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 'ym:  1   " &ri!fJi".iS>!'ri  ��������� " -fi i. ���������*.  ������*���������** *-..  " '' "*^.f;.'i  !"!r-  ���������*A5*__  i*"_a-* *���������*  O^"  ���������MaMMai  ALL THE NEWS  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  .-- 4t __,-*"  Ail Rcf������������A In East aad.^^st Kootenay Lead to CrestesSri  I  i'i  __ V_>1VJL__? 1; V_/_ >  n *    r  vi^ v  C"v\    ,     -i*'     -      ^���������-w-������/,wX*ss','',';J-'������r������i  -V  V������.     X.aaw   ���������w*'**i*������**!r".Y>>i "--'���������wrru������r~W**'"l"^jVSfi  V  W      ' $2"00 A  a-v-*.  I ADDRESS   FOh|^& ??  VHAR J  No. 8, ������5th Year.  CRESTON, B.C,   FP-IDAY    OCT. u,    1912.  S������m..r.^-r   _.      x^smmx^mmrx      mm.  jivtxrJmC,   \__Mr.i;E*.?*������   g%.m  tir#k������_v**   18114  -P/P-  BBBUBL.  oi L\it  mmmmm**������mmmmmmmmm*o*m**mmmmm  DECORATOR TO HELP  HERE AND THERE  Two Hundred Twenty Dollars to Finance. Already  Raised by B. of T.  By dint of hard work of the committee, Jas. Oomption, W. K. Brown  And Walter Jackson, and the efforts of  the Board of Trade and the thoughtful-  segs of the ranchers in saving their best  produce, Creston's exhibit- to go io the  Dry Farming Congress which is to be  held  at Lethbridge on October 10-26,  is going to be a prize winner.   Nothing  is being left undone in the knowledge  Of the board to make the display the  bet-t advertisement this distriot has ever  had.    Harry Leonard, an experienced  decorator, has offered his services, and  was appointed at the regular meeting  ox the Board of Trade, Tuesday evening  to accompany the exhibit committee to  Iiethbridge to assist in making the display as attractive as possible.    To fur.  fiber impress upon the interested parties  at tne congress the virtues of Creston  as a fruit district, it was decided that  12 hoses of apples should be sent with  ihe exhibit for free uistribution.  These  apples are to^go'only to those who: aro  looking for a place to locate. *  To defray espesse cf staging the ex*  hibit and expenses of committee $320 has  been subscribed to date, most,] of whioh  has been collected hy the Usance committee.  All at-tides for the exhibit must be on  The   order   reducing the   size  United States currency and national  bank notes by one-third and complete-  Iv   _'?!V_'ut,'r������"a''?'������'*- ^tuali.   liaaitrna    will  **4_J ������ ��������������� ��������������� *���������*������������������ *������v������vw musmmmj^      "���������������������������**^^^       ********���������*mf& **"*'���������'>       * ** ��������� ������������������  be issued by Secretary MacVeagh  in a few weeks. There is no question  now that the change will be Jtnfwte-  The designs for the new bills are being  completed. The designs of each denomination of every bill will he of the  tf* *���������������*���������*���������** A ���������   jT������*������W������*������-!rt 1       *-**tV������1������������4_ T,l.'t_      ffaAfi-      af������l*l������������������  0K������***������*        AVWVtW       A4������WWtMVI ���������_,������������,������*       m-mm* mm        -w ������*_���������  rency will measure six by two and one  half inches as compared with the 7.28  Kw 3 ni. 4vF tliA   nrflsnnt,  not������s.      Tfc "will  require eighteen months to make the  change complete.  The World Baseball Championship  series is being played this week. The  contestants aire the New York Nationals and the Boston Americans.  Kaslo is ao much in need of a dentist  that the Kootenaion has written and  published a long editorial calling attention. t_ *h������ seed of a tooth carpenter there. One lady in the town has  advanced the theory that there is a  conspiracy to prevent a dentist from  going to Kaslo. _his is a serious condition and an investigation should at  Obituary Bartholomew  ,   i  Mrs. Susannah Bartholomew1, a trident of Creston for the past four year's,,  on Monday, September 7,  departed to*  !������_������  I*.��������� ���������   ���������_*_������.���������   A*,*���������   m^rnX *fi*V.U  *>n.4-4 4.0034  X.VS. a.*a_������$ pacAjrvyui iua Jiooii.     x- a������a  uh./j,v^������w  s_s has bora with Spartan ct^afage the  i  pains of a cancer which resulted in her.  uoatyji.  The deceased was 6B years old on the  22nd cf last month, was born in Birmingham. England, where she lived u������r  tii coming co Canada six years ago iiv-  in Winnipeg for two years, wifci a son,  .her husband having died six years pre-  arrf ���������������_*��������������������������� ������  * ********  The funer .1 will be held Saturday at  two' O'clock. Services will be held both  at the hou&e and at the 'grave by Be v.  Fred Carpenter.  Mrs. Bartholomew leaves three sons  and a daugbtar to mourn for hter, Alfred  B. Bartholomew, of Nelson, James  Bartholomew, of Winnipeg, and Wil  liam Bartholomew of Creston with  whom she bas been making her honae.  The daughter is in England. A.Bartholomew is here to attend the funeral.  LOOAL SHEWS  CO. S., 3I--NAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE SCORES  Miss Mabel Pound who has been  spending the summer here with her  sister, Mrs. C, Adams returned to her  home Tuesday iu St, Thomas, Ontario.  ���������-Sfcaafields underwear at the Oreston  Mercantile.  Mrs. J. J. Grady of Calgary was called  fi St. Paul on account of the sevious  illness of her mother.  td fi iionmniiinMi  l.MdD_MiftiUni  ���������The C. 0. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.  B. S. Bevan has received another car  of Massey-Harris farm implements.  ���������FOR SALE���������Nine fine pigs from 4  to 5 months old.   A. Mirabelli.  , Mrs. Stace Smith, Miss Ruth Smith  and Mrs. Sidney Poole spent Sunday to  Kitchener.  ARRIVES  From six co eigne o'clock Friday-even*  ing October 2*4, the Ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve a Thanksgiving dinner at the Mercantile bali.  ���������Exchange Alberta farm lands for  gord fruit land. Give particulars. Wit-  oaen Real Estate, Calgary, Alta.  S^a.*-      aw    *������  ��������� Xf.mm -__.~.I-t ���������  WiSW    \xs* a- sa s.^r  Costly Road to  Continental  ���������AU Mods of vegetables and fruit for  sale. 1 will deliver your order. Jim  See C_eato*o. "  Owing to the serious illness of J. H.  Hcwarth, Bert Howarth of Weybutn,  Saskatchewan is in town this week.  USES TACLKE TO AS*  OEND HEAVY SHADE  Runs on Flat Lands to  Kootenay    Landing*-"  Ferries to Nelson  the way next Monday and be in place  on Thursday when the exhibits will be  judged. ������  Among the other things taken up by  the Board of Trade waB the adopting a  resolution favoring the creation of a  Minster of Mines for the Dominion, owing to the great increase in the industry  in the past few rears and whereas the  duties in tho province aro now bolng  adopted by a member of another department. This resolution is being adopted  by many of the Boarrtu of Trade in the  Province.  An expression of aatisfaotl-tti was also  t    ���������  drafted to be sent to the Premier for the  prompt action of the government in surveying tho flats for tho purpose of determining the possibility of reclamation,  and oxpreailug tho* belief that the reo>  lamatlon is desirable and feasible.  hinted that Kelson is at fault. Sly  knocking on the part of the strawberry centre is hinted afc* and the editorial goes as far as to say, "Genet ally  when it comes to a business matter,  Nelson will jab a bayonet into Kaslo  quicker than a wink," J9aughty  Nelson.���������Rossiand Miner.  ^ fJViW f llfiQ caasa."*   n '"���������- - ���������writ*- -*.**>=_������_  sold at auction Sept. 25. in Calgary,  Alberta, by McCallum & Co.% auctioneers, ono behalf of the C P. B. The  car load consists of 660 cases of peaches  and 610 of plums. The attendance  was large aad the supply was soon  exhausted. Prices for peaches averaged 30 cents a bos and the plums  realized an average of S6 cents.  Pat Burns, the cattle king, one of  the "Big Four," who guaranteed and  helped to make successful the- "stam-  pede"?at Calgary, h������s  shown his ap-  Thanksglving Day  Rifle Match  A meeting was hold last evening by  mombora of tho local rifle moo, and lt  waft decided to invito stivoral outside  tt'iinm to take part in Ihe Thanksgiving  day match.  It 18 proposod to givo a silver oup to  tlo winding tenuis nnd eovoral  liidlvldnal prl'/os. A onnvans for down-  tioiiB wiii be taken up by momberfi of  tho local oomtuitteo among tho publio  spirieon mon, and private individuals,  tho commlttoo boUoIIh youi* hearty nop-  port. Tho Rov low bus opuned a column  for douutioiiB wliiuli  will be nubHKhO'l  *H (I'aI'' ���������������'4A������1j-W Inaiitn  preciation ol his country's history by  subscribing five hundred dollars to  the Canadian monument to General  Wolfe, to be placed over the grave at  Greenwich.  j Italy and Turkey have arranged  for peace, but Turkey is to have no  r������st for Montenegro has declared war  on tho nation and it is thought that othor of the Balkan states will follow  tho   lead.  Breaths there a man with a soul so  dead,  That is not, this week, a baseball fan?  Kaslo will hold its Fruit Fair next  Tuesday.  Chicago capitalists aro negotiating  th'* purehafio of tho Bull Rive**.' Power  Plant and tho Cranbrook Electric  Works.  The wagon road from Porthili, Idaho,  to the Idaho -Continents! mine, whioh  is now completed to within three miles  of the camp, when- completed will be  the most substantially constructed high-,  way in the northwest, conservative es->  timatea placing %he oo-sb at $35,000, more  than $3903 a mile.   The thoransfare"'ia. -  w--'i'* >-"���������    '   .J-"   -.'-.      - V;^v-7������^a -f^.f*,.Zt.  beiog constructed with a vievf to oper*.  ating large capacity motor trucks over  it for transporting ore to the railway  at Port Bill and it is believed that even-  tually it will be utilized for a railway  line, as the grade is less than two percent at the steepest part.  The Idaho-Continental company haB  had plans and specifications perpared  for a 300-ton daily capacity concentrating plant, the equipment for whioh has  been ordered through the purchasing  department of the Amalgamated Copper company at Butte, Mont. The machinery is to be delivered, at Portbill by  ���������We carry all kinds of spioes for th  pickling season.   S. A. Speers.  W. H. Johnson, manager of the Bur.  ton Hotel, is ruruishine a voohrooax n__  avbarbershop whioh will  be formerly  opened on Saturday-one week from to-,  morrow   with a billiard match for-a  * **        "*>*'   '     '   ������        "\i"v   ' .     I ^ *    >       '  se of ���������^60_cMr^.-. Johnsons-has <>&������!���������  s,  lenged a gentleman of Cranbrook. and,  f > -i  is going to gfve him 100 points, the  game to be played to 600. Two pool  tables and one English Billiard table  will be installed. Mr? Johnson also intends to serve light Innohes at the placd  of business.  Mrs. C. Adams, who has been at the  hospital at Cranbrook, returned to Creston, Tuesday.  ���������We pay the freight, and if you are  not satisfied with the values received  from us, we will pay the freight back  and refund full amount of your purchase.   CCS.  Huscroft Brothers' $3000 pedigree  horse, "Old Si", died last week from  inflamation of tbe lungs.  ���������"DOUGLAS VILLA" for sale, or  rent cheap.     Apply, John Darby shire,  726, Caledonia Avenue,   Victoria, B, O.  i  .- Mrs. Xi. Demote who baa bean1 spending a few days at-Oanyon City, left  Monday to resume her duties as nurse  in Nelson. ���������? r <  '  -I-' -J��������� .'-r<,i-jii5' .,������*������������������ ������������������ 'Viii iTifi t'- ---i���������" ���������^���������^���������^x-a-. -.������_*������-  t ���������A full-tine of guns and ammunition at the Mercantile.  By means of a block' and tackle to  ma ke the steep grades on the road between Cranbrook and Creston, and  by use 6_. the railroad track where  there is no road, Thomas W. Wilby,  who is on a "pathfinding" automobile  trip across the Dominion, and who will  be the first to cross Canada in an automobile, arrived in Creston at three  o'clock last Saturday morning iiavingj  left Cranbrook at three the proceeding  afternoon.' Mr. Wilby left Halifax on  tbe transcontinental tour the 27th of  August and arrived here after 39 days  of travel over various kinds of roads  many of which were just as difficult  as this last stretch. Accompanying  him on his arrival here were F. V.  Hals* st of St. Catherines, T5ar! "Wise of  November 1, when it is believed the  the wagon road will be open, and will  be taken in and installed as rapidly a  possible. Shipments will probably be  forwarded from the mine as soon as the  rood is in operation, as as considerable  quantity or high-grade ore is blocked  but and ready for extraction.  J/. 0. Payett of Kitchener spent Sun-  with hia family here.  ~~Our new fall shapes in Mens Hats  haye arrived.   Oreston Mercantile Co.  J. M. Fraser of Kelson was in town  Wednesday on his way home from  Idaho points where he has been tqvt the  purpose of buying* oattle. He says he  discovered that live stook at present is  higher in Idaho than in Btiiiuh Columbia.  Mr. and Mrs.- E. C, Gibbs who have  been on a trip to the co<v>&,. returned  Friday.  ���������Just arrived, new stock of rubber  boots and'shoes.   A. Mirabelli.  Nelson Brow#, who toas been filling  E. O. Gibbs' place at the post effloe,  sefcuraed to his duties at Wasdnerj-B. C;  ~-Economy Can Sealerp, finest in the  world, for sole by the Oroston Hardware  & Furniture Co., sole agents in the  Kootenay Valley.  Boxn on Monday to  Holmes a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs.  Ohas. M. O'Brien, M. P. P., Rooky  Mountain Riding, Alberta, will give a  lecture on Socialism in Buncos hail ou  Wednesday, October 10.  Tho W. O. T. U,   hold its regular  monthly meeting at the home of  Mrs,  Dr. {. Henderaon,   Thursday   afternoon  Oot. 10.   The program  for tho ensuing  year Wm arranged.   It was _,dooidod to  call a mootimt of all tho ohildron of  Oreston and vicinity in Bunoo's Hall  Saturday Oot. 10, 0 p. m., to organfeo a  Band ot Hopo.   Mr. Goodwin nnd Mra.  Dow wero appointed superintendent!!.  Wo beg tho aealBtanco ot the parents in  UiIh work.   A pMpei1 wa������ alBO road by  Mm. Mo Man n on "Onr Brave Sailor**"  ���������A now shipment of Crown Sealers  at the 0������������h Store.  ���������70 inch all linen tabling  for 50o*  Very speoial at the Mercantile,  A. Lindley has on display in the Creston Realty oflfleo a potatoe grown on  his place weighing 6 pounds 0 onnoes.  Miss Margaret Trotter went to Cole-.  ' u i"  man,   Aiberta Wednesday for a visit  with hor sister.  To Discuss Distribution  At Apple SllOW      Rov. Hayman, Vicor at Christ church  who   has been spending  the  summer  Tho fifth National Applo nhovv In monthn in tho Ola Oountryf lofcurnod  Spokane this full is expected to acoom* Wodnonday. MrB. Hayman will arrive  ���������pHnh 'one thin*** in *>nrt!cu!:ir which'  will lie of gi-eat value to tho growora  throughout tho Northwost. This will  lie the launching of a thoroughly organized movement to aolvo the problem of diHtrlliutlon.  To Moemo fclm it'Hiilt a confnr**nc������ of  growers, city and country bankern,-  trannpnrratiort mon and lHiHin*'H������ men  will bn   hold  iu  .Spokimn <Inrln_r  t|u>  Vnvni������l������,������   II    ������n    IO T  ���������FOR SALE���������Several fine thoroughbred field spaniel pups to be bought  cheap. * A bargain. Apply Primrose  Wells. 5-8t*  ��������� ���������������������M,*aa-*������V    V||A/     l| V^44>K  All members of tho Farmers Institute  nnd others interested nro urgently requested to attend the mooting on Friday, Ootobot 18, whon matters of greatest importance will bo disonssed relating to the finanoing of tho farmors by  tho government. Mombors ore requested to study tho quoation and if possible  bring papers on tho eubjoot.  ������������������[You get|flvo per cent] discount at  Thk Caah SToniiJ.  ���������LADIES, cull ut uuv lityrc and look  ovor our supply ot MoO������lln patterns just  reooivod.   S, A. Spoera.  -**1<af 4**1-1    ���������j-faftW    VfAWVf    I *% * A at A������tVl*������ f  ������������   *^���������v*.*       W*--"r .    H4I..,,  W   , 4   .,,.... A  I  I  A. D, Poohiu of Canyon City met his  Inolli'ir. whfi U.ih   1.a>j*ii   in   T(!iia>Ihv,i1   for  about ft yoar, nt the afternoon train,  Wednesday.  4rt..ll..  \tX������   4k MfkM     ���������/  j    ���������aend tot onr pricoii on furniture, wo j  Ou Wednesday of next wuuk, the  EngHoh oomodionno, Mist* Lucy Wob-  ling, and Mr. Walter MoRayo, actor,  traveler and rocoutcur, on thoir roturu  toor from Vaucouvor to Halifax, will  givo au entertainment at tho Mercantile*  ���������*-> ��������������� -��������� ������. .*.������ m*       a* -   ,  MU44    MUUW4      \>XX%J    MUt>|>A^UU     M*      *A*\J    *******  ���������paythofroight.   O. O.S,  ) Unlld ot (Jhrtot ohuroh,  Regina and Waiter JdLalsall of Cranbrook. .    x  Mr. Halsall acted as guide for tha  tourists from Cranbrook to Yahk, accompanying them in his own car to  ^iui4r-irpl^ue^wUer������^3^A^^_? <w������0H-3^~  *" ' ' A '  have been met by Guy Lowenbierg of  Creston; vice president* of tht>, Omn.  dian Highway Association, but who,  owing to some misinformation, under* >  stood that Wilby would remain, m  Winnipeg to attend the Canadian  Highway convention which is in session this week, was out of the province  and could not keep the appointment*  The journey from Cranbrook to   a  point near Yahk was made, in good.  time! but just before reaching Yahk  the   automobile   became   mired and,  about an hour was lost m getting the  machine on its way again.    Then a  steep grade was encountered in whioh  a block und tackle had to be used to  pull the car up the ascent.    The ma-,  chine weighs ovor two tons and as the  l-vei'jige on the rigging was necessarily large, the car was pulled up tho  hill at a very alow rate, as Mr. Wilby  termed it, ''inch by inch" and muoh  time was lost. '  From Yahk to Kitchener the -journey was made on the railway track us  the government road has not yet boen  completed through this section. Aa  darkness had fallenbig risks were assumed. At Bov6rai places tho switches  and frogs In tho traok caught and tore  tho tiros of tho car.  This side of Kitchener another atcop  hill covered with shalo rook was encountered and tho block and tackle  was again brought into use. Aftor  this wan passed good progress waa  nuulo oh the road Im in n fair condition  tlifiii|4-.li a 1.1'lila twit't-ow for nm\h a. hlf*.  car. At Erlcksou the party, not having a guide, hoadod toward Oanyon  City but whon nearly down tbo Goat  rlvm* hill the nrrof win dl**-irtv^������v������d ^m\  tho machine was backed out.  Tho car left town Saturday morning  at 11 o'clock flying a CiinUiu (vtnuut  which was pro,.omul at th.j request of  Fi'odLltUc, who with It. Walmsley  lU'tivl n*. howl, Tor Mil' Inn I'M m cInflTiiv  I n.,... ..������ i ,.4-..... l,,   jCOmAImmA am JaVum Kit  1"."S _  -.!���������}  l;\  -\J'  .--.���������  -A.f������_f  .^1  *.������   ,.......... ������  ������    ,  msf mm./^.mmx.'mm,   Xxm  W1I..A THE   CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON,  B:  wm  ;-'.v-i;-.-  m  By Arthur Applin  Ward,''Lock & Co.,  Limited.  London,  Melbourne & Toronto  ^  ttti'ti.  li'.Z' ���������  fa:.'.--  Wti  fn'l-jl. '���������  V. J  ,4>  *'������  ?,"'  v<  >���������t  ti*-  ' -t*  *;ti  'lY  ���������  ANNOUNCEMENT:  We will adY-se weekly in this space, and will offer  bargains in Farm Lands, City and" Suburban property.  We make a specialty of exchanges of all kinds, including Farm Lands, Winnipeg property, Automobiles,  etc.  It will be to your benefit to watch this space closely.  Correspondence solicited. Good live Agents Wanted  at every point in the west. ..-���������:,?  SCOTT,  HILL AND CO.  22 Canada Life Building, Winnipeg, Man.  CHAPTER 1;  ������������������  Captain^ the Honorable Fred Scribner Had never found himself'-��������� in a  worse temper. He had^just wasted  a glorious spring: mornVig on a fruitless visit into the country to see his  aunt.! the Lady Mary Scribner, who  lived alone at Scrivner Tower a beautiful estate a few miles from Pinner, j  She possessed a large 'income, though I  no one save her bankers and her law-! ���������. tr   .    .,,  ., , -   i    ..    .  ?ers knew tho amount. ? She em-i ������r^ * . -^ v���������*> tl0Jl* "^ P^k  ploved some twenty or shirty servants'! LO aie    II^-llh:  on the estate, and kept the same nuin-1 Scribner watched it flow, the while  _er of cars and dogs, her sole com-'* sniiling bitterly. How could he give  par.ion?., She was very old. very' up tins life, how could he give up his  withered. ver<- eccentric;- wa, -gener-' regiment, h's friends/' And the race  ally to be found dresspd in rugs, rind ! course, the polo ground, the restaur-  possessed no interest in life save her i ant-- the pretty women? It was ai>  animal? and hor flowers. j surd.      His. aunt--he (hired not allow  The Honou.able Fred was her only j hiraseif to think cf her.--  jnale relative, and she confessed that j  Scribner yawned, played with some  luncheon, th*������n putting, ou an immaculate nioi_ins'coat and silk hat strode  into the sunshine of' Piccadilly. It  was the height of tho season, the famous thoroughfare was a whirl of  motor-cars, carriages and gaily dressed women of all nations. ' A torrent  of wealth poured continually from the  r :������������������-���������:  iti  :  -.-..' -<  .���������>.*,-'.*.  IVjv.   '  U-ti.  hrtiti,  VI  [���������������.'. .  iS?  - ''���������   '���������  ,' I -.".' .  He turned into Bond Street; there,  was only onething to be done. He.  hated doing it. for the man was be-,  coming positively offensive' taking,  more liberties even than he -.illowod  his tailor or his man-servant. Yet.  he could not do without Aaron Hob- i  errs, for he began to be a lit tie at'raid  one day he might inherit Scrivener  Towers and the major, portion of her  Income. But sometimes he reflected  bitterly thdt- probably. the dogs aud  cats would receive the larger share.  