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' / <   \ PV  r\ r"1 ^ si   # i \i  c_. 1S12  ^^S_*ORl4*!rS^i -/'Si  a5T_i_'Sa_#������S  -  __*.  ~tt���������__M__w.iw,i���������._i' SjiriM*!','"' m ������. *^r,eW  I' SENT TO Aw������   ������ *H|  %     /%     / 1   ADDRESS   FOR J ' * '   *  * /     W  V   V  $2.00 A   YEAR ������  ssi  -,i     t a.&> B  ._ ���������-V  No. 48'   4th    Year.  CRESTON, B.C,   FRIDAY  JULY 19th   19x2,  SINGLE CppiHS 5&.  lililil 5LHUUL  ifi-urr-UicuTAV  lfiaucaiiiuirinA  OTHER DISTRICTS TO  BE ASKED TG KELP  School Meeting Last Saturday Reelects Old  ���������yj'x B-X-xs-^-x a>  That the school districts from which  students come   to attend  the, Oreston  <���������   *  high school, Bhould help ih, the expenses  *������  __*P f _-*,<_   rtrtV������r������.^\1   ������_**.������-      *1������a      ��������� l*.__**rv*i-������     r\*#*      e������      _____-������-  -f a*  .otissiou at the annual meeting for this  district held at Oreston Mercantile hall  AiX.L -c^atiUiua^. tiuijr u,    JL.U  _.*��������� _^*      _.-._������ J-**     _.     - -_C~_-1--.     -nliAnl  HERB AND THERE  ��������� The first automohile to he seen in JSTel-  f '  sou iu years has heen purchased by Paul  JSfipou to  db used in counts-lion, with  Nelson Steam Laundry.  New Michel seems to be infested with  bachelors. The editor of the Reporter,  to relieve the situation, has .started a  matrimonial bureau.  The St. Andrew Presbyterian church  of Rossiand of whioh Rev. S. Sorkissian  formerly of Oreston is pastor has just  completed the building of a hall annex  to tho church, which is made up of a  kitchen and a gymnasium whichis fitted  up with tho latest apparatus, including  bat-ket ball paraphernalia, two punching bags, rings, trapeze, boxiug gloves,  1 j  and wrestling mats.    The Rossiand Mi-  r-  ner says the undertaking was made at  LOOAL NEW!  .Ha f������ncf nf fc. 000 anrl ie rr_������-_irert *n Be^.  a, j-i, j SarkissianX energy and enterprise  caused-a big increase in the school r tax,  Mrs. St.Jean urgently requost-i that  all members ofithe W. 0. T. U. meet at  the Methodist church Sunday evening  i___oediatly after service for the purpose  of-lectinl?< a new president us shs es-  <���������'     1  peots to leave the first of the week.  ���������Full stock of whale oil soap  aud  assiaqu chips at the Mercantile.  making it for this district much more  than in the neighboring districts which  we sending pupils here for tbe high  fif-honl work, without tuition or expense. Before the next annual meeting  a joint meeting of Alice Siding,, Dnck  Creek, Canyon City and Eriakson districts will likely he called to discuss che  matter and probably provide for n _hor-  iflg of tlie expenses.    "  W- V. Jackson was the chairn_a������ of  the meeting. The old officers were reelected, J? W. Dow as trustee, and.W,  H. Crawford as auditor. The district,  assessment is *o he $2300,   the samS" as  ��������� tie-it   ������v/\r_w������  ���������mo-j  j-v*i** i,  The district has received a special  graufc from the government of $ .75 to he  rssedior the clearing and fencing the  public school grounds and for painting  the High school.  The financial report for the past year  is as foliows:-  Assests  Balance due from Qov't. $800.00  ��������������� *'on private grant        826.25  t'\ Liabibities, t|.850 22  There is now a niovement on foot at  Bonners Ferry to raise money by private subscription, which is to be used in  the construction of an automobile road,  from that city to the Montana state line  there connecting with the Glacier National Park automobile road.  The county commissioners have promised to appropriate $150 per mile to  the construction of this road hut in o_-  der that a first class road may be built,  the people of Bonner. Ferry and vicinity have taken the securing of sufficient  funds into their own hands.  ' E. W. Beatty, Solicitor for the Cana-  "cfiau Pacific railway, stated before the  Dominion railway coiumissiosu that  the company had ordered 250 new er������-  gines and 12,500 cars. It is believed  that this is the largest amount of rolling sLock ever plased on order at une  tiiii- iii Canada.  Marshall Barton came to Creston last  week from Cranbrook where he has been  attending High School.  ���������Wanted to rent for a month or six  weeks by a lady with one child, a small  furnished cottage iu Creston. Apply  statiijg terjno to Mrs T E. South, Cranbrook.  A. Burn M unlock this woak purchased  fitte.n and a half acres lauoL from _". W.  Dow addition.  ���������Mra. Attridge of Erickson is now  prepared to do dressmaking of aii kinds.  Satisfactiou guaranteed. Call at the  horne of M. R. Palmer. 38-tf  Fred Browell went tc Regina Tuesday  where he expects to work as engineer.  James H. Johnson of Windermere is  in town visiting his parents Mr . and  Mrs. W. H. Johnson.  Johu Quaife of Sirdar ran up to Creston in bis launch Tuesday.  C.C. S., SIGNAFIBS CRAJSTBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES  Jftsk Cameron and Angus McOlure  report running onto a bear while cruising in the Sayward timber limits, this  week.  CHANGE FOR k FARMER  ���������You getifive per cent  discount at  The Cash Store.  George Mead, and Arthur O'Kell arrived 111 town Monday from a pleasure  trip in their gaeoliua launch. It would  surprise you to see the number of speckled beauties they brought in.  absllie.  Fred G. Little is  repairing leaks on  the Goat Mountain Water Works mains  Miss Kattie Freuchleft on Friday last  for Bull River, where she expects to  make her futura.home.  ��������� _uy your fishing tackle from our  big assortment of  lines.   S. A. Speers.  J. F. Piatt returned home from Kitch-  ohener Friday.  ���������Full stock of  whale   oil soap and  quassia chips at the Mercantile,  R. S. Bevan took a number of government officials on a tour of inspection of  10.3 highways to Duck Creek., Canyon  City and Arrow Creek, Monday in his  automobile.  Sliver Cup Offered for the  Largest     Collection    of  Garden and Field seeds  ��������� 1  The farmer who exhibits the largest  and best collection of garden ssd field  seeds grown by himself in 1912 under  dry-farming conditions (where the average annual precipitation is less than 20  inches,- evaporation deducted) will be  S_ W C*\ _���������*���������- et/".    f*    iKiiiiACiUiA   o"il -rati     *f **f\t\\%TT     rsi**; r_  _...-,.-_-'.������_������     ������-    4HMMVII-   *_���������*___ V/     h7__> t   V4-* \/m  vmf*MiJ *****������'  at the International Dry-Farmed Products Exposition at Lethbridge next  October.  Thi3 trophy, valued at $50,'is donated  by the Mt Carm.l Land Co , which operates iu five aud ten acre orchard tracks  in the Kootenai Valley and which has  offices at Bonners Ferry, Idaho. It  should stimulate a large number of farmers who are raising good seed and who  1  know the value of good seed, to enter  into competition, and it is open to tbe  world, so that tbe farmer who wins will  enjoy the laure!s-of his victory in such  a competiou.  __rr_fi tAmpo niir  fgrsisiH    sag   s_?_^-^a     ssus ra  cr  t-JUU i-UllL-f Iff AI  _r.ni. nr mwn  ""JUII UL, Ul lull-iLI  GOVERNMENT   CRUIS-  __IT-9 #���������_  Pi  ~-ii  ��������� .'������������������  TI  -A*    *  V_  ���������"in  m  f'*I  K--.T  _J I  E  sAfAna.  WUS1--  Tirnh&r Will B������ Removed  and Land Probably  Auctioned Off  Received from Gov't  $1053.39  Loan from bank  250 00  $1903 80  Expenditures  $1829.81  Balasoe in bonk  T3.58  Canadian Highway-  Issues Interesting Book  -^Before I bad a license I seld shoes  ���������=?ith .1 profit of 10 per cent now I make  5 per cent?   A. Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  Mrs. "Wm. Sfcaggs of Car.yon City  spent a couple days in Cranbrook this  week,  N?    Loveland of Canyon   City  left  Monday for Spokane, Wash.  ���������The CCS. Company, of Cranbrook  is disposing of several branches of their  business, and bargains galore; is the order of the day in Cranbrook. Cresron  folks should get ou the inside, a letter  to the CCS. will bring all the information necessary regarding the special  1  prices.   Iron beds are selling at $2.75  any size.    Dressers and stands at $11.  3iCT Preparations For  Dry Farming Congress  The Board of Control of the Interna  national Dry-Farming Congress annouu-  cos that the i.ry-j.armed .froaaeis *_->���������  position, to be held at Lethbridge, Alta.  in October, will be formally opened on  Saturday, the 19th, with every  exhibit  in place and the judging completed. The  Linoleum 55o sq. yard.   Tapestry Rugs | setting ahead of the date of opening from  $190339  The expenditures ��������� wor*-*, snlnriee,  $10fl6 73; -janitor $104 GO; school sup-  plies, $55 58; water rate, $1G 50; clearing and feuoiug $251 85; insurance, $35.-  05; ropiiirR, ,|80 85; mlsbollanoous,  .$89.15.      .   .", "'���������", '���������'.-"������������������-���������-*.���������,  ...        - ���������    ' ���������    -i '1      ���������  ������������������'���������'���������    Y   (.'���������  Spur to Fruit Growers Union  Warehouse Site Is Surveyed  A book which is somewhat different  has just reached tlie olfloe of the Review  This is a publication issued hf the Canadian Highway Association and deals  in an   interesting way with the work  accomplished by that boay since its organization on Novcmhor 8 aud 4,  1911.  It oontaius an inserostiug  mass  of  valuable information concerning  road-,  and road couditiouH, in different parts of  Canada, but more particularly British  Columbia.   The book is splendidly illustrated with photographs of road scones  and sconeR at tho pi noting of tho first  post on the west const of Vancouver-Is-  lcind. Photogravures of President W. J.  Korr aud hi* fellow olllaors odd a personal touch to tho work.  -Tlift mission of 'Tho Oauadiau HiRli-  way'MH to oduoato tho public to the  advantages of good roads and auyouo  iuteroHted in this work may obtain a  copy by iiddrcssiug fciiiorotary P. VV.  Luoo,  ���������"We are agents for Imperial Clothing  The Cash Store.  W. Stewart of Canyon City left Mou-  day for Nelson.  Charlie MoPeak  went ta Cranbrook  Tuesdav. s  size 9x9 $6.00. Mens suits $5.85. Hundreds ot pairs of mens shoes .going at  half price. Reol clcsing out prices'on  everything, $5.00 will do the work of $10  don't overlook this opportunity" to buy  at less than manufacturers prices. Very  special prices 011 lace ourtams, aroh. curtains, window fixtures, all Bale prices  areF. O, B.. Cranbrook, no charge for  packing.  ���������A team of heavy mares for sale. Apply to E. L. Taylor, Box 24, Crestou.  Will split team if desired .  G. M. Gunn went to Sirdar Tuesday  to assist iu a dog poisoning trial.    Tho  .guilty party, an Itnllnn//was lined-$20  and costs.  M. M. Mo Lean aud family left .Ores-  ton Wednesday to make their home at  Lothb-idgo, Alberto.  Robert Long loft Monday for Nelson.  I  ���������Chriatto'r- frosh sodas at'85 cents por  tin nt Spoors.  A sni'voy for a spur from tho Canadian  'Pacific track to tho _U6 of tho Creston  Fruit Orowor.**' II nion   win-i'-hoiiHo wun  niadoTitOBdny and Wodnonday.    II. H.  Tripp nnd  C C3. Head,   the flurvoyors  of Cranbrook will nial.o a report boroio      ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^   ^ ^  tho railway company, will ****** to. put ^ ^^ ^ ^^ WortnOR(iayt  , in tha spur.   As soon as tho spur bo-  ���������joiiu.*. u u-i.itjiiiity,   Uio T'Yii.t arnworp.'  Union    will oviH't,   a lurno  wamhouno  -whluli will ho uflod both as a store houno  for ko.'iIk puvoh.iBid by tho Union  and I ion thoir ordoi-fl for fruit wrapping pa-  alRO as a plaoo for loading tho emu wUh  Por  the fvu.lt which thoy handle.  A. Travertou ol Feruie is apoadlng a  few dayB iu Creston looking ovor his  property here and looking for further  iuvestinont. Ho may bring life family  hero in tho fall.  ���������Ranchers nro rorpiostPd to hand to  tho Booi'-tary of tho Frnit Growers'Un*-  Chas. Writo of Kuslcaiiook was in  town Monday to aBHist m tho trial for  tho rolling at Canyon City last wook  Mr. Write aud II. Wobo.r woro tho .Tns-  tloos who hoard tho oaso w,hloh thoy dis-  mlfiflod on account of insullloiout ovi-  donoc.  ���������Protoot your garden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, 4 ft and Oft,, widths at,  Spoors' store.  W. H. .Quail of Clarefiholiii, Alta.,  sponb several days the first of tho weok  looking ovor his property in this vioiuity  Mm. 8. A, Spoors wont to Kitohonov  Wedm-uiduy for a short vital with Mrs.  G. A. JTuut  Mrs. O. II. SaiulorHou of Mtu>s_ ./aw  is vlHiting at tlio home of hor fatiW and  sister, Mr. aud Miss Howarth.  Spoors,  Buy your jcliy noulp-H ��������� from B. A%  75 otf!. per <lt>!*.(Mi.  r<i   *ii   r������   ,i^������i^.  *^..r1/.      l^*.������,n    l\Ar,l>  Bom, to Mr and Mrs.  Ernost Ryok  liiim at CovoiiiAtioii,   Alta., ou .July 7,  a dauKhtur.  . Nrr,i������*i*-nt nhnnnn and Htvloi*   In &IM~  Robort GlaBHon who hm boon working  MlfisKathorino Ileald wont to Spokane  I  I  OrUUlllOIltOU   WillU.U UUHIJ Ol.     VU-IUJ      VlUPU k tlUU UU������������| JU.V "..., ������v.  41        ������..���������  ���������- ���������   ��������� 4"-  at W. P. Wat,nniiH, hat? takon tho po������i | 'J'ao������(*ay-  tion of asHlHtant manager ai;  tno ������niin-  geno Mimuou at Cranbrook.  Ont our nrloo on No  1  Timothy Hay'  ���������*....    ,...������......������ ..������  U %Xlmv   U4A*V.H^"w^..  Hugh Taylor utoppod oil' at Sirdar  on his way bank from tlio OmiiKomc-u's  ICxouraion ������t NoIhoii, Htayiug ovor tiau-  day.  Monday, the formal opening day of the  Congress, is to meet the requests of exhibitors, who are thus enabled to take  advantage of thehomeseekers' excursion  rates, ou sale everywhere on Tuesday,  October 15th.  Exhibits are to bo in place, ready for  ���������judging by Thursdav evening October  17th. Prof. W. II. Fail field, ohairmuu  of the jury of awards, and his seven rm-  eooiate judges will score tho exhibits,  as installed and chock up for their deei-  riiuu ou, Friday, the 18th.  The exposition grounds and buildings  will bo iu first class shape on stands and  decorate anytime after that date that  suits thoir couvonieco. But all must bo  completed and lioi a hammer used after  9 o'clock n. m. Ootobor 19th.  1  Tho op.uiug oxeroisos will be preceded by a baud couoort, aud tho-'.qvonlug  will bo glvon over to a grand"pyrotechnic diapJuy and frontier's drama, staged  in tho opou boforo fcho mammoth grand  stand,' iu which will bo seated the hun-  diui_H 0*   ditttiaguluhod uologalon from  all parts of tho world,  -Tho   big   exposition   buildings   and  ground!* aro to bo elaborately decorated  aud Illuminated with tri-colorod strings  of olootrlo Hghtfl,  while tho hngo dome  will Uluuou uud.r tho rayaoi   iMuUbauuti]  of uleotrio bulbs, appearing liko a v01 it-  able 'jleotrlo palaco.  Tlio oxpofilMon will bo managed hy an  onorgotlc committor' composad of J. W.  MoNicol, chairman; Prof, W. II, Fair-  fii-Wl.niinit'iiiini of :iury of awards; J. D.  Higinbothani, K. Adams, and G. 10,  Huti*ou,  For the purpose of selling the timber  and opening the iand to Bettiemenif on  Timber Limits 491,279, better known  as the Sayward Limits, and 281 at Corn  Creek. G. H Prince of Victoria 'with 1%  crew of local men is cruising this Gov-  erurueut land which lies from wirhia  one mile of Creston to eight, miiws. W������������-  tcer the land wilt b. sQQts o*~*o_s_������L depends oq the opinion as to the value aad  the n'eed of the land, of the cruiser and  Chief Forester John Lafan who was iu v  town last week.     The land on limits   '  Utmiti- ������.je*������ui_, vviilCii-. uafc   iVcvu    gOuo  over and is of the same quality as that  en which our best fruit is" grown and  seme of it is the famous bottom land  which has uot bees flooded in *ecent  years.   The land will undoubtedly be*  opened  to    settlement,   however Mr.  Prince thinks'not this year as his report  *  will not be looked into until tall.  The opening of this land which, com- >  prise. 4500 acres, will greatly stimulate  * * -  the growth of this section:  After the timber is logged off, the  land will be plotted, and probably sold  at auction a*-? wbb done when rhe other  limits near Creston were opened.   At  that time the land -went to   the highest*  bidder who had to pay / one-tenth down  and the balance in ten yearly payments  Besides beiug a good thing for Creston  in the way of extending itB agricultural  resources, the gophers and mioe -which  are troubling the ranchers near these  limits, will be robbed of the protection  of an undeveloped country, aud will be  greatly thinned, while -with  this land  unopoued  to settlement,   ihe animal.  might become as muoh a  peBt as in the  country, around Eduioutou where the  railroads have held ?_g__ devolcpc__on.  ovary other section of iand.  s* 1  I      3  '     .J  i.  I  Rev. Sarkissian No Detective  ���������'   ���������       '���������': : .- ' v' "������������������ .'.'   '���������    y '      :<"    '  ' ���������'? ti:  It has been rumored that the Rev,  R. H Sarkissian know something about  nfter-hourHqufo,t-Belling at, the Orwell  hotel,   On Saturday night, June 20th  he happ3uod to bo at the hotel at 12 o'-  oloolr.    When   interviewed about his  presouoo there, he said, "Even though I  aui against all law breaking! I have nqt  yet begun to elay tho detective.   When  I begin tho businoas, I will put out my  sign,   I received tbat night from Oren>  ton a shipiaerib of fowl, aud as it waa  raiuiug hard and tho station was olosod  I wont aoroHS to tho Orwoll to phone  for an cxproBB wagon, whoro I met Mr.  Stowiufc who informed me that tho room  whoro tho phono wa8 iu was oloaed,    I  did uot look for any after.haur Boiling,  nor did I boo anyone drinking nt tlmt  hour. My first intinintiou of this matter  waa when interviewed by tuo Miner  last night.��������� Rowland Minor,,  SlS^WIIISWlM- ������������������IH'  A-**n-A-.n-l���������*.���������*<*f������W  Aiir. anct iiiru, iti. IViJi**'-'! *���������<* "������������������������������'���������"!  Mont., arrived in OroHton Wodno&day.  They nro touring the fruit diutriota both  Ohairutau MoNiool iti  well-kiiOHu tol lu the SUktw* aud Canada, aud Oroitow,  VUUUUUkV.tt   VlU   4a^������,W   M������  ( AAvkJ yAVAt������VJl   H.J   ll Vl>   .1,4  I  ������l>i|Mls*IWliBMll������MMMs-ill������--H������������t^ Y:^%T  hit*****      r*i ���������*-*>-*���������-���������'c*i*-n,r"-'vr  JL JEfcE- ������    OJ&J-i-O 4 V'1-^  \:y-  i.%  BY  \\  11  _   !_  FRED  M.  WHITE  LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO.? LIMITSny  (Continued.)  What a joke! "he cried. And what  a sell it will be for Sir George! Oh,  1 know a thing or two, Mr. Fielden.  1 haven't been moving about'with'my  eyes shut lately. Ic is very good  of your old friend to pull out his liovse  in public, for7 the benefit of backers  generally, but tbe man wlio will be  most surprised and most disappointed  at the result of to-day's race will be  Sir George himself. If there is another man madder than Sir George it  will be that scoundrel Copley.  What do you mean? Fieldeu asked.  soonest mended. But if 1 had tea  thousand pounds I'd cheerfully back  my opinion to the last penny tbat Sir  George Haredale never hoped and  never expected a victory for the colt.  I'll explain all in very good time. Now  the sooner we are off the better- We  are going to meet a gentleman named  Chaffey whom I expect to see in a  few minutes not very far from the  Post Club on the other side of the  street. If I don't see him, I shall be  greatly annoyed. You remember  telling me how Chaffey turned up at  Seton Manor and what he said wben  he was drunk- I am glad you overheard that, because it solved a point  that has been puzzling me for some  time. I couldn't for the life of me  make out how it was that Jolly &  Co., managed to signal the result of  the three o'clock race at Mirst Park  *���������| ! his curiosity was aname.      When he  and   his   companion   reached   Covent j  Garden, they turned into a cigar shop  in the same   block   of   buildings   lu  which the Post Club was situated. A j  good  many customers had  to be at-:  tended to,  so that it was excusable  to   stand   inside   the   door   way   and}  watch what was taking place on the���������'.  other side of the road.  The market was practically empty  Business had-been finished, for the day "V  and there were only two or three  casual pprters loafing about waiting  on the off-chance for an hour's work,  i One of them standing by a pile of  j baskets with hands plunged deeply in  his pockets and a pipe in his mouth  was Chaffey.  No mistake about him? Phillips asked.  That's the man, Fielden 'whispered.  I could swear to that expression of his  anywhere. But What is he doing  there? He doesn't seem to be particularly busy.  He is getting .-well-paid for his job.  anyway. Phillips chuckled: And as it.  is not likely to last long he'll be gone  in a .ew moments. . Have you the  right time about you? Just five minutes past three by-post office time. The  result ought to be here at any moment. Ah,'I ��������� thought so. Just keep  your eye intently upon Chaffey?  In his excitement Phillips bent over  and graspec1 ���������'��������� his companion's arm.  Fielden saw Chaffey suddenly pull  himself-up aud moisten his hands.  H:? touched his ragged cap as it in  response to a distant call, then he  nroceeded to nine five baskets one on  the top of the other and balance them  on his head. With this pyramid thus  arranged he walked slowly across the  market and disappeared' down one of  the corridors, where he was lost to  sight.  Everybody  now  Zam-Buk best tf<  Let. to givo ' YOU >o������e:;EJ  ?f8V������. eomsOrt. ��������� -:-... ���������       ;���������'- Y?.:??i  Gl: sgow's Great Night School Y  .In a big, five storey-ahd-basement  building in Glasgow, where the Technical College is located, 500 young  specialists work amongst test tubes,  text-books and assay furnaces daily.  But at night the visitor sees the enrolment jump from 500 to more thajn:  5,000, anijl along with the night course  collegians two regiments of studeht,  workingmen march in and the-whole  building  is  packed. ?<  For ten shillings (������2.50) a term?:a  Glasgow man may learn at the. night  trade classes the first principles of  the plumber's or printer's trade, s_ys  the Technical World .Magazine,,', and  Cor seven an1sixpence' (������1.S7) .-.boiler-  making or sheet metal work; for jive  .shillings ($1.25) how to cut" cobblers'  patterns or a course for a shoe store  salesman. v       ... ���������������������������' -.Y-  There ars rooms full of looms and  fabrics aud dyes? if the student cares  to  tex  laboratories foi- bakers, watch  xnakers. tailors? iur.huur ��������� dt'sigiierst- or  Cn5Pc������Cteir  iea   VVaikiitg  Obstinate people who, in, argument  ri&ly more on muscularity than on iu-  itellectual   power  rest  the  feet, flatly  Z������nd firmly on the ground, walk-heav-  ?ily and  slowly, aud  stand with   I^ks  firmly planted and far ar-nrt       QnH-  stens"' are   indicative   oi"   ������ner?^r   ���������"iri  ao-itatioii.       Tintoe     wan-* tip-    symbolizes surpris-. cusps'ty. *iiscr������tion   rr  ���������.���������.rnystftiv.      Turnine-ln  toes  are i-***** or-  found   w'lli prr-'ccur-?-.-.'   abscni-.-n.nd-  ?ed persons.      Th** *mleer's walk.-i** re-  nrese-nt^d   as   stopping  and   uoi*-������Mor-s  '{with-.short, nervous,    anvious    stpus.  Slow steps.  1 f-ne or c>iort,  pugg'-"-**'-  a  ���������p-nntlo    Or   rP^c,rfi*"e    F'-at'5      '"������      n"itr>4*}_  Wheil a r^'^nn-^fnl nurp'-^e is hid*"*-"---.  iindfr a fpi_*n������d t-**T*"e the *-������ten will  be Rlinki-oc; nnd -noisel ���������-"���������-���������-. TW ornud  step is pIpw and mp*i0"*"������(l, the to*2s  are (M"n������������i>ip������ous1v ti-"**������*d ont. t'"-\  les.^ "ptni'^htenp"1. Wiic-rc*- tho . r**.  