pantry, roplied  Captain Cleet. If flho curries plenty  of refreshments and cigars, sho a  yacht. If It'B mostly plain victuals  she's  a  sailboat.-���������Washington  Star.  Managed to Sea it  Waitor���������-Well sir, bow did you find  tho beef?  Dlnoi���������Oh!       I  happened   Lo  Hhll't  a potato, and���������well, thoro It wub.���������  By stand or.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHltt AMD BHILI.  MBM.WlKtLOW'* SOOTMIMO B*������0������ _M  \*m\  Med for over BIXTY rBARS by MlUUOWe <f4  WOTH-KB for th������ir CUllLijK'ttN WMIlJ  "TKUTHINQ. with ������8RF_J^BUCC������������JL"Ti  ���������QOTHXCQ .\\i CHXIa-D, BOFTEnNB the dOM**^  auXiiV* ������ii rXiN ; CURSS VTnnV COX.IC, mmm  Utta������ bmt remedy for WlAkHHOftA. It H mh������  eoluf ely b*rml������sa. Be *ur������ nnd aak ret* " Mnv  Wltwlowa BAotbln-r flyrup," ������nrt taka uo athaa.  kind.   Twrat-fMiveiMutaai doum.  The meanest man In England has  just boon discovered. A cottager  wtiB askod by his wlfo to dig tho potatoes In tho garden. Ho consented, and after digging for a fow mln-  utos went into the house, romnrklng  that ho had. found a coin. Ho washed  the dirt off, and It proved to bo a  half crown. Ho put. It In his pocket and went hack to work. Presently  ho roturiibd to tho house, saying ho  had found another coin, which on lining washed turned out to bo a two-  shilling plooi-i. To put this In liln  pocketi huvo worked pretty hard,  said ho to bin wlfo. I think I'll tako  a short nap. When ho awolco ho  found that, his wlfo had dug tho remainder of tho potatoes, but sho had  found no coin. It at last dawned upon hor thut sho had boon taken in.  Serious Costly Sickness j  In far too sum to como when your bodily strength lmn been undormlneil  by the poiBon of bile, lltindnclicn, sour Btoinnch, unnlciifliint breath.  nervoiiHiicBH, nml a wlfih lo do nothing aro nil fllgiw of biliinu8iiesn--blgns,  too, tlmt. your nyBtem needs help. Just tho right help in given und thtt  bodily condition which invites eerioiiH hIcIciichh  llllll.lllllU  r..������   nnria  ...   i't j    i'. .. ,1 -  ���������Tr.r    nneclnl  nervlcen,    and  oven larger on on may ho built, the  great bulk of ocean  traffic will oon-  tlnuo l������ bo carried by voBnoIn of mod*  1 orato blzo.  Is Prevented By  Mi- ely use of Ilcwlmm's 1������III������. This famous vegetable, and always efllclent  fmnilv rcmHv will oloiir vmir NVNlnin, Kinidiitr. yi,nv bowclf}, aUmulidcvour  llvor,"tone your nervi-n. Your <lige8Uou will bo ho improved,, your food will  uourlflh you nnd you will bo utrong to DO and to reHltit. You will feci  {-renter vij;or and vitality, nn well ni������ buoyant npiritii���������after you know nnd ubw  ^/# ^ jm ^ Em *w <m*m *A mJ/xJ* IJ t  _ MMS/K* JtJfg MM*/*      0xtiJg -J/JTJTjtiM  ���������r ^riit0'tm^i0 mr<*rm*m m ** t 'mam*' "' mmr-mrm*'  tlwi dliweliMM with mrmtf box at* m\������m\Aa~mmtm<Mt������ t# mmm*.  Snl.l mtmrrmhmm,   I������i I������������������a������*. mtk..   tmmmmwmmimim**imMwmmimmmiimiiiimmimiimiiimimmiimm^ twmimmimmmmmmxxxmmtm  '11  m  ��������� IU  111. imi 1M4IH. in, nm ������ iiiiiiiiii i,������niiiiA������Am������in;im.iffi!f ������������;;;!;.  2gjg" MIWiIIY-TbP-T-P^WP^T-S-^5 MORSWTTLE.8HIPPOH U.S.|uAUC     *-������_���������_.     _<n.f-_Tn_-Pe  valuable    /Western      documents placed IN ARCHIVES  Professor Oliver of Saskatchewan  University, Discovers Important  Ma.-.uscrlptsj .-.Wffiich Throw Interesting Light on the Early History of  the West.  Ottawa, 6i.it.���������The most valuable  Canadian historical documents which  haveY been discovered for years were  collected this summer by prof. Oliver,  professor o������ history in Saskatchewan  university. Prof. Oliver, who has  been working at the archives for the  government, has succeeded in locating practically all the records of the  old Assiniboia council of Manitoba,  which was the only government in  the west, for years before Manitoba  - ntered confederation. Most of  these documents? It was supposed,  were not in existence. Some of these  manuscripts were found by Prof.  Oliver In Manitoba and some in the  archives at Ottawa?  Hon. Dr. Roche, secretary of state,  under whose department the archives  now falls,..and who is taking a keen  personal \hterest in collecting records  of:Cajhad.o's early history, thinks that  these manuscripts will prove of exceeding value to historians and believes that they will throw fresh light  on the eavly: history of the west. He  had a conference in regard to them  with Dr. Doughty, deputy minister of  the archives and Prof. Oliver Oliver  *.nd decided to publish the newly found  documents in blue-book form so they  will be .Available to all interested in  western Canadian history.  We have less InforsUation I find,  said Dr. Roche, in the.archives in regard to the west than any other part  of Canada. 1 want to secure all data,  documents and   manuscripts  possible  Democrats in Caucus Recede From  Previous Attitude and Break l  Deadlock  ���������'������������������.-.Washington...��������� Democrats of the  house have agreed ��������� in caucus to recede from their ''no battleship" programme in this session and to permit  the battleship champions to vote in  the house for one such vessel. Un-  li ike the four preceding caucuses,  there was an absence of bitterness of  feeling and by a rising vote of 55  to 11, the resolution of recession, was  put through. It is?expected that  the senate will agree to the. one battleship ending the deadlock over the  naval  bill.  While the solid support of .'the/ majority in the house will not be given  to the battleship programme, the  leaders are confident that they will  have far more than the necessary  strength when aligned with the Republican friends of the navy. An effort will be made to have the warship  to be authorized, the largest and  most formidable fighting craft ever  laid down.  GOVERNMENT IS AROUSED OVER  INFLAMMATORY SPEECHES'  PAS1 ATLANTIC SERVICE  oe  Subject  Will   fco   Among  First to  Considered at First Meeting  Ottawa.