He entered his rooms iu Half Moon  Street; Suns himself before the bur-,  ������ui and commenced to tear open an I 1(,st one day Aaron Roberts might,  accumulation of letters. Bills, all of.say he could do without hi in. -lust as.  them, that vvas why thev had not been ! h<-* passed the Dore Gallery he ran '  opened: he knew the writing oa the straight iuto Jimmy FrancIts and his;  ������������������nvelope of each    one;    bookmakers,! future wife. Iris de Fontaigne. \  stockbrokers a couide of tailors, a; Just his luck again; he had an ab-.  florist's and a jeweller's. A gentle! surd feeliut, that they both knew i  hint   from   a   famous   restaurant   that 1 whet-her he  was bound,  for he stood t  outside Aaron    Roberts'-    office,  eemed lo shrieli  business in bold letters on a greati  A bite of this and a taste of that, all day  liT-TMv Ait  -Io       4 K.4J,       4*)^-\������,|-ll������, ������i r+A    1<l4..Y.4>r,������       -\.4tA,  >v������������^(   u.w.j^>     i.**w    ������4a^^><^-a^kv.     atuU   nvuit<.iiii?     iitQ  digestion.  Restore your stomach to healthy vigor  by taking a Na-D<-u-Co Dyspepsia Tablet  after each meal���������andcutoul the'piecing*.  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  are the best friends for sufferers from  indigestion and dyspepsia. 50c. a Box  at your Druggist's. Made by the  National Drug and Chemical Co. oi  Canada, Limited.  \ -.;  fh<-* manager would be glad to receive  his cheque for certain suppers and uin-! -"���������-��������� the nan's name seemed to shriek  l *_ AA  ne.rs���������whioh  had  been  eaten  but'not! **i-  paid  for.       And   a   letter   from   Mr. ; brass plate.  Aaron Roberts, reminding him that the!     Hello, where are you off to? Francks  interest was due on a promissory note! laughed good humouredly.  for a thousand  pounds of last June, f     Oh. having a stroll in the sunshine.  Scribner leaned back in his chair.; Scribner replied. But he looked at i  consigned th * unpleasant documents. Ins and held her hand a moment'  to the waste paper basket, and re-' longer than was necessary. Iris del  Sectivoly sucked an Havannah cigar. :: Fontaigne   was  described  by  her  eu- \  It was ius: his beastly luck! That:  ���������was all he could find to say. No;  man ever had such vile luck.as he. j  If hy chance he ever backed the win- \  ner    the  odds   were   it   got   disnuali-:  -IVrlij.   niii   1-1  erntes���������unci v.-ia  sessed of them���������as unusual, flamboyant.        Her    frieuds   acclaimed    her  beautiful,   and   as   if   to   verify   their  judgment her pott rait had already defied; whether he dabbled in Kaffirs or. corated the walls of the Academy, and ;  ���������Rhodesians. Rubber or Oil they always: the studies of famous artists.      Sculp-,  dronped the moment he touched them-1 tors had moulded her ia clay and chis-;  she   pos-;  01  l_^<r, !  Repartee in   Politics  If th������ name of the* victim of this  story were published, it would create  <��������� s'������n������*ati'in from"the Atlantic to the  Pacific, not to say-from the Great  Lakes to the Rio Grande. In short,,  ifjlie name wore, known, fhe gentle- \  man in inestion would ha*.e s 'vpi ���������'  duck fits, and the. vema'-nder' of the S  hoimlation of the United States would1  lean 'madly into latiahjna: livstericsj  However, the victini is a man high in  national politic*-' and prominent in-the  storing mihlic eve. He had befriended the hero of this nnrrs.tlve.iand had  hound him to him with hoops of ste^..  Aii evivtenoy of politics re.oiurpd signal -.service from the lesser lieht. a'n.ri  tV> great man sent, for the other and  1 said to h'm: ������������������������  T am your Triend ,      I "r.iv"* made you  what vou are.      For mv sake go out  into the countryside, aud do thus.and  so .V  ,,'The   lesser   light,   having   consulted  'Vis own interesttis and the opnovite faction in the narty. journeyed  fnrth all-  ������������������igi-it  enough, luit whnt ho'pul^e-V off.  !n the aforementioned countryside wan  >-..direct e^utnidicliou to his InstrH'--  I tions.       When  he    returned    to    t'ie  Pl^ee from  whieh  he hud   stavtnrl, h"  oniied   :>t   the  oiiieo������  of his   powerful  friend, but w"** received by a suhord-  ijjiaie. who said:  M*-* bos'- think1" that you have trented him vovv hndly In view of i*H his  past fri'Midshlp tnT vou, nnd he will not  reo'oive you. Fnrth.ermore, he wishes  vou to send hack to h]m tho autographed photograph which he gave  yon.  The mnn, thus rebuked, hurled himself into a taxlcab. dashed into his  humble dwelling seized a larsre stub  pen wrote an inscription across the  picture, and sent the photograph back-  to its giver. The Inscription read  thus:  Received without solicitation���������returned without regret.  Do it Quickly  We (Australians) look  The pre3dnt s.e.iT*f!o_ ot Western tanners  vlll never  know  t_������  difficulties   wad   *),'xatl-,ns  experienced  by  their  predecessors in, the-  earlier years wms no one couid get *. &vr\oxd of grain shi.pe'' l������  bulk except ry io*,ding lt thromjh an elevator.      Tho system forced  the majority pf farmer-- to  sell their  grain to  the elevator oivner'������'  at  arbitrary i,rlc- s, and oft times  to  submit to heavy  dockage and  other ann-iy-roee.!.  causing continual <Hssr<riifaction.      Now ho,weyef  the distribution o* .ar3 as fixed by the urain Act, and the use ai ths   ,  loading platform, provide facilities whlcj eirble ^,e farmer to spcilTa -  satisfactory * real ���������-.-.<��������� nt in the disposal or ills kra*n   and the highest   '-  jr.r.rkpt prices at tl.ne cf sale.      rJvi^ry *_*rii^r tl.eiefore. sheu'd more"  and more cdeavor *o use the loading -oh ir-irm in shlpplnp* his grain  to ihe t������>rtninil en?vatcvs.      It Is: the safrg'mrd of the farmers' freedom in disiior.ing of his grain to the be3t advantage for himself.    IfY  farmers r-jifra'n  from vising the loading:: n/atformYfroelv?-' it rmight rev  . pult  !n  Its  helng  d^no  away  with,   becai.������">  railway  compnn!es?and    ���������  elevotor owii4ir������  nr-, strongly  opnosed  to 1...       Tt Is easy to understand   why   "leva'or   people   de<*lre   the   losing   platform' ahoHshed.''',,ic  The r.'itlway   ieop)e on their part say i? d-lays -the loading of. car<*Y  .-'nnd  helps to cave car shortage,. ,     Th's wr- know'to he nonsense,  riecnns.e .fr*������nuehi.V  after  cars  are  load������d   whether with  grain,  coal  lnm.ier or other me-*chandlse, ihey are ^Idet-acl-'f. ��������� for d-ivs Rhdaven  "���������p^s fnstend of >1n<* nromntiy moved forward to, destination.     -It.  is engine pho-tagp ...nc! shortr.ge of compi=*^*it tratT   me-if thn^ mostlV"  .'V,."T rram "i loi-.kad^^ on railways and ...ot. lack of cars.    J>t ever.? *  fsrmer thwr=>fore,  d *��������� all he run to nt-e *> > 'ond-nK'������������������:,9l''tfof.^'iin.**id?'h'J������".,'.vi  r.ntY,f>   54*n   '"df^e-ide-t   sh Inner.'      Tn   fiuh.-en-iient   art^Prt'senie-nf**  w������  ���������nMU atntp in (!f>tfi'1 *he sjjv'iir'gq t,nfi of>������*i^a^TTan*'p���������?.������������������������������ of direct load-������.:  fnr  fntn. e-������T������   pomnared. with.  |r,s/������in������r tV. Mtsrh   ^Ipva-f-o-rs?  We handli* vhe fftrmers grain strictlv'on commission, mak" liberal  advances on -"-ar bills of lading, sup^rTls* the* grading at time car**  are inspected, sevtiro the highest nrice* at) time of sale and makf*  rt^emnt. returns w>'n������n'-s61d. Write -.is for sh.pping instructions and  fo'p>-vot informat'ott. -   ,  soil Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS >  WINNIPEG, CANADA..  [li- -���������vi y.,i\  to   Canada  with  the    greatest    admiration;     we  ironpe.i. r.ni   nuiiuenu nf- iuuwihu men*.-; i-v/i=* hc-a. ;ui.umt:n .i-cri   m v:m.������  o-l  He opened  the Daily   Mail, glanced I elled   her  in   marble.       For  si  it the *ist of    quotations    from    the . sessed raor������- t-w_  pretui-n-no  C  Stock Rxchange and picked up the re- \ something more than a figure so per-  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Lmited  Engineers and Boilermakers .'���������>"  Boilers'   of    all '    kinds���������Engines.  Pumps, and Heavy Plat? Work  Write us tor Prices  14 Strachan Ave.. Toronto. Canada  l__1a__k^_lfPliifn____ll  ceiver of his *:lephone; Rubbers could '; feet in its lines as to invite compari-!  not go much lower; now was the time| son with the great Greek ideals, j  to buy again. He was lust about to! Nevertheless, it must he admitted that j  call rip Messrs   Francks/Rohbins and! she wis unusual;  rather of the gipsy j j^e the hes* ever made and are guar-  imM������MgMM������&W&^  Ciittsr.  when  he  remembered   the  count reposing in the waste-paper has  ���������ct, and  the one for previous settle- j  ment   overdue. He     had     already}  promised r cheque; his credit was  pretty good still, but Jimmy Francks  was an old friend of his. and it was  not quite playing the game to risk  Jetting the firm in for further amounts.  JJesides, lie reminded himself, ho had  ids pride io think of.  His pride!       He laughed derisively  and  Hung his cigar into the grate. He  was   fllngin'r   lialf-a-crown   away,   hut  tho beastly thing would not draw���������his  luck again.      lie -'urned himself. Rubbers.     Kaffirs,     women���������he      almost  -wore at his aunt.    It was extraordinary how  she held  on  to life.       He  could not. remember hor agf", but he  knew  it  must,  bn  somewhere  in  the  seventies.      Well, thorn was only way  ���������out of his didlculty, marring'*.,     His  **iunt.  had   suggested   two   ways,   hard  work and matrimony.      A mail in the  Thirteenth   Lancers  could   uot   work;  the woman  ho wanted  to marry  was  engaged lo his friend, tlie. lucky man  -~(jldl.'iimmy Francks. who started life  In a lawyer's olllco without a penny,  ran away on  board  a  tramp steamer,  returned   homo   with   u   lew   hundred  pounds,   aud   on   tlie  Stock   1<4*<change  "luriied  tliein Into thousands.  *m SCIH FOR  ae-j "-vpe;   ber hair'was very dark, and it j ������nteed to g*vo you  as- * never required curling pins or irons. | &\) dealers,^ or send  AA..AA       M  Her skin had known the kisses of the j Irj. sty  wind and sun;  her ej-es a d������ep blue; ' -r  a sensitive nose, a mouth full, red-lip-_  ped. j  She was dressed in a fashionable  short,.tight-fitting frock, which suited |  her. while it ompahsised her rounded  yet slim, tall figure; ner long, narrow  feet were encased in shoes and stockings, which matched the colour of her  dress; in her eai's a quaint old-fashioned pair of earrings.  Jim has given rnc a motor-car, for  my very own. I'm learning to drive,  you know, she said, gently disengaging her hand. Not only her face, but  her whole heinj, seemed to exude the  joy of life; '-���������he was bubbling with happiness Scribner could not take "his  eyes off her.  (To be Continued)   ,  satisfaction..    At  end us 25 cents stat-  and size required-  fhe Arlington Co., of Canada,  Ltd.,  58 Fraser Ave., Toronto. Ont.  1    ��������� '  * **��������� .'.'���������     ���������   . ���������   : _^_j_.  know that intense as our loyalty is,  iuat your loyalty is just as intense,  just as undoubted; we .think you may  adopt some other method than purs  in your wisdom, and it is not for us  to speak a Avord to you in matters  that so closely concern you, hut 1  think we have a right to say in Australia after what we have done that  whatever the empire has got to do,  or is willing to do, to strengthen the  hands of our motherland, ought to be  done quickly.���������Sir t_eorge Reid at  Toronto.  BLACKBURN & MI LX S  %  A. M. BLACKBURN NEW GRAIN COMMISSION F8RM D. K.niLLS i  Both members haveihadmayy yeara experience.   Careful, in ditMuai attention to your shijsnss! b������ >������wmii       I  men will mean much lo YOU.    Send us atrial shipment.   . Wtile, wire of phone for net Itack bkla'or ihioDina  lnftrucMons.  631   Grain  Licensed  Exchange.  Refer f: nee:  Telephone  Main   46.  Tlse--Royal   Bank of Canada.  Winnipeg.   Man.  ssonaar  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH  AND  RAILROAD SCHOOL  This  3chool   is  located   in  Toronto  He Got It  Oh, said the manager, in the interview with Timkins. what I want is a  reliable clerk for the weighing room.  One who knows what's what. Do. you  understand ? - -  .   Timkins nodded.  Yon know your weights and measures table of course, went on the manager. Toil might just.run through  them now.   ���������-.....���������  Fifteen ounces make one pound���������,  began Timkins.  Go in and start at once, cried the  manager, with a grin of. satisfaction.  You're the m*vt for me!  Tommy (at a concert, watching soprano singing aria and conductor waving haton^��������� Ma. what's that iong-hair-  SHIP YOUR   GRAIN  TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY ���������  Grain Commission  Merchants Winnipeg,  Manitoba  Make JBills. "Lauing read:  Port Arthur or Fcrt William.   Notify Peter J an sen  Prompt -Returns ...,..-' Best Grades  Co.. Winnipeg  Liberal  Advances  ' Caller* (viewing the new boy)���������Do  you think he is going to resemble his  father?  Mother-���������I shouldn't    be  .surprised.  He keeps me up at night.even now. -  ocs  much  each year to supply   ed man hitting at her with that stick  for? -  His Mother���������He isn't hitting at her.  Tommy���������Then what is she scream-  the active demand for Telegraph operators wanted by our Canadian railways. A successful record of fift.ee?*-  years and hiuuli'eujs of officials and  operators in active railway service today is tbe best guarantee of the reliability of this well known school.  The book "Guided by the Key" explains the work fully. Write for it.  Address W. 11. Shaw. President, Toronto.  Pa, why do you always insist onnie  singing whe_ Mr. Spoozieton come  here? Well, I don't like himYand. yet  1 hate to come right out and 'tell liim  to go.  A lady was seen promenading the*  ttreets of Bournemouth the other week-  carrying a monkey under her arm.  Less disturbing to one's equanimity is-  the practice of another lady in Boiirne--  mouth, who never goes abroad on her'  cycle without being accompanied by'''���������'  her household cat, which reposes oa^  her left shoulder unAsturhed by the*  clatter of passing tranis and motor--  cars.  The OusVomor���������Ts that a real os-1 A minister haVing walked through a  trich feather? Milliner���������What, for! village churchyard and observed the  tenpence!      Oh. no, madame; ostrich ! indiscriminate praises bestowed upon  is merely its nom de plume.  the dead, wrote upon the gate pqst the  I following:       Here  lie  the  dead,   and  hern the living lie.  Minard'G Liniment Relloves Neuralgia  IS WITH ECZE_r\  Baby Dreadful Sufferer. Could Not  Keep Him from Scratching. Every  Joint Affected. Used Cuticura Soap  and Ointment and He Is Well,  ���������*"llnrloflp'I Hnu my Noti'i |iti-������t.i arid I ?<*<���������-!  f>y wrlil'iK th'***.- f''w lu\rs to vol 1 ii.-.i only  _oinu my duly, iw my son *.v������_ -j. itn-atltut  nulTi-ri-r from '"'/.'.rau. At  tlxs ag'^ of tfto w.-ukii lio  li'"*:!!"! i'>c": rfi'-.Ti'd wiih  r it upon on hi> 1i*k*i und  (.Toini, v.lili !i inotln r  il'.n.fc-lit wa-. fd Kiuii or  ttmiiti; l������ut dav Ij>* Uay  Minard's T.inlment Co., Tjlmiterl.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured a  verv bad'case of distemper in a valuable horse by the use of MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  Yours truly,  VlLANDirc   Fit ERICS.  Absent minded husband (in Paris)���������  My wife asked m-' to get. hor some  oau-rte iiolognc while 1 was here; now  what, tho douce is cau-tle-cologuu in  French?  fmSS< i_  This section is almost mountainous,  remarked the pedestrian to his companion as they trudged along a country road on" summer's day, carrying  heavy grips.  Yes, it's a bit hilly, said the farmer a few minutes' later as he drove his  guest from the station in the big buck-  board  Nice rolling country this, observed  the antomoblllst to his chauffeur as  they whisv/Prt hy in-a big touring car.  Gee, wrml ;���������. flu.!., uninteresting region, thought the aviator, looking down i  ms  ho  sailed  over it  in  his majestic j  biplane. I  IV  \I  /'V "t fr������'-w vor.-ii-until cwfiy  I',,/-..      * _f,''it   and   iiivici-   wem  '.m't'f' "*���������)      (*.tf'-i*ti-il an<l uiil'V ">taii^tl  \     H'-ifutnlim' tor I'.ours iiny  V  ttiid nl^'l.t' ������iu<*li a thlm:  ;. ���������/ iu-i . '.'-<:;i voi out of th'S  i A local nainter worked three months j  j on a painting. Ho spent a gotvl deal j  '; of money on models, but the finished l  product   iustifled   all  his   expenditure I  nnd all his time. F.veryhody told  '. him so when the picture wa.s exhihlt-  ' ed. Everyone out one. This lady,  i whoso opinion lie valued most, was  j the one he took lo tlio exhibition wiih  i him. 1 can hardly wait, she hub-  I Med. Whioh h". vour picture? This  j one. ho told her--and waited. Sho  J studied It in detail. What, is it call-  Ui,? she wanted to* know. Wood  ; Nymph.!-. How silly of me to ask!  'They're  so  natural.       Why. anybody  would tli Ink they were really mado of  wood.  ���������inn.     T 'oni: liim 10  'i '���������������������������irtii'iAf flut tor ���������: i.in- .',i������wi it  -J .  Iwo rf '-���������"������!n<".  ia;ii i.ii,- ��������� ;  I..;-  ,-. ,...',..>      i.-          ��������� ���������'���������,  '���������'  ���������ntliT 'll'l not fttln*.- if m, "1'nriii'i: our. ntdfU't  oiiitmi'iii f'i.- nili'-iiii,' i:>, i!.,: ������.:ln-: u ilii'-tirt:  powder, t fniim.nl Hi������'iT- 1 ri-M-ii|ii.niiH fur  ov������r four nmnrhi nt,it -.till hut..'. V< !���������' irrtiir";  wor/wi. T niiild nor. u.-t-p itiiu Iruir. ncrttnnu.i;  im> Rrfr.t v,;vi lili ntruiiy.  "Winn In* -j i,i {ii-.- iiontl-.i ohl J 1rli"l tlin  dttli'iira K- tru'iltor ;ir.'i I um vcr;- iifiritilui to  nay trtv imnv i-i ui-iUt, fi-->* from oil hi* ���������.'!("'������������������'-  Iiir. HIm p.roun v ���������'!������������������ Mi-' itiiii' w \������ :\ I i luiv i  and otli.-'r pnri-t iir"i<i>'l vm-i.- tli'- lir.n-r |,,i,l  nf Idii Imil.y iiiiiJit tin- kin-"*, uiiim. In m..,  Joltit'i, ov"''^'^' i inn! i'������-f!.' tii't afli-r T'.'.'. ".  ���������ii������I.i<������   I 'ill i.-i,. r:t,   I,.i.l   ,n i.I    1   I.   :'.i0   1"   '���������'       ,i  niurriinri: .i.io  i'    "������������������'-'-, '   '   *',���������*,:  ';    .-  tin, nlnii.,' v.lth !!" tmMilo" ������ lit' <,' ' '"���������' '  lUutn. Ivi),;- ������������������ :. e.-i',!'.' <-i.r.'i|. I I- * 111 i''!l -'''  ���������ti iirtir tin- I'lit'i-iirii r-o.iii mnl <",.;,in. ,.i. ...   :  iiWIli  The, Food  Tells Its ,  Own Story  It's one dish that a &ooc!  niany thousand people relish greatly for hreal<f?iR.'_  lunch or supper.  limv,  tllit.Hl.   i....!i'l'r,->.   I'f   ih   'J"lli-   "������������������  aiti'outrii ii" ���������< i"'*,*-*- ���������������������������'���������"i'"' ������'''������������������ ,l-'  li.ui   uiiv-    i'miiI.ii-    ?'!���������-. *"'���������;    nf    I '������������������:    ������'���������'  <Hla;ni'ili    Mr  ('lill'ilin.  i.iii  <;.    Mii ri in  ,ii���������l  i niiiiiii i,i  Kn:r  Jnoir-��������� What did her fniher say wlu-n  *,rt   ,m1'........   iin>   room   nnd   found   l\is  plump dniigiiii'i' sluliik' in your \n\.'(  Tom -Hi' ri'inarked that. I had tii'ten  a ureal dial on iiiysoir.  lir. .T. r>. Kellogg'H nysent.ofy Cor-|  1'ial is coinpinindod Hpoolnlly to ooni-1  li.ii ilvH'tiii'iy. ohnlora morhii'i and nil,  inltainniai'iry iIIhokIi'IH ihat i-liiume of |  !ood or ���������v:t!oi* may net up In tho titoin-I  ach  and     In'-'sl Inert. Thoi'e    coiu-I  ,1-iint'* hit tii,i|-i- coiiinmn ill MiMiirin*!' j  :'ian in wiuii'i, imi lir.v .ii',' ;;;.( c ut :  i, .-.���������-������! !n I hi- ". ann iH'iiillli*. an niiilue j  1 i '������������������); i ��������� i ��������� i ol tli,- linwi'h' I lilt V '-. i-'i> ;i .  man   nl   .-inv   Mine.       iSiU'll   a   nul'i'i'i'i'l* |  .-. ;i! J'm-1    |m ,��������� I" v -ll.-f In thhi < 'nr.lin!. j  Post  roasnes  Crisped wafers of toasted  Indian Corn���������a dainty and  most delightful dish.  liiiimr, '   ������������������ ��������� ���������  .������������������rl>,  villi.  II   .!"-|i.u:i' Iiooli    oil   tlir ' ii,  trctit'iii'ii' <if *U'" it ai an<l limr "ill I ������������������  Irni . a nniiiK'iiilon lo J'.ttict i>nir ,' '  ttirj...ao('oiiu/ibuji Avis., liiitiUj-, U..).'1  ���������i i  ��������� t  11-������.  Nicola   < ;' .M'i-iii, hi   iiii.  ��������� i .  ,, hi  i v  uip,ar  ...:.t.  VV I U I  ill  :;���������,;  Do Animals Swank? ;  Tho tl-illj'hlfnl story of Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox will help r.s to answer this question in the. affirmative*-.  As a matter or fact, animals tmdoubt-  odlv do swank, and the domestic ones  when mado pots of. will give themselves as many airs and graces as a  gii'-l  In love.  ' Tt !,-* this chnvnct.prlHt.ic thai, renders  so many of thorn nuimmhlc to training. The writer has known a rat In  ��������� ,n f'lnhlo to Wo on its side nml pretend  I to be dead. When turned ovtu* with  I the foot i!. hns instantaneously ho-  I como very much allvo and Hcootert  I for all it was'worth,  An old horse employed ln farm  work would protend to ho very lame  when mil on ii,.' m'.iu-o.hurnlng, which  nocosHll'itod hi,, u- ������������������.u' round lu n circle, bnt. dlvopfly no ���������fv'iiH taken off ho  would, metiiphorlcaUy Hpoakhig. frisk  like n i;!tt"n.  Tho IrlHh lovi'lrr and the collie nro  lervll'W'   swnnkorH.       Thoy   will   put,  in with  any amount.'of netting, but.  directly   the   victim   is   off   his   guard  thov  will  not  lWHtltnte  to nip.  j     I'lVorybndy    In    I'l'.mlllnr    with    tlie  phrnso,   p'f>yl''K  possum,   meaning  of  I eourpo, lvlpg low, or protondlng.   Thl������ !  | ovtrnordlnavy llttl" animal. If nttiiok-]--  ' ed.   "t'M'ohes   IfiinK     mIHT     upon    the ,  j't'.r(Mind.     Vou may boat it, throw wa:>  1 "r unon 'I. and all but. kill It. ycl whon  i vou have turned away In the firm bo-  j lief that It Is (loud, the little Impofitor  will .Itimp un and ucnrrv f/i safely.  It     Is fori'incit".    