rpptioti ������f tho -**on v-nvers f\.t\A fpliW*������*i  every r*i^.i������-nvhi*r in-mul*-*-1 of thp m'-pd,  Jt ifipvUnbiv hptra*"i uncertainty, hesitation   and   indecision.  The British TvJmpiro ������mprt.llos prion*  ���������thr������e-tirths of the world's demands for  gold.  The Passing of Punch and Judy  '.''.'������������������''And is It true that Pmu*h and Judy  dear to -louthfu! English citizens, and  .ai.'.'pleasant memory to their parents  and grandparents as woll, are to vanish from the land; rhat Punch and  Judy with his inimitable squeak, and  Judy who took hor beatings with such  .unmoved calm, are to be read out  of court      lt is to bo feared so, for  ��������� . STh. MuaEisnj Lecturer  ' It is reoorted in Nature that the  installation of an official guide to. tue  collections of the British^ Museum  has been such a success that the Natural Histor: Museum at South Kensington has added a similar,;*_uhction-  ary tc Jt. staff. He will make two  trips a" day through the Museum,  each one lasting an hour, and presumably involviUR a visit, to and brief  explanation of the- most interesting  and instructive habits- Tu say that  this plan will double the educatto-pi  value of thr Museum is to state the  case for it very mildly. For many  of the visitors, probably the vast majority of them, the.* collections in such  museums undescrlbed, mean nothing.  The name thing if*, true to a lesser degree in zoological gardens, and even  irt museum1-*-. The nroviaion of a lecturer, sufficiently (and obviously)  scientific or artistic, so that the tit>-  ���������litiK problem was eliminated, would  add enormously to the value of every  nubl'c museum. Th'-TP se^ms lio way  in which the amnu'it of moir-v ner'������*v  sarv tiv secure the service-; of n. r Pally  competent man 'or th's tvo-i-tlrm could  lio spent to bettor advantage.  ' ������& f^^+^&f ^^&ti~^S\m?ui V? " =__   *Sg  Exiraci o!  Ui2d Strawberry  i S_!  , ..    ��������� ��������� ,    ,-.-, , ,.      a-      i.c-i the London  Post says the law books  learn the principles and practice ot   looK   ,Ml   th(1   oUi   puppet9   and   their  ^"e,-!"*"_\l?_V:*v^^^^ as "an    obstruction.'8    t  What on earth does it mean? Field-j sailors.      Three in every four of?his  en asked. j classmates will-.be older'than-twenty.  Oh.  that's the  signal,  Phillips  ex-S so he i������ed  feel  no  shame at going?  plained.      The result has just come-\ to  school  again.      Hundreds  of  the  into, the office of Jolly & Co. oii the! meu he passes iu-the halls will have  private telephone wire from The 'Nook 'i only  ;. comiraoa  school education,  at Mirst Park.      The    supposed    Mr.������     That Public school buildings should  Jolly stands uear the -window with the' be used only a few hours iu the-l-ay-.  telephone receiver to bis ear..ready to | time implies an inadeuuate.return on  flash the signal across the street. Now I the taxpayers' investment. In Glasgow  | you understand why the flex of the tel-'.j Scotch practicability has    seeu    this  into^ the smoking-room of    the    Post   ephone is so long.     Before the horse, j and applied a remedy.      Result;  the  Club.      And I doubt if I e-*"������?r should i is past the post the man on the top of I efficiency of an  education  plant wa,s  multiplied by ten.  It is characteristic of the Scotch to  solve a problem    by    commonsense,  ,   ... whenever such a problem arises.   Are  bask- j "oer 0f baskets on his head, and the   their schoolrooms empty    at    night?  '*    a.t j confederate in the Post Club knows all   Thea they must be filled!      The iu-  about it.      Mind you. this could be   vitatioa is giveu and the thing is done,  done within five seconds of th������? race ��������� -   -.  being settled.     Now take this Sports- Piece of Newton's Apple Tree  man and Til eat my hat if the winner       The Brltish Royal Astronomical Soot   the  three;  o clock_ race ^ Mjirst   ciety nas recently become the owner  Park isn't number five on   the  gramme. . ���������_,.'__  And when the result was published  so if proved to be.  CHAPTER XXXIV  No. 5.  That's it. Phillip exclaimed. I  think "we've got it right at last. We  know, by reference to this evening s  paper that Dandy  won the  Longhill  have found out had not Chatfey for-i the house at Mirst Park,   sends    the  iunateiy gone down to Seton  Manor j -number.     Jolly _.    Co.    re-������*cho   the  and hinted that if he couldn't get what   number and signal it to Chaffey. Then  he wanted somebody else might have | chaffey simply puts five or other mim-  his job of playing with the fruit bask : * - *-    *"-*"-  ���������  --���������- ���������������������������J    -���������J *-v"  ets in Covent-Garden.        I    saw-  once  that  this   was   connected   with  -the swindle, but for the life of me I  souldn't  place  it.        After    thinking  over it for the best part of a week,  1 took a stroll through Covent Garden  market and finally stood in front of  the Post Club trying to piece^the puz-  *le together   ffh    my mind.        There  w.ere a good many men about loading  &nd unloading baskets, and I saw that  most of them carried them on their  heads..     And while I stood" watching  them an idea flashed into my mind.  Look at this copy of to-day's Sportsman. {Turn to the probable starters  in ths three o'clock race, and you will  see for yourself that there is a number by the side ot ������very horse, put  there to show how many starters  there are likely to be. Now niost racing men carry a Sportsman. There  would be nothing suspicious in a  ���������backer.pulling top Sportsman out of  bis pocket and consulting it at any  moment. He would do it in a railway carriage, or on the course, or In  a smoking-room and it wouldn't attract any attention. No. unless I am  greatly mistaken, here Is the solution cf the mystery, this is the way  in which Copley & Co.'s confederate  "has the result of a race at Mirst Park  conveyed to Ijim lnjo the smgkipg-  , room of thn Posl $lub practically before the horses are past the post,  t .'CJyi-'. S. course, he can make what  "bets he "likes.     He is perfectly safe,  I because he can't lose.        But    come  along. It la past throe and T don't want  ^ I of an interesting, because apparently  well authenticated, relic of Sir Isaac |  Newton. This is a small log from  the apple tree in the garden atYW*9������!-  thorpe, on which the famous apple  | (the most famous apple since Eve and  * Eden, with the' possible exception of  those of Helen of Troy and Wilhelm  Tell), grew. Mr. C. W. Waller, "of  Burwash, Sussex, who presented the,  log to the society, sent the following  Handicap,  which in other  words,   i_ j    - ......     ���������.    * ..        ^        ,  three o'clock race at Mirst' Paris i history with it.���������His father, born in  We also know th^t Dandv is } ISO", was at    school    when   %en    or  Ntr.   = an thp s������nrtaT_nii list,    all* of 1 twelve, with the rector of Stoke, Lin-  colnshire,  named Pearson?     After a  the  today.  o. 5 on the Sport  which   goes  to   prove  our case . ,___���������__ -.___ ue  is a smart bit of business, isn't uv      i "^tv^sirTs^ac's apple tree had blown  ���������RscecdinslY. smart       Fielden  aad.   ^at Sir ^ac e^ app ^^ .^  And. to some extent risky.     Wape������e* | J������;n*      ^ Jet out for Woblthorp*?.  sends the message from Mirst Park, ^hatis������uo. Sr from Stoke.      They  reacneu. auo.pvh^*"  to ioal this cVninee or verifying my  conclusions. Only you'll have to be  careful. We must not arouse Chaf-  fey's KUBplclons. He must not know  that we are even watching him. Close  to tlie Poat Club there Is a shop where  we can procure some cigars and cigarettes and keep our eye upon what  i_ eolni" on.      Are yo.u ready?  Fielden was ready and willing, for  Itching and Burning  en Face and Throat  Sores Disfigured So He Dreaded to  Appear in Public. No Rest Night or  Uays Cuticura Ointment Cureds  "Six montlifl upo my faco and throat all  -rokn out and turned into a runninc -ore.  I did not bother about it at Unit, but in  one week's tlmo the disease had spread so  ���������rapidly ovor my faoii and throat and the  bnrnliiK It-hlnR hpum became no painful that  1 bcKun to H������'k rclli'f In diflcmii nn-dicinc-a.  hut none snemod to j?ivi������ inn any relief. Tho  sorea dUllKuriid my faro to mich fin extent  that I dreadftd to app������'<*.r In piitillc.  "I tjultureij luiiiiJly ai������l coi.1,1 t,..i. no teat  nlglit nr day. At last a friund uiivUnd ni-  to try th������ C'utlciira H.'mmlii*H. I had it bout  given up hope, hut thorn-lit I would liav*  one moro try, and ho ! uncd a Uttlo Cuticura  Olntmi-nt. and it hi'lpi-d mo from thn Htart.  I contlnuid u.-iln^ it atv! in sir wivIm' i|m<*i  vii compliit-ly cured, and can nay I would  ndvtie anyono Hiifrnrini' from nkln illii-aaa  to Una (���������utlciira Olntmi-nt un it i������ tin* tn-nt  liiHilliti* halm in IhirMorlil." (HIkii.'I) KomcoO  tiood, H.vaii Vernon., Alta., l'ct>. i_, lull.  FOUND RELICP ON_.������.r TROM  CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT  "My HttUi jrlrUwhnn only a fow w������*������������lcii old  ���������jrok** out ������n ilm ������op ot h������r hf*������it anil It hiw  -ttlUil R mil Id ncall. 1 li-ll hex tllii:l.;i licruino  law and sore and after trylni; dlfiVn-nt  jmnoilliii foiiml rdli-r only from unli,; Cuti-  4*nni Hoap and ointment. It lavtnd hI_  month, or morn, hut ntuir _ thoroimii iniit-  nii*nt with Mm I'litu-uru. Ho������i������ ������u.| <Hiili,i,nt  T""T h���������*.���������*. !.������*.** *"'t>irn "     f Hii������n4.il >  Mr.   W   M.  Owen, Yadkin Cul'**.-. Nf. C, itay It., loll.  Kor inrtrn than a (fi-i,.,r_liuil Ci.t'i.ufi iV.ap  and Olntmrtit hn.**i* n(Torf1������*i1 th������ ituhI hh,->  ������rssfnl triiatinmit for nklii and wralp tronl,li-ii  of intaiiti, rtillitrt-n ami wliilw. A ulnitl'i cukii  of Cuticura Hoap and tiox Of Ciitiriira oint-  ;. ��������� ���������������   ��������� ������������������      ������������������   ������������. !..������.��������� H,\.r I.   .,.,,,   I.,  ilruirRijiU arid itiMilAm tlirouiclioul thn \vnrl,|,  a in,.tria,i Kaiui>i,i in ,-,*..>i, ������.... ...,-v .'>..������ ....  tl.������ ������kli,, will I,., M^nt friwi, on atuillra'-lfin to  "otuir Pi-uif A- Chnm. Corp., Al Colijinhua-  Avu.. UoHton. V. H. A.  . ^ W. N   U. 907,  is certainly a very good judge of^rac-  ing. That telephone signal must  have been started before the horse  was past the post.  Oh, I don't know, Phillips argued. In  a very tight race they would have to  wait to see what the judge had to  say. But I am sure either of us  could spot the wlimer In ninety-nine  cases out of a hundred within fifty  lenfiths of the post. Therefore the j son'^"J  result would be known In Ijondori and ~"  signalled Into the Post Club practically at. the same second that the  race was over. I think wc shall  know how to deal with Mr. Copley  new.  What are you going to do? Fielden  a������ked.  Thut depends upon circumstances.  1 don't mind telling you, when I first,  came home nn<i found Copley In an  apparently good position. I Intended  to make money out ot him. I didn't  feel so keen upon revenge as I used to  feel. It would have been no great i  satisfaction to me to get him ten  years on the Breakwater, and besides  I should have had to go out to tho  Cape and waste several months there.  That is why I decided to hit him  through his pocket. But'I had to be  careful, because I had a dangerous  man to deal with and T didn't relish  tho Idea of a prosecution Tor blaclc-  i mail. Thnt la ope of the renBons  why T went into this business. When  I speak, T shall be able to lay Copley  by the het'.s without taking any  trouble nnd probably without appearing in the matter. I shall have the  satisfaction of sending him to Roal,  and I shan't have to go out of the  country at. all.  Vou can't mako anything out of  this. Pleldon reminded him.  Or court,** not. Tf I wero to no to  Copley to-day and toll him what T bad  discovered he would give me a few  thousand poundR to keep my month  shut and nooner or later, when tho  dodge is f������*������und out. nn It must bo. I  should figure in the dock with tho  others. It. In too dangerous a ipirrie.  Still, when I come to think of lt, sir,  >uii .nn n������-4ii4������".v."������",.".t. !;*. Thy debt.  TVrl.'ipn T :nn. Pielderi admitted. Put  T   don't   hoo   what,  special   favor, you  have  done molly pcottiiiR rid of "Raymond Copley.  PhllllpH smiled.      1 should think thnt  ! wouldn't have qerved yon better, We  t-lmll have him out of tlio wnv anyhow.     And Inter, whon you find your,  nelf In  n  mood  poiiltlon  nKiilu   T   will  nn'< you lo nive me a i'i'i������|ionHlhlu po.  i nil Ion   In   your   stable:*.       Oh.  II   will  '  ;���������])    rr.i.\,>   yl_"-M     rdr.        you   ,>,ii"|������|    i,<  win   ii   hi**   Htulco   over   tin  found ths tree, which for many year3  had been propped up to preserve it,  lying on the ground. The rector obtained a saw, and cut a number of  small logs from one of the limbs.  Mr. Waller's father received one of  these ' and preserved it with great  care until his death, when it came  down as one of the heirlooms to his  ana  one- rimt should be removed. London Is **������ fvll that the Post complains  that busy men pursuing their relept-  iess -way down SprlKg Gardens must  not Iii* Torced by bunches cf crowd to  divers," from the mathematically  straight line which is the shortest and  speeUI.-t way between tv,"c given  points. But one cannot help remembering that once upon a time there  used to be a Punch and Judy show  in Palace yard and all good Britons  were friends of the show and the  snowman. Now, it appear, old  friend.*-* *-"'vo fn-i-eotten or considered  simply as a nuisance, and Punch' and  Judy must succumb, and moraer  away in the the hands of their present owners���������or, in happier fortune���������  be cherished as specimens of old and  once popular divertisements.  Speaking of tbe days that were, the  London Post says: Every Wednesday  at 6 o'clock the house used to rise.  ?Prompt to the minute came that loud  and arresting crow which, for so long  as any of us can remember has announced the. arrival of Punch and his  consort.' The legislators used to  gather, and with care and solemnity  the ancient drama was played through.  Punch could not have got much nearer to the national heart than Palace  yard. Now the national heart beats  to other rhythms, and Punch is "an  obstruction." That long road which  he has followed through so many decades of unwearied journeying is  leading him at last to its end in the  land of shadows.. He is almost the  last of many figures that once were,  with him on the road to make the life  of the wayfarer joyous. YWhere, for  instance, Is the, eld dancing bear that  when we were little children so often  used to bring u������i terror and delight!  Years and years ago that rough and  genial beast shouldered his ragged  staff and marched away.ou; of our  lives for good."  Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds,   Etc.  \  Potted Roses  There was a time when Englishmen  could celebrate St. George's Day by  feasting on roses as well as wearing  them. OU1 cookery books abound in  recipes into which rose leaves enter.  One writer tells how to make potted  rosed. I first pound some oE the  most flagrant roses iu a mortar, .then  I take the brains of birds ai>d pigs  well bciled and stripped of eve_y particle of meat, I then adq the yolks  of so^ne eggs, some oil, a little cordial, some pepper and some wine.  After having beaten and mixed it  well together, I place it over a- slow  fire. 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One He Didn't Make  The colon-*- or artists living in St.  S'-Ji-ipi- sireei are haying a iaugu on  a man who has" been considerable of  a nuisance to them the past few  months. This man prides himself on  a brusqueness that he mistakes for  wit. The other, night he was introduced io a young sculptor whose fame  is getting beyond the confines of Boston.  - So you are the chap that makes  mud heads, are you, asked thu witty  man.  Not all of them, the    sculptor   remarked quietly.���������Boston Traveler.  Putting Him at His Ease  When Fred Hall was the city editor  of the Tribune, says Drury Underwood  in the Chicago Post, he was characterized by an extreme gravity, a full  beard, an office straw hat with holes  punched in it. and a corncob pipe.  Courteous and considerate, he did not  invite familiarity, and when some old  timer around the shop called him  by his first name the recruits looked  up.  A reporter, budding into metropolitan journalism after transplanting  from a sinal". town, failed to take proper cognizance of the gravity, the  beard, the hat suid the pipe. Approaching the hours when the majority wero to go to supper, he wont to  the main desk and said:  Anything more Just now, Fred?  Mr. Hall looked up. and replied:  Why bo so cold and formal? Call  me Freddie.  Orthodox  HicKsite  A Slander ��������� Is it true that ���������"'our  daughter has married a highbrow,  Mrs. Rockingham?    ^ v  No, that story was started by some  of the girls who were jealous- Dais-  le's husband is a writer, but his royalties amount to over $4.0,000 a year.������������������  Chicago Kecord Herald.  Both. Experienced  He���������Dearest, you. are the first woman I ever kissed.  She (cynically)���������You don't do it  like ail amateur.  He (wrathfully)-���������Deceitful one,  how do you know the difference ?-r-  Baltimore American.  Use Wires All ���������as?ry The  Same Message���������**! Want.  If TABIS  Vou have got to use some  "kind of salt oa the table.  You must use salt in yousr  EcoUir.g n_ _ "sakiu,-.  Are you using the best  salt-WiKDSOS. TABLE  SALT*!  .It's the little thing* that  count. It's Windsor Salt,  that will help you tono-te  dainty dishes���������and flaw**  food as it should be  flavored. WINDSOR  , SAVa? is pure and fine and  good. .   60  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  MKS.-ft'iKswiw'i Soothjw Svuuf lias beest  Bsed for over SIXTY YEARS by MiU.iOKa of  MOTHERS for their CHILUREN WHILE-  TEliTHlKG. with PERFECT SUCCESS. IS-  SOOTKHS the CH1TP. SOFTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAW ; CURES WIND COLIC, audi  ia the b**st remedy for IJIARRHCEA. It is -b-  soiuiciy liariuies,-. pc pare ssd as!s far " Mr".  WinslC/Ws Soothing Syrup," and *Alte BO Ot_C&  Itind.  Twenty-five cents ft bottle.  The Way In Manx  A. Manx omployer has Invoked the  aid of a 17th century statute penalizing a laborer who loaves his employment, without duo notlco with impriH-  onihCnt on bread and water. There  Ib another unrepealed Manx law the  enforcement of which would cause  nnmi> n''Nation In tho island. It enjoins all Scots to avoid tlie land with  tho noxt vessel that gooth into Scotland, upon pain ot forfeiture of thoir  gjods bnd bodies to prison. Thi_  law wan tha result of a sorlna of raids  on tho Manx coast, by a Galloway rover tianjccl MacCullock, whoso name  inspired a prayer: ^  find keop tho good corn,  The Hhoor and tho buUocic,  Krom  Satan,   from  win,  And Cu'tfi** MncCulloek!  More than a hundred and fortp  thousand Friends are how members  of the various meetings. In England  they are all of the, so-called Orthodox branch, and number about twenty  thousand; in America these Orthodox  Quakers are nearly a hundred thousand strong, with three-quarters of  them in the new lands west Of the  Alleghanies. Philadelphia Is the  centre of j;he Hlckslte brauch,N and  their twenty thousand are chiefly ia  the blast. Furthermore, to thecc  main bodies must be added a few  S3atterod meetings of the Orthodox  in Ireland and in Canada, and the  Wllburltes. a small American subsect  which still profesaes the rigorous  Quakerism of the eighteenth century-  ���������The Century.  Early Rlslrto In Kansas  T reckon, said the first farmor, tlmt,  I not up earlier than anybody lu thin  liolghhorhood.   1   am  alwaya  up   bo-  fore :t o'clock iu the morning. ,     .. .......  riiu hccoiuI farmor iiaid h<> was nl i yv<* all wero nblo to digest onr food  SALLOW   FACES  Often  Caused  by    Tea    and    Coffee  Drinking  How many persons realize that tea  nnrl noffoo so disturb digestion that  thoy produce a muddy, yellow complexion?  A ten days' trial of Postum has  proven a moans, In thousands of  cases, of clearing up a bad complexion.  A Washn. young lady tolls hor experience:  "All ot ur. -fathor, mother, nlntcr  and brother���������had UBOd tea and coffee  for many yoarH until Anally we all  had   htomaeh   troubles  moro  or  less.  "Wo all woro sallow and troubled  with pimples, breath bad, disagreeable taste in tho mouth, and all of  uh simply so many bundloa of nerves.  "We didn't realize that tea and oof-  foe caused the trouble until one day  w������> ran out of o.offeo and wont to borrow some from a neighbor. Sho  l������j������vi������ um "oniii Postum and told us to  try   that.  "Although we started to mako It.  wo all f*������1t sure wo would bo sick If  we nilenod our strong coffee, but we  tried Postum and woro surprised to  find  It delicious.  "Wo read the MntomontH on Him  plcg., got more and In a month nnd a  half  you   wouldn't   have  known   un.  Could Not be   Worse  Old gent���������'Pon my word, madam, I  should hardly have  known you, you  have altered so much.  Lody���������For the better   or   for   the  worse?  Old gent���������Ah, madam, ' you   could  only change for the better. -  When Holloway's Corn Cure Ib up  piled to a corn or wart lt kiiis the  roots and the callosity    comes    out.  without inury to the flesh.  The Home of the Death Flower  The crow ot the vessel which is setting out to ncive tlie mystery of tho  mammoth statutes - of Easter Island  must steer clear of El Banoor, another  Island of the -Pacific. One of our  early "explorera, Hugh Arkwrlght, who  sailed the Pacific In 1581, warns travelers' against visiting El Banoor���������the  home of the death flower, This  flower, we are told, is so largo that a  man can stand upright Inside one of  "its blossoms. But If he dooB bo he  will surely fall asleep, lulled by the  strange fragrance It distills. Then  tho flower folds Its petals and suffocates "him. And so ho passes Into  d-*ath through splendid dreams, and  Rives his body io i,u_ u-.icit.ii "-.wcr for  . food.���������I.ondon Chronicle.  New York City,    below   its    man-  piled coverings, is a huge stone lizard-  sprawled  flat on its v belly,   itB head  erect at Spuyten-Tuyvel, its arms and  legs touching the two rivers, its tall  flopping the Battery/'  All along tho  spine, and flanks of   this   reptile   of  gneiss tormenting men dig and bore-  and blast; driving tunnels through Its  vitals;  scooping holes for sub-cellars  five    floors    underground;     running-  water pipes  and  gas mains;? puncturing ItB skin with  hypodermics of  steam;   weighting  it  with -skyscrapers,  the  dismal  streets v below darlc  as sunless   ravines;    plastering   ita  sideB with grass    bordered    by    asphalt Into which scraggy!   trees .aro-  stuck find���������as a crowning indignity-���������  criss-crossing Its backbone with centipedes of steel, highways for endless  puffing trains belching heat and gas.  ���������F. Hopklnson Smith. In the. World's  Work.  An Oil Without Alcohol.���������Some oils:  and-many medicines have alcohol,  as a prominent ingredient, A jn-  . dlclous mingling of six essential oils-  composo tho famous Dr. Thou-at*'  Electric Oil, and there .is no alcohol  ln It, ro that. Its effects are lasting.-  There Is no medicinal oil compounded that, can erpial this oil In Its preventive and healing power.  wiivn in before that and had part ofI without any trouble, each one'������ skin  .*,.���������  Hi-iva,-*  ,*nno.      Tho  Aral.  f*in,i.-,'! iiooamo clear,  t.onguon    clnamul    otT.  "I'lerhy.   