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 I".',   -V f i^^cvv * f ���������-, ;,  a V-r ���������>*ft***a .AJBTWfii ]  ������-!l&4������j     4141414���������     4,-. .h. W fe. -  the CRESTON  DISTRICT    '  M4-.  0A  A 4.1.  *_**** a v.  r'-WQa^A'M   bc     "FfcTDAv   attc rt*ii   tnT-������  SINGLE Copibs 5C.  r*__B?Hr_* t-nnAVifr-inn'  i nun yinii if urn  DISCRiMINATiONSN  FREIGHT RATES  1.C. P. R.To  Give He  To B. C. Association  At Vernon  On next Tuesday representatives of  the Fruit Growers' associations of  British Columbia are to meet witb  the * Canadian Pacific Railway Company's assistant general transportation  manager, W. B. Lanigan, at Vernon,  B. 0., to discuss freight rates.    James  VMU-A  4.1.^       J���������_ J-_  l/AAS     ���������UGJ.O������ca>UT?   ���������-:_a._.3    4.^  CtlJJ^/VlAAAincTAA.      Ia#  represent the Creston Association.  At present Creston shippers are discriminated against in favor of both  Spokane and kelson. Spokane rates  aro less to Prairie and Crows Nest  points than are those from Creston,  therefore enabling the Spokane wholesale produce houses to put their fruit  and vegetables on Canadian markets  at s. lor/ei* price. Cresto:*: Also hss to  pay the same rates as Nelson although  the haul is shorter from here.  It will be Mr. Cooks endeavor'at the  meeting to have changes in the present tiii'iS: made so thai, Creston shippers will have a jvate which "will compare wore favorably'With, those places.  HERE AND THEllE  The wheat crop throughout the prairies is now fully headed out. Seventy-  five percent of the entire grain crop is  so well advanced that the farmers are  looking forward to a harvest from a  week to ten day**- earlier thnn last year.  The British Colombia Copper Company made a record production of copper for the half year / ending Jnne 30,  of 5,S66,8U4 pounds.  One hundred and two recruits for the  Royal Northwest Haunted Police re-  *.n.m.X\mm  -���������.l ..~A   -A.   ������^._J m "A",..      '--J.  WM.������J   AM. A A ,gu ������ly Aieguu A1U1U JCJUglpUU,  Xt is announced that precious stones  including diamonds have been found in  Che James Bay distriot.  Owing to the epidemic of Typhoid  which is infesting Ottawa parliament  may ������it in some city of the west.  The Okanagan District is expected to  ****** V X-f^Wft*  Mes this year.  Violin Lake near Rossiand was reoan-  iy supplied with 4000 silver tront.  * For several months past contractors  have been building a new wing to the  St. Eugene hospital at Cranbrook. The  $stiss "aSssisss _.sts hse_, cvefsKtdcd  and nnt iu first class shape.  Thieves Take Ac-ales  LOCAL NEWS  O. O. S., 3IGNAFIES CRANBROOK  OO-QPSRATIVE STORBlS ���������  .Mrs. Rev. Blake and   children returned to Creston Thursday "after a  prolonged visit with Mr. Blakes mpth-  * i  erin Ontario,  ��������� WANTED-LADIES TO DO PLAIN  and light sewing at home, whole or  spare time; good pay; work sent any  distance; charges paid.   National Man-  *i  uf&cturisg Co., MontrssJ. Send stamp  for full particulars.  $20 apd costs with- the option of thirty  days in jail Thursday morning for  being drank. He refused to tell where  he got the liquor.  ���������Good*   Doht-rfc-o*     oro*������n   for sal������  ���������Mrs. Attridge of  Erickson  is now! ggg|ggf|g}   5)8!  prepared so do dressmaking of all kinds,   |f || ������f ������ || g������    glff ������,L ~, S L^Sli  Satisfaction guaranteed.    Call  at the  home of M. R. Palmer. 88-tf  10 UO 10 b'HHO  The Baseball Dance last Friday evening way a decided  suojess.    A large;  crowd attended, enjoying a most pleas  ant evening.  ��������� ���������Protect your garden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6ft., widths at  Speers' store.  On Mon rf Ay ������_ 8 lb *oii ~"������������ born to  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barthalamew.  Get onr price on No. 1 Timothy Hay.  'Just unleaded.   S. A. Speers.  "Mian Pound left Creston for & visit  at Calgary last Saturday.  ���������"  ' *  .1,    .  ���������Buy your Jelly sealers from S. A  Price reasonable.-���������Apply Drug Store. J ������_������ew.   75 ess. per dozen  Stanley Gwynn returned tbe first of  -the   week   from   the White Grouse  i  country where he has been   cutting a  trail into a mining claim-  *��������� \sx.n aa. juxii���������ieiiu. unuu jxiOuue*  wri^uii  m  in good condition.   Accept cash or trade  f csr geed winter cow.  P. O. b_ 56  ��������������������� ������2.   wOUSSOu s  orcosru  xhhkixx   xa  situated at ths edge of the hc&issss dis-  trlefe of the town; was catered was sssi  *" X.   "B  m , ���������������������,.   -,.- - f  ���������mm     ta. T    sit-,,    tf *r _ T"������ t_  it-ciNeiiiie nuuse-oicarv  ers Taken To Nelson  X       ^.-a21 -      Sa-I-   ������    . .    -at nn   ���������A_-Ji-  ^-a. .puiriji*, witu a ctwuoejiuis Oi vv U*&yu  at hard labor, and John Lundi, with a  s.entence of 30 days, were taken to Nel������  son, Monday by Polieeman G.M, Gu_n  The men, both Finns, were tried he-  fore Justice H. Weber, and sentenced  -4  for a number of offences. '  The pair arrived at McNeillie Saturday, holding in their possession employment slips for Canyon City Lumber Mill, from Cranbrook. After having  supper Saturday night and lodging,  and broakfo-t the next morning, the  ��������� tramps took a Fronch leave and headed for Kootenay Landing. iJefore  (���������uitung the country, however th*>y,  or as far as could be learned one of  thorn broke into tho Iiouho of James _*.  Hanloy, watchman at MoNoiliio, who  informed Mr. Gunn giving him a description of tho men. Mr. Gunn found  tho FiniiH on thu track between lSrick-  hou uml Ui'oston lioadod for tho Landing.  Mr. Ifnnloy was working up tho  trunk a wii^ys from bit* house when tho  houHO-broaking occurred and an Italian hoc! !������>n hand panelng him on a  liaud oar told iilni that someone was  at rtfti. house. Ilo hnrrlod back and  foil ml'tho mon at worlc; All that they  got, was a pair of goUl-rimmod glasso-).  of the week and-th������^ trees str|pfld^of  | their best fruity On Svinday the trees  i were loaded with Iarcre lusciou? apples,  on Monday when Mr. Johnson went to  the orchard to pick a bos for & friend,  there was not enough frnit to more  tk3?J half fill it.  This is not the only instance of work  of the kind in the valley and it is he-  lieved that it is not trickery of boys bat  V  -~W4A_TTED---WelI bred    heifer tor  W.VV   l**m v������������_������ *\#**    tf*unw������   uiW*   m. *-  \.am   x*\*,m OO  F. R. Sargent of Marcus, Washington  m  spent a few days last week in Creston  4,  and vicinity.  ���������Newest shapes and styles iu Stetson Hats, just.arrived.   S. A. Speers.  Organizes Under Superln-  ��������� tendency Of Rev. F.  L. Carpenter  7r-fr  _--_- --. rim������  .rriifri rmuh  Ft IT^  PI^illTTF  irill  -V       "*    4_  " '~lK  ?  "-&  j-:  wi  The Erickson delegate to the sitting  of the Railroad Commission at Calgary  was unsuccessful in his attempt to have  The Creston Senior Baseball team- the station moved tc a more convenient  will play at Port Hill on Sunday. Port' location on tlie Canyon Cicy read.  Hiil will then return the game here  the following*; week.  ���������  ���������xsancners are requescea co nana ^to  '^L\h Secretary of the Frnit'Gkrowers' Union their orders for frnit wrapping pa-  JiaA.  r&\.r.   *Oa.^a...     ������������ro4i  UM     ilrl-,4>  A^. .UW  - ������������.������������S..W  of *    Miss Barbara La_iQ_t has taken np h  some ripe peaches on Thursday, grown  by W. A. Pease on a three-year old  tree. The fruit was very Bwee. aud  mellow and had goad oolor.  rather   adults who are systematically     _JTtoaaa Company, of Cranbrook  stealing fruit to can or ship1 as boys  would not make suoh a clean wholesale  jobof it.  & few trees on the Fruit Growers  Union property adjacent to Mr. Johnsons place were also touched for their  burden.  position, as   uarse  at  the  hospital at  Nelson.  ��������� lay your fishing tackle from onr  big assortment of  lines.    S. A. Speers.  II. Lynu mob his family from the  Old Country at tho Thursday aftor-  noon train.  Grafton Sells Creston Real Estate  m  Lot 72A near Wynndol, comprising of  100 aores of frnit land was sold last  week by Joe Grafton of Fernie, to Tom  Allen ana Allen Traverton cf Fernie.  On Wednesday morning of this week,  Mr, Grafton also closed deals for 20 acres -at Duok Crock, 20 aoros noross the  flats aud 80 aores about a mile nnd half  east of Creston. Tho purchasers aro Jo-  soph Travorso of New Michel, John O t-  phiiut of DoIIovIaU aud David Jamco of  Pino'her Crook. The property horo was  ohouen after comparing land and prices  at the Arrow Lakes.  There is to bc a land sale at the Arrow Lakes noxt week whioh Mr. Graf-  luii iuiouua lo uUouu, uiior whioh bo  will bring Domo moro mon interested in  fruit lands to Oreston.  is disposing of several branches of then  business, and bargains galore, is the order of the day in Cranbrook.   Creston  folks shonld get ou the inside, a letter  to the C. O. S. will bring all the information necessary regarding the Bpeoial  prices.   Iron beds are selling at 12.75  an> size.   Dressers and stands at $11.  Linoleum 65o sq. yard.   Tapestry Rugs  size 0x0 $6.00.   Me'iie suits $5.85.   Hundreds ot pairs of  mens shoos going at  halt price.   Real ok sing oat prioeii on  everything, $5.00 will do tho work of $10  don't overlook this opportunity to buy  at Ions than manufacturers prloes. Very  apodal prices on lace curtmns, arch, curtains, window fixture*-*, all solo priors  ure F, O. B.. Cranbrook, no ohargo for  packing.  Mr. Syme of Revelstoke, a represeu-  f  tative of Bowman Lumber Co., was in  Oreston on business the first of the week  ���������Men's working shoes, $1.60 at Mir-  abellies  Campbell Dow of the Canadian Bank  of Commerce of Greed wood is spending  his vacation with Mr, and Mrs. J. W.  Dow.  ������mhwhw    m  ���������Fall stocs: of whale oil soap and  quassia ohipe at the Mercantile,  Mrs. G. M Gunu went to Nelson  Monday for a visit with frleudB.  ���������Full stock of whale oil soap and  quassia chips at the Mercantile. '  The Creston Junior baseball team is  preparing ia earnest- by daily practice  to go to Cranbrook, a winning team  nest Monday. The sine has been thor-  oaghiy   organized, which it was not  TTAAUAA   VUO   V^AAAAAAAAAAUAA,    XlUtJO  |������������������JOU   AAU4.AV       A*  little over a wdek ago, defeating* onr  pick-up team with a score of 14 to 11,  and in their practices the boys are showing a surprising amount of good work  and speed. The members of the team  have raised $13 of the expense money  among themselves and are depending  upon the public spirited business men to  make up the balance which amounts to  about $24.  The reason the Oreston boys went  down to defeat at the hands of Cranbrook is laid to their b9ing unorganized  There was no one io say -who was to  make up the battery or who was to play  first-base and the result was, as might  be expected, a onarrsl over the covsted  pieces. Rev. Fred'L. Carpenter of the  Methodi.t ehuroh. who is taking eh active interest in-the doings of the Creston  youths, understanding tbe seat of their  trouble, suggested chat they organize  and go to Cranbrook with a nine, that  ������������������wr.iwt'TT.I jii   x+\ci**rr   ���������fr������*-*A*-Aji**j.'frV������40*m     writ*��������������� r*\m   "***?���������-'"*_r?   -i*_i������*��������� nt  t* ���������v*������*'������j*a ������-*������-������->/    itvgiwu���������Vo,;    stuAl'U   ir-uutii llUUU  stand a good, chance, of carry ing 'off the  t <"  honors i       . .-  -        r     * ,s-'^'\ "  The lads at ones took to his plan, and  at a meeting at the Methodist parsonage  -���������*  a week ago Wednesday, where4ce cream  and cake was served, they nazned M.���������**"-  shall Barton as manager, Stanley Hsu-  dreu, captain, and Tom Midford, secre-  tary-taeasorer. The boys aro to work  under the Buperintendenoy of Rev. Car-  psnter v. ho plans to accompany tbem  to Cranbrook*  The line-up for next Monday, according to Captain Hendron's preuenc plant*,  ������vill hi-, CJnreuce Max a ell, catcher;  Stanley Houdreu; piutlu-i ; Mmsli J!  Barton, 1st base; ttoy Stocks, 2nd bu������u;  Bert Arrowsmith, 3rd baBe; Percy Hen-  ���������<?  dren, s s; Andy Pattersou, If ;Tom Mid-  ford, cf; Norman Trotter, rf; IriYniik  Patterson, Mascot.  CLASH OVER HAY  Tco Cream Social, at tho Presbytor-  iiiu church wiiuiso grounds noxt Thurs-  f ���������*<--* "���������J''       Ait***     HP*     rt*||*in*>   -HMrlrif! * l*������ rt   o i*iniif^l ^^(-���������i  of tho lad tea auxiliary.  Gordon Smith left Creston Inst Friday for a visit with his brother-in-law  Fred Taylor, at Gaffery. From there  he will go on into tho Coeur d'Alones.  ���������-Chrlstio's frosh sodas at 335 cents per  tin at Speers.  '   Local tomatoes arc on tho markot thin  week.  E, Mallandaino returned to Oreston  Thursday,  ���������You get ft"vo per cent discount at  Tiiid Cahu ttToim,  Mr. and Mrs. .fas. Cameron of Cranbrook, who havo boon visiting with Mr.  and Mrs. A, Cameron horo, returned to  their homo Tuesday.  ���������Economy Can Sealers, fiuost ln the  world, for ualo by tho Crouton Hardware  Jfc Furniture Oo., nolo agents ln the  Kootonay Valley.  Dan Ungual* and road orew aro work-  ling on tho Orel* ton st-roots this wook.  ������  ���������4  UarneiRt Sntton ot Sutton Sood Company, who has boon visiting with H,  Lyno of Creston, returned last wook to  his home in Reading, England.  FORESTERS SOON TO  MEET IN VANCOUVER  Fourteenth Annual Convention to be Held In  September  Government Agent  Says  In Case of Violence  Haying Stops  A dispute over the rights to cut hay  on the flat lands, between the Indians '  and the   white   men,    which   might  have resulted in bloodshed, was settled ���������  Wednesday by W, F. Teeteel, ^jov- .  eminent agent, of Nelson, who told [ *  both Indians asiu whites that if ^io- ' .  lence is done, no one would Ije allowed   J.  to cut hay on the government lan_.  Although there are hundreds of  acres of hay land that have not been  touched the Indians who naturally  resent what they believe to be the in- >  trusion of the white people claiming  all the land as their own by right of  priority in the valley, make trouble  for the white hay **iii-,tei*s at-  every  j-jvuiritri-iTmifcir  ��������� r-*-���������--������������������"^ ������  The principal trouble this year oe-  cured when some Indians threatened  Frank Lewis and drove him from the  hay he hod already cut.   The Indians  claim they have cut their hay at this  particular place for years while the  old-time ranchers say hay has never  before  been^ cut  there. " Mr.  Lewis'  complained to Policeman? Gunu who,  as the definite b_und_y of the I_.3mn  reservation is not known was at a, loss  rvhai tc do  hacauas ;aO   -/i.sl^iico wftt*  committed whereby he co"uld act.   He  at once wired to R.  L. T.  Galbraith,  Indian   Agent   and   W.   F.   Teetzel." *  government agent, to come and assist  in nettling matters. -    ,  Mr. Teeczel arrived from Nelson ,  Wednesday and in conference with  Chief Alexander, got him to promise  to si������i������ that Mr. Lewis got h's hay, and  ���������.V'M'iK'i' itiwi to !���������'���������(*���������* t*{io Indians from  vuiU'tH-o iiiuh'i* pi'iialty ������������f loosing th*''  right of cutting hay on the tin If. This  warning ho also gave to tho white men.  This id only ono of the cases occur-  ing this yivir. Ono facuier wiiom>  plauu in located near tho i-e-jei'valion  has been continually botherud by thu  Indians cutting his fences and turning their cattle in to gra/.o on IiIh  properly.  Mi*. Galbraith, who was away at tho  time leU'gi aphcu for, will probably  conto lo Crouton next week and go  into tho matter thoroughly a������ the  Indians, though quieted for a time are  in no pleasant mood.  5   ' '! 1  ���������>   r a-3  "m   'if.  ���������    <"<H-|  .1.!  /' 'I, * j  :,--V"-l  ti'Z'?i  ' vA  *  Lt  t '* -^1  t,<  ���������Before I had a lioonso I sold shoes  wiih a profit of 10 pt,r con t now I make  B per oont.    A. Mirabelli, Shoomnker.  Robert Soott mado a bttBiness trip to  Cranbrook Tnosday.  ���������fiim i.Mrtvy iiibi.4 fi<������* kiaII).     AoulV  tO  ID. L. Taylor, Box 21. Oreston,  ���������-Just arrived, another nhiptuont of  our uesti tea.   ino uumu oa,ji,*j,  T^ie fourteenth annual oouvbntiou of  the Oamidiau Forestry AHHOoiation tor  tho reading and diaouflsing of papers,  and the passing of resolutions bused  thoroou, will bo held upon tho iuvitutiou  of tho Government of British Columbia  in tho City of Viotoria, B. C. on Wed-  noHduy, Thursduy aud Friday, tt.ipt. 4,  5 & 6,1012. Sir Richard MoBrido, Premier of the Provinoo, and Hon. W. R.  Ross, Miulstor of Lands, aro taking a  porsoual interest iu this convention, and  will address tho delegates upon thin sub-  ���������Iri-oV  rn-   It.**-,!**,   In  *���������������**���������.**#  4>\**<* *i������**f**tTy������4JS'������!������*������*TA^*'   ***wi������     *���������*  j ***,-.    mm -������-,^--.   *������������������.   ������ w m,     j.**. v    --w- n-' - '* ��������� ������������������-���������*"**-    ������-���������-*>      ���������-��������� ���������  British Columbia. While papers aud  address will naturally donl with mat-  tors that oonoern British Columbia thoy  | iUOAUDAlMl ou KmW* *Jt  C.P.R. Ma/ Purchase Limits  Five Umber limits hold hy Goo.  Huscroft nnd Geo. Bonnoy,. up Sullivan Greek, the timber on which is UN-  ttmatod at 75,000,000 foot feot, may  Ronn bn purnlmnad hy tho Caniulin.li  Pacific Railway Company. An ongii  uoor spent several days this week  looking over tho property with a vlow  of finding how difficult It will bo to  get tho titiiboi- out. Crulucrti will probably hooii bo sot to work fcodefcormino.  -rvi**������������iA    r*|jr^i������*rt|*l������*   *lT������#t   t������������iv**4r*������*#*rt'It'   faf   *���������%���������*%)*���������������������������      *+*������������������  '���������*���������'���������"*���������*      ' " "  '  the tiootlon.   Tho cutting of tho timber on those limits will moan work for  a large number of mon aud will be ���������������  } good, aa-iet to Uroatons ludustriun.  ���������tin  .- *���������,'���������'I  mmmwmmmmmmmmmmm.  mm WI..IIW���������W���������,ii4������iii���������ii,, imximmmmmm  ���������gtwgtjlwiiiiiiiiaii^oiiiiiWi>iiiiiii,iiiMiiwii  '���������" ���������,^(iifW"i*^****'>**T****^'-4i������.^M#***'1 m������nm*nmi in  , .������,  ':W\  '.'.;'���������": :".:,.j  .-..  vit-i^s  -liJSS-.l!  ^  ->'*������y^Hi| S3SS93������35E_!  ������������,��������� BHilJ l|������  mmmmmmmmm.  ,'ii-|,ji-i..i,Jijj_.',  '.���������n?Big.H'wi|.|ii-|ii*,i*u|i--.|u*..j-..u-i|-'.' ...  ;:.'Ai.y'jjg.^Rvai^aii.'s,.iMi,'ti4,U-*aift'i-  aggaii.g.wijBxaujLL. _ ^  ^.'t--7.'^--tr'i;^rt'"t^"o"--'^-'^  -;w;taMy:^T.wri.-^y..,  yr>.vx<'!&<frf������*.  vS^S'SsSls'S'  ieit.-.  THE   CBESTON y KEf\__W,  li  ��������� i  s -  1  w  FRED M,  WHITE  LONDON  W4^tO.*LOCK._ CO., LIMITS������  ���������h������4\ A bitter smile, crossed the old man's ,  \}\ ta.ee. - i  " '     I shouldn't have thought you'd ask  what you were to do sir, he said. But  I'm not going to stand it.      I'm not  _oing to sit down quietly and "see tiiis  ! game going on.      I daresay you think  jit will be baa for Miss May if this  I thing   comes  out.       But   bless  you!  ��������� if you go the right way to work nothing   will   come   out.       That   there.  colt mustn't be scratched., .You leave  him where he is aud he's certain lo  win the  Derby.       You are the very  man to step in and stop the game;  Let Sir    George    know    what,   your  power is.      Let Copley see that he's  got  a  gentleman  to  deal   with.       It  will   ruin "Copley   and   his   mob,   but  i-hat   doesn't- matter.       They   are   a  fins set of tbieves, sir, if you ask me,  ���������?i>y  Ra_ors of Centuries Ago  We   wear   thmg&'<.-and  "use  <���������>.���������*  It  (Continued.) ���������--.  Didn't you say you must be back  in town on Tuesday? Didn't you say  something about your pupils? Well  suppose you go up on that day and  I follow you on Wednesday. It would  arouse 'suspicion.'for us both to go at  tbe same time, and indeed I would  ask you to stay longer only I can't  breathe here. . Knowing what I do.  it is hateful to have tj*> sit down to  the same table with my father. I  daresay I shall come to forgive him  in time, but for "the present it is beyond my strength. And air. Copley  is always about tlie house. Do ���������  and make it Tuesday if you can.  ,seems so horrid-of me���������  Alice rose from her seat and kissed  the speaker affectionately.  I, won't hear another word, she  said. It is not in the least horrid  of you. And I will gladly do all I  can to help you.  Tuesday came at length and Alice  "Carden *went away, leaving Mary  her own melancholy thoughts. She  had not seen Harry Fielden for a few  days and she was thankful he had uol  been near her. It would be hard  parting from ,hifn. It would be difficult to say good-bye without betraying herself or giving him some inkling of what had happened.      After  sir, ana.  ley  so.       Now I   would  like  to hear  your opinion. \  Fielden had no particular opinion to  offer. At tne same time, he _ao m-  formation in his possession wnica  would have astpnisueu Kanie if . ne  count oniy have seen into the mui_  of ms oia master. Pressing as cue I  matter was, it was not possime u> j  act on tne spur 01' the moment, ana |  i'ielufcn contented himseit by .saying j  ne would thinii ''over uie matter. j  But you can't do it, sir,  nauie pro- ���������'  'iuere s   no, time   to   Wuoie���������'}  ������911  Cramming down ill-chosen Y  fcod. and rushing back to ?  work, 'leads straight to.dyspepsia, with allit means in  ihisery. ."Y  Proper 'habits   of  eating.,?  with   a   Na-Drii-Co   DysY?"  pepsia  Tablet   after  each-  lucai,   restore   good  viigCS-���������:  tion, health and happiness.?'1  A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but :  50c. at your Druggist's.  National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada* Limited.  YY-?Y. -':-?i*8?-'  daily, of the origin 6f--whlcb we have-  ndt the slightest idea,, and we're "wS  Jto bo asked concerning their .history  we would be at a loss to answer.  ;Y?This   was    illustrated   .when    two  iyohng men   well but-quietly dressed,  sWereY admi'-ing a well "known  picture*  lofVlife  in  the  tlmo of  Julius  Cut-sal  j ^hich was exhibited in a shop window.  y?:Onepf the men remarked, while lopk-  p'higYat the .picture, *that ho - wonder sd  tiy Show Yah**   Romans   kept-theh-   faces  ??}.smooth   and whether they ever shav  -2.iJ.:-Z^?!������Z^'::iii%'''-K*%;?i''  '."-j-^^j;;.".^^^^'^^  ^--^F'.r.yr-^'."-''''  mim  ed;   and  if they .shaved,  what were  ^their razors like?'   "Neither    of-  th*?  ?men could  ans.wer; the question,^ a*ad  so   they   immediately   consulted   vat>  ?i6us  authorities - on   the   subject  and  kfouud   to their surprise, that razors  fcwere lised for shaving in a very early  Jpart of tho world', history.  | JYTho Egyptians  used  some kind of  ?aY;r������;sor?? though   the   Levitioal' code  l^p'rea-dy' forbade *the shaving of the  ?ueard.      It is believed the primitive  tshavlng   Instruments   were   made   of  ?srVarpcned   flints.       Savages   in   the  j remote  islands  scattered   throughout j r;  '"������*-,������* .-Pacific    still   us<>   two   pieces   of lis  .-.flint-of the same slue ror this purpose j|5  and pieces of shells or shark's teoth i S3  a?e also used. . ������,  Sf=rS3,B  nag  FOR  ^1AK-MO  SO-PTfeNiM������ WATER;  REMOVING PAINT,  DISINFECTING SINKS  CtOS������TS,D^A������NS,ET���������  ���������mam  sold everywhere  refuse: substitutes  te^tea.  liKO  HUDSON . BAY TIMBER  oil      XiSS      t-O      Ul- ���������  soiuU-uu  and  maybe a teie&rain-s ui-j  I'eajy   ������'OUe    LO   IauUUUU   to   LaaUi,   e.iCd.   |  me mAoijuiei: aiuy oe done, ���������  . jay.. .Jove,  i   un_��������� i  ULoa^nt -of   that,.,  C'lt-.tiell        bAC'lUAAAACU . jn.ll        llglAA,       UUO,   \  it win ue a uivjol uupitiuoauv *<av;v;i' oa j  l    oUolUt*S>������>,      UUt     J.     SOU     AlU,:       A.AA4AI.     tL      LllUjI.   J  uul     L,e    put.    Oil    iiu",   . AUjlgerl*.       ill    0v> j  I otActl&iii.    uvW*    IO    XaUJ CaaaVac    i*aj av    U_>a \  to i o..,e u.r ticoige ai uuce. ]  toil* Ueorge was iu ais library.    He !  UcMl ������,ivtin LlSUUCiuUiS tu \,uv OULlv l  tU   UfcA.y    UlUJ.    AO   fvUij    OII.C. All    laCi,  lit" Vyiia t>tii!.eU uy '-tie lii������i_Ay Ulf iis������u-  iAig <������. itcLfer \\ mcu Atj-ttj, u������a i������it ''iv.-  4J.AAAJ..       k>nti  nuu. uot itiiucdu  uiii.w..������.���������  ollti IXHii _OAle aimiaI^ iui- itaSUUa vti^.i  twUvjWU    Lvi    uaaU,   SJifc-   Sil.a,   aaaavj   ixvl'   ������Ava-  lU       AAiA.^   UUU*   .  Experienced   Cruiser   Describes ��������� Spiit  Lake Conditions.'iv:?  Interesting observations.with regard  to tho timber of the Hudson Bay Re-;  gion   (the  southern  part  of the  old?  district of Keew"-atin") are found In the  1911 report of the Director ot Forest  p'ubll   5..      w.v  part of the: Annual  Iteppr*  of the Department of the. In--  tetior for 1911.     r "' ;:.;':..YYY'  Mr.   J.   T.   G?  Whyte,    an    exper--  ienced timber cruiser ami ni^ vanger-  (who has since been drowned  while  ������n discharge .-of. hi.**:'duty"i reports on?  the  conditlons'.-of;:''ihe''--fore^t.''':'ardi������iaVr?.  Split Lak������   on ai*. area of about 2400?  square miles.      This whole territory?  was  originally   covered   with   fore^tY  The island in Split Lake still Jiear,  and    Jack    Pine,  ^Minard'ci Linimont Co., Limited.  ? Gentlemen,-���������In Jvno, '98, 1 had my  hand and wrist bitten ana oaaiy mangled by -a vicious horse. I suffered  greatly for several days and the  tooth cuts refused to heal until your  acont gave me a bottle of MINARD'S  '���������-EtNl.MKNT. which    I    began    using.  The- effect was magical; -In live hours%  the pain had ceased and in two weeks  ���������'.lie wounds had completely healed and  :iny Jinnd   ii'id arm   were as  weii  as  t?f>yer?  Yours truly,  A. E    ROY,  Carriage Maker.  l^t? Antoine, P.Q.  II  u  y  jh  for'railway ties, ^oles  and' lui-*bf������r.  i     All the rest of the country has been  Threshing With oxen  ??%he methods and implements of ag-  riCUit'ire in Cyprus are still somewhat  primitive, ��������� and the light wooden  plough, drawn by oxen, merely turns  .up the soil a few inches. Steam  ploughs.- self-binders, etc., are un-  fe-rtown here but every effort is being  made by the Agricultural Department  to induce the peasantry to adopt more  scientific methods and modern implements.  - Ploughing commences' in January.  aCfter the winter i-ftiris, ' and about  ?P.Iarch or April the field is cross  ploughed.    Sowing.begins. as������a rule,  she wonder-!     jt-s aot done vet, Sir George said <  **"-������^������j ������*^ *������������������ *-������*- ������������������������*:*"���������*- ~ryr-~--1 aft������?r the autumn rains, and the har-  i     -.Ai, _os. u        .       ������ another crop of trees.      The-presence ivest takes place at  the etl^ of May,  lunch en Wednesday she stole out otj ^^.^  ^att^-ea  iiottt.ua;  the house and walked to the statusn. * ^   ���������curSe ^������as   iuoxvi_s   iiaivivuiw.- i _pruce. Tamarack  She had sent all her belongings away j^^ auu ferey and. uvumiU asfi^uv,_'  by  Alice Carden  the  dayxbefore.  sp'i t^-.j^   UiS   >.vai'   i>a=t  mu   wuirr  u������������  that when she took her ticket to Lon-,-' euiciea vae u^r-iiy.        sir   -v^&c8-'  don it might seem that she was A-ii.y ��������� uiauUtC Wa.s   u>-������. ������ucouia0Ans auu nv; i Durned over at least once within the  going up for the,day.     She would not i k.urav uc-uiauuicu to kuo>.   tu������* nicaiA-'j past lorty or fifty years, and the tiiu-  mind the new life, so she thought, and i  ^ oi ltlij. avuU;ilou i her   which  dates  from  the last  lire.!  she hardened her heart as she looked ; iMtiden  said,  but  my jra-ely  exceeds  three or  four  inches  o-at of  the   carriage  window.       But-! ^^   :.    _  " ,.:.!rf   ,...,   ���������������������,.      asj.- i   u>   in 'diiunetei .       The   shores  of   Split  ail tbe same, she was glad to ������P"������^j "^"ITanaT^i: vou have siruca 'iat-i-Lake  have been burned  over, on^an  self alone, for the tears would came-��������� um.***-..*.*uo _u������**������- -   -   .    ^    weCMV? ���������   average once every    season.        Pqr-  and the old familiar landscape grew j wtunwa .-.on. ou*. ut  i^������ ������������ j tunately  in  this  district  the   soil   is  dim and blurred.   '       '��������� : '������������������ ae*'e* _      _ .,., i nsnailv de^. and can always support  What would they say  -pia   when they    knew.        Aad    "������'Hat [ inrjigaaMlv, but u wm o������ uuue u������������ : o{ mercbaI)table forests in protected  would Harry Fielden think?      But at J aueruoon.      Perhaps you wouia .1a*.v. j si^tions proyes that the yourigfor-  that very moment, Harry Fielden had i lo IurUi<i it? ] est now started will become sufilcient-  sosaething else to occupy    his at*������n-j     , d ��������� and must> Fielden said qult^ly     __      .������,_. gee   lhe  horss does  not  uelo_gtpuip Industrie    and supply  r.i  v.m   kt  all-       lis  happeus  to  be j popuiSrtioh. if it can be prot  -c   ^-u  ������*- , ��������� ��������� verv    little   of the land  mxmimmirtmmmmmmtmmemmammmmxmmmammmmmi'mx^xmmixmmmxmmmxxi -mi i<^4^���������^���������_���������������^__���������__������������������������-������  " Clinton Motor Trucks  to Market Them With  Looks a Good Combination to Assure Good  Feeling in Wesern Canada.  Clinton Deiiveris Cars are as Uset  n  to the Busu Farnier as to the Town  I        JL     Ml ��������� Tfcg        I    I I      ������������������    I        I    ������������������        II I I I I    I   ���������������������������   ������������������-..-  Let Us Send You Catalo.  ^tlon. He wa3 walking across the  Downs towards Haredale Park with  Baiffie and the latter was speaking  Ids mind very freely:  I won't be quiet, sir. and 1 won't |  keep my mouth shut, he said.      I tell i  you, Mr.  Harry, it is a foul -conspir-1  acy and there    are    no    two    ways  -abont.it.    Sir    George    gave    me    a  week  to  try  to  pull  the  colt  round.  and he says, says he. Mallow, if he's  no better by that time, he  is to be  scratched.      Those were my instructions and Sir George confirmed them  this morning.      Now I am not, going  to sny that.the colt, is much better,  but. T am prepared to pledge my reputation    and   it   Is   worth   something,  that, I'll get him fit. in a month.    The  ���������whole thing has been    arranged    between Sir George, and that, man Copley, so that, the horse can he scratched for the Derby.    The public aro to  bellevoi that Sir George has? been unfortunate,   but  has  played   the  game  -like a  gentleman  and   a   sportsman.  "W.ill, you may have what opinion you  "like, but.  1  know better.    Mind   you.  if I didn't  know what. I did I should  put up  with it. and  hold  my tonaue,  hecatiHo I am only a  servant, and no  one can   blame   me   for  obeying   my  .    orderH.    Rut 1 hove been making Inquiries- and 1 find that Copley und his  ganp; have been laying thick and thin  ngalns'   the  colt,  for  the  past. week.  Ami do yon menu    lo   toll    me   they  could know lhe colt would ho nrrnteh-  ed  If  they  hadn't  got  Sir  George  In  their power?  What,  do  you    want,    mo    to    do?  Fieldmi asked.  ;ine.  .--.   r _. _        a    large  Ha  happens  to be j population, if it can be protected from}  fire-     Very    little   of the land   trav-'  ersed  by Mr.   Whyte is suitable for  agriculture; a     ?  Mr. J. T. Blackford, fire ranger at"  Oxford House, reports similar conditions bn about 5400 square miles of  territory In that region. Y^  Skin Al! 'Covered  With Eruption  S. TTfnrl  'i .ir.iif.  Trie<_ Many Remedie* 3 or 4 Yeart.  Cuticura iioap and O'.nUr.er.t Cured.  A Qiif-liof* man.  N".  ll.nrl  Turillf. of Bt.  duilmlr, v/vili'i in a Ii-iht ilal-il Mar. .'ll. 1011:  "I hail u, v,-r,   i,a,i .mm, 4.,i i'>,,i..*  ..!.!,  ������������������iiij.ii,..., ���������'.���������'.���������"  ������������������-.-, *������������������������������������     * I,-.v.- in.,i rill of  1)1, th  my  -illiiiiii|������ i'i > <. v , -1. ��������� 1  V.IUI  it, uiiil  Hi"  li.|*h viait 'if i,"   uriii,. ami  my f.i, <���������, tint  It  wits tli,' iviir-t on mv -limilili-r-i.   1 t������ii-.| nmny  iluTiTi-nf ri'in>,'l|i'-> in 'un' it, l.ut 11011111111: ^ui  ���������ny ;;ii(iil.    ,\i lu->t I ui-ni 10 uu iij-hiIji-i ary.  Ill- aski-il  mi* if  I  liu'V i'vit uh������-i| l.iti. u.a.  t-UMip uml **im 1 i4i.lit.    T Kit'l him no, uinl I  IhiiikIiI  it Ihix, of Cutleiira filnlnu-nf  nri'l  ������  ral.!' of Ci.t., ur.i f'lUii.    I uv.i-il llir.������������������������ liiimi  nf  Ci'.tlcurn   oiiitiiuiit,   hut  I   am  -lu.<l   of  llin DBtnc, 1cr t'liiiriirn Hh-iii ami oniiiinui  ri>HM>ii-i,iv  i'uri",l   nn- of  in;,'  f������Klri i-nij.iion.  J ..;.:,-_'.   t1 ���������������������������   <>,'���������,������������������,���������������������������-   riln?rnr";i!  ������n>   "0   inv  ���������niiA- i,.-.."!-, .iti     !  '.\;',::\'. tlint  ��������������� aa.i-I..:u.* rnv  (wr ���������villi tli' c'Milcur.i Monti. It Mrnl.'f'I mv  ���������ruiHK.ii frmi. 1UI1111,, uinl I>uii.,..a.    ' '.-.   t  iMiiiiy  r.'iii'-ilu'i  i|uriitM  ihi������-..i m   ("i,t   .,.,,1  but ������-iiiU-iiru- Moo" ami oiiuiiiail uin-.n n... *  .  ifcUrrm-iH   N, Iii-nri  iiu.lit,  fiK.-nrii   <-i<iitti   art'     olnlroM)*   art-,   nM  ttiiiiiiKlioiit   ill     worm,   uul   ���������'������   in..',    ', ���������  *.���������,,.     ..,' ;   ,      ��������� ���������!���������     I ������������������"   *������������������ r.m  ..���������,t   ���������,.,.   ,,,,.  lull fn ,1, 11 -..v,v in iidn,nt, n llli, tul -.>ar111-n-  ���������it i������4ti with a M'.'-n. I,ix,l hi on ti,,- ^ in  anil iiralp will tir ni-iili*'t fr������><*. no aa 1 > 1 ��������� 11 < *ii>>n.  A'i<ll"'"������      |Vill,T     l>",r     .V      <   II. ill       I  >,.l<..     IJm  Oiluiuliati  A'.C,  IiioloU,   U. t>. X.  W     IM     ll     010  CHAPTER XXXVII  Between Two Fires  Sir George Haredale pulled himself  together.  You will excuse me. he said, but I  don't foliosv you. I have had much  trouble and worry lately and I am  not myself this morning. Did I understand you to say that ths Blenheim colt belonged to-you? If this ,  Is a new kind of joke 1 cannot say i 1  admire  it.  I assure you I was never more ser-,i  ions in my life, Sir George, Fielden I  protested.        I    know    what    I    say  sounds extraordinary.      It    is    very  like a chapter from a novel,, but nevertheless   is   absolutely   true.       The  Blenheim colt belongs to me; it was  never yours at all;   in fact, it is not  even entered in t.hhj' year's Derby in  your name.      I have been making inquiries, and this 5s positively a fact.  I have  got  all  my  information  from  headquarters and  there  it iri.       The  conditions,   monetary   and   otherwise,  have been complied with���������  I don't doubt, it for a moment, Sir  George exclaimed. But what has all  this to do with tne? When you went  abroad I bough? every animal you  possessed.  I don't, think  so,  Sir George.   0m-  or two were kept hack; in'fact. Ralflt-  Mid so on bis own responsibility.   My  solicitors have all the papers uinl  receipts,  so  that   it  is  possible  to  i-ar-  mark   your  rx*'<'1   purchases.    I   may  tell you, until  I rami; hire 1 had  no  notion of this extraordinary buslnt sb.  It appears that I loi������';ot to advise my  hankers   before   1   left   England,   and  that, even up to lhe present, moment  : they  are   meeting  my   racing  ohliga  tions rut of the surplus moneys paid  Yin to  uiy  lU'cmn;,    Now  accordlns  to  what   I.afi'e   r-a.ys.  your  colt,   I   mean  1 yom* entry for this year's Derby, was  disposed  of long ago,       My colt  Rnf-  , tie kept  for sentimental reusons and,  for  the  lasi   two  years,  he   lias  beep  i tralnrd   with   your   horses.       lt   bus  j always been u mania with 'nnfflo that  ', some   May  lie   wonld    do    something  j great wiih one of tho Rlenluini blond.  ] When he found out  how gond a IhlitR  hf had c-it. he was almost.frightened ,  ; He  w;w on the point  ov-r-onte.'-Htii!'   m  yiui Hevi'nil time1*, but  when he heavl  that  1  was deaM he    doi-Mol    to    lot  ' ni'ttii'n*  slide.       Hofrie has a  vein of  '���������cut Intent   In   hi"  tint arc   and.   I   smii"  posi', Uii' roiiiaiii'i' ol" iln- tiling appeal- ,  ed   to  hint.        Hrsldes,   he  knew   tlmt I  vou  win* a   frietid  of  mine ami  that  1  u-iv nuu more than u friend.      lie hi  vi'iv ttmd of your ilaiighior. in \v1.i.*',  ! .hi*   i-lii.ws   iu>   g'.ui'i   m.'.ii..       A:..-i  <'i ��������� f'loll'li old man hit 01, the ide;1  ���������of fiiylnu iifii'iim* ahout It. 11- had  transferred -hi"* nlleirlnnee to you imd  y<mr" and had net hiK henvi upon ir-  titoriia* your faintly fori uiie*" *. hi real-  Ity he \vn������ I'.lrlilH May a eoMilorl'idlc  nnd ulilcd future. lie M'iIii'i v.hii'  ihe itioni-y for hlniHolf. ||(. ivjic nil.  Ihfii-M to feel thai he was n-payiua all ,  ih.-   l-'ii;dne::'    )>.������  bfid     hud     al     vn'ivl  i imiM       1  iiiiimi   mi.11  11 ��������� iiii ,1  ,,:,,:, j  III r fit 1   pOlll!    of   Vil������W   the   Ml 111'!   I"   Opl-Tl j  io   re'lhllle,    hill    t ii,. I ���������-   it    Is.   ..li,!    !    ������������������"������������������  rt.'e to pi ove alt   I  iMiy    t liroiii.'h     my j  IriM-yerii   Mirmti.-h  my  hllllliet*',  thromil) j  Itiiff 1������������ h.lai'-i'lf. nnd throm-h wltni mh"- i  M'MIMII    AM-    I  ,,,,    ,,,,,,,,,,,   , "' "���������    '      '    ':   ; - -i.i.i ti\f ifnitiltii' ������ 1 r 1'��������� 11 f 1'h '  hut   that.   ;it    lhe   ino'im lit     I     he-hli |  MiK   liolnt Tlie   point    !���������*   thai    Ih"  il!'iil'.rlm eo!t   whlf'h. hat  iirildeiits.  Ih  I i"i-r':i!n   in   wm   t ill-4   yi.iiS,   I.,-i'  Ijoii  it**���������    perfectly   well   .iw.iii--  tlo lie Gonttttuuil*  Ml  June,  July,  and.  August.    The  grain  is threshed out In a peculiar manner.  ���������It*'is  placed  on   the   threshing  floor,  and threshed out by m<?aiis of a yoke  of-oxen,'attached to a board studded  with  hints, on which  sits the driver.] jjj  and the combined weight of the driver 1  and the roughness or the flints breaks i  the grain.'    The    straw,    which   -is I  much.broken in this process, is mixed  ��������� with, chaff,, and used as fodder.  The CHntoh Motor Car Co., Limited il a  > Wir-xatpeg OMee:-507 Sargent Ave. A\  W  STERNS     &     BURTON.     Saskatoon  Sole   Agents   for     Saskatchewan  Ready-made   Medicine.���������You     need  ���������" ������������������.?. no -physician for ordinary  ills .when  ' Settling a Disnute you have at hand    a    bottle    of   Dr.  t   must   insist,    sir,   exclaimed   the   Thomas'  Eclectric  Oil.    For  coughs.  I poo-pels  person,   that   the; device  is   colds.:.������������ *J^^���������������2Si tnSS  And I am equally confident that it   bruises, sprains    it    is    unsurpassed, ��������� |  is a water-plug, retorted the mild *in- "while for cu-,3. sores. uicsr������ aru.  .n_ i a  K - like  it  is an  unquestionable healer. IB  It   nei:ds   no   testimonial   other   il*~" ��������� -  dividui.1  Now, my dear sir, puffed the pompous person, thir. device was put here  primarily as a plug on which to attach a hose in case of fire in the vicinity. Therefore it is absolutely  impossible .that it can be anything  but a fire-plug.  You are entirely   wrong,    declared I  the other.     This plug was placed here j  to supply water.      Consequently it 13  a wat-r plug.      It It supplied lire���������  why.   then   of  course,"  if,  would  be  a  lire-plug.  The pompous person stopped a passing   pi.ileM.riau.  Sir. he tiegan, 1 desire to appeal to  vour Intelligence. This gentleman  has iv'couic involved in an artrument  wiih mo. Tie insists that this de-  vine is a vvater-plug, while I, \yith  i'(|u,ti - (���������oniidenofi,' claim that It Is a  ���������itre-plug.   ' Will you kindly sctifc the  Ci.i lainly. replied the pedestrian.  You say this is a fire-plug, and your  friend declares It Is a water plug.  Juki let me investigate.  He looked carefully at the plug and  rapped it gently with his cane.  I greatly fear you are both wrong,  '. o llniill:' remarked. This appears  to bo an iron plug.  HEAD OFFICE.      -WINNIPEG  This  company  acts in'the capacity *->���������  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR'  * ._iu we buan be glad to torward copy^ ol ' our    _.oo������_ei    "Som-iiblajs  rbcut Trusts, Trust*?eg and Trutst' Companies." on request.  r.i/Mvit=-A/  tq  i rt_w   qn   FARM   PROPERTY AT CURRENT  RATES  ���������������>,.,_.    .      -   . op |NTEREST  the use. and that-will  as to its effectiveness  itisfy  thafc  anyone  *���������*���������*  doesn't  George���������She  sings nicely.  she? ^    .,  Tom���������Oh  yes, when she sings they  have to clothe the windows.  George���������My goodness!  "What for?  Tom���������Her voice    is    so    sweet    it  draws' the files.  TO submit to a headache Is to waste energy, time and comfort  To.stop it at once simply take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Your Drugf-lst will confirm our statement that they do not contain  [-anything that can harm heart or nervous system.     !25c. a box.  NATIONAL DRUQ AND CHCMICAC-CO. OF CANADA. LIMITED.   124  Dreased Fowl  The country had never looked so  heiutil'ul. It, waa the heydey of  Hummer, and the setting sun gilded  the vcrob and glinted on the tiny  paues beneath the old thatched roof,  f.lttle Willie, Who waa a town-bred  hey, and had never before visited the  country, occupied an old ftiKhloned  htool benlde the farmer's wife, marvelling at all around hint.  Uv and hy the. good lady began lo  pluck a chicken that was destined for  the in xt day's dinner, and the little  boy marveled tho more.  A'i the fcnthfTH eaine from the de-  luiu't bird and wore dropped into a  ha-d'oi Willie's attention hieanie more  ami more fixed, aiid'hla mind heimn  to work freely. Plually, he couUl  --t .-< -..I It nn Uit.S'r. ���������: n \tr. blurted out:  Do -irti take oil their clothes every  ���������,u,.'lu, I'uulie.  rt  The time will come, thundered a  Suffragist orator, when women ��������� will  get a man's wages! ���������  Yes, sadlv muttered a man on the  rear seat���������next Saturday night.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures .Colds,  Etc.  Practical Adylc������  ���������Mr. Tiovelor was ono of those People who on every possible occasion  consulted his solicitor. Nothing  pleased him more than to go to law.  Tho lawyer?, regarded him as un in-  valunblo n'sspt.  I have been grossly Insulted! ho exclaimed, rushing Into the office of hlr.  solicitor for the !->uvoiilh timet In throe  days. *���������  In what way. asked the solicitor,  sorr.ewhat wearily  My next-door neighbor has declared  lie   will   pull   my   hobo   next,   time   he  "U'Ot-*   me.  It?    ���������  Well, said the former, an If ho hnd  given the ' enne due deliberation, I  should soup It, then lt. will slip  through his fingers. Good day! My  hill will follow in due courius  The Winnipeg Mineral Springs Sanitarium, Elmwood, Winnipeg  - PHONE ST.  .I0HN 1021  We  hove   not  "\itii niueh  buccobh  sinci* 'the   opi!iiiii,j  of  our Sanitarium,   hi  the m"tnicnt . f 'he allowing dlBcasesi-^Stomach, kidneyt and liver trpubleB,  ������������������rheumatism   In   Hevere    forms!   constipation,     nervous     troubles, ^catarrhal  ���������CO'?'hl^w1nifl������'^1vAlmaw'iiBl  BprlnKS  Ban'ltnrluin  system  comprises all   kinds  of  mliu'i'-i    I       h,     electric URht  VwthM.  electrlelly.  X-llriy.  uml  massiiBc.  "     PlViiKe sc'tm a postal tAir boi-ildot nnd terms, etc...  to.  DR.     A,   D.   CAFtSCALLEiM. SuijerliitQndent.  ���������ff-flr*****^.----*^ ii"T  No so Dusty  'Tw'us not the month of March, but  all the same'twas gusty and dusty���������  uncomfortably  ,,'usty and    dusty,    in  ' Particle*'of tho eavth In tho form  of grit filled one s eyes, earn, nose and  i mouth.'une*  scrap*-"   of  Tory  newspa*  ! pei^   cIv.iho.c1   shreds   of   Liberal   pub- |  What shall  I do .about Ij [���������(..,flopr,   with  horrid   glee,  ami   with i  ' ljjinour leaflola nf their heols.  