kuo'vlod.,,,o    among  ! rporlfinan that n nirtvldec 'vlll tlnttor  i int't, alKMid  o!" ilic:s  or  me",  iiroUuvi-  !n������ to havo a bvilron wlm*;. fill fho has  1 lured   thoni   nwny   front   h"t*   h:ihl"S,  ggESIL ^___L /jmtw   "^y~v*j^yr  _.__    ^������*BSaf Vraiy      "HSsT  PLU������  CHS WIN������  'TOBACCO  Tr?e A'BSaAmsirN.,  What the A. B, Seaman Says:  "A sailor's K_e is bold and free, and life  is one grand sweet song���������as long a_  there's lots of Empire Navy Plug  Chewing Tobacco." ,  SBsaatsf.  arse  mm������^^i^^k\kt.UmsitimtaSZ  ���������|ii|������'.   n,,i,i*r4.���������  Tin,!,   ������hr������   rls.-'U.  aiid   Huilti  home  iho wind:  like  ' * 77/*������ Memory MiifjcrH " j j  Ml, ,.  (Ml*-  W .   N .   U .   010  I.)' wine ''iiinil'l Ic poured n\ i-r  tin,  and   Inn  hccloiltl'c,",  d I.l rlluit i (I   \'ti  Mioi-c    V'.ll'i   .'illi-lllloil   111'.I   flllli'lTll. Ill-  rc'iin." -i "'1   ii:-    Ii'i'ImIh  to   ilinir.'   I'liiin I  i-i" i,.mil  I'.iiiaiHan    !'..s|ii'*,i    Coi'oal    ������'o,  I i''.,   Wiail.ior.  O.iiiui.i.  ('.���������nirally, l>,* chuno.n unsought, thoy  met In tlio railway (���������airlui'.o.  He  wiih  a yoiiUK man, ImardloHH;  hla coinpun-  km a hoavy oldster.  ���������^o yon nro ������. toiudior? romavked the  lalliatlvo vetoran.       I'll    wager    you  had  to print* a  prelly sllff exam.  Yes,  ImWioil!   vopllod the instmotor j  of tho young. j  And   what   woro lhe    nuhjoct.n?    In-1  !_!.������������������'"  iiii. imi,ii,,I;I\.1 ij.A.,..;.'ii^-S''.'  Woll, wo wero examined In pnyohol-j  Mo l.nio'r n l.ttvury j o.-.y,   liitn^n!   rnl'-u'-it.;.   imtthomationl I  hal'*) I tic  triuihli'*' antroijoniy, polcuiio divinity, uudaph.v-'  ,,:���������,���������,', a l ri, i i ,'.;  Hi.������ i|i>ii|- v.'i'h n I idoul    uuuIvhIi*.    and    (.null,      Latin I  '..��������� .?,i������-f.|,vl'Mo        \Vi,nt.4. io know ^ f''.','ii'*u nud lloi'innii vm-nltlcatlon. 1  . I'.nn I'l-i.- bi'u nn nm him oi iircn. ���������     ������������������������������������������������������������������������       '--1    r '"    :������������'���������"������/.t,         l wi'i'c vo i  si riving*."  hi   ol.-htv-iliroe   y.-ais   hIimm-   l.:.f |     'I'l-aclwr of tho Infantit. air.     ^  harse-dvMwn   puhllo omnUniM  i*������u  I ��������� **V'r!u'>. tbn piiHt financial yenr OlaO'"  row's tnimways I'avrlod Z10 inlllioi*.-  tnissengorB and took nearly $.f',OOi).OO0*  lu rocotpts. ,   '      ���������  Reg������i*I&rity������  11 ml  I'lii-hind:   ib" tlnii  public ninior-hnn  jm cigllt  yearn- ni;o.  llcntlu*   ������'\4!4'f'fl('i|   blrtliH   In   Kraiico  lit;il   year by  .U..1101).  of the bowel*" In nn ol-iHolur-y nccc-i-  i"Uy for Rood health. Unless tho  wnflte matter from the fooil which  coHcctti there \n Rot rid of at leant  -ni.,. aa il..A.-, is. di-cvyi*! nud p'-MYin��������� *v"*  whole body, cauning biho'ifino8������, intii-  (jCKtion nntl riolc lio:id(u"hon, Saltri  and other liarah mineral purj-ativen  Irrilatu the d������'llcatc lining ol th������  bowulM. Ur. Mm������.(-'���������* Iiuli.iii Root  ��������� l>il|u ��������� M'tindv voectahlo- -ro,viilaf������  the howrlrt ctlleclivoly vmlioul wval*.-  (Cliiutl, t,n-tvi;iitii_/, ui (.,'ii"������,.      *-'-..'..  D_������������ Morao'a    ft,>  v. ���������aa**  s-..-:,..-;jv'i---������,;;>.������.r.;tT.I.:.j*-i.-,'----f'���������������'���������',-.V-.V.--.W  ���������sotsaav  'f^ff  TH]  CBESTON  ������>EvIEW, , CRESTON.  ���������������������������������������      .-a  -D.   \_.  Jt-.figj,  ti*3ti.;m  ���������zymrn  y.>U.'.ff-.&~:l_  :'|..-,,.'iai>hl-U  Why doesn't she take  -alA-DRU-CO Hesdaelie Wafer  They,stop a headache promptly, ye, do not contain any of  the dangerous drugs common In headache tablets.. .Ask your  Drut-rglst' about thtim.   25c. _ box..  4_ I  Summary Justice   -  On the arrival of the judge who had  convened a court in one of the towns  ��������� of Arkansas, circuit, it vvas found that  no pens, ink   or stationery had been  provided.-    Having expressed himself  National Dn.ua and chemical Co. or Canada.. Limitco   I  mrammim-****-******''* r  m  J  ��������� imi ii-*������  .  c  Sri Backacibe tlie  ^*B*fctt^'������y "������������������    -���������- ar ~  Tt ia their way of Collins*, your attention to^tlie fact  thnrt they nre not- in perfect condition. Many people  who ppisistently ignored jrerjefiteii warnings niven  l-y Uio kidneyo aro now chronic sufferers from kidney  ond bladder, complaints which will ������tay with tliaia  until they die, and perhaps hasten the end.  How ffitirh bettor to help th������������ kidnevi the moiriMit    tlipy show minis of tuffiirir11 lil tip nKuistfln04?I    Toko  =" ������ v ���������'������������������ ti' '������������������ Z-'ti DU. CLARK'S SWEET "NITRE PII.I.S in time.  They contain- mtxure's own' remedies. They lift thf kirlncys, out'of their temporary  depression nnd start, them again in normal activity. Sold everywhere ut fifty cents  a box or inailed direct l)y'-.   ; 41  THE SSARTSN, BOLE & WYNNE; CO.,        WINNIPEG, CANA&A  Turning the' Tables  In some cases counsel receive answers to questions tjjat they had no  business to put, which, if not quite  to their- likin_. are what they justly  deserve".     'The.'following    story    of_  with due forcibility, his Honour took, George Clarke, a , celebrated    negro j  somv money from his pocket, and was | minstrel, is a, case in point.     On one  about to hand it to an attendant, when i occasion, when being examined as a  lie pat-sed.      There was    a    high-fee I witness, he was severely interrogated  lawyer in tin well of the court, who   by a lawyer.. "  Canadian Northern S. S., Ltd.  *VIONT|lEAL--aAlipAX TO BRISTOL  Shorten loiite to London and continent on  12,000  e '-.-'..Tan Rooting. Palaces. ,  Next Sailings from Montreal  ���������'ROYAL GEORGE" Oct. 16tln Nov. Bin  ^JROYAL EDWARD" Oct. 30th  Xmas ������a3iings--From Halifax  ������������������ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27*     ti *'ti  ' '''ROYAL GEORGE" Dec. 11 th  Further  information from  any  vali  or steamship agent, or write.  A.   H.   DAVIS, Gen. Agent.  272 Main "Street.  . ?" ���������".?-''.'Winnipeg  -     The Better Way  A lady, who wa3 sitting in the middle of the stalls at a matinet and'was  wearing a regular floral avenue of a  hat.'-tyas politely asked to remove it,  but she somewhat rud-ly refused. At  last the nuisance became intolerable,  and various uncomplimentary remarks  were hoard all round her.      A gentle-  ,'man'?-reprimanding a youth near him,  who had given vent to a particularly  sarcastic remark,   said,   so   that   he  could ^De:'he'ar.d';^.y':.all'.--:'ardu_(l'.i.  ,    If you. only knew    what, you   were  ftalkiug about you would ? hold  : your  tongue; that lady is a friend of mine,  and has not long recovered from a serious illness, which has left her quite  "bald. -.- Z-  - ['  ���������:'?'��������� --'  '".. ������������������'.'- ���������?��������� 'v  v With a viciour jerk, the offending  hat was removed to -disprove tjhe  fiendish assertion?and tti_ view of the  stage wao not impeded any longer.  at that moment was heard to remark,  Well, I've seen some pretty bad courts,  but this���������well, this is the limit. The  brow of the judge darkened. You are  fined five dollars for conteir.pt, sir! he  said. Hand the money to the attendant. While to the latter he said  Now, David Bryan, just you step out  quickly an*' get the articles required  f nd if there 5*5 anything left over you  can hand this gentleman his change.  '���������-    ���������   __ *   _  ��������� _ ..���������*-.;-,':.V   . ���������    ���������  ������������������������������������_ ��������� ���������    ���������   _��������������������������� ���������'     "a   ���������  .111*  Sea-water contains silver In considerable quantities, and It is often found  deposited on the copper sheathing of  "hipS'.'   ���������-.-������������������--' .���������.������������������-���������'���������'-.��������� .^..l.;,:;-...-..-..-.  .     ���������  When artists are permitted to make  copies or pictures In a public' picture  gallery they are allowed ''to..-sell ..the  copies for their own benefit..  You are in the minstrel business, I  belieye? inquired the lawyer.  Yes, sir, was'the reply.  It not that rather a low calling?  I don't know but what it is sir. replied the minsjtrel, hut it is so much  better .than my father's that 1 am  rather proud of it.  The lawyer fell into the trap.  What- was your father's calling? he  inquired. .   "   ,  .  He was'a lawyer, replied Clarke, in  a tone that sent the whole Court into  a roar of slaughter as the,.discomfited  lawyer sat down.  .Tsl  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  GERMAN      SPECIALISTS'      DiS-  To Fit the Crime  ;Y  For a scolding wife the branks arid  ducking-stac! were formerly regard d  as infallible correctives. -'Not more  so, however, than the' method -'employed by a Saltzburg burgomaster, who  sentenced a woman? convicted of vir-  uiemtiy abusing her husband, to stand  ���������-'-*''���������- -   -     sjx hours  . .tinow's.. This?--- ?;���������:.;  *5f_ offer One Hundred Dol!a_RfeWartl for *Bf  mmm- r������t Catarrh that cannot bo cured by hull*  SbMrrb Cure.  .-.-.*"   I. CHENEY <fe CO., Toledo. O.  We,  the underslened,  have known P.  J.  Cheney  oi* the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable  in  all  business   transactions and  flnanclally  ���������We to carry out any obligations made by bis firm.  '���������'.������������������' Walding. Kinnan A: Marvin,  Wholesale UruKiriHta, Toledo. G.  Hell'sCJatfirrh Cure is taken internally...acting  directly uiion the blood and mucous surfaces ot ������2w  system. Testimonials,sent free. Price :75.cente $m  bottle.  Sold by all DniRelsts.    -      ���������:..';."v  Take Hall's Family-Fills torcorath.-_.oa;     -     ' .  KIDNEY TROUBLE  j4ftvt"RV wiiIl. 'positiv'ELY-CURE   ia a. public? place, and for  -COVERY WILL  POSITIVELY curb   evepi, day for a wefek direcfj a torrent  of "violent objurgation against a straw  effigy fashioned to represent her  spouse. Not a minute's respite was  her tongue allowed; the briefest silence  being sharply punished by -a stinging  cut from a whip v������"ielded by an official  who stood at hand to see that tho sentence was duly carried out.  Bladder Stone, Gail Stones,  Jft-riney 'Sftm.es, Grave! and  -all Ailments of Uric  Acid  Origin ���������  SAiNIOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID  A rustic, who did odd jobs for the  village blacksmith, asked leave ofr absence ������or the following day, which  was granted.  During the morning his employer  noticed him. dressed in his Sunday  best, coming down tbe road from the  direction of; the church,.. sheepishly  followed by.a -wfoman who kept about  two paces to the; tear, on the opposite side of the road. % ^ Y- ti '���������'.  : Jerking his thumb over his shoulder  in the direction of hie companion, aha*  at the same time indicating her with  a movement of his head, the yokei"  sdlemnly ejaculated: .ti'titi-  ' ' G'ot'.'er.- ?'                    .,,'...",-���������..-".:  ���������17 A TT <2  "TT:!  ^"'?"f^J>^,  iKuadr'eds^   of - cured    patients    can  prove our statement).  SuSereri- vyill receive pamphlet free  on requist.  Sanol. PRICE $t.50 per bottle in  liquid from. Druggists, or direct from  the  fANOL MPG. CO. OF CANADA, Lta.,  Winnipeg, Man.  It one he troubled with corns and  warts, he will find in Hollo way's Corn  Cure an application that will entirely  relieve  -"suffering.  languages and dia.ccts  on the earth, the Bible has been translated   into 180.  lil liift ..RftW^  COULD   NOT     STAND     OR     EVEN  TURN    IN    BED���������LEGS   GREATLY SWOLLEN  For tnreP'.sclid hours ttie captain  had  _een lecturing his men on  "the      Over 75 per cent of the trade of the  duties of a soldier," and -he thought; British Empire K foreign; the rest is  it was time to see how much they; had ] inter-Imperial.       j  understood of his discourse f    Casting1  his eyco round the. room, he fix&d on,  Private  Murphy  as  his. first-; victim.  Private Murphy, ne asked?--why  should.a soldier *?e ready to die for  his country?  Private Murphy scratched his head  for, a. moment, and' then;a smile of  enlightment" ferossed his face.      ���������  Sure, captain, he said, pleasantly,  you'ro quite right.      Why should- he?  Bang! went the rifles at thenicinoe-  uvres. Oo-oo screamed the pretty,  girl���������a nic.3, decorous, surprised- little  scream. She steja^?_ackward.--into  the surprised ariris^tn a young man?  Oh, said she, blushing. I was )ep  frightened by the rifles. I beg your  pardon. Not at all,, said the young  man. Let's go over and watch the  artillery. Y '  : In: one year over 500,000,000 tons ol  goods were carried on the railways oi  the United Kingdom.  "   ' :'''   '  '   f-    ,  s  ti.. You must.haye had a terrjble exper-  ience, ..with  no: i*ood  and^osquitpes  sWarming arounjd''-y.ou, said���������"-&. friend to.  the shipwrecked mariner who had been  cast away upon a tropical island.  You just bet I had a terrible experience, he acknowledged; My ^experience was worse than; that of;the man  who wrote, "Water? water' eyery^  where, but hot a drop, to drink  With me: i+ was bites, bites everywhere, but not;a bite to eat.       f  Thirteen Hebrew or Yiddish papers  are published in New/ York, ths-jee of  them being dailies.  \\\  f^   Repeating Shotguns  Trap shooting brings   out the   shooting     %j  qualities of a gun.     -Winchester Repeating  Shotguns last year won both the professional  and ainateur Season's Averages.   This shows  they are reliable in action   and  close,   hard,  shooters.   These qualities make them excellent  for hird shooting,  especially for the quick,   fast  flyers.   Winchester guns are well built and Snished  and will give good service for yesars.   They are sold by  all dealers.  Send postal for complete illustrated catalog.  mHCBESTEB BEPEATiHS A8MS 68,      ��������� Us- Bsve% Cssb. J  _���������<__  Aii  Doctor's    Medicine    Failed���������Cure  Effected    by Use of  They were seated in tho dim light  of a conservatory She was playing  with her fan, and he was murmuring  soft speeches in her ear. Suddenly  he leaned forward and impressed a  kiss on her soft cheek.       " ?";c������������������-.���������.  Oh, Charlie, she cried, how you  frightened me! ?  Then after a few minutes she said-:  RAW FUR  II? : approacl^ipij.  hi    whers   t������  aeason .������   rat  Have    you  market your collection!.    - x     . ' -       -���������'���������.-  Toronto U (he chief Fur manufacturing centre of Con-  jjifta,... Do DUsuaeas tjixeez saujajcauio iiill ^^.iiv .cr jv-^ur  skins..  Prompt cash fcr your eoasisnine'-tti. larpeoramali.  Write now for our trade newt letter to be iiaued aoon.  Addrcw WAGNER. BRASIER ft CO.. Dipt C.  8C Front St.. Eaat. *       Toronto, OnUrio  n<r&4tii#m4>j6i'  I'TigiiLei'i. rae again. Ch  IAAAA ..W ���������  Light moves at the rate of 200,000  miles a second.  Popular ra-*n know so many people  that spealdng to all of them must be  a burden. ~;'  S  PmOLA  LOHEllYE'WAaKIHDSo-o������o������*|,  !��������������������� Ihe C*4E4\NRST, SIJMPtlJST, and I1RSTIIOMB  DYli, ono can liuy--Why you don't even have lo  knowwlmt KIND of Ctolh your Good* mtm mado  ot.'.Sri' Ml'lakea ar������ Impoaalblo.  Send for Ft������������ Color Card, filory noolAlcl, and  Booklet kIvIiiu raaulla of Dyeing ovor other cxilora.  Tha JOIlNSON-niCIIAUOSON CO., Umllod,  Montreal. Canada.  No Approval  A Sheffield merchant, whose daughter had niarriea a man, with whbin It  proved sho could not get on very well,  was much surprised some weeks later  to see the young lady ret-urn home  again with all her belongings.  The old man listened very attentively to her story, and then went to his  desk and wrote a note to his son-in-law  which he gave to his daughter, assuring her that her husband would receive her kindly after this.  The pair, on reading the letter,  found  in it tho following notice:  Dear Sir,���������Goods that havo boen selected of one's own free will at my  estuhUshment are not taken hack  again.  The young couple laughed aud were  reconciled. .  ComiBol (to wltnosfl)���������What la your  husband? '  WttnbBa���������Ho'b a ilrtlsher.  What does ho llnlsli?  Woll, ho's just finishing his tlmo in  Pehtonvlllo Prison.  Tlio hirgouL pyramid In l^ypl con-  tainn 90,000,000 oubic foot of ntoho.  IT'S THE FOOD  The True Wav. to    Correct  Troubleo  'Nervous  -ULJ-\Lix"xjl? i2j������*4.  a aiuu<.  Again this' great medicine has tri  umphed-ovei' kidney diseases of a severe type. From a bed of suffering  and helplessness Mrs. Walsh was restored to health and "'strength by us-  :ng Dr. Chase's Kidney-L.iver Pills, f^  Kidney pains in tne hack tortured  her. Dropsical swellings had set in  and she had no reiason io hope for  cure, since the doctor's medicine failed to even relieve her'. Read what  the husband sayi about this remark-  3.1)16 CliiTG S  Mr. Tho^. D .-.���������' Walsh, Pictou, N. S. /  writes:���������"Two years ago my wife took  to her bed after suffering for a leng  time from kidney pains in the back.  She was not able to stand on her fe<?t>  or'even turn herself in bed. The  doctor's medicine was no benefit  whatever, that we could see. Sometimes her legs would swell considerably. Reading about a woman in  similar condition being cured by Dr.  Cliase's Kidney-Liver Pills, we purchased two boxes and when these  ���������wrere used she was able to sit up.^  With three more boxes she was restored to health and doing her own  housework.  As for myself I also found these  pills all that is caimod for them. I  give this statement in order that  others may obtain tho same ease from  suffering as that experienced by my  wife and myself."  One piii a dobe, SCc. a box, at al!  dealers or Ednianson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  I think it's an excellent Idea, remarked the new lodger, as he finished  his soup.  Ah! said Mr. Starvem. not used to  beginning your dinner with soup, ch?  Soup? 1 thought lt waa hot water  to prevent dyspepsia.  A Russian smuggler w,as shot recently by Cossacks just as he was crossing the Austrian boundary, not .far  from Czernowitz." r The body fell  across the frontier; the head in Russian territory, the trunk on the strip  of -neutral' ground which forms the  frontier, and the legs in Austria1. No  one is competent to deal with the removal of the bodj', as it -fell -itr different countries? ��������� It was. still lying, at  the vtime; of ��������� Hvriting, 'unb'uried, ���������.���������/the"  head guarded by Cossacks, the rest by;  Austrian ^endarities. '.''."���������?''/ '  When You Buy Mat dies  Ask?for  '^^^" ���������   -^*_  They have a true  sarety   oase:  head,   Witi   silent    tip.     Wi������  ;^z never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  x*\x\xj   tr  Matches  have   satiefied   Can-  adiaia- since 1851���������accept  no others,  The E. B.  company, Hull, Canada  a__B  s  S   wMw^yy&m.  Gj,o������4sp������ ara firm friends oi Wtncl"������or  ���������"*   . .     m*    ^.     mn.   . _���������1;_��������� x. :.%tix \.m..m...'.m -���������'  i aoie zmitm c ue> iua������ ������>*��������� ������������:...������ ������2������SU������S  it is pure a^d clean ������ni| good.   '   :���������. '  Ask any grocer for his best salt, and  he will give you Windsor Salt every  time.    Not because it costs mbre~-  it "does not���������but because the grocers :  know tliat Windsor Table Salt pleases  their customers. ,57  INSIST ON  GETTING * EDDY'S -  ������hboards,   Wood  Pml^ and  Fibre. Fails  and Tubs.  Tubs,  Where the  Promise was  Made  The other day a well-known counsel  e���������SL2_������,.i__ the plaintiff in a breach of  promise case, inquired of her: ���������  Was defendant's air when he promised, to marry you perfectly serious or  one of levity and jocularity?  The complainant replied: If you  please, sir, it was all rii_led with him  running his hands through it.;  . You misapprehend rty meaning, said  the counsel. Was the promise made  in utter sincerity? x  No, sir, it was made in the wash-  houae, replied the plaintiff, amid roars  cf laughter.  r  It your Ulothier does not seii  SANFORD'S SOVEREIGN BRAND  CLOTHES  see the otliejr fellow  Write for lhe "Concrete Book"  i aaaa  ;*n>Sjjw-v.v-.  : ;'-..   '.'ti-.y -*'\ I  ���������/"���������'������������������ i>ii.n-D*s' ?-,-  <-���������'���������*' *",* "-���������" *"T -r--���������-���������--,' -rp������*irw,-. A,..,,)....",!!., rf.y",  ~^*~*"^^������ym\mimmM... %tititi%mmm\mmuJai...   S..A  ,tir:mlkSti ~s  WR  60c. a box or six boxen for $2.60,  -a   .m  ^4>4>|4>m>    ai- Th*  OnHHn  M������HI.  I cine Company,  Limited,    Toronto,  i  Ccinadn.  W. N. U. Him  Nervous troubles* are more >ften  caused by improper food and lndlgost-  lon. than most people Iningino. Rven  dontom sometimes overlook this fact.  A man aayB:  "Until two years ago waffloa and  butler with meat and gravy were the  main features of my breakfast. Finally dyspepsia camo on and I found my-  aoir In a bad condition, worBo in tho  mornln.? than any other time. 1  would have a full, sick fooling in my  utopiach, wlt'i pains ih my hoart,  sides and head.  "At tlmofl I would havo no appotlto  for daya, then I would fool ravenous,  iiovor Biitliillod when I did cat and bo  norvous I felt llko shrieking nt tho top  of my voice. 1 lost floah badly and  hardly know which way to turn until  one day 1 bought a box ot Grape-Nuts  food Lo uoo If 1 could out that, 1  tried It without tolling tho doctor, and  liked it lino; mado mo fool as if I  had m.mnthlnff to ont that Was satisfying and Ptlll I didn't havo that  heaviness thnt. I had felt aftor eating  nny other food.  "I hadn't drunic any coffer* then In  five weekfl. 1 kept on with tho  Grape-Nuts and ln a month nnd a half  1 hitd ''alned K> poundt*, could eat al-  IlllJ'it.       Ull_y lilllll-,       1 AV.AI4I114,       .A.ilr.'t       T~l\  badly nftor eating and my norvous.  noss was all gone. I������'������ a pleasure to  bo- well again."  Name given by Canadian Poiiluin  Co., Windsor. Out.    Ilond  the  hook,  "T!.,    TV.".!    '"      1I������'.U������!IIa"      l������       i\\r~n  "There's a renson."  