If | tli'inghi. he was a liar and deijldcd u������ | nw\ twvvaa In line    condition.        wm  _?lre You Blue and Worried?  Nervous P    Some of the time really Ul P    Catch cold easily and frequently ���������ulTer  trom billouaneia or headache P    The ronton it that your system does not rid itself  of tho poisons in this blood* just as Impossible as It la for the irate of a stove to rid  itself of clinkers.   The waste does to us exactly what the clinkers do to the stove;  make the fires'burn low until enou*th olinkers have accumulated and ,th������n prevent <  1 Its bur-ilntf at all.   Your liver is slutlrflsh���������- you are dull and heavy���������sleep does not?  rest, nor is food appetizing.     In this condition iilues* uavuluini.     Doctor Pierce'*'  Golden Medical Discovery eradicates the poisons from the body���������o ilyoerlo alter*  ative extraot made from blaodroot, golden seal and mandrake root, atone and  queen's root, without the use ol alcohol.     No matter how strong the constitution  _   the stomach is apt to bo " out of kilter " nt times \ in eonae*  quenc* the blood Is disordered, for the stomach !��������� the labo* '  ratory for the constant manufacture of blood. i  ,    Mua. Biimj. B-AK-. of Port Dov-ir, Ont. Box ������������, wrltssi  "Ihava  bton u it-rant sulUi-.r for yewrs from thro-it troublo, -*t-rrh, tndlKOStlon.  f Amain t.nmbli'ii, bloatlnir. constipation and norvousnuss-nt tlinoa I wouwl.  im m imxJ, uien now to im up m-win,   VV't.i> unu������,i .....������.,, ..:..c;cr-t jeetc*::  Mm-, mill .vi.uVi fct *>*-*���������*������������������������ for it UHt**-wbll*. ������������������*������'���������. I wonM uro'tawn with  chronic inflammation all tht-uifh ma.    Vov iilnut__ii youi. 1 li������a Un*.  polnon In my Mood.   After trylnr niwrl" nv-irythlnir 1 got worn*.  I taaa-,  in Tli������ I'ooplo'. Common Sons. Modioli Advl������������r of Dr. PUi-n*"* Go'ilon  Modlcal -Dlscovary anil Dr. 8aff������'s Catarrh Hsmorty.   .1 havo takon tha'  'G<i1-en MoUlcil Dlscovsry' and 'Plaass.nt l-nll-U.' and h������v������ ussd ftv������ >  bottUs of Vr. Hair*'* CaUrrh TUmmXy.   1 am now ablo to do my work,  and W**.lk'vrltK >ii������������i������ur������.   ! foal Ilka a n������w woman.   1 anjoy everything* '  around mo and thank Qod for lotting ma llvo lonij ���������houkIi Ui ("iid Wu*.  thlnur that mad* ma woll strain." . l  Or. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* regulate Uv������r and bowels. '  Has. BIaAKJb.  von nlriv vour cnrdi' rl-'hl. und 11-1 ilnd'oiil. A fow UlornlngB later In  1 sl.-Tsl_.il.> '������'.,H will bo worlh a uui.ill j got up at 2 o'clock awl wm������t to , ,..  fortune* I iu'IkIUmu-'h Houho.     Ho ri'PI>o<l on Mm*  ITo be Contpiuod"  Whr-ii vi'ilfora Came-Motln'r. link-  r>d tin' lit tb' onn on tho orcumon oi a  rnwrib'T of nucatH b������'iiiK |������r*mcul, ul iltii-  nf*r, will tho dnaa'-rt hurt me, or Is  tluirM ������iiu������i������Kb <o ������i������u iii'ouud? flacr-'d  t Heart KmvImw.  nolKlilior'H Iiouho,  hack door, und the woman    of   ihe  Immic   niinnwl    !������������������' Whoro   Ih   your  huabiind? iisltod tlio liirnifr, mxihi-hii);  III   IIUH   III"   ut;ih''i"i������'������   ������������������������   '-'- "   ,'���������������������������'-  hround horo ������������nrly In tho moriiliii",  miHwcrod the wlfo. but 1 don'l know  ivh-ro In- Ih now.���������Orovo County  (Kan.) Advocato.  ii aver use nnything now but Postum.  Thorn Is nothhu* HUm ll." Kainc  Klvon by Canadian Poatum Co..  Windsor. Cnt. ....  ���������Thnre'" n  reanon," and  It    ls^ fi*-  llllltllllll     Ml     I"11'     IHllll     IH4.I4W, llll'     ������������������������������,'������>.  .,, .���������.���������������,. I ft 411   *������      III       .,1'-V.,  "ever r������������tl the ' above Uttt.r1 A I  new otic appearii front tlmt" to time. J  They ara oenulne, true, and full of I  human  Iwurett. w  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE      WINNIPEG  This company  acts In the capacity ot  TWTflTRE. EXECUTOR, AOMINISTOATOU  and wo shall be Klad to torwara^ copy ^ot    our ^oumui,^  ^omMi.ui������_  r.Dout  iiiiHii-i, 'im������w*-*������ ������.i������-/ ���������"���������>*"-  *"*-*"*���������"���������;������������������/   MOnitV VO  LuAN ON  ^AhM   PRO^EtyTV AT CURRENT KATCS  Of INTEREST  I  I  J  jjuaiijjjj^  i__ <h  BY A SABIPIE RIARKET  ^--IBSI^S.   WAIIf SI Iii*?!? I     Under the sVfltem of a sample mark-  etv the opposite is < mw *,a0s. 1.15  farmer is master ot nothing. t Kit*,  wheat goes to Winnipeg, a sample is  placet! on the table in the grain exchange an������ it is sold for whatever the  buyer chooses to ������iv_ him.     All the  . Every day 'it is becoming more and  more et-'iden. that the most ruinous  "results  to  the  farmers  of  the  West  enjoys r.re sacrificed, and his grain is  placed at the disposal of a crowd of  spectators, who agree amongst themselves not to bid one against another,  but  to  play  into  eaciV others  hands  I   ������,_-.     It..!.     ���������...A..-1     --,.������������������������*���������  A1A4        144.7AA       AU14I.���������CAA       4AC7.4.? AA...  An attempt is being made to xnis-  1 ad the farmers on this matter, and  false ideas and spurious arguments  are being used to trap the unwai-y. II  's the old game of the spider and the  il-/. TUey n������s._:s the statement that  Wheat which w between grades will  bring a better price    on    a *- Bample  lower qualities..    This ts a fallacious  argument.      The   farmer   ?nows   by  past experience that the only people  to profit  by the mixing of grain r.re  the dealers.     In this regard a recent  interview with Mr. J. Hi; Hsslam who  js y/pu irnowii throughout the west is  worthy  of "ar-ful  consideration.  Mr.  Haslam wh������"  has ju-*.t returned from  Europe states that the western Canadian when* Is losine; its ore eminence  ou-tbp British market, and he warns  the farmers of the west    that    th^y  must  '.eo to  it that  thev  send  their  b-_t vhpat purs to ih������ Old Country if  they wish to retain their hold on the  market  anc1   secure the best    prices.  Tn the light of thi., what become of  the  mixing  ar'srunj.eut?      Two  qualities of wheat cann"t bo mi^eu without lowerimr* one of thQm. aud in doing so you reduce the   standard of all  It must never be forgotten that the  men who ai;e seeking to establish a  samwlc market are the men who have  always  sought  to  exploit  the  wheat  trade of the west tn further their own  interests ant deprive tbe farmers of  a legicmare price for their-grain.  Wie  would follow "the*   eVtablfshm.-ut  "0_ j guarantees of fair play-which,he now  sample markets for graiu'at Winnipeg  -and _ort William.  i_9 .   s'Hklng iri-tftuce of the harm  4hat wedd follow such a move, was  *1)rougut out at an investigation of the  .traffic eongestiOi������ ou    the    Canadian  .i-uilwaya beioje tlie rip il way Commission at Ottawa,     ln giving their testimony   J.   W.   Leonard   of  th^  C.P.R.  .and W. H. Blggar of the Grand Trunk  Pacific stated that the congestion was  very largely owing to their inability  to secure rolling stock from the manufacturers as last as it was required.  All tlie-car shops   are   behind    hand  with ciders      ln fact it is impossible  for the car shops to turn out rolling  stuck as rapidly as tne development  of the country requires jt.      In this  connection it was stated that the di-  rectoi"-  of one company had authorized the expenditure oi $19,000,000 ia  rolling stock, but could get no Urn. to  fill the orders.  It will be seen by these '.tatements  .which wer_ .uiiccntradic1"-'., that the  ���������'congestion of btaf&c and car shortages  on the railways of the we������t are owing  to the exceedingly rapid development  o������ the country rather than to the neglect of the railway companies. And  this wonderful development is as yet  only i.   its "early stages, and when it  .Is completed how will our transport-"  .aticn companies be able to handle the  traffic?     The grain congestion of last  fall was bad enough but with the increased    acreage    under    cultivation  ���������each   year  the  conditions  will   grow  worse as time passes^ unless radical  ��������� measures are taken to prevent it.  With these facts in view, what can  ,  be  said  of the  criminal  folly  of  establishing a sample market tuat will  at one  stroke  take  away twenty-five  tier   cent:  of  the  cars  now  available  for the grair carrying trade.     Before  many years pass the grain crop of  -the West will be over five hundred million  bushels. .   And   when  that  time  comes,,even providing that the sample market - is    a qualified    success,,  -which  is  impossible,   the  twenty-five  per cent loss of cars will still be as  great <n proportion as it would be if  ���������   the sample market were    established  .  today.      Any   intelligent  farmer  can  -figure out for "himself. what the loss  ���������would be to him.    were    the    sample  ���������market established and the cars de-  -tained at Winnipeg as they would be  -for from twenty-four    to    forty-eight  Tiours on every trip, and how much  wheat would ,be  left In his granary  that would otherwise bo shipped, sold j  and paid   for.       Remember   that   it  would mean,   under   ordinary  -conditions,  that one  bushel  out of  every  four is left on his hands at the close  ���������Ox navigation.  And why- in "the name of ordinary  ���������common sense should-1 the farmer be  put to this loss and inconvenience?  There is %no reason whatever for* he  atands to* lose at eveijy turn. Tbe  ���������only persons 'who could possibly be  benefited are the men who would  "handle the wheat on the sample mark-  ���������et, and would mis it and fix it so as  to bring the most profit to themselves.  Tt Ir to the interests of every farmer to carefully study this sample  ���������market question in all Its bearings.  At present, the farmer is safeguarded  on every hand fay statutory laws  which are fairly well observed, and  + r������4������        fixnvntAW       *-k������*ij������t-        mmnem        *V������������11        ,������-.-������-* *^-**-i.? m^j>  *������-__._?      _-c*i uiGi      -jus-vr      i'uo     xaxax     %\>\sxl%.*\*l     C*.  his own wheat on the market. If  he don't like to sell to the local dealer  for any reason, either on account of  grade or price, he can ship himself.  The railway companies are compelled  by. law to furnish'him a car in his  turn s.nd place lt at a loading platform for him. At Winnipeg .an honest grade Is assured him by a government inspector and the wheat Is sold  at a fair market price. In short, he  Is mas'er of the situation.  y41H:MJ___Ji- W.rp������^ & Wood Binders  _^^������txnra3rnsiM  tyi-jeg^gged  everywhere.    Perfect,''lightraning,  m*?et the hardest conditions of cutting and  Binding.  'T'SsramssH  ;~v-.!.v__S  IIP  $%%%  Sllnd Men Nov.* ,Ssc  Sometimes blindness is entirety due  to nerves. A young farmer, hailing  from Ohio, had" been stone-blind tor  Jive years. The farmer had been under treatment by many emftient specialists, and haa also entered a first-  class eye-hospital, but no cure could  be effected. The doctors were of  opinion he was suffering from paraly-   _ _  ������������������wv.   Fr. __.    ���������     ���������__    sis of the optic nerve, a disease con  markot for purposes of mixing with j sidered hopeless.     During last montl  the blind 'man began to suffer very  much with his teeth, and at last he  visited a dentist, who advised him to  Have three teeth extracted. . Worn  ou* with a long spell of toothache the  farmer agreed; but no sooner did the  dentist star*-    to    draw    the    second  tooth than he jumped   Mip    and  claimed:���������I  cfcn  see  T I  can  see  ex-  the  Vtr������~  V, ia  tuerj oi Mother Graves" Worm E\fi ix-  inator always have it at hand, rj-  cause  it proves  its  value.  light, the crack in the window!. And  turning to the dentist with glee, he added, joyfully:���������I can see you. The  whole affair seems to have been a  miracle, as up to now no scientist  has been able to connect tbe blindness with teeth. To a common-sense  person the blindness appears'to have  been a case of 'nerves.' Possibly  the man feared his sight was failing  and worked himself into losing the  sight of his eyes.  Another remarkable restoration of  ���������sight was the one which happened to  a stonemason. He had. been unable  to see out of his right eye for over  30 years, but during one of .the fierce  gales which happened at Faster he  had to cross a bleak common with  the wind in his face, and a quantity  of dust got into both his "eyes  Tawed   Birds  Curiosity* is' a  strong    feature    in  most birds.   ' They will always investigate anything new and  bright-looking. . . -   .  A small blue titmouse , we once  kept indoors for a week was a regular Paul Pry. His little body found  its way into/everything. Indeed, he  was nearly drownea, oecause, ir a  pitcher was on the table, he was sure"  to go into Jt; and to get out again,  with wet wings was not easy.  The human voice is a great assistance in the taming of any wild creature. A soft, gentle tone and kind  manner will go far to win- the confidence of birdish hearts. It .fact,  it is only a matter of-time and patience; the wildest specimens will  become friendly.  At first their apparent tameness is  mainly cupboard love. ' but in time  it does often result/ in real personal  affection. Then it is delightful to  possess a bird who will-welcome your  coming with out-stretched wings and  every sign of overflowing joy.  A cardinal grosbeak which I once  possessed for fourteen years would  thus greet me, and the very tempting food would remain untouched  while be warbled to me in, the most  gushing manner.  tBacs-Ror  JEL_tgss*_ a  ������"_ "^ a if  hi i  *!hl^fllll-f*l  -U  MIGRATION   OF   BIRDS  Some  Faster  Fly Two Miles High,  Than sn Express Tra:*-.  The problem of how small , birds  were able to manage long flights 1*1*0111  other countries exercised they mm ds  of naturalists for centuries fre J-rst  man  to  collect  accurate  infutmalioii  Dishy, N"S.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Last August my horse  was badly cut in eleven places by a  barbed  wire ���������fence.   ** Tnree    of    the  cuts,   (small on**-*)   healed   soon,  but  His j the  others   became   foul   and   rotten,  right_eye felt it the most, and began , and though I tried many kinds of med-  to  stream  with  water.      To try and I icine   Lbey  had   no   beneficial   result  on the subject   was  ia:  H.  Gatke. Living ou th- little island of  Heligoland, in the direct rout. :>f migration, a������.d entirely devoted to hi-  .iirject, he was ai.e to verity for himself many facts wl������ich had until theu  csutiiicu   HO v*CC-  relieve the pain the stonemason rubbed that eye gently but con.tinu.busl v  for some seconds. When he reac ed  home he discovered to his ,oy that he-  had perfect -sight in both .his eyi-"-*.  Possibly many years ago a smill  niece of stone had got into his evf  At last a doctor advised  me  MINARD'S* LINIMENT and    in  was  to use  ���������four  weeks' time every sore    was    healed  and the hair has grown over each one  in fine1 condition.      The Liniment is  certainly   wonderful   in   its   working.  johisTr. HOLDEN.  and,the extra flow of water and do.tj Witness, Perry Baker  had enabled it to w__k its way out.    {    Many  Sizes  m --*i  H * *��������� ������  lH Imperial  Kffl Bushels,    v  gg Full Measure  ���������������**������ Guaranteed.  "I have a money-saving invention-���������  handy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them about  each year. You save long hauls at  harvest time. In  I S  springy you scatter  i; mt" 111  small straw stacks  jjj ,^)&f  ���������no burning of  straw."  i_i7���������es- gfiuSjficS COiac ia compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  one together in a few hours. Four  padlocks protect the grain. Separator  delivery into a spout on the side or  iato roof manhole���������saves work during threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves. SfSell  it whenyou are ready, loading direct  from the granary into your wagon,  or bagging it No musty or heated  grain. _ Get my granary and be independent of elevators for selling.  Sell at the highest price, no 'matt  how long you store vou? erain.  The Pedlar dranary prcfec*s'yoi*?'*  It shows how profitable iny  "My ISO-bushel Granary, showing door. "Also without door"  If desired. Showa how easy to:  ' baor grain j when wanted. Other  cot at lpft shows tpoutfor hand  9 attached to Gnu_i_*-."  ailing: as;  TH  Hi ^_'l!!tlal,! for ?y booklet.  __a  ���������"���������4-si.a.>-_;?_cvcu o=S_s -iu;.le  qutrttr-sc  t ior i-jie..     xiAc ������>oc& Telis da   Big  :  I  SSSGIE WOMEN  Thousands Have Been Helped  By Common Seme  Stf������g-B_L_Oil������.  Women Buffering- from any form of f������-  ���������tnulo ills aro Invited to communicate  p-wmptly with thewoman'sprlvat* correspondence department of the Lydia. E.  Pinklmm Medicine Co., Lynn, Masa.  Your letter will be opened, read and  answered by 0. womnn and held In strict  confidence. A woman can freely talk of  [hat private illness to a woman; thus has  been established a confidential corre-  spondonco whioh has extended over  many years and which baa never boon  broken. Never have tlioy published a.j  testimonial or used a letter without tha  ���������written consent of tha writer, and-nevar  Jhas the Company al low*d th������_������*) confidim-  rtial letters to get out of their pom������e*������ion,  as the hundreds of thousand* of them in  their files will attest  Out of the vast volume of experience  which they have to draw from, it is more  than possible that they possess the very  Itnowledga needed In your case.   Nothing ie asked iu return except youi: kudu  will, wju U't.-Jr fidvko I'M nelpad thou-  issndfl.    Surely any  woman, rich or poor,  should be glad to  take advantage of  this generpuK offer  of assistance.   Ad*  dress Lydia 15. Plnk������  ham Medicine Co.,,  (confidential) hyn%  %*.  For instance, he pointed out that  birds on migration often ��������� flew very  high���������lyobably as much as 12,000  feet (over two miles) above the  'ground. That they do fly at a great  height has been corroborated by as-  tro_.c_aers, who have seen birds flying  across the face of the moon at a  height of not less than one mile.  Gatke's ideas on speed were probably exaggerated, but only by a theory  ot a tremendously swift flight at a  high altitude could he account for  the fact that certain birds were never  or rarely seen in the countries between their Winter and - Suniui-i*  quarters. For instance, he pointed  out that the blue throat^ which winders in Afiica and breeds in Scandinavia, is but rarely met with, in any  of the countries on the line of route���������  Italy, Glreece and Southern Germany.  \Vhen they arrived in Heligoland  they came in largeN flocks, and were  tired and exhausted; also they always  arrived at the same hour���������somewhat  late in the morning. He thought it  probable that they left Africa ttt dusk  the previous evening, and by flying at  the rate of 180 miles an hour- would  i-"*- .-iMo to reach Heligoland, in the ong,  flight.   ..-.���������"���������'^������������������^������������������'K-b^^  Between 1880 and 1887 the' British i  Association granted some money to a  special committee for the study of  migration, and by means of schedules  much information was collected about  the'birds that are killed annually at  coast lights. Although 'mqby'"facts  were thus obtained the observations in  this respect are almds't entirely dependent on weather conditions. In  fact it may be said that the only  m'gratlon that can be actually seen is  that which haB partially failed, for it  is only when delayed or held back by  storm ii or fog that bir^a obviously  ou passage aro, encountered along the  ogaat or in other places where thoy  aro not usually found.  In Benmark and Germany ornithologists have been experimenting by  ringing birds and having those that  aro caught returned to the addreas  given on tho aluminum band placed  on the bird's leg. In- this Way tho  habits of migration, speed, and direction of flight and othor tacts aro discovered. Storks have given the most  striking rcsnlf.B from ringing, Without, exception all storks that havo  been recovered In the drat Autumn  n.ft.*>r rlnprlnp* had traveled In a duo  south-easterly direction.  From Hungary to Palestine no ringed birds havo boon procured, but frotn  Palontino* four havo boon roturncd,  from Alexandria ono, Bine Nile ono,  Victoria Nyanza ono, and no fewer  than sovon from tlio Transvaal, Natal,  Basutoland, etc., while of tho Hungarian r*,tr*r!:r. <tn������rlr'*'1 by tho Hungarian  ofiloi-*) no fewer than snvnnteen havo  boon recorded from tho varlouB localities In South Africa. It In thoro-  f*>ro practically certain that north  Gorman and Hungarian storks travel  south-east to Paloatino and thence duo  south to South Africa.���������Tno Strand.  Shearing Sheep With a/ Machine  Shearing .sheep with a machine is  practical fbr most farmers, says the  S-rathe _. Agriculturist. As with any  other machine, a man should have  some knack with machinery to do the  best work. The greatest advantage  in using this method of shearing is  t" at y-u get practically all the wool.  During the World's Fair at St. Louis  they bad a contest between the old-  fashioted method of shearing by hand  and ti e newer one of clipping the  sheep with tbe machine. After the  expert band shearer had finished a  sheep the machine would clip about  tnirteen ounces of wool. So the saving of wool would soon pay for the  shearing machine.  A man with from 25 to 100 heaa of  sheep should  use the hand machine,  but with iargei-'uocks the power "_3a-  ehine is more practical.        If    one's  neighbor     raise     sheep,    they  can  install a power plant with a line shart  to   run   as   many   machines   as   they  wish .with a small gas engine.    When  shearing time comes they can set a  day, collect tneir    nocks    and    help  each other.     I have such a plant in  my   barn   with   three   machines   run  from a line shaft with a loose pulley,  so each machine can be operated or  stopped independently, as the shearer wishes, by shifting the belt from  the tight to the loose pully. We shear  with  this  plant,   running  three  mas-  chines,   about   200   sheep   in   a   day  with the average    farm    hands.     A  quick^ stjong young manr-with' practice  Should shear'100 or .moreTi while the  expert will turn off 200 with one machine.     But the average farm hand,  to do a nice job, will average about  75 a fay?    . :    '    ���������* -wttswwaSMBHgSSr  One of the greatest advantages in  havjng a shearing plant with _eve.ai  machines is   that,, you   shear   your  whole   flock  in  a   day,   thus   getting  them back to grass with their lambs  Bicycles .in War  A correspondent,  interested in the  hitherto neglected branch of the service,  will  be  gratified  to  learn  that  the authorities are beginning to take  serious notice of the possibilities involved in the use of the cycle in war.  A  great advance  has' been  made of  late  in its  employment for purposes  of defence at home? in proof of which  it is  only necessary to refer to ihe  increase in the number, of purely cycle battalions maintained in the Territorial  Force.      But  above  and  beyond that is the information contained in the new 'War Establishments," '  which shows ah increase in the num-,  ber of bicycyes in the regular Army,  and a greater recognition of the mo- _  tor cycle.      a cavalry    division    has  now 18 motor cycles and 371 ordinary  bicycles,   as  against  118  of  the j  latter hitherto.      