Mrs.'VrlKld-, after much struggling  against the bluster, at length reached  her doBtlivttlon--the grocer's shop.  Yos  ma'am? beamed Sat-dem, hunt-  enlng "I'orwartl and  piiwlng the conn  ter  with' eager anticipation.  A pound of tea���������and quickly! eunie  (he  I art  retort.  Yoii'tii. Oerralnly. Very dusty  to-dny. isn't It?  Kndly Mru.  Frigid turned her eyes  from  tlio scales.  It always In, she retorted blttenly.  or court*'* I am wrong'. 1 am al-  wiiys wrong, ani I not? exclaimed an  irate btiKbnnd durlnti an altercation  with hi'-   wife,  No. Mem* was 1h.' Irrltiilingly tiweet  annw.-r;  not  alwi-ys.  Nfit  'Kv'-vw!  echoed    her   hiiHhaml.  Why,  whenever dld.ymi allow that i j l','\yuJ;,���������"  wis right  I.am v.ofiif, iieui, v\ini4 ,>i>i' ."iini  \.m   Merc  wrong.       1   aald  you   win  i i^iii linn in <���������'.iifessUig It  Twenty-Three Years In Bed  Tho .lay) of our yearr, are three-  score year1*, and ten. slngft tho T'aalni-  iBt; and the man or woman who attains that ag** spends years of his  life lu doing what urn regarded ap  eomniiiti A 'illy  aetlomi.  The average perpon of Hovonty has  Rnent no fewer than twenty-three  yr>i,M in hod. assuming thai hl-������  nightly nleep ban been eight hours  IhvrMM-hont hl������ life. VIohI pennh'  Rp'end about, lll'loeii mlnutns u May  over the cafe of their teeth. The  H'-ptungonnrlanti hnve IhuH apemt  inoHl a yeitr In this way,  How    long    have  they  ��������� Hpont  t  The Coa   Shoot .'���������.-.  Poor Mary Ann was positively sick-  of it. Frcm ni'orhliig -till night her  mlstreBfl bullied her, accusing her of  wilful extravagance and other domestic cr'mos  . ���������'������������������*'>v  \veek������-   M.A.   Imre  tho accuna-  tlonu   horociallyj   but   tho   breaking*  i i.    liiuu:    I'vuiituully,    wluin    tiho  ���������i fin M hung what huppened ? in  this* spirit sho npproached her tnlH-  li: urt, und sole.iniily ropdrU-d that tlio-  ���������joal-cfcllar wiih bare.  .Ius������   llko you!   nagged  tho mim-un.  I don't know  what you do -with, tho*  coiiIh!       Vo'i  miiHt eat l,h(>ni!  An hour or two later Mary Ann hntf  to nuiko It known In tho land that  there were no morn caudles lh tha.  Htoro.        '  >��������� ,,,ii���������h >.-e'i"! Hiiapped iho old lady  Irritably* Why .1 bought half ������  ,    .  i. i. hh than a month ago! *.  YeH,   ma'am,  rejoined   Iho  maid' oft'  nil work tartly, but 1 ato them, uo that  And the wind Hhrleked Ii.h appl'iimo, 1 could hwallow tlio coal moro easily.  A  WOMAN'S  1VISOOM.  ni  nt  I able?      Allow 11.    1 "' J������T l '��������������������� j he h������d lor only 31������*. in  meal,  and   the nimwer  Ih  rIx  yeai it. { ,     u   BdvUor ,n ������������������y ^  tn nil their life three ^������ "'J���������^ I SS'lSXS J7 r!  i.,.i.-..  h.-ien  eoiiiiumed.  Rtippnotni*"  tnnt     .     . ,. ., . ,  III, ,1  ��������� >.  Koll cnriiH are difficult to eradicate.  Imi   llollowuv'w Corn  Cure   will  .li.iw  .  *i, .. ,��������� ������.���������  Vanliee (hnu-.Mili* ol Aiueiuiiii himii  .���������H'h m> hoi It I'lirns the wliti** oil the  ������l."H.  I'.il Thai'h uojhlug to If'' '>'M W������*  bu.'e lo feed hens on lee eream to  Uefp them Iron- laying boiled i-ubk.  ccmaunu'd. puppoolnr: <hnt  lb*- latter are put end to end. In-  oi.,.ii,,,. le-i coffee, and milk, three  hundred birrolu of llqulil have bc:pn  neeounled for.  '���������"he office man of aevoniy Iuih put  In five yeirn In walking to the Rta-  tlon anil' to bin tfice. A woman of  unveil!v. even Klmpb In her dreiHH, Iioh  taWen    .iev������-ii    yeain   in   cloiimiK    nm-  A  mtin and u    woman    who    huvo  reached  the nllqlled  upan of life will  have imed  tdx huitdred  i>i������Ii*h of hootii  he,w<en  ������hcm. four hundred diesHCH, i  and five liundred hiitn.  it\e worried moilicr wake* up to iiear iter b*l)>'������ heavy bre������tiu'o*������������������������) iicci������  couith���������perhnpi" the oroup or whoopln** oou*������h. She dorg not vrniit to ������end lor the  dootor when neihapii the trouble doea not nmouiit to muoli. Finnlly the thinkti ol  that medical book her father.gave her, The Common Seme Medical Adviser, by  K. V. Pieroe, M. D. She aaya ")uat the thing to find out what ia the matter with  the little dear."    Two million houteholda in thla oountry own one ���������and   it'a ter*  atampa���������1,000 pagea in splendid cloth binding.     A ijoftd  emerdenoy.    It ia lor tithtr im.    This ia what#many woimm*  write Dr. I'leroe���������in reapeot to hia " Favorite  Preaoription," a remedy whioh haa-  maue thousanda oi meianeiiuly and miaeraitlr -^nineii ohetirlul and hanny, by ourib^..  the i>������i_(iil ttoiikMiily Uise������i.������a wliioli uudcrirtiim M wutCfHw's licallh hmU nt'cuiitli.  Uaa. ZUMWT AMD &A-I*.  "Aly dcHlro Ih to write a few ilncv. to let, vou Know in hat  ���������four valiiulit.1 iM.ill.li.r. ha:; dr.'nc for me." wrlten Mw*.  Makoakct 'AvKiir.ivr, oj X'.t M. llrritalon Ntr**'*t1 |taltituori\  Md. " Itefore th'- Htortdc came to our house I wan a vi-rv nlc"il  woman. I wrote yon for advice which wan kindly itlven uml  which made me u different wotnun In aimort tune. After  tiiUiny the flr������i", bottle ot 'KAVorlte  Prenrrlptlon' 1 hcjiMia'  itiliDUV tllk   .--a!  1/liHl,   ���������  iiwlili>   .,in v������   i   ������������,.-,   in  Ma ll ������. i.������it.A4,A,yti.  1 -dirt' hit'owtt ���������hfiiisi'U'i-irl'��������� wuANhlnc- or.H Ironlnr. rrKiklWa*..  Hewlnir, and th** wnrHt or all numed three children who h������������������  whoopln** cough. 1 hftr.Hv knew of the iidVMit tj������n minuter  befor*>���������no eaiy* waa It. The baby It* a* Int. a������ a butter*ball.  i"������r PliAte4������.'n KuvurlU. l*r������Mu'rlnt,loii Im Mm hunt ihmIIcIii*, for  Any woman to take when tn thu condition. I recommend if*  to all my friend*."  __L!_lJi!RW^ff!������llKlll������!lll������Wl!lWyfi( m.usmm.\  Sa^-.M.'^A.-Ja.,ari,-������SiJi5f4j  gSSS������Sg*'g'|!WJ^^gsgBB^ ik.i.i.i iVifflj'Aii,V,i,iii,.,MMi^  -tire-. rvsn������jfarfJS.K������������fi-u t���������fLKi  SBhS^^v  .-M6-!5:4riv.iis^S!s������aSii  ���������"o^.j'Eii'jcxisap"  .V"'-'-^''Y:?i?'-''v-^  _v  V-  fcifttf  xiiu      i jmA-iia-wA*-.*-"  TheC.P. R. Agricultural CoHcge  Train^  and  .the   Woyk   it  Accomplished  .  di Saturday evening, June 29, the  Agvicuiturai  College  Special, run  by  lhe Canadian Pacific   Railway,   com-  -nleted its very .successful tour of the  province of   Manitoba.       The   train  was on the> road for 32 days, and ln  ���������that time covered *?il Manitoba tributary to the Canadian pacific Railway.  ������7 different points were visited, 1305  addresses1 given    to    22,900    people,  which   included   9851   men,  7426   women and 5623 of the senior classes of  the  schools.      The. following    is    a  Ijrief outline of the work done on the  train:  When the train arrived at each  .stopping place, tbe car containing the,  stoelc. which consisted of three pure  bred. Holstein cows, one pure bred  .Hereford fat steer, and four types of  the best quality cf work horses and  brcod marcs, was placed at the unloading platform. The first talk on  stock, In which particularly great interest was taken by the farmers, was  '.given by Professor Peters and Mr.  Joi.e5:, his assistant., The subjects  dealt with in horses were the best  types to raise in order to secure the  highest price. , Particular emphasis was laid on raising large heavy  horses for the City market, it being  shown that if a farmer went in for  raising this clat-/. " of . stock, there  ���������would be enough smaller horses come  even after making his best efforts, to  supply horses not too heavy, for the  -farm, "hud the others would bring top  prices   in the City    market. The  - trouble which -*\as experienced last  year in disease In foals was gone into thoroughly by Professor" Peters,  and the best means of stamping cut  this disease was explained'. Fortunately this year the death rate of  colts when very young hnu fallen ou,  tmt is still prevalent, and the farm-  .__rs were -eager to 'find out the best  methods of handling the young colts.  The next .stock talk on the, program was milch cows. The thoroughbred Holstein- cows were recom-  am ,~*~. <3<x#l       *���������>.������->      ������       nr-. ������*���������*- ���������smil a*-wil iv   f n>sxr**.*3      + *������.r*rio  Aiiciiutju    ao    ix    |iun.ivii4ui������^     o������_������^\4������     vj _* ������������������  for   raising   on   Manitoba   farms   for  dairying purposes,  and.  tbe Ayrshire  ���������was   iIeo  recommended.      Thevgeneral  use Vf the Jersey w,*is discouraged  owing to  ito inability to stand  the   rough   conditions   in   the   winter  on   a  Manitoba  farm  on  account  of  Jier weak constitution.      Two ot the  Holstciii cows  were shown as_ being  examples .of  almost  perfect  animals  for milk production, the third, one as  r"������'n������r as  wMi*  hred as the other two  . {ai! three being the, result of a more  tnan   a   csutury's   b- ceding  for   milk  'production)   but what would  be called  a "weed"- in a herd, that is, she  turned her food into -beef instead of  milk,   pnd   would   not   produce   in   a  year mere than 2.000    lbs   cf    milk,  ���������while a cow after    paying    for    her  keep   and   work   in .connection   with  staking" care -of    the    milk?   must    at  least produce 6,000 lbs per year. The  point   made   in   this   connection   was  that the selection of breed alone was  not enough but also each individual  cow had to be selected.      The good  -. nvlking Holstein  in order to furnish  ������   good   prom,   should   at  least  give  eipht or nine thousand^ pounds.  One  cow,  a  prize cow  at  Dominion  City  last year,    produced    18,000    lbs , of  nilk. netting  to  the  owner  a  clear  profit of $305.00.       In    beef    cattle,  the Hereford steer was shown as directly opposite to the 'Iolstoin cows,  that is, all the food the Fioistein could  use was turned into beef production.  The raising of what Is known as the  dual purpose animal v/as discouraged,  it being consideied better to go in for  milk or beef or both? but not to milk  -cov/b Intended only for the raising of  '   "beef?stock.'.     ' YY"''      '    '���������������������������������������������-������������������������������������  A snort talk was alBO given on hog  production, and the raising of sheep.  After  tbe stock-judging,    Principal  Hales of the Brandon Normal School,  gave the mon u short talk on agricultural education In the Public schools,  and  advocated  strongly , more    thorough training of our toncheps In agriculture,  and they in  thoir  turn taking up more of the time'in teaching  that'.subject In the rural districtr, and  also in small plots    for   agricultural  "���������-'purposes ������������������ helng    attached    to    each  ' mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmfmmmm ������.���������ii.     n   ^    ,     J'^ i",i,    ��������� '��������� '   *~mmmm  WEST AH0 HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  i"--m.,W'nmi.ow--i Bowthinq Bvnor hiv*Jm**  .M������"d'"'over BIXTY YKAUBby MILLIONSol  JtOTt-iKKB for their CHILOKHN WHltM  ���������X'HUTlllKO.. With rttUl'BCT aOCCRSB. ������  ���������iooYima the CHILO. SOVTHNB the OOMUl  ALLAY* all PAIN ; CURK& W.ND COLIC, ao*.  Is ilia bcm remedy lor UIAURHOIA. _ It la sb.  eot'Jteiy biirml'!'*". n* mirf mnA m*V tor "Mr*.  ���������Wiustow-a BJHithiuB.Byrup," acd take mm ���������H*****  k'.nil.  Tweuty-Ava cents ������ Wilt.  school.   - Tbre question of consolidate  ed   school"-*   w&s   also  gone  into   bv  Mr. .Hales* and strongly recommend-  *ed for most districts.  Pfotessor Lieo also gave, an interesting lecture on the " identification  and eradication of weeds'. - Farmers, who "were at the meetings last  year came- in bringing with them  weeds which they .had found in their  fields and which'they were unable to  identify, a������ked their names and the  oe'sT way or destroying them. Mr.  Lee dealt particularly with the destruction ot The sow.Thistle, the Canada Thistle Mustard, Wild Oats and  French "Weed. Tho farmers in the  Eastern and Southern jrortions of the  Province were apparently anxious to  find out the best means of d-estroying  niiit" _ /f  ni/   ���������*&*lr  ill    *VV  ui  >*^-?^a!ffli  1!  jiiiiiillilll  iii   i=i  iiiiimii  ,{ili  lliliililil!!  itlllilr. -  Rat* 8_*  tititirti  weeds, and the farmers to tbe "West  and Worth, where the weeds as yet  have hot made the same progress,  were anxious tor their identification.  Seme farmers "tlid not know the Sow  Thistle, althoufeh Mr, Lee was able  to find it on their farms. The farm-  era were warned against this weed  in paiticular, it being-really the otily  weed in Manitoba vrhich takes complete possession of the land, not allowing any grail*, to grow with it. It  is also the only weed which will attack lhe prairie.  Mr. Harrison gave a-talk on fodder  crops, particularly on 'the planting  and raising oi corn and also showed  how a crop of corn could be raised  and do as much good as summer-fallowing, thus .giving the farmer a valuable crop where otherwise his land  would be lying idle. Mr. Harrison  also spoke on tbe raising of timothy, clovdi- and alfalfa, warning the  farmers to be particularly careful to  see ���������"'hat their land was very thoroughly cultivated' and inoculated before sowing alfalfa seed.  Principal Black, closed the meeting  for the men by giving a strong pvac  tical  talk on  the  general  successful-  working of a Manitoba farm azid on  the Agricultural College work, and on  Alia       lia.luoullt,        f.\. .........        t.nm.M       w.^*.  i...~     .������ ..W.J.....,,        .\.a       ^.^ij       jvtl.Afr,      AAJC4A4  and woman, who intended to follow  iui'iiii_fc; a.s a. vocation, taking a.  course in tit,; Agricultural College;  that agriculture had to be handled  in a scientific way the same, it" not  more so, than any other business.  The women's part of ������he program  was first taken by Mrs. "Salisbury,  who gave a' very useful and instructive talk on home nursing, sanitary  conditions in the home, ventilation,  etc.  Professor Broderick then spoke to  the   women   on   horticulture   and   the  beautifying of the    farm    hemp,    the  best way of raising house and garden  plants,   ornamental  shrubbery,  planting oi tree*":, laying out ol' lawns, etc.  Professor   Horner gave a  very   interesting talk on  poultry-raising and  egg production,    showing    the    best  way to raise poultry for the market,  and aitso the correct way for handling  them in order to produce the greatest number and best quality of eggs,  and  telling  the   farmers'   wives  how  to take care   of   their   eggs    before  marketing them, in such a way that  the number of spoiled eggs would be  .jjreatly decreased.'     ������Je    alspv mentioned the best types of hens" for egg  production,     the     Barred    Plymouth  Rock being- the favorite, although the  raisins of most other breeds was not  discouraged'.       Ihe poultry    on    the  farm was shown to be one branch of  farm work whioh could be made the  i iiiiiiiiiiiiniHi_a_.Y _^  i iii!;i|ii!iiiiurastETTO"_cns������������'B!S  niiiiii iiiiiii.:.?..:  ifiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiii  i  llllllll!!  LESS TIME IN THE KITCHEN  MOUE TIME IN THE FRONT SOOM   .  fca^���������i   ������������������ *t." ������������������i���������.i mmwa������_���������^M^pa_*B-a������awa^a>^  ' That's your reward if you let WiOQNEY'S BISCUITS take  the place of the bread and biscuits you baJke yourpelf,  ���������V_i-,������t1    Q���������rt   8l5i*t������**������Mff^***������_   o.   ^tir-f-f-iffiil    -.���������.*k-.4.*f,.'.~    f^������ .,*..,.   ������������������������������������������  best efforts���������the family will like them.    Because  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  ti~Wz.  iCUITi  come to you straight from the oven in. the big Winnipeg factory,  i  They have that freshness and erispness oftly to be fouiid in a  newly made biscuit. No other biscuit can. come to your table as  fresh from the oven as mOOHEV'S.  Get the big package or the sealed tin���������������  both" of them damp-proof, dust proof,  dirt proof���������and *  6S9   iC-Tf  &���������������>_ a  ^OOHEY  izens.  Altogether the    meetings    were  great success.      In many places  train was met by brass    bands;    at  other   places   the   farmers   presented  Piincipal  Black   with  an  address  of  welcome, -in which they spoke' of the  g-jod done by the train last year, and  the hope    was    generally    expressed  that the train would be made an annual nffair Many    kind    remarks  were  heard   on  all   sides, as   to   the  generosity   of   the   Canadian   Pacific  Railway  Company  in', furnishing  the  train xo  the  people   free, of  charge.  The   announcement   made   in   regard  to th������  Company  starting demonstration farms^for    the    benefit    of   the  farmers in the viemtiy in which they  were located    was    always    greeted  with much  appreciation    and    many  farmers expressed the hope that the  C.P.R.   would locate a  farm" of this  description . in their '"district*- '''as-   it  woeld have a very beneficial effect in  k-.eping before them all the time the  best methods of farming.      Principal  Black and staff expressed their great  apiireciation of the way in which the  train was handled.  f<*_' a-f-'*_TGr*-"*"-l***_ " .** "I'iiv  ������������������,<.',(''l.'Ab���������'fd-''  ������������:i-fti  Are the bos* over made,and are guar-  .antood to clvo you uatlpfactlon. '  At  all dcalortt, or Bond us 25 coata otat������  log aty'j and also required.  Tho Arlington Co., of Canada, Ltd.,  68 Frneier Ave., Toronto, Ont,  ���������mmmmmmmmammm  " jf** ***������   Q������*S /mTm'W Ymltmym&rfmmm /mTWmt'W'  rn^TW   V    CI    Ol gj A hi  TRADE MAftK RKQ,  l^IPI!l���������*C*/'CH.ii-lT.mW-W.R^.'fl M. ���������H^IHai  mM  contains no oil or tar. It la clean'  odorleas, waterproof, germ and  vennln proof and practically  Indestructible. Makes houses  draft-proof, easy to heat, and  comfortable- hi any weather,  Ask your dealer to shov you  a si-imple, or write Ut sample  and Eocl;lct*lo the ti  Sola CaiUNtHan Mnwufuctumrij  1I1E STANHAUil I'AINT C4"*���������  *  in  Hantrrjil. Wlnnlitrs. Cala*ry.*V.in'-tiivej'.   |  ���������*vmmmtmmmmmwmmm*tmmimmill  m,m<m*m*mmm*m im%m*nttaY  _������i*iw>^*>������4<,^,i^i^i..4,iii1^^mi^ii,������,> mm*mm  VV.  N*.  U. 010  most 'profitable  as  a   side  line   with  the  least outlay.  Professors Mitchell and Crowe took  up the work" of dairying. Very  great interest was manifested in this  wprk by all the women aud a great  many of the men. There has been  so much loss to the farmers in the  West owing to not knowing how to  make the best grade of butter, and  having their butter' uniform. The  care of th������ milk and cream was gone  into thoroughly: tho best utensils for  handling milk an<l '���������bream and the  making of butter were shown.  Th? senior classes of lhe schools  at almost every point came over to  the train in?a body and were addressed' by either Principal Hales,  Professor Lee or J.-.T. Golden on the  birds in Manitoba; of the great good  birds did in killing insects which  wore harmful to all vegetation, the  hoed o," getting sufficient trees around  the farm so that .the birds would slay  In the districts? It was felt-.that  if the children were educated along  these lines, the great destruction of  birds which now takes' piu-jt* would,  bo stoppe-1. Many birds which the  average child thinks to ho harmful,  such as .-hawks', woro shown to be  really useful on tlio farm. The-children than nnd n talk on tho Identl-  llcatlon of woods and woro told in a  simple wnv tho beat methods of getting till of them.  a\U tho ".lectins;" wore opened' with,  ti short, address, explaining to tho  ffirnif-rB why, tho Canadian Pacific  Railway Co. and tho Agricultural  College sUiff, thought. It. necessary to  run the triiln, tho Intorost. the Canadian Pacific Hallway look hi tho  t'diinoi's who wore living nlong thoir  lino nnd tho destro for bettor funning,  and for bnvliiR prosperous 1'arinorB  living along tho Company's linos.  Tho frirmors were nlno Invited whon  thoy camo to Wlnnlpog to cull on the  bfllclitln of the Company, who woro  alwayn glad to huvo thorn como .In'  nnd discuss mattors of mutual Intorost. Ihiof remarks woro mado on  the Uci.i.of limit in iiiaclilnory on tlio  avo'ra'ge Manitoba fnrm, nnd ou good  roads showing how tho fanner could  uavo considerable In his t.raniiporta*  tlon chai'goH by hauling his grain to  mui'liot. ovor u cood ioiuI; (lio iliUci-  onco In hauling on n good itind and  a poor rowl-on. 1,001,1 Uunhols for ti  fllstnnco of C ntlK'H bolilg ovor $10.00.  I'lmnhiislH wan .nlfio laid upon tho no*  noKfilty of hlgiior odiiontlon for tho  young m<M! und youiii,' women on tho  fnrm; that ovory farmer should If ho  nonhl at nil nfl'ord ft, Hotid his nntm  mill dnuKhfofH lo th" - Ai.rlnultui'n)  College lo lake .1 conni.o. Thla would  ���������prevent, ho  ninny    yoiiii;*;    iiicii    und  y<,iil,,'..   wi.iui'll  -li'ii vlitfj,    iin,    I'lU'liih    HUM  drifting iulo tho citi'.d a'.hid th.-y  tuimo with nv Hpoclnl tniiniug nnd  imnrilly woro only nhlo 'o Hocuro nii-  ramunoraflvo   employment,     wlioroiiH  II MilJ sii'ji; 4,> ui lu im aMiiv.,,,i,,ii ,u  fiillnun    llv.,������,    ������.'nn),1       HAl       I.-,,,!'/,       11,1,  farm.' but on Iho coiit,i*:ivy *��������� would  nilhor lumnln on fhoin und would  make  hotter  fanners npd  better  ell  HOT WEATHER AILMENTS  A medicine that will keep children  Will ir. a great boon to every mother. This is just what Baby's Own  Tablets do. An occasional dose  keeps the littla stomach and bowels  **ight and prevents sickness. During  tha ho' summer months stoma*������h troubles cpeedily turn to fatal diarrhoea  or cholera infantum and if Baby's  Own Tablets ar*> not at hand the child  may die. in a few hours.: -'Wise  mothers always keep tho Tablets'in  the hone and give their children an  cfccaslonal doss to - clear ..out!'; the  stomach and bowels and keep them  well. Don't.wait till baby Is ill���������-  tho delav. may cost a precious life.  