Ever read the above letter r a new  one appears from time to time. They  are genuine, true, and full of human  inlci ciit.  Asthma Overcome. The triumph  nvor asthma has assuredly como. Dr.  J. D. Kollogg'B Asthma Remedy has  provqd tho moat positive blosslng the  victim of asthmatic attacks has ever  known. Lottors received from thou*  Bands who have tried it form a lostl-  monittl whiph loaves no rpom for  doubt that here Is a real romody. Got  it to-day trom your doalor,  Authoress (of the budding,yarlety)  T got lovol with that editor last night.  Ho always rojocti my MSS. But I  havo had my revenue.  Prieiid nnd Consoor���������How did you  do it?  Authoress���������I docllned his son, with  thanks.  1ilii*"f JT���������������ll-'n  Tht? P.*.*' IDi-fiUr'ai ftcalea ,  Whon a aon was born to tho head  ot a certain family in nn Ohio town,  tho proud father wont ont of tho house  to borrow a pair ot BcaleH.     Just as  ho dashed out of tho gateway, ho ran  into a ran dealer, who was caning at  the top of hla Hiiikh:  Any ragi*. any bottlos, any���������  ,l>ook  uoi*-!   exclaimed   the  oxcited  parent.     Come Into the hotiae. I want  .....      In     ������.������r.'4������W      nlvmnl >l * tA w     fnl*     fill*.  Tho man did as **>QnoHted. The  pink mil'* v/������������ Hi������d np In a towel and  hooked .in to tho itcsilon.  fllx pounds! cried the nurno.  Klx poiiiuiH i-pinicd the disappoint-  fid  fnthor.  Tho rag dealer tamllcd.      lioivt let  tlllil    woiiy    ���������you.   nt>    uii nil,   .......   aav.  Then Is tho denies I bu.vn by. I  nuniirt the kid v.'dghti ten pounds, may-  ho a llttlp over thnt.  TN Canada, where the winteri are lonp and cold, hotiteii must he iolid and subtttantial. No "Einferbread frilU,"*  ���������^ such at iiintuiguiitli California bun^aiowi, can be permitted. Cmiaditui liomcii should be built to defy wind and  cold, to keep warm inside when iff thirty below out-door*.  JT It becauie Concrete, of all maferiali. bent withitands wind, water and cold, that it is fant becoming- popular with  ***"��������� Canadian home-liuildera.    Concrete Viousch arc worm in winter, rcquirinc Us* coal for hpntinjj j tlu*y are cool in  hiiiiuicj. A Codricic 'iinwc jicifj jiccds ici^Ira -t \,tr^.\v..c, inttrad of'drraylne;, it nrtually prows ttronper with  time and exponurc to the element*. ' ;  ^ERV attraciive arcliitec^umJ effect! maybe obtained with Concrete, e������*>c<:i*lly for lmu������c������ in the country, where  ���������   the rot'eh concrete surface harmonize- with it* ���������.irroundinjri..  uaad {������ acoi������a of olhar vr������y* n'ound tha  . CINCE it never ro<|U'r������a '������palra, lh������ fira*  *-* ceatol ������eorier������f������i r������alal������nc������ ia \\* laat  roa* i ainii'h ia rtn-apnr. lot thi* ranttota,  than any othar kind ot home.  NOT ������nly la ConrrH*! tkm beat malarial  Ur hauaa.buildinv.  * It may klao b������  AJJrMa���������  rubUcny tvi������ii������|'*r          of Olhw Vfajra i   homa anal on Ilia farm. For ���������acli of  theaa purpoaaa it ia tha baal u������at������n������l  known.  sfF yon riavan't invratltatatl tha uaa mt  * Coactaia arountl dia liuiwa ������uil mn ilia  farm, wrlta now for om* fra* book. avhUli  tall* all about tha mining antlotacluit c>f  Concrata, and JaaciiUaa hupilraila ������( pykf-  ' ijaaa far if.   Juat aay ''3������ti_ wia yumt  r-am An a  H^a V.4. nx Mxm- 44 a.  b������oL:'' in a War ���������!������.<������ a |va������t emti} aval  iho book wOJ   bo aaol   you  It mm.  607  fi  A������4������A,   ���������������������.  abaolu.lfl*'  Wh*H buying Cement, he .turf ta  gtt "Canada Ctnunt." S������* that tvtsy  bag and battel bears thin label.   J Mem  ymu  ivmi ux .hi, mj **i,ym.,..t..  ���������EMHHT rnMPANY I.IMITFD 0U\S^^!!^  W������ hmve m fm fnjmrm*t}*tf  t>efttrtment that will amtmee mil  jrmur yt*$.tien$   relatimg to  Cemteni,  t        '  f  S^ xmxxxmm^/mmmf  .~?ll...x    ...I  .Kttm.tJxm  mu-wnMrnimtmmmxm^m^mimmm,.^n^.yr^l~vlinml  !_____!_  |liiiw������iiiiwi������iil|iii..'.l..: ..,,ua'g.M,'jjK_jfciMij,aw  ���������J__ THE   Cli������STON    EEVIEW,    CRF.STON.  The Cteston^fi^t^  .Published every  Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Ow������tp������ Print-  ttg and PubiiBhing Company, Xtd.  W. B. MaOLtJRE  Editor and .Manager  ������pfc_ p^��������������� Ir the acknowledged advertising medium of the Owton valley, oir  ^������S^H_VSiyo_eThcS^nd homes iSreughout the Oreston district and  ^-hfcil iyiTfbroad manner into other commnnities. Our ^^^Rrates  S������ based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board^of Trade.  l_fnd nwchase and land lease notices. $7 for statutory time. Display adver.  Omenta SI per inoh per month; otner advertising io cents -Wi-mi** ^* "er������  __dT_eSeTperfiaeia^uceeeding weeks. Snbscripfcion rates $3.00 a yeas in  Xancr Ow coinmns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local in-  teres?Sdth?wdfareof the community.   Ontributions must be brief and  Almost every fruit district in tne province has had  its fall fair; but as yet we have heard nothing qf Creston* s  Apple Show. If anything is going to be done it is time we  are about it to avoid losses by freezing when the weather  becomes colder. The pressure of preparing an exhibit for  the Dry Farming Exposition at Lethbridge is practically  over, and the big rush of the shipping season is past, so the  present time seems most opportune for promoting the show.  The Board of Trade has taken the initiative in the matter of the Dry Farming exhibit but it does sot seem its  place to start the fruit fair although the business men of  Creston will undoubtedly give the apple show their hearty  support- A joint meeting of the farmers and fruit grower's  organizations would seem the best way to get the show  under way. This should be called as early as possible, say j  next Friday at the regular meeting of the Farmers Institute,  Creston should most certainly have a fall fair. Where  ever Creston Fruit Growers have exhibited they have captured first prizes, but many who have just as good apples  cannot well take them to outside fairs. Much of value can  be learned at a local fair and the majority of ranchers would  be stimulated to give their fruit mor _ careful attention.  The Creston Apple Show should become an annual  event and it would be well to have it come as nearly as  possible on the same date each year so that Creston's ns,me  and the date would appear in the government pamphlet  announcing the fall fairs.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Frnit    Belt  <������_i  Out   Guests  Cult   c/igsitt  ������ when. you get off the train  if\ you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters ior Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  J.'B, Moran  Prop.  tt-r-pr^***  itmf  "61  jh   With every Nyals  Family  Kemedy J|  __* _���������    ���������*     vou  may  JA.now  what   ^  vou  purciiase,  drugs are used in its Composition; by  referring to the "Nyals Family Chest"  Nyals Kidney pills Cure  Backache.  ������"*���������  -.  reston orug&isooK.  ti '   ��������� .":���������'.     \   ���������"������������������''���������:��������� -���������'?''  Phone 51  mmmm!mMMm*m*mmmmmmammamt*.llMl!immmm&m  tommm**mm*met****immmTasBssmsssssmSSmSssmissstssssmm  for  ir_.  ���������T������,=___  semi������Keaciy    I aiiorea  C!othes������-Qents Furnishings  1  1  ^ Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  I (Best equipped Livery In Town)  jf   AU class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  _���������   Feed for Bale.  X  m  i_  m  SpeoiaUty.  Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.  Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both _ 7 ���������wire and mail, and meet all trains  ai; any hoar of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekera, will  receive prompt attention  1 H. S. McCreath, Prop j  Phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  jjg   M.  UUUU   t/V ��������� B^AA, XXXXX     XX 4 A4_������AW ������������������ mmm^   ..-������    .     ' lit  Some of our long winter evenings would be greatly  enlivened if all the singers in Creston would cooperate in  making the new choral class a success. A literary and  debating societv. a band, and a dramatic club would also  h__r������ tn make us forcet that we are not blessed with city  advantages [of entertainment and instruction.  [at the home of Mrs. Robert Kifer on  j Friday last when about fifteen gathered  there to attend the ramo of the silk quilt  whioh Mrs. A. Anderson was raffling.  The raffle occured at 3 p. ro. when  the holder of ticket no. 23 was informed  that she was the possessor of the quilt,  To Discuss Distribution  At Apple Show  (Continued from Page 1)  speaking of the plan, W. T. Day, president of the Day & Hanson Security  company and chairman of the apple  show board of trustees, said;  "The Northwest as an apple-producing district has gained the favorable  attention and recognition of the world  It Ir now incumbent for us to go still  farther.  "What we propose is a conference  during the apple show to be participated in by the growers city and  country bankers, transportation men  and business men to try to throw  aome light on the question of uUarl-  bution, Competent authorities declare there is no danger of over-pro,.    .. .   _L,  I in the perfection of spraying appara-  duction of apples.    But we must get a I ,  ,   ,  I tus, and, in fact, all kinds of orchard  machinery will be there for display  lieutenant governor of British Columbia,  H. C. Sampson, a man widely known  throughout the Northwest, has been  elected vice president and general  manager of the show and has started  active preparations for the event. Mr.  Sampson has attained marked success  as a business man and .is thoroughly  conversant with the Northwest apple  industry-  Educationally, the apple show this  year will be made exceedingly effective and beneficial. Over and above  the advantages the growers will receive from personal contact with other growers who arc successful, no  pains w>������l be spared to bring expert  and practical knowledge to their notice.   All that has been accomplished  J&1SS JCJiieu JOUBB   uoiug'-iiue   auCrfy    CSS.  After the raffle a Very delightful tan-  cheon was served by the hostess and  the guest? departed for home, all having  enjoyed a good time.  Mrs. E. A. Lamberton leaves on Tuesday for an extended trip to WaBhburn,  Wis.  jRPBlii^jllwti  ��������� to those who fill out and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  faoinating lesson in short hand.  THE BLAIR  BUSINESS COU.ECE  Spokane, Wash.  I am interested in Business Education  Please send me full information about  your College, and especially about the  subjects oheoked below:  .... Bookkeeping .... Shorthand a ���������  ... .Typewriting ... .Penmanshipj^gJ  ....QuickFiguring ....Letter Writing  I oan begin a ooarso about   Name   Address   system of distribution perfected, and  if the apple show can be of service in  this regard it will be performing a  great work.  ������������������The orchardlsts and buyers themselves have uo fear of over-production  and men who are informed as to conditions hold the aaui*������ opinion. The  conference planned should be of great  value to the apple industry ot tho  Northwest. It will bring together  men representing all phones of the  Work, and the p������oul������-um of UiutribuLiun  and financing should bo clarified to a  grtat extent as a rosnlt."  Tho trustee*, have determined to  place the apple show on a permanent  footing, and have named a board of  governors containing representatives  of every apple diitrlct In tho north-  West as well as Governor-* Marion  B.  and demonstration.  Going still farther into tho field of  education, it is the plan of the trustees  to show how much greater returns  can be had by the utilization of orchard by-products. They would like!  to have an evaporator on display, a  jelly plant, a eidor plant and any oth-  thlngs which make use of the by-products. And tho amusement features  also will not bo lost sight of in tho  general plan of making tlio apple show  more useful.  CANYON CITY NEWS  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONEY       SEEDS  I  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  If, Madam, we could take you right into our  Model Bakery at the Mill, where all our aests are  made, you would see exactly what we mean when  we say, " Robin Kood Flour is Different."  Yon would see how favorably it compares with  other flours in respect to color.  Its superior quality would be plainly visible  Jo you. ���������   '.  You would quicker realize why you are to add  more water than usual when using it.  The bigger loaf made by it would lie before you.  Seeing it* you would note its closer texture���������no waste.  Tasting it, you would admire its finer flavor.  In short, you would surely decide that you ought  to start using Robin Hood Flour right away.  But, Madam, if you cannot come to our Bakery,  we can help you to have better Baking Results of  your own.  Use Robin Hood Flour yourself, and prove that  what we claim for it is true.  "We supply the flour-quality. We  give the guarantee, it is up to you  to get the benefit.  Have   you   asked  your  grocer  about our Money-back-_uarantee yet?  ROBIN HOOD HILLS,   Limited  Calgary floosejaw  1/  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Jones and family loft  *l today for Lethbridgo, Alta., whore thoy  Oregon, James If.   Ilawley of   Idaho,  Jfcdwia JL;Norri_a of Montana* and i.ha,  ti..., r.4 WAaliinninn   OmwaIiI   VVVmI  - ���������-J      ~-         ���������        "-A ������  mmx^mmm  .-.A. Xn  raaMi. tn   *>HA VflflltMI.  A very plomtant oftoruoon was epant  IL  P. BURNS & Co.  Limit**-**!  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU-  v su iv,  -.--* . x m n 4 - x ix I   im   i~ l "(VT  JtVJL*iVi.\-*i.**l    *���������   V-rJ-l.  S7I|HY should you get yoiu job printing done away from your home town  ^^ when it can be done here in Just as neat a style as anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices. We will have your  work ready when promised.    ' CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  *mmmmmmummm*  u.A*W*UtmJUi������i'&m������.t. : ���������^LiJAW^U * W. ! X  \.T"r."~  3;  i__=5  Semi-ready Suits  st SIS tad 3������S  Jj������OK (ot t*������ ankar-asd _������_-*������������_  Atie tow GlotMef ui teas fe jAjrt*  book ua a������������!������ dS"-EI&fi*a ������i**a"  faricateso. 8ea������4r*c*tC-8*9'J-M4*4V  WaltsJ, MoetsesU fis basts ������&*������������  "til* I" if rat caaaet got It Is ������������������������������������  A.^*. *-_-V��������� mmi ..    .,   .     '    .  aWt"S*SSS InriHIIII IIII11 (^J  G. Fred Johnston, fernie, ti. C.  PROFESSIONALS  . CKA8. MOORE, C,E.  -B O. Ijahs Subvsyos ass Aaoarhto-*  =5S__  T^fr    ���������ri__S**^!r**^>"**    v������M_!t7f ������?���������__ ���������    n-001'iv.ia  f>   f1.  Plans aud Specifications  V-.IXJC4C3X\J'1**1  ���������ss o  ���������maft!/ tnfeni  i-flHm l^oi  _**  W  palled "TkeDaek Creek Social Club"   Ba'terfleld kindly put his bnusa at the  Terap**i-a*ry rtffieers were elected ������t tol*  IfLtt*^  *  A. W?  _*_50!>r *>!r������-i'i*iut;  M.  Mr. and Mrs. J. AraowBinith of C*ea- \ wigen, treasurer, ������. Botterfieid, aec*-.  ton were down driving ob Snnday,-       |TOta*f.   A committee ot fow wet- ap.  Joe Wigen aud Frank May were onsiP0*****^*0"***^" "P **&** *w the clnb  u__tiag las'- Friday and -?0-$gh$ _&������*. j during which time a recess was. oailed.  with them ^ deer. jlhirin^ -feces**, an taiprempSs coses?!  Mosrad Wlgan shipped a oar taftd of  potatoes this week.  DENTISTRY    ^  H. B. HALL D. D* S*  .  Office, over Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street..  CRANBROOK,  Ta       *"���������.  De    V������  GUY   LOWBNBERG  CONSULTING   EUOXMEBB  CRESTON ^T-  .IJsV^a  At s meeting held at A. W. Masons  on Saturday evening last it was,proposed that a olnb fed formed for the nnr*  pose of putting vim Into sooi-a life at  3>ackC?esh. After ss sshaated dig--  cession it was decided that lhe olub be  WWWm (KftOWfl  was given by, A. W. Mason, solo. Annie Laurie, Misses Amy and Emma  Johnson, daet, The Last Boss e? "Sass*  mer, which was very sweetly randefr-sd  after which   Miss Phoebe Butterfleld  brought down the house with -Tho Old A meQtiag of the above class will be  Folks at Home" The chairman again j t,������ld at g o'olock on Wcaacsday,  called ths aasstisg tc order s_d the at Mrs, Crompton - house on Vic-  sales were adopted as drawn np.    Mr.  toria Avenue.  irii'.po'ai ut ?���������eeSoh ftir iu-x? marnrday  'evt>uu*g -hon i t};������������v nr������r flfi������i n ������nir������M'  place to meet, Au������f ������i������ tut-Hug nui  over a eonple hours of dancisg was indulged In turn _<>vb:c being snppJM by  the Daok Orssk orchestra, after whioh  the happy -pasty dispersed.  ' '" * * t     m  : *y'l  <_fe$$*^-  ass  M^. & MRS, CRX3MPTON  Teachers of  Piano* Violro, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  Tax Sale of Mineral Claims  ���������   ��������� .     * '.--���������-'.��������� -������������������;'.;-.���������'' ��������� - ��������� 1  Y - ���������'.... ^i -���������,-;  I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 4th day or November. A. I>. 1912. at the hour ot 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House. (Nelson. B. C. I shall offer for sale by public auctiontheMineral Claims in the list hereinafter  .set out. of which Crown <3ranta have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid aa^a delinauent by persons on the 3Qtli day  of Juncw A. D. 3912. and for costs and expenses of said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  OKELL, YOUS.G Ik oie  Seal Sstate s_d I_an?ftM^a?  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -        -     B,C���������  J AS. Hv SQHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insursnee  .   BBAli ESTATE, Bto.  TRAIL -       "- -  Xm.^J.  Starke, & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions.   Produc,,   Ffult   ti  General -Ccmsii^iOB oSerebnuts  NELSON  OWNER.  CXjAIM,  Z.ot  Number.  Tax.  Costs and  Expenses.  Total.  S. S. Fowler  S. S. Fowler  B. C. Standard Mining Co., 1AO.  Wm. Ceffey  Wm, Coffey  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� tii'iaKfiiititaafiiiiK^tiani, ���������> AIaTOQi        ������  ��������� *������**k**������������K*������������a>������*������������������������������������������������-al������> ������-4i'4l.������ * o^&l92������&nO-*X&       mM*m%mmmmmm*mt    ������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������#���������������_*������������������  1 * ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������jra.UrOivft    ���������������������������>������������������������������������*���������������������������)���������>'��������� ��������� ���������. ��������������� ��������� ���������> ��������� * ���������������������������������������������������������������&������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������##***������a*������*������;������.*._AtliQ (Ceax and Wild Horse) *������������������������..-.*������*-.  .-..*......,v.Atlin Fraction No. 2  >������������������*������������������������������������������*������������������������  ������.���������.* ���������������)��������� ������������������ ���������  ������������������������*������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������  ���������������-*���������������*���������������������������>���������������������������.��������� ������������������;* * ������������������������  Da     %*m   I  _i__  r  I  1-1. TR.-ffiMttu  ���������aa  CRANBROOK - B.6.  Tho  Cunor-i   llirQnfnr  2162  2������5  6064  4800  S33S  slnmCW      ex\*       jMOWQH       ������������������������������������������ti������a������������tii(aaa' ������at ���������*������..��������� at ���������J-llllllOll t<Mi������������<IM'iMIIUI������������''������ltltl������a'-MaMlt-������'*MM** 35X91  Falls View G. M. Company. I*td........;.Bodie Fraction    4162  Falls View. Q. M. Company, Z<td..........Bodie ...........,..*,.     4164  New North Fork. Gold Mining Co,......?.Ben Hassen  ..........................������,.>;....>.......   3633  txm Ia a. in.ener, et S4*....................A..Slyo   .................... a.,.................-...'..........   ������&&*  ������v������  jri. j&euy. ...............................4..cieop**i*L*ra .. ..........������.*..............���������������............... .   ^&.  i?ames A. Nowell ............................Crouch xx&ll ...........................................   21?9  dlSs. Jr.  jcxIaI  a������................................CX&r  ������T****4CuOa. .........................................     9&fm  %f������tii3t* st. jcaaaa ..........................������������......^.A^sar   ...............*.........................*......*.*. w������������-���������  XAiisetta Field, et aL ���������..������������������.������������������......���������...���������..������������������.���������Corinthian:  ..................................^i.......... 3090  S. Dumont, R. I<esault and Ia. Niven....Central   ...................................-'.."���������-.i*'..- *80l  E. Dumont, R. J-esauit and ju. NIvve....Centra! Practioa  ,,................................... 4S02  5aont!e Julian Morgan .........Collins (&& miles from Salc-io).....*............. 10004  B. C Standard Mining Co., Ltd...........Double standard  2215  BeojiMsun Fallows  ........���������������������������.������������������������������������.......... ."Davenport,   ...................................e.���������,....... wis.  Mm xi. ������>.eiiy ............................^^'..���������������������������isz&cnedi&er   ............................................. mmx .  Fairmont -Gold Mining1 <7onipany������ Ltd,...Evening Star  ��������� .....���������������������������..>...������������������������������������ 3773  ������������    Ng    TQOlQpSOIkf     ���������X    &I*      ���������������������������_��������������� *������>������i>������ ������������������������ ������-��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������jat������lU'6|rSiiId       ���������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������   ���������������������������.