���������Early consideration of the  question of the establishment of a fast  Atlantic bervice Is promised on the  return of the Rt. R. L.. Borden and  his colleague*; from London. This  subject will be among the first to-be  dealt with by the cabinet.  It is learned that during his stay  in England, Premier Borden.has received a > eiwwal of the offer of the ���������  syndicate, which includes Sir Thomas j  Trowbridge, for the establishment ot  a fast service from Halifax to Black-  scd Bay. The promoters, it is understood ask for the usual government  Mr.  Churchill   Declares That Sir Ed-,  ward Carson Is the Moving spirit of  an Organization Which  Has Avowed   its   Intention  to  Set up a  Provisional  Government.  London .���������The Dundee    Advertiser,  an influential Liberai    organ,    prints  the startling hint that the government  is prepared to take action should the  inflammatory speeches and doings of  A.   Boaar Law, Sir Edward  B.   Carson, Frederick E. Smith    and    other  Conservative   leaders  in   Inciting   Ul-  sterites to revolt, have the effect of  provoking   disturbances     in     Ulster,  thus bringing them within the pale of  the law.       The    newspaper    recalls  that Parnell and his associates were  lodged in Kilmainham jail under sim-  iar circumstances.  A significant connection in the Advertiser article is that Winston  Churchill continues his polemic  against A. Bonar Law. On August  12 Mr. Churchill made a passionate  attack upon the leader of the opposition for the latter- incitement of  Ulster to resist home rule. ; In a  further letter Mr. Churchill, referring  to the Conservative incitement of Ulster, declares that Sir Edward Carson  is the mov'ng spirit of an organization  tinues. and widespread drilling. WhateverSir? Edward"/Carson's merits���������as  a militarj* commander may be, nobody  is a' better judge of now near you may  go to the edge of criminal conspiracy  w'thout actually crossing frontiers  which must be guarded by law.  Mr. Churchill proceeds at length to  denounce Bonar Law as the leader  of a great party who is assuming responsibility beforehand for everything  that Sir Edward may say or do. He  says that if the Opposition leader has  OUA.AJ       UUllllUCIlOC       OP        1.C        j/������Vi*w*J_O        aw  have for overturning the government  speedily and tak'isig office himself, why  not wait patiently and win honorably,  and added:���������Why capsize the boat in  jostling for the tiller.  Bonar Law may try to scramble out  of the mess, Mr. Churchill's letter  says in conclusion, but the consequences of his actions will pursue  him and those identified with him. He  has drawn a blank check of indefinite  currency against the whole resources  of the Unionist party which any ruffian or lunatic may present any morning filled in by  the hand of crime.  It is noteworthy that Mr. Churchill  sits in parliament for Dundee and the  article published in the Dundee-Advertiser may be inspired.  Sir William P. Byles, Radical  Member of parliament for the , north  division of Salford. in a letter sent to  the newspaper says: ���������I confidently  expect that Bonar Law will draw in  his horns for he probably knows that  } indictments for treason and felony are  being prepared in the attorney-gen  eral's office  TRADE  WITH  NEW    ZEALAND  in regard to the early history of the   assistance and profess to be ready to  *- mf mf ,**j^,      ������ r* #"��������� O -a.**'      1*1 f >!.**.**���������      +" Y-_ ���������TilT      T_T>rfeT^r\������9^i_      *���������*%      _A _r\     in  west. Every year that passes makes  it that much harder to secure. However, the minister.is not confining his  efforts to the west alone and, with a  view to strengthening the hands of  Dr. Doughty in securing original documents on Canadian history he has  enlarged the manuscript commission  by the addition of the following  names: Arch-deacon Armitage, Nova  Scotia; Arch-deacon Raymond, ' St.  John, N.B ; Hon. Thcs? Chapais,  Quebec; Prof. Grant, Queens university jand Sir Edmund Walker, Ontario; frof Chester Martin, Manitoba  university and R. E. Gosnell, British  Columbia  Dr. Roche is also considering the  appointment ot a commission to go  through all the Ottawa departments  iu a search foi documents of historical interest which should he preserved in the archives. At present-no  effort is made to save or preserve departmental documents and the departments are filled with old'files, which:  may hold documents of almost priceless value.  In Eng'and. said the doctor, after a  certain number of years all papers go  :uutomatic_lly to the archieves. I  %'nink it is a good plan and I will iike-  ���������y recommend this system for Cau-  _da.  Among the relics found were human  bones shaped into instruments used  *_y the Indians, probably before the  advent of the white man into America.  Arm bones have been whittled at the  wrist end to a point resembling a  large spike nail. "What, these were  made and used for is not known. Another ad i it ion is the erection in an  excellent glass' case of a pair ot fine  -Bpeciniens of Arctic musk oxen.  do today what.they proposed to do in  1907. The offer includes a service  not only to Halifax on the Atlantic  but also cij the Pacific.  It is probable that-a more formal  offer will' be placed before the government by those interested in the  scherbe anil will be considered when  the whole question comes before the  council this fall.  AUSTRALIA AND PANAMA CANAL  ws,^,n..\4  is  Makes  Representations    to  That  American  Preposition  Unfair  Melbourne, \ Australia. ��������� Alfred  Deakiu. leader of the Federal Opposition, asked Premier Fisher in the  House of Representatives recently,  whether he intended to communicate  with the Imperial Government respecting the American Senate's decision to exeinpc from Panama Canal  tolls American coastwise shipping, as  it is a mat'-.r of hnrortanc- to Aus  tralia.  Premier Fisher replied that he re  gretted the American decision, which  appeared to be clearly against the  terms of the Anglo-American treaty.  