Get tt e Tablet-- now and you may feel  reasonably safe. Every mother who  uses tho Tablets praise them./and  that is the best evidence thnt there  Is no other-.medicine for children so  good, The Tablets arc sold by medicine '"ealers or by mall at 25 cents  a'box from Tho Dr. Williams' Medi-  Mne Co., Brockvllle, Ont.     .  .-. Actor���������I'm getting awfully popular  I-see', some tobacco people have  natiii'i1 a, nevr cigar after me!  Mahngei���������Uenlly!      Well,    I    hopo  It'll draw bettor than you do!  Mlnai*rl_  Liniment   Cures   Garqct  Cows  In  Self Taught  Irate Father���������I'll toach you to klas  my daughter!.  Young Man-���������Not nocossary sir! I  havo ;!ust loarnt.���������:Tlt-Blt,s.  Unions worms-bo expelled from tho  flvstem, no   child   can    bo   healthy.  'Mather Ornvos' Worm Exterminator Is  tlio   bust   nuidlclno  oxtunL to dosUoy  woniiHi  anloHman���������-More you*--  nro,    gont'O-  men���������tho  groutost  Invontlon  of   tho  .'���������liol .  - P'e-iRffr-bv   (stopping    u������    linU.ri)  What la it?  ^alpp.nan���������A  niarrhotlKod    ltoyholo  plate   for   front,  doors.       It   will  ut-  '���������'irl an oniiniuy ylool koy froin ;i.  dlrilnii<-������> of two foot. All you havo  lo lo to find'the. keyhole at. night Ih  - take out, your key and litiug on to  It-  Tliroo men woro    Injured    In    the  crowd that rushed to buy.  She's as  pretty as a picture.- said  the young man.  Yes. roplied the young womnn, with  I,  ,i;lililt.     .4,1.  ill i   Y, >..i'l> i.u.ii|),<'-.H/U, i.i,ii  hr/.td caiutcd, too.  may be  paid  pu  in Cash for  XI f L.    ���������   ������  "M���������  \  Je  K=_M___5  JklWTIWKBf**  w  1������!  e  r>wrtii*"rir*j*t*j*ir.T  improving your nt  walk like this  ^  ,108 Canadian farmers will  receive cash  prizes   (twelve  each Province) in our big  1912 FARMERS' PRIZE  CONTEST  WE held a contest last year in which 36 prizes  were  offered.    This year there will be three times as   many  prizes (108) and therefore three t mes as many chances for you  to win one of them.      You do not have to use a large quantity  cement  to win  a prize.      Many of last year's   prize-winners  comparatively little cement.  ���������i,  ���������fc:__*!fe_l  ms  d_���������'_-v.-%- _  ������aea  t^a  -,  \  %  V  1 p."*'  ���������������? -*-.  T!  T'HK conlpit U divided into three clatJca ami In only  ��������� one of ������heir (Clan "A") dora the amount of  cement uied count In drrldlne pri^e winners. Clan  "!}'' Is for doir.r ths bc;.t V-cncrets work (rhr :t.-c  maltci no dlffcrcncr), Clasi *'C" It loraemllnir In the  beat and clrnreit description of buw any r-iece of  concrete work wa������ dour.  ���������pHHRn will he four   prize!  (rir������t.  ������0;   Second,  x   *25t   Third.  *15i   I'ourth,  S10) in   each   clan  Ian  in each Province. 'I hua you have only to com  pc:= with cibcr farmers in your own rrcrlncr.  and not with (hour in all part* of Canada. Tlili  ctrei you the beat poiatble chance to win a *50  pri'/e.  ���������*",.*i  IT COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER���������There are absolutely no ���������,itrlni������" to this offer,  with.    You cannot lose, becauae Nie  There li no entry fee or red tape to bother  improvenir.ua you make of concrete in compeline lor the prizei will be more than  worth their com.   We have a book,     What iho Farmer Can Do With Concrete," tbat will elve you all the  information about the n������e ������f iom rrir you can need,     tt will be sent to you free wlien you asfe u������ for complete p-jrticu-  lara of the Pri/e Contest.  Ask for particulars to-day. Justiay "Send me. free, your book and full particulars pf the  l<)l2.Pr|j-e Contest." on a post card and mall It to-day.     J^ddrntm Publicity M������n������B������r,    '  Canada Cement Company   Limited, 50^9 Herald Bldg.,   Montreal  -^  : Ono of the girls at an examination  in grammar in Maynooth School,  when aultcd why tha noun 'bachelor'  was singular, bluahlnBly answered: ���������  BccniiBo it Ib very singular thoy don't  Itet married. '  Sho wont up to the head ot tho  clais  The Foe of Indlflectlon,���������Indigestion 13 a common aliment and few aro  free from it It Ib a moat distressing  complaint and ol'ton the suffering attending it, is moBl sovero.Y. Tho vory  bcc.t. re-mody li Parmoloo's Vogotablo  PillB taken according . to directions.  Thoy rectify tho irregular action of  tho stomach and restore hoalthy act-  Ion.. For many.yonrs they have boen  a t'tunil.ard remedy for dyupepaia and  IndigoHtlon and aro highly oHtooinod  t'oi* thoir (]unlitloH.  Never Thought of It  flibbs���������I can't flpd "aeropldno" in  this ulctlonary.  Dlbbs���������Have you looked on the fly  le-f?���������Bo&ton Truhscript.  AttncltB of cholera and dysentery  como quickly, there seldom being any  v.'arnlng pf tho visit. Homedlal action must* be taken just as quickly if  tho patient is to bo spared great suffering and permanent injury to tho  lining membranes of tho bowels. Tho  readiest preparation for the purpose  is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial , It can be got, at small cost  at any drug store or general dealer'-*,  and it will afford relief boforo a doctor  can bo called.  Uttlo Hoy (to an rdnor)���������Jones.  why do ion ulw.iya pull your barrow  bob bid you. instead of pushing It?  .Tonon���������'Cor I 'atos tho'sight, ol unbent, tly thing.  MeAi.drown (tho chcmlHi at 2 tt.  in.)���������-Two ponn'orth ol* bicarbonate of  ������������������ruin for tho wlfe'tt IndlRoidlon at. this  I  ,11,11.        ,,*        ...^.t.,.,        ,,,,1^,*       ..        ���������,        .���������*        ..v������.  >,'i,t/>r   ilnr.u   tun,*   ,iu   woll---  flmuly (haHtlly)-- Wool, woel!  TliauliH for Ilm mlvlfo. I'll no bother yo. uftiT all.      (load  nlcht!  '.'i :ca ^v^v:r?^'i^A-^y^^^csrv--v:Aii  't���������������_t'*'v���������s,**'"l*������������������***���������   "������������������"  "  i^^tfS  From the Wild Went  An English actor was a member of  a company snowbound In tho Slorrds  while on route from California to tho  ll'-iaL. Before thulr train waa pulled  out of tho drifts thoy hud boon re-  ilnui-ti l.w 1'iiLum Ihii uuuiho iiiru or tne  railroad JabororH, and got Httlo  onough oven of .that. So that they  ail n;iu n niu^iiiucou-. liuntii-i uu ��������� iiu..  the train reached a small sitatlon nt  which thore wuh h roHtauraut, and the  Englishman was the first to find a  rioat ut the tabic.  Bring mo In-a, hurry, ho said to tho  landlord, a burly Western man, a port*  erhouHrt titeiik, Home devilled kidneys,  a brneo of chops, plenty of vegotablos,  and two hot Huh nt' Bass's. bitter beer.  '"hn landlord stuck his head' ont of  I.nt>   uiu'iii;   iix.iii   <i<>,,t,   .!.,.<   _,..,. ii   v.*  i>i)iiii!inni>   !u  Um luin   uim-i I iiioii!.;   -  Say. BID tell tin; Jj:uk! to ;>lay 'Hule  Hritiiiiiila' lho I'riiii'.n of W.iIoh lmu  come.  Th������  Llar'u  MoUnd  Dyaks, natives of Borneo,, *ire   o������ ������  tromcly truthful.      So dlng-raoeful, In.  deed, do tho DyukB consider tho deceiving of others by an untruth, tha'Y  such Is handed down to ipbstorlty b^y! a v,  curious custom. , ?    ?  They heap up a pilo of the branchost'  rf trees In momory of tho man whd  has uttered a groat lie, so that tha  futuro generations may know of hi* -  wlokeuness,, an4  take  warning  from  Jt.      The persons decolvcd start the?  "tugong bula"~���������the liar's mound���������by:  heaping up a largo numbor of branch-?  os In some conspicuouH spot by thfl  u.do of the path from ono village ta  another. :,  Every passor-by contributes to It,  and at tho same time reviles tho nmn;:  In memory of whom It was. Tho  Dyaks consider tho addition to anil  "tugong hula" they may puss a oaoroq?  duty, the omission of which will  meet with supernatural punishment.. .  Mlnaid'u Liniment Cures Dlatempor  \������1foC*mmWmmmm^^  m.lll M^ ll'nl,,!-.,,.!/.!. ,.l,.,l       Ar.  you eonrililer the mont dollcnto form  of   llntieiw ���������  Th'   Cliiiip'.o    Tollliig   ii     married  man ho doe't, look It.  DIvlnMlon       '     '  I am very ob-jervant, sir, and front?  tho way you winced whon 1 stamped  on  ynn*  foot,' I  concludo  you  havo??l  poiJal afflictions ,"   ,i;;,, ���������    :- Z:y  Say no moro,     1 acknowledge��������� th������.-.<  corn.���������Bn Iti more  American.       ���������.������������������:���������?������������������,  cats  la jdxflOm. Jk. .m*im m,i<t*wm",mm *������m  Tread softly -   '  Step safely*  I CAT'S PAW RUBBER SOUESI   ���������  iEubodij (he r������atontod foaturoa     I  of Cafe Paw Ho������}is.     ������������������_ 5\|  ****** in t'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt'mmmmmm-  V  iwiriifiwiiwia  lUMu-'awdl , \ -5a   -'"i ) t-'i. I"  ,/^*, W-.'-Ji'i".  i-J, '   1 t-V ?f*^Vi  i t.C.i; "J/"* ������.".>'* SttM'v_i. tf ���������  CRESTON.  .a. v avC-  c  'reston cRevie'ti>  Published oveiy   -"riday nt CieBton, British t olumbin, byth*- Cn-tuuii Pruit-  n*z and Fubli.-i*iug Company, hid.  \V. B. McCluke  Editor and Manager  The Review is the acknowledged advertising: medium ui The Creston volley, cir  fc coiating in neerly one thousand homes throughout, the Creston district* and  reach-yfj eut iu a lueml maimer into othor '���������������������������mmunvtieR. Our julvertisiu*-* rates  iire based ou the scale of tbe Kootewny ai d Boundary Printi re'.Hoard of Trade.  Land purchase aiid laud lease notices, $7 tor statutory Time. Displnv advertisements. $1 per inch per month*, oiher advertipins 10 cents per line first issue  and bceutH p^r iiue iu Vacceeding weeks. Subscription r������te*������ ������"3 on u year In  advance. Our eolumus are open to contributions dealing in mat fern nf local interest aiid the welfare of the community. Contributions muet be brief and  sigm-d.  ������������������*���������������������������*���������>���������������������������^m^mm^a.-m*^m*m^mmm*l*m*^*^*  'iwi mnn .    ._ ������������������������������������__��������� tl"*__���������.    _.-���������_____���������  res ton  Hotel  __ is  HeW" _>0O06  S SOON TO  MEET IN VANGQUVE  Fourteenth Annual Con*  vent ion to be Held In  September  (Continued from Page 1)  wil! not be confined to this,  and iu every way the convention will be national  in character and embrace every part  of  Canada.  The program now in coarse of proportion will include addresses of the most  practical character by leaders in forestry and lumbering in Canada and the  United States. It is proposed to open  ������ith a reception to delegates on the evening of September 4, followed by a xeg- ,  ular sessions on Sept. 5and 6, at 10 a. m.  and 2.3C p. m. The regnlar sessions wiU  be held in the commodious *���������*������!! e* the  of which is to stir up people and through  them the governments to do their duty  in this respect. It has dono a good deal  since it started iu 1900, but it conld do  more with more members and more  means. It holds conventions in all  parts of Canada, publishes its annual  report, and the Cauadian Forestry Journal, provides illustrated lantern lectures  and in other ways agitates this question  If you think this is a worthy and patriotic object and are not already a member you are invited to become one. The  membership fee ia one dollar per year  life meinbersh-p $10), and this entitles  yon to all t'ie publications of the Association as well as to attendance and  voting privileges at at annual meetings"  fGU  will, make   no   mistake  ���������when you get off the train  |      ~ ,     if you sign the register at  I The Leading \  the   Creston  Hotel.  '    Travelling  men -will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Hotel of tbe  Fruit    Belt  Our 'Guests  &4gain  ���������SmHXll  Headquarters for Mining Men9  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials,  t&\  ������ B* Moran  i*  Prop* |  mj  We aim to keep a  most  tip-to-date   %fr  __sotck.     .   Notice   the   following   hew   }������  __' -, /&  I JfjS a.il������������a'3- -*g?  ^3������a ' "   * ���������  ���������2*������$itJgSS Handbags in Leather and Velvet 3C  ^mmm   H -]r Bru,'lie3 and Bath Brushes ff  {__  New Sponges and Combs $L  Cut-glass, Water Pitchers and Glasses    |f  etc. -   -S  Hot Water Bottles and  Attachments  i  etc..   etc.  BSKBV  S A _  mm\a m  B1"   T,'A;:'B''B-i-.rt'f_  L  SMIL  Siiver Cup For Best Dog  Alexandra Club, which is centrally located and in every way fitted for snch a  gathering. On the afternoon of Sept. 6  it is expected there will be an outdoor  entertainment in which the ladies may  participate. The details will be asnonn-  ced in the program issned at Victoria.  Arrangements have been made with  ths railways which enable the Association to ptomhie a rate oi a single fore  for the round trip to aii attending the  Convention from all points in Oanada.  This rate is, open to ladies attending the  Convention.  In ozder to participate in this rednced  fare, delegates must purchase first class  one way tickets to Victoria, B.C., and  Beuiue certificates to that effect on the  Standard Certificate form from the railway agent selling the tioket. Railway  ticket agents are supplied with these  oertlfloateB and are instructed to issue  them on application.  These oertifioates will be presented to  the    Secretory    nt     the       meeting  and after being signed by him will entitle the delegate to a free return ticket  ���������upon the presentation of the certificate  to the Hallway tioket agent at Viotoria  James Lawler, secretary for the association,  whose  addroBs   is   Canadinn  Building,   Ottawa. Bays regarding the  ��������� "work ox ihe ovganizatiens;  "In 1910 the value of tho forest products of Canada was ������166,000,000 or over  $22 for every inhabitant.  Every ono can see how this touches  him. If we go on as in the past, slashing and burning our forests, this immense industry will be lost in a fow  years, and with it will go all its subsidiary industries, Great as this loan will  be it will bo oxcoedod by tho loss lo our  ogrlonlturo, waterpowers and navigation.  On the other hand tho amount of land  in Canada suited only to trees im suoh  that If the forest*! aro maintained tn  those areas and properly worked tbe resulting product will not only keep ovory  oxiwUug wood- working indu-try jcjoln*,'  lor ever, but these InduKtriei-s can be  greatly increased without using moro  than tho annual growth. At. tho name  time our agrionlrnro, navigation und  water powora will bo able to roach their  highest devolopmout.  Tho nn*>'ition i* shall  wo  allow  thin  %*. -       Jt mx mmm-mm*x w*y������, A **\*t  m*X*    \x%,**m*Kfjf **<*#..       w*  .,*.*. AAA  aj,i out, luouiumu hj  we nave and develop il.  Tho Canadian Forestry Atnociutlon is  Strang recognition of the tendency of  the Canadian to keep a good dog if he  keeps cue at all is n_id������ by the- Spokane  Kennel club which will hold its annual  bench show in connection with the  Interstate Fair on October 2, 3��������� 4, and 5  The British Columbia dog faucicra have  always won a goodly portion of the  prizes at- the luterstate fair and during  the bencn shows in Spokane and added  trophies and prize's tbis year come as a  result of the former showings.  This year will be the first that the Interstate Fair and the Spokane Kennel  club have offered a prize for Canada only. The Glen Taos farm of Spokane  has offered a solid silver enp called the  maple Leaf trophy for the "best dog or  bitch, any breed exhibited from Canada." The district classification however  in no way affects the entries into the  other classes of which there some 27  different ones, all calling for either costly trophies or cosh prizes.  Another class in which the Canadian  fanciers are expected to make a strong  showing is the one for the best dog or  bitch, any breed, brought the longest  distanoe to the fair grounds. The prize  J is offered by Mrs. Robert H. Cosgrove,  of Spokane. Vancouver, B, O., and  Oalgory, Alta., have in former years  been the points of major distance and  they staud and excellent show this year  to take this prize.  In its premium list whioh has been  distributed broadcast over British Columbia aud Alberta,  the Interstate fair  has given special attention to Canadian  exhibitors, giving them the fullest in-  btraotionH coucerning the best manner  of getting their dogs to Spokane.    Tho  Interstate fair has made arrangements  with George S. Bush & Co., 261   Col-  man dock Seattle to take oaro of all dogs  sent from Viotoria and Vancouver and  (hut section.   Speoial attention will also bo given to canines that will bo sent  to the   show   through Kiugsgato, Ry-  kortH, Northport aud other customs offices,     .Tho d*>5*H comlnj*   through,   the  latter points should bo shipped to Maily  & Brown, custom houso brokers, Sy-  mons block, Spokane,   Tho dog fanoiors  are also urged to send an advanoo list  of the dogn to tho brokers giving brood,  box, ago, namo and color of  eaoh dog  in ordor to preclude uny poHBlblbllity  of their taing lost and  thoy  aro  also  uri/.-rt    to    wive     and  utUu.u of iLO put dog and to bill an  many dogn uh poHnlblo ou an iuvoioo in  j   'imi! u*v-M������a ������������������������ ���������������j|a    _������������������������- jp *a*as ���������-__>-,,- ww  m   ���������   ���������  Pi_!S&EFft_3r  __���������  Creston Drug&Book  Phone 51  - 4^*  0  g-jL-B-S^,  KB ������������������*.���������*- .Ml *��������������� CMINK    ������W-B H :*>.^������K'  ���������%i ��������� was*���������a^-as-SB B-a*-a*' s ������_>*<w  BH���������SB_aas_n_aaan  purchased a fin������ $275 launch.  James  Doalan   left  last   week  for  Karry Leonard and Jack Cameron  ! ransier, Livery ana reea diao;i  (Best equipped Livery In sown)  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice   The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any honr of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, wiii  /,  vOntiVQ pi'QIT-'pt' **fctQj���������tilOU  H. S. McCreath, Prop  W Phone 56  UJi  ���������tf -������^:& S:-������:-9*^*-������SS*S'r  Sirdar Avenue  Box li     'A  s!������'a'������������S"=9S������������3@"-3:-3������������  VI!  Winnipeg when he will spend his vacation.  i  of Creston are busyily engaged, paint- j  ing the Government bridges atKiteh-j    J. L.   Quaife   and  the   two  Wisler  ener. | boys have gone to Sanco on a fishing  trip.  Mr. Burton called on friends   here j  i  Sunday.  Harris & Co., has just completed the  trail up the White Grouse.  , A number of pleasure seekers arrived on Tuesday from Creston and are  enjoyiag an outing up Goat river. -  Chester Paulson and wife accompanied by his mother from Spokane,  Wash., are camped for a couple of  weeks at Meadow creek.  Born in Cranbrook, August 1 to the  wife of Victor Olson, a son.  MayorWright of Kuskuaook is figuring on erecting a fine residence on  his ranch between Kuskunook and  Sirdar.. -  YAHK ITEMS  DUCK CREEK NEWS  The Elsie Holme mine house which  is a temporary sohool house on week  days and church on Sundays was last  Sunday the scene of a double chviBten-  ing by the Rev. W. G. Blnko of tho  Presbyterian church at Creston.  The. dance  in the Yahk Hotel on  Friday night last given by Mr. Riley  the proprietor was a grand success  First class  music was  furnished by  Messers Smith and Robinson on the  ���������violin and banjo. Several of the young  ladies" from.Moyie and Browing, the  provincial police, were present.    All  ���������enjoyed a good time.      Luuuh   was  served   at  12  o'clock  and   I'm  sure  ���������everyone did justice-to tho plentiful  ���������supply which was on ha'nd much to  the credit of Mrs. Larson and daugh"  {jer.  E������__-  F, Price and A. Mirabelli of Creston  wbre down driving over tho new road  as far as the Dixon ranch. Mr. Mirabelli was looking over hio property  in this vicinity which, we understand  ho Is going to improve in the noar future.  Tommy and Douglas Buttorflold  loft oh Wednesday for Alborta whoro  they will assist. In garnorlng tho gol- \  don harvest. Thoy will stop ovor at \  Cranbrook for a day or two on their  way oast to see thoir friends and relations.  O. .1. Wlgonloavos on Saturday to  attend thu Irrigation Cougrt-ttti ut iio-  lowna.  SIRDAR NOTES  fth������ n������iian_l orgAni**tta������, tha purpoge wdM ^ ���������mvo thmMiWM mmmt>  Mrs. A. Hodoubaugh loffc Saturilf.y  avoruuo viii-!  tor      .Si'ntUn        whoro      mIic       will  vhit frii-mlti and relations until October when alio will return to Sirdar.  **������..������.....     "ni*-* ������������������������*. 4 *-,*��������� l'4*'..4.1^....^.,l.        1  The young ladios of Yahk under tho  ���������carefull guidance of Rov. McGookin,  Pro/ibyterian minister, intend to givo  ji social on Friday Night, August 0 in  tho Yahk Lumber Co.'s boarding  house, Evorybody welcome, a good  time Is oxpoctocl.  Mr. Hilton, one of tho local riiheliov,  ���������whllo working for tho Yahk Lumbar  ���������Company on Monday last, had a very  bad spell and had to bo carried homo.  **���������  A doctor was immediately summoned  fp������m Cranbrook, who accompanied  Mr. Hilton back to tlio Cranbrook  Hospital'on the Flyor thoro. It is to bo  liopwl lie will mi������on recover ami join  Ilia friendu in Yahk again,  Mrs. E. M. TlarriHoii nnd little  nephew, Arohlo, Intend starting to  tho coatHb In n, fow dayn wlWu-o they  will H**cml i'hulr vac/itlon with friends  noar Seattle.    They expect to bo gono  about a month, returning by Vancouver aud Portland,  0*i^ WmWmmWimW^ W-^WUVPr  *^:     _-.'..   ���������_        .... ^  BucsnnAa't'iAii CYY  IHlHtlAil i ������������������������������������! SI^L^-  I2������ii  ir������  $���������������  - r% &%L~m  \%XJLm.W.   "W/_Jiai    _-.��������� Vwa      a _<_������"p*s'   a.'v   m~rm*���������  "^-^  come Rich on Wages Alone   ^  Small investments are the only way that men ^l~_  ��������� of moderate means have of making money outside J^jf^  P their regular occupption.  Easy terms allow practically anyone to pur- ES  chase lots in places which the finger of progress ""  points out as coming cities.  Today You Have an Opportunity to Invest  That May Never Come Again  FORT FRASER���������the coming city of certainties offers you a chance to realize  large  profits on  2&8 a small investment.  =2?     Just figure it out for  yourself.    Fort  Fraser is  "   m the*natural  centre'of a vast country of uialiinited  38.possibilities. ^     , ^?-  Naiure made necessary a large city at Fort %$^  Fraser when she centered fertile valleys at this g^g  poin,:. . BSCj  And when the railroad arrives early next year ^^  there is going to be a demand for property in g^p**.  Fort Fraser that will put these prices to at least gwf^  double their present level.  And the Terms  ���������a  2  $ro.bo clown  and $10.00 a mouth will secure a g^"  ^~^ lot in Fort Fraser.    Prices run from #200 up. mm%������^  35     These are about the easiest terms imaginable, 5p������  terms that every one can meet without tronble.      ^-^  An illustrated booklet about Fort Fraser can be *^^  had from us that will  prove of intense interest to j^5j--7>  3fin to you.    Get one today. ^L^  ^S  , t-*-t~v-~,-. ^r.----- ?--- ^.���������._7^.-^-���������-^ .^g^  33I5SI     ....   '     ._.  mr... m        *-*, m"--f^  ^wi Dominion Stock & Bond,Corp., ^,  3; Limited ������  !3S Vancouver, B.C.  \maammmmmmmammam  E'!f  ,;--=**  EC!  I  J^ Creston Valley Investment Co.X  *% Agents for Creston and District.  ' dd -\v -������im \>vv \mS>\>\> n*������)>mVm)\,*kVm)ii\a v  jb;.  tz  i&m������u!mt!!!S!G!!^  met  mm  ���������___���������  ggg - s '    . ���������    ...   ��������� _ . ... ...       ... '_ ���������*'    _'._.  ...  . ��������� i        ' 7   r       r.r'ir*. Mn.'.iassftm  CB������S_OS*J  CBESTON,  *.jsi.j&i-&."jsigsxtamB0amm  1 l/\T  ffgfJ^  rti lac I I Mill   iii i 1 iTs  g  in i iii_jnm h 1 111   lesiFi si ������  W." H. JOH * SON, .Proprietor  i I  ta  \ mm  the: home  OF   THE.  TRA NSISNT  tm\  .1?  GOMftVfODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel  is  one ' of  the  best , known    and     popular  i"T__-i_    *!_     -.i. -     rr^.i ���������  JETi.Ol.Ci;'?      -1_L      LJ__        a> ���������������������������������������*-������ ������^. ../S  ���������     ��������� -������,_���������j ...  , The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  I*:*':-'!? /  Na /  m m  *AM\^mLWm%  Vi:-.-^;*.*-*:*!*^  Mr   .__:_ i~ n   SViitStS >'UW ivJ iilVi"  fc-_T WJL^TT_. _AM &-i-i.-i"J__4 _n_ii^5J  trnmSHmSlmSJ.. Xtf^xT   A\mf     -*^'V^*.    W-    A   /ifii  I Tke Wand. Empires Hc_da^  * tSfevezi cf&y& emd &X m^risfc^'  &duda/icn oriel Qiim&errikn^ ��������� ��������� ���������  \JrA������ to Robl. H Codfc?ova. $ecy far Prermum Lielainl \  iU-wAi-fe-ie,! Uci'-.-'Pr-s^aTa. D3    ��������� *., ������    P3 ^J-jS*.*- CD  S'  S:-:-:-:::  IB"-:::-*-*.  1:1=:*.:-.  ���������:-$\  *S*::;:-::i(  8  easy of attainment. Ho has discovered  che depression five hundred i-quare miles  lu area, the artificial escape, by means  of whioh the poople in olden days oon  trolled the Euphrates. He is confident  that the proplem of the Tigris will be  solved by a similar discovery. .For the  work of additional exploration, and,the  reconstruction of the ancient dams  which long-forgotteu races lett behind',  a sum of ,about thirty million dollars  will be required. But this large expenditure, Sir William contends, will be  proved to be productive, and justified  on purely commercial grounds.  The proposed engineering works  would be .reclaimed, land Babylonia,  completed, the Euphrates--Tigris delta  at present a barren and inhospitable region, would "be more prosperous than  the delta of the Nile. The Bagda'd  railway would pass through a fertile  land instead of an arid desert. This is  the prospect- held out by Sir William  Willcocks. Those' who know what  dyke and barrage have done for th6 fell-  a he'en along the Nile can appreciate the  commercial and agricultural possibilities  in Mesopotamia.  And who can feel unmoved by ��������� the  piospect of visiting some day this cra-  die of human history ? Once more, it  may be, fruits and flowers will spring  up in this desert land. Symbolical of  the life of man, of his rise aud fall, of  his potentialities for good and evil, the  rediscouvery and restoration of the Garden of Eden seems to synchronize with  an age in which the stirring impulses of  high ideals are throbbing in the heart  of mankind and leading the race slovriy  backwards through the wilderness   of  Semi-ready  Tfeltavd Sota  *FT2sf^m*^^m mW^m^^g  S&Lo ^t tw essn* poop m**rwuetm ig  Canada-thai namoJa th������ ssefcet.  Send for samples c* JSO   _!ss*e Ows*"  iw-tes and $25 _-"!:_���������> Esss-.-atessSs  book.  Aslc the clothier ta yocv ������wbor ������_&  <JlrcC.'-Ss_t-rc������i7. Usftsd, UssSSSU  o. "Fred **"o!instO!!* tP*���������rtsic������ 3. C������  ^  NOW IS THE' TIME TO MAKE YOUR 2  HmltAVY c&iSNUAL   BEARERS<&?  *p  (fi  I Summer Pruning and Thinning  ���������?*  <n  M  *h  a*  _;-  W  mm  *_?  *Cv-*i,������^i  ��������� * iy������si  \ -Ysi:f  ?-f*ra  OKANAGAN and KENT County Experience   f  %  BOX42',i Creston .   Unde Exoeris of *Bow Sections   W\  *" " L_J  ^itr'--������&'r&-af---JJr-*&^  SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN  NORTHWEST  MINING REGULATIONS  COAL���������Coal mining rights may be leased  for twenty-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of 81 an acre. Not more tha_ 2,5G0 ac.  res can bo leased to one applicant. Royalty  Ave cents per ton, In uneurveyed territory  the tract must be staked out by the appll  cant in person, and personal application --to  the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion Land  tor the district must in all cases be made and  the rental for the first year must be paid ta  the agent within thirty days alter filing  application  QUABTZ���������a person eighteen years of age  and over, having made a discovery may locate a claim 1,500 feetbyi,500. Pee, 35. At  least $100 must ,be expended on the claim  each year or paid to the Mining Recorder  When $500,0 has been expended or paid ana  other requirements complied with, the claim  may be purchased at $1 an acre.  FLACKB MINING CLAIMS are 500 feet  long r>nd from 1,000 to 2,000 feet wide. Entry  fee 55. Not less than ������100 must be expeadei!*  in deveiupeinent work each year.  DREDGING.���������Two leases ot five mites each  f   a river may be issued to one applicant for  11   tCAJAA   Ol XV yCCAAO.        KcUti*!.   JIO 11 lUllO pCI   UU-  num.   Royalty. 2% percent after tbe output  exceeds 810,000,  i W. W.CORY  Deputy Minister of ths luterio  Electric Restorer for v/ien  Phosoisono! restores every nervg in the body  ., , ���������,.,-.,., , ��������� to its proper tension ; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexuml  vea'cnesg averted at once. ������P_oap_onol will  i ".ilce you a new man. Price to a box. or two for  f'. fij-'Jcd to any address. -JkiloSoolioiiiinclj*  -.������." ii-r.t_rln������8.0nft.  NOTICE  i  Kelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay  ^ Take notice that I, Guy Lowenberg,  of Creston, B, O., occupation', often;;, in  tends to apply for permission tc purchase ths following described lands*;  Commencing at a" point on the east  boundary of lot 9260 about 20 chains  north from its southeast ^corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chains west 20 chains  north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing 120 acreB  more or less.  Gny Lowenberg,  Dated May 3 0,1912. Applicant".  TV_    Aa. "W*-*. _   E?4_������������ft-ij������klA   EMHa  ������^-SA e     *������^*      V   *fmmm   mm      m    mmmm.m'mmmmr      m    m~m.m.  A reliabl-i French regulator; never fails. Tbese  9  I  SfiDI CYC  INI    tm>mm I   mm  Animal   Fertilizers  f   _��������� -v  ������?j    *-ji������r^  ���������������" ������������������ *~^* v  ���������*- ������^_tVJ  %7tifm  ' t TT  "*/ **lm  r1- __  *AL-^m  - '- ,"4 ������&1  -       *.<!/    A '**JJ>,IlA'������'i  i ��������� rwv1/*!  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  S   And P@_in OrnHftre.  j Call or send for our  j New Pamphlet'which is  \ full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  ���������  Ui-nltof-i  __  1-  *a  T������ *"*  pills are exceedingly pov  in regulating the  piliH are cs-tccuiugly yuniii.��������� ia i c^iu^uus  ii'S  generative portion cf the female system. Refuse  all cheap imitation?. Dr. de Van. _ are sold at  **5 a box. or three for $10. Mailed to any address.  __������ Seo-beii j_tm_ Co.. 8*. Cat���������ffinew, Ont.  8  j Head Office  j CALGARY; VANCOU-  j VER;    EDMONTON.  -gS_*- *fgS j_i^mat^4a*m^^*ff^ *mm^i������m^^a~*^%s* aB-'\a <5������ * ^a* '*pm' iBt)������*in^*'^_ni   :*iiW^*^*^^Sir-^i_**^*ii_*^'^^*'B!??*������>  f^mmf ^^ * ^^ "tfe- c '^m, '^*x. * ^*&. ���������^^,* ^*v *^ax. ��������� <*^k������ "\ts **tak, ***^hA 'Vma. * ^^ *^kk *^^     *^b^ * ^^ *^SaT* ^**** "''fiBL * ^**a *^i*iij^t.  ^_ ,^_-  iD'i  _*  j hnmar  TlVftM e  **������??������<*4t'^^:������>iA������T������������������,!^������  ^{���������^mim^i^^^^^Ym^^^t^^  Comprising 125 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B, C.  Rti^mmis -*������������������"-  T  Peaohes  Jn.*mmm Smmmx.  Qj?tiaiBSB~B-B*SS&  GUARANTEED HOUfBE CROWS.  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture i  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. _ACKSON,AgentY Creston, B. C,  Qt-^a        ������-������������������������������*.������-     *.s>.rx A-.**������������������       V***^1^   '      =-=���������vs.   vuu������ii.*A,i0��������� m**v**.  once more to where the Bible" narratives  introduces us to a garden where Adam  and Eve enjoyed the wealth and abandon  of its tropical vegetation,* and where in  che cool of the evening God walked with  man,���������-Cranbrook Herald.  xii  WW  * _*  -a   m m  w  rTTErpiiFlii^  "   8 %M   f Hlf&- BIPE.A-  atf     a )������������������  ww   nt     ma    am. mam*      u     ���������. **_  m  9������fl.  ��������� \ *  SOWING HIS WILD  REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW  How mauy young men  can look back on  their  early life and regret their  misdeeds.   "Sowiii_ their  wild oats'' in various ways.  Excesses, violation of nature's laws, "wine, women  and Bong"-���������nil have their,  victims.    Vlou  hnve reformed but what about the  need you lmve sown*���������what  about the harvest?   Don't  trust to luck.   If you are  at present within the  clutches of any secret hnbit  which is oappiiiR your life  by degrees; if you arc suffering from the results of  ���������pant iiidiiicrctlons; if your  blood has been tainted from  any private disease and you  dnrft not ntnrry; If you ore married and Hvc In dread of symptoms breaking  out end expoJoinff your past; If you arc suil'ering as the result of a msRapcnt  Hfc-DRS. K. & K. ARE YOUR REFUGE..   Lay your case before |  them conHdonHalJy and they will toll you honestly it you arc curable.  YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED      y  -   t-  i       .. I..I-IHU1 jn . ��������� i    -���������   -���������������������������-���������-r ���������* '������������������-*...--,���������   _���������  ..   Wo Treat and Cure VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS DEBILITY,  BLOOD and UkiNAkY CuiviFLAfNTS, KlDjNEY o,,,! r.LADDEH Dlz-  ��������������������������������������������� aind all DUeatet Peculiar to Meri' /  CONSULTATION TOEB.   Hooka Fr������n mn DImmm nt M������iit.  If un-lliltt to call, vu'lt*  lor ���������% Q������A������tin������ m-.nl' in*   HO MIC   "mMATMrMlVr ���������  DRS.KENNEDY&KEN&.EDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griuwold St., Detroit! Mich.  lWBRr,'INIOTICE All letteru from Canada must bo addressed to our  ���������fflP"** mqMHMMPMMR Canadian Corri-Hpoiuleiice Ijmpnrtnicnt in Windsor,  Ont. If you desire to sue us personally call at our Medical Institute in  Detroit an we Heo and treat no patients in our Wiudi.or oIliceH which arc  UHi-d  for - correspoiidenci* nnd   Iviibomtoiy  for   Canadian   bUfiiuesrt only.  ��������� -, i ��������� -,  ,, f i^ '  tem    AAUUltjJ AAAA  AU������I.S.A|4 IM   AVJ41UV,.,.  tDRS. KENNEDY & KENNEUY, Wind-tor, Ont.  U'lllc fur our urivAifc niMrc*,a.  wmm  IF iT^ pmmi  a  SEALED TENDERS addressed tp  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for a Pile Wharj" at Coniaplix, B. C"  will be received at this office until 4 -00  P. IU?, on Wednesday, August 28,1913,  for the constiuctiou of Pile Bent and  Timber Decking wharf at Oomdplix?  District of Kootenay, British Columbin,  Plans, specification and form of ooh-  fcraofc con be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Deportment imd at th'0  bfliccsof F. W. Aylnier, Eeq , Disti'iot  Engineer, Chase B. 0., O. C. Worsfohl?  Esq., District Engineer, Now WiiHfcimiiR.  ter, B; C, L.O. Elliot, Ef=q , District  Engineer, Edmoutou, Alra,. and on application to iho PoBtmneter ntComaplix,  B. O.  Persons tendering nvrv iioHflod that,  londers will not be confildered unlofiB  mado on tho printed forms supplied, nnd  signed with iheir actual higuaturep,  stat.iug thoir ' occupation nnd  plaooB of residence, ln tho oano of firms1  tho notual slgnatuvo, tho nature of the  occupation, and plnoo of residence of  each mombor of the firm musfc bo givon  Ifiiich tendor imiBt bo aooompanie'd by  an ncooptod ohequo on a ohnrtorod bank  payable to tho order of the Hononrablo  MmlHtor of Publlo Worlis, equal to ton  por oont (10% ��������� of thoanionnt ot the ten-  dur, wldoh will bo forfeited if the por-  HOil iiHliiiuluM iluuliiio io c-utor li'.to r.  oontraofc v^hen oallod upon to-do. ho, or  fail to comploto tho woile oontrnctod for.'  if tlio toiuh'i* bo y-jt 'n'copUnl tliu cbi-qui*  will bo roturncd.  Tho department dooR not bliulltfcoU to  accept tho lowest or any 'tender.  By ordor,  it. a. DEsnooiijms,  Secretary.  Doimrtniciit nf Public Worlcu,  Ottawn, July 80, 1912  !NOWHpill)IUN will imi, ������������> |ii4ii4    ������iii     nia"  iiuvortlsQtnt'rit if rluiy insert it without  authority from tho Department ��������� 2fj_uu.  m.  ���������B-  m  m \<m    i.  . X .  m  iii  \mi  \r.  iHH  ��������� V."  W  ito  imi  xb  w  Vtt  usinessman.1  11 Mm  se your  iness by  ionery.  W"  ito  im)  pi  n  \w  mm  pr mt  . *w%  (���������V  v m ���������*  *x������  ���������m  - ���������������������������������_-, ���������  m  m  m  M  Cf :  *' ?%\  f *��������� ���������> i  ���������A* *~*^,  *  ���������'I  tisiM THE    CBESTON   BBVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C,  w������ i mm; in Hi,  S?. O. SoraSoin Hewitt, Dsb-  1  rsrsstrtBoer-i  Erotor.rTiS.cgiS'Cj,  ...A,  -y~������  referring to the infantile death rate  i   from intestinal diseases and diarrhoea I  I  spread by tbe house ny, he believes S  m   that the so-cilied harmless fly is year!}- |  I  causing  the death of  thousands of g  .  infants,  as  well   as   spreading   the I  germs of typhoid fever.             ~ 5  efiii'*&  are the best thing to rid your house  of these dangerous pests.  King oi" the Barbers  The sudden death of Chaudri Lalai  Meah. the head barber of Madras, at'  Veerappa Varar, Coil Street, Myla-t  pore, recently, nas disclosed interest-^  ing details abcnit the working of the!  Vict-j  rl   *o!  barber  fraternity  of  Madras.  The fraternity has been in cv  ence for over 120 years. Chaudri isj  commonly known in the North o������ lii-i  dia as barrister, or vakli, but the post!  amongst the  barbers of Madras car-!  He is  | IN. THE MANSION YARD  Tnere's no need now tb look about my  f f *���������.*.,  Or lift a cautious chair  ] But uses of old years my senses cheat  And still I think him there.  He "nasi  ries i much* higner position.  their head '"���������nd their judge.  eight   councillors,  or   jurors,   and   he*  decides   cases   that   come   up   before!  him with their aid. -'  The Chaudri's post is a life appointment When he dies, forty  days ifter his death a mass meeting  of barbers is held, and the vacancy  is filled.  The elected. <nfi.n fioui precedence  should have been a juror, should be a  man of good birth, education, and  character. The barber fraternity of  Madras now consists of 160 Mohammedan barbers, and will meet at the  Mohammedan barbers' mosque in  Porti-guese   Church      Street,     North  ^SA.*?, -*as.e_ . __*.������_      <   .___���������. __���������-..-  m9-x"^a*\g ivcau "iVMlTSOyci  known for suftburra,  heat* rashes, eczema,  sore feet*-* stings ana $m  **!i_������e_Ss   A sldss food ��������� e������  All Drmntotm mad 8tmria.-4Q$.r  An jElephant Dentist  The elephant at the Riverdale Zoo  acts as its own dentist. A short  time ago i+ pulled a tooth which had  been bothering it, the operation being  witnessed by **a number of persons  who were watching the animal at  the time,.  It appeared to be in pain, and worked  its  trunk round  iu ils raouiu as  Georgetown which is supported Jby j though to dislodge something unpleas-  the Mohammedan barbers of Madras,, ant.      At last, after moving its trunk  and. by-the. fines, levied by the Chaud  ri, to elect their Chaudri from one of  tbe "jurors, and place on the jury, one  of their own men.       --���������������������������'  ?������-!__ Reward, $Wv.  The read eh) of this vuvec will be pleased to !e*m  that, there Is ������t least otic <in*ai.t*U disease tnat science  iu������ !)oeu abiu t������ care in sit its stog?*, srui tliat ta  '. Cauirrli,    Hail's. Catarrh   Curb   ia  tbe  only   positive  ! cure now known to tue medical fraternity.     Caiarru  ; belnsr  a 'consuliitiu'.-al   tliarasc.  rciiuires  a .constItu-  : tiin-ul."ln.*a*-uH*nt.    U'.ill's Catarrh Cure S3 taKen 4n-  i t4*r;ially, acr'as cllrrct'y upon the blood-and mtu-mis  surbecs   of    tho laysicni.   thereby   destroym*   irm  rouudatto-i  of   th(> 'titneus<!,  o Mi  eivlng   the  patient  itrcogth by buiulln^ up the constitution and o-wirit-  nir natiir*- in iiol;is: ita work.   The* *>roi>rii>tor������ havo  w much faith l-i Ha'-curative powers tbat ebey offer  One  H������n<lre<l  P<>1;������ri for  *������ny i-asi! that lt Jallfl to  curiv.. Wend lor list of tPritlmrmia's  Addrvss V..������. <*Hi:XEY & CO   Totedo. O.  .S*OM- hv ail t>riint;ista. T6c.  1'as.s Ilaii'a Faisity Pi'.la int tonatiiiallon.  frantically,-.-..the'animal drew something from.'its" mouth. it cast the  tooth thus extracted out of the enclosure. The-'molar was large, and  had evidently broken off In the gum,  as all the root aid not come out.  The crown was in a pood state of  prfeaei*-- alien, uat there were siyus oi  decay lower down.  Along the hearthrug stretched in full  content,  A   UUll      AJA      A-lAG       AAA -G     44.0      l.*���������������  Ah! there wero some things with the  old dog went  " ln*d not thought could die.  ������  h Derisive.  earn,  Nor give, he gave to me,  And  that deep  fondness  in his  did burn  Mine own were shamed to see  And though to men great IbIs Isls Is  But while she wears >ho,r veil.  This love looked ou my stark infirm  Itlcs  Life-long and did not fall.  lit^i **������������������������������������������������������*V-%  |4|Cl!iWfl  mmiluI ili_ut3 i a Win  If ������nrt ?>���������* readrtft care cases of O-rK Spavin. SpCat,  RjneV-ie,    Bony    Growths  cr ^_  lameness     fruui;   bruises /IT*"*^*^       74  cr    other    cums?      TJr-cu-     "*" '  sands of other Famxrrs aretlo-  inx ii���������Iykve bee;*, dwin^r it f ���������������  over 35 ycurs-     It's ths   o'/i,  saic. r?mc_y ynu cin depend  oa.   Cet a bor.lc at ance aiu"  see how much ������**<,-;.! sive -*r _ t.    .^    r   ,tri_    ���������.^  nuke for you.    At ch-w / f^.. -r f.v"? hnjg  t7i*!*$l*tiHjttUi6for$o, fs*itK'9ityx}*<*>P  I  &-Asle  yo'-.r   i2njjj&:st far  book, "Tr<^.\kc on tie  . ttk Horse.** oc write to-      g  fts*V DR-S_.KEWDat_  Eaoebarg. Pans*  Vonsio el.  'r xZ?****?* -.������-'l  -������������������^o.-������'*--   S  T:-ie Most Luxurious Train  The Russian  Rcyai special train is  the   noaviest   and   most   luxurious   iu  , Et.ropc. .   .When   ii   was  constructed  i it was. de-vised to stand a charge of  I dynamite, aud it cannot: be taken fast.  ��������� over most of lhe European lines, b.e-  [ cause their metals are too ligbt.        -  Tbe train contains *> small chapel.  '������������������ with  an icon  of  peculiar sanctity, a  library,    bath-rooms,      drawing-room.  \ dining rboin  and    bed-rooms. The  : servs-is* atiarters are at the rear, and  ; eonsi?t-simply of an ordinary van-like  * carriage arranged with sleeping-  | bunks, as if. c_ board ship. The  1 train, is so made that it can be  ; change-   io  *St   iho -Russian   or   tlie  mid-European gauge.  INDIGESTION  TRIED   IN   VAIN   TO  GET  A  CURE  v���������ALL   MEDICINES  FAJL.&D  Old Tpoubte Disappeared    When    the  tiver andY Bowels Were Set.  Yftigh-c by -  -  DE CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  ��������� .f.4-*  Wlltl.  j ou  cannot,; UiiiKw    a gxe-uvc  take than to think that indigestion is  confined   to -the" stomach.       It   is ��������� a  dist-ase of the liyer and bowels, and  it. is. only, by    getting    those    organs  And is 't clean gone? Nay, an Indian's  heart  ,  Have i, and  even iu heaven.  If heaven ho mine. 1 pray some hum-  a.i. .... -i*  Oio   utu'i.  To earth-joys may be given���������  Fir;'.iio\Mi  tho  rlniilng streets,  some  'qu'ot yard,  " Drowsy with afternoon  Ami  hoes,  with  young graaa    dandelion-starred.  And  Hlues   breaming  June���������  j Across whoso mossy walls tho rolling  psiilms,  iiiue dream-songs, come aloud,  Shall IVat, and living angels vex our  calms  No more than Jlylng cloud���������  Some noojc within my Father's'House,  wiiere still  He lets mo hid*? Old tbys   -  Nor shames me even If foolish memory will '    ���������  '  PUiv   wltli lojig. laid-by joys.  There may my friend await, as once  ou earth,  lyly step, my" hand's caress. * ���������' ������������������  And   naught   of   Fleaven-towu.  mingle  with our mirth  But  tverlaslinglcss.  ���������Py WiilSam I-Tarvey Woods.  About Thunderstorm*?  . Thimderstorms nev^r occur  in the  Arctic  regions. The    neerer.    the  equator the more severe are the electric ,.ir*anifestations.  In certain parts of Central Africa  *he average run of thunderstovms is,  2-50 days per year, yet there are somej| -*-**'of  ve**y curious exceptions. In Sumatra and Java, both very hot climates  theie are only v ninety-two storms  yearly, and in Borneo only about fifty.  The Gold Coast of Africa has only  about sixty a year, which is less than  iuankind not often occm in Plprld*!, though t5\������* latter  country is outside the tropics.  