#������������������/���������*������������������,���������������������������������������������.^������������������.���������^������������������������������������������������������-���������^������������������������������������������������������a.        4__V������  Cm    X������    43111    m*mtx*mme ��������� emmmmam mmim r m *mm*m m 9*m9r*m*wXmmXmm\4Lm\*tLx(i     *n*flCltOI\     ������.��������������������������������������������� t^t) ��������� ��������� ���������*���������*���������*������������������������ ��������������� ������������������������������������������*��������� ������������������>���������������������������>���������*������������������ ���������    -   OOwV  C������      *���������     J������_al*U      .i.,rtA.A;:.;-'-'-h'''-<-'a'>a*.aai.iA..4������*.;.'!9eufflP'SrOr 0 ��������������������� r ��������������������������� k ��������� 4 ������������*���������������**���������������* k *������������������������ S ��������������� a> ���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������ ay* ��������������������������� * OlVf  ��������� #������������������������������������{���������>������������������*���������*���������������#'���������'>  -RmArald'  a������������lt'|i*i,������4ltfMt*t''*'(l*������**������  ������. ji * ��������� j������ ��������� ��������� ������,   ���������������������������  ��������� ���������������������������������*���������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������������  0190  ���������-4.4I-.J  PmmmBm*mmmm*mmmmmm  ��������� mmmm%m*mmax,mi$ mm ��������� a '  ��������� '        *tim\-\  ��������� *��������� ������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,fc������#:������a;  Before Letting  Oe contra  For the building of your Now  House, Store, Office. Workshop  or-other building, write or call  on me. Estimates given on all  kinds of wprk.        -  ��������� ���������>-���������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������*->*������������������<>���������  mmmmmm%mmmmm%mmm%���������������%������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������**������������������������������**������������������������������������������*  ��������� **���������.���������.������������������.������������������������* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������  ������* ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������>���������������������������������*_���������  *������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������#��������������������������������������������������� mm  ������k������>a������������������**������������*������������������-������i������i*eai������*ti������������** *������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������  4M7  Mil  4S99  2164  5618  5544  5545  C.  i*.  JtllU  John A.^ OibBon. et aL  B. C, Rowland i& ISlocan- Syddjcate Falls-View    Ymir Gold Mines, X_mlted .; ........Golden Horn  B.. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate .Grey Copper  S. S. Fowler .....Gibraltar  C. tf. Ixiil ......................................(xOiuen \Jrown  \^������ x. ittm ......h^*������.............................vtOwien  *i.ap  C. P. -HDi Golden Eagle  George C. Schmidt, L. E. and J. E. Mao- *". ?'���������'..'  .   Farlane and A.1 iSostad ..................Henry  Clay  ...................................... i..'.. 4200  B. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate HomeBtake   ....<  4SSS  British Uon G. M. & JDsv. Company Highland Chief - ;...?.. 6620  B. C. Standard Mining Company..........Hunter V.  ...........,.?.........  2212  S.-'B. Fowler ...... ...........................,4\xia&c9i-wja4-i   ......������������������������������������������������������..................................   ������io9  ���������-...> ...  902  4165  21161  21S9  A. E. Rund  ���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������*������������������������* ������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������,������,������������������}������������������������'  J. M. JB.  .'l|i|iliiiiilMal-������'>'iif>l������>t'M*U������li������|li'l'il  Falls Viow G.. & S. Company, Ltd.......Jupiter   'Juno Gold Mining Company ..Juno ......j.....  Juno Gold Mining Company. JLtd. .'.King of the Forest '������������������.   T>**r.'.'"  Repairs & Aitaraiiuns  A ii������e6iALTV  (Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed oh All Work  JOHN   BOYD.  Creston  Juno Gold Mining Company, JLtd .Kirnwall      _mlr Gold Mines, Limited. .'. ..Lawrence Fraction  T. D.  Garrison.  J.  A.  Graham and  P.    *  Asplnwaii ..................................Lake . View  ...........  ..............,  _J(J2  2H03  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������  IIIIIMMI������l|llll|l|l*MI'Jt'l  G. W. Coppea, et ai .............Morning  *.#������������������������������������*������������������������#���������������-*>���������   i  Saddle end  KSiFSaQSmZ   R&psiSiTlffssi  A SPKOIALTY  Dealer iii   high   class  boots anci$Bboes.  mm  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tob&cco, Cigars, Pouches,  .Pipes, etc*, at the  Creston    Wine  Svint Co.  &  2215  104  ifralr Mines, Limited .���������...._. ..Mugwump ��������������������������� ...'..... 1714  JNow North Forlc Mining Co.. Ltd.. .Maud .8.  WSZ  C. P. Hill .Morning Glory  5836  H. O. Standard Mining Company Mei'cia Fraction  2224  Ijonjaroin Fallows  ...........................JVioiiMe  ....,.....���������������.���������......������������������������.���������...���������������������������������������.���������������������������............. 010S  ymir Mold Mines, Ltd. '. -.ftora. iTriwitlonai <  2301  G*jO. C ������������wAAEl.i**v ..............................Nellie   N.   .......................................i,....#, ���������Si>7  A. D. Westby  .....Ore Hill  2075  ymir Mines, Limited Pountrey Fraction  3302  M. Euan, ct al Princens iOu   ...'  3270  Golden Strand M. <fc D. Company....;....Pug  1363  B. C, Rossiand & Blocan fiyndioate Paris  ......;. ,  4US5  P, N. Thompuon, et al. Porcupine  JSX)s  J. H. Love and Alex. Maodonuld Promlao  6081  Queen Mines. Limited ...yusen  J070  Ymir Mines. Llmltod  Rockland *  1709  Ymir Mines. Limited .-tobortson Fraction   1712  Relief Mining Company Relief Fraction  2t������o  O. P. Hill Rattler     SS3I  C. P..'HIU. ������������������������������������������������������ Rambler  6m  L. Field '"��������� ��������� ��������������� ������������������** ** ' ^.. 2089  J^JLoye and Alex. Maodonald  iiaiwUuw    '., WW  M. B, Davys ��������� Royal Seal  S204  KoUet* Mine*. Limited .'-. v*Btar 8ht"9 *���������- * '  ^  Falls View Q. M. Company ...������������������������������.,.......Standard  4183  nose McOlynn and W. R. CaldWell Stirling  .....,.���������.    ...ti.... ..'....., ������92������  U. C, .Rossland-fljooan fliyndloat*, Ltd...Skylark ������,..,. 4094  n. C. Standard Mining Co Silver Bullion  "Ma.  IB   C. Rtaudard Mining Co Tugulla  Slio  William  H.  flherrod    U- W  SCas  V. N. Thompaon  VUitor     SMG  B. C, RoosUnd & B|oc������n Syndicate Viotoria  499a  ������. C. Standard Mining Company .........Vulgar Fraction  ftao  James A. Nowell ..,���������} Woodslde v ,  Sim  1708  0061  Sa PoolC, Prop,  Ymir aold Mines, Limited  Ymir     Qucon Mines.* Limited  Yellowstone   .  iM.i.u hi HmMMUx 2. C. ibte *tb ������������������sjpt^sn**?*, ibx.  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IS  11.00  2,16  15.00  VLSm  14.76  nwnuamAm  ifmm  ��������� ~. m,  BTiarinaN xl uczvAvm,  Deputy Assessor and Collector,  jNslson Ass������w������ment XHinriot,  W. H. J-OMN80W   FrGprtztcr  I   i������  mmm.  THE   HOME  ������F   THB  TRANBISN'T  comm&diou&  BAtf/st^LE  >  This Hotel is one of th&  best known and popular  Hotels in  the*   Kooteaays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar sup*  plied with only the best brand  of goods.  ������������������wreston,  ��������� ���������*>���������__* \*mamm-mammaimam&ma*m-  F^i^fion &B   L mm mm ������  Have yon - as a motor owner ������ e-vdf ucnstdcred what s larg* ^fssiafesffa  of power is wasted in overcoming the friction of the working parts of ih������  motor? '������������������'-.''.  Prof .J. Goodman estimates that from 20 to 40 percent ������f fne! is wasted  in overcoming friction.   Y  ���������B&PPily this waste can be greatly reduced by adne observance of th������  laws of friction and lnbrioatiotr.  lefloccu  is in itself a true lubrioant, it does not evaporate emulsify, oxidise or  burn.up as is the experience with oU.     ;   *       ?       ���������  "OILDAG*'  is Deuocculated Achssca-Graphit������ - DAG - carried in oil.  Achesoh-Graphite is guaranteed over 99j^ ptsyoent pure.  If !atsrestsdJ send for de^sriptive booklet 458-N.  H.   NEWELL   BIRCH,   Automobile   Engineer  Oreston,   B.   O.  oole Agent for the Kootenay district for "OILDAG" ar.d "5_tEDAGs  LAYRlTZti NURSERY ���������  VICTORIA. B. O.  The Largest Miursery in the Pravlnoe .  !5'."1 ������������������������������������������������������������ ���������!���������,.  ���������   ���������    .  . . ���������   j,i ,  ��������� j ��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������      ������������������ ��������� sag  HTnit kv_4c*h Mjiwiita __i_.<^     ^^���������������������������r^'S-trs-**1***"** t-m-sjs  ^izcZ_V^;    T 2S?*?*'-       ^**������SiSi-jB������   CSv������  uur stock is exceptionally ������5ea.a.    Gsows withent irrigation ������__  B;  guaranteed true to name. a  We make a spepiaity of Dwarf Apples and Peua. 'These b*ar Iks  next year after planting and are especially recommended for city gardens  and fillers for the copmeroial orchard.  B'iS-Hi^Ef ������1   *?>*4'*aiJ������*������*  ,  Wm Km BROWN, O&g&TOISI. B, O.  LOOAL   AQEtVT  IIIH1I��������� Will ���������IIWIIWIIIIIIWIIIIIIII  '  ���������I'lliaf  USES TACKLE TO AS-  G������~D HEAVY 5RADE  (Continued Seoim w&*������ **  John Williams, who ^uldeu the party  across tho flat meadow lands down the  Kootenay to the Landing.  Tlio trip is being mode In the inter-  eat of tho Canadian Highway Association which is organized ,for the purpose of arrousing sentiment for good  roads throughout tho Dominion. Had  the tone been postponed until next  fall, much less difficulty would havo  been mot with in this vicinity as tho  highway will probably bo complete  throughout the length of the Grows  Nest 1*ohh.  Mr. Wilby has made a transcontinental auto trip through the states  ������oSn_ from iM-^w Vork _rt Ran Francisco and from thoro down into Moxl-  co and then back up into ���������fcho state of  Washington, Uo says that although  tilid iOiUltj uiu in u. bottoi' ooiiditton (u  that country, traveling is more pleasant in Canada as th***. hotnl accomoda-  I tions ao a. *tiilo, aro bettor hero than  Renewal of License  Liquor License ^.ct {section 42)  Notice is hereby given that, on the  first day of December next, applica-.  tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for ft renewal  of the Hotel License to sell Liquor by  Retail In  the hotel   known as the  Burton Hotel, situate at Oreston, in  hho Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 4th day of October^ 1013  "The Creston Trading Company"  WJUiawi H. Johns-*-*.  Messge*-*  ,.;  Transfer of License  Liquor License Act (section 48)  Notico is hereby given that, on the  First day of December next, application will be made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the license for the sale of Liquor  by retail In and upon tho promises  known as the Burton Hotel, situate at  Creston,    British    Columbia,    from  William    H.   Johnson   to  William  Arthur   Heroii^f Oroston,  British  Columbia.  Dated this 4th Day of Octobor, 1012;  (8ionhi>) "Win, H. Johnson  Holder of Licens-  (Sionkd)    Wm. A. Heron  Applicant for Tr*-n**fe*r  For ''Th- Creston Trading Oompan-jrV*  *m  The ladles of tha Presbvtsriao ohAlroh  will give  a xnanxsgiving atnotr tn  XVUUy, OotoUr 21.  V'*-el  % 1   Jrj x I  --*��������� vkt r  -)*' ',  5   -  tdlf,  I*!"*.      *  " -Jljfei  "Hi  '-J  '������-  -I   1-  ���������ti%  *     **,i  4 ?���������_  <49l  * j'S  ZM  .������������������l:������.   -  t&jmRmmimiiem  '"*"'���������"'" """*"*������������������"-"-y'iii'i mm nn mnittm j  IHWHMMaH*  iMatMMi rjgy  Vf^r���������\;--  ���������r*'  fHE    CRESTON    g&VlEW.    CRESTON.-B-(>.  ii*  A WQ-JDSRFUL D3-C")������ERY  < ���������*��������� -An eminent "sciennst', int.* other clay,  ���������i'ga've his opin.on  that   i'-p  mo**t  won  On the Upper Orinoco  Aie -you aware that neatly  a thousand nul-s of mivigabse inland watei-  ivays of the tTpp'er Orinoco -River in  South Ar.ie.ica a^o entirely undisturb  "i^xrl" discovery ot -ecent yeaia was. cd 0> commoice," exoeut such as may  ft "the iliscovx'iy 01 Zam Bak. Jubt think j _e carried in1 an occasional canoe or  V As soon as a single thin las i*r ot Zain-MdUC.ia^ The janch������i ]������ simply a  - Snk is applied to ������"* v odnd or sore. I liglu sco,v 0. flat-bottomed boat, flt-  ~s_c_ injur*,   js insuied a? uns'   blood i  pfeisonJ      Not ono species of microbe  has been found that Zam-Buk does not  -% kill J - V  ~ ,  Then again        A*" soon a*" Zam-Buk  ���������s applied  *o a  sore, oi   a  cut,  or  to  .**��������� skin  disease,  it  fetop3  th������  smarting  ; ' "That is why cnildren ai e such friends  if Zam-Buk. They care nothing ior  '   --he science  of the  thins        A>1  they  know is tha* Zam-Buk stops their  ' pain. .Mothers should never foiget  y this. \  Again.      As soon as Zam-Buk is ap-  Iti plied to a,-wound or to a diseased part,  filHY the Cells  beneath  the  skin's   surface  Y''are sd stimulated that    new    healthy  ?���������/.-3,ssufc vl's tin?ckly "formed. :    Thisiorm-  Yi/ing at fresh  healthy tissue  from  be-  ?Y.idtv   is   Zai_--S_k?s   secret.pf   healing.  :'?*The tissue ihU3 formed is worked up  '^"io the surface and literally casts off  YUhe diseased, tissue above it.      This is  ??!why Zam-Buk cures are- permaaent.  '���������.���������". '' .Only 'the other' day Mr:   Mar^Yo?  ?" YlOl Delorimier Ave..-Montreal, called  ;v'-pon the Zam-Buk Company and "told  Y-'them  that  for over twenty-five  years  ti he had b:jen a martyr to eczema."His ,  '.? rhands   were  at, one .time  so,^ cov������re:l j  '    -with   sore?  that  he  had   to  sleep  .gloves.        Four   years   ago   Zam-Buk j  '   was introduced to him, and in. a f?\v j  ? --mor.ths it cured him.  ���������   To-day���������ov-erj  .. "three years after his cure of a,disease j  .'"���������he   had   for   twenty-live   years���������be   is]  r* still cured,  ami  has  had  no  trace  of!  Y any return of the eczema!  ,,_."-     All druggists  sell Zam-Euk at  50c. I  '.-.-,- bo:-:, or we will send free trial box if!  tiyou send this advertisement and a lo.  Y stamp  (to ray return postage).    Ad-.  '���������-.. dre=3 Zani-Bvir*- Co.. oror.to.  j        t  /������������������K'l _I������".-J-1 *. m-* *>���������������-*    * 1 j-������        *v*i O f   f 4T������*n������^i. ftfli  , r*V*  J      m\^KM.        IT tl.ll       CX.       2)H.L(m,i\.        41.1 CI nit,       li UlU        T*  il AViXl*   j  howevei, an enoimous    sail    can  spread.  When the summer fade winds blow  from the Atlantic good progress upstream is often made but tor the return trip t.ic matst and sails aio stowed away, and the foice ot tlicj cm lent  is depended upon, aided in the cay  season by the use ������f poles or oai*>  ll the westerly winds ha\e set m. ot  com so,  it can bad back as well, and  i  Jit    t'rnes   J    lit'lP    c.'ilt-    rriqy   lip   gopii  with sail set. tacking down stream in  the teeth of an easterly wind, but this  is sorry work.  More picturesque and speedier than  the laiicha is the 'bongo,'.or large dugout, one half of which is sheltered by  a wicker or palm-thatched canopy, and  a sightY&ever to be forgotten in th?  passiriiT-f a bishop or faithful 'padre'  witli his Indian boatman, making a  round of parochiabcalls. requiring, perhaps several months' almost constaut  travel.      The instant this craft is ro-  Not Disturbed  Two spiders"-* ho dweit fn diffeient  .partb of a chinch on'*- day chanced to .  m-jet and got into deep conversation, |  and   asked   one   anotnev   where vfckey  lived  I live under the pulpit, said No.-l,  and every week I always think 1 shall  be getting killed, th" par*-*n bangs  his hand down, and I have to get into  be | the smallest coiuei I can hud tor fear  ot getting squashed.  Oh, said No.   "2, you ought to come  urii?    I.ija    iim*V������    tv������ o T    not cr    trat    /1n.s.  tin bed   from   one   year's   end   to. another . -  Why, where do you live9 asked No.  1 live m the poor box.  T  How Did She  Know  Mi*.   Bhiikeis-7-Wliat' Gomg'  .>    11*1. ..O  I*  HJ  Servant���������Please mum, when I ctitn  yesterday you' gave me the keys to.  your trunks and drawers, and chest*  and jew������>l-boxes to keep for you.  ���������Mrs.   B.~Yej,  I  did  that  to  sho^���������  that*.I could trust you.      What is the  matter?  Servant���������Thur don't one of 'v>.u lit.  His Working Clothes  Tillenborough   was    once    strantvol*.Y       posed by a witness   a-labouring- brieJ'i-y  cognized the "steam ei* oi* laucha" slack-j Ui-l'fv',,wlu   cail'e to be  sworn,  ens.speed, aud when the -padre glides  alongside he solemnly blesses the voy-  i agers. th^n jjl-ianki'iillV accepting sue'"  cop.tvibu! ions as are offered him. and  exchanging a courteous farewell, re-  Mimes his solitary way.  ;?   .' REST AKD HEALTH TO WQTHER AHQ SH5L9.  ���������v.'''     Mrs. ".Vi.s-si.uw-s Soothing Svrcp bas been  'Y   Ti-M-c-l Urv over SIXTY YEARS bv MII.UIONS of  S--MOTKKKS    for    their    CHILOKEN    -WIliLK  tiyy TBK'l-HXNC.   with    FEKriCCT   ^IXCH-SS-.      it  -; :SOOTFIES t!v- CHILD.   SOFTENS the GVMS,  ���������ti'i  ALLAYS alt PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, aaci  ".1 ".-.is the best reTm-'ly tor DIARRKCKA.     It is ab-  -*��������� '���������solnti-iv harrJless'.    Be sure and ask for '"Mrs.  '���������'���������������������������  "Witislow's riocthicg Svrup," asd take ao otiser  ��������� -: iiad.   'fweniv-Sva cents a bottie.  it Will Cure a Cold.���������Colds are  commonest-ailments of mankind and  if neglected may lead to serious conditions. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  will relieve the bronchia) passages of  inflammation speedily and thoroughly and will strengthen them against  subsequent attack. And as it. eases  ihe inflammation it will stop the  cough because it allays all irritation  in the t-hroac.       Try it. and prove it.  Really, witness, said th-.? Lord Chie.  .Tus'Ye. whru you have to appear he-:  fore the court it is your luhiuaeV ������������������'���������.' ''[ ti  to he more cleaiv and 'decent-In y-oilr"  appearanee.  If it"comes to that, said the 'witaesa,.  i I'm every bit as well dressed as 'your  t.he I lordship :  What do yon mean?.said his-lordship, angrily  Why. said the labourer, yon come  her,> in your working clothes, and I'm  come iu mine.,  __!  NO BURNED BREAD  ���������������a������������3Ba������te>  NO SCORGHED. BISCUITS  No need to apologize to family or guest when  does it.      IVIOONEVS BISCUITS are  always right ��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  packed^���������and they are as fresh as the product of your  own-oven.'  >*__*������������������*  D-ET--B ETC /VT11 -T\ W  CtJSTi  i-'ormorly   the   duties   of   tlio   Lord  A*    11 111.' I  ivv  eeu  Chi'.nc^llor were those ol  ei\ who admitted suitors into the presence of the King.  his!  A Trap Which Failed  Mr.   J.   Johnson  Abraham    i  book.  ".'The--urgeon's  Log.'  describes j  a peeu'i'ir adventure ar Port Said.     ���������!  Sounds  e*- music   were-heard   from:  a  house,  ?-^d  as  if  at  a  signal.��������� sa/* ;  Mr,   Abr'-u-vaiAi.  ihe    decrepit  Miniird"*3  Llnsment Cures  Dandruff.  V?' '������?'"  DAY AND UP. ALSO COMJllS-  siou for local representatives;  ���������either sex, permanent; experience u_-  ���������laeeessarv;   rapid advancement;  snare  stood   si"!,   ray  g"iide   got  suggested I should go in. 1 tliougn  vapiuly   and   "hen   followed him.       1  was   queer,   and   1   wanted to   know-  He  leu  ca\^^������; -f^  nl-,. . ��������� ._  wav nps.-iirs  All  trainers, jockeys,    and    apprentices   must   take   out   racing   licenses  .ssued by the Jockey Club and when a  foreign   joe-key .rjdos   in   England   he  ctia'-iu     must obtain what ts known as a tern-  down,  and! Porary License.  1.  Protect the child  from the ravages,  >f   worms   bv   using   Mother   Graves' j  Exterminator.       It  is a  stand-j  are the great favorites for every day use.  They are made in the big sanitary factory in  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  in sealed tins as you prefer.  "LET BVIOp^EY  ������������������*���������.' i- ,  -  S8  r  ���������"���������*  i"iT-  Y^.:^ishers,  Toronto,  Canada.  '- -    , '4T lVs5,.4V������^l!  .������������������:- ti:% ���������i'ri'Sijr _p������j*  ,'���������''" 5      DYE'S-SO--  V ?,! EASItY.  "ti I Wiih ' 'Maypole  ":i Sor.p- there t5 no  *���������.-������������������ I trouble ard no muss  8" in librae dyeing.  *'; 1.1 Dy������ coiton, wool.  '-.-' ..| siik cr" mixtures. 24  ������������������������.,- I colots-wiil give er.y  .'...,. '.'"I shatJe.yJoiors 10c.  tititi..\ Bbc- 15c--at your  ^V? ,;i w-.'j booklet "riow  >���������;������������������''.. a. lo Dye'r ham  *^.Z*X        *X,r*m. art.   \m    mJ'xsXf.^r  ^  : roulette. None u*vok any notieo of;  :- me, but -apparently tho bank was ha*.*-!  j ing a very bad time of it. Kv.-ry-i  : body was-ivianUig. The niiisic from.  , ti.?.,- automatic piano was deu'V'tltig. 1 .f  I looked on ���������sUeatly for some time, and  Worm  :!VH     ���������?**���������  eu-uui  ;ed it's  reputation.  CU-'ta possesses a coal-field with-an ���������  "rra cf 21.Q0O square miles.    . j  ! tneti-iuade a ino\e for fa-a door.  1 oi-v-leoking' Gre?k  jtjterceptTd  a;v  said-. :  t.   1  ansi  I  ������^P^    !  1  ioS  Woir't. you _try your UieK?  No.   I'm'  ncir.   druuk   enous  wered,.'  i!'.*   slimstxed   hii*   shoulder*   at*d    1 ��������� *  Tiass-'ed  ot*t".       Oti t*he stairs- i  patt'ied  and   then  stole  silently  ba"k.       