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Creston Review Oct 25, 1912

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\ti:'''^titi^^^^^^^ti^m^*mm^w^:-. ciflara on this &l^:��^ ���    L@��SAfc:'f8_
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iSir.iisSiii r.Ans
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At first the committee gave out who;
theni.; Y^?^tnSj|' *8'^i��&. .jl'liroi^^
cr^wd ati?the Sijkisifcion that.; C^tca;
gave away &||pe��:&^^
The Prairie people seemed to almost
rave over the apples. Xfteyc^
asked tho committee why they ecald
returned from LethbridK�� yesterday
Yrfth��3Yi-many-, compi��itoeot��^YM��HeSsc^ a��^
���ti;-.*--.*'*-;.^.?,.. ..-, ;..'^:..;,-- -..:--:. .-���.-:��� -;>^;^; ��� t*v.:,\'i:;;--i^v:- ''^ ���; v,:*":y*.<:
prize of the exposition, the shield pre-
aented by the. bankers of ;,Lethbridg;e
_*������._���*.- ���_**_iwf __te'Y #4%-_
net buy such -pp.co there and ~HzO. Ja
representative of Creston Frnit Qrow-
could have Bold all he could
it.in uia sot f et. tbj&^istsscfc;
''**���*"*��� ftim. vmx^xxxxxjp,..,YyAfjRA^-y.,.A*''V! <r.V'.-iir^-^"".^-
is being he^^a^S.^!*^^ y#;v���*-*������>���'������������    ^���^r^s^m,,,:^.^rr^..^t^
��� ��� .;���-.;.?.   "j;.?-,"���".���.'��� -j- '��������� Y.*.- '?-' '--���";-":'. ?":''--'-^'-"-' : ji,-?\ ..i}-'-:tX V--:''-; ;:.'-'.-Y';,' ;.'!-i*i--.'���:'���""**'-"-���"'   "���'-'���__""*"
all into consideration, al-
\the  only ^jrize': for  ���which t?re?toi>
the things which were sent do��m1iu��,
which were uses* in her own exhibit
(her swede - turnip ; and many other
things were larger., and better than
those taking the prizes), the move |in
sending the display was a decided suc-
ccss. fstom a publicitypoi_t of Tiew.and
as both Mri Bodgersjaud *Mr? Jhsc-
*���;-. ,-,vV. "���"*;;'. !?>!-. 'V,������ .f'.-r, ������?>'.;��� '?'.i ���*,-'"<?;, .-���'-*'.������''���-v'T^-r-.'"*"-","��� ���'���:.^.-,'v"'-v-'*-?���,������'���;-'-*:-1-1'"
Oas-ge Cspfcwright is puiiding a iarge
ia P. B."-
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to Cranbrook on
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_���U_ f^^jim^Jk :���': -, #-*��._._*;���-:��^j*__i_Mtt&i;i_iL'vfY'
but, who haa been stadias? f!i��::_��^-
aaer months in Bed Steer, A!t����� w
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'ti '' 'tititi'l--'.'- '-��� '. 'tii'ti'.- '.?������,'' i'ti'titi--. ���'*' ���,"��� v   J .:��� i ' ��� .-   'V'"':'-'.'- ��� -: V?^',?^v--''-"-''!^:.'^^v'*
Y; --^.ABIEiS, ;?cap.: ���::^?^^^|S^_t?^^t,
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���look:;^v<^;orir:3sia of-ti$k
Sims jiia^'_3_^i^'-^Bat-.-;iC^
:;:.=:-:..- :  :   .-������:���;>���;���. ^-��--^/--''-r?Y??^|i|||^'
?M^VE^bbia Mid 4^A��ii.��Bft..s,
hav9 beea residing st *J�� *fc!2asu3*^ ^ay and Monday
peanhreok X-sesdav.
10 room house at Erickson.