He alreaJy had communicated with  and hoped that the matter would be  satisfactorily   settled.  Commissioner  Reports  island  Colony  Needs Many of Canada's Products  Ottawa.���������The Canadian trade commissioner in New Zealand, W. A.  Beddoe, in a report just received by  the department of trade . and commerce, contributes some interesting  and important information with re  gard to trade possibilities between  Canada and New Zealand. For the  benefit of those who favor trade  through Imperial channels it is shows  that between the two countries there  exists a reciprocal preferential tariff; j  adequate transportation - facilities by  subsidized steamers and a good demand for high-class Canadian natural  and manufactured products.  The commissioner states that there  is a..- particularly good demand for  high class dairy cattle to improve New  Zealand herds, and he asks for a list  of exporters promising that good business wilLresult. It is pointed out-  that during the year 1910, only 86  Canadian cattle were imported, most  of these being from Ontario. For  the fiscal year ending March 3L1912,  Canada supplied only $35,000 worth  of boots artd shoes to New Zealand.  ^Timber in the island colony is also  about exhausted and the commissioner  thinks that a trade ,in lumber could  be worked up with British Columbia.  Last year more than one million  dollars worth of iron and steel fittings  was used and of this quantity Canada  secured but $25,000, notwithstanding  our preference of ,20 per cent.  The commissioner , n[s gratified to  know that a new industrial concern  for the manufacture of nails and wire  will soon be instituted in Canada, and  states that a large business may be  established, providing the supplies are  permanent.  The exports of butter to Canada  during the past season, the report  states, have exceeded all expectations.  The report also notes that the arrival  in New Zealand of thirty men, claim-  lug iu De V/<ii.aQjd;i    lajruieiS.       .   -������*icj  stated on arrival that the Canadian  climate was too vigorous foi* them and  they had. decided to settle in New  Zealand. '  1������������������-__- -'-s5S-J������fI*f_ a        M\?2.S.%2%]?XJi  LESSON   VUI���������THIRD     QUARTER,  FOR AUGUST 25, 1912  i eXi   Oi    trie    t_c3SOn,    ������-Ui\S    iv,    lu-uu.  - .Memory Vercfes, 15, 10���������Golden  Text, John S, 11 (R.V }���������Commentary Prepared by Rev. D, WI*.  Stearns?  According to the harmonics of the  gospels? this lesson takes us back in  the story a long distance, back to a  time before the Sermon on ths Mount,  to a time soon after the first miracla  at Cana^, and the meeting with the.  wsman o% Samaria, according to IM&iU  xiii,  54-58;   Mark   vi,  1-6.       He    did,  revisit Nazareth after the  events  in  last week's lesson and taught in tha  synagogue   but   could   do   no   mighty,  work except healing a few sick folk,  because of their unbelief. They were  astonished at His wisdom,  but thoy ���������  were  offeuded  at    Him    and    paid: ,  "Wheuci hath this    man    all    these  things?      Is not this the Carpenter. ���������  the  Son  of  Mary,    the    brother    ot  James  and   Joses  and  of  Juda  and,  Simon, and are not his sisters, here!  with us?      He only replied. "A pro-,  phet is not without honor but i;n fcia������  own country and among his own kin:  .and   in   his   own   house."       Because,  said   , something similar  in our  He  which has openly avowed its intention      -*-���������������*  to set up a provisional    government, I  that is. the first lord says, a government the Crown and the Parliament.  There has been a large importation  of arms in Ulster, Mr. Churchill con-  EDMONTON ��������� WINNIPEG  CANAL  General Booth's Health Palling  ���������London.���������The condition of General  William Booth, the commander in  chief of the Salvation Army, who wue  operated on in May last for the removal of a cataract from his left  eye, and who is now totally blind,  Is growing worse.  Bramwell Booth, chief of staff of  the Salvation Army, and a son of the  aged salvat'onist, prints tho following  announcement in the War Cry, the  Salvation Army organ:  I deeply regret to say that onr beloved general is not us well. Ills  doctor reports indirectly that the improvement iu the general's health has  not been maintained. The general's  heart ia not strained, and if only his  sleep were >-e.stored ho would quickly  regain much that Is now In danger  of being lost.  The general speaking of his own  wenknoBs and pain last. Sunday snld:  Ask the people who love me to pray  for me.  Estimate of Cost of Six-Foot Water  way to be Known Soon  Ottawa.���������lt is stated in official circles that Engineer Voiigny, of the  Department of Public Works, who  has had charge of the surveys for the  proposed six foot barge canal from  Edmonton to' Winnipeg, ig now at  work on a fiscal report and that an  estimate ol the cost ot the proposed  waterway will be in the posession of  the Government- early this autumn.  ,  The expectation in official circles Is  that a vote will be placed in the estimates next sessiion for the preliminary work.  It is thought that the canal will  cost several millions but the development of water power along the route  may tend to reduce the cost somewhat.  THF MARKFT RFPiRT  1 MIL:     l!il-a������iE__3 _     iS.a*I IP 1-3.  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  LOTS   OF   MONEY   FOR   NAVY  Early  Wheat Shapes Well  Winnipeg.--John Knox, one of the  hlg grain growers of Grcnnrldge, Man.,  shlpppod iust week from that place  over tho C.N.R. to Toronto Exhibition, a sack of new,whoat for exhibition purposos.  Tho grain, which Is Red Fyfe, was  cut on August :i. and is a very line  sample, grading No. I Northern, The  1 berry Is largo and plump, nnd of beautiful  color.  Harvesting has,.been general In the  Greonrldgo district for nearly a week,  und many larmoi'H huvo from 7h lo  10(1 iiores of wheat cut.  