In Java there is a . thunderstorm  cvory day for fiys months. Perhaps,  the most, astonishing fact In regard  to thunderstorms Is that the island of  Mauritius, which is only 550 miles  east of Madagascar, has on an "nver-  ajre only one thunderstorm in eighty  years.  Yet in Madagascar the lightning Is  more* destructive than anywhere else  In the world, the annual death roll  being over three hundred.    -  if" >    '  '  - l_f������ta������s^^ss^,!^','   -">���������������-������  ^i'L.fi-lNI-Srj AH-  X    tXIZTm.  ������    6  Xa     ff  I CANNOT BE CURED  DRUGS I  ���������y^OCTORS,    BILLS    ARS    EX-J  eyes  The  constant     use |  drugs is     expensive, g  Sand likewise unnecessary. Katuro Is 1  the only reliable docior. Gel clost; to |  Nature and be your own physician. |  I It is not hard to do. not uiiTicult to S  I learn. Nature's laws are simple, g  i When the fire buiss lo"f, you don't 1  1 tun for the doctor or drug stole oi tho ������  B patent medicine bottle; you simply I  put   en   mere   fue'     So   whi'ii   disease  *   lm.mmXlmW*^X^m..       C.\Amm���������._  w���������������������ii������ia.*yiy  s.viccrics  or sickness attacks tho body of your, g  Belt or any member of your family, I  ���������ro to Nature's vast storehouse of vi- ������  taiitv and draw therefrom the rcvit- a  nllisiriB forces whlfh banish disea������o g  and   make  you  woll.  Send for Our Free  Book   and   Enjoy  HaaVI Uaal-Mi With  UUuu  ..v-AA,.*:   77!!.!!  ���������^fe*^.  out   Doctors  Medicines  or  S.    Break thi*. bonds ot .  superstition and 1  fear which bind.!  . you, Ec master of !  I your o������n health .-ind -  I  tho   heaHh   of   youi  'VAlSln  Y^a^n'C.KS a nci _^ _ir*^:  You, also, should give approval to this efficient tamtly  remedy���������your bowels will be  regulated so surely and safely *,  your liver stimulated; your  -'���������digestion    so    improved   by  Infarmstson Lacking  j This was about the fifteenth time  that the prisoner had been accused  ar.d brought to trial tor theft. Un-.  fortunately, on this occasion the lawyer who--was to defend him was ill.  Youi honor, said the" prisoner to  the judge. I should like to have  an'.'aujoucnment. My lawyer is not  well. V  Bnt. replied the judge, you were  caught with your h-ind in the gentleman's pocket. What can your  counsei say in your defence'?  Preoise-Iv, your honor; that is what  I am citrious to know.  ���������   Desert   Refreshment  From  a  botanist's  point  of    view,  healthy ahi?" active that you "carl ever j-Mexico must surely-appear as a ver-  hope to cure-chronic indigestion. I itable paradise.      There arc so many  ifere are two cases    rpported    by I iustauces   of   plants   that   have   been  Mr. Skjnncr  failure to cure  the stomach  oughly by using Dr.  Chase's Kidney-j     A  reiiarkable instance is the "bis-  Mver''Pills. i nas;a"  or  as   it   is  commonly   called,  Mr.   A.   C.   Skinner.     Atlantic St.. j the barrel cactus   which name serves  which   tell  of continued I S������fted  by  tne^ bountiful  hand of Na-1 h'D "intimated  re inuigfsiiion by dosti-iR; i tare to replace the deficiencies of the !     Hnw-S thfli  Both were cured thor-! Place   in  which  thoy  grow. -cVpll   t1l. ,  Nothing to.Crow About  Binks stared at a dilapidated chanticleer with a greatly puzzled expression  It fair beats -QiC, he said.  What does? his friend, asked, curiously.  That there rooster. He's a  bloom In' mystery, blow me if 'e ain't.  knov U better than _������ybody else,  and you .know where you aro sick.  You don't want drugs, you don't want  to be coped and enervated by useless  druseing. Write for our free book  today. Specify book Mo. 19. We  pay   the   postage.  DR. H. SANCHE & CO.  364 West St.   Catherine St..  Montreal, Canada  The witness was a young German   _  .            ......  Immigrant   whose   evidence   was  re-   i family-    This    book  quired In an accident   case. WTol^l ^k.To^u  Now,  Br-izmann.  said  tho  examin-        '   '  Ina counsel, what do- you do?  Ah vos bretty veil, replied the witness.  ^ am not inquiring as to your  health. I want to know what "you  do."  iAh  vorlc" "*-  Where dc you work? continued the  coun?el.  In a vactory.  What kind of a factory?   .  It vos a tretty big vactory.  Your honor, said the lawyer, turning to the judge if this goes on we'll  need an interpreter. Then he turned to the Avitness again ?"  Now, BrUzman, what do you make  In the factory? he asked.  You vant to know vot I make in der  vactory?  Exactly'      Tell us what you make.  Dwenty shillings and sixpence a  week.  Th--*r the interpreter got a chance  to earn,his daily bread.  ewe***--_���������������*. \en ���������  ^ .&4������43_a___. .v-*^JwLJ������Aj������-iLi  BEL.L_.VIL.L_.   .:    :    -    ONTARIO  Ovor SOO stutSeTts en-roiled anvtiia-My-���������  one-half *F whom are youn_ tatties.  HiB-heei: f_cillti s in all depai-tmbnts.  Wl.l PisopeM fAondcxy, a~|>t-i*-r>bor {kin,  10 s 2. For illustracc- Calendar stddres-  ti PHICkj}3ii-'Ai. &X&H, &.-������.*  BoW .sverywho'-e.  In box������n. 2S<-  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water In every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  An   Unfortunate   Interruption  The ladies hau retired to tbe drawing-room, and the gentlemen, left to  their coffee and cigars, wore dismissing the r*>������peetive charms of English  and  roreigr.  beauties.  Well, said rho host, after most, of  the guesLs had .aired their t'ipv/s, I  will say this. I have kissed the  wi'chtng French girl, the dainty Japanese, tin? dark-eyed Indian maiden,  tlie lively American miss, and Spain-  Ish, Italian and Portuguese girls, but  my wife's lips are sweetest of'all.  Then a bronzed'   young    subaltern  called out from the other end of the  table-  By  gsd!  and  that's a fact, sir.  Hardwcodhill. Sydney. C.B., writes:  ���������"My wife was troubled with indigestion and tried all sorts, of medicines Jn vain iiearins" about Tjv.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pilis. T got her  to try them, and to our great, delight  sha wa" cured. We would not think  of being without them in the- house  for use when the liver and "bowels became sluggish.  I tcld a friend about them and gave  him a box. He had suffered ���������������������������.'.from  indigestion idr years and tried most  everything he could get. Dr.  Ch-isc's Kidney-Tviver Pills were also  successful in bis. case, and lie says  they beat any medicine he.ever came  across.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25c a box. at all dealers  or Edn-anson, Bates & Co., Limited.  Toronto.  FAMILY   RUNT  ��������� /  Ivorv from Milk  One of the latest discoveries of the  Byii' betlc chemists Is how to make  ivo.*y out of nolhiiiK nu������r������- w..iiili-i ful  than cow's mJlk���������and very good ivory  at that, according lo all accounts.  The original idea was to use the new  ivory fcr piano and organ Ut-ys he-  causo It preserves its original color  iruiollnltely, whereas tho genuine article turns yellow after a time.  Hut It 1ut!h boon found th il the new  pr-iduet Is not only an efficient, sub-  s-'.biUo for Ivory, but can easily be  "pivT'.in "'1 lio us lu (aUu ilm |iliici������ of  ���������amltor. horn, coral, c.ollulold, unit Kueh  illce prcdiicrs, and it ia claimed, can  hard'y he diKtlugulahed from tlu-ni.  It is,in lt,:i position as a RuhsUtntu  for Ivory that. tht> iu'w material has  caused most .surprl.se. however, because it. has the appearance of boini*  ano''i,;r instance of improving upon  Nature. The n������ v; ivory taken a very  high and last Inn polish, mid will  ,'r.ih'ihly not hir-k :i comnierfial field  ���������fo*.    It ,,'.,',   '.'"   -!';-.''v������ 1   !��������� ot*v   eiiiii i������n������>s  (,.   gi\ w  H'-arci'i"  and  dearer  year  by  ���������.  Vl'Ul',  Pulled   Puzzled, and  Perplexed  Tn the bar room ef ���������!>" vjiinf.,. linn-  tolry they ucrc i!l,s''ii.-.sirig D\r ha lilts and mnrmers of Home of Ihe. Hummer viHitors.  Th'!'. th'-f" w/'M-^lres'ied eh-ip. wi'd  r\y.'- ������������������������������������!��������� .t t./.i I.. j,>>������ !������i ,:.,,,ir'nii' mii-  nhle in ih" s'reet ��������� - why,, e ioiuIm hi^  "air   <'\'i���������!���������>'   in' imiiits-'  The ot In*, -* lit-i.-iH'd In ,'i.sioulsh-  im tit .  Iiiuiiui 'civ 'e ataiidrf ll.   .\i-iit  on ih" >  siiulii-j-lil.'lli I       or.lV       r-illlh-, lil'l"'  once a  wi'.-k  and  ilu'U  it   v.-i-ny   in: li  lui'M my '<<l off!  Kl.ldcr- -'l hn:   frlluv/ mriUi-H  i.'i-if i ii"   (i.'l..    i.f ;r >!l  Klild' H"    lii.i 1,111.   liJ(i!<    III  im  n    li:  i-rary   i'V.i|i.  Kldrii-r     ih-"-   eo'        ��������� H ������������������   tn < ���������  ������������������  i.ii-  .v -.ou,il:i   for   til,.'   el'*' frji     ;,,-,),  i-niii  ���������l.l II V   -  lkiv    (in    i.irlwr i      I a, ���������'��������� -. .  ., i'    i.  '���������'.ilV r      (to      f U < V *     l-vit i  :��������� i il"i-  n,v   nun.   1*  \A,-;iruij:  a  H'*  *���������'��������� '���������������������������������������������:  ���������;f>    :i    *���������:������-.-������ T- J" 1  ', l l "   V 1  W.   N.   U.  OtO  Kansas   M?n  Says Coffee  Made   Him  That  "Coffee ha? been used in onr family of eleven���������father, mother, five  sons aud four daughters���������for thirty  years: I .tin Ihe oldest of the boyR  and havo always been considered tho  runt of the family and a coffee toper.  "T 'iontl-Mied to drink It for years  until 1 grew to be a man, and then  I foundT had stomach trouble, nervous  hoadr she a poo-- circulation, \vaa unable to do a full day's work, took medicine for this-, that, and the other  thing, without the least benellt. In  Cict I oniv  weighed   IIil when 1  was  "T'icn 1 changed from coffee to  Vo ituni. being lhe llr*-"! one In our  fain I l*y to do so I noticed an did  the rest of lho family, that. I was  purel*. gaining atrengtli and uVmIi.  Shortly nf'cr I was visiting my cousin  who f-r.id. 'Yo ' look so much hotter,  yv.i're getting fat.'  "At break fa ft his wife passed me  I ii em. of coffee. a?i shr* knew I wart  j.uv.;i.\ -. :-,iii !i .-. c(.free drinker, hut I  i sad, 'No,  i hank  you.'  ' 'What- nnld my cousin, 'vou nuit.  I eo*"''".'*' Whnt do you drink?"  I " 'PoHluin.' I nabj. 'or water, and I  1 i>.\\ wen,' They did not know what  1 l'n--t**m war, hut. my cousin had rj.om-  ; jicli ii'i'.nhle nnd conld not. ideeu at  ] ni-.-hi frr.m dsinklni* coffee three thiu'n  ' -,i day. He wrm find lo lenrn atiou!  ' "\ ���������������������������;'. ���������) m'. ���������'���������'.*!! !'" ii'i'i'i' V'dcw enlTi'o  ! hurt anyone. iToa In jnHt aa In-  .iiirif'tt-- a ������������������ iiifi'i' In ciihit" It ci>nti\(n-.i  I i'afl'i''")o. the name ilrug found  in cof-  I    fI.,..)  "M'ler  iinderHtiuidlii'.!;  my  condlllon  i   /I   lio.v   I  gut   Wi !l  h"  1'iiew   v.'!i:ir   lo  (In  for 'ilni'ii If        Me dl -covered  I In I  AJ'il'l'lM,    ;\,\H   tli"   e'lllr'l'   nt'   )li.<    llOIlM"   il-,  h      u,",-,-r   u,,ir   lohacco   or ���������anvihlni?-  el-Hi   ,r   Hi"   l<lnd Vou   Khnuld   ncn  11,       ,���������,',,,..    in    lil iii    now.      VV"    hut !|  |,    (..tc   licit    ' ���������'   reiAieiCH      wlio     liii'i'r  l',-(,ni   i ���������,'i'i,i.   drii Ulni;   would   iilop  nnd  ii ...   i������n'iiipi'   thi'.',-   eould   hui'd   iuii'i,   iii  !;.;i|'*i  :i,'"t h;i pidiie-iti. "       Nam" illvi'ii  I,      i. ,,,.,,1 ;.i.,    I'or.ium   <''>  .    Wlml'ior,  i ii,<  ���������|i|, i ,���������'-,   :t    r<Ti'nni ,           i ���������c;ii(   mm-   iu.   ..,,,,    -    i,,  ii ������������������   .,,,,,..,      , ,.      ..,...���������   P ������;:���������.������������������.  _v������r   re* *d   th-**   *"h0Vf������   le,*f*r*'   A   n*\Ai  .The baboo English of India is usually commercial* but recently a baboo lawyer offered a fine example in  ins defence of a woman client.  My 'earned friend with mere wind  from a teapot thinks to browbeat me  fiom my legs, he asserted. He had  probably a "tempest in a teacup" In  mind, I only, seek, he continued  earnestly, to place my bone of con-  tentior, cleprly In your honor's eye.  An Tndi7in station-master, having  been annoved by a certain female  m"k-ha\vker, addressed the following  remons-,trance to her employer.  Honored Sir,���������I beg you will remove your handmaiden of milk, as  fiV.fl is not a good-fellow, and we cannot stJind her cheeks.  well to describe" its shape. Strange  to say, it pttains its greatest size in  the sun-b*.ked deserts of Mexico,  where watt������" '*"��������� scarce; and where it  stores up moisture to provide the  vvecry traveller and his horses with  thepreclon? fluid. -In these arid reg-  ions*he wnter ,supply- sometimes com-  pletelv fails, and the Indian places  his reliance on this plant, evpn to mix  his bread.  It varies in size, but the average  plant is about 4ft. high and l3,_ft.  in-'diameter, and during the rainy sea-  sor absorbs the water through the  roots. ������.nd transfers it to millions of  cell-Hko structures in its capacious  interior which'is composed ������f a white  pulpy mass, aud? this, on being  squeeze- gives out its secretion.  at?  Well, the beggar's always crowingt j  You wouldn't think it, perhaps, but  That blighter there gets up at> three  every morning lookin' for worms  what" ain't there. Then 'e crows .as.  if he'd got a cropful. A bit later  in the day the farm-girl comes out  to feed 'im along with the rest, but  a whoppin' big game-cock drives 'im  away breakfastless every time. Then  thougn it seems 'ar.1 to believe, the  beggar crows  seme    more! After  breakfast 'e goes off to mash some  of the stuck-up hens, but then another  rooster comes along and chews what's  left ot his moth-eaten comb, and gen-  eri.lly makes a gory mess of 'im. Then  'e crows again. -  Well,  what  about it?  W^P/iSCS   &5 ������ *r MIL 0&U������R& f  I .     ,HTf nNATIONAL STOCAI roott CO. t|IArTCJ>. TMjgWTO ���������  What  a"bout/ii.  J   JU      llaugCu  t'     T  robbery  in    full  -a young  Tho Man V/lth Asthma, almost  longs for death to end ins suffering.  Ho Rrr-.- nhead only yeni'H of endless  torment with Intervals of rest which  are themselves, fraught, with never  censing fear of renewed attacks. Lot.  him turn to "Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Ttemcdv and know whnt. complete  relief 11. can give. Let him but. une  It faithfully and he will find his asthma a thing of (he pa fit.  The Population of the Ocean  A striking proof of the vnstnosf* and  variety of tho population of the hoh  la furnished by a committee of the  '/oo'ioglcl depart ment of Iho British  As.ioe'ntlon ln Ihnl pnrt of the Irish  Son  burrou'ullir- Ihe Isle of Mini.  Out of.tie LOiif* spc'Clei marine animals collected ??A never hol'oro had  been 'ftund in Unit, region, 'tri were  previously unknown aa Inhtihltnnts of  r'.ie Brlthslv watery, and 17 were entirely new to fu.intK.'C, indeed, I hey wero  an I m ���������"���������.'���������-������ wbbtfo existence had never  Ijomii .Mi.speel.cd.     NTo\v York Herald.  Mlnard'o   Llnlnr*nt  Cures  Diphtheria.  ���������    A  Fair Catch  The      annual      concerted  known  as  the bazaar,  was  swing  There was one hero there-  man, who had strolled alt round, and  so far boupht nothing. . Nor. did he  intend to do ,so. -Bnt'a determined  looking young woman tackled him as  he passed her stall for the second  time.  Won't you  buy a    nice    cigarette-  holder?   she  asked   winuingly.  .-'"'Thanks, I don't smoke, replied the  brave yoti'-h.  Or a pen-wiper? 1 worked it myself, srbe'addcd softly..-  Thanks, I never write, he repeated  again sadlv and solemnly.  Then bore's a nice box of chocolates. Her tones were getting colder.  Thanks, I don't, eat sweets.  , Then  a  gvim  look came over her  fair   face,   as   she   produced   a   plain  wooden box from the    hack   of   her  stall  Sir, she t*nld cuttingly, will you buy  thj.-i  lux of a.-������ap.'  And the young muu. with a sickly  grin, paid  up.  can see what "the josser's got to crow  ahout!,������������������..--.Can��������� you?v- '���������;���������;;[, Y ;.": [-.../:     ���������' Y~  voung Lady������������������Well, Mrs. Smith,  won't you have another piece-of cake?  Old Ladv (eyeing the ham sand-  ���������\nch)���������Well, mum. if it's all the  same to you I'd rather 'ave a taste o'  sum mat as has drawed breath.  Something Like That       '���������-.'.  Teafcher���������Tho right to have more  than one wif<s is called polygamy?  What is It when only one wife Is  rjlowed a mat *'���������      ,  Willy���������Monotony** ma'am.��������� Lippln-  ���������   ft's.  Paddy was driving home from the  market with his ass and cart when  he was accosted by a police-sergeant,  w':io charged him ' with overloading  the donkey. ti'-.-..:.' titi  Whatweight, he asked, Is an ass  able to pull?  Faith then, ans-wered Pat. yourself  o-ight to know best. " _iow much can  you pull?  Difficult  Occuontion  That everything lihoi.al he in ils  own pl.'ice In n mntter not only of  eoiiver.lence, bul (if neeenslly for  some people, and noinn nnininlH. ('or-  filn oriif������rn of liilolleet run mnooihiy  lit neciiHloniPd groovesi. but have no  ��������� ��������� li till v lo meet nny unnmnl occarlon  .-im h wan ihe limited m<������nl:il *i*;t11v-;i������ or  .in  emp'.eve of a  traveling nvingerfe.  The   nhowiiuui    wiih   repi'iiilin.',   IiIh  1"i :mii lil.e a schoolboy.      lie vc t r,-  <* i   -,iiit,   nil   lil''   i:n:::'i i.i t :.' i"      "I    \. ������������������   ���������.:..-  Irii'li   of   Africa   upon     the     uncanny  !������������������!'  or:!  v,-  i������-  .,-  -...������.,r. ffniy. lii������\������- tn tlrni;.   Tl.cy  i are   fji-nulnr    true, 4 and  full  of  hit man \ ������l  in<'.v lioer. un iiei>iiiininj-, oi lit  I nt err r*. Whi'ii   IiIh  hack  l:i  turned.  .., i 11.    i,,      ,,    ,,,...     ��������� ,1.       >  Iinni <l   lo  ln>  gif-diig'.  ��������� tilt. inv frit ud. Komcone nri WI, in mi  undo!'m*ii\   io   Iha'    functlonai-.v.   ihat  ���������     . r      ������   ,-.. I , . ., , ,        ,      i  I. ��������� . ,      . , i -       ������.,,....  '!���������.    .,,���������'.',������������������,,!   -i*   AiMiiralla  They're always plnylng jot'fi mi me,  <i\<:',tliu< <|    the    tiliou lll.'HI     pllll'ili-. nly ,  |!ic\   eii'i   ii   cove   tell   which   I.   which  - Rinrj  Off  Two tolophonn girls ln different  counti y ovchangoH wero having a  chat over the wlrca on tho subject of  droHB. Thoy were both going on  tho r!Vor on the following Sunday  aftoruoon, nnd Iho discussion on  what thoy should wear waxed Inter-  cdlhu-.  Kor fopr nilnutpfl, live minuteH, ten  mlmitcfi, the topic hold their attention, '.'.nd watt Htn iniexhausled, when  in Imporllnont   Impatient, imperative  ��������� aacu.'iiio  voice broke up    tho    con-  ��������� arsntloiiiil  iticeting.  Arc you thoro? the voice yelled.  Are���������ynir-thore? Hallo! Ah, at  hinl!   Who  Ih   that,   speaking?  Who���������  What  -lino   d'you   tlunii   you re  onr j  donmndod one oi iho girls, .indignant  and   annoyed.  Hoally. eaine the weary reply, l  don't know; but from the dlHeuHPilon  Ihat'i* golni.' on l Hhould think I'm on  iho clolhciri line.  Wliib cnrrylngiii lnider throuijli lhe  crowded hIi'i'i'I**- o. London, the other  day, ri h'** li'lKhnuiti  wnn ho unforlun-  ;, j .,-     :  i    ! .-.    !  ;���������!���������:])���������    -.-.     -,'������������������<���������    ���������  ���������'>,-���������<���������    ���������������������������h,,'">'  In a sh'ip.        Immediately    dropplm-  li',!;   hi'td"!*,   In*   hroVi*  luio  a   run:   hnl  i.ih')p-ke"t������"r I  uiul   caught I  ho li;'d be ll :-ee!i hy I'n  who .'tinbed i ���������> ** t c ��������� ���������- hlu.  him hy thn eoihir.  "-  -    I ,.'     ���������������������������,.,-ll-.       ...vO-'nc-it       Hi,,  fiboP-l-������'.-M������ei'   whin  he    had     legulned  lllll   hl'i'lilll, Vol     liliVe      IiIiikvii      in.',  window.  ���������"���������Juro  '   tuive,    .ir.senled    Pal;     and  lliii.'.'l,    .VHU    !,ee    UU!    i UUUIU/.,    hoillu    to I  got tin* mono;   U������ pay for It?  H������  llhrn  A highgrade chew for  those who want conid-  thing better than usual.  "Empire Navy Plug" ia  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You are sure to like  "Empire Navy Plug".  /mil. LIVE DEALERS HAVE IT~  AS1_ YOUK.5.  i   iii  rorgotten Which? .  They were mother ' and daughter,  trove'ing on the briny ocean. It  was a cheap trip from Folkestone to  Boulr&ne, and the sea was very  rough. .  ' Suddenly  the daughter  exclaimed:  Oh, mamma,  it's coming on again  worse than everf  But why. May, asked her mother,  did you not follow out the "���������Sirectio-rts  about which your father told you before you came ou board?  Because, answered the daughter, in  a fail*.! voice, I've forgotten -whether  I ought to breathe in as the vessel  rises, and let - the-'. urcstu go.out as ;  it moves downward,.or whether it  ought to be the. other way. And  oh���������oil���������oh-���������, I wish 1 were (lead.  IH  ti  '!_  -:<    ������.l ^r^n'-;'''i:7.p?-'-,J^l.r.^,Ji:  i^-:i'*.&5f?^-ts?flv%S"-S".K5:r-:.%  0ffsS^������^������^S^$^^^^^^  Wfi  mMM^msMM^sm  ZT'Ati m.Z.1!?~."������Zl'Z'J.'J''.t.~^..������������������:-'-l*^._"f*V-:"*~-*''''*-'-^.^-V.j^  .i/v-".?������������������,-^-;;-^-l.^^  <_  f-vtvc -   r*i*T?e'TPrt*_i     ���������S'WVTTi*TS7"       /-i-ry-MC-npjriiTvT    - T**   r������  DEBATE HAY KOW POSTPON  OPENING OF PANAMA  L-'iii^r.L  Ppesiclsssft TsfS P-&c������i_&lS'w, ProHsissd to have tH^s Og-na.!  * 1  Ready by  Next Year,  but  Unless   Congress Takes  Action  at Once,   There  will fee, Further Delay '  * Washington. ~ Unless Cong-*������ss  takes action to provide for the operation of the Panama Canal at the  present session, 'President Taft and  Secretary of Wai Stlmson believe that  lt will be practically impossible, for  the army "of engineers to lteep their  promise and open the big ditch to  ships of the world next year.  