All this is very en-1  couraging   to .fchose   enthusiasts   who  have hitherto^met with a somewhat  cold "reception"* from  the  Authorities  in the advocacy-of the cycle.     J3ni  we regret there is no sign of~"any cyclists units in the Regular Army So  far.  E J-S-nsie  iOSHAWA. ONT.  EBMONTON    '  563 Srd St,W.  MOOSE JAW -.ETHB-tTDGE  W-itlock & Mor-iet        S_S Fifth St. S.  Direct your inquiry to the Pedlar plaCe nearest you.    They will _nsw_ryoU  promptly and     save ������ypu time.,  ���������Tho   Pedlar   Granary   ia   fire- proof.    Think what that means!''  FREE  s������i   COWSTBUCT-IOHAL sJ==r==ws  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows.  Garget   tn  Ugly Feet Due to Bad  Boots  Parents  who  desire*  to  save their  children much suffering from malformation of the feet in after years will  do  well  to  pay careful  attention to  tfee   advice   given   .by   tho .,London  County Council   Medical   Officer   for  Education.     He waras parentat^gajnst  allowing th^lr, chlldren~td wear heavy  I rigid, Igiproperly-j-jhaped,. J>oots,   and  f points" out thar"Kll-h of the footgear  worn by school chlTdrSfl Ig. made re-  gSTdlesl" olf ariii-SSiical considerations  so'that the foot is fdfood to Conform  to the shape of the boot.   ^"wwasN-*-.  Never mind about a boot bttlttg of 0  If Ton "are two������or Three davs Bh������__rin������ fashionable aliape, and whenovervJm>_^  thire"l?consid-i*abS^loss to theTmb fllbIe pay a sood Prlce ^ a pair. See  ij^'e#������^'wIS������?*}������Jrn������   ���������\KihS-f ^at the, leather is of   that   softness  crop from keeping them up. Machine  sheared snoop also look much better.  ���������Southern Agriculturist.  Quaa'r Collections  Collectors gather together .irtlclea  moro or leas interesting, but probably  few go in for such bulky objects as  thoso choBen by a distinguished Britisher. Old doors are tho object of  his desire. His doors come from old  houses, cast)os, and abbeys of historical interest. Some time ago ho obtained, at considerable cost, a door  through which, during tho Fronch Revolution, Marie Antoinette, Charlotte  Corday, Danton, and Bobespierre passed on thoir way to tho guillotine,  Lord Petersham, a noted man in his  day, had a hobby for acquiring various kinds of tod and Bnuft*. Tho  Dowagor-Quoon of Italy has a collection of tho feot and hoadgear of Royal  parsonages, of ditfoi-tit periods. It Is  said to includo a sandal worn by Nero,  a pair of white sllppors that belonged  to Mury, Quotui ot Scots; allocs worn  by Quoon Anno and tho lSmpress  JoBophino, and gloves that woro once  tho proporty of Marie Antoinotto.  Our lum-cr la Sigh grade In every respect. It is tha -anal ol aay  una superior io Xuc_t cf the lumber on tbe market. We cap ^onildent-  ly recommend our Pit to Too one of tbe most durable woods to ���������������  found.' It ia not .susceptible to 017 roc and will give ������ _u������a sssriss So  Oak, _at not weighing bo boavy, effects a cc_3l4era_l. saving it^  fr-igbt -barges, it baa convinces tbe aspertB, and Ib now one oi tbe  wiosi; 6_������������asAT������A-f _3ci Trcsds ia tb. West.   Let lt convince, yon. '  All common   liunber���������-sbt_lap and dimensions���������Is air-dried. ' All  finishing lumber���������moulding,  flooring,  doors, wlndowB,  casings,' coiling, siding, etc.,���������is kiln dried, so tnat tbore is no danger of doors  . and Window, warping..      '        ���������.;-^;;-*i"-L ^    '^BSt^mf'  We Invite Correspondence  -mm^S3^SL^Sa!iSS^^n^'m^-' <        ' -, ���������",'V.    .  Our Xinmber Department is ready ai all iu_as to qsvm sa axAAii  .  ���������Wed doors, windows, etc., conditionally tbat the buyer lurnislieB'an*,  itemized list iii' order tbat we -May,;. o.uoto rock-bottom, figures,'? Ii yovt.  iatead buUirOog this Bununor, you -will i_o well to.'^^uih''6M''trtctf������^-:*:A'  ,' iuailt*? consid.r.d, they &������* uneausUed.��������� Any .ofthelpl^lBhej^Jp ,  our Spring  aud :Summer 'Catalogue   may be bad for 92.QO, ���������which '  amount will be refunded on receipt of ordor for lumber.   Sto'wever,' ,  if you prefer building from'your own plans -end us yemr  bill of material and we will quote a price for aU tbe: material nece&vary, Uld  doTm in your own town..    ._4rt������_nautsArtj__w__^^  ��������� ~'ZS ,r..j'f*-***n.mi i,fi*;i^_i   -���������������"-.*���������������������������--^���������.������������������-!������������������������������������--���������������������������.-^������������������������-'���������������������������sj^���������_..f.  We Ship m Carload Lots Only  ���������i  1  1  1  1  m  -?!*���������:.  t*mm nwwww*  F,vfl-ry woman ought t*������ haxn  My dim   25.   &lnltha.m*������   ttO-pago  Toxt Book*  It Im not # Imook for  Kcneral dlstrlbuition, wm it U tot*  ��������� axntmst*-*"*.!   Yt 'In fr������n������ ������uii<l only  obtainable by xnnlh ��������� Writ* xor  jxa M������*i**3r*  jmtm^aui\mu\ mummammm^mtmsmutm^.  'w. m������ u. m.  Whiskers vs. Hamlet  Loading man in travolilng compuny  ���������W������ play Hauilot tti-uight, laddie, do  WO   Hot'.'  8ub������managor���������Yen, Mr. Montgomery.  l-oiullng mini���������-Thou.'l must borrow  tho sum of two penco.  Bub*managor���������Why ?  v      -. ,* ������ .... ..���������    ,...* rt t*. .._��������� f    V -n >rn  Growth noon my chin,  play Ilamlot in a hoard.  Sut'-iVmnaRcr  -Us*.--  Well  put on Macbeth.  #n������,*r     ilrivfi'  One cannot  w-vn  Dolly  in  pUoiay  Dorothy���������Mfothor, whon I got married shall I havo a luiBband llko pa?  Mother���������Certainly, my dear.  Dorothy���������And it I F-ay single shall  I bo an old maid like Amil Auuh,  Mother���������I think you will.  Dorothy (with a doep Blgh)���������Well  I am in a fix.  Ready for Anvthlnd  Tho now cook camo   out   and   AUl  very woll her first afternoon at Lono-  vlllo.      After ,dinner uho approaehod  tho head ot tho house.  Mow early shall I havo io get up in  *���������*������.���������*��������� "i-imlniT? ������bn AnnnlrMl.  Woll,  said   Mr.  Bubbiibs,  the itrut|  train w������r tiiw ������5ii,y uuivi'M ihhu ui, Coii.  Yen will hnve to get up nbout   6   if  ydu want to mako that.  and pliancy which will conform to the  flh,apo of the foot; otherwise, jf the  foot of the child is forced ,into a  boot of unyielding leather, rendered  unbondable by nails and rivets used  in the process of manufacture, it is  cramped, and the end is deformity.  Tho result of wearing badly-made  and unsuitable boots is that tho great  to������?s of many chiblren, before tb** age  of 14, are found to be forced outwards  from tho middle Une, and tho majority  of them are llat-footod. Then, again,  many tropic seem to think that it Is  necessary that a child's ankles should  bo supported by a stiffly-lacod boot,  which makos tho ankle almost un-  movabloi This, of oourso; is quite  wrong. Tho nnklo, like the foot,  should bo frob for any movoinont.-  othorwlso a child la apt to got Into;  the habit of shuffling along, or with  an oxaggoratod movement of tho knoc-  Joint, lifting tho foot of������ th- ground  and carrying lt forward without any  flexion of tb������ ankle-joint, thus getting into that, llat-footod mannor of  walking which Ib bo ugly and prevents  Indulgence, in healthful oxorclso.  maammmwmm***mm*m*m^mmm****a���������  Ttur.r.lr.V. army "in times of peacn  numbers 1,200,000, and In case of vCar  lt can bo nearly quadruplod.  mK*WBir\\ |/;'\_ir'l^iv';: %&: limited  WINNIPEG  CANADA I  ���������asaaas-awa-aitssiaia a%  Regularity  of the bowels is an absolute necessity for good health. Unless the  waste matter from tlie food which  collects there is got rid of at leant  once a day, it d^ny** and poisons the  T/holl** ���������liny. 4-!������tmir>ir hilloiiMiifM*. (ndi-  jer.tion. end sick heiidaches. Salts  and other Iiaish mineral purgatives  irritate the delicate lining of tho  bowels. Dr. Morse'* Indian, Root  rills���������entirely vegetable ��������� regulate  the bowels effectively without weakening, Bickcmii-* or {tuping,    u������c  ���������a i_fr# I*ar_>*������������*_*a������   ���������-������������������  Indian ivoott Pills  Sinister.���������This bill was iunocent'l  on ItB face, but,bonoath thoro lurked'  a most Hinlster signiflcance.     !   >  Th������ speaker, Senator Clarke, was  dlscusBlng lr. kittle Rocji: a measure  of which ho disapproved- y  The bill reminded mo, in fact, he  said, of a Little Jlock urchin's question, His question, .ipnocont opough  in appearance, dear knows, was this:  '. Would' you mind malting a nolao  llko a frog, uncle?  And why? said the undo, with an  amusod smile, why, Tommy, do you  desire ��������� mo to mako a noiao llko a  frog.  llocojU^o, replied tho urchin, whenever 1 ask daddy to buy mo anything  ho always says, wait till your uncle  croaks.���������Now York Tribune.  Pat Knows Everything  Willlq���������Paw, what is a. labor   of r I  lovo?        '���������''��������� ���������'���������;'��������� ���������'   ���������'��������� ��������� ��������� '   ���������'���������    .tizyp  Paw���������That's when a pitcher.aiid ������  catcher help "dig a baseball out of aa t  umplro'e eye.'-,. . ,., ��������� .       .:,,������������������. ,: . ��������� '���������   ":i  Johnny Ordered Out  Yon ought to havo seen Mr. Marshall whon he called upon Dolly tho  other nirtht, ro marked Johnny to hla  sister's young man, who was taking  tea with tho family. I toll you ho  looked fino olttlng thoro alongside ot  hor with his arm���������  Johnny', ganped his sinter, h*?r face  the color of a .bolloii lobster.  W������U. un lio did, porslstod Johnny.  He-had his aim���������  John, Bcroaniod his mother, frantically.  Why, whined tho boy, I was���������  John, said hla father utortily, loavo  tho room.  And Jonnuy imu, cry 1 nt an in-  Has 152 Living"DcBcendaiits  Henry flmallwood, agod SI, formerly  ornployorl nn a ohalrmakor of High  Wycombe, has H������2 doacondants living,  including OH grea(>grandchliavon. Ho  has a brother aped 82 and a sister  aged 80, A son, a'grandBohvifigroat-1  grandson, and a groat-groat-grandnon  aro all numod Houry.���������i.'oudou Daily  Mail.  ,   For testing RiiiiR nzivly' tlm Biii-ibii  armv tiros thorn   trom   within   steol ���������  -uko*, mado strong enough to catoU.  flying fragmenttt should they buret-  ?/.v?l  *i  NeVfcW>C$  Vvlllll,,  A     ll^rf  ���������Y.:,-',.'',   ���������-���������'.!-?v  ������r������    b������������������    *������r    ft,i������-������ilfi������������-  mothors becauae thejt,.do(,  not affect (lie real of Ui.  system. Mild but sure. 25b.  m box At your dru������gl-t%"  ��������� ,,-.t   ;.  MATIONAt. OKU* ANW OHCMIOAL  his  army * clothes on.���������-Ijadlcs  ilomoj  Journal. * i s - -'"������������������' ��������� _7_ *  i"*_.  I tie L*reszon  ixevtew  Published every   Friday ai Creston, E4tish Columbia, bytln* Owkmiu Priut-  ug"and Publishing Coaspauy, Ltd.  ������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������jS������  _&,   _  W. B  McCmtke - - Editor and Manager  The Review iB tbe nckuowledjied udvtrti-iii?* medium of tho Oiestou valley, cir  oulating in nearlj one thou, and  homes throughout the Creston district and  --acbu-K out in u broud ������ieun<-r into other ������oiumointies     Our mivei tiwmg rates  are based on the scale of the Kooieuay aud BGnudary Printers' Beard of Trade.  Land niwcha_e BDd land lease notices. $7 for statutory time.     Display adver  *���������       _ __ _ ��������� * _-__._.__   _       ___.__._.__   _. _3-...������.___.������������_*-_������       . _\    ������_**___>_*    *_#_**     _*_____   *___���������(_'_     lrtcini  ���������_������9  V2S/  *^V_/_i__l_  JLJAJL  y������- A.&. &__  l_-JJ<CL'II|Ul_)  t-.e_t and the welfare of the community  signed.  Contributions must be brief and  Last week the Review took the people of Nelson io task  for the opposition which some of them have been trying to  stir up against the reclamation of the flats fearing that with  the opening of so much agricultural land about her, Creston  would outstrip their city in growth of population. The  Nelson News last Monday replied by denying that there is  opposition to the project, using for an argument to prove  its noint. that the people of Nelson wonld be unwise to  hinder anything for the advancement of the Kootenay and  the Boundary as a whole because it would eventually be an  advantage to Nelson. Although we know that there are  some in that city who are not as broad minded in the matter  as is the News, and who are willing to sacrifice the public j]  good for some small personal interest, we are glad the News  jue&avng  Hotel of ihe  Our   Guests  CaU   e/������gain  *\ /OU will make no mistake  when you get off the tra**.n  if you sign the register at W  the Creston Hotel, Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms arc well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  r3^^gs*Y  s  Headquarters for Mining Meti,  Lumber-hen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  ������UU    \_-VJJJJ._U,\-J VJ.cil.i5.  i  JL vJxxmri *_������# a  j������W/k,  rt a, i_  !  atmaaa  m m _h  has taken the stand it has, for although it chides us for ever  __.2_.-lY?-:���������  lUJUnJilg  A.-. ��������� ���������      X.X.m^mm.       xxxxxx.       ������__-AVA*I_.  V���������I-C&lr        fci_WAV.        ������*4A������������ jj������>..^j.������'������������  ^T ^1 ������?4-A*������     04>    Ti _   :***V**_7    ���������������������_    ^O  S������S g  !l    1^|-MI-H   I HI-   lAHliH  I . W W ���������__��������� Be-*" tea H a        S   ��������� ��������� amm       b  *   as Ism ^m? B 3  jrfslV-Tr iV-' .*: T.  '���������-ti,    O  _^aiSb _. E_ *fl2_.   y*_> -S_Si     _^b������   _   TS  ano   -Nippon Gbina  \ .  J*        XKTrx  t.rv-cT_.   -ttfCi"   f4_4"������_>"i'���������__������*-!    _   lion*   tit-r\r>Xr   t\f  *_  .-1  *5s?  V  Genuine Nippon Hand painted China, X  also the New Thermos Flasks, consis- d  ������'-.-.  ������. _    ���������"!_.    ���������.J     _..���������������<-     "U./-.J-<.1n..      *%*,/���������������������-������Zs\ T&  Llllg   Ui,     {JIJUl.    (lUU      VJ_Ud.J I,      UUUJWO,     |r.A.w_AA��������� ga  cases etc., at the new  prices which are ^|  50 per cent  below  the former  prices.  * See the window display at the  i Creston Drug&Book v^o, S  plione 51  fight the progress of the investigation for the reclamation  of ths flats, it also chides the guilty parties although not  admitting that there are such, and has the tendency of stopping the growth of the opposition. Th- reply of the News-,  which is printed below, speaks highly of Creston's resources  and is it-deed a most broad and generous article.  "It will be news to the people of  Kelson to know that aay attempt is  being made in this city in opposition  to the reclamation of Kootenay flats.  The carry"1- oufc ������' fckis work has  been before the public for many years.  ressini  . 1  ���������_?  %  *v?  tXh  SLnd  I  SEALED   TE-uDBRS  addressed  to  There has been ample time in which j tj,e undersigned and endorsed on the  to -work up opposition to the proposi-  fcies were th& people of Nelson so  minded. Notwithstanding this oppo-  sition of the kind mentioned by the  Creston Review is non-existanfc. No  one would be more pieaHod than the  people of Nelon to know that 75,000 or  more acres of high class land had been  added to the agricultural areas of the  Kootenay. They are only too glad to  seethe whole matter thoroughly investigated, so that the practicability  of the eoheme may be demonstrated  beyond question. At tho same time  it4s only natural that they should like  to know how the proposed undertaking would effect them.  As to Nelson being jealous of Creston and her great agricultureal future  great even though the Kootenay flats  should never be reclaimed and much  greater still should this he done, nothing is KU-l_s-i* from the fact, The people of Nelson are broad enough to  realize that the progress and development of any one section of the Kootenay or the Boundary means just that  much added to tho Kootenay and tlie  Boundary as a whole. If aa a result  of tlio development of the various  sections of the Kootenay and tho  boundary, some other town, such as  Creston, or even several other such  tvmrxn should fiurpasH Nel������on in point  of population, the pooplo of this city  will accept the now situation with  good grace, behoving thnt, tlio development of tho district am a whole,  whatever may be its consequences in  r_2ard to the continuance of the Hty'i*  present position as the leading centre  of tho interior, is of mom importance  titan the local IntertmU of nny one  section or sections. If tlio ICooUuiuy  and tho Boundary prosper Nelson nnd  every other section of tho KooU-nay  ������  .������ n> -i ���������������������       ,  ������������������AAA*   VAAAJ     ���������*_U<1144A.iy       VTI4I      1*H>I'      |'������ t>������|l|ll',  Why then should thero Iw any Jiul-  ousy or unneighborly fueling in tin*  matter? Ii*t all sections work together  ���������^A *���������*������������������������ r������Ar%tf-<M**1  w**\r%A  *.������* **!���������*  m%% n ****** A  ������-*-!������-.   #Tj.  -* *-������ '      "to       ' *...*-    ia.-w  ���������I*****,-P M 4-4M+I*   ,*���������������-������������������%*% .4������������^,  envelope "Tenders for the construction  of s, residence for the Superintendent of  the Experimental Station at XuTvnuere,  near Athahner, B. C," will he received  np to 4 P. M., on the First day of August, 1912, for the several works and  materials required in the erection of a  residence for the Snperintendent of the  Experimental Station at Invermerenear  Athalmer, B. O.  Specifications and plans can he seen  on application to Mr. Duncan Anderson  Athalmer, 3. O.  Each tender mnBt be accompanied by  an excepted oheok onaobartered bank,  payable to the Honourable the Minister  of Agriculture, eqnal to ten per cent of  the whole amount of the tender, which  check will he forfeited if the individual  or company sending it declines to enter  into a contract with the Deportment or  fails to complotc tho building.  The Department does not bind itself  to aooopt tho lowest or any tender  Newspapers publishing this advertisement without authority will not ho paid  A. L. JARVIS,  Assistant Deputy Minister, and  Suci'utary of Agiionlturo,  Department of Agriculture  ���������26252 Ottawa, 20 Juno, 1912  day of July next,'at eleven o'clock ;in  the forenoon, to apply to the .Water  Commissioner at his office .'at'Nelson'.  B. C. for a licence to take and j  use one-half -0_) : cubic foot of  water per second from an unnamed  creek, a tributary of Kootenay Lake!  to be diverted: at a point about 860  feet N. ,4Q degrees 23 minutes ������.  aboveiWater Tank. .  The water will be used on our right  of. "way, for domestic purposes, for  locomotives and trains.  _���������..   ������2.4    XIJLaV^-a.^ j_a J.Ia-  Solicitor for Bedlington and  "\TArv1ctrf>"r������   T? n i 1 ���������������*-><_ *?    /^������-t^-*^ ***'_ ���������-*���������---  +.* *_.������.*j*-'sJ. *������i*iinuij    ^Sxjaxaaxcuttk jf  Dated this 12th day of June, 1912.  FOB SALE  MBS. ST.JEAN GIVES  Unconsciousness."    She says that the 1 WATER NOTICE    ?  modern unrest in every phase of lif^ is j We, The .Bedlington. and Nelson  due to the moral and intellectual Railway Cord pany of "Vancouver, B.  growth of the race and will result in a c** by occupation a railway company,  . ���������. ., . _ '���������������._��������� ������������������ ' ������������������������������������'1 "���������'������������������_'���������"��������� ! give notice that we intend on the 2_th  broadening of conditions and customs; Aav nf y^������ -^ y^^^ W^io-t   '������  to fit the needs of advanced humanity.  The W. C, T. U. is only one manifestation of the social struggle for better  conditions.    The women's movement  for suffrage and and equality of opportunity is another phase, and the  working  man's   demand,  for   better  terms, aii tending to the same end.  . China has shojvn what an old and  suppossedly worn out nation can do  and it has put the western world to  shame in some respects.   The emancipation of women there has been at a  stroke.   The unrest and agitation in  the labor world must continue while  one-sixth of human kind owns all the  wealth and the other five-sixths must  live and die in penury.    The world  has outgrown such a system and is  struggling toward a better one.    Women a few hundred years ago were  burned as witches.     Polygamy was  once tolerated and esteemed and within a much   shorter   term   of   years  drunkenness wasjquite customary and  not looked on as an ollfence.    Statesmen got drunk openly and ministers  of the gospel drank and retained their  pulpits.   Now Polygamy, is uu offence  against the criminal code and drunk-  oness has bocome a disgrp.ee and an  oifenco against tho moral code and the  liquor habit ia recognized as tbo greatest of social evils.  Tho W. O. T. U. is a part of tlio  world's groat movement for tho uplift  of humanity. Much progress has boon  made in sixty years, much moro will  ho accompolished in tho noxt twenty  years.  e������@&.@������s_-.&.&5.&������s.&&s&������������������s&-*s^  &*/_. m ma B     S" S      _*���������_-'   *S   S  I Trai-ofor  i imru anr������ i-p.p.__ ?_?;iqb8&  I! $     . 5 V-.-^SMi ���������     i-i-U-   _     M5SV5     S ******     VMaU-vV  &    * il class of TUTR-NOTJTS supnlied at short notice.   The latest styles of 1������  ���������K   CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack aoraes a ������  %                                                      Speciality. . ^  1   Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale ^  It   I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, aad meet all trains ||  W   at any hour of the day or night.   Commercial men and laadseekers, will f|  H                                           receive prompt attention                 .            " ^  ffi - g ���������     CZ?     _ii?!-^vr  ^-a_______aJ.i_������_     i iisaia m  I'.FI. O, ivicorc-tiLiij rruty s  Sirdar Avenue                                   .  Box 14 j|  A  & Phone 56  _-^__--*V-*        " . *m  Q  a ������&--!���������  ^*J%  Hfflirfi V gill BSfftfftlim a. ������^ifBF_  s  ss������������ei__'-__l_-_^ I -^%������_  -1W1 Oil tvBi ouess a riuduudre i a?  m  \\  W.C.T.U. Women Discuss  Live Questions  (Jon tin nod from I'li^o u  of Hinull shops and saloons throughout  thn Province.  In tlio twoning after Mayor Fintllay  gave a brief adriro'in ot wolcomo to tho  Twpnly-nlnth Annual Convention of  tho llritlsli Coluinbln VVoiikmi'h Christian Tmnporanco Union, tho dologatOH  and frii'iulu liHteni'd to n (iioh|, nblo  ....���������1.   ..t.....   \... ������\.. 1.. ...... 1,1.. ..������   tr,.,.  Most Dangerous Animal  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  income.      Apply owner % Review.  He didn't look any, different - than the  ordinary  every day man.   did he? ^^  To tell the truth he isn?t *n-:  in- this one particular.  J-l������-*-C_s-_���������-������������������*4.___.*_ ^-4_k*-A*- ���������  SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN -JOUTH-  WEST MININ'G REGULATIONS  COALi���������Coal mining rights may bo lenRcd  for twonty-ono yours, ruiiowablo atan annual  ruiitul 01 Si un uuro. Not, moro Hutu 2,CG0 ac-  ros can bn loiinixl to one applicant.. Royalty  flvo oonts por ton, In-unsiirvoyod torritovy  tlio tract must bo stalcod out by tlio appl!  oant In porson, anil poi'Honal application to  tho Af-ent or Hub-Agontof Dominion Lund  lor tho dlBtrlct, miiHt ln all ciihoh bo mado and  tho rontal for tho llrHt your miiHt bo pnld to  iho uiioiif, "within thirty diiyn aflor lllln'.*  application  QUART-i--A person olghtoon youi'H of ni*t  and ovor, huvliiK mado a discovery may locate a claim I.WM) foot by I.ROO. Vco, 9$. At  loash 9100 must bo oxpoiulod on tho oliilm  oaohyoaror paid to tho Mlnlnir Hoooi'der  Wlioi- *U500,0 has boon oxpondoil or paid and  othor ronulrflinentH compilod with, tlio oliilui  may bo piuchiii'od at, 01 an acre.  1'bACIflH MI NINO OI.AIMH arc COO fool  Ionn;und from 1,000 to 2,000 foot wldo. Kntvy  footjfi. Not loss than "MOO numt. ho o.