The:  music had* ceased and" all the conf-?d-|  eratos  w'no  had  been   piaylng  so  f-vv-i  &rishly and  winninit    so    mncli    had I  5IW0RK AND WORRY ' ��������� ���������  mwm  i; Hew Health and Streagtb. Obtained  by the Use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.  BEHEQ'iGT _ CO. F^sntrsr  x������*V**  ���������tiJrz  i ceased also, and were preparing  ! resume the siesta mv advent' haJ  ; fruitlessly  interrupted.  to  so ������������������  ,?'- ; Cheeky  ?ti";   A gentleman  had  been dining with  ?���������',''his   wife  in   a   restaurant,  and   when  .Y'Siis bill was orQUght to him, remarked  fv.'to tlift waiter:  .'-���������??  Walter, one item is wrong here. Wo.,  '... -idn't have .three plates of aoup.  We  '���������'y.-only had two.  :-,'-.  Pardon  m.e   sir,  replied   the  knight  ��������� '   "Wi  i.lli-; imykiu. jOU  forgot  1.11- ,pi3.te  "ti'-\Hhai I apUlfrd oyer, the ladyJs drep^.  '���������'<('. ti\ "Dm ing the past financial year Glas-  V.'/Ygovv's tramwnyB carried 270 million  ���������^f^V'*pas8eii|ii;or.B.and took nearly $5,000,000  .in receipts.  Tt is useless to tell a hard-working  ; woman to.take life easily and not to  i worry. Every woman at the head of  j a home; every girl jn offices, shops  I and factories, is subject to more or  m I less worry. These cannot be avoid-  1 cu. But it is the duty of-every wo-  every    girl    to    save    her  How 3  Cross  Was  Won  A   French   reporter   encountered  a little village of the South of France j fed.  a gardener,  who  w"ore pinned on his j man and  clean Sunday blouse, the ribbon of j strength as much "as~ possible'and"to  the'Legion of Honor. Naturally, the build up her system to meet any nn-  newspaper man desired to know how I usual demands. Her future health  ho got. it.. The gardener, who like! depends upon it. To guard" against'  many cf his .trade, seemed to be a|a breakdown in health the blood  silent man.; was averse to meeting an . must be kept rich, red and pure No,  bid   and   wearisome  demauu, ������������������but-. Hii- ithing  can     keep     the   blood- in   this  S  oim^  1-3*  interesting Experience of Two  Women���������Their Statements  Worth Reading*  -ally, he ibegan:  Oh, I don't know how t'got.it! I  was at Bazeilles with the rest or the  battery. All the officers were killed,  then down went all the non-commissioned officer*-/. * Bang! bang! "bang!  By and^by all the soldiers were down  but me". 1 had fired .the last shot,  nnd naturally was doing what I could  to keep off the Bavarians.  Well, a general came and says he,  'Where's  your officers?'  All down, says 1.  .   Whcre's/your gunners? says he.  All down but me. says I.  And you've been fighting here all  alone? says he.  I couldn't let 'em como and get the  guns, could I? I says, and then he up  and put this ribbon on me..j)rohably  because there was nobody else, there  to put. It on.  "Whit*' Oak, Ont. -'������At Chans;*? of Llfo  ���������when doctor*! could do no more and I wua  wffiwihivMvtiivf*n up by my  WtffiMHBf/j friends,    Lydia   E.  i^.f'^gg^Pinkham's   Vep-eU-  ^������_S0 b^a Compound came  4-*mmtVi.    ,      ..        . ,   ,. > 1  to tne 1 rout, unu uid  woruleifl' for me.    I  MJfflM malo troubles for  *$!!![ y^n", my'lvMid trou-  ���������,"a**?"** l>l*>d me severely at  '->'_���������"���������' '4.'���������"���������;���������>'y'^J./**- rimef������, I hurl beurinf*;  B^^ifc^v'i'i^-V downp-iinsnnd back-  W^fl^F-Mtfl ach������ i*nd I wuh very  wi-iac-imc from rtxecsiiive f.owifif*. I r<c-  >ommend yout Compound highly and do  ������J11 cn.11 to advertise it an u gimuine wo-  annn'n *m������di';in.*." - M������������. TiYLVESTlin  1MA>rw*������/;'>"Vv''hit.������ Oftk, Ontario.  TTU-a ���������;���������.-.<���������, of MrN. Kirlln.  ,     Cird*vll|������, Ohio.���������" I can truthfully  .. -way Uiat I never Juid nnythinK do me ho  ' -Much Rood during Chan***'' of Lif������ ������������ ^y*  r������ja E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  ���������"llh'fore I had tak<*n on.������ half b botth-  of "tt I heenn to f>H hett.������*r, and I hav*-  .'.' -onttraut'd taking M.   My health in b*'tt������T    , h j;  vbim.������������ Iiuh b.'.n for ncvcrul ycnrn.    Jf  ;i t%ll wornm would tj������k������* it they wouui *������������������*- |  ''''A.-t-v rtnt'dd pain and ���������mhuiry at this time 1  ������������������jftJe."��������� Mrs. Aurr. ICirlin. :ir.H W.  ;M^r3t,, Circlevilte, Ohio. '  ���������Cbf Ch������t,Df������> of Lif������ In on<* of the mo-it |  orlti������**l p<-nod������ <>t a woman ������* '-xmu i...-, ,  ���������M.������,ih:������i l.irririii wnmi u miftj. . i-.j, .������,...'������������������ . .j ���������������������������'���������������������������  (  -'������������������*: .ISnVKam'H Vo^tjihlr Compoinul.  The Judge's Explanation  The   average  juryman   is   not.   very  well versed in the fine distinctions of  th---' law.      On those ho needs Inst rue-  I lion  from  the Judge.       It must have  I been a very obtuse juryman, however.  to  whom  the case was not. perfectly  clear after listening to the following  fxplanatlon   by   a  Judge   ln   tho   Fur  West: ���������  flMitlomon, he stated, with admirable lucidity, murder la where n man  is murderously killed. The klllor In  such a ease Is a murderer. Now,  murder by poison Is juBt as much mur-  d^v rv." rrturd'T wltb n gun. pistol, or  knife. It la the simple net of murdering that constIt.utes murder in the  eye of tho law, Don't let the Idea  of murder and manslaughter confound  vou. Murder is one t.hlijg; man-  (���������laughter is rjuito 'mother. Ooiiho-  quently, If tliero has boon a murder,  and 11 Is not mans]nun;liter, then lt  must he murder.      Don't let. this point  oiwnrm   vou ,  Sill murder hns nothing lo <jo ������������������.Uh  ihls I'l'si', According lo Bliu'K:doii''������  nnd oiher legal wrltorii, ono mnn (���������tin-  ���������.���������.ft ccminil felo do ho upon iinothor;  and this Ih my opinion.  ''���������-ntlcmen, murder Is murder.    Tho  mui'dor  of  a   hrolhoi*   Is  called   fi'iilr-  j icido    th<> miirdiM' of a  ful.hiM* Ik eall-  I ���������������������������!  pjii-i'clth'. but  th.'iT don't, enter Into  '���������atif*.       An  I   liiiviV* Hiild   hot'ore,  iiiiii-i|i������   (h j'ttiuliiii 1,'itllv tiiui'd"r.  \n\\ will '.'oni'lder your vnrdtct, koii-  ilcmi'ii, aiiii nialto up your mlndii uc  i-iirdlii:** to tV." inw nml tin- evidence  ii.)*   f<>fg"!i.liift; Mh* explanation  I  Imvu  .,.-. I'll   you.  condition ������3o well   as    Dr.   .Williams'  Pink  Pills.       They    strengthen    the  nerves   restore    the    appetite,    bring  the glow or health to  pallid  cheeks,  and renewed energy to listless people.  Women cannot always rest when they  should,    but    they   can    keep    their  strength  and   keep disease  away  by  Mie occasional' use of Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills.      Or if a breakdown has  come   unexpectedly  they   can   obtain  new health  through this  same medicine.  Mrs.   M.   Thomas,   lver  Street,  Toronto,  says:   "For several  yeara  I  was almost a constant Invalid, unable  to   do   my   housowovk   and   spending  much of my time in bed.     My nerves  .seemed  worn out. and  I  waB  so  run  down  that,  all  my  friends. thought I  was in a hopeless decline.    I wan ar.  pale as a corpse;  I was so bloodless  that It' I cut my finger It would not  bleed; my limbs were swollen far beyond their usual size.      At tho least,  exertion  my  heart,    would    palpitate  violently, and I frequently had fainting spells.      I was under treatment,  by   wood   doctors,   hut.   it  did   me.   no  good.       Thou  ono  day  my  husband  brought home somo    Dr.     Williams'  Tink Pills and 1 began taking thorn.  They seomnd to go to tho root of the  trouble,  and   in  the  course  of a  fow  weeks tho  1 ni prove m ont.    thoy    woro  making was  qulto  plain.     Gradually  us  I   continued   taking   the  Pills  the  swelling or my limbs disappeared; the  weak  spells  came  less uml   le.ss   frequently;     my    nppntlln    grenlly    Improved, and  Anally. I  was complotoly  cured and able to do my housework  with ease.      Later, my daughter Alma seemed to ho troubled with anno-  nilti,; and'Wo gavo.hor tho Pills with  the name good result3."  t Why  Bi.ffor.ln any  way  when you  ran Wirlu curing yourself to-day with  Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills.       Sold  hy  nil modlclno ���������denier.- or by mn 11 at. HO  cenin   ji   box   or   six   boxos   lor   *fia..')li  from The Dr. William^ Medicine Co.,  Uroolivillo. Out.  "rr^i'T-W  off   the  styles <������$ body fchait  we bwid- for  otar  Liglit . Delivery   Car.  JJ  22  1-2 & P.  *������ ixsyiiuKikfi  A      tT'm.^l*  Water  Cooled  Motor  With  m   ���������**-.������ aft  JWUUl  Magneto  \\ ^W^^mmmmmmimsm  -_^.0.-w^A^ane^-T___-T~sv   - --  s2SRSSa5i^'^JK53aK^fl^'^������Sffl������Sa^ ^   ��������� ���������"----tfitoai-       - ���������  "   -16 -"^ f   va4^.eS 117 ^y^   -*^--^.^  ^  X^������rsS_sr������-fi.to  _>������.  x ^ - SA  ti ti^-^^M  -%**_������������������������������������_*���������.*���������..���������,        v, -tacsftl  ���������sjr������j,      j.,7,7uv*'     "* ^"* "*���������        Jif       ^ ^i*  n     -.. *.    A^titi' V     *��������� e.  '-<���������������<���������  ^  PHce of Car with   above body   lettered as you   reijiiite $1300.00  i.Oxb. Clinton.     Get Catalogue and information frornti  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO., LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON. SASKATOON  *s  J  Tho largest pyramid  In  l'.gypt con-  tnliiH 00,000,000 cubic feot. of stone.  Deserved to be Sacked  Theio Is r largo lumber operator In  Maine who on occasion personally su-  perlntcnds the crews breaking up log  jams in the rlvor. Onco, lt appears,  the spruce log on which he was standing slipped and threw liim ln the water under tho logs.  Ono of tho crow, a French-Canadian  who had seen tho accident, immediately wont to tho rescue and succeeded l:i gottlng tho operator on hind.  Tho latter merely grunted his thanks,  and nothing wub said about tho mishap.  After a day or so tho Frenchman  grew nnxlnuf,, for he had thought,' of  a groat reward. Apprpachlng tho  lumberman ho aald. I���������I son you fall  In, m'Blcur, and I run quook, to pull  you from zo wain Ire before yon drown  oh?  . vi!**.- uwi'-ipril iho lumberman, you  did; but If you'd bo.on attending to  luttjlnoHH us you ought lo -have boon  you wouldn't have seen mo fall In!  Ask Your Dealer to Si^ow ��������� You  STOREY'S   BIG   SHIRTS  "For Workingmen Everywhere"  Broad Shoulders,   Big   Sleeves,   Long   Bodies  W. H.  STOREY AND  SON,  LTD.,  ACTON,   -   ONTARIO.  Mfrs. Celebrated Storey Line of Fine Gloves and Mitts.  Every  pair guaranteed. . v  CLEAN   HANDS  Plllc That Have Benefited Thou  ������nnd,a.���������Known fur and noar uh a  sure remedy In tlio Irnntrncut of hull-  g-'Mtlon and nil derangements of tho  Hioiuneli, liver aim ick1iio,vh, i'lii'im-  leo's Voi'.einblo Pills have broughl ro-  lii'f.tu llioiihiiiii: 1 when oilier ������|'<*<:lllr.u  l)uv<"' lalleii, luiluinorahlo teHllinoii-  Inlt/ ciin In- produced to ostnbllsh the  truth of lbin iiMiiertlon.       Once tried  Ordena "or the Day  Mr. Iloiipoek���������Is any wlfo going out,  .TaneV  .lane���������Ycsslr..  Mr. Ilonpeck���������Do you know If I am  going with hor?  Minard's Liniment Cures Bums, Etc.  Blind Obedience  Nearly   i������m>   ium   i.������iii   i,i  ��������� ml  ,itid Irolnrtd.  '"    .,   /IKTlbWTIC ��������� f  hc*ntSR&||i..  I II)  I...  ion nuiMi. not 'iii: iiim. any iu.mi;,  Sho  heard  her ���������������������������mother nay.  And  though  she  might  her  fate i\u  ploro  She promised to oboy.  I must not see you, sir, she crlod,  Wlu-n bo appeared that night.  Why,  ihon,  the  thought fill   youth  replied,  Wo most turn out the light.  Thus did the maid so true and swoet  1 i>   ,/.1.1,111.1   4ll.A4ld.iU'   ijll.V.  Although us heretofore Ihey iiioei  She does not uce him now.  Two-thirds   of   tbo   lnhahltantii   of  Now South WnleH holong to the Church  Cltuatlana Vacant %  Tho rich bachelor 'slgliod and looked  flxodly al the beautiful girl.  Things with me, lie said, uro at tjlxet*  and'RovariH. P fool the groat, need  o'f a woman in lhy homo���������oho who  would sti'iilghten out\my tanglod ut-  falrs and make life worth living onco  again. ,   .   ,   ,  lli>r soft' glance ' spoko her oxolto-  merit and expectation.  Vos*.' Hho muii'lou geutly,  Do you Utlow, ho continued, of any  good, abUi-bodlod woman whom ]  could got to clean tho hou������o? '  THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A t*"*v door* ajouth of C.P.R. Depot  rt*t.������ -fYeo to $2.00 per d*y  .in.  11.  W    N    U  10  1        T'tlhlle   iOooUh  I London, ho Into  uliwid   la  an   IK"ifi.  Iho   Hlrun-I.  lor which lln'v  ..*.,,...,'    nf    Mir.   11 lltili.nl'  nro proHcrlbod.  I''raiioi* lu'iidiiooK upwards of 500,000',  1 I on mis' i\>i>ri|i of oysters every year, i  lOo ������ Tin.  INM'iHfttfcMn fiml jio.i *IU������ a������>>������������������������>la-.laj.il'iai  ���������IMap la ll4������OniUINll. an,1 rn-.-lT KANO  Ol.t Amtn     WIII ������������������nuv* ikiw av������������l aaialiaa  A cnpHtiiln In built Into a block and  tackle with which ojio mnn can hnudln  loads q/ 1,000 poundH. nud two men,  loudb of 4,000 pounds.  -���������'���������  Cnltln** Mrntxc-'Mfld  ������nni,ii������ani"������������wii'������Aiiiw>i  Hot Mnu cold wcter m ������v������ry room i  Hotel   practically   Flrapraa*  All Outaldo Room** THE   CBESTON" BEVIEW,y CBESTON,    B. C,  -���������ti-*i'ZWT$mm  '  - ' ri~ti&  - .-.f\',..-������_.  *"/   '    I'ifSW  J..  ���������.���������������) *m aaamM% ������MM  MEW  tf _"  U     _"*5_ _ _ _I  ffi^Q.WAY   OFFICIALS   SAY   GRAIN  -���������*.*   i   IS 'GOING.   dUT   QUICKLY  It is Stated that there  Plenty of  NEW   OFICE   FOR   FOSTER  Suggested    as  Agent Irs London, England  Ottawa'���������Hon. Geo. B. Foster, who  is again, on his way back to .England,  for another rwo months' stay there, on  ,. _ a     ������������������ _i _ _-..*._..<. i Imperial business, may have his head-  Care as yet Available, and Farmers | qu������rter8 estabiish'ed .^ere permanent-  are   Delivering   Grain  so   Promptly   ly        Mr    p0St3r,is fiiated to fill the  /that th*.re is  Little Delay in Load-  office of Canada's imperial minister as  ing. * - proposed in Premier Borden's scheme  ��������� -..*. m,,_ .**,_ th^-Bhine wea.   for a more direct   representation    of  ther "oTuiV pa_TweeK "has" caused' a \ Canada in ynpenal affairs at London  big  stir m  the   movement  of   Wu������u   Jt is  understood  that the animation  "'fc .."��������� Y   . Y  .    .     v.,        ._.. i i-ias been directly mads to htaa that he  away, threshing will go,ahead'*a5d a  heavy moyemeut on lhe railways, will  Canada's Diplomatic follow at once. The weather in Alberta and western Saskatchewan has  not been so seriously unfavorable as  in eastern Saskatchewan and Manitoba and some headway has been made  lu threshing in the further west, and  it has resulted in a fair increase in  the number ot cars 'passing Winnipeg In the last three days 960 cars  of wheat have been inspected at Winnipeg.      The high average quality of  ������ i-i. *-.    #���������:���������.>��������������� *���������*���������������������-���������,     1/3    emfis\T.     it.    ���������M** ������"���������������.    nr*������*ljj j*_ i TI Cr "     OH    *"������ r*t  t,UC      ������-tl \J)f     -O     0<m<*tX     Alt      bUU     tjilAUtMQ-      ������������������     a***  illusttation,    yesterday's    inspections  THE HOME RaiE BILL  U.S.   LAND LAWS  n di recti  become - Canada's    diplomatic     agent  and general representative In London  with a salary of $15,000 per year.  The present 'scheme is to extend  the slbopo and importance of the High  Commis-sloner's ofhec    by    giving    it.  xo   the   luiitfs   trom   all   parts   oi   lhe  west.       Although .now   nearly   thica  ���������weeks behind tu* no. mal record, Uiere  is every evidence of prompt removal  o������ the grain  with very  little tear of  tsongt'-tion,  according   to  the  lanway  i'r������s'fc.uL   bUiK   in   departments   of   it.-i, ....        ,, ,,, ��������� ..,  various railroads.      'iheit are plenty I soim-diplomatlc  and advisory or con-\  of  &end  to  that  ing.  There has been little  are as follows,'via.: 3 cars 1 Hd; 217   the Labor party widening  * 1 ^ r* w^-h saA������* 1*4 /I ** ^j, ��������� A *���������?. n  -.  I *4 Vt *m  Senator Smoot Says Bad Laws One c  Reasons for Immigration to  Canada  .  .    . _,. Salt Lake.���������United    States    Sena-  Eaitor or the Manchester Guardian, lor Smoot alt���������cked lh_ land laws, i.i  Although an Ardent Home Ruler,! an address before the lnternntioniil lr-  Urges the Government to go Slow, * ngation   Congress.  Ever since 15)00 th-" provision of on**  land   laws   have   proven   exceedingly  burdensome,  said the Senator.      Although these laws are inadequate and  i work  injustice, the administration  of  J.1 1         J   _         _1_t_        1 ....... 1   _ ������ C^xmm.       +\~*-x  AN   EARNEST PLEA  !S  MADE  FOR  FULLEST DISCUSSION  and to be  Rzzay to vner any  tiea-  sonable Compromise.  London.���������There is  a  possibility  of  the rift between the Government and  Rejected; 4 cars Red Winter, to-   .^s were granted to women, but it  50 cars.      The no grade cars .aie I ������ doubtful ,r he could carry his party  or  nothing   heon mentioned, hilt,  'ti proposals,.... Mr? Foster,, by  reason  cars 1 Nor.; 136 cars 2 Nor.; 31 ears  3 Nor.; 5 cars No. 4; z cars No. 0;  2 cars Feed; 'il cars No grade; 19  cars  tal 450  all of (lu higher grades but. out of  condition, tough or damp, not a laige  percentage considering the    weather.  a.and.thr.esh-  e'?thr,eshing.  r*e.'  all    good  admixture of  under  the new   oats, barley or ragweed,    etc;'-ZZ1/Th-;  MacDonald  has  made   the  pledge that the Labor members would  XmaJTIQixjt  the laws is responsible largplv for the  THE SUNDAY SCHffOi  . _        f'  LESSON     I J.���������FOURTH    QUARTEIR  FOR OCT.  13, 1312  ,������.  *  Text of the Lesson, Mark    vii,.    V13.  Memory Verses, 5, 6���������Golden Text,  Rom.  xiv,    17.���������Commentary    Pps-  pared by Rev    D.  fvl. Stearns.    *  Taking up the incidents oetween the  last lesfaois and this-oat* we note that  because   they   dia?  not   consider   His  i-'oniitons works, such as th*. i"_sdL_g  the    ho,r(,l",**e.''dor<?, i of the thousands,  they  were amazed  American" setf'lers are emigrating  by J at Pais enlling the stoim'aatl w_Udng  of.  rdor������^iu the matter ot- shipping a pait i ;*:* ***"-'*;v^' ���������������������������-'*" *   * -���������;---'   -.-   :~~~-.".~v.  ?otl the crop  through- Dunuli n, .oruer! his political  experience  and  training-  Nos. 4, 6 and li'eed 'are old erdpY In  regard to the markets, the unsettled  to __L it, to the seaboard without do- ^������f^ aptitude for the larger problem of! weather in America, /deliiyY ;fa.k p���������  1:������ %4l:r.:0,i;e SfcaDOd.i tt without ut-, . .,..." ,hA��������� imdouhtedlv superior movement of our western crop, ������������������ large  ^y,?bu^Yt is: undetstb.p^ demind from Europe. ahWvery  tms:week, when'cne;,8nlpyhis. is ih lnlj >*.���������**���������*'" "^...1.1.0 pu������t. itaG **0"'J ^ <_.-_-r;���������f���������_l.n,.v ._���������.,.���������,,.,.,������������������,. Jn..it. a.l Hip  ewine -ind the PsHmatoi i-.h lio tak!*, I as t,io medium for. the exchange, of satistactoiy demand -to.i Hour in.,aH. the  ?S??_e   different'^^^^ milling centrum the United States,  m- the _Jlllerent   dlbtricts   as   to   tn,   st,tte<  affecting the  int-rest    of    the   have  all . tended   to   keep   the .wheat.  markets flrni and steady, amidst, the  bearish sentiment which uhdo-btedly  prevails in the American speculative  markets, and in face of very bearish  statistical changes in? visible   stocks  vote  against  the  Government  unless 1 the   thousands   to   Canada,   and   this ion tno fct-a.     That was Israel a tve able  ' proves tbat thera is bomething wi*o-"u ! 'all tnro_gii, and it id ours; v\e do not  In  our  laws  that should  bo jectif.od. 1 t-ou-Mder,  or. if we do it is ourselves  The ���������"speaker   declared   congress   had '-or  our  circumstanced   or  people  5.a^  awakened to the neds of the settler   not  ilmi   who  should  oceupj   ail  qu^  and that he cxpector] to put a stop to j iJiougiiib (vo.  l>2, I'.el. iii, _;  sii. 2),  the exodus to Canada. j ^ chap. vi. 53-56, wnat a multitude o������  .Ai.'.'the..las': session of Congrpss. he \ sick-Yrcilks gatsiiei* unto Him, see the  continued, more laws wer*1 passed lib-j streets-in the villages, filled with them,  eralizing'land laws than all the other '        --- ��������� ������������������-���������- .*.. .   ... -.        .^  congresses during the last ten years.'  Heretofore regulations have made it  almost impossible    to-   obtain    home-  with him  On Thursday the motion for a location of time- for passing the Home  Rule Bill will he considered.  The Westminster; Gazette's parliamentary correspondent says ,it, is the  intention of the Government to pass  this bill, ihroi'gh theYHouse? of Commons before,Christmas, and that there  is no disposition on *nie Liberal side  to   criticize   the  drastic   measures   of ��������� steads within the fnre=t reserves, but  closure, necessary for putting through'j.a; law  passed  at  the  la<*t  session  Ihfe debate on the bill. Congress, I believe,    will    result  ���������:.-..������>>������..'������.-������".-.-������<������fl.y������<.,   ^.M%.v>r    ������������������������*'���������  volume t:o be nib'ved,' some sort of ar  rangemeiit will be made by which Lu  luth:;i:will-"-haii_ie   the  sui*plus  of  the  mutual interests of Canada and Great  Britain,whether in  relation   to trade  Aiacrbn,.nd  "-"-aii*       -Th*> ������������������&**& w-'-^e or defence and would havo in London  '^'.''