According to the Information  brought to the White House $he prospect .of action by Congress on canal  legislation* at this session Is growing  ���������mm^mnrx^%.a-J\ *"  A d-*4*L4_������t,������^ m  Mr. Stimson was understood to believe, that there is little contention  ovor the proposed administration and  operation of the canai, but the question of tolls and railroad-owned steamships have stirred up, controversy in  * both houB������->B, and today neither the  president nor his secretary of -.war  were hopeful of settling it.  The Panama Bill wub put a'-dde  V?rdn in the Senate after Senator  Brandege, who is ^aiding it, stated  that th- adjournment probably would  be hastened if it were considered In  the Senate, whiie the Post Office Bill  was in conference, but the only ray  of 'comfort that Altered through .the  White House was the news that Re-  pjesentative Aaamson of ' Georgia,'  chairman of the House Committee on.  Inter-State  Coinmerce, .was  consider  of administration and operation of the  canal.  Mr. Adamson was understood to be  ready to bring In such a question  whenever It becomes apparent that  there is no chance of a compromise  and the two houses become deadlocked ever the other que&tkn}.  Mr. Tafi was much concerned over  the prospect of a delay in the opening of the canal. \  When he broke ground at San Francisco last October for the Panama  Pacific Ex-position he practically  promised the people of the slope county to have the canal ready next year,  speko of the Oregon as the, ship that  should first cleave Its water, and  made $t clear that he would like to  oe on b*r bridge when the trip-began.  So ar the president has refused  co writs a special message to Congress  on the subject of the Canal.  He told Visitors recently that' he  did not believe it Was neeessaiy for  him further to advise Congress* of his  position.  Within the last few days, however,  members of the House have notified  him that they would oppose any legislation in regard to the Panama Canal that did not settle what the questions involved."  Secretary Stimson has taken issue  ���������  8 4-A ���������      W   ������*W   . Aw..W %m , .9. >^ ��������� -��������� -���������������  - *  C.P.R. to firing ������8,000 Msr. W������8t to  He6*J With -Wheat'.Crop  Montreal.���������The Canadian Pacif.c  Railway has 'announced the dates  ot the numerous harvester excursions  which lt will run to carry to the  west the 68,000 hands required to  handb* the crop this year,  The excursions, will commence from  the, maritime provinces - on August  12; the second leaves August 16,  and will be for the benefit pf,prospective harvesters in the province of  Quebec and eastern Ontario as far  as Kingston and Renfrew. The  third will leave August 20 and will,  be run from Toronto aud weBt to  Sarnia and south of there, while a  fcurth will start August 23 from  northwest Ontario and the district between Toronto    and    Kingston    and  5ha***n,f*t    T_olr_ '  The company has also arranged for  additional excursions to be run from  TcontO and all points east in Qntar-  io, Quebec and the Maritime provinces  A '.gust 28, and from Toronto and ail  poi-ts west August 30.  Leeward  Islands    Grateful  Ottawa, Ont.���������The    legislature    or  the   Leeward   Islands  has  forwarded  through  the colonial    secretary    the  > formal thanks of that colony" for the  hospitality shown  their delegates by  *tne  government  and   people  of Canada   durir_<_   the  recent trade conference.  frt    a.   SB-fc-ff-_������������������������__������_ Bfffr 6 1_<J-  ������5 il iW&7Sfiri ffllftJIIHf  NEW JAPANESE    EMPEROR  BE TOO MODERN  MAY  t*ng the Introduction of a journal resolution providing for the machinery   not made his attitude known.  Asquith May Visit Canada  'Xiondon ���������The- Dally Mail states  that It ds now understood that Premier Asauith and the first lord of the  admlrfcky will visit Canada after Rt.  Hon. R. L. Borden's return, at a  date not yet definitely fixed.  in any event, ims journey  made on one ofi-Britain's dreadnoughts  end th������ visit may be made the occasion of an Imperial demonstration, declares  th?  Daily   Mall,   and  Quebec,  t of compliment to the French Can  -III    V.O,  FOb* STATISTICAL. BUREAU  Expresses "���������* Desire That Business be  Resumed to Avoid Losses to His  Subjects���������Advisors Say he Must us������  Tact to -Avoid Antagonizing Element Near the Throne:  Tokio.���������Business in the capital-and  generally throughout the country  which came to a standstill with the  death of the etnperar has been re-  pumed, the Emperor Yoshohito having  expressed the desire.that there should  be no further cessation owing to the  lobses entailed to the people and its  in erference with International exchanges.  Nevertheless deep    national    senti-  W..-S..A    4_    At^f....~iX.1~    *������������..*������������������.....I. **������������n      ...USIa  A.4<L.AAL     IO    AA4C30A3A AAAAAAO     C , C. jf(��������� UCl U,       ,* AAA4������^  international sympathy Is pronounced.  The Emperor was kept - busy  throughout the day during which he  issued an edict proclaiming his accession to the throne, which *he read  before a vast crowd of high officials  ind officials of the administration.  He also personally proclaimed hiB  succession to the army and navy.  The Japanese foreign office has no-  titled the foreign powers that the imperial birthday has been changed  from November 3rd (Mutsuhito's) to  August 31  (Yoshihito's birthday).  Following the farewell taken of the  late   emperor's  body  by    the    mem  bers, ot the im_erlal family the body  was deposited in a casket with a  quadruple measuring nine feet by  four feet and then placed in a special  mourning chamber.     ,  The exact details of tho imperial  funeral have not yet been announced.  The special bureau has- been formed  for making the funeral arrangements,  of'which Prince Fushinii Sr.F has  haen appointed chief and Viscount  Watanabe sub-chief with forty-one  high officials meets August 11 and  will   then  probably  reach  a  definite  J-.-!������������������������������-      nr.     t-n.     4 V. ~     ArtX^  UOVIA,.,;.!      A.O      A-V4       CAA^s      AAAAAV? ���������  It is believed the main ceremony  will occur.at Aoyoma parade grounds  where formerly the grand birthday reviews were held.  - His advisors are said In diplomatic  circles to be much worried lest the  new mikado prove undiplomatically  up-to-date in his politics. ,  It Is to tell the members that he  means to he a modern ruler that his  majesty wants parliament called in  extra session.  The group nearest to the throne  has no objection to modernity but a j  <S*l *���������������_ ��������������� 4f_ JT-W  M'HI If IE.  sU'UM'J'^-i  Till*?     -������Ii!_!li-V_  IMS' '- tJ%}l%i?������m.H  i,.i_*���������._ttift ii.m v  LESSON      VI���������;THIRD'- QUARTER,  FOP  AUGUST  11.  1912' *  ,:' var*!_  -titi%m  Text of the Lesion, Mark iv, to v, 20,  Memory verses, 38, 39~GoIden Text  Fs.  xivi   I, 2-iR.V.)���������Commentary ,  Prepared by Rev'.   D.   M.  Stearns.  It comes to me as I begin to "write  tiiis lesson that we should always S������_  Jesus in His life on earth among'men  as God manifest hi the ileslv revealing God to us, that we may know Him  personally and trust Him and let Him  live in us, that others may know Him.  for the poor world knoweth Him not.;  We must also recognize always _'  great adversary, the devil, who haterf  God raid man and  would kill God if  he     4*f*w!4*i  A.A.4.A        .MlbuV..  would keep men in ignorance of God *  and of Christ and  possess them 'for  his own ends and turn them against  God. - He has great power with God's  strong element In the country tninks   S^arrr^^-,^  Commissinr Reports in Favor of Establishing New Bureau  Ottawa, 'Ont.���������It is probable that  tbe statistical commission, composed  of Profeseor Adam Shortt. Richard  Gregg, pnd E. B, Gop.tep: recently appointed to investigate the question of  vollecting statistics will recommend  the formation of a%statistical Bureau.  The  commission  will  report to the  minister or trade and commerce  by  ndians, would be the ideal place. -Any [ September- 15 next  r������*_erve"that has been felt by a section  fi' the French-Canadians ought to be  removed by ths speeches -^hich have  w.ilcomed Premier Borden and his col-  'eaa-ue8 in Franc**.  Francs will be the first to encage them in any decision that will  strengthen the naval power of Great  Britain, for upon that power and upon  the army ot Prance rest the foundations of the understanding whicn is  the assurance of peace.  ���������      _ ai__i ������������������i- ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������'  Reduced Rate Jbr Heip to Assist  Farmers  .Winnipeg.���������The railway companies  have arranged with the agents representing the different governments  of Manitoba 'Saskatchewan and Al-  oerta to give a one cent-a-mile rate  to all parts where they ��������� are needed  hy aoaie farmers. This rate will  -tart August 5, and certificates must  be obtained trom the provincial im-  rnigratton industrial bureau, from the  Domiuiou iinmigratlon office and &1-  bo from the agents representing Saskatchewan and Alberta.  These rates wlh only be good for  a couple ot weeks, so as to assist the  farmers before the arrival of the excursions, which will taKe place after  August i.. Tbe minimum fare will  be eighty cents.  Would Return British Visit  Calgary.���������The   Calgary   board    of  trade will Inaugurate a movement to  At presem>each deparimeut collects  its own statistics and in the general  renu'ts there Is a ���������greai* lie**! of overlapping. A bureau would serve to  concentrate* the energy now used, and  to con.pi]e more authoritative figures.  The commission is at present interviewing various provincial governments on the question, .co-operation  with provincial -departi-pats also being desireo.  More Cattle for Alberta  Cardston, Alta.���������The first extensive shipments of genuine steers  ever broueht into Alberta are now  being made from Mexico foi* the account of Gordon Ironsides & Pares,  the well-known cattle men. , In all,  1\000 head of long-horned steers are  being brought here on ten trains,.  Owi g to i_������ present diSlc-iIties in  Mexico it was necessary to bring the  V^RiLlt;    l���������    i j    a (vow,       a OAaa,       ilUMCi     --ft  strong guard of Mexican rurals and  tnocTsted"police. The cattle business  is now in a flourishing condition in  the Cardston district, while reports  from all quarters indicate bumper  crops, espppially In wheat and small  grains. * # -  the nation has been getting away  from the best ideals in recent years.  The elder statesmen have great power  in the land and particularly backward  in their views Much tact is necessary to avoid antagonizing them.  Mutsuhito was an adept at pursuing  modern methods while seeming to  cherish every tiling - ancient. Yoshi-  Iiilo's trainlufe barf been atiietiy on  present day .lights and it is feared he  may do or say something impolitic.  London.���������The war vessels of the  British fleet have been ordered by the  admiralty to fly their colors draped  with crepe at half mast and the Japanese flag at the peak as a mark of  respect to the late emperor of Japan.  W -���������   -I-   ���������������������������*������������������   ^x  PANAMA   CANAL   LEGISLATION  U.S.   Secretar*-* of War Says it Will  Take Year t-������ Organize Operation  WaBh'ngton ���������A   request   that   the  Panama Canal legislation be split* in-  4.~     -.=-.-_^*_     vlll- +-U..4.     4-V>_     fic/hi  m.. .J^.ff......^f ./*.������.? ������������^ ...a..^- w������������������ ���������w   f*."er free toils may not hold up the  iirmediate passage of other provisions was made at the house by Secretary of War Stimson. He* Informed  tho interstate commerce commission  that lt will take a year to organize  an operating organization for the  canal.  Unless funds are immediately voted  for this purpose, Stimson pointed out  uiat il. imgtit go over ior anoi._er year  and tho canal opening date would find  the   big   ditch   without   a   competent  operating force.     It is also necessary  ���������Stimson believes, if economy is to be  effected, for money to  be appointed  at once,  for the construction  of dry  docks, so that the    machinery    now  being gradually retired in the canal  building may be utilized in the new  work.   "  The  secretary also  said  it  was absolutely necessary that maximum and minimum toll figures be set  this session, so 'that the world's shipping interests which make their contracts,, sometimes two years    in    advance-may be able to figure out the  freight charges.  PRINCE JOHN, YOUNGEST SON  OP KiNG GEORGE V  To Keep Some* at Home  Toronto'.���������^hile the Canadian West,  Is calling* for thousands of farm  laborers Ontario la finding them scarce  also,  and  in  tho estimate  of Robert  Birmingham,  who in finding employ-  have    manufacturers    and    business   mont for Immigrants at the immigrf.-  men of the west return the visit of -ticn office* at the Union Station lie  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  LOSS   IS  ABOUT  $750,000  the Erltlsh ' manufacturers. The  matter was broached at a meeting of  the board and was very favorably re-,  celved. It is tc be taken up with  other clvl". organizations of the "west.  To Develop Alberta Milk Industry*  Edmonton.���������Planning, to establish  CO mi'lc and cream factories In the  various provlms-aB of tho Dominion,  A. P. McLaren of Toronto, R. F. McLaren, and T. B. Miller of Red Deer,  are iu the city in connection with tbe  development ot tho miik ludustiy In  Alberta.  Pres*! Churchill to  See us  Ottawa -���������It. is stated In official cir  cles horo that u  pressing  Invitation  has  brcn extended  to Hon. 'Winston  could rrovide 20.000 farm bands with  work In Wpstern Ontario If they were  available. Campaigns arc beiug  conducted by the Ontario immigration  authorities to keep farm laborers'in  .O.i^ario.  Ia speaking of the big demand for  farm   help   in   Ontario, .Birmingham  said  that farmers    Were    employing  more than In the, past, as the result-  of the high prof)if, in farming-.  Inspec*> Le Pas Srid-je  Le Pas. Man.���������noil. P>' Cochrane  accompanied by flcneral- Malinger  MucLepd nun. uenernl .superintendent  Wilcox, of (lie C.N.U.,,,Inspected the  .bridge?over the SaHl������itche\ya,h with  Chiof   Engineer  Anil strong;, - of    the  Winnipeg, July 24.���������War scares ln  Europe, and rust scares in North  America have been responsible for  very erratic and nervous markets during the pa^t week. Prices have advanced and declined quickly -y/lthln  a two to ihre3 cent, range, but today's closing figures show little  change from where they were a week  ago. Winnipeg and Chicago futures  average a half cent higher, but Minneapolis is fully a cent lower. Cables  came with a sharp advance on Friday  due to the announcement that the  ������f.rdaiiellc->j had been closed by Turk-  .sh-itAiilan hostilities. This news  greatly excited^ markets on thU sirto  because the closing of tho Dardanelles mount that the great contributing area surrounding the Black Bea  wou'd be ���������"hut.off for a time at least '< whmt  dr j' weather is urgently needed. Many  of our correspondents seem Apprehensive that damage was done by the  frost ten days ago. Granting perfect weather from now on, we do not  look for the bumper crop that many  in the trade here apparentlv exnect.  With the exception of rain interfering with the harvest in Russia aud  Roumania. there is not much change  In the European crop conditions. The  visible supplies t * world over show  good decreases tins week. World's  shipments continue fairly large, and  are as'follows:��������� ���������*���������  This w'k. Last w'k. Last y'r.  American 2,560,000 2,656,000 2.0?2.000  Russian 1,464,000 1,528,000 *2,424,000  Danubian      360 000     360.000     248.000  India     2,832,000 2.632,000 2,708.000  Argentina 2,1)44,000 1,652,1)00 1,400.000  Australia 440,000 384,000 1,568.000  Chiii, Na. 72,000 240.000 168,000  Aiu-li ia-Ilungary  ..        24,000     Toial       10,672,000 P.UTGUOO 10,608,000  Trade in the Winnipeg market has  boon light   In both futures imdv cash  Churchill, first'lord of the admiralty, i Hudson Ibiy railway, unci was great'  to visit Cniuula tlikt Hoason when par-1 ly plcared with the work accomplish'  Jlameiii, Ih In    session    to,  tnko   the [ cd, wiring tho construction company  weight bf.-hlo advice in connection  w'th Canaan's temporary and permanent, naval policy.  Should Mr. Churchill consent, tb  come It Ib Improbable that ho will arrive boforo .liiniuiiy owing to iho  strewn of work lu the British House  during November whon the Home  Mule, dobtue In oxrected to bo nt, ltn';  liottOflt.  Lengthen Navigation on Great Lakes  . Ottawa.���������Tho murine depurtincnt  li'as under conn Idem tlon platin for *���������*-  tcmllng the floiiRon of navigation on  tho great lakoH, particularly at tho  big grain  ports,      Tho only way  to  It   In   tn  employ'  lee  hrnnlterB  Thr f-ron-t difficulty, however, in  In making aids to navigation, as once  tlio Ice ������orni. ''rtfr bnoyn are fumo-h* d  or uubnierp'od. In keeping open the  St. Lawrence for a fow weeks longm*  last year $''0,000 worth of buoys were  lout, The lantern on each of tbem  ,ctintH $500.  rrom hero to further the work with  tho utmost speed. Y He later visited"  tho old lirigliflh church, being dooply  In to rented"! n the Pi'iinklUvrelicS stored  there. Tho parly after a few hdurs  lunpcctlon of the -town entrained again  for Hudson Hay Juiiotfbn.     .':  tmxmm-mm^mtmm'mlmmimtfm^-immxmmmt** '.- >  Warlike Speech bv Duchehs  ;' London .---Tho- Duchess of Abcrcorn  Ih n Hpeeob at Llfford, Donegal, today  declared   that,  the  wpnu?n  df  U16tor  were t*o InsB.c'a'A'.ftr to wslut homo rule  than  tlio hum. '      ���������> ,      f  The uiBtcr women, she (uiid, am  not lobo .trifled with. Many of uh  are denccnduntn Pf tho'wohion wliouo  horolMTii 'li, -one, of the world's' mont  memorable nelge wiih thun described  hy Lord Miuuiuluy: The women of  Di*rry were seen amid the thlckctd  Arc, sorvlng out water aud ammunition  to their huRuaruls and brothcra, Ladies, It hiiH been done, and It can bo  drnc figain  Canadian Prosperity  Capt.  Dernier   on ducat  Mine*  for    Gold  Qiicbcc.--Captnln   Homier,    former  rill....,.,  ��������� Tin.   wii'mim-'i   r.f   i'imhi'ih i- ooiiinuiiiiier oi Ihn iMiveniiiiuni   nieitni-  continue to expand at a record rate.  Tbe ciiHtonii' recrdptH for July totalled $9 7ir..'.Ml8. Not only In fhln n record for one month, but the Increase  over the corresponding; period of last  v������������nr, v\r.. ta,01R.223. In n record one.  The revenue of tho Dominion cuhioiuh i ������������������h i*tp  )M-JIM'"in    ui    I uii    nun     fiim^uu.uii    aaaj  for t''i������ four montha of the flm-al  earning to date the returns are %'i.,-  ?f,ft,OVR, nn increime of tin n.*19,naa  ovor 1011���������  or Ar** tip, Im������ left on the Hchooiier  Minnie Maud, for a cruluc In the Arctic IrilnndH In aearnh of g<������ld ml una,  In nnwwr������> to InnulrlcH, Cuptaln Bor-  tiler declined to give any Information  on hla deHtlnatloi* or on tlio leiiKth of  liAvint' served on hla previous exped-  itlcr.c to ih-* Arctic rcKlona. H*  HiilO to a frlmi'l that Vi* mlirht bu two  or three y������ar* abaant.  j'rom supplying Western Rnrope. Lat-  e., howev'er, it waa repot tPd that the  straits  wonld  leinnin open as far us  neutral commerce was coucVrned, and  prices Quickly dropped back again. It  aeema absurd to   suppose   that   the  g.'eut powers of Europe would permit,  tho  long closing of    this    Important,  waterway, but. tlio ntate of affairs over  there' Is bo 'ten s 111 ed that gravo devel-  opmeiits may arise at any moment to  roitlly disturb'the general peace. Any  sporlous change in tho reliitlonshlpB of  the.powor-i Would throw a treinehdotu,  volume "of  European   buying  to   the  WoBlorn   llenilBjihoro.  and   Ihln  was  t'oroHhadowt'd by tho Improved export  'iipi'MK' 'for  whi'tii, and  flour , iii the  United ftlnten winter wheat markel.H.  There 'a no rcanon  for asiHUinlng the  attwitlHi to boat nllgravo at prcsent,-  but the Inipjroved export owiulry for  winter "Wheat und  flour docs cull attention to the fact that prices hay������  . dor-lliw'd to n lovni that Is ou an ox-  port bimlH, and that Is a price position  which Ih rrenorally cotmldored healthy,  On Tuesday lh������ wfmther over th������ entire Miirlng wheat holt was muggy and  warm.      TIiIh ��������� kind   of   weutlu'i* . In  thought  fo  bo perfect, for tho germ-  Inntlon  of  Hi-*  black  mat apore,  so  thnt h "vri" not long until trndorn wore  rombtnbcrlng tho vnnf. amount of dam  ago done In .1004, the great black ruat  year, und prlcoihad a R'^nrp advance,  due to abort a co*'cilng more lhan anything cine.    To-day tho weather woh  more Hi'tiBoiuiblo a cool brenzo blowing,  und wiih i:mm������ ti.iin-.it.H tii-.tttilug report**-,  that (hero waH no runt damage un yet.  prices jromptly reacted.    The ���������mrlng  whenf  crop  In -the   Northwewt  jSihIum  In Hiild to bn uiiiklng Hatlafiietory pro-  grcs*H, and If no ml������1i*ip ocenrw i-hould  ba the lnri"*at. ao tar gathorcd In tiio****  iSitiliiM.        ll  in, m  ioi.ihii,  uul  )' i  ������������������nt.  #     ....    ^,������       . ..  4    .1....IJ     ^.,^.4     .1 rt������. r.lrt.4    *.,1.  ly fifty per cent, of tho urea tntwhl br  onurrht Weath*������r ov������������r the Canadian  Northwoat haa baen unfavorable, for  Lha moat part beiug too wet-   Waitu j Arthur,.  Expoiters are finding dHP-  cultv hi making sales as European  buyers arc holding oit on the expectation thnt tho reported large crops on  this Aide will cause still lower, pricco.  Values show scarcely any change from  a week ago. Shorts In tho July delivery aro taking care of what 1, 2 and  3 Northern comes ou the market, but  runny of (lie off gradea are unsaleublc.  Receipts nro lighter, but still In excess of last year. All the terminal  dryers ure working atcadily-. aiul^ It  Is expected that earn containing grain  out of condition will soon be taken  rv-i������*'������ of. Total-wheat, In store ���������Port'  Wllllnm ami Port Arthur on July IHh  waa 4,05'l.0f"0,bus., as aKiilnBt 4,057.*  ,123 bus, last week, and 4,47,1,505 bun.  lent year. To-dav's cash prices are  I Nor., 10i5������4c; - Nor., lUUVic; :< Nor.  f.fiViC; No 4 whout. 