The crop in that locality la very  lino, and an abundant yield, ifl as-  fciirod. ,  Unionist   Member  Say*  Canadak Will  Give Anything a R^sponalble Mln-  leter Asks  London.--F. F. Smith, K.C.. Union-  1st M.P., for the Walton Division of  Liverpool, who is now on his way to  Canada, writes ns follows���������Tho maintenance c*: an adequate navy ought  to be outsidn the scope of party controversy. Tho Canadian nation is  enormously rich, and If appealed to  with impressive truth, will find miy  money which a mlnlBtor in whom it.  hns confidence thinks right to ask.  The one bright spot. Is found In the  apparent ntentlon of Canada to stop  Into the Held and help to redeem the  maritime balance of the* Old  World.  Lord Snckvllle Vlaits Canada  Ottawa.���������Lord Saekvllle. of Seven  Onks, England, and a member of the  British hoiipo of lords, Is ono of Mm  giieBts at tho Chuteiiu Laurier. " lie  Is not here on nny special mlHsluii, but  Is merely looking over tlm country,  and will do nmne hunting nnd fishing.  He Is a Conservative mid opposes  Irish Homo Rule. Ilo favors a large  hiivy anil believes Iho HorlousnosH of  tho Angk.-ljiTih.m sitimtlon has not  been exaggerated. lie I'nvoi'H a Can.  nd Ian contribution to the navy and niuu. commends the Lloyd-George In-  uuninci) bill, although ho kIiiIch 1.1 ml.  itu yd it ii.i������ m/l   prori.-il i'l'jjulur.  OntEirlo  Olrla  Come  West  to   Marry  Toronto. ������������������ Jfllghtoon prospective  brides left tho Union Station thin  v;rrk for ".Voctorn Cnnndii, triivclllni*:  ovor Iho Grand Trunk.  A. Id'. Duff, district pnHsenger ngent.  BtutoB that this Is only tho first, of iv  largo number of Ontario glrlu who  will go. west for a similar purpose  Already ho luul rocelved lottoru from  various CV.T.lt, agents throughout  tho province stilting that there were  many glrlu In tho country dciilruus uf  taking a  chance  lu  tho matrimonial  Tv,ii..l,,.(   niiil   thnt   ho   pvjiocIimI   In  hiii*.'  fully r,0 In the next party.  Falls   Into $100,000  Calgary.���������Alex.  McLaren, a young  Scotchman,  who  Iiuh  been  ciirnliiK  a ,  -..,���������..,,.|4-.MU lii-iiif- ii, r*'i|,.-'t'*v Hhlnfrtrrtf flecrcftHo In the Irlali liopillatiott dm  nhooH, hnu been advised by a llrm of) ing the (icnini noin mm m i.ui m  Vancouver luwyiM-s, Unit ho In ucu in i imlj 1.- ,,- -.' - >':'.' "���������":���������-���������.: *"r ���������.:���������! "'��������� f>' "  a rortuno or $100,000, and will leave In the preceding dcciido. The uml*  for the count city In a fow days to grants for Hill were ���������1,000 below the  , bccJU.o yo:���������-;<.���������;.��������� i-cJ of bin U'C-'icy. jnvenigo 'or the decade.  Rogert- Not to fjo to London  Ottawa.���������Hon. Robert, Rngnrn, who  has returned to Ottawa from Winnipeg, lias decided not to mako hla  visit, to England ibis year owing to  the pi-cud of nep'nrta'iental hunlnenH and  flu- early return of Promlor Borden  and bin colleagues. lt la also pohhI-  blii that Coloiii'I llttghf'H amy call olT  111;;   'ildcMioi   ii i|������.  Winnipeg, August 7.���������Further    depreciation  in the price of wheat futures has  marked  the week.       The  leading markets    of    this ; continent  showing declines of 2c. -to 3c. for the  September and    October    deliveries.  The booming of the spring wheat crop  in the North-western States apparently  has  overshadowed  ail   other  conditions.      It is now an acknowledged  fact that the production will be a record one and as cutting and harvesting is well under way except in the  extreme northern portions of the ter-'  ritory, barring a wet harvest the crop  is .now p.-actically secure.      This will  be the first big crop they have had  in several years and It is only natural  that  pri.-jts   should   decline.       Sentiment has a great deal to do with the  making of wheat prices and for some  time it hi.o been radically    bearish.  Short selling has been extremely popular and the professional speculators  are looking for still lower figures. ���������   It  is probable, however,  that the average  of  the  crops price  for  the  season will not be far from the present  level.      There is no gr-Sat supply of  actual wheat in the different markets  so that there must be a large short  Interest an3 a bad technical situation  in  the pits   which  with any adverse  change would result in sharp upturns.  Canadian crop   conditions   have   not  changed.      The weather the last few  days  has been unfavorable as  rnlna  have  been  general  when   warm,  dry  weather Is needed.      Some    of    the  prominent*  crop experts    have    been  travelling over Manitoba and Saskatchewan   since   Monday  and     reports  bear out. our views that only a mod-  t'liiti' crop can be expected.      Many  fields  In  Manitoba are thin  and  uneven which will bring down the aver-  ago to not moro than last your and  Saskatchewan is expected to be under  last year's production.      Unless conditions  soon  take  a  change  for  the  bettor a great portion of this crop will  bo Into and subject to frost damage.  Foreign markets have remained relatively Htrong In tho fnco of tho weakness on this side, and the anmo may  ho   said   about   tlio   United   Kingdom  and France.      Statistical   news   him  boon   bullish.       World's   ahlpmcnt.fi  Hhow a sudden falling off being only  7,5192,000 bun. compared to 10.352,000  bus.   last   week   and   10,028,000   bun.  hint  your.        Tbe    European    visible  Hiipply shows a large decrease, br.ii.r.  lug tho'total down to 68,1)44.000 bu.-..  against 72 036,000  bus. hist, week and  tlio dciTc-asc bi'iut* '',0!'~,0l't������ bin..  LaM  wook there wni 11 <'.��������� crease of ytJH.O'iO  bi|i'.   and   Ian!   year    a    iloc.reiiso    ot  IfM.OftO iuiH., when the total waa 71,-  ���������100,000    bun,        Whllo    tho     United  HtnfoN   vli'.ihln   supply  has   lucroimod  7K7,ooii bus.  for the pant week  it   la  Icrii'  I bun a courier of    whnt    It    In-  ereiiKed a    year    ago,        The    total  nulled    Stalen visible la now  lS,H:i*_.