\pendL>(j  indQVOlopomontwoi'Koaoh your,    ,  DRICPGINU.--Two loaHCH ol llvo mllon onoli  o nrlvormay liolmuiod toononpplleanl, foi  /1 tuvm ol 20 yoiiru, Hoiitul. KID u mllo por an.  UUri-.. Hoynlty, ������u lim-mint. nn>\v 11*,** oiUpu{  ox ooodo 910,000.  W. W.OOUY  Populy MliilNloi'ori.hoIntoilo  oponoiu, upon tnti muujoul ut "'worm  At the mooting of tho Women's Institute at Noloon last wook tho national  perplexing question of how to got rid of  hotifloflioH wan thoroughly dlflousaod anil  tho ladies hope shortly to start a movement that if taken up by tho citizens  Hhould do muoh toward ridding NuIhou  of tho post;. In this connection Mm.  Goorgo I_nntor and Mrs. H, E. Dill  woro appointed to request tho mann(*oi*s  of tho moving plotnro thentros horn to  obtain filmsilluHtratlog tho vast amount K^.,S-il;������l^������;^1.'_t  of harm whioh fcho InHignifiotint. fly win im ,,, ,::;,'., "��������� ;,' .. ,'^*vi*v'i������|i*'ii"!*|j;ii������''.ii;a|i-,i..,*i.i,'i  do.   Dr. Isabel Arthur, soorotary of tlio I   '" '' ;" a"'"'"'"'"'"  iimliUiiti, miitl u pupoi oiiiliiiiii ' iiinv to   I    ****-���������% | ?| _" 14 j* Vy    ^-v.     i\   jTi  Uotlti.l of  FHob." by Xfi-ank PurUor      4-^lr^V ,1W &    *^   %^V/*  Btookbriago.   In this artiolo Mr. stock- i I Wliolosulo  bridge points out by example aud Hiiiiin- j |  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A lellnbl- Frnncli retrulntor; nuvcr fnlls,, "Tiioso  pills are oxceodliiKly powoiful in roRulatunq' tlio  asnarntlvo portion of tlio (oinnln.nyutorn. iKefuu-  ntl clieap imltatlout*.  Dr. do Vuu's urofuokl nt  ��������� *..,.  ...1...4  -Tovihioiih,   I'rouuce,   i-run  , Oonoral I'liininlHMlon MoroltanlM  -IV  ������^vm������   ..   Ov.lUlAAJ'     W4   VA4V4   JrlAAA^AAV.   i,4|| iSfcliU&OlN  J1  15,   C.|  HE ALWAYS   KEEPS  HIS EYES  OPEN g^r  AND  GRASPS    OPPORTUNITY    BY   THEbC  FORELOCK WHEN SHE COMES HIS WAY.  Today opportunity is looking your way.  An investment   is  offered  to   you  which you  can't afford to overtook.  "Wl-iitf ic -if 174-Mi!  nclrMf's  Fort  aser  The coming commercial centre of interior British Columbia. '  Fort Fraser.is destined to be one of the greatest  cities of-a great province.  ZJbm-   Situated as {?he is~in  the centre of millions,   ol  ^J.acres of the richest kind of farm lands-  *gJJ[     With water powerv mineral  deposits and   iooo  -n^i miles of water  transportation at her door-  Fort Fraser is going to be a City of Thousands  Next year the Grand Trunk'Pacific, will enter 5&^  Fort Fraser from the east and from the west. ' S*3*  If you have a lot then what will it be worth. ���������'**%������  Many times the price w.a.ask today you'U.agree'*^J  Prices run from $200 up to-day, terms are the  lowest-#_o.oo down and $10.06 a mouth.  Easy enough for anyone, isn't it?  Look into this today.  3g Dominion Stock & Bond,Corp., 2gj  tim Limited Sr  Vancouver,, B. C.        "^  ������-R|Y_.tQr| Uallfiv 'invnstmont Pp. .������_:  -" ���������" ���������" -~ <"���������> *y       m ������-jhiw|      Mssw������������%������*'issiiO'iii.     WiMi 9  55  9  --irifi'ir-t   as^^  MIOIIIUI.^^  ���������'ij>'i>\>vi)i'.>vi)v\>.-������y,>vpi'uvi)y>ii\)_)y\j|^  flopntO for ilrDotonanrl fli.  ^K'-Qwmw   iui    -u! uvjriuii MIIU   Ml*  1  1  mmmmmmtmt  iWSiidwt'-.-Sf-'iW*'*  -v\^,ti ^^mmmimmmmmaa  ������������������i-iiiiniiVinii-rti  Hi '.' -'V,   ���������> V  r~     / ., -  S-rJ*Wi-  "���������,-Jfi'*-f"   ������������������.V'S;SplP������Kl  Vruu (_���������._,������  _V'~  T23E   CKESTUN  -    * sv������* ������r^j~ mw*   m *__._  _-*���������������   NC".������5  ���������'V/^RASfflH  i**_f "ei^'Sffi^sas  i  _4  tit  *_������  *_���������  _*  !  Ansmal   Fertilizers  ^ NOW IS TBE TIWTQ MAKE YOUR TPEBS /  ** "        ������������������     -  I Summer Praising and Thinning  | OKANAGAN said KENT County) Experience  *  B QX 42t reston -   Un^er Experts of *Sotb Sections ��������� %  *&.      ������, a** * JR*  *-������"���������������������������������������������: vttoVVSrvaBipvvviA-'arrow ww*-*--?*??  Big Preparations For  Dry Farming Congress  (Continued, from Page 1)  exhibitors at all fairs held in "Western  Canada, and at the previous dry-farming exhibitions and the land ehows.   He  is a rosiQOni: At-  ?._������V.V,,.'r1rrn    ������     0--A_^l<_r>  ������������������   -a   ��������� -w���������-wwm./   ww   ������������WVAJ.AJAAVA|. V,   *���������       WA������_lb.A*AAAIAA  by birth, and ia deeply interested in dry  farming. . He was for several years  secretary of ihe Lethbridge Board of  Trade, and as such collected and staged  the exhibits that won so many prizes  iaemi-ready Suits  r    st $15 an-$20'--- '"' '  \ *>g xxrg  _.���������*������ _4__  urday,- Juiy 18, - the following were  elected for trustees: Ashley Cooper  'years,"j.' Cooper _���������_*'*  ������".   w^.*   .v.   41/1     UUAW     ~  mosser  _________9_9  n  Sow Burns' FertlSIzers  g  As-d Reap .ioliars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  8_  i  _5_! nr  puriiid &? UO-  Limited  ���������UJK._-jD Jt Ul\  J_>.0.  I     i  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  *s* sjOKL _jt _t..silea���������ang.-jaiou:���������^sw������  JL- . ...       -'-... .,._.  ~~     AH xao yuCfcc.���������umif, **��������� p*~~- ,  A_c your Cim-ier ana *e_d *ot strls,.  fe������-t sua swBpie of"Bine's Own"   ���������o yeais and E. Butterfleld for one  Serge st $20. -Send dii-cttoSeml-rcady,  United, Mo-treai, for book entlUed  "'ai. J" tf you. cannot get It In town.  &sntA-r-roiii* Salinrtajl  G. Fred Johnston, Fetale. B. C. .  _���������-^-^MMMMM  NOTICE  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay  I  81  I  Electric Restorer for Men  PfesssisS-*"'������' restores every nerve in the*body  , **T*7~": " to its proper tension; restores  **i_*. and "ritaUs** p"������������������������������������������__ j���������~ ~^_ aii ---~.-i  weakness averted at*enee.v "-P^spi������M������4>_~wili  _!*_ -?r__a i-  **- " -       **"*       * * -  mako voaa a aaw man.      tp.   Mailed to any address.  VbeSootteUJOmy  Prica ^S a box. or two for  _ .           . ress.'  Oo.. St. 1J������tfc������i*i_eB. Oat*  J1   i- r.i'i'mI iTi 5 . ���������"     ii  V ���������  Take notice that I, Gay L-owenberg,  of Creston, B, O., cceupation, agent, ia  tends, to apply ior permission to purchase the following described lands;  Commencing   at a point on the  east  uuuuuiiajr   G&- iOu    erZuQ    SuOuti    20   Ohnluo  north from sta southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south .40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chains west 20 chains  north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing  120 acres  mnrfl nr lean,  Guy Lowenherg,  Dated May 10,1912. Applicant.  and snch praise at the dry-farming exhibitions at Billings, Spokane and Colo-  i , .-  rado Springs.   He is managing director  of the Lethbridge Exposition Board, and  has obarg-e of the Lethbridge fair, which  will be held August 19-24. He has spent  years in studying the exhibit business,  nd is well verssd in it from the st and-  pointot the spectator, the exhibitor and  the -manager. He is practical aud progressive,, and that the Exposition is oom-  plete for the opening.  From the number of applications for  space already received���������and spare i.  free to exhibitors���������Chairman McKicol  predicts the largest exposition of dry-  farmed products ever held on the American Continent. He will send premium  lists upon request by postcard to J. W.  McNicol, Chairman Exposition Committee, Box 3060, Lotfabridge; Alberta.  s s a   83  i  ffU li>i_*_r_liS-1  - _*H   _S_  S3       *������ HS-EKr _   ****    SSL       *"** ,tr ^SS____,    W  uar 5  ��������� f  '^"^,1   ti i,.3_Sid  ��������� -��������� -    ^--f 1,  r.������.   ^v ."j.  a m ^mf  r_-_r_f rsPFif  NEWS  year. A vote of thanks was given to  Mr. Butterfleld, the retiring secretary  for the conscientious way he had done  his work to which he responded in a  most modest and brief speech.  -it&uj i_ageri has -this season picked  200 crates of strawberries from one  half acre. Those intending to grow  strawberries would do well to follow  his methods. Tnere is money for the  man -who knows how.  The Misses Butteriie-d wenfc to Creston Sunday, returning to Duck Creek  S-onday.  Jack Quaife made a trip from Sirdar  in his motor boat to Bob Dixon's  ranch on Sunday, Johuny is going in  heavy on motor ��������� boats, being the  owner of three.  Mr. Davidson of Boswell was a  visitor at Duck Creek Saturday.  Butterfleld Bros. & Co. are building  something of a wonder in the shape of  a canoe which will shortly be launched  with great ceremony.  Paul Hagen is shipping his currants  and gooseberries to the Winnipeg Ex-  Tirn5ii-i<->n  V?. H.JOHf-SOW,   Propfiet-sr  I  ..������������������"_.._  .'.x'TV'-fgaa  7 M"jf������VSJtf|  *"w   4' *f_������.v*--J  R?  a   i  * THB   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  %  OOMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel  is  one  of the     1  UCOl  i__i_������vy ii  4,������-4  ���������������**������������������������>*��������������� I43I-*.  %JKf I* *xx.mm~-  m.        -^    . -  l.XX.%.  XT ������-.4-v������-_.-������-io .j^c  ������  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar_ supplied with only the best brand,  of goods.  Creston, B.C.  I  i  s  I  Most Dangerous .Animal  . (Continued* from page 4)  Somewhere in the neighborhood of a  billion flies were killed in the various'  campaigns in 1911, and filthy breeding  places were cleaned up that, if left alone  would have insured the propagation of  additional uncounted billions. It has  taken a surprisingly short time for the  public to grasp the idea that the fly is  the most dangerous wild animal of the  All      A.-U-������������������      ^.X.^.     -...-���������������.    ��������� rlfV.   fliaT,     fi     i  Al,        .M.^V ...J- A. ���������AAA.       ..Al."..     .-"-    XJ 4     V*  JL. excursion certainly had a good  time. The excellent way in which  things were handled would be accredit  to any order. May we live to see  many mors cf their excursions.  At the school meeting held on Sat-  KITCHENER NOTES  .19.  Ta. _!_  w  * _���������  ������ _���������  w  \\mYe  w  g> i l!____as-AliV  I I.I--iL-iii������.  B.B1 f LLU1 E.%1  ikf  ** k*  ml  \i)  A A*.  Wf  ih  ih  i\M-iUUyuU\s___WVA_^^  a^ySlff CHI I f if f ififliillSliil w^  !&\  ��������� \ a  _-A_  w  ^maxJ  IS  l-f_%i     Sr^l  Ml. fKlNTING  U WANT  J. Searson bridge superintendant was  iu Kitchener for a day.      '  B. Sneers and -T B"^������^ ������r������ ������t. n. n/eas-  at ���������~-���������  ��������� -   ��������� ���������m ���������   ~jr    ���������  - _���������'  ant day on the twelfth fishing up Goat  river.  A party of five from Calgary have gone  up Goat tiver for a mouths fishing.  Mrs. Olson has gone to Cranbrook for  a months holidays.  The Huckleberries we a good crop  aronud Kitchener.  David Hager of Cranbrook has arrived to succeed Mr. Piatt as* chief cook  fo .* the road gang,  ...  j_Jr, and Mrs. Burgess expect to .leave  in a few days for the coast.  u������������   ���������palm   nn   IT  ikwmwmmmwmm  to  to  to  n\  YAKK STEMS  North American continent. It has taken a still shorter time for this conception of tbe fly as au important factor in  the uatiouol death rate to translate itself iu to effective action.' Dr. L. O.  HovHard, chief of the bureau of eutoiuo-  logy of the United States department of  agriculture, directed investigations  which proved the affinity of the fiy with  filth���������that it prefers as its habitat an<l  nursery for its young the garbage can  or the dirty ^corner under the kitchen  sink.  mmmmmmmmtmmmm  4'swatters" and'poisons. Perhaps the  most effective anti-������ty campaign of ISll  was that ia Wilmington, K. O., conducted by Dr. Nesbitt, health officer. Dr.  Nesbitt began not merely a war on the  fly, but a general massacre. Carts  containing barrels of pyrolignecns acid  stationed at street corners, famished  bases of rperation for men armed with  sprinkling <eans, who disinfected the entire town four times. It was not long  before th_ typhoid fever cases begau to  dimish very perceptably,  A campaign was conducted in Worcester, Mass., iu 1911, when between Jane  22 and July 12 reu barrels of flies were  killed. Tha winner of the $100 prize, a  boy of 12 years, turned in 9S quarts-, approximately 1,219.000 flies, captured in  traps of his own construction. One boy  invented an elaborate trap that eieetso-*  cuted every fly approaching the bait.  Besides ridding the cty of 7 000,000 Sies  the coutest gave the city health department   a valuable key to the sections  . Dr. Howard proposed the name "typhoid fly, "a suggestion that aided much  in ftxlng the insect's proper status  Then Dr. Orumbir.e, secretary of the  Kansas state board of health, caipe.  along with his epigramatic in juncrion,  "Swat the fly."  - The Boy Scouts have done   much effective work in the States, using traps,  A/  im\i  w  ih  ih  ih  A)/  LLHEADS  *t)\  to  to  Mr. Rancher! Mr. Businessman!!  i? ��������� ���������'.���������.'. *  Advertise your business by having neat  m  to  Horsmau   Bros.,, tie   contractors of  Cranbrook intend soon to erect a large  tie camp near Yahk, where they will be  engaged much to the interest at Ynhk,  Joe Young who has been employed as  eook for the King Lbr., Co., for the laBt  year left on Monday last for a  visit to  his old friends in Montana. The boys all  regret   Joes absence and wish him a  speedy returr.  Miss Eva Tipper of GHen-iLily paid a  two days visit to Yahk theflist of the  week and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.  Harrison.1   Most of the boys   Beeined  ���������.-'...������ '���������    i     '. '       .'���������     , Yi ."'���������"*      ���������'  sorry tb see Eva return to the ranch.  The Lttdies of Yahk .-ire .taking up n  collection to buy an organ for ihe church  1 oxpeot all the trains will stop to hem  us play as they go by.  which required special attention from a  sanitary viewpoint.  All that is required ia initiative; there  is no obstacle in the way but indifference  The fly, almost alone among public eni-  ���������mies, has no friends, and the experience *of -3911 demonstrated- not only-that a  small prize will insnre the death of a  very large number of flies but that the  new patriotism which the work calls  torth i_ ia itself a sufficient stimulus.���������  Nelson News        * ,  '  A  hail!  __       b t^a rial ii  S~m\*   BSB BE S-5.B-9VBBB  Sadtiie^ansi  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   hi^h   class  Wo are sorry to hoar one of tho indies  who loft Yahk haB to ait up with a hnrni  loot had sho stayed hero uhe could huvt-  sonie ouo nicor thuu a burnt foot to sit  up with.  <___. '['���������  ������'^ Wilson paid us a visit last Suudn-.  9w\   Wo iill guvo him the glad band. Ho stih  woarB tho broad hat nnd heart and guts  lbhiug.v   ,  \h  \h  mm W  \h  \h  \*/  ih  \h  *_.-  ih  ���������*-V  ���������������.������.  to  mmitwmimMmamj*  Miuni$M������ i\m$ dDi Jni������ii������ii������i  ���������'llll/  XT\  A A  $>l������W  ti,As<ix,  m  to  m  to  to  _*_���������! mm**:*  _-������R^*^V_^-J_������-^-Ja-J^_A!i^-^A^%2_^ ������mm'^*iZ/t  ���������^���������������������������'^*<_ii'*4i^"^*#l*^"#IB^,#SB^ mmxm'        0*0-     ,**���������.,, ^  Sam Hiirrlsou is bu-k from Montuuu  Undo tium may bo alrixht but 1 tii-0  uotico a lot oi nis childi'on lilio to come  back.  Messrs Mno Don nil and Simpson who  havo ohurgo of tlio purvey p.uty Biirvoy-  Ing tho'Klng l.tiiiilHir Co. liniitfl near  Yahk expect to bo through in about,  -on days.  Prod Browell of Canyon City passed  through Yaltk onTuoHilaysoabt bound  tniin ou his way to lingina wlimii Im  UXpOOtlS tO   lllke    ill    till'     llil.rViir.ii,        llll  eays that thiiigH gut too hot for him  in Canyon I'lty nnd ho though**  Heglna would bn a g������������������l placo to  cool olV.  On at'Coiiiil. of Hcnreily  of logn tho  King Lumlief Company nilllrt at Yahk  V.'ftrcforced to '-luir dmvii nn mw. will,,  of their iiiill iiliout a wed: ago. Had  they hiiilii iint lo^'n t������������ U< < p built .tin], ,-  of the mill t/ointf the wlioli* Hennoii,-  tlio out u uultl havo been about tweu-  ������ .������   *.-������ Mil />,-.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit Co*  S. PoolC, Prop*  . -ME_fi__Mfi_?  EARLY    !8_|?!BC. ".IITION8    ANO  EXCE88ES  HAVE UNDER-  !^8f-������D YOUR SYSTEM  !  Tlio norvos control all actions of tho body bo that any*]  thfiipftluifcilobllitotoa thorn wiU.weal'cu all organs oil  Iho nymom. Early IndUcr������tion������ and Excvtsss bavoj  iHilnnd thousand- of pronilsini* you_g,mea. Unn&iunJli  Draiin Hap tlicir vlpror and vitality and thoy noverdovolop  to a iiropor condition of manhood. Thoy remain wsak-  jIiiks, moiitully, .physically and no-uully. How you tmmlt I  Arc you nervous nnd weak, despondent and gloomy,!  Hpe-l-'i-.foro'llio-yca with dark circles under them,!  woulc l>ui;lf, ldilnoys irrltablo, palpitation ot the heart, I  bashful, ilobilltatlue dreams, Bedlmenfc tnurino, pimples I  on tho face, oyos Bunken, hollow choolcs, careworn fl*-l  rirnsHloii, poor memory, llfcloss, distrustful, laokenerjry I  iinilsti-tiKtl), tired mornings, ir-stlo88 nights, okanft*-]  ablo inooda, prematura decay, bono pains, hair loose, sto,  This U tho condition our Nov* Mtthod Troatmsnt Is  CUAKANItifc.-* IO CU^ti.  Wo havo treated Dlscanes of Men for almdsfc a lit*-]  tlmo nud <Jo  not  havo to experiment.  Consult u������(  FREE OF CHARGE  and wo will tell you whether you ore curable or not ]  W_ -waratiUo curabl* cmh of _  NERVOUS DEBILITV, VAIUCOSE VWNJ*, UiXtOui  AND  SKIN   DI3EA3E9,  GLEET.  BLADDER  URINAftY AND KIDNliY COMPLAINTS  Tno RooW--* ��������������������������� niuitiM of Men.  If uoobU ta call J  wulu ior  Wonderful Nervous Syslem  QUESTION M^T FOR HOME TREATMENT  iDBsKENNEDY&KrNNEDK  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St..   Detroit, Mich.  IMgHMOTICE  ssy^^^   f" ""* "'-" '|'1***"1  All lettcro froth Canada muBt be addreMed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depurt-  jujI ���������&?-���������r^r-      y ���������,- ���������-.���������.,,,���������������- ���������   -iKMitin Wlndflor, Ont.*   If you desir* to  \% bcc ufl peroonnliy cuii nt our I\Ic.lic_l l44..illuLc. iu D-Uoit .-tr; v.t r������i r.nd ���������r****^  8 no BAlienta in our Wiudsor oiYtcca which arc foi  Cuiiccponacnca ami  Laboratory   for Cuiadlau bu.-,inc-_ only.   Addrer-3 nil lettera an follows:  ORS. KENNEDY & KtNWEDY. Windsor, Ont.  Writ* for our prlvftto mldroas. ..       '     _  ~ ���������MMMHMW  v  jy-i  '^  '���������,i-,  ��������� 'm  * il  '. 'j THE    CRESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTON,    B. C.  B������__kJ-BL--*_._"  l-lPf-lEa-  tr* a f&trt  g B _ca  ^| ess a a.  COULD     NOT    STAND  TURN       IN       BED  OR     EVEN  - LEGS  CREATLY  SWOLLEN  All  Doctor's    Medicine    i-aiied���������Cure  Effer-tfiH     hv  Use nf  M. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Again this great medicine has triumphed over kidney disease of a severe type. Fi-om a bed of suffering  and helplessness Mrs. Walsh was restored to health and strength by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Kidney pains in the back tortured  her. Dropsical swellings had set in  end she had no reason to hope for  Dure, since the doctor's medicine failed to even relieve her. Read what  the husband says about this remarkable  cure.  Mr. Tims. D. Walsh, Pictou. N.S.,  writes:���������"Two years ago my wife  took to her bed after s*ufTering for a  long time from kidney pains in the  back. She "was not able to stand on  her fe?*., or even turn herself iu bed.  The doctor's medicine was no benefit  ���������whatever, that we could see. Sometimes her legs would swell considerably. Reading about a woman iu  similar condition being cured by Dr.  Chase"s Kidney-Liver Pilis? we purchased tw;p. boxes and when those  -were used she was able to sit up.  With three more boxes she was restored to health and doisg hor o vv_  housework.  "As  for  myself I also  found  these  pills  all  that is ��������� claimed for them. I  ���������give this  statement    in     order  others may oiYaii-    the    33.5_3    cciss  from suffering as *tha.t ������xperieueed by i ..       ... . -    .     ���������        ,  my wife and mvself." liie =-_Iu aas not_ begun {o shrivel aiid i  One pill tix dose" 25c. a box. at all j ^rk?".   ' Raw starch ��������� may ��������� be singu-j  dealers   or   Edra.an.son,   Bates   &.   Go.,   '-arly irritatiup to the alimentary tract j  Tho Undervalued  SsnaRQ  Tbe dictum tnat rruit suouia oe eaten in then* season, huus les iimitHtions  as regards variety iu the tempeiate  zones at certain periods of the year,  -here is, hov/evet, one fruit wnich is  rcaauy availame fresh m American  uiaikets at practically all seasons, although Jt grows best from November  to April in its tropical or semi-tropical home. It is unfortunate'that-an  article of diet which meets certain nutritive requirements so weir and is so  easily obtained at reasonable cost as  the bauana should be the subject of  much misunderstanding among both  physicians and laymen. For despite  the fact that over 40.000.000 bunches  are reported to have been brought to  the United States last year, it. is popularly stated in many quarters that  the banana is difficult of digestion and  may give rise to alimentary distress.  A closer consideration of the composition of the banana may serve to  elucidate the situation. The fruit is  brought to our Northern markets  green, and is ripened by artiScial heat.  This process canvbe hastened or delayed within certain limits, according  to the momentary demands of'the-retail'..trade. The color of the peel  gives evidence pt the degree of ripen  liess. The green bauana contains in  the part exclusive of tho skin about  1-5 per cent, of protein and 20 to 25-  per cent, of carbohydrate, almost' entirely'starch.. In the ripe banana,  with yellow-brown peel, the edible  part contains somewhat less (16 ' to  19* per cent) of carbohydrate; v but  that which remains is now almost entirely ia the form of soluble sugar;  the green, one-fifth starch. Most.of  the remainder of the edible pulp is  water. Intermediate degrees of ripeness, present inarch..and.- sugar, in reciprocal 'proportion's, varying between  the limit,   sor above.  Christianity and CHcket  ducket is peculiarly a Chrlstiarf  game. No pagan nation has played  It So a Melbourne paper is rebuking a couple of church clubs for coming to blows at the conclusion of a7  m-itch. The Baptists started the  trouble by offensive "barraking,"  which the Presbyterians indignantly  resented. Words led to blows, much  to the surprise of the spectators?'who?  came to see cricket, not fighting;. This;  Is very sad.*> We thought football;  had.-a' monopoly of that -ori; of-thi_g?  Happily the Australian and the South  AfriCan teams are not members? pf  the ecclesiastical clubs, so that?their_i  is ho reason to fear that the "triangi  ular tournament" will be marred?by)  fiit'icnffs.���������London Chronicle.  Just a Starter  In order to impress upon :his congregation the length of eternity, a  colored preacher used the following.  Illustration:  If a sparrow, brethren, should take  a drop of water from the Atlantic  Ocean at Coney-Island, and;with;this  drop of water in his beak should hob  a hop a day until it reached the Pa?  cjfic Qse^n. at .*?aJi ������ia\>c*seo, and  when it "got 'this done should t*rrhY  about and hop a hop a day all the  way back 'to ���������'Coney Island, and  keep on doing this very  same thing?', until-, it, had. . carried;  the w'-ole Atlantic Ocean over into  the Pacific, it would then only be  early t ioruiug in eternity.