���������VdA*KItig':--''iii^lit''''and'-''''day'' at the plat  . ::,^ abouf even  l,??I;'"'^iilC!ia^  iitg?r? :The?eieya^ 'their.  [-4$ ,%olden; tr^asiures directly/into the cars  and the return'- -so far this year show  - th^t thisZmethod al;disposing of the  '-...crop'i.s?a^'Tp'Qp^4r-'.^s ever. ���������-.-,  Y^n? October 1? the three provinces.  '''M.amfoba/-SKsk-&t9_ewah?and Alberta,  on the .C..-P .it .lines, loaded 597 cars  ,   -. of graih.;;;.Y:?  -Y'Y?  ?;. ���������:,?:! :.-''''..  Last yfe'sur' 6n?the saiheday 384 "cars'  ���������were loaded, an. increase of 213 cars.  il56. of;-.these ;carsi? were loaded by  the farniersvdirect and last year only  gg ears ,y.'ere loaded from the platform in the output of the days.  It is  difficult  to  state  just which  method  is  the  more popular, as tbe  -"-districts  and  roads have to be considered  in  getting  the grain  to  the  nearest point of transportation.      \  The output of Manitoba from September first up to Oct. 1, this year  was 299 cars, out of which^.161 cars  were- loaded-from the elevators.  Last year, during the same period,  there were loaded 167 cars, 138 from  elevators and 29 from the platform.  in??Sa������katehewan   this -year  up   to  October first, 1.8K5 cars were shipped.  The    figures    show    aii    the    way.  through a bigger month for Septem-  . ber .this year than last^and although  the Manitoba demand has fallen off  there is a big increase from the dis-  .'������������������;-$?  Irict around?-askatooh. -ti'-ti-;.  ..ti.,. '?:;UP?to,;:Oct.;l,;.?;the:,,:.,C.N..Rv. ^.h^ve  .Ipaiied-'^and  .unloaded    under,Y order.9  .:.-,.y,.-i,-,-. j^g-j. cgtrg. $������ the elevators and 1.879  cars  at  the   platform   stations  along  As-most of this defnand-comes from  Saskatchewan thpre is every: reason  tb.' helieve.- that the output from this  province will far surpass the estimate  of the moat optimistic. r  The officials in charge of the transportation of the grain-bn all the roads  throUgh. the agficiiltural districts- of  $he West are.most Optimistic over the  ease with which' ths crap , W'iil be  nibyed?".?':?:;. '���������-?���������-?���������.- .'?.?".-  .Unlike work-in;previous yeiirsr the  threshing operations have taken/place  in sections. Where these dperations  were -furthest advanced' there the _ar8'  ���������were placed in greatest.numbers.  an advisory and consultatiye capacity  This proposal was broached by Premier Borden in London, last July? and  is part of the gbvernme^t's perman-  'ent.-po^icy.-'.Y ���������'���������.':..Y:-: ���������-,... ..���������.������������������'.������������������::���������?:'?��������� '���������'?'  As a preliminary to Canada's repre-  sentatioiv" in London steps are now  being completed for the .purchase:. of a  site for a magriifieeht Canadian office  near Westminster Abbey and 'adjacent  to the houses of parliament. ,? Work  on the new: building will be begun next  year. ���������*-' To fii^fierYsuonlement-Ythe  nroposed saiary?:of- flf.,000 ?fpr YMr.  Foster, an , offic-ial residence v/ith allowances in the way of living expenses  is suggested.     Y.  Whethelrpr not the: minister ofttr^de'  and coinmerce will accept the position  is not known. H" is greatly interested in the work of his life liere and  likes political fighting in tbe'��������� , commons. But it is stated on good authority, that several of hia colleagues  are anxious to have him take the London position and it is significant that  be has been kept for the last few  months well In training for it. By  the end of November, this year, he will  bar-? -spent four months out,,of this  year in London and n������xt. soring as  Canada's travelling ambassador be is  going to Australia-on traded matters.  Hon. Mr. Crothers would prefer his  place as minister of trade and commerce to the labor portfolio he now  .'hold's..-.  Bay  JUDGE  REFUSES TO  FIGHT  Diamonds' 'from'..-'.'the' -^.Hudson's  ':ytiti[;.[.:���������'��������� [..,tiy,ti^.Gountrytititii .:?.'?,.'??.���������?>-':,,���������.  : ?Cobalt?'':"dniVrrit'-"M1?!^^^^':''^!'  IWalter Tabemer, a \yell-knb.wn Northern Ontario : promoter.- Avill shortly  reach bef6; with : theYfirstYlot of diamonds from the: reported diamond  fields bordering on Hudsbn-'s' Bay. He  was in tbe Nottawr.; Riyer district last  winter and : went in again-early last  -pring witii; a, gangbf men?Y    .    -  They remained in'thejjcounfary all  summer and must have struck it rich  from the length of time spent there.  Decision of a German Court of Honor  is Ignored  Berlin.���������Judge  Knittel.    who    has  been challenged by Captain K'aramler   V0,".11*  to fight him,-has declined the invlt. a-   nelda  tlon  w.'thcut  assigning any reasons.  It will be, remembered that in .1  recent trial for libel tho court decided that Judge Knittel. was justified in declaring Captain Kammler a  malicious imbecile, and that- In eou-  Bemidnc v Captain Kaihinler was  obliged by a military court ot honor  to challenge Knittel, who besldws being a judge, is an officer of the reserve.  - Much curiosity is felt as to the  next step to be tnkon by the.court of  honor, and whether it will 'proceed  to forte Judge Knittel to sever his  connection with the army on 'the  gromu. that he has refused to permit'himself to be shot at.  Fargo.. N. D. ���������Nearly 10,000 young  men, students in Fargo's colleges? and  ;high schools, will,leave before the end  of the week to take the place of laborers in harvest fields of North Dakota. In t'eSponsc to insistent .de*  mand Joi; farm laborers throughout  .the-state,:, school heads have agreed to  allow1 all male._ students two. weeks'  vacation,' and every student who is  able wil be urged to seek work on  farms. Many members of the Fargo  Commercial Club will also go to the  z*ti  Would Protect Eekim,oa  Ottawa.���������Dr. Stefaniison is expected in Ottawa within a few days  to report to II: M. W. Brook, of the.  geological aurvory, on hla discoveries'  In tho Coronation Gulf. Pr. Stef-  aniiHon Is tho discoverer of tho Blonde  Eflltlmofi hi thnt new region und 1h  deuirouH of hooping clvlliued pooplo  away from thorn for four thnt dlnenm*  will ho taken in and .wlpo'<Uuun out.  Dr. Stofannfion was engagod by the  Amorlnan MUROiin. of Natural lilalory  nnd tho geological survey of Canada,  to mnlto the trip, lllsroports promise to ho exceptionally interesting  nnd literal.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  Great Crime of West,  London. Ont.��������� Llout.-Col. Gnrf-  tahoro, general manager of , tho Me-  Clnry Mnnufaet.nrinK Company, buck  from a trip to tlm Coiist, mi(.lRl**orl  tho booming of tlio Pruirlo real (>,���������)-  tiit.i.  The groat crlmo of tho Wost Is tho  oxplollntlon of Impoaslblo city talteti,  ;ho, declared.  Winnipeg, Sept. 25.���������For tho third  week In 'Succession the weather over  our prairie  provinces and North Dakota and Minnesota has broken into a  three days' spell of showers and.rainstorms, putting a complete    stop    tb  farm work and threshing.     A correspondent situated  near tho  centre of  the province of Saskatchewan writing  to ub under date tlir* 21st Inst., says:  Just as every threshing machine was  getting into full   swing,   after   about  five days of   dry    weather,    it   commenced %to rain on Thursday evening  ami rained all night, and on .Friday it  was very wet with heavy    and   light,  showers  all   day,   and   Is   still   at   it  mining lightly.      JSverythlng Is soaked.   ' If it nhould clear up to-day or  to-morrow there will be no threshing  'boforo Friday or   Saturday   of   next  week.      ISvaporatlon ��������� not    so    raplJ.  now, short dayn   and   cool.    Serious  aiiqph  to furhiei'H and   M*uiiKp<n-iaiioii  companies,      Tho weather did clear  up in tho west by Sunday and In tho.  east |ioro by Monday.     It camo much  colder with tlio clearing and brought  u tilight truce of snow at ono or two  woRtf't'ti and  northern  points, as tho  last of the rain- pnnscd off.      Thero  have been several degrees of frost over  night nt some westerly  point* and a  few late fuddti of nl.���������.������������������'! will have l.,<-on  Hlluhtly damaged, and a wood deal of  Into  oaltt  and   hurley  which   aro  not  mit yet; hut wo do not look upon the  frost damage uh likely to cut much figure on. thin yenr'u crop, it Ims boon  wo long in coming, nnd tho grout bulk  or all tlio grnlns wiih bo much hotter  grown nnd matured this your.   Along  wllh  tho colder nnd clonrnr  woathor  there hns boen Home good stiff broo/.<*H  iiilJl. IIIH    1414111    llll-    .lullll    ������..-i.    V.',".",.,    I'.*".*..  theiie have done m> much In drying out  the ptooks Ih.'it Mfvcr.'tl phiccii report  ilululling ''omniem-i'd .igiiln today.  Thin hiHt ntorrn drifted down into  North  Dakota and   .Minnesota and  it  .    .    _. . .......   ........   ...f.i    1.,   41, r..-.'   <,|,*loii   r������*>   M.*.ii.  J-OIUlUll.'- 'illU     M'Hllll      llllll     Ul-lUlllUl      ' ... ...  ������a   fi^r.   mvrt   nt  71    ,r,i,,v���������   ���������������   Trt������|������������    Knttlol fUW    llllll     VO'lt erdll.V,    UIO    mill    t lll'll tllg>,  to snow In flic iiurtlmrn purls oi liu-Hi*  lltntc.'.',.      Tho weal her foret'iisl Im now  and moving supplies .There has ;been  duriiig the week very harrow* fluctuations  in  prices,   until  today the, outlook seemed to change sdmewhat; and  a decline of about Ic. took place in  most markets froni the closing prices  of yesterday, but   the   only   decided  change from a week ago is a decline  of 3c. in Chicago September wheat.  In other ma,rkets    and    months ? the  changes compared with  a week ago  are irregular, some' being, .^c... higher  and others ^c. to lc. lower.      There  seems little doubt that-somewhat: lower: prices will follow should the weather iri America and Europfe become  quite settled and remain dry and favorable for a.-few  weeks, for in that  case there    would    be    an    immense  movement of wheat from first hands,  for with favorable weather the movement   of   ?rheat   eastward   ov������_'r   the  Canadian and 'United-^States'-   spring  wheat  country   would  only  be  limited  by   the  carrying  capacity of the  railways?       Other   influences   of   an  easing  tendeticv have  aiso  begun? to  ���������'show.���������'themselves, such as a lessened  demand for export and a slackening  of the flour demand    in   the   United  States, together with the .'development  of the statistical situation. Last week  the United  States visible supply increased 3.453,000  bus? against an increase of only 74,000 bus. a year ago.  The total U.S. visible is no\y 30,132,-  000,   busi'   against   51 J.50,000   bus.   a  year ago, but onlj' fpur week's:ago the  'anioim't ��������� "was ; only    18,661.000    bus.  against. 48;247,0Q0 bus? corresponding  date last year, and an inci?ease of only  about-3,000,900 bus.  last year, whereas the increase this year is about 11,-  500,000 bus.      The world's'shipments'  last week were 14,68.8,00.0 bus. against  Ii nun /inn t...     i_^.'a   .:- ��������� .���������.J.^,..   ai^���������   ..^.a-..  j,������,ul*,uuw   uim.   iaai   vcEr  ituii   wv;  LOiili  amount on passage is uo>v. . 39.904,000  bus. against 33.642.000 last year. The  European visible supply last week was  74,808,000 bus. against 82,200,000 bus.  a year ago but. in. regard to these figures we would point out that last year i  the wheat crop in the United Kingdom  and western Europe was good in yield,  early harvested and in splendid condition so that it moved e'arly.,and free-,  ly. This year conditions -9re nearly  the reverse, for the wea'.her from July  to mid September has ...been disastrously wet this year, so that harvest  has been protracted, a good percentage, of the crop is spoiled for milling,  and comparatively little of it can come  to market until the frosty winds put  it in condition for thrashing. The  reports of the growing crops in the  ���������"���������Argentine and Australia are favorable,  lhe acreage under wheat in the Argentine Is estimated at 5 per cent,  larger t.han'ast year, and in Australia  about the same as last year".  Our Winnipeg market continues to  experience a good domnnd for cash  wheat, but trude is quite restricted by  the delay in the movement of the new  crop. It Ih giving, exporters , and  others who have engaged to load at  Fort William, a .good ��������� ileal of trouble  and probably some loss, as they arc  not prepared with the grain to load.  Several voasc-ls have been switched to  !Duluth and cargoes procured for them  there. Up until today comparatively  high prices havi? been paid for wheat  past, Winnipeg available for Immediate  loading Into boats, but the increased  receipts of the Inst throe days nnd  the anticipation that the real crop  movement is now about -to begin, together with an eiislng off In oxport, demand, bus cimsed the prices to drop  sharply today-.*' 'Speculative trading  In future dellverlea Is of Rmall volume. To-dny'fi cloning cash prices  nro: 1 Nor. .,>������,���������&*��������������� 2 Nor. 88������,_<��������������� 3  Nor. RUVfef!'; Alberta Rod Winter No.  1. !M>Van;  No. 2. 88*^c; No,  3, 8ftV.>o;  On the other hand, it is. significant  that, in a speech at-Manchester,.' C. P..  Scott, proprietor of the Manchester  Guardian which exerts the most powerful force among British Liberal newspapers, and himself an ardent Home  Ruler,'made au earnest plea that the  Government should go slow and grant  the fullest discussion of the bill and  be ready to offer any reasonable compromise.  They Were threatened, he said, with  resistance amounting to civil war.  It was better that the bill be dropped altogether if the Government did  not mean to enforce it when it became  law.- '���������:  of |  in1  turning most of the twenty million  acres of forest reserve l.*T>ds'?}nto a:  agricultural homestoad. -'National reserves should be utilize'! according to  our present needs. .'. I believe to conserve for unborn generation'? is wrong.  ���������A it strati ia. Portugal. Persia, Gnat.am e!a,  Mexico, and Canada were .^mAng the  foreign nationi, represented at the  Congress.  HORRORS OF CUBAN ASYLUM  all hoping that He would p<~ss near  enough for them to touch the border*  61 ilia garment; how beautiful to react  that "as many as touched Him were  made whole.  Then follows the great discourse on,  the bread of life, the bread which  came down from Heaven, even Himself;! and His reply to the question,  'What- shall we do that, we mi-jlit work  the works of Gad'!" In considering  His .reply remember that believing,  means receiving (John i, 12) or coxa-,  mitting oneself unto Him (John ii,  24). I am continually helped by  John vi, 57, "As the living Fat'ier hath  eent Me, and I live by the Father, sa  be thftt eateth Me even he shall live  by Me?" Also, verse"63. The wards  , that 1 speak unto ypu,r tney are spirit  and they' are'life.'* To many even,  among true believers, He -and Hia  words are still hidden manna of which  Men and WSjnen Patients in Institution in State of Squalor  Havana. ���������- Dreadful conditions  among the Cuban insane confined at  the National Asylum at Mazorra near  this city are disclosed in a report published in El Mundo.  Upwards of 2,000 men and women  from all parts of the island are kept  in the institution in a state of frightful squalor, aiid hundreds among them  are nearly naked, without beds or  chairs, and:! provided with insufficient  food of th������ poorest quality says the  report.    Y  The condition of the women patients  is declared to be even worse than that  of the men.  AH classes of insane people, e.vc?-!**-  the most violent, are:said to be herded together in foul courts.  It has.long been known that conditions' at the hospital were bad, but  the real state of affairs was unknown.  At the beginning of the second intervention of Cuba by the United  States, the place was found? in a similar condition; ?' ".::;.:-  After reconstruction by General  Wood, it was again reorganized and  remodelled at great expense by i.;oi-  Grphle: of the: United States Army,  and at thevclose of the period of-intervention it. was in all respects a  model institution.  Immediately thereafter most of the  costly improvements were destroyed,  says the report, and the Avhole Institution was allowed to go to complete  Tuin "���������������������������������������������'.   '���������-.-,������������������ ���������:  Many startling pictures'* accompanied  the report in the newspaper.  Grain Grower's' Guide Answers Manu-  \        Y facturers  ���������-Winnipeg.*-���������The      Grain  .Growers'  Guide'...has issued the following state.-  ment in'reply to the offer of the Can-        ._....._ _. _._   ,  adian Manufacturers association for a j they have not yet tasted the swee'tnesa  conference with the farmers on closer;, or having no spiritual appetite they  trade relations with/Great? Britain. | loathe the '.heavenly food. They  The western, grain growers have re- have life, having Him, but not abun-  peatedly declared for an increase in dant life,  the  British   preference  and  eventual;     There ?were  many   in  His  day,  aa  free,trade?with the motherland. If  the ' Canadian Manufartturers association is prepared to assist the grain  growers towards this" end there is no  doubt but that the grain growers will  re glad of the assistance of: the manufacturers as they realize that the  manufacturers have great influence in  tariff .making-.' Free trade with the  motherland would reduce the cost of  living to every Canadian and bind  closer the greatest overseas dominion  with Great Britain. ;      ��������� -- ���������,  JSr&ry ioyai Canadian ..will be glad  tc know that the manufacturers association is not -apposed to? lowe>i*:  taxes on British iniports. If the  manufacturers association is prepared-  for  to assist.  Great Britain in ten years, it will be  a welcome message to every western  grain grower.  there were, also ;iu?'the days of the  prophets; and as there are in our own,  time, whose religion is wholly out-  Avard, simply a matter of externals, ot  outward: forms aiid' ceremonies���������'they  are referi"bd to in verse 6 of our le_son  in quotation form Isaiah. Let us hear  two quotations from the prophets concerning them.'"'"���������'This peoplo dr-sw  near Me with their mouth and with  their lips do honor me, but have removed their heart far from 'Me, and  their fear toward Me is taught by the  -precept of men." "Tney come unto  thee. as the people cometh. and they  sit before thee as my people, and they  hear thy '.yords. but they will not do  .        ���������       ...    ., ,    -        them, for with their mouth they slew  a conference with the ^ producers h' l -e> but th .   h      t       ^   ft  ssist, in securing free trade with I .���������0.     , - otn���������cnaaC!���������  n*^    %v.-    .ia.  Decrease in Homestead Entries  Ottawa.���������Canada's remaining honie-  jsteaid'lands'in the west have begun to  show evidence of depietiou in regard  to their ayajjabiiity aria'. attractiveness  for'-hew ."'settlers-.-' The settlers now  going   in,   though  even  more  numer  ous than last year, are taking up in the  aggregate more of the  land  by pur-j disciples for not practicing the many  RANCH INQUIRY COMMISSION  Nevniy   AppOfrTicd    Booy      Wil!      wGtt.3  Problem  Between  Rancher and  Homesteader  Winnipeg.���������The new ranching investigation commission., instituted: by  the Dominion Government last month,  to which Geo.,S. 'Pope ami Clarence  F.> Graham, of Winnipeg have been  appointed commissioners, has commenced preliminary organization, and.  wil\ soon start to put on active work  of collecting evidence and data.  The commission has been appointed for tho purpose of dealing with the  ancient strife between the cattle  rancher and the homesteader? a question that has for many years been the  most, difficult that the United States  government hap had to denl with in  the Western States, a'nd which has  proved almost as great a problem in  Southern Alberta and SoEiltatchowan.  f The, commission is Pxnee.tod.to givo  a definite answer to whether grazing  lands can continue to he set Vislde forth o Bole use of the cattle ranchers In  Alberta and SuBkatchewon. to the exclusion of homesteaders and set a definite time for the extension, nf the  griming reserves and of existing grazing leases from tho Dominion land  department.  chase^than by hpmesteading; The  most accessible free? laud districts  were taken up, by the?rush of homesteaders during the past decade. For  the first seven months of the year tue  number of homestead entries made in  the western provinces has totalled  22,707 a-decrease of 1,245 as compared  with* the first seven mouths of last  ���������year. Homestead entries in Manitoba for the seven months totalled  1,-4-8,. an increase of 309. ?In Saskatchewan, the entries for the seven  months totalled 11,699, a increase of  1,246. In Alberta the total this year  was 8,874, a decrease of'307. British  Columbia homesteadf. taken up during  the seven months totalled*, only 180.  their covetousness"  (Isa.    xxix,   -13;  Ezek.  xxxiii, 31) ���������        In   addition    to  what our Lord said about them in this  lesson He sjaid elsewhere.      "AU their  Works they do for to be seen of men."  "Ye make clean the outside of the cup-  -and of! the platter, but within arc full  of extortion and excess."      "Y_ out.  wardly appear righteous unto men, but;  within are full o~. hypocris*,  aud iuiq*  uity"  (Matt? sxlii,;5. 25-28). .   These  fare the men who, in the lesson for today, ; find  fault with', Chrisx aud His  G.T.P.    INSTAL   TELEPHONES  New Wireless Rates for Canada  Ottawa.���������Negotiations have been  proceeding between the naval service  department and the telegraph companies with the result that the rates  for wireless messages which were decided upon last July at the International Wireless Congress held-in London, will go into qffect on November  1, next, Instead of'.Inly 1. l'.H3. It  "van decided at the congrops Hint t.bf-'y  would only he available from the date  of the signing of the agreeuiont, but  this IniR been waived and negotiations  with the telegraph companies have  been so satisfactory that Canada will  benefit from November 1. Among  the now rate adoption;? will bo tho  sliding scale from Belle isle to Montreal, and the 40 cont rate for a wireless between land and ship will bo reduced to ASfi cents n word. There will  aleo be a general use of tho cable  count on teivword niessages.  ...     Scheme Abandoned  London.���������A. dospatch frrthtt Copenhagen sayii that fhe Hohomo for the  rnlargemont. of the  harbor riorritn  nt  t������l.     i iioui.iii,   iu   I hi*   .'A(At;..;!,..(ion    Ui,.|,  1,1m opening of the Panama Canal  would gi��������� cully lucrcu.'-.e the .shipping  trade. lutM been abandoned owing to  iho lack of hntmclal support.  Clarke, who has been employed at  ilio Orwell engineering woiUu. lup-  ���������wlch,  tor  llfty-'lvo  yearn,   for  thirty  fair and cool over all the 'spring wheat  three yearn o������ which ho wan foreman,  coiuitvy, and IT ruin  will    uiilv,   keep  .    .                                     ,\.. i.... v-.-    no*,/   7' -     ....  J'UIUCC'.I   I'twnuu    *'^ "i     ������������������".'���������i   ,n ,- --'  comber. 81 %������; M ay, 89%c.  Oats-���������  Xho oat marliet Is strong and higher  caused by lack of smpplles and continued good domand from eiiHtern Canada for Immediate delivery. Compared  with U.S. prices for ontn our prlceB  nre abnormally high. Owing to the  long spell of un favorable weather new  (..-il'- will bf vt*-i*y late in being tbroph-  ed and tho nhort flollers for October  delivery are In a very unenviable po-  Hitlon. To-ilay'������ rush prlcefi nro 2  Can. Wi'BtY4<!o; 3 C.W., 43c; lilx. 1  Foed. '14c; 1 V<\,, 43c; 2 Fd., 40c. Fu-  tiires closed October 3.*>������y<'; Decoinbbr,  Barley���������  Thtt'ro In a liotler (hmiaiul for barley  and "irlcort aro 3c.  up on tho w**ok.  '1*..   ,!.,������.'r.    ,.^lri,.ri    ., ^>.    Nlo       'I      fl*',".'     Mil       4  'jusv\  UojiH'tiul. 4.*!c;  Feed, 4.'hi. t  Tho flax market kecpa Hnu with a  fair demand. To-day'ii cash pi'Icen  ui'i! No. 1 N'oilh Vv'.rileni Canada,  ic.di-   Mm     ���������>   f'ttninl'i   Wcwt'-rn.   ir.4e:  Ail Diopatching Will be Done in This  Way When  Road  is Equipped  Winnipeg.���������Telephones    will    soon  he   Installed    for   train   dispatching  throughout tho entire systom.of the  G.    m.   ... ...    yn. ..Ill .    r,r������ M. ...*>. roi. r\  Ktiiu   ii nun  i .n.i.ic  .....I.....y..       ' a.  fctnrt for thin systfun, was announced  recently find the first, flection to bo  equipped with telephonou will bo that  between .West Fort? WIJ.Hnm and Superior Junction. Thin is, of course,  hut a beginning. It will not bo long  till the whole main lino In equipped  nnd as noon as that. Is done tlio entire  train dispatching of the service will  he ptfindnrdl'/pd with ln'ont rnMwny  operating lniitallntioiiB.  U.8. Ship*! for Canadian Wheat  Port Arthur, Ont.���������American nteani-  boat ownoi'H and oporntorti.nro making Inquiries through their agent.-, .'fl  to tht������ nni'iber or,earn of new wheat  crop coming into Port Arthur and Foi t  William tertnltialn, and It? hi not Improbable I hat tlmro will be a large  nnvniii-.v nl* A niorle.'i ii fi'i'li/'htftrH a ������������������nd filed to fhe grain en:eying traftlc heiween  now  and  th" Hose of tuivlgutloii.  Manitoba to Mexico  Road    Is    Being  Projected  Bemldjl, Minn.���������In a bulletin .lust  Issued by J. M. Wiley on the construction of a Canada to the hou railroad to bo known lis tlie Mexican  Gulf and Manitoba, shows that the  "Cps"?* that surveys actus!!y :.*.!���������" vv-  dot- way was corroct.  Beginning at Baton Iloiige the line  Is to como directly north ufrlltlng Minnesota at Loroy, continuing to Minneapolis, rhon north to Ibinco'toji.  Uratnord and Grand Raplda, .Mallard,  Alida, HiiKley, Clearlnnok and on* to  Winnipeg  It. In believed that tho mirveylng  pnrrfon tmw ������< work tn thin Hlri'teh of  tlio proposed lino aro working in harmony   with   tint   .ViiuiuM.H'litt   uim   .Si..  o.h'twa^..-:'washlhgs::'?6f their religion.  There are -multitudes of such formal-  ists still who are .very religious, but  it is al2 outward, and they know nofc  the true God. whosearcheth hearts '  (1 Sam. xvi, 7; I Chron. xxvili, 9;  Jer. xvii, 30; Rev.: il, 23). In IX  Tin... lil, l-C. we' reard that thCend of  this age will be characterized by a  form of godliness without hny power,  tijiu truly 14-iti already viaibie enough  ������\nd tending to a greater manifestation of the'same.  Inasmuch as it was foretold tt*.nt it  would ho so, we are not surprised at  it, and rejoice that He cannot fail n6r  be discourAiged  (Isa.. xiii, 4), but tho  question may well search us.      Am I  real ...In ���������.ray   life,   living   bef<H-P   God  rather than men    aud    studying    to  shew myself  approved unto God   (Hi  Tim.   ii,   1G;> 11   Cor.   v.  9).       Our  Lord  (loRirftR a holy people, a penplo  meet, for his use.* (1  Peter, 1, IB, 16;  II Tim. il, 21**) .but -the cleansing must;  be inward,  by Mis    spirit    and    Ilia  word  applying the blood   (P-i    11,* 10;  Horn,   xii,  2;   John xvii, 17;   Kph.  v,  25. 2(i).       This matter of defilement  by urr.vaslji-jil hand:* '.:. briefly and de  cldedly   diKPOsrd   of  by  our   Lord   In  thoso words, "To eat with unwashen  luuidH delileth not a man" (Mart, xv?  20; :  /Jn Matt. xv. II, and verse 1.1,  of our* lesson  we    learn    that    what  ! coniot.h   on!   cf  tho   mouth,   not   thnt  which  goeth   Into  tho month,  defiloth  a pei'Hon. for out of the abuiulanco of  the heart.the month sneaketh. and out  nf the evil  heart  procoedoth  all  evil  doods   and   .words   (vh     5lO-2'.������;   Matt.  xii, 34).  No mere outward religion Is of any  eternal value, but may he of some ben*  oflt. as far an this present world Im  ���������.-rv.K'r-rnert. The great cry of today  about the uplift of the race, tlio Christianizing of nations, making an end  of war, etc., Is all from tho prbud,  foolish heart of man. without any rof.  eronco to the great Prlnco of Peace, i       >...!,....       IV IIU   UH'lli:    1,1I.l    Ui 411,7   J41.UVI  A 11    J,, .,������.,.  4.4 1.4 .,  human effort as well as all 'people  who are not God's planting must bo  rooted np, overthrown, broken to  ploi'os, nud Ilo who created nil things  hy TTffl word shall bring poacn on  earth by Ills word. Ho will upon,"  peace. Ills word will do It.'.in It  will also slay tho wicked (Ps. lxxxv,  S; xlvl, f������; lua. xi, 4), Only by bin  ������������������ '"'1 f!!'d iT'o nvtirl* vvonllnr TTlm-  ne.lf can He givo pcaco to any ���������IndU  vidua),   but   to   any   one   IbuH   recelv.  Louis, which road it   Ih believed  will [������������������,,,   ...m   He   bocomon   peaoe   Indeed,  begin'actual construction to,.the bolder lino within the next few months.  Queen Victoria's Diary  v  London.���������The diary of Queen  Victoria, Trom   the  age   of   13   until   her  marriage, will ho published In Novoiu-  lw't*   by   John   Miptiiv.   wlri   envp;  This diary will  reveal the intlniate  domeHtle Hide of the Queen'n life when  life indeed, eferniil redemption,  Mviin *,:n"-'ed over  -Dover    yeHterdny, I  No. 3 ('.'iiiadti Wi'Hteni. 14.rjf!.  Ki\luroH | flying  nonib.  nnd   no  lewer  uuin   ���������������������������.-  cloiu'ii ociui'i'i,  liicsc;   i)iiii',uu������i:i,   i it-it,. .   .      . *��������� ��������� ���������  .   . . In  girl.  Dlrclo Invade *i Bedroom Mxceedlugly Inlerenflng ure  tin*  re-  London.--Thoii'Uiuil'!   of   migratory i corda of iter roiiveniiifloii!'  with Lord  Ste*im*-r������   Talk   to   Land,  2,400   Milan  . Berlin.--A t'plendld aclileveinent in  whelcHti traiiKiiilH.dim hns been miuln  by the nfeaninlilp Cordova of fho JIam.:  buvv.-American line. White en ronto  lo contra I America the vohhuI reuuitn-  ed for thirfeeii dayn In coiiHfant com-  niuiiKiitien wiili tin* (.ei'inaii wlrtdimH  station ;.t. Norddeich. TIk> max!*  ! mum   'dl'U'ifire     etiv-jred     Wim    '2,4������lO  'the   North   (Jeiipan   Lloyd  All  prices niPiitlnued  jibuve are on  IuihIh delivery In  afore   Kort William,  k Fort Arthur nnd I)ulii!h.  leeu    iii.ii i n  in a hedreen of a Iiouba on Hi" nea  front, biuiiu; ������ntered by a half-open  window.  ,\l'.l.l..ll ,     U������l       I    IIU.IL     l.'lllii,    J l|.  I.'    >,iiil    ,i,i...lv������ir    <t"i������'.,     i,������    ..r������.  Molboutne, who gave, the Qnoon her| mllen,  tll'Hl    leimiiM   ill   ultilei.liiiillHIUli. | nivalin i  "���������"      ���������       > ��������� ���������"      ..1        .       .......   >    .  I., I     ., I    ,������, r. ..    I    ��������� ... |.,  ,..(  drawn by the Qnoon when n girl of I brokeii noiumiinieatlou with Norddolch  well known people of that tlmo. Tho I the grout out nt which mennngoH Wfro  diary Iiuh been odltod hy Lord lCslier. | oxchiiuj."   being  1,820  iniloo, mtititi  i. ��������� ��������� >.  THE    CRESTON    BE VIEW.    ORE*  A*nA "a.*j  r> i \.i ni,  P. U.  A  a j    In the A^mall Debts Court of Creston������S  ' Rr.i  I  _ liar  .VIB B  S*������ ^** ���������**>���������    bAiV  game.  s  '&.B������������������S2 #____������__#    J?__T__I_S_L     S^Fi tti&  &BB   $������BB X1B maeaXf^mmm*       ,fiT-KMr-_*i   .   ��������� lyw -iii ���������������������������iti ww1T_tT ���������  fsoiimf& shell s*ets3B*Lned to us*  Fr@@ !������#��������� &m?&r& d&**  _?���������__--���������       ==  I  The Creston Barber Sho  i  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET.  SAM HAI FIE LP, Prop. I  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning        - - 11*00 a. m.  Even ing   -        - -      7*80 p. m.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. m.  ,You are welcome to   tarry with, us.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  British Columbia, hoicien at Creston,  British Columbia  Between  C. H. Wynn Plaintiff  and S. H, Tuck Defendant |  and  W. A. Sullivan Garnishee  IT IS ORDERED that service upon  the Defendant of the summons in this  action together with the notice hereon endorsed once a week for three  weeks proceeding the 24th day of  October, 1012?in the Creston Review  Newspaper published at-Crest-on* B. C,  be deemed good and sufficient service  of the said summons,  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED  that tho said Dofendant do enter an  appearance to the said summons in  the office of this Court at Creston on  or bofurt* the 24th day of October, 1912,  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED  I  that the costs of this application be!  33are Yoix Tm4E&ik?Y'srJ! J  SECRETS OF HOME' UFE  foUaymat* made by patkots taking t_e New Method TreaimecL   They know it Cores  ES^*" No Naaet or Testimonials used ���������aitfcout written consent  coxsTxnmoN-X. b_ood disease.  Patient 3J&. 16474. "The spots are all  gone from my legs and arms and I feui  good now. I am. very grateful to yoa  and shall never forget the favor your  medicines have done for me. You can  Me my name In recommending if to  any sufferer. I am going to sat married- soon. Tj���������robing you once more,  etc."  SAYS TWO MONTHS CURED HDL  *ai!e������st Ko. 1S~65. Age 23. Stnsle.  Indulged in immoral halts 4 years. Deposit In urine and drains, at night.  "Varicose Veins on both sides, paina in  back, weak sexually. He -writes:���������"I  received your letter of recent date and  i= reply I -si pleased to say that aft������r  taking two months' treatment I would  consider myself completely cured, as I  nave seen no signs of them coming  back (one year).  _HE WOBL-* SEEMS _IFFEKE"Vr.  Patient No. 15923. "I have not had  a regular Emission I don't know whon  and am feeling line. The world seems  altogether different to me and I thank  Qod for directing me to you.    Tou have  Wa..*.       nv*       t,AVfc..<l4.      ^/.n,r.M     ...111*      ���������**.r.  "  VARICOSE VEINS CCRED.  C**? Noy ������������>8SS"- Symptoms when he 15  started treatment:���������As* SI, single, in- B  dutged ia immoral habits several years. B  Varicose Veins on both sides���������pimples H  ou the face, etc After two months' Q  treatment he ���������writes as loiioivs*���������"Vour  welcome letter to hand and am very  glad to say that I think myself cured.  My Varicose Veins have completely disappeared for quite a while and it seems  a cure. I work harder and feel less  tired. I have no desire for that habit  whatever and if I stay like this, which  I have every reason to believe I will.  Thanking you for your kind attention,"  etc.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every  Sunday   at   fl ���������*, m.  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Blake  Minister  'Q-aLiy  Have shipped to their agent at Creston  2 GAR LOADS of Farrn BmpS������rrs������a_ts  consisting of    ���������  Light and heavy wagons. One horse wagons. Plows  all sizes, Orchard extension disks, all sizes, Harrows  spike tooth, leaver arid spring tooth, One horse  cultivators, sand packers, cream se parators, Root  cutters, Mowers, Rakes, ^Hay loaders, Hay tedders  etc.. .���������.-.  Kootenay Garage Goti.,  s  OF GRESTON, B.G.  &*S. BEtfAN       - ~  <-������  G. A. M.YOUNG,  Magistrate  NOTICE  This action is brought to recover the  sum of One Hundred Dollars for debt  and Three Dollars for costs, being  the amount due hy the Defendant to  the Plaintiff. .  ���������  .  POCNBS X3? ONE SICXTH.  Patlent No. 13522. This patient (aged Ma  5S) had a chronic case of Kervous De- B  itity and Sexual "Weakness and -was run H  down in vigor and vitality. After one B  month's treatment he reports as foi- B  lows:���������"I am feeling very well. I have S  gained 14 pounds in one month, so that HH  I will have to congratulate you." Later  report:���������"'I am beginning to feel more  like a man. I feel my condition is  getting better every week." Kis last report:���������"Dear Doctors���������As I feel this is  tho last month's treatment that I will  have to get. I thought at one time I  would never be cured but I jmt confidence ln you from tbe start and you  i.~���������,  ���������,���������.. ��������� ,.  UU.C    VABAC^A    AAAA7.  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  We treat and cure VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS DEBILITY. '.BLOOD AND  URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES nod ���������_! Dise������;es  peculinr to men.  CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. If unable to call mite for a Question  B!a_k for Home Treatment.  ______**** __i _*_n_"I -^BF AH l*tter������ from Canada must be addressed to our Can*  ���������SUBS?     I^BIV^ ��������� l^a^Ka adian Corrertpondence Department as follows:  mmT^B     K__-_Ha__HBBUa_     DRS. KENNEDY &. KENNEDY. WINDSOR, ONT.  Drs.KEH-J EDY& BCEiiB-iEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,  Detroit, Mich.  Cbrist Church  Oct. i3ch (i9r,h Sunday after Trinity)  Hcly Communioa 8 a. m.  Matins Holy Communion 11a.m.  Sunday School 3 p. m.  Evensong, Sermon 7:30 ������>.m.  Philip C. Hayman (Vicar)  irtPV*.^i. *P-*\11j-\������������i>i)*������������������������������-* rt .  ^.*4*W    ���������tW*4VJ ���������*��������� lUjrj   ������������A  v>r>   ������VV*t.>r>      ���������**ir,r.'rijnii1ii'no������_  -- - ���������   vtiv     Ln-i'ii/������vui'.*������u*  1012, August 19���������^To money  loaned hy tbe Plaintiff to  the Defendant.  $100.00  X FRUIT TRE  AND ORNAflENTALS  ���������  ���������  ���������  *^p  ���������  UU_^IUII UUlfl   BjUiUlU   ii-ui uut iyu  VERNON, B. C.  #  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apolv to our local Aeent.  Wafer Noti  I  The Riverside Nurseries  Comprising J25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  r9ajfmmttmm9      jj B^SHkB  Han" mmmm*mMTmmmmm9a     mCmmtCitCS..  Im^imWnwS   ^������ sfKr^mm ffl-a   tt fflf_i__ii9   OfyG58mmmi&  GUARANTEED HOME CROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established IOOO by tho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Prico Hat, write to���������  vvALici-; y. jAwi\oi>ii, Agent, Creston, ts. C.   ���������  Fob A Licence to Take and  Use Water  NOTICE is hereby given that Egbert  Louis Tom Taylor of Creston B. C,  will apply for a licence to take and  use i cubic foot of water out of tributary of Kinp" Creek which flows in a  westerly direction through Block 9, Lot  892 arid empties into King Creek near  Block 11 of Lot 892.     The   water will  be diverted at the S. .   co   rner of  Block 9, and will be used for domestic  purposes  on the  land  described   as  1 Block 9, Lot 892 (S.E. 10 acre block).  B' This notice was posted on the ground  on the 23rd day of Sept. 1012.    The  application will be Hied in the ofllce of  the Water Recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed with the  said Wator Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Eights, Parliament Building, Victoi'ia, B. C.  E. L. Taylor (Applicant)  lllllllllllMl Will  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CjAPITaAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  yr%T* /1 ryrc   rw   T?r-T>l?T-f_TVT   COUNTRIES  J   fj.\, /-"*   *  '    JL   V.J' \JtJL- ** X     l^fl'JLIXJXmlJX <_������ J.   * W.-^   U_V -A. **.    J.   X.V.-.JA.  'l~������  Vraiin on U������e principal cities In the following countries IsHtied without  delay:  Culm Mricrdonl*  *D������nmiirl* M*"u".     .  Kgypt Muncliurla  Finland Mnxlco  KoimoMk\ New ZPiilnnu  ������l*!\Cm Mr.rwuy  Uarmany 1'iun.nm  Q j cute I'criiiu  HolUnd l/fru    ,     , ,     .  fr*IM������iti i'luliiiiiiii.. SkiMiiiii.  Attlom  ArsbU  Ar������(������nlln������ Kspublle  Armenia  Auutralla  Xuuirim-Huntmi y  B������lglum  Urusil  BuJ-carta  v.,.....  ...III!  China  Crata  Italy  Japan  I',,iIuUm1  I'luiiiiiitiln  Runnln  flervlu  HI am  Slberlu  fimilli Africa  HpHln  Htrultt Betllenienta  Hwcdnn  Hwlt������urlanil  {Jyrls  'I nruav n.<  Uliltui! atl.U.1.  Went Ilitlltiu, etc.  ���������AH sl74eB In Stan-field's underwear  ut the Creston Mercantile Oo.  Land Notice  Tlu-ac drafts can be drawn In ft'crlm*.'. Irtmvrt. innrkH, lire, kronen, yen,  4iiclo, roubles, etc., nccordlntf .0 the nu.ney ot the country In which they  are psysble. This enables the puyee to obtain the exucl iiuiounl iiitcnded.  Percv  B. Fowler, MatiaKer Creston tsrancii  Nelson Land Distriot. District of Weat  Kootonay  Take notloo tbat Levi Bent of the  City of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  intondn to apply for pormlatuon to pur-  chij:,o llio folluwint' dt-ccril'til 1i*ju1u;���������  Commencing at a post planted 30 foot  dlfltanfc in a Wostorly dirootlon from tho  North West post of Mannerio'fl Lot.  Tinman North 20 nhains; thonoo Went  20   chnins;  thouco South   20  cbaiuu;  l>UAt-i-<ri  *ttV**.4Mi#   ���������lit    ys i*4������������ 4 ������ * #1      /t^M'i'iii-.Ur*    ������*A���������.i_.  m>������ * V mm mm * t   *-# **(, t v   *^w     WMtyVSIIM        w������/MV*������*������������as-|a      m*X* Vf  iioros more or 1������hh.  Levi Bout,  Applicant.  A-/Ul,l.lk   -Oly-UOl   X,    XUJ.X..  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for Pile Wharf at Willow Point, B. C.s"  will be received at this office until 4:00  P. M., on Friday. October 11, 1912, for  J-l*.*   ^mm.f.*m..f,Xif.m.    tf.4?     m     _������1_   twinl   tf.^.^1    Km.  WAAO CvAAOW.uCl'lUlA  AAA.    cur X. 440   AAOXAU ���������XXX\A   VXXXX'  ber decking wharf at Willow Point  District of Kootenay, British Columbia.  Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at the  omcesdf B*. W. Ayimer, Esq., District  Engineer, Chase, B. C, O. C. Worsfold  Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster B: C, and on application to the  Postmaster at Willow Point, B. O.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied, nud  signed with their aotual signatures,  stating their occupation and  places of residence. In the case of firms  the aotual signature, the nature of the  occupation, nnd place of residence of  each member of the firm, must be given.  Eaoh tender muBt be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the order of the Honourable  Minister of Publio Works, equal to ten  per oent (10%) of the amount ot the tender, whioh will bo forfeited if the person tonderlug* doollne to outer into a  con tract whon called upon to do so, or  fail to oomploto tho work contracted for.  If the tondor bo not accepted tho cheque  will bo returned.  Tho department does not bind itself to  ononnfi ���������,Via lnwnnt', or nnv tender.  .       4.   "-     ' "  By order,  R. O. DESROOHERS,  Socrotary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, Soptombor 13,    1012.  NtiW������pi*poi"6 will uot l>o j_'i������id for  thi**  advortlflomcnt if thoy insert it without  authority from tho Dopartuicnt,���������2C221   -J   ��������� J. Blinco, Box __9, Creston, B.C. *  w���������GET THE-  I    mTmlam\r������kmm  H  ewrliar g  NOW '  IT IS YOURS FOR  1 J  A DAY  ^ A small first payment brings  the machine, ana you use it and  have it while .you're paying.  Tho most popular typewriter in  Creston.   Millions in use.  | Guy Lowei-berg, Agt S  ���������__B__a__tea_M^M>i__aa-B^_BA_8_gai  IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB  FALL  Footweaf  mmmm  Tor Infants, soft sole shoes and slippers  35c up  For Children, we carry all sizes and weights in AM"  HURST, FASHION, WILLIAMS and other  Reliable makes, in  Pebble,  Box  Call  and  Kid.  $.1.40 ur������  Misses  Sizes,   ii   to  2.   iu  Kid  and   Box Calf  (tO. (\(\ ir*\ (HO OK  \L/t*me m hji %jr      ������_'���������*������������'     %Xllfmd m s*m \jt  FUR KAl F  ��������� wil        ���������ajx m ,1 it.,  Fivo oore Fruit nnd Poultry ranoh for  nalo.   CIobo to town nd-joining tho men-  dows and naltablo for Mtock or dairy  cattle.    Bearing orobard bring in good |  nnfima,       Annlv owner % Revl������W.  Ladies  slices  iu * several  reliable makes  Iu Men's shoes we features "INVICTUS" made by  G. A. Slater Co., also AMHURST, WILLIAMS  aud other   guaranteed   lines.  A Full Stock of Rubbers from the smallest size to the  heavy. Stub proof shoe for lumbering and farm  work.  mma*wmmmw**m*mmmmmm*mmmet%������*maam  SH  msaa"1"-���������i  .���������iaBifMaiaijiiK'itw^;i.**r,s-!g!*il,ii.!^a;iis  a*���������tiMf^M,-^^


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