-  000   bun.   an   aguliiHt   1R.ori5.000   bus.  lam   Mci'k  nml   hi,^_Hi,nm, l.n.,.   ;..  v.'..!  the large outturns in North America  this deficiency is hardly likely, but  supplies both here and abroad are  light and i~ crop equal to last year the  world over would leave uo burdensome surplus at the end Of the crop  year. There is every indication of  a broad consumptive demand both in  the United States and Europe and  present prices are on an international level.  In the Winnipeg markets futures  have been dragging lower in sympathy with Minneapolis and Chicago.  It is worthy" of notice however that  for some time Winnipeg October has  been selling higher than either Minneapolis or Chicago September wheat.  Cash wheat is in good "demand; especially for une, two, three northern and  number four    wheat. There    has  been only a limited enquiry for the  lower grades. Receipts are fulling  off and the stocks of milling wheat  are well cleaned up. Total wheat  In store at Fort William and Port  Arthur on August 2nd, were 4,162,174  bus. against 4.71.7,416 bus. last week  and 3,920,000 bus. last year. Of this  there are. only 796,016 bus. of one.  two and thr<������> northern compared to  3,219,530 bus. a year ago. Total  shipments for the week were 1,587,835  bus. against 1,229,125 bus. a year  ago. To-day's cash prices are: No.  1 Nor., 107c; 2 Nor., 103"V6������.; 3 Nor..  lOO'^C; No. 4, 85i/iVc. Futures  closed October 91 %c; December  88%c; No. 3 A.R.W. 96%c; No. 4  A.R.W. SQViC.  Oats���������  W**nk ar.d lower with no demand' is  all that can be said about the oat  ...antfe'i-. i-Tices for both cash and  futj*re-8 nre off 2c. from where they  were a week ago. Today's prices  are 2 C.W., _5-}ic October futures 33%c."  Barley���������  Values have remained unchanged  with only a limited enquiry. To-day's  prices are No. 3, 51c; No. 4, 4G\i>c;  Rejected, 41c; and feed, 41c.  Flax-  Buyers arc Un evidence again but  receipts are sufficient to .take care of  the demand. This time UiBt' year  receipts Wero nil. To-day's prices  are 1 N.W., 164c;* 1 Man., 163c;  Rejected, 155c; and condemned, 120c.  Tho October future cloned at 158c.  All prices quoted above are based  on delivery ln store Fort William and  Port Arthur.  CADETS   REACH   MELBOUP.NE  City   Will   Make   up. for   Indifference  Shown at Sydney  Melbourne; Australia.���������:The contingent of Canadian cadets were accorded the warmest welcome on their  arrival. The citizens of Melbourne  have undertaken to defray all the expenses during their stay in Victoria.  Complaints have been made by the  lads as to the reception they received  at Sydney, which aroused, public opin-  | ion here, and the people are "anxious  that no -. slur shall be cast on Australian hospitality, so they are giving the.lads a splendid time.  A Sydney dispateh states that the  party of Canadiian Cadets Came with  so little announcement that their  presence was not realized until some  little soreness had arisen at the sup-  lesson for today some one must^have"  thought .the incidents the same, and -  the more perhaps, because Luke only ;  records this, and  only Matthew and'  Mark   the  other.       The  Incident  ot{  this lesson occurred very early in His {  ministry, while that was much later I  and   was probably His  last  visit  to j  Nazareth        Turning  to  this  lesson. ;  we note that it was His eustoin to go  to the synagogue on the Sabbath and  it could not have been, for the ben- f  efit   received    from    any     discourse  there,  but  there   was always a  por-  t'.on read from the law, the;propheta  and the psalms., and that could not  but  be profitable  to  a  truly devout  mind.      Forsaking the assembling to- .  gether is one 01 the common and in- ]  creasing, sins of our day, disobeying 1  Heb. x.     25.      There isa great for- I  saking of the house of God and "dis-  pising  of  His   word,  but  all   things  hasten to the consummation and the  kingdom Khali-be the Lord's. ...  On this particular Sabbath He was  asked to read., and there was given  Him the roll or book of the prophet  Isaiah. Finding the place knowa  to us as chapter lxi, He read, just a  few   sentences  and   closed   the   book  or roll and gave it  agai  O ^H~������> !__ ___<  ister and sat down. With what expression He must have read! It  wac surely according to Neh. viii, 8.,  He read distifictH" and gave the  sense, aud now, having taken Hla  seat, He was about to cause them to  hear. Hu was about to cause them  to understand the reading. "We do  not wonder that the eyes of all in the '  synagogue were fastened on Him  (verse 20), for if this was His first  I reading it was the first time they had  pressed lack bi interest in their visit,   ever heard the Son'of God read from  visit.  Many people and organizations  would have been only too delighted  to show them hospitality.:  The misunderstanding is much regretted, but the matter is now put to  r?ghts.  Was Hounded Out of Army  London.���������The case or Lieut. Allen  Sutor, Houtonced to twenty-one .diiyH  Imprisonment for throwing,, a stone  through u police station window, In  I referred to by radical newspaper** as  another lllur.lrntlon of the fate which  befalls ni'iir'y every ono who atagou-  I'/aih the upper chiHs In England.  Sulor .van foi'i'i'd out of I he nvrny  about two years ago for puhllHhing a  book telling of tho pink tea exlut-  onco led by practically all British of-  IUhm'h and of tho total unlithosh of  most' of tluun for military leadership.  He Ih 11 poor man and has Hlnce  been hounded out of every poultioii he  haa secured until ho la on the verge  of starvation.  It.   waa   to   draw   attention   to   this  Mi.il    lo-   l.ll-c.-.'   thi"   .-MfUl'-*.  MORE   MOUNTED   POLICE  i/est Brings Thirty Men  From Old Country  Montreal.