���������^Everybody's Magazine? Y  Inasmuch as bananas are commonly i  7hatt eatxa  uncooked,   it  is    obvious    that j  ! .more or less  raw  stare*,   will  he. 'j-*t-i  1 ~e-ved  if the  fruit is. urn  ripe, i.e..  if I "in  Not a Somnambulist  What do you mean by laying hands  on this young man? asked the police-  *. Hi tA.ii.  Why, replied, jur.  i clothe;.���������  That's all right  t uuief.  in his s)ee������.���������  Corutessel,���������. thoiu''  He's a Marathon;  fpmis&g^i.r3������m&uviT&xm?m  y/ssp.iu&r-'r tun   .   JU  'Ks.,*i������*3mirjrjz*~m,t* _  f ��������� sr.������  jtfWSK ww H5 fi?m^_s, _gp  * SH***'* wi   ������*   -  fvgw^a^i _������ i   u%j  4     JDON'T BAKE���������BAKE���������BAKE IN TIIE HARD  OLD FASHIONED WAY   ..    -  It shortens j'our life, spoils.your temper and ruins your looks.  Try the now way���������tho ftfiOOWEY way.  No spoiled baking.   No overheated kitchens. Lots of leisure in the home.  tin ^-^���������"���������a ni to*%jr\ _������������������������   'm������_>4^i ii^A-d-. _      i ....  .v.-ww a".*-., .   ������=s   rascs^-^a sea are so fresh, so crisp, so appetizing that  they are largely taking- tho place of home baking with thousands* of Western  pooplo.   A_k for  9mm  ^BB������ ^aJT  BMP' _ff~-l       OOP IB ***** ^B^'^BPr S      ������     ^������?  Efr-ijfBj  in air tight, dust proof and'darnp proof packages  ������������������or in sealed tins if you prefer them.  Made in tho Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  .*.*    '--^W     U -lis- ������������������*--��������� .���������������-������������������    ���������  Washington Star.  Ximlted,   Toronto.  Better   Mzzt   Nowadays   "*"������������������  ;den.   Armour  defending   peeking house methods  at    luncheon    in  On  of maii and is at best  poorly-utilized |  whether it be ingested in the form of  uncooked  potatoes, chesr-nut.'s, b'auan-1  as or other native- starchy foods.    No"i  one wouk  vise- the' use oi uncooked  jrotatoes:   yet many people eschew'a  xi7^ ^t- i-u^-i    a    -u . . thot'r.r.al-.iy' ripe bauana ir. tha belief  :l?J^ th&J:ks t(.������������������e Packers, more   {liat  the  wholesome  fruit is  "rotte-f  "wholesome   meat   than   we   fcm^rlvf  -id  ���������'���������'���������ti ��������� -Old-.-S-avv '-"       '?-^???  ' Tramp���������-You know the say in', muni;  He that gif.eth to the poor iend<ith to.  the  Lord. '.-J..  Mw. Subbubs���������iVorj* true. , Aiid  since you speak in proverbs, I'll refer  you to another old saw. Y  ���������Tramp���������Whi_h  oue  id. dat,  tnurAA"?  Mrs. S.���������-The one back in the wood-  Scotland's Songs  The great man had come at last,  auu all the-'..youngsters were on ihe  alert, cudgelling their little brams to  i'viiiem' et* the answers to aii the  QU&-Uoiis' likely to be asked them by  Aiis lu.ijc-svy's iimiiector.  Y lie had gone the round of almost  the entire school, aud the staii\ of  overworked teachers ielt proud oi the  'smartness  and  intelligence displayed  by   t'l_'l'  iinnlls 'Tr   ivio  >..-.r.r   ������;,���������   <,,,.n  My father used to teil about a, sv_ereas  ���������farm-boy who. ence called ar. a house?  when   the  skin     becomes    darkened. \ s'^d.  eager'.?*" eat the yellow-;  '    -Lf.  "-t>.  A3. _ ^  the  ton.      Then, a day or two later,  boy called again.  You'll, have to    countermand    that  mutton order, ma'am, he said.  Yes.       Why so?  The sheep's. improviu*. said tue boy.  Mihard's  Liniment  Cures  Diphtheria.  Cadiz, the "white city" of Spain, has  fa centenary celebration this year,  commemorating the adoption of a liberal constitution by the Cortes and  the raising of the French siege in 1812  toy the Duke of Wellington. once  one of the greatest ports of the world,  Cadiz is still a most picturesmie city,  and is said to extend a warm welcome  to American tourists.  green -tarch-b-?a"C!?tS fruit at a stage  or in.eo__p:ere rfpeat-ss.  i isif. k w    tin 1?n   D?Ani _*  i ss? Si ������������������; rs 5 sr siss       B-������������������i������ir,B ������������  ?? amliX&Xm,    4    ������_4'___*������-       - & .-L**4Jf������,��������� X43-a:  Whooping     c.-_ga.     which    Asome  iu<Y_ers think caa he cured b_ taking children, near _;a_woyjcs or  through  a  tunnel, is  the subject" of  Are Usually tde Victims of fale,  Watery tsiooa  Anaemia is the medieal  term   for  more quaint superstitions than, ai- j poor or watery blood. It may arise  most any other disease. In North-' from a variety of caiTaes,: such as  amptonshire it is believed'* that' if'a flack of exercise, hard-study, itnprcs-  -* "Clear Stomach, Clear Mind:���������The  ���������stomach is the workshop of the vital  functions and when it gets out of order the whole system clogs in sympathy. The spirits flag, the mind  droops and work becomes impossible.  Tbe first care shouhS be to restore  .healthful action of the stomach and  the be_t preparation for that purpose  ia Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills. General  wse for years has won them a loading placgln medicine. A trial will  ^.test th.ir value.'  , ''-V-Wvau;*' ���������   rr��������� ] -"-*���������      ""-V  '-*- ������| Woman  Hair Lace. ^ |  They are making lace from human  ���������hair now. It 1b not for trimming dresses with,, but is used for tho parting  ������1 wigB. H la made by hand and the  5"ktto/i;s are held by a solution of wax,  'Otherwise they would unravel. Whon  IhlB lace is UBed it takes an almost  UmloroBCoplc examination to detect the  ���������*wltJ Mb not natural.  small quantity of hair is cut'.from the  nape of th<-> sick child, rolled in a  piece cf meat, and given to a dag, the  whooping cough will be transferred to  the animal. In Cornwall the child is  fed with bread ana butter which has  ucru passed tur&s: tinics under the  belly of a piebald horse. In Lan-  casnirt they stir, tell you that whoop-  iug cough will never attack a chiM  that has ridden? on a bear?  According to a new Swedish system of making use of peat, the material   is  powdered finely a-cid  blown  perly ventilated rooms or workshops,  imperfect assimilation b_" food, etc.  The chief symptoms' are" e_rttreme pallor of the fp.ee, lips and gums; rapid  breathing: and palpitation of the'-heart-  ar&tr Kiigiit exeriion; head'aches> dizziness, som^tfroes fainting _p_Ils' and a  tendency to hysterics, swelling-of the  feet and liaibs, a feeling of cesstant  tiredness and a distaste for food- Dr.  Williams' Pink Pilfs are ,aY certain  cure for anaemia; because" they tHake  new. rich blo_d, wMcfi sHmulktes, and  strengthens   every   organ   and   every  ������ WI*__s You Buy Match������  into the furnace bv a fan blast, and I Part of th. body.    ..Thp following: is  the  dust  is  consumed  while- in   sus- f^ne am*ong thousatias of _ase_ "d-"t_sf3  pension-      The advantages    of    this  method Js that the degree of lifeat may  be easily and  qufckly    adiustred    by  regulating the amount of peat powder  delivered Into tlie^ interior of 'rfice ftir-  nace.      This system is said to repre-  8Q������it  r.  greater efficiency than* heretofore  experienced  fn the  atilTzatfon,  of peat for fuel, three parts of peat  representing tho same amount of en-*  ergy as two of'coaf.     In thl8 shape it-  is also economical', as    there    Is    no-  fuel burned except whore the po*wcrj'  Is  needed. j  ���������   III ��������� ! -_*      ���������     ���������   M   I H   ,    1   I ���������   ^H__^ J  of the last and brightest class 'ia the  School, who answered all questions  with unfailing rcidiuess. As a last  poser Liit* great oue iisked mom to  name sonxe or" Scotland's most tamous  songs. Quick as lightning tha head  boy answered with "Ye Banks and  Braes." then came a somewhat lengthy  pause, .MI. the staST looked anxious.  ,Come, come! Surely you know another one.- What! Not know that  one with a world-wide reputation? encouraged -their questioner,, thinking of  "Aula Lang Syne."  Straightway, to every_u_e's surprise  the dull one at the back- of the class  sho,t up his hand-  Well, what is it? queried! the tormentor:.  In proudly important tones came  with a?'roar:  'Stop Your Tickling Jock."  They have a true  .afety  head,   with   silent    tip.     Will  never  explode  if  Stepped   oo.  Eddy's  Matches  havs satisfied  Cas_=  adlans stnss l*?51���������-aces*;* ne cthsra?  E-xB. Eddy 0@rnp3.iy, Hull, Oan-'  uea  INSIST\ON   GETTING "EDDY'S  IT  Wasliboards, \ Wood  Pails  and   Tubs,  .Fibre \pails and  Tubs.  , Ax.  tiC--  .Phonograph     Rocorda  ^fho Tamlly in the next Hat to ours  has a phonograph.  Havo they any good records?  Yes-;  they havo one record for six  lmvorf. continuous playing, and another  ot ������ix bourn and  20 minutes, almost  f-orjtlin.oiiH.���������WaBbingr.011 Herald.  As Old asc the World -  Cherrlea,, which axe heginni_i_r;, toi  appear In the market, -were ilrst cuJi-i  tivated in England about a century:  before Christ, bi_t the best modern,  species of fruit, were Introduced: Into*  Kent from, PlaiOTers about the uei_iu*--  ning of the- 16v.h century. Qiic ofi  the very flrct cherry orcbarrta was  that at Teynhnra.    near    Pav.rshatn,  serious troubl*. cured" by the use of  Dr. Williams Pink FflTsv Mfss Geoirg--  ina Rayfond, St'. Jerome; Que., .says*:  "About a* year ago* my ftealth began  to give out. T suffered from headf-  aehes, heirrt palpitation', dizziness and"  appeared to be threatened 'With a:  general' breakdovrn-. I wag- at th'fs*  time employed' ih the* famiTy of adoc1-  tor, who seeing my con dl'tibTc,. gave me  medicine. r took- tH1sr faithfully far-  some time, hut witr. no Derfefft.* and'T  grew much** dlscoura-ged. Then a  friend advised' mo to try DV; Williams^  Pink Pills; saying that she had found  a cure through them- in* si'miTar con-  dltfons. iTtooK her ad'vfce, got a supply of tho pill's and' tooBr them regularly l\ir some* tihre. Gradually I  became strong and" iir the course of  a month or so I was again., enjoying-  the best of health, and'have'not since  had the least return- of the old symptoms. I can heartily reeommeu i "Dr.  Williams" Pink Pills to all weak giils.  t3oId bv .til medT-ihe d'ealers 4������,t GO*'  cents a box or- six boxes* ^or $2 Rf. or  ' Through indiscretion In eating-green  fruit  in -suturner _aai_y   ehildrets  become subjeoc to cholera- morbus caused     by     irritating   acids     that     act-  violently on the lining    of    the    !_*-  testiaes.    Pains, and  da!ag;erou_- i^i_*s-  ings   ensue  and the   delicate   system  of tins- chiid  sraiTers uncwr- the- dr������i__c.  In sucL cases the safest and surest  medirefue is Dr:-J. D. Kelfogg's Dyesn-  tery Cordial.      It will cSeck the rn-  flamnK_tion and! save the* child's UFa,  .* Waif  By gully. I call this rubtfitog It in.  How now?  1 sent this magazine two-uoems and!  they seat me bffflslt. three:  Canatfa bus more thjan one thoiu  ; sand, two hund^*3fdl, newspapers, of:  ! which  _ite-tenth are dailies.  'Mlnart-'ib- Liniment Cures. Dlalemper..  My Name ts> Chester  T&e Princ������ of Wales' Paris incognito- reminds, a correspondent of .Loudon Opinion, that the late King Edward, who albo, used -_ be the ��������� Sari  of. Olv&ster w&sn at Biarritz, was. once  walking to the hotel when an  American accosted him. Excuse me,  sir, said the man, iu the drawling, nasal accent of _Jxe WenU.*- Prairies,  but are, you ������*.e King of England? My  name Is Chesten-, the Kiij������, answered,  with his. geuiai smile. " Confound it-  Then you've.lost me a ten'dollars bet,,  said the* American, and snapping the  king jocosely on the shoulder he walked   awaar.  Botany v. Mercury  restoration  to health  and  vigor In  Eclsctise Betsaic Treat-ucut  i *n.a������  The ,v,*eak. irwi'vous and debilitated ars  made strong1 and robust by Botanlo  Treatment. Skirt and blood diseases,  syphUls, lost vitality, emissions and gen-  tto-urinary     compTaints,     chronic     and  ������**-���������*������ ���������*^'**j^p-*-i ������������������       **?"*i'������-������"-,������~      n.+     yn/iAf   n m* ^     n'nmoft  vield' to Botanic Treatment wBen all  'oi-her means have failed. Our prepara-  'tions were given t&e gold medal as hlBh-  -^������* owayfl o^ th������- J^te^^������tlon*-ll, i**.xhn>f-  -.fonu in Brussels"io6StixJ6i{&an ISlC*. Paris  ,1911. Consultation- free, personal or by  ; Wter.       Open   10���������8.30.  The Eclectine Botanic Ressedfy Co.  ^"3-^65   VOrta.   Sti*_5*:,   Toronto.  The S3_arch foe a, cotton' _ntbstltuta'  ', has ��������� bfeHii. going mni in Europe for a*  1 long tio_e. and many exp.crlments,  ! have heen mad.1 with the conimon  .nettle, which bars been a.   ijproriiisln>r,,  plant oonaccoun-of the strength of its  ���������flber ami Its  ready growth" wild  uni-  der the? most dlkcoui-aglng -cuialtions^,  'with, a. Ihrce yihld an, aore'.  from which rmicti of Kent was- after-i  wards   supplied^ and   tho "Gardem oft qnnt by mflil", pobt paid,, by The Rrr.  England" stilt maintains' lt������   supro-| Wflllairf*' Medicine* Co.  miicy. the- chief orchards beib*g itlonjc;  /.  The Difference  ran any Uttlo boy, asked the new  -cnchor, toll- mo the difference be-  ttwtwn a \'a\u> and an ocean.  1 can.  n'plied Edward,  whose  wis-  ������_om  bad   tx-en   learned   from   oxper-  Kprtce.      Lakes  aro   much   pleasanter  ilo Hwallow when you fall in.  , _  .     ,��������� ��������� ���������  .Professor Mabaffy was once examining a man who had put. himself down  a?"-rfn aguoMllc on /-nteHng college. He  ���������wna having a hard tlmo ut  Mahaffy's  ihe KoiiM'mIh borders of tho Tlmmes,  the Darerct and the Mod-way.. Busino,  Venetian Ambassador at thw Court of  James I-, rclatos that It wna i*������ favorite amuHcment in tho Kentlal* garden to try who could eat the most  cherrlea. ar.d gives, dotatrs of one  match wherein a young woman won  with 20 pounds at a sitting.  Royal lottor writers may expect  that, In tho vicissitudes of the centuries, thoir popularity, will como to  tho   tent  of   that   democratic   Impln-  At the closo of every- whiter wlieu  the ico from Lull- Ladoga fa floatin**:  down the Nova, tho wooden bridge  across the river which abuts on tlVo  Winter Palace. St. PnterHuiu-**-, ta  swung round, In* order to ������>nable ijio  ice to pass unimpeded. Tho operation  was partially nccompltshod at dawn,  not long since, when tho cablos tron-  noctod' with the bank snapped in a  gust of wind- Tho bridge bfigan to  drift bodily down tfto Neva, and four  tugs fn tho fmmedlato vicinity woro  unable to roBtraln lt. Alarm ������lrons  woro RonndAd and nearly a scor_ moro  t.ngrt camo to tha roHutu). Thay JiihI.  Hucnendcd ir, averting a cataHtronhn.  Tho ntructuro, with |to living freight  of 150 worlcmon, wub within rto yards  of the stone Nicholns bridge bei'oro.*_t  waa got. under control.  Like- a- Grip at the THro������_. For a.  dlseatw that lit', not classed as fattal  there lis proba_ly none wbcich causes  moro (terrible Buffering thu.n asthma.  Sleep ih- Impossible, the sufferer become-! exhausted und finally, thotiwh  the attack passoB,. fft left in uuut_������_-  ing firead off Its return. Dr. J., I).  Kellogg's Asthma Itomody is a wonderful curatiiVG agent. lo ImuiedUjto-  lf- rwlievoH tho restricted air pa-ivjgos  as Uhousani-iB can testify-. It is, sold  by- dotiloror everywhere.  MiBn������tmed  A tourist, who recently returned  from a. trip thrcj-gh the Southern  States, relates this cotrrersatlon.  which ������������ oyerheasd between a farmer's wife and a negro alleged to be  lookine.- for work::  Be tftere' anv -work around here,  misBua?: asked tho.- applicant.  Well., we do  nsied  a man,  replied  ������������������tho woman;     Do yon ���������want, work?  Yeseumi  WelE I'm looklnr: for a man to doi  the odi*' jobs around the houue, always;  be oolite, willing it." work, and never"  be in__mdCnt.  Did vou tav yo_> was looking for an.  Jhired man. misatiu a--*ked tfle negro*  Yos-.yfhv do votsiaBk?  Well, it 'oears to me t_rat a hired'  fman Isn't what vou- want..    You want  a husband.      ���������  _  Ithi? f ai nvuTh> iiaTCi  jjj _.**__   l*������I__J������f4������l.lJr_.    AA.V-.!_������-  ,    715 mm ST.- V/INNirEG  [i A few doors, south of C.P.R. Depot  i       Ratea $1.50 to $2.00. per day  Cuisine ,unexcelledi  j Hot and caici. water In evest***- room  OUR   BUSINESS   MEN'S   LUNCH  FUHJL. COUftSES 35c.  .rARHNGTON .CHAiXJ-NGE  onFrcoib^\-H._  tWiMllM-ltlUr  /  :_*_!____  KIDNE  k-Pf'L-LS?'  Family Spats  T tnlirlit Imvo married a millionaire,  declaroil Kveiywoniiin. Uno ot m-,  >ld Kt'lioolinaloH Ih now one.  And several or your schoolmuton  aro working right In this town for $10  a week, retorted Everyman, whllo ono  of thism lis In Jail. I guofls In marrying u chap getting $1,51)1) a your  your avi'riigi' Ih fairly good.  And ihon Kvorybody sol un a bowl  and thoy had to Htop 'iii.inollng to  ���������iii..������iii   Im  iil.n.-   l-Illiibul-gh  Po.'lt.  t'\%���������-"*���������������������<!ht s 'ofstncti^y  Tlio valuo of en ii nod phionpplo������  lihljipoil from tin wan iIiiiihk tin* llhcal  yoar of liM 1 iiirumnttwl to two million  i.ili.u ii.  A Kliidly Parent  Dad, flald a Toronto kid to his fnthor  tho other night, I want to go to tho  show tonight.  A show at night In no place for n  kid llko you.     You should bo at. homo  In bod.  Hut I  peddled  bllla and  havo two  tlckntfi, Bald tho kid, nt* ho began to  Hlllfflo.  All right then, annworod dad, T will  go with yon to hoc that you don't Rot  Into trouble  pools ion RiiHunndod���������Palher. our  iliniifnun'   Ih  hoiiiK  ciuiji U.u  by   U  |/u,i.  Tho gro.i*. trouble with Iho mi-n  who got to tho front Ih that Ihoy IVd  ho big wo can't, noo over thoir hoadn.  Settled by a Wldbw  A buxom and wlnnomio widow* dncld-  ���������oU to eontliui*i her lato hunband'o  buainoBa (wholotiiilo moat purveyor)������  nnd appointed IiIh coivfldontlal! and ro-  * liable man, ono John Jinx, as ho  manager. John, though i_a astute  and olovor buulnei-m man, could nolth-  cr road nor write. Tho widow partly  nnrod'hlm of the latter dofoct by  touching hfm lo wrlto, "Settled, John  Jinx," when Klvlng a rocoipt fror ac*  counta pttiti l������ h������>'>  Tho hiiHlncHH Improved and profl*  yiorod, i������h HknvvlHO did tho amatory  foolingn between tho widow and .John,  tho later friiltffylng in a proposal1  and accoptanco of mnrrlago. Attor  tho uuual prollmiiiarlos tho coromony  took place, follov/cd by an adjourn-  inont to tho vnntry to complcto tho lo-  gil formalltlon.  Tho htiuoHHiiry pnrtlcularft woro  duly ontorod In tho marriage roglBior  and happy John, Homowhat bluohing,  tool, non Iii liiiiiil iiiul >d-ail> .i,r.(l ur.  inlHluiiiibly wrolo an hla nlgnnhiro in  tho voKlHtcr: "Rottlcd, John Jinx."���������-  T!t-TlHfl.  One of the richest countries in tho  world Is that part of the Malay peninsula known as tho fc'ederal-d States.  Theao province- arc etfll under the  rul'e of their native chiefs or sultana,  though thoy aro uata!_t_d by a British  advlfior. Tho tin' mine* of thoaw Bmall'  StateH arc more valuable than most  gold mines, fbr thoy produce- nearly  half- the world'e supply of- tin, and  tho result Is an overflowing treasury  for tho States. Vast forests of rubber troos are aluo proving ������xtronuely  profitable.  Th ui.'Arlington',Co.' iii Cnhadii, Lid,  . !>tl I'rAiri   Avr,, Toiun'lii, l)iil^iiii'/'  DR. ELLIOTT, S^BClAl-lj-T. PFU-  vato disease- and drink habit.  Write 81 Queon East, Toronto.  ~rry,  w. n. u- wr  MrH. .Il������il> liny���������t,*������lii>ii; uvi i;.a.i.u  ������i,a.a;  d  yim    ui-'- ii ���������  J,    Mr. J.- I oftiinot toll it Ilo; I've boon  [nt my olih'o.  ��������� I     ������i������ri,    i   -I'lmt'M  whom wo differ.  I  | can loll a He���������when 1 hour ono.  Ul      I illll,     IH',      ,l,,JA,.v  ,  ������'ll      l-l...      1  HOW'S THIS?  vr������ ofcor Ono HunA-'od Dollars It-ward  foi- nny r-MHG of Catarrh that cannot bo  ������ur������il by Hall's Catarrh Curp.  P.  J.  CHRNMV* & CO,', Tofflrto, O.  Wo tho undorHltfnod havo known I'V  4. Cboruiy for tho lout IB yearn and bo-  Movo hlin porfoctly houorauln In all bunl-  jiohh tvanNnnttonif. and flnnnolnlly ablo to  ���������<nrt"v out nnv obllBiitloiiH mado by hla  firm.  Wuli-liiB,  Ktnnnn  As "Marvin.  ���������Wholvnolo   r>r���������K'i*l*it*i.    Tolodo.   O,  llttll'M Catiuiii Curo. in tnkou luturnui-  ly, <Hot>n*r dlr-o'ly upon tho blood and  rnucour* uurfaooH of tlie .nyHloin. Tom-  tiniiiiiiiilH H_nt Croc Prloo 7Cu. por hot.  tie.     UoW iiy mil DmigRriAtH.  T/ilce _lttU'a Family I'llla for Conntl-  pitUon.  WAIMTpOi;  lUllway Agents. Telegraphers and  Clerks Iu great demand throughout  Nooeth Wo_t, Six monthit will <jual*  ity you. Day and Mall courses.  Positions neenrod. Pron Hook 10 ox������  plains. Dominion School Tele**  graphy. Toronto-  YOU   WESTERN   MERCHANT  should curry a stock of tho Wondor  Ply Killer, a Uttlo devlco of soamleaa  metal, unloakablo, and tho suro exterminator of ovory kind of fly and  moflquito. Hetailu at lCc. uuuuitt.!  u_ciit, Joticph TI. WJloon, 20-1 Stair  Huildin*-*, Toronto, or Nicholson A  Daln In Alberta, and Encott & Harmbr  for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  A Question of Title  After an othor Honson. said Farmor  CnrntosHol. 1 guess we'll havo a chef.  What's a chef? naked bin wife.  A Choi Ih h iiiuii wnh a big onough  vocabulary to givo the soup a dllter*  out mini- <������v*-ry day.  mmmmmmwmm  Not no fiinl. Iiivostlgiito brut, nm)  fliul out whether ho works for a mag-  a/.liio or for a broultfant-food factory.  ���������WuDlilimioii muuiii-  PJoir.o   r*apl;iin   of   company   (Jn  brimriuo tonon)    Innnootiniv    private's  Whtn Your Eyet Nidd Cars  Try If urlae Itym n������m������JT*/. Nn P������t>_rtliiir���������FnoUi  Fine-.Aotfi QutoUl*/. Vry iv Sor lUrt, We������fe  WM������ry -Ry**- ������nA Omriuli*.t������rt Byallrt-i. iu������������  t-r_ted Book In ������tMih P������ak-n>, Mtirlno *���������*  ���������xi.-nponnil'i'l hy onr fV������*-ll������ia--������iiil _ ������l>iit*nl, U-b  lnina"~,|,iir. nn������ii hi niUMHuwfiil l*liiiailtil������ii������'Vnut*  Uo* ���������for mmtir ���������������*���������'���������.. miw kimiiuhiaki mi in* i-nic  MurlM Ur* 8������Tr������1B 4*.������ai������tfo *.ub������������,iafe *i*4 t*%  Murln* Hy* -Ftomttdy Co^ Chio������K<������  WRITEJ^pft  OHDICII-fl  | kit: Havo you biittotiH on all artlcloBY l a  '*���������������������_*������*��������� n a****  j 11 vim;���������iit,������,  nu. | v "..* rr "^  Tierco Captain���������What   nrtlole   hns  no buttons on?  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IMPRESSIVE SPEECH IN LONDON
Before a Large Gathering of Ihe Royal  Colonial Ir-siilute,
the Premier Defines Canadg_s/Position on Questions
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Ottawa Party Going    After
Find���Not  Prospect       ��� ,�� FARMERS PLAN TO SECURE CON
Ottawa, Ont.~Auother Ottawa    ex-     TROL OF ELEVATOR SITUATION
pedition will leave in quest of Ungav- [ 	
a _'rna-orss- fabulous diamond wealth,   The g���,Jm G���nWttr��. of Ai_"*rt-*. Want*
in the departure within the next few **���    ���-     	
days of Mr. JR. B.  O: Burroughs, of
Smith- Falls, and party,
Mr.  Burroughs is being backed by
a number of Ottawa   people,  ,among
He is an
London.���Right Hon. R. L. Borden
made an historic first speech at a
record break'ng gathering' of the Roy-
��� al Colonial Institute, before a company numbering 270, and representative of the whole ehipire. With
measured dignity Mr. Borden enunciated, the Canadian policy and deeply
Impressed the' many British parliamentarians present, and when he "pronounced emphatically that Canada
stood for ou~ king, one flag, one empire and one navy, the cheering was
vociferous and long continued. The
applause was renewed when Mr. Borden added that ho jot ofCanada's dearly won autonomy need be, or should
be sacrificed.