83Vjc; No. 5,  6;>c; jsjo. rt, 58c; Feed wheat, 55c. Pu-  turoa eloped July lOOVic; October,  fl4%c, Docembor, !.2U'C Alberta lied  Winter No. 3, !'(.c- No. 4, 8411,0.  Oate���������  Have ranged lower Mr tho greater  pnrt of the week; come improvement  Iri the enquiry, however, Ih noted today. The Or.toliisr delivery ia Unit a  cenf hlirher, as the new crop In not.  as promising no It might be. Today's price-* are. No. 2 C.W., 8Re;  8 O.W., .'17c; KutureH July, 38%c;  October 86Hc.  Barley���������-  Shows n further decline nnd there  la practically   no   demand.    Nominal  quotation's are:   No.   3,  50c;   No.. 4,  1?.c; Rejected, 43c  i-uix���������  Thero Ih bettor demand for ttmt-  Ht'ctl, and illicit:-, are two to three ciinth  hlKhc- on Iho hlf-her gradoa, but no  cbniijre on the lower, ('losing prlcea  ar.>:  No,  1 Norlhwo������tteni, 181c;  No.  ������. A/,,,,.., *   .,      ���������..A,      J...V.  Piifnroin littv   1fl1e'  Ootobcr. l������7c.  All prlcea QMtet. abova ar* liaaed  on  In  atoro  Port   William  and   Port  Helvetia is Total Loss���������Emoress of  Britain Will Miss Four-Trips  Montreal.���������An approximate^ estimate of the loss to the C.P.K. and  the British and Chilian - Steamship  Company as a result of the collision  of the Empress of Britain and the  "teamer Helvetia in the Gulf of St.  Lawrence Saturday afternoon, * by  which the Helvetia was sunk and the  bows of the Empress were badly battered, is given as nearly three-quarters of a million dollars by local  steamship authorities. The total  loss Is as follows���������  Approximate value of the Helvetia  $250,000; approximate value of the  70,000 tons of steam coal at $4 a ton  $28,000; approximate cost of repairs  ,to Empress of Britain $100,000. Approximate-loss of receipts to C.P.R.  on account of perhaps four tiips being cancelled, each trip it Is estimated would net $75,000; gross $300,000;  Loss to British and Chilean Steamship Co., $250,000; loss to Dominion  Coal Company $28,000; loss to C.P.R.  $400,000;   total    $678,000. Though  the company have no agents here lt  la presumed by steamship men that  the Helvetia was mlly insured uh \\nti  hor  cargo  The Empress of Britain was Insured  against dauiuge only  Marked Activity In Calfl-**ry  Calgary, Alta.���������-A progiesBlve policy In every line of municipal and Industrial development continues In  evidence in Calgary. '.--The extension  of the gravity waterworks system Including Installation of filtration plant  ���������will call for an outlay of $400,000. A  bylaw will be aybmltted at an early  date authorizing the expenditure.  Natural gas Is to be used for the civic auxiliary powor plant. Elevator  companion throughout tho district are  making a determined effort to pro-  pare for the promised bumper crop.  A Uttlo warm, dry weather just at  this time would do no harm to the  whent    crop. Rulldtn--*    operation**  both In the residence and the btml-  iiohh faectloiiB continue very brisk.  Four now railway linen, are now projected from Calgary, construction  work on which is bolng put through  to  early completion.  Turklah Amendment  ConHiuutiuopio. ��������� 'i no government  Introduced tn the chamber of deputies  an anUindnwmV to the constitution  whereby the Sultan la empowered to  dissolve the chamber under exceptional clrcumRtnnce** without the consont  of tho flonnte, provided ho summons a  new chamber within six montha.  An Jrnde haa boen ifmued, granting  an.uoaty to 130 cxllea, who -Include  all the dlgnltarloH of tha old rerline.  Quebec Miner-iila  i^cic-iuce.��������� i iiw nullum i ������-���������,,������,������ ii, ������>i im?  mlnea brunch of the province of Quebec toe 1811 hnu jiuH bittlt Ufuitid.  arcmlng that laid year tho value of  the production of th������ -Qnehec inliwir-  aroountcd to $8,670,781).     <thla la an  a_ainst God before he Is finally overthrown.      In the    two   portions ��������� of  today's lesson we see the Son of God "  crossing the sea of Galilee to deliver  '"  a man (or, accoiding to-Matthew, two'  men)   from the   power of the  devn  and on the way it seems as if a gre-j,-;  storm would cmk the boat and drov\.������i  all wh"������ were in it.      Did  the devil  know   that  he was  about  to  loss   a.  bit of his property, and did he' seek.  by th-it storm to kill Christ and-His  disciples?      Let'those tell who, kn^v  more . nan I do, but this we do ktf >w    ,  ���������that he tried to kill Him as a bab"  in Be .heiem and finally" did kill Hii**-"'  by the Jewish rulers at the handsr'of   t  the Romans.      Thank    God    He' ia   ���������  arisen from the dead, is alive forever--,  more,  is  at  the  right  hand   of. *oe  majes.y on high, has   all   power . in  heaver   and on earth and is. waiting  His time to put the devil ii? the bottomless pit and set up a kingdomt,"ol  peace and righteousness on earth-  In this' great storm on Galilee see  K���������__ pwGor-lly sleeping cs - a J-m>,*-*?w    ^  in the hinder part ot the ship, thouga   .  the ~ waves beat into the ship and it  was full of water; and recognize in  Him a weary man, a real man,- partaker of flesh and blood, but without  sin, and rejoice that we have a High  Priest who is touched with lhe feel-"  ing of pur infirmities (Heb. ii, 14; iv.  15).     He is i*   the midst of trouble,  as the disciples see it, and yet He is  ,  not troubled.     And on the last night.   -  before His crucifixion He said Jto -HIb  disciples, "lA-Ttfce world yc shall have .  tribulation, but in 3Se peace;  let not'  your heart be troubled, neither let It  " -j af-rld"  (John.xvi, S3;    xiv,'   ill.  When one' was   discoursing   on    the  teachin0" of Christ & man   who   fea*.  never before heard such teaching' said  "Beaut'ful. beautiful,- but' caa, youj.de  it?"   Jesus Himself could do' it, and    *  He did it.      He always did -what Ho  iausht (Acts t   1)- ������   The ship    could  not"sirk, neither could the" disciples  perish, with Christ In their midst but -  they did not   know    Him' and   wero  therefore filled    with * fear.    "   They  awoke Him wit'** the cry Lord, save  nf!  and with the    question    Master,  carest Thou not that we perish?*   His  reply, was *\Wliy are ye fearful; O ~ye  of little'faith? *   Where is your.taith?  (Matt."viii. 2^^Luke���������viiIf "25).' -THey -  were tr-ubled.by    what   they    saw.  Faith   fendures  by   seeing  theinvis-.  Ible.      We are expected"to walk by1  faith,  not by  sight   (11  Cor.   v,  7).  He rebuked the wind and.thoi-a_lng;  -  of the sea and said, Peace? be stllL, -  and there was" a great calm'("verse 39?  Luke vi'i, 24).    The rebuking-: "com-,  pared withZech.  iii, 2, and Jude 9,.  leads me to believe that the person  referred to ln   those   passages a had   .  something to do with this, storm.. As, ,  the disciples saw the-power of His,  word they feared and wondered and  said   What  manner ot man is* this,  that even the wind and tho Bea otfey-  Him?     Our   hearts   exultlngly   cryK  Jesus  Is God!      The perfect man a  little while ago so peacefully asleep  has power over wind and Bea and all  In the furnace  with Daniel's frlonda  the elements.      He it Is who walked  and quenched th������ violence of fire and  spent the night with Daniel and shut  the lions' mouths.      To know    Him  is pence at all times.  Now see Him meeting the tempest  .osae-d man of Gadara, 'nosBC'-'sed by a  legion of demons, a nukt-d wild man.  exceeding fierce, whom no ono could  bind or tame, for ho broke all chaipa  and tatters, and all men were afraid  of him.      The poor domoirac coorns  to  long  for  deliverance,   for  ho   ran  to Jcpuh, ns if ho knew that He could  deliver him   hut   the    demons *; were  strew:,  within    him."       They    Knew  .Tofuis ard called ' Him    Son    of    the  Most High   God    (vorac    7).    They  knew the doom tnat awaited then, and  ask. "Art thou came hither to torment  us before the time? (Matt,  vlll, 20),  They knew of the placo proparcd for  them and beg not to be sent to tho  abyss ov bottomleRB pit (Luke vlll, 31,  H. v.).     Thor-i Is such a placo, and  there la a place called  the lake of  fire, everlasting fire prepared for tho  devil and hlfl angola (Rev. xx, 14, 16;  Matt. xxv. 41)       All who deny thin  or  make llf'ht   of H  are not. for tho  tlmo controlled by the spirit of truth.  Althourh <hor-j aro ao muny domons  In the man thoy are spoken of as ono,  Tor .Tohub ������aId, "Come out of tho man  thou unclean apirlt"  (vera������ 8),    and.  having received pormlSBlon, thoy went  Into tho wwlne. nnd tho whole herd  about 2,000, wero drowned in the sea.  Behold  tbe change in the man who  hnd  been  Iho teiror of tho neighbor*  hood!   See hnu  clothed  and   in  hla  right mind and louglng to stay with  Jobuu.  ������������������"���������'   laiin. i m -_"'.ii'������'fWi������i>������*a���������������  Prof. Morehouae Succeeds Bedford  Winnipeg.���������Prof. Morobouaa- haa  been appointed us aucowaaor to ProC,  JiedlVa'C In trie* department of fl**hl  hiiLbaudiy In the Manitoba agricultural  college.      Prof.   MorehotiBA  In  i   .,    ������,...���������...,   ,,f   I'nnnln     hi, f ll,4r   >,,.������,n   lint-,,  ncd bi ought up on a farm In L������m.������-  ion  County   Ontario.  j iiiuimuuH, j ,.,. ,  Of..'fmm.^., .,o.������      11*."'  AI.A. .   C.A.'A.       A4.        V 4 ,,'������������ W,.,������ ������, l.M  with   *W"������������   ���������n������,ec������������rtiii������i'   vnsr  In    1!H1  the inluoa of the province produced  aabeatoa. copper ore. Iron or������a, mica,  graphite, maguealu and nil klnda of  auuoti)ii*i iAiMUii.'w,  Sir G. Aakwlth Comlnfl  London.���������Tho Dritiah   government  - ���������      ,-. * /%        .......... A, .. X  A..A44     AA|*|,r.'.At* A ,A      ^.������*        v.,,,.,,^..      .. . ....... ,,,      .,, .  tn*. hnurii nt frnde lo nroc****! tn Canada and rnuke Invfietlgatton Into tb#  workhiR or the industrial dlaputaa act  with a view to Ita poaaibla application  | ������M   JJ4Uai������U>U. ...  ���������������_  miiiiiiiiiiitii  !JJi^llljl213ffi__!__  M)i>aiiwaat#'wiaaaiw>i������iwi' anitum  mimmmmmmmBmmm%mmmmmmm^^  V'l'&WLrt&famm'itmm mmmmm%mmmmmmmlaylmWS^^  T'f-.T'iyi^aS'^-S^KiK^^  ??%^������$#li^^  ��������� ���������tiZ^Zti0$Mjy^  :^j^:?Q&ES^  S.S .������Ba5S3mT^J_gB1g3 SSSKSaSTOgBS aS_SffiSES������.1E3  WfLLTBY TO CROSS  B������  c  aa M_a_ _��������� M ������ M M M -   M  mill.II MB S1W1! usssusjil,?..  have  oven the BEST Jar for family use.  H  sass  ^****j3  ���������AP9^Mjgaa^aiii9iW'a_utwt-  Fi  /������������__.������_    4*-4T   *X,BZ  ��������������� _ry # ������  Westminster Man   Plans  To Pathfind Canadian  hway  Hlgl  rr������^������gia*to.gg_imti^.tvJ!l^  tfTuy*?***l**f"M1'L t**iJ*i'-r-i'c  I insure YourLiveStockj  | WITH THE |  i YORKSHIRE  ^SURAL^OE CO., Ltd.!  BOf York9 England.  g Established Over Three-fourth ot a Century  Capital - - $5,000,000  Reserve Fund - - - $13,000,000  Claims Paid - - - $30,000,000  OUY LOWE^BERO, Agent  ���������_a_M_B__Baaa_a__ii-aiB-i_-iilTing  a :��������� wm-mm *mr*mm  viiui H^aa  |-VI^V������-i4-><-kC.  i 1UI.1VVO  METHODIST ���������CHURCH  Services will", be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morniug  Evening ���������������������������  11*00 a. m.  4 'ott p. ni.  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.K.  B   C.   liAHB   SURVEYOR   AND   ARCHTTBC-    5S    ._~.m.    i ^     "m  _  _  a?.-*:������'!'-���������������-.-^  ������est ������entistry  Sabbath School 2.a0 p. m.  You are Welcome t������>. tarry with us.  - Fred L. CarponWr "  Pastor *  ������������������������>i^^������^>MWM^_a_iiaii 1  _  ������������������Jamil w- ���������<��������������� ��������� maam m*������iiw������i ,t������w,iii _  m  PRESBYTERIAN   UHUEtOH  j    Service, every Sunday   at   11 a. in.  and 7:30 p. ui.  Sabbath School at 10  at  I lieasonaMe prices  ���������  Plans and Specifications  G RBSTON ���������- .."���������������������������       - B.C. 11 For tlie next thirty days |  ira   -  A,  nig service  111.  DENTISTRY  ' "_������  "���������"3  !"_  I will give  **������������������*���������   a  ���������*���������*���������  ir;. jk,. iiaj^ju u. v. o.  Office   over   Frank Parks Hardware  &tore���������Baker Street.  H   10 P<s-*i*oiit niQ-^ABint  s     ii tf   m. v������������ **%*���������������! ���������>  _ravt*vii*u>������������ait.  t _>  f^ on all work if you briner -^  :\dult Bible Class at close of even-  w. *a. blaks  JMinistei  4f***j*r*# A*M'D-or������/'\v  VKn.l-1 JJJES.V/W A.,  ia   r*  JL������������       >_*������  I *������ res ann^uncfmeiit.  ��������� "���������������! _  . "&   ���������  (-_  I W  UUX      l^UWJ2/iNi3������4K.������or  CONSUI4-INO  Engikeer  CRESTON      -       -      B.C.  MR. & MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKEIX, YOUNG & ^o.  Sf������  ������u__.  ������) l!-- ���������   "-- *���������"  m  %'  its.  ���������w  jr=i  flj w *������ *CiJ������vr JvavvK, n. J&. >ivf. nnVl9lli<    ^  &lrwani5posaK������MSb.  ���������a  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  mm. Seatls  I  The 1  Funeral Director |  CHRIST CHURCH  Rurin? the absenoe of the Yicar ths  ������.. >-*. jj.ay_ian, the inomin^ S6i"yic������ is  discontinued, except on the 1st Sunday  in the mouth or near it, *??hen due notice  will be given and the Holy Communion  celebrated. The -sveaiog service is conducted as usual at- 7.30 p. sn.  FOB SALE  REAL ESTATE. Eto.  TRAIL       -      -       -   B.C.  Before Eetting  Ciie Contract.  For tho '-mildinff of your Now  TIouho, Store. Oiilce. Workshop  or othor building, write or call  ou mo. Estimates given on all  kinds* of work.  **aMMN������Maa������aa_MnM������MMNaaa������iMtfMN_nHH^^  Repairs & Alterations  A  SPECIALTY  ChargeH i-uwmahlo and Hatinfactiou  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  All the Very Latest Stylos in Ladies' Hats,  Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   READY-MADE  WAISTS  New Linos of  La die.-* ; i.  ( lilt-  reus'   Stohkings and Wearing  Apparel suitable to tho Soason,  Mrs.  H.-YOUNO  Five acre Frnit and Poultry ranch for  sole. Close to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  ncoiue.       Apply owner % Review.  Water ��������� **-���������--���������  Starfceg & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  Gotivrnl CommlHMlon Morchantu  NELSON        -        B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L., 1>rvtildciit  ALEXANDEIl LAIRU JOHN AIRD  General Manuuer Amiwtnnt <iunurnl Mnnuaer  Foe A Lioencjb To Take And Usk  Water  ?NOTIOE is hereby given that Andrew  Miller of Creston will apply for a licence  to take and use one quarter cubic foot  per second of water out of an unnamed  Creek, which flow's in a East and West  direction through Blks 20,19 of Lot 892  and empties into King Creek or Block  11 of Lot 892. Tho water will be diverted at a -point directly 200 yards east of  the N. W. corner of Blook 19 of Lot 892  and will be used for purposes on the  land described au North half of Bioofc iO  oF Lot 892.  This notice was posted on the ground  the 31 day of July 1012. The application will be filed in tho office of the  Water recorder at NoI-jou.  Objections may bo filed with the said  Wutor Recorder or with tho Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Bulldlngo,  Viotoria, B. O.  A. Miller (Applioaut)  CAPITaAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian  Bank of Commerce to be operated by mall, and will receive the  saline careful attention as is given to all oilier departments of the  Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. 0>4  TEUCY *-������. fOWlkK managtr, Crtsion Branch  Notice  The party who took the rake teeth  from the rako on tho Goat River trail  hid bi'tior robuvn them ni,   ouoo iiiui  .save Lioubio uh ho i-i known,  An attempt to triverso CunadE from  Halifax to Vancouver is to be made this  fall by Mr. Herbert Gilloy, of New  Westminster, who is making this trip  iu the interest of the Canadian Highwa-v  Association, flyiug the pennant of that  organisation on bi-i Oauadian-buUt ma-  ohine.  It is Mr. Gilley's intention to uioke  Halifax his stnrtiug point, although he  is .. AeaiuQiit, ui mo x-������oino *joast. He is  now ou his way baofc to his old home in  Ghurioste Oouufer, TaTaw grBaswlokf  whero he will complete his prenaratio������g.  lusoBar as pc-uiblo, it is his iutenticu to  follow the outlined route of the Oaua-  dian Highway for the entire distance.  No man, perhaps, Is better acquainted  with the roads in tbe different parte of  Canada than Mr. Gilley, for in addition  to the many years spent 'in lumbering  enterprises in British Cclambia he haa  knowledge of road conditions in th  Eastern Provinces, where he spent the  best part of his life. He believes that  the most difficult trip for an automobile  in all British Columbia is ovex the Hope  Mountains, a journey whioh has neve?  been attemniWl     a moA **, _.>*....- i���������n-  s *-  ���������   -_.**������   mm    Hv.ug      A41L4UII,  over this section at the present time.and  it is possible that a tsasporary way may  be made for an automobile, bnt it is a  foregone conclusion that by the time  any machine has traveled over the Hope  Mountains it will be fit only for the  scrap heap or for exhibition purposes.  Should tnis cross-Canada tour he successfully negotiated, is will rsfEect eou-  1 siderable credit on the pathfinders; for  heither Mr. Giiley nor his brother, G.  Emerson Giliey, are practical motor  mechanicians, and the only knowledge  they have of the interior economy of an  automobile is that gained through the  use of machines for the past few years.  Valuable data is to be collected during  this trip and later embodied in the archives of the Canadian Highway Association, whioh is to be the custodian of  this cross-Canada tour.  Maxwell Clark, organizer for the Co-  nadian Highway Association, visited  OreBton this week on Monday. He is  exceedingly, enthusiastic over prospects  of soon having roads connecting eastern  Canada with west bnt says he believes  that as yet it will be immposBible fir  Mr. Giliey or anyone else to inake the  transcontinental trip in nn automobile.  He tried a trip oi this kind himself in  moo ,  A.v>UO.  Mr. Clark thinks tha road between  Creston and Traii should go via Nelson  iustead'of Summit pass. He says that  it is praotioally deoidod to take tho Nelson route. For tho present lt will 1 e  neooesary to ferry across Kootenay lake  between Kiitlkanook and Balfour." Later  when travel domandp, tho road can be  built on ono side of tho lako or tho othor  to Nelson, with possibly a short ferry.  Tho engineers aro now investigating  two routes to Nelson from Trail. They  will probably bo roady to mako a roport  iu about three weeks.  _ ii  Steam rollers may have  their purpose���������  ,' *. .   ���������    - .  . -.        *���������-  oat excessive weie-ht means aiscomtort in  an automobile���������-or a man.    He  alone is  sure that the heavy car rides easiest who  has never ridden ia the light, Vanadiums  built Kordt    A demonstration is a revel  at ion.  i *     "  T  More than 75,000 new Fords, i&to service this season-  proof that they must be r'ghfc, Three passenger Roadster $775���������five passenger touring, car *$850���������delivery car  f875*-f. o. b. Walkerville, Out., with all equipment  Catalogue from Kootenay Garage Company of Creston, '<  *_���������      &     "Oii*������**:*_      ������vtnMAA!_i*1=_Ati Ai-*>������.r**-   fw/iHrt   TjCTa, 11~4-v���������*.-���������.: 11^  XV*  mJm   lUOtraiia   <!****_*������*���������������������'-,x/*<=���������w*.  %������*fhvwu 4aviu    vt uiavi V 11 (C-  _!l  gill  r RUi i     i  AND ORNAflENTAL  (.nliislTRani Fsfate Niipg_pip_ I  vvauuiii %jm*u.m.m  aji\gamjmaajt  & -a uul \*ua iuu  t 44 4v ,wi if    a_4*>    -m^x  Bonswia  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  A A   f    ^\ m^rm flA������A������������* ���������������.     *I A.   Mm.    mm. i    mm.   mm*   J m. ^t_    _1, _ _ _.    ~_^    ���������   ������,-.     _ *"^ ���������-   .       ���������     -.   *  vv ���������= \mo.L.xy   aii mc  lc^uijug   varieties   luOSC  4 ^*V     ���������*��������� y*a *^<m -it.  yp'-  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock' &  on three-year-old v._ol& *������*������������-*p ^  4%  _^A.  __.._���������<  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      <t^  Ifnco. Box 39= Creston, B,C   2  ��������� - *** A^^  .^fe._l__^. ^L^^jfitA���������Si. ^*L%.A.,A. A   ,{*k ^*-i jjjx. PR^jJh.   ^a    A    A     A.    _.     ^   >k     A      m.  ^^^,^&a^B &yF^&r^*^r^fr^P^B^B^Bl'*Qp'^^^B^m* -^r s9 ~,w^mryaa"%f  Miflsos Jonnloand Klllo Arrownmith,  Mies Eva Blackuiuu, Mra. G. A. M.  Young, Campbolll Dow, Osama Arrow-  smith, Will Murdook uud liirwlii Sim-  ... ������������������,!,.   l���������������4.   /I.  A ���������.. rn.. *...,������ r  camping, ilahlng and hunting aud berry picking at Kitohouor.  awmmtammmtmmm  Mirabelli  SaMim and  A SPECIALTY  '   Dealer in   high   class  boots and'shoes.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the   :  Creston    Wine    &  Spint Co*  I   mi. rooiC, rrop.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  s  We Have Them In ALL SIZES  They Are Roomy and Good Fitters  _SaB_i&VMWiTa������niw*W*ffr3:  B_e������D  OVER ALLS  Yd&i6tiM������f?i  Teaches everything that a bookkeopor  or bUiiographoi" needs to know ami iu  an short time uh Im   coiuiiHtuut   with  tllOl'OUglinCHH.  INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION  POSITIONS POI* ORADUATES  Tjiirgo Faculty of HpncinHstH. Complota  equipment. Expenses roasonablo. Fall  term begins September!!.   Wrltofor  fvtM\ llltlitl.r;il('(l rj't.ii)A./.w������.  H. O. BIjAIR, Principal  Spokaue,        -       - Washington  L_,  WODODY BUYS OVERALLS TOiPLAV TRlCtASWlTH  ���������THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE.  IN WHICH FOUR MENEXERTED1 ALL THEIR STRENGTH  INJHE.EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS'.OVERALLS*  BUWF THEY-lWIlif StAWiXTHIS-THEY WONT Rii?  UNDER THE. HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE. WEAR.  W������ ARE   THE AGENTS  OB  PEABODYS*  GUARANTEED. OVERALLS.  Tire nircTnU'-'uroriiiuTHr  iiiL uiiLUi un  mLiiumiiiLL  WM  ii  MIMMMaMaMMttMMl  tiiM-i;iiiihiiiiMiiiiii'i  iii>iii-_i  SB  mat  mm^m

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