���������Inspector C. H. West,  of the North West Mounted,. Police,  arrived here on his return from England. Although he was on holiday  leave, Inspector West did some recruiting while he was In England,, and  brought to Canada with him 30 men  to join the police. Others were^anxious to come to Canada for the service, but were not in a position to pay  the transportation from England to  Regina. Most of the men who came  to Canada "'ith Inspector West have  seen regular army service, and some  of them brought, their discharges in  order to come to Canada.  Fostering German Trade  Montreal.���������Dr. Hans Hnmmnnn,  the secretary of the German-Canada  Economics Association who Is on a  mission to Canada with a view io fostering tho trade between this country and Germany, has arrived in Montreal and after a few days here will  visit Ottawa, Toronto and the wpsI.  He will confer with German business  men in thlf. city and also lit other  cities in Canada with a view to forming a corresponding association in  Canada to keep the parent association  In Germany fully informed of opportunities and developments that: may  lead to profitable trade.  Loudon,-  ago.       The Canadian  visible  Inns  do-  fopiihiiian Oecrca&inrj j iliin-d   niu.li r.itoly   luii   1:;   itlll   larger  Tho annual report, of tlio' Mian hint year, Ilm percentagi* of mill-  I'U'glutrar  (inural   for   Ireland   Mhownllii'. wheal  howi'ver in much Ici-m than'  ' what   It   waa  In   1011,  C.P.R. Short of Laborers  Montreiij.���������There Is a shortage of  no fewer than.2,000 laborers 011 various parts of tho C.P.R. system and  tho company has no hope that the  shortagf will bo supplied in the near  future.  Mr. Bailey, the company's employment ageut In Montreal haa been to  Ottawa to seo tho commissioner of  Immigration but he has returned with  little hope in sight.  Wages from 451.90 to $2.2f. a day  lor eoimtruetlon work nre being offered). The reason Is believed to bo  that many' European countries aro  now discouraging Immigration.  1 * * 1 * ,1  ll>   flu������  To   Une   Motor   Drivj-n   Wnrslilpn  London.    The   f'(ipeiihagoi)     i-uire:-  pDiideiit. 'I'  the Dally  Tolcgraph   Hiiya  If  M11*  fli'llc-l Mint, it  appi'iii-M Mt.il. lluly   will   In:  tin-  1    ... ,i.,i.vi,,,���������i I 41..,..   ,.,.,,,.,.   ,,,  nn,.   nintor drlvou   war-  Scdilloii In Cfjypt Hipped  Cairo ���������The police began    11    campaign against, the publication of antl-  RrlllHli   literature  recently.  Native printing olMcca, itcwnpaper  fifllcffl, and news and book dealers'  nliopH were placed under a clone sur-  icIUnncc.  The criiflnde Is the result of evidence brought, out in tlio cam* of  throe  ���������"(miiii,   I'li'ViOlium,  Hontcnccd   to  IHUM'II    ,V I'll IT,     I U111J I  ii ' 11 111 ��������� ��������� II.    ii.ii 11,    Mi,.'  Kcdlilnut* honl'H ami pamplilein i-iimi'd  Mielll lu plot ..,;  llHHilHHitlU'.iDll .  Aw: !  Lord K!m  full reiiort i,v iho international I ships!  HiiHtllulc if Agriculture there will be  no ureal   burden  of    wheat    on    Iho  j world's  iitarkeln Mils  hciuhui.       With  Tho Italian I'.ovm iiuhuii. ii.u.  ordered rrniii Copenhagen -four  ships fitted  with  DIhhoI  engines.  JlIM  war-  H.B. Tendero Called Now  Ot.iiiwu.���������- l t'luli-i I.  IlilVO   IM'I'U   1  >������     ,%...     1 1,  Hay Hallway up to Tidewater, receivable until Hepti'inliC'i* 12.  His owxl book.      How wonderful and  startling were the words He uttered.  "This day  is  this  Scripture fulfilled  in your ' ars!"   (21).      For a  literal  fulfillment of each sentence that He  read see Luke vvtl, 22;  vii, 12; viii,  42; ix. 39; xiii. 16; John ix.    It wag  so   through  all   His  ministry.  ���������'���������' An-1  ofnted with the Holy Ghost and wittx  power, He went about doing- good and*,  healing air that were'oppressed of the-  devil, for God wars with Him (Acts x,,|  38).     They could not but wonder at-  his gracious words,    and    yet    they-  AA.,U        ^������.A        4������n^^.^A       XX..X       TT-        .������������������       AI..J-  A.A/.1AVA       AAAAk       IVlfiOt       lUlll,      AAA?        r������ AAD       U4AJ41   "]  ov/n tov/nsman, who had been brought j  up  in  their midst,  whom  they  had \  seen and known day by day for near-.f  ly thirty years.      Had He not ffiaiJo'  and  mended  their plows  and  yokes  many a tune?     What could He moan  by His reference of-that. Scripture to  Himself     Whom did He think Him**  self to be?      Truly they .knew Him  not,  but,  oh.   if  they  had  only  had'  believed   His   word   and   inquired   of*  Him  more fully  and    meekly,    how-  grand it might have been for them!:  What a heartache (as we would say)  Israel    always    gave    him,    drawing  from Him such wordft as :  "Oh that  they were wise, that thoy understood  that they wonld consider!      "If Midi;  hadst   known!"       How   often   would  1���������and  y-������ would not!      Israel woulc  none of me.      (Deut. ?cxxli, 29; Lukr  xix, 42; Matt, xxiil, 37; Ps. lxxxl, 11)  how   patient   and   long   suffering   he  has been!      Bnt there is a limit, anc.  so  they   have  been    scattered  ', now  these   many   centuries,   and   Ho  haa  been keeping silence,    bearing    with  His church and  the nations and tho  devil,  but   there  was  a  sentence  in  Isaiah   which   Me  did  not  read  tha^  day   at  Nazareth.      He  stopped  jus*  utt  He  ciiiiiir to II. and  uliiil. Iho buuk,  We are still living In the acceptable  year of tne Lord, and still waiting for  the day ol! vengeance    of   our    God  upon  His  enemies  and   the  time  to  comfort all who mourn in Zioh  (IsiiJ  lxi, 2. 3;   lxlll,  4).      Seo Ps.  1, 1-3:;  Isa. Ixvl, 15. 16,     Thoy seem to havo-  been offended not only at Ills saying;  btft also because Ho did not ln tholi*  town some of the mighty   works   Ho  had d-iic at Cupornaiiiu.    lie i-jiiludr  oil  thorn  that  in  tho days  of Elijah  and Hl'aha It was not a widow or a  leper in Israel who was in a apcclal  manner helped, but r, widow of Sidoir  and  a leper from  Syria,  although  nt:'  that   time  thoro  woro  many  widowa  and  lepers    In    Israel.        