Responding to the toast of ."Our
guest" the premier, after giving an
intereeting account of marvellous "progress and development in Canada
dealt with more important questions.
' We have the mandate of the Canadian people to discuss some matters
of great Imperial concern. In advance of the' discussion it is not to be
expected that I should make tonight
any announcement as to our co-operation In naval defence. One or two
declarations which were made many
times in Canada may -jerhap- be repeated with advantage.
It is a saying that the Naval supremacy ot the Empire is the very
breath of its life, without which it
cannot possibly endure. it has also
seemed to us that this supremacy can
only be maintained ������ by one -united
navy, powerful in day of stress or of
peril to vindicate the flag and maintain the empire's existence. There
are two o.onRi<ipratinns before us. The
first touches a possibly immediate
gravity under existing conditions.
The ether touches the more difficult
and more complex question of permanent co-operation in the Empire's defence upon the high seas. The
s?con_ of these considerations raises
in concrete form the question of the
future constitution of the organization
of the Empire.
It is sufficient for the moment to
emphasize our view that any great
dominion undertaking to share upon
a permanent basis in the sea defence
of the Empire must have some voice
in the policy which shapes the issues
of war or peace. Canada does not
propose to be merely an adjunct to
even the British Empire, she faces
the future today with a proud spirit
conscious of her problems, but equally conscious of her ability to solve
them. Watchful and patient of her
resources she is determined they shall
.be developed in the interests of hor
people.
���LViiUUlUA     ���L     J--A VippOl H-llH.!*^��� CAAlU
her responsibilities she is resolved- to
play her fuli part in maintaining the
unity of the Empire in promoting ifs
Influence for the cause of civilization
and humanity and for peace among
nations.
���janies ���cnii
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up in Ungava long enough to become
weik acquainted   with   that   country.
I am going in after a definite' find,
not just on prospect, he stated when
seen.
He will tak""* a party with him. and
expects to be back in a year. Cochrane is? the jumping-off point for the
expedition to Ungava, the-- trip in
from that point being from b.tween
one to four hundred miles, mostly by
canoe down the East River, a navigable stream.
The diamonds are said to be found
in blue clay instead of the chromite
in which the only Canadian diamonds
yet di-jovered were embedded.
to Institute a Similar System to that
of Saskatchewan, and will Eiideavor
to Secure  Passage of a Bit,  in Al-
!     berta Legislature
Calgary.���The proposed leasing of
boon ��� the 172 Manitoba elevators from the
Governmenti of that province by "the
Grain Growers' Grain Company, is
part of a carefully planned campaign
on th. part of the farmers to secure
control of the elevator situation in Alberta, Manitoba and* Saskatchewan.
bus. World's shipments were _, little- larger-tA__j_-ssu.c*: "at ed at 3.*���_i!>T-
000 pus. against IaJ-.I.Oj.uO ous. last
week and  Al,o20,0uo  bus.  last yeai.
1 ratting in future- ou the Winnipeg
martiet uas been op a iimiteu fecaic
ana has oeeu mostly pr<n-gsionai.
ve-y icw orders nave h&.u r-jmiiig
troiu the coautiy, snowing that, lue
uahiage by the arouui ana hea,t was
more anticipated than. ltal. .trices
tor both iuturea? ana casft gram are
about tne same as taey were a week
ago. bo far uo wheAt has been ae-
nvered ou tne July contract, as i, 2
and 3 Northern are all selling at premiums, there being a good demand
for milling account. bower grades
meet^with a poor enquiry.      Receipts
-Af'Sl'
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LESSON     IM.���-THIRD     ^QUARTER.
FOR JULY 21, 1342 '      ,
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SHORT NOTICES IN CANADA
SIR DONALD MANN ON DEFENSE
Auto Rules More Stringent Here Than
In  U.S.,  Party  Finds
Otttwa, Ont.���After a motor trip
of thousands of miles all the way
from* Saskatchewan jjfuvlnc_ to Ottawa, a party of five automobile enthusiasts arrived in town.
Most of the journey had to be made
via American roads as Canadian roads
as a rule, are anything but ideal for
_*��.>-J-r->**'>''��-**'�����      rmi*+**\*+ig e\f*
When the party arrived in Ottawa
latter would mean a ?50 fine for them
they had displayed on their auto two
numbers, an Ontario and a Saskatchewan.
When told that the presence of the
they were at first incredulous and it
���was not untll< they had personally consulted Chief Ross and were emphatically assured that this was so that
they removed it. Canadian laws governing automobile arp much more--
Btringe-t than American.
The fact was someAvbat amusinsrly
illustrated by an incident ot the trio.
In every American state they entered they had been given sixty flays
to chance their numbers or leavo.
When they arrived In   Windsor.   Or-
Would Have Canada Contribute _quad-
ron at Once and Plan Ow.i Shipyards
Victoria.���An interesting contribution to discussion on ���a*h.s.t "art Cansd^
should take in naval defense developed in the course of an interview
with Sir Donald Mann.
His conclusions may be summarized under three heads:
i.���What Canada ought to do in present  emergency.
2.���What form a permanent policy
should take.
3.���And how it can be arranged for
Canad:. io have a voice in Imperial
councils.
Under the first head, Sir Donald
would h<?ve Canada make an immediate grant for the constructioc of a
number of vessels, as many as tbe
admiralty might suggest, these ships
.-j**to comprise a Canadian squadron
placed in tho service of the Royal
Navy.    -Such an immediate contrlbu-
*5^*����       T"a*��       .-.A*--, s-> !*3 ^iv��*����      w�� /\/r.Anf��A <����������      tyrx      *��r $ All r
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jpf the strain of   Anglo-German   rela-
-aOJiS.
As a permanent policy for Canada
he says create a fleet to be stationed
on the Atlantic and Pacific oceans at
CANADA  FOOTS OWN  BILLS
-Col.   Hunhes  and   Militia  Officers  Re-
,. fuse British  Generosity
Ottawa���Th^ government, through
the minister of militia, has doclinocl
with thanks, the offer ofMhe British
war office to defray the expenses of
the Canadian militia officers who will
accompany Col. Hughes to England
next month to learn modern militia
tactics at first hand through aitenu-
auce^at th�� British army-manoeuvres
in September
Although the Imperi*-*,! government
has generously offered to bear all tbe
expenses in connection with the visit
Or the overseas officers,- Col. Hughes
believes that Canada, is well able to
pay bills connected with Canal's
share of the Imperial service.
Sc-i*5 half dees r.ffireTR of tho militia selected from various parts of
Canada will accompany the minister
to England at the end of next month.
The three already selected are Col"
Morrison, of Ottawa, Col. Hodgkins of
-London*? and Col. Landry of Quebec.
continue/ to run m excess of last year,
'Tne Grain Growers' drain Company I but tully 25 per cent, is grading< **uo
is deeply interested in the movement grade." The large percentage of low
in this province to institute a system J
similar to that now in effect in Saskatchewan, where* the Provincial Government lends aid to the farmers in
the building of elevators.
'ihe Government loans 85 cents to
every 15 cents on the dollar that is
grade receipts is telling on tne stocks
of contract wheat at tne terminal elevators, as the total' contract wheat,
that is 1 Hard lc, 2c and 3c, now
only amounts to 986,958 bus. compared
to 2,956,711 bus. last year. To-day's
cash prices are:  1 Nor., $1.08;  2 Nor.
provided by the farmers for building $1.05;   3   Nor.,  $1.00^;   No   4,   8794;
elevators,   the   farmers,   however,   re- No.   5,   75*%;" No.   6,   62c;   and   Peed
maining in  control  of the elevators, 55c; No. 2 Alberta Red  Winter, ��9c;
thus eliminating possibility of political 3 A.R. 98%c; No. 4, A.R. 88%c.  J;il)
manipulations, which resulted in the $l.077/8;   O'ctober 99-/_c
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Matt-   xiii,   33���Memory   Versee26 '
28.    Golden T��xt,    iVTatt.    vi,     ,0r~   -?
Commentary   Prepared * by , RcvV ID, -.
M. Stearns- ' , i--".
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GRAND TRUNK  SENDS   EM  WEST
Over 8,000 Here so Far From Ontario���As Many More. ,
Toronto.���The Grand/ Trunk is conducting an active campaign throughout Ontario to secure settlers for
Wsstsrn Canada and the regular tick-
failure of many of the elevator systems.
A strong effort will be made at
the meeting of the next Provincial
Parliament in Alberta to secure the
passage of Ej/bill^similar in effect to
the Saskatchewan act.
Prominent grain growers of Alberta
say that when such an act is passed
3t least loft oipvators will be buil*
under- its terms immediately, and
manv others will follow in a few
years.
The Saskatchewan farmers already
have built a large number of eievators-
under this  system.
Tho Grain Growers' Grain Company,
the commercial organization of the
TTniteu warmers in Alberta, the Grain
Growers* Ass^otatiQii of Manitoba,
pud the Grain Growers' Association of
Saskatchewan plan to use the elo-
vaton* in connection with tSe 172
which they uronose leasing from the
MhTiitoba Government for $66,000 annually.
TTn.fer tbe Saskatchewan plan of
building certain restrictions are fixed
Ovvhi^ Lo ine loan*;, rue Governmenr
reouiring that a flxpd area of land
must be broken and under cultivation
around a opntre. wh^re it is uronosed
to build an elevator before the loan is
made. -*-      -���* -~w����-^--a. ���   -
A /���harer*-*  is   placed   on   the   jrrafr*
et  agents-   aad    special    representa-' ��fored.  which  automatically -oavp off
tarlo.   they   saw -the   magistrate   am!. ,,_.��.,,
explained what had hitherto been the) the ipall of admiralty
custom. The construction of
You have ��*.ixty minutes to    do
here, he said.
, Calflary Gas Llnaa
Calgary.���The long pipe line of the
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���pany from pow Toland to Calgarv
was completed recently, but gas -will
not be turned on until early next
week. It will require several days
to go over tho line, and to blow but
scale from the pipes.
The pipe,line is 181 miles long, and.
the contract for' the? piping was the
largest single order of Its kind ever
given In the world. The cpntract for
the construction work was let-to Corcoran and Company, of Pittsburg.
Work began three months ago, and
has been pushed steadily to completion. The company which will supply the gas Is composed of local and
English capitalists. The expenditure
was approximately $3,000,000-
Volcano Dust Kills Mosquitoes
Vancouver.���-Kltmai volcano which
recently?er.upted in Alaska, 'sont'sul-
phurlc fumes drifting down the Brit-'
lah Columbia coast In a light haze that
obscured the landscape and did minor
damage of a curious character, Linen clothing hung on lines was rendered forever useless and brass and other
metals exposed was covered with a
thick black ucuui.
In low sections of the Fraser Xral-
Icy mosquitoes are every year a pest
but now not ono is found* By careful analysis* it has been discovered
that standing pools of water that, ub-
nally breed thorn havo become impregnated with sulphuric acid from tho
deposits carried In and all tho baby
Insect*' -woro klllod.
dry-docks on
both coasts, together with establishment of steel shipbuilding industries
should go hand In'hand with creation
of lieet units, so that eventually the
vessels comprising these shall be
built !*t Canada.
His third suggestion whereby Canada may have a voice in Imperial
council is to make the conference a
permanent organization.
The personnel of such a body
shiould he considers, always be resident In London to advise oversea pai-
liaments on- questions; of vital Importance to the Empire. , ?
tiyes are vigorously canvassing the
farmers of this province.
Thej" hope "to secure between fif-
-*en and twenty thousand settlers
before September.
Since April th_ railway has carried
8,000 -ettlers to the West 'and nearly
all have taken up land.
A percentage are locating in. the
new Peace River district, the others being scattered all over the West.
This is the inception of the Grand
Trunk's efforts to promote settlement
in the West.
Oats���
Plave beejj. dragging lowei. Prospects for the new oat and corn crops
jn the United States are very bright,
and this is having a depressing effect
on Eastern markets. Receipts continue much larger than last year, but
the grading is very disappointing. Today's  values  are:   No.     2    Canadian
.4��� ��,1,134 11.     -X.4C,       ���       U. ,v .,      -X ��� ���,       A-JILIC       J.
Feed,   42V2c;   1   Feed,   41 **i;   and   _
Feed, 401/_'c.      July futures closed at
42*_c,  and  October  37_.c,
Barley���
Dull  with  poor  enquiry  for  No.  3
and  only fair dern"and for the other
grades.       Today's' prices  are  No.   4,
56c; Rejected 48c:  and Peed 48c.
Flax���
Stronger yesterday, but prices were
easier today on the heavy receipts.
There were inspections today for 71
cars against 3 a year ago.. There is
a better enquiry for rejected and condemned than the higher grades.
Prices today are: 1 No-*th western,
$1,98; 1 Man.. $1.95; Rejected, $1.83;
condemned, $1.40. Futures���July,
$1.98: October. ?1.67.
All prices quoted above are based
in store Fort William and Port
Arthur.        ��-.,.. <��� '
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if ��
Indnrlo
Borden; Impressed by   Naval  Review
London.���The Canadian ministers
attended the imposing naval review
at Splthead, leaving Portsmouth dockyard <.n the admiralty yacht Enchantress, and steaming through the lines
of warships, being saluted by, each
ship in" turn.
Premier Borden stood on the bridge
with Winston Churchill, first Lord of
the Admiralty, and was* visibly Impressed.
After the review the Canadian Premier returned to London where he.
was the guest at dinner of Lewis Harcourt the colonial secretary.
Among the Premier's future social
���engagements is n weck-ond with Rud-
yard Kipling and shortly he and Mrs.
Borden will dine and sloop at the
King's command.
Prince Arthur to  Marry    Cousin    of
Czar
Parte.���The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Echo de Paris reports
that Prince Arthur of Connau_ht,
only son of the Duke of Connaught.
will shortly marry Princess Trt-u-m'Aiftx-
androvna, daughter of the Grand
Duke Alexander Michaelovitch, who
is a cousin of the Czar. ��� '
It Is stated that the marriage was
decided upon iasL August.
I-Jo announcement was made then
owing to the youth of the Princess,
who is now just about to reach ,her
17th birthday, when the betrothal
will be announced.
The marrfcgc, lt is added, will he
celebrated In St- Petersburg and it is
expected that. King. George will attend
the ceremony.
Hungarian Expert oh a Visit ti:
Ottawa.--E. A. Vajtla   of Budapest,
Austria-Hungary, has arrived In' Can-
ada?t,o look Into Canadian methods of
peat manufacture.
He represents the society of engineers- and the agriculture societies of
Austria-Hungary, both of whom are
Interested in the successful experiments in the production of peat which
have, been carried on by the Canadian
government at Alfred, Ont.    .
Mr. Vajord also will go west' to
make a study of Canadian, farm machinery of the traction typo as well as
the methods employed by western
farmers.
rho in<-"-r4-ist and .Tr-* -orineinal in loan
ey+nrf(\ino- nve,T a ]nng Wni of y*��ars
,  ,1���    .-n~,r fi .P'.P.vf- -I. !����~4H���It.        UaI ��6
found the pv^tem to work vorv saffs-
factTilv so far, and are bui)d!n��*r el��=-
vat��-��? 'ifi-ipr it a��  ft-*!"** a��? the-v- run.
Thf, qraiu Growers' Grain Companv
which anticipates using - these *ele-
vatorq. already is doing an enormous
bi""-*inf"-;S.        -**
Tvapt sp-mon tbev handed -v?** 000,000
h"��hels of -farmers' grain, aurl in afl-
4*itinn bromrht for. evnort innofiono
hushe-*. mariner a total of 38.000,000
bushels handled by the company. -
HE MARKET KEPORT
'4VWW.A.^        ^4, CA1II        bCHVI SUpplllSU
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Thompson,' Sons' �������� Go-- OraSrs Merchants, Winnipeg.
ANOTHER YEAR ON THE CENSUS
Campaign for B����t Settle
Montreal���A campaign to
Iho vory host class of settlors to come
to Canada from Great Britain noxt
jsoiveon Is to bo begun at once by tho
Canadian Nor thorn. Thos. Howell,
*c on oral emigration agent for tho company, loaves on tho Royal Ifldward, of
tho Canadian Northern lino, to mako
preparation for oarryinK out a sue*
floBBful campaign. Most of thd work
will no control! iu the wtmi, oi! i_uk*
land, whore uomo ot tho most dcuir-
ablo oottloni aro to bo found.
Terry to Ottawa
Ottawa.-7-Tho Hvoning Cltleon aav*
that ComiulHslonor Pony of tho Roy a.
Northwest Mouutod Police Is almost
certain to bo appolntod comptroller
ot the Uro and admliilutrator of iIk*
unorganized territories to hucco-3.1
i"!-!'fiu<?I  Prid  Wriito ,<rnn r����*irir����
Northland Lo��**a Bla Hunter
Peace Itlvor Crotittlug, Alta.���Another tragedy of tho wilderness has
occurred In the lonely rogloiifl of tho
MA^I.1.^  " ft .���.r.r.l.tti*,,.      *A      ^,��*.A***-ft      +V,r.t
reached (hit* point roocnfly.
It in statort that Piorro Homanw, the
moat famotta half-breed hunter and
trapper In all this country, has met
*�� iiccliAtSuUI death through aUooClutt'. [ uC CUc buuiyu; uioy lu piuu^wci..
Returns on Nationalities arid Religions
In a Month
Ottawa.���It will probably bo another
month boforo tho census returns as to
natlonaltioB and religions aro tabulated by tho connns brunch.
Tho statement tjtiftt It Is expected
tho work of tho branch will bo com-
plot oil by Nov-iiib-i' uo\L lu duulod itt
th< branch, whoro it is stated ^that it
will require practically tmothor year
to complete tho work.
t For Safety at Sea
Berlln.-~A oonferenco for tho pur-
pooo of drawing up measures of safety tor Bea-itolng vohhoIs Ih to bo hold
in London in-*.!�����> nnhimii, Both tin*
Unlti'il Slatcu aud Gt.-riua.iiy, "which
took tho flrut Initiative In tho matter
havo waived thoir claims. Tho German proposals to bo presented to tlio
oonferenco will bo drafted finally only
after tho holding of another Oorman
conference shortly boforo tho mooting
of the International oonferenco iu
iL-jndon.
British Monarch Descends Into Coat
Mine
London.���Por tho first tlmo in history, a British monarch, descended
Into a coal pit. It was tho Elsocar
mlno that was favored, almost within
a stono'b throw bf the pit whore so
many lives had Just been lost, and the
King wont down in the full knowledge
of tho Cadoby disaster.
His Majesty dowcendod the shaft lu
a cage, with him bolng the Archbishop o' York, Lord Pitzwllllam, Lord
Charlca Borcoford and a man ln
charge.
Faar Car Conae��tlon
a>.a1^,aaj>.    "   411    "l'.A44U    t.40   WA.4    iiuUiiW'i'
ion of lauL yuu.i iu thij liuuilllun of tho
grain cropm, the Calvary Board of
Tnulo baa appointed a committee
to gather data on tho aubjoct which
will be laid before the Dominion Hull-
mvt<^>��    C* r\ *im�� <*v*i I����Ia-i-i "f-u'l'i At�� IiUtaI l. *, ,1 .���
mo'eta in thltt city July BG. "    M{ ronto to Catiudn.
All tho othor boardB nf trade in AL J No further pormitfl will bo issued
bcrta will bo called <>�� for Information till the XJulteil Kingdom la ofilcially
tn lay befora the eommlm-lon In view 1 deelarod fre���� of foot-and-mouth   dl��-
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��� puma.
Bureau of Statistics
Ottawa.���A central bureau for tho
compilation of all statlatlca und information respecting Canada, its
trado and othor conditions, is likely
to be the outoomo of the work of tho
dei'Mr'm**i>< Into I hi*. Huhl.u*!.. Tho
litjud of 1'uforui Iii iiiuphuiil-'-'il un Uioie
Is coiifliderable overlapping in tho preparation of statistical Information by
different departments. So far as
possible the worlc In. the future will
be done under ono hoad. Tho com-
mission will report in September.
'*mmmmr m**mmm**m*mmmmm**Mmmmi
Canada Prohibits British Cattle
London,-��� Lord   Strathcona,   High
OommiBHloner for   Canndn.   hn*��   r����-
U��*lvUli    luLvllltoVUiiU    1,11,41,   llll   IIIUUI     V��4*B
signed by ihe ministor or agriculture
at Otawa, cancelling existing
permits for tho Importation from the
United Klnijdom of cattle, shoop, other lumlnantB, and swlno, with tho ex*
Wiunipeg,     July     3.    ���   The day
following    our   last    report, brought
a,     a     return     oi     rue     excessive
beat  aad. scorching   winds,* markets
again became excited and prices advanced   quickly.      High  points   were
reached' on   Saturday   when  Chicago
Sept.   closed   at   10Se,    Minneapolis
107 y_c^ and Winnipeg October 101%.
Cyclonic conditions,    which   did" so
much serious damage to the tovrh' of
Regina on Sunday, apparently broke,
up the shell of hot, dry weather not
only in our own country, but ih. the
North-Western state as Well.   Purlng
the last three,days there have been
scattered  .showers    iver    -Manitoba,
Saskatchewan,   Alberta,   Dakota; and
.Minnesota,     and   temperatures   are.
much cooler.     While * many parts, especially  in  southwestern    Manitoba,
are still without rain, the apprehension is over for tho present," aa,-it'is',
hoped the rains will become general,
and in any case the cooler weather
will prevent any    further   deterioration,     "With the change of weather,
sentiment, always a factor to bo reckoned with    in    the  . whent    market,
turned to the boar side, and as are-
BUlt prices the last three days have
boon on tho docllno.      To-dny'w nloH-
Ing  figures   are  llttl-o  changed   from
what they woro n week ago.      One
optimistic feature about   the   recent
hot dry   period Is the forced growth.
Straw will perhaps bo short, but owing to the rapid progress fjlio past ten
days a large percentage of the Canadian crop will bo in tho shot blade
the first   of tho   week.       Favorable
conditions from now on will reotify
tho damage, If any,   that   has   been
done, but the statement wo havo made
In previous icpoilu will uLuud ivpual-
Ing, namely���'It Is well to   bear   in
mind tho Bprlng wheat crops nro not
yet made and havo many vicissitudes
to go through before aafely harvested."   The Interest of the wheat trade
boa boon mainly controd In tho Northwest crop QUtlook, but the harveat-
Ing of the winter wheat In the States
Ih hIho halng cIoroIv watch���tl.    So far
tho hurvcHthig Iwih heon ttloiv.     In Uio
localltioH whore tho whoat wan" late
(��own and felt the worst of last-winter's rigors there was Irregular and
Blow growth, which* Is holding hank tho
harvest, from a coiiBldorablo part of
this  wheat  small  yields nro looked
for.     The greater portion of t"h*�� crop
will not bo harvontod till the middle
of the month, so none ot this wheat
will bo pr*"**'!"!*' on th��> niarkr��tn for
moiiio limit ><.��!,.      Livtu iiuui iiiui iOiiro-
penn  mnrkolii    imvo    boon    Holding
��teady.      Good wheat !s firmly held
and millers may oxperlqnco difficulty
In obtaining supplies during July, hh
both Argentine and Canadian arrivals
.. .... ��,A ���        .  .  X       -*  .. ���   A fc  .. .
... A4    AJA     A/A4W4      *4.*��,,���� v.1 ���     ....v.,   ��),�� t��A....fg,    .**,'..
Th*   'Wu*vw*��n   vIsIWa-* ��� -iintrnnT-j/ ; mthtrwm
a, good     deoreaao, 5,BD2.000 bus. as
OOuiP8U'_d to ft d&CTCMO t}}�� fHVMlviim
was* of 4,186,600 boa.       t/aM
CONDITIONS BAD IN PERU
Claimed  Natives are Subject to Tor-
���    tares   by   Rubber  Syndicate���
United States Inquiry
Wa_hington.���A  repetition  of    thr
horrors of the Congo rubber industry
among the native rubber gatherers of
Peru is the cause .of a dangerous mission v/hich the state department has
quietly sent up the Amazon river in
the iriteaest   o^f   humanity.       Acting
Secretary Huntingdon Wilson recently
received    Information' that   "Captain
Stuart Fuller, one of Jihe department's
most trusted   s* gents, h.2.d arrived at
.Iquitos, 200 miles up the Amazon, on
try to learn the facts at first hand.
The stats department reports indicate the existence of conditions below
the equator that parallel the intolerable outrages in the Congo country
in Africa, where natives wero forced
by-tortures and mutilations to collect
certain quantities of rubber for Belgian and other coiicestslouarleti. The
concessionaire in the case of the rubber gatherings of the upper Putuya-
nio liver lu Peru is asserted to bo a
British corporation. British 'representatives and the British 'government itself disclosed the charges
against this corporation.
I-PV.^.      r.*w*X.      J _*s��� _A���..~X        -lAf. ��...���.,.      .��� -.*
-A.V     "VU.lt,     UOJAca,! I.A11C4Ac,     <Vll,llUllgll     no
American citizens are involved, con-
suited with British officials and others interested in ther welfare of these
natives and made -strong representations to the Peruvian governinent, It
secured pledges frpm that government
that through 'decrees" which have been
promulgated the obnoxious conditions
will be terminated.-     ��
The department . thaji despatched
Captain Puller on the mission of.au-
certalu.ing whether' "the Peruvian
pledge has been redeemed. Captain
Fuller Is an Towan who rendered signal service to the--state department
during the disturbed -'days in China
and later as a consular officer at Gothenburg, Sweden and at Naples.
��� "5.*-'
Swans from? King George
Montreal.���-Tho Dominion laxprese
Company has Just handled two remarkable shipments through Mon-
iroal,     ��� ��� '     .
Ono of those' connlsred *��� of a pack
of fox-hounds brought out from Ireland for the Toronto Hunt Club; and
the othor consists of six swans sent
put to Owen Sound by'Hla Majesty
King Goorgo.
The six swans are addressed to tho
mayor ot Owen Sound/and lire intended to be put in ornamental waters In tho parks of that town.
The King has a large number of
Bwanfl on hie domains, and lt Is his
cuutom wheu they get Loo uuui-rou-
tp present the overflow to various
muni'cipalitloo.
It is not very often, however, that
the swans go abroad, and the municipality of Owen Sound Io certainly
fortunate in boing thua recognized by
tho King.
HILTON SUCCEEDS RUTHERFORD
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praotlos oourl. sought And rsoslvsd
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Chief Assistant In Health of Animals'
Branch Gets Step
Ottawa.���Ooo. Hilton, chief aBslst-
ant in tho health of animals' branch
of tho agricultural dopartmont and
who has boon for somo tlmo noting
veterinary gonorai, will,' according to
an authoritatively recent statement,
receive* the position of veterinary
general  in  wueensnlon   to  T>r.  J.   Q,
ji.llt.ilol tuj ti,    who   jcai(iiltjU   HOUlU   llIUO
a��o to go west.
Dr. Hilton, before hie appointment,
was a resident of Portage la Prairie,
today's lesson gives us two par&b*--8,,
one of  w-hich, the  mustard  Heed,   i3
the third in the regular order.in Matt?,
xiii, while the gradual growth' of th_
seed is recorded by Mark-only.      Tho
verse  Z.ozr.  Matthew  ecneer^i-Qg '* the
leaven is the*-fourth in the series, ac-'^
cording to Matthew, and next week'a
lesson on the wheat and tare*? is the
second.    . We will be better able Ho
summarize these flrst*four or five parables after next week.      Concerning;
tb.f-m it is said, "All these things spake
Jesus unto the multitude in parables,
and  without a parable spake lie' not.
unto them," thus fulfilling Ps- Ixxyiii,'
i 2, 3.      He spake the word unto them
as the?' Were able to hear it, and^wbferi
they   were  alone   He. expounded ''��11    v-j
things to His disciples (Matt. vxili, 34,-- ,  .
35; Mark iv, 83, 34).     His repeatedly-^ V
saying, "if any man have ears to htjar  ', ���>
let him hear" (verses 9 and" 23), or''in
the neveiation epistles, '"He that liaxh   ,;..,
an ear let him hear what the Spirit   ti^
saith unto the churches," reminds-us   ,,J"<
that many are dull    of hearing    and   ,,-
makes  us long for such, an anointed    ?"
ear as Samuel had, to whom the Lo"rd    1}
could   whisper  thirigs  and   give  tCpm   J't
me "sages for others  also.      The  *|d*    .'**;
monitions', "Take heed what ye hear,"    ti"
aiid     Aq,Kc ue6u jjuvv   ye Hem      \\m-jpa
2_;  Luke viii, "18), were never more   "H*
needed than now* for "false teachers, -��,
and    teaching    abound    everywhere.    ^'1
Our less"on title, "The Growth of "the    -i
Kingdom," is    very    misleading;:- nor"" -?"
doubt unintentionally, but bad all the. " t
same     ��� It arise-, frriir,  ths i<1p,-*   Visld. j - ���-
by so many that the kingdom began      '{
'Avhen   the  Spirit came,  in  a   special . *&
way and for a special purpose at Pen* :"K
tecost and has been    growing    ever'',-*-
since,  whereas the truth is that tha "���;'"-
kingdom then at hand' did not coma    ";
and has not yet come, and  when it'  -\~
does come it will not be gradual, but
by a great catastrophe,  a. juusjuejit,,     -
an overthrow of all enemies, according"*- - ;
to  Isa.  xi,  4;   xiii,   9-11; -xxxlv.   1-2;     >
Ixvi. 16, 16;  Rev. xix, 39, 20; xx, 1:3.     <
What then is the growth now -going    ���
on,  ar-   set  forth  in  these  kingdom -   ,'
parables     His saying when they ask*    "'-
ed Him about the first one, 'Unto you " -l
it is given to know the mystery oi
the kingdom of God" (verse 11)-. The *;
kingdom is not growing, \iut the rays-
'tery more fully described In Eph. ill
and    elsewhere   is    growing.        The        >T,|
church, which- is His body, the elect t!
from   all   nations  who  are ,to   share       ~Y
the Kingdom with Him, growth unto
��u holy temple in the Lord  (Epi_, 11,
19-22).     The seed of the first parable. '
the word of God, being faithfully sown,        ?
quietly works according to" this, first ���  '   \
p-arable of today's lesson, the blade, ,   ~f:
the ear, tne ruii corn, in the ear,.until ,~   ���~
the h   "vest,  which,  we  shall  see"In' *    '���
next lesson, is the end oi ihe age. Tho        ^
wind broweth where it    lister,!*,    and     - .-<
thou c��sst sot JeU whence it corhgth     ''""'���
or whither it goeth, la-a truth on thft     '.?
same llne^ 'ti^-^-.J****?--^ _- ^&* tik
to a "great tree, .sheltering thts'.biras oft*
the air- in Its branches or* under \t&   ,���j
s'h&dow.  sets forth-'another  phase -of**. -*'
present things.     That an herb, should" | titi/
���become a great tree, - is ' something;
out of the regular course -f things, H"   ;
and these birds in tlie branches cause-, ' ,
vis to remember that in tho parabjo     <-
of the sower the birds or fowls reifre*"^ ?
sented the devil  (verses^ J.5)^��� Jf^L   ,
in a discourse the speaker 'use'sr'ia, fig* [''
ure and explain- it, tu-ii" a little latei" .
xises the name figure, his former explanation stands.       The . .so ? dilledJi j
church has grown to be a vast sota��->^>
thinrr very, different  from > what the
Lord intended it to be; anjd If Uii the     ?
first  twelve dlsclplea -ther_  was'' one
of'whom bur Lord said. "One of you Is
a devil" (John, vi,    70).' f we    cannot
doubt"but: that in the great, company
of thofle who today are called -Christ-
iaiifl "'jliere., ?nay be many:  wli-1- ?for
some reason other than the right on��
hav��s taken refuge In the church.,,
Ab to the Woman taking three measures of meal and leavening it till th��
whole y/anj leavened,  is  it not'-*)VeV3
clear that the woman, .'theYCjtfitfch,:��lt
doing that very thing, rind in ^oui'-'dp.y
as  never .before?      From   the v? pasa-
over fctory bf Rx. xll. where th^y wei-o*      '
to search for and -put awavaUJloavon.
thore is no place In the-,Bible- where
leaven means anything good.,     It _u
always somethjng corrupting,?nnd Israel  was   rorbldilon  to offev> ,lt with
their sacrifice  (Lev. il, ,11:   vi.  17).
Tn Lev. xxlll. 15-18. where the ohur^H
Ib typified by the first,.fruits, leaven
was commanded '. hocatiBe of the evil
that the Spirit foresaw, would be in
thoBo first fruits, but It was met W   ���
the sacrifice of the   next   verse.   Jn
Amos Iv, K, they wore told that off wring with loaven wub Just like them
and tliMr ntnful ways.     Wbon .t-Jarah,
halccd oakcB quickly for her visitors*
Bho took throe mooBUroH of m*��al, but
wo are, fure that she had noYfihioHo
use loaven ((-oh. xvlil, 6).   , pgr Lord
taught tho dleclploB to boware of the
loaven, or falao teaching of Pharisees '
and Sadtlnt'ooH (Mal-t, xvl. C, 12), and,,
tho Spirit by Paul said, lot ub Itoep ���
the feast with tlife unloavoned .bread .
of sincerity and truth- (1 Cor. W, B)>.
Tblw nfi-A of tho tr.ystory of tho klno"�� "
Uoin. tho cifllJng oqt   of the   church
whllo*Ui��V lilngilom' ],\a postponed, is
marvelously, net forth in th^so para-
bleB by Him who Ithew*1-.!!;' - v ;*T
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Under Allen Labor Law
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Aviator Faints After 8p|||: ���>
Winnioog,���A wcarowas catlei'jdr��,t
tho exhibition whon Iho uionflplafio o(|
Goo. Montach fell an*jwng tno' hn^x
The aviator started down, tho Add
but did not got <*mo*i��f-h'<*jj_ed i�� esa
face of an nrivorno wind, and thn vm>
suit was that whon about 20 foot (tt
tho air, the right wing of his mochlMi
vocrod. hit a low fence nnd caeeatad
over tho track Into th* t-sxt fence ajid
among the sptotatbin.,   , ' .
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Church  Notices  Established Over Three-fourth of a Century  im  ���������If-'  fot-Att-ol     ���������   -   4_r  nnr* 4->Ari  _  i  Reserve Fund  Claims Paid  ��������� - $13,000,000.  - $30,000,000  GUY' LO.WEN0ERG-, Agent  METIlODIvST CHURCH  Services-will bo hold every Sunday as  folloWs:  Morning _ - lUOiln. 111.  ���������Evening   - - -?������������������.��������� 7*_0 p. m.  Sabbath School _:_0 p. ru.  You aro welcome to   tarry with un.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  j tion of -married,' mpm^Uep^  ������_ , industrial work. '  A l'ssolulioii congratulating tlio  Trades and Labor Conned on its action  in demanding a commission to investigate tbe quostiou of women's wages,  was passed without discussion and  another recommending that members  of the \V. C. T. U. work for tho elec-  .-��������� * ��������� !  tiou of women trustees on the  school 1  boards, wis also endorsed.  A resolution asking that the reading  of the Bible he introduced in the pub-  lie schools, was after much discussion i  laid over, many different, opinion being expressed as to the results of such  enforced scripture reading Ft was  thought that the ipioslion 'was too  large for the convent ion to handle on  such short notice.  At tlie cud of this educational hour  Mrs. Wright look ul uu-gt* 01 the  memorial   service   fin*   the .---members  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  -:--���������������__���������_��������� 6-*S-*������-**������e&:65@������t5-:^ew  Best Stent.siry  at  l&easona hk UM* Ices  *$ *U.  XlXSiB 5STJBVKTOK ASD   ABCHrTEC-*   |g ; ���������- __���������    |������-  M For the next thirty days 1  F_an_ and Specifications  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. E. HALLD. D. S,  ';��������� Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  I will give  8 Percent  1 on all work if you bring ������  I iu fercent Discount |  CRANBROOK,  B, C,  GUY   LOWENBpRG  OohbdiaT-no Engineer  CRESTON      -  B.C.  % this announcement.  UK  j_     _   g      Dr., 3L ��������������� _������asfotan  "_*  %*>  ������**���������  ss  Ski  m  <$  SS  "?>*;> i."*t>r>Yf������^'1'rt!  * ~v  S.   X\- fi'OiJ -fc.   X 4.4t.tVj..-i4l*-  ���������Service every Sunday at 11 a. 1x1.  and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 10 a. in.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G.  _������_AK12  Minister  a4 2^flbr-5l*x_._L������Afior. __wsi_e %  \ =g:-g_}-a:-������_������:-������-:������SS:-������_ _-_^S:-������SSS_^  iioa ei itiis pmen  ifitiU.   ULULftil   OSVQ  REPORT OF CiinVES-TiOl-  WCTIl  \&7*xw.o.*m   r������*;_.,-������-_.  -     - -      ��������� T irs-jlb.-*    j^-io>vuacI  'mm. ^-- ������  Live Questions  Continued from lass week  I  OKE-X, YOUNG & oo,  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  _ .       ir*>A*v*  V������ JK..E-D X \jl  *^*_ ���������t**������*;*YV,*A (VT  "D r������  | WL .Ht.SSeatt. I  CRANBROOK -B.C.   1  Tho ������  _    !_"_���������* m.mmx I        llirnnl/\������    I  I rUIIGId!   Li!!_i,ilJ! S  win)   wove   cii'leil   ii*tyuy   lUuiug   lust?  year. \Ve ihen had election ol' officers,  .Mrs.   .1.  L.   McNuugliton  of A'lctoria  was leelected-'ilonary President, Mrs.  U. Spoll'orU,-   Fiestdont;   Mis,  M.  A.  y '������* ���������>*_��������� -T.4j-*t*i*������,mo    *-������-*v      rV_r#������t*_-������'       iSTai"4-������v*. !���������������������r-.*-^.*,  *-'lllIlllli^*iiV*4.*      vi-Jk     .   AiVlt        '    T*   *C-Ot>LI.-liJCJtl_C;4. j  Vice President; Mrs. Graves of Victoria, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs,  \Yright of Cloverd.ilo, Recording Secretary.  Tuesday  afternoon  Mrs. "Warwick of  Nan.iimo   then   gave   an'^interesting  pajier on work among sailors, 'lumber-:  men and miners.   She   rettd   a  very  touching letter from  a  fisherman  at  Hays port telling of the terrible injury  wrought the .'fisherman aud   Indians  by the sale of liquor,   and asking  the  W. C. T. U. to use is influence to oppose  the granting, of a license in that  town.    It was decided to petition the  attorney-general regarding the sale of  liquor in unorganized districts and to  more strictly enforce the Lord's Day  Act.   .   .   .   it was decided to send a  wire to Victoria stating that the "W.  I C. T. TJ. cbhventioh, representing 1600  J?o-day5s Ford is   to-monow's  -".ar.    The  buying world has come to understand  that excessive weight iu an automobile  spells danger���������and needless expense.  Vanadium steel lias solved the problem.  To-day's light, strong, Vanadium-built  xFord is tomorrow's car.  Morp than 75,000 now Fords into service this Benson������������������  proof that they must be r'ghr. Three passenger Roadster .*s*7v75���������five pHtssoujjer touring car if850-���������delivery oar  $875���������f. o. b. Walkerville, Out., with all equipment  Gr.ta.Ggus from Koot6*-ay Gai*ag6 Couipiiuy of Oreston,  R. S. Bevun, manager���������or direct from Walkerville  1111  r a   1 1  ��������������� l_0!ll^liii-lis.  "S" ^ 5 mm \a9 %,a  l^Mail  Vernon?  Bi  BBgii a/2ssa  ���������!��������� &"_     '*r  HUB       ----���������  ������j*    \j*  ^^H    IW  ___  AtX.  FRUIT T  W  Sa  an  _.n  a v m  A 11     a.,,. , . -    tt,���������    .  i~\  -.     ..,   4 -   3 j J  __.-~       sor  __.11   ������_U1    11CC&   cll*C   JllOUlC UlUWU dUU gU-I-JllC-U   Ui w-        ^^  ^_3T'  to name. We carry all the leading varieties ��������� most ^  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock ^  on three-year-old wliole roots, ������i_  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ^ j. BHnco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  _k.     -*.  ra\  ^.     _-.     -o*-  >WM  Mrs. Slacken also gave a good paper  on "Woman- -Wages."''-She pointed  out that the low wages paid to women  was harmful not- Only   to   ihe   woman  herself   but   to   oil   of  if family,  i  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  B.C.  'Before Letting !  IU Contract,  For tho 'uiilding of your New  House, Store, OlYlco. Workshop  or other building, write or call  ���������_ ������*' y  House, Store, OlYlco. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on me, Estimates given on all  kinds of work.    Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Worlc  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' Hats,  Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   UEADY-MADJ-  WAISTS  New Linen of  Ladies and <J liikl-  rens'   Stohkings and Wearing  Appattd suitable to the Season,  Mrs.  fl. YOUNG  TC*=tt������UCK_C^_������������������S  Creston 3LU ������. %������ Do  _2095_  Meets lirsb and third Tliurmdays  in  each month,   'uFfctris Bull at 8 j*.   in  Visiting Brothem cordially invitod.  George Brodoriolc, VV. M.  Walter V. .Tnclrs:!!, Itco. Sno.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Ci*PlXAI-, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums or money, These Orders,  payable without charge at tiny hunk in Canada (except in Iho Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of lla, United Stales, are issued ut  tho following rates:  $5 a������d ������������***������������������������ ���������      -,;���������-- v. ��������� ���������  twrmr     n* ihhim ������������������������*������������������ ������>ji.������---a4������i4m huu...,  **    in      ������������ ������������������ :io...  ** ������������������ no.,.  ������*  10  ao  :i cuula  f* *m  10     ������������������  15     ���������*  0.0  REMITTANCES   ABROAD   ,_ ������������������ ���������A, hm *���������������*��������������� ofoiif RPKCIAl.   I'ORKIQN   DRAFTS and  MONEY  ORBttlOitt. laauad without d������Uy **i r*u������������on������ui* mum.  T������J\CV *& FOWLER, &Mt\n#gerf Creston tfrmch  the   human  She thought that,the starvation wages paid to   girls in factories  aud department a-or-a, were in many  cases responsible for the train of evils  that follow so many young girls.   For  a woman to hold fcer   place   in   the  social scale required a certain amount  of money ������*md she pointed out that ii  would be almost  impossible for- girls  to retain    their, self respect    on   the  starvation   wages of $3,  $4 or $5 a  week.   Mrs. Mackcn felt that proper  food,   proper housing   and a certain  amount of amusement was necessary  for every young life* and how the girls  are going to obtain them on the above  mentioned   wages   ,was    ft   problem.  With many it was inipo^aiblc anil  hoi' only wonder wan that in the face  of all  tliiH,  women did not go down  more frequently,    Snch thingM were  bad for the whole race and needed the  attention of society if there is to be  any improvement. Anollier important  thing was to have Hiiititblo and' comfortable homos for working girls.  Mi*k. .TamicHon of Nananno led the  discussion in whioh she HuggcHtod the  necessity of legiHlation being introduced to fix a general minimum wage  and to put a limit, on tbe Kneeiling up  Hyutoni by which in garment siiops,  or liiKtanei", Hewing mnehinc m were  NjHieiled lfji to a terrific rate thai, keeps  tbe operator's attention in a tension  all day long. AIho HoatH (should lie  provided in m1io|)h und olih'i'8 and Hi.-  kii'Ih given ii chance- to rout. All simps  and fiU'foih'H should ho Uci't.ned nntl  made, to eoiuply to ������ glWU regulation  um lo HkIiI, hpaee and Vi'idilation an,I  *l' these icgulatioiiH nro not coinplliil  with  ihe llecnwe  wliould   lie  revoked.  Cjl I  ,..   -  .,.,1 I*     1������,..1������..  V'lV   <l|rt   ll", |l..|.  women of this province, deeply regret  ted the. recent action of the Victoria  council, not to enforce the Sabbath  observance act in respect to small  shops and fruit, dealers. ?The report  given by Mrs. Forbes of Eburne, on  Sabbath observance showed much  progress in enforcing Sunday closing  (Continued on Page 4)  WYA.TER NOTICE  Bedlington and Nelson  Railway Company of Vancouver, B.  C., by occupation a railway company,  give notice that we intend on tbe 2-ltli  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  the forenoon, to apply, to the Water  Commissioner at his office at Nelson  B. 0. for a licence to take and  use one-half {%) cubic foot of  water per second from an unnamed  .spring to be diverted at a point about  lt_a.5 above the Water Tank.  The water will bo usod on our right  of way, for domestic purposes, for  locomotives and trains.  A. H. Ma-Nisiix,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  Nelson Railway Company  Dated thin 12Lb day of Juuo,  1������12.  The l?#������re_psMe M&gmrs&������*i@&  Comprising 125 Acres .^ GRAND FORKS, B. C,  ��������� -*���������*���������    ���������        -    - ���������   - '  ' -^--   '     '  '     ���������������������������������������������*������������������-   '    ,j-l ���������   ���������     .' __J���������*-^_.-:���������A'_..- ���������      :    ' ���������  \piisins APPmmUE TREES' Ghe���������ges  *m* <r% B% _���������_ mm%   m   mm������ bob Bar     a a ^^ awa bsb   ^h B^ v ,w -   w <a  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter, killing    j|  '*We can hold your trade.55        ' a  j Established 1900 by the HON.MARTIN BURRELL 3  I .  minister of Agriculture . g  ALL STOGKPELSVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOGUE PRICES g  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������r ? 9  WALTER V. JACKSON,, Agent, Creston, B. 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