Tt    seemB  strange   that   whon   people   of   their  own will cut    themselves    off    from  h!(-.",���������,hi:.���������*���������"���������, they  p-rnv.*    angry    hor-miro  they are  not  blessed.      Bnt: such  In  rhc   perversity   of   the   carnal   mind,  which Ja enmity against God,     Thoso  worda about, Elijah and Ellnha filled  thoiu with wrath,    and    they    would  havo killed  I Ilm had Ho not slipped  away  from  them.  To  Banquet  Premier Borden  nii.-iu.'i.��������� ��������� Preparnflotifi aro now nodi r way ior the holding of a tug han-  quet In the t'hatenn i.aurior In honor  i-f Premier IWudi-n iiuiiiiiiliait-l.v 011  bin nt urn to Ottawa from ICagliuui,  The date lui" not lieen fixed pending  thti reeohit of definite Information au  IO     llll'     lUlll.U     IIIIU'    I'l      'HI.       |,il.-il'|ll    il    All-  ������!.,,, ,     I- ,...... III     1!������,.     r. ,������,-,, ., (v,,������>t f.,. J,,  uro being made hy iho Conservative-  J AHHoclatlo;. of Ottawa. 2s^-������ffisa-W*i:&^^^  SjliMW-Mii^^  "^'-Mrn^ffr^T^r^iT**^^ .ir n i>i i fi rrrirri   THE    CRESTON    BE VIEW     CBESTON.  B. ������  Wa  ��������� ginnw������!!^r!^ijA^a,witwi������gaTi_ *E22~3 ���������rK2g**2JGSi3aMtHi'S^ESS_  sassa ���������ga^BPffn-wrgAamasgriaB  Yale- Lumber Camp  -.am __i ������-������������������������������������  ' A ���������' F* a-s a ���������- .��������� >������  M"~ B   \W  We  also  ..^^1  can  supply your needs   in   Stone  allons  Pickling Spices in bulk or packages  till  Cm-a^g\  _���������__ r������%        11VV    'g  w<Ju������MiJMiaM_>_H_������i__^���������Mj���������"-*tiWBf*waiag������fe������ttiM  _B_  -(JET   THE-  *f?,_l StrOiH  Typewriter  NOW  IT IS YOURS  FOR  17  CENTS  A DAY  Church  Notices  j_ sm.tll first  paviiieut  bviii'-'-s  the niacin ne, and you use it and   g|  have it while you're payiug. S  The most popular typewriter iu   g  Oreston.    Millions iu use. g  Guy   Lowenberg, Agt ������  PROFESSIONALS __  CHAS. MOORE, C.H-  xi-\J.   juiASIi   oucbVJC.xiut   a_ijv    j_n,Uiiavi  y~V   HERE ARE SOME OK THE   O  rosmoNo  Referred to us the first week iu August  Lumber Oo.. Klk. steno-  METHODIST CHURCH   ���������  Services will be held evei"ir Sunday us  follows:  Morning - - 1.1:110 a. ut.  Evening   -        - .      7:30 p. ni.  S.ihbuth School 2:i$*i p. m.  You are .welcome  to   tarry with us.  1'Yi.x.l L, Ourponfcov  Pastor  PRESJ-YTKKIAN   OHUHOH  Service, every  Sunday   at   11 a. m.  ami 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath Sohool at 10 a. m.  Adult  Bible Class at close of even-  ���������'The prospects are good 'for an early  opening of the Yale Columbia logging  camp, however at prasG-nt I can _as���������c  j no definite statements said Chas. F.  Landmark, general manager of the Dominion Saw Mills Company? which'is  at p- esent undergoing a reorganization  and recapitalization. With the burning of the company's mill at Nelson the  Yale camp which is about four miles  south oi. towu, closed down.  Mr. Liudmurk was in Crestou'to looking over the pl-operty in   this vicinity.  i  Tho   company holds   about 05 square  miles of timber laud on Kootenay luko  aud upper river and for a time ran four  saw mill two of which burned down.  At present there arc 8,000,000 feot of  timber iu tho river at-Yale onmp ready  to bo floated down to Nelson upon the  Government to Sell  Prince Rupert Lots  -j^*eii^s*vTW*^*^������!qapBSKrK  __  1 ing- service.  graphcr  Plan_ and Specifications i power Co.. City, Ston-  *^ a.xXVv * A~4--i-*4 - U.W. . "^        r  ��������� ��������� ! Railroad, Citv. Steno-  DENTISTRY l_ grapUer     -    -  ^^^ ��������� Lumber Co.. St. Maries.  If.   E. HALL D. D, 8, | Harvester Co., Moscow.  "~~*������" j Stenographer  Office   over   Frank Parks Hardware  Commission, City. Sten-*  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  oiri*a nlitM*  $03 nionlh  $50      ������������������  ,$75      *'  $75  $���������30  $50  $00  Consultin-  Engineer  CRESTON      -  B.C  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTO,-  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Hdw, Co.. St. Maries.  Bookkeeper  Lumber Co.. Palouse. Steuo-  grapher    -   -    -    ������60       "  And others. "We couldn't fill these  calls. We'll have a good position  waiting for YOU when you complete  your course"  "Write for Free Lesson in Gregg  Shorthand, P enuianship Booklet or  Catalog.  The Blair Business College  firrt  Aven ne  and Madison, Spokane  W. G. BLAKK  Miuister  H1K  hfl r  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  sale. Close to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  ncome.       Apply owner % Review.  Circulars are out regarding a government auction sale of Prince Rupert Lots  which is to be held on August 29. Tbe  lots to be sold are in sections 1, 5, G, 71  and S. The terms 01 the saie are oue-  quartcr cash and the balance  ih equal instajlrneuts of cne,"  two and three years, bearing interest at 6 per cent per annum. Ten  percent of the whole amount of1 the  purchas3 money shall be paid ou the fall  of the ham-mar.  For furthur information communicate with Government Agent CD.  Rand at his office in Vancouver or at  his branch office at Prince Rupert.  _tr*.  #  Music Sunnlied for Concerts & Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & ^j,  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  ���������Ti. A TT  B.C.  "Um. IR. Beau?  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  The  Funeral Director  mtmm  Before ������ettin_  Cm Contract ���������  For tho 'uiilding of youi New  House, Store, Office Wnrkslioj,  or other building, write or eall  on inc. Estimates given on nil  kinds of work.    i_epairs& Alterations  A  SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfju-tion  guuriintoetl on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' lluis,  Trimmings,  Flowers  ami Ilibli.iiis.  LAD I ES'   R R A l> Y-Al A 1)10  WAISTS  New  Lines of   .1 1 ilii .- 11 <l ( 1 1 1 -  reus'   Stoltkhigs and  Wearing  Appniel suitable to I lie Season,  Mrs.  1*1. YOUNG  Water Notice  For A Licence   To   Take   And Use  Water  NOTICE is hereby given that Andrew  Miller of Creston will apply for a licence  to take and use one quarter cubic foot  per second of water out of an unnamed  Creek, which flows in a Boat and West  direction through Blks 20, 19 of Lot 892  and empties into King.Creek or Bloi-k  11 of Lot 892.   The water will be diverted at a point direotly 200 yards east of  the N. W. corner of Block 19 of Lot 892  and will be   used for purposes on the  land described as North half of Block 19  of Lot 892.    .  This notice was posted on the ground  ' the 31 day of July 1912.     The applica-  ��������� tion will be filed iu   the office of  the  Water recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed with the said  Wnter Recorder or with the Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, 13 C.  A. Miller (Applioaut)  Apples For insomnia  People ought to know that the very  best thing they can do is to eat apples  just before retiring for the night. People  uninitated in the myst3ries of the fruit  are liable to throw up their hands in  horror at the visions of dyspepsia which  such a suggestion may summon up, but  no harm can como even to a delicate  system by the eating of ripe juicy apples before going to bed. The apple,  proceeds this authority, is excellent  brain food because it has more phospho-  ic acid in easily digested shape than  any other fruit.    It  excites the liver,  promotes sound and healthy  sleep and  , **���������  thoroughly disinfects the mouth.   This  is not all, for the apple prevents indigestion and throat discuses.���������Family Doctor.  ���������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., M..D.. D.C.I... l*i*enUlent  ALEXANDER LAIR10 JOHN AIKD  General Munuficr  A>>������it.luiU l.eiiA'inI Miiiiut'ci-  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, .$12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened al every branch of The CaiiA^dian  Br������nV "f Ct.mn.ercc to be operated by mail, and will receive Ihe  same caretui aiieniion as is u������ven to aii oilier de-mit-iii-iii- of ihe  Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to tlie [Sank. nA  Star he v> & do.  Cm  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  GoiK'nil C'oumilNHloii Mei'chiuils  NELSON        -        **  -r  t3  DUCK CREEK NEWS  ���������   *   .   f. rr  r-i-  n...~f-t.  O. .T. Wigen who was a delegate for  the l'ie,sl,oii dLsMiel on iSiiiuluy, /mil  report.:-) that lie witsji'i-eoiveil light royal fit the lt'imlH of the people   there,  11, look three rigH on Sunday night,  lo brine; tli*.* Duck Creek biiHeluill fans  liomn from Creston. Duck Clock ex-  pecls to have a biiNeball tenin of (heir  own next, vcar.  A-lilev* ( .im.|iit !-> .-.lillYi hi|.' I'i.,111 a  -seven' attack of rheimiiiliHti I bis week.  Men. Sparkes ban been ap-mintcd  tcat-lier lor tlio coming toiin.  Manv Idaho Orchards  a*  According to tho ri'iort, ot the BtniO  horticultui'iil inspector ou tho plnuting  of fruit trees for tho year 1912 it appeals  that iho heaviest pliiniinghuH teen donO  in diBtrieb No. 1, couipriHing tho ooun-  ties of Kootenai, lionner nnd BhoHhono.  Tho total planting in this district Ih reported at M,?tl5 acres ������i proximately  12,000 of which nro in applet-*.  Tho total orohurd planting iu tho sto 0  for the your is givon at _(5,170 acrow,  hoiico ncitrly ono-third of tho state's  nroa of now troon was net out in diKtriot.  No. l.-BonnciH Ferry Herald.  Do Raspberries Pay?  Suuijj'hh'lii'Ru'K*'', oivr.M1. by Mutton  .t Iliiggnrt produced t'riini one-twelfth < f  1111 ncro CUMlm of borrlcri and -rocoivrd  18 and onn-lll'th cenlH per lb which  wonld nionn the hiiiu of HH.an.7a at $}���������.{  tons per itcio, thin would take M'i  r.ratcs and nboiit S5 1bH of imilH to th."  acre; lb** niiiln nl, l-i inuilw 'per lb would  be $2 ami Um otal.es at iW ^'"t s cmOi  would bo $101.70 lnaving a bolanco ot  $1050.00 for care, piukiug. oto.  Listen! You can scarcely bear the  Fords, go by���������tliougb you see thousands of them. It's the perfect 'balance'  and adjustment of its"simple and wonderful mechanism that makes the Ford the  least heard���������and the most about.  More Hum 75,000 now Fords into service this season���������-  proof that they ruust be r'ght. Three passenger Roadster $770���������five passenger louring car *850���������-delivery car  $875���������1'. o. b. Walkerville, Ont., with all equipment  Catalogue from Kopteuay Garage Company of Oreston,  Iv. S. JBevau, manager���������or direct from "Walkerville.  jl     _i?"i^v%_/ s.   JL  ������   w\bt r^ r^. ^  _SL "��������� J_.-^J__tf JBu���������fAs^  ORNAHENTALS  mmm mm umm ipi ogs im  VERNON, B. C.  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.  ���������^       For further particulars appty to our local Agent.  ir>  . fSiUnCQ,- DO  X  SfC? j    -vs.  ^^*##^##"^##  * Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston    Wine    &  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high    cla"5S  boots and saoes.  Spirit Co*  S. Poole, Prop.  ^^^B^i^i^^ti-r  ���������SElg3r5^^jCTT1***Mff^,flt*^*^  P  .A COMPLETE LINE OF  aboclys Garments  ave  Them In ALL SIZES  They Are Roomy and Good Fitters  they WILL STAND IT-becaus_;they;ar_ MADE TO WEAR  NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO. PLAY TRICKS Wm  THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE^,  IN WHICH FOUR MEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH  / jlvj.THF. EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS' OVERALLS;  THEY. WILL STAND THIS-THEY WONT RIP  THE. HARDEST KIND OF lEfiiTiMATH WEAR.  WE  ARE   THE. AGENTS   0?J  1   PEABODYSv  GUARANTEED OVERALLS.  r p *i tt ;*-i  Mil  i������"Haa_:*.3i.'.'.:v..-  rF:-;;\-,'-vnrtai.' znrncp,nrra r rn  iMMm mmhtmnhh u_.  j!  .-^..-.^-j^yi-iiti  l  mmmmmmmmmmimmmmimmmmm,  an   ���������"���������' "'M  mi


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