D if > ������). '-.'-��� ti, &Y5fj5 "ti&,Y:
���' :*f*?JX
fcioa at tho
The   Haweiiap - Novelty ' Oompan^
���fta'timA: �������> -in^niA-At '��.?>-'^ici.pa<��-gmTiffiat' tititi ;::;y.titii.
LA" for sal*, oar
years has bsen engaged''.ii the Jawelsy
Lascashir��^ 2ng, in the year 1820, ��&
-.:->^'.v>'.y^1--.,Y-7'7v-''-v.^-^��,;:-r,^,'i.-i���.,.v ������. -,'.���������-.-.;, ���.���--.'.��� ti,-tiSy: -:>���������". '���>-.,��� ";,'/>,.'; ;���.'���"
time in St. ijohne, N. 8. leaving fcher*
;li_��ffic*f?;-gons^ahd:;:*mmn��i*? Y"-^'^ii^
of ye^sa. Bat vrsni b*wk to ?emfcrs&a,
agaiii fro�� which place he ��ame West
_s=_*__s=ii-''B?: --��.^^ei^iiS_-l'_
��*���. a' ��r�����--;^t..
%,. A   -A.,��1E,AaKA>AK:
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>y. T. Black, of Nelson, chief of police
'tititiv&~.~m&: ^^i&ki^ifi^il 'tisG&tiase;
,--������ , ���.��� ._> .:'i .-",^;-;^;:,,'"��� *.''' ,v,'C"_
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1 '���r ���:--'"' ; -������?���.':'f?.- ,:TY^'':&:.-<;r:tii;v^a:&f J:^V.v^ft"?j'if ASS",>
<f?r_.*if.b rittf-.' It? "It was the. best- ad'trer-
,_fsateant''&^--BM_i^ow-l__i'ew ... __    .   _._  ��� ��� ���....���... ,	
-1-'*      '���T-' -::'-'-' *'-,:������'   ���'.���*.' -J *���������','   .   t\"V* '"*���"',  'r -.'������'- ���".*'. 'J-';���'������*.���<. : 'it1 "-.-!-:-- --*���; -',���- -*���*. :,-..." ��� ".v-'-i"--1',   '-'^7-.****i--.'/-.'���'���'��� .V --il'-s*-.'j-VA,'; **'.''���.*���"-""^*>V ,',*;**''^?-i'*y.iK'>i.������.'-.  ���:;;-'���.*,>.,^t-,*-n- '   -'.' )������<- 'r.'^.---J'i..::.-J-..:
:<-ti''^yiitik-^titii:ti:^}:fiti-:-^.ti^:i^ti^titi;..-;-- ;yy-i.,.:'.;^-l^\-:.-x-jri^.^^^
;;, '���'���'-:���.:. 'Y/'?'-"V1-'''_"i:'',/-.-: V-'-;'"??'V"Y-:'? :'r'-'   ,������'���':'. c:V-'-"' ���.���-?.'."'-- '-'?- '��� ^-''���'.'���Z\'. X\: ���.���.$���'���:.-. m^-^-'-ti/. '; .;y-* ,-'-.���.'.'.: y Ir S.'-i -V..'.-' '������'*.-. '^ -.���fv;,t'T^'f ������-> ^ t ���^���������v'*"-&'*':*-:r^ \
Apples, arranged  by Harry Leonard;
; ^d^^^^ispla^rlpf ?*ieM��;��?Cji>1%c&
^fit^sses, w-��tta^l^^v-tt
thoue-antisj'. ����*
'���<'Whic'hu wiii   spread '���'diiwl^oi _ ���- hiairie^
?-Y^,W''?'���''.'���"'-��� ���-'���������''������''-������ -��� '-.''������'���' ^- -v.--..,:-:
? xJrestonl^ndqubtedly hi^v**h�� ^sb;
Ygeneral exhibit in iifie 5^^v?p61|umT
bia building. Thisy,^jii^i^ii^^;
prominent people of? Nrfson <^i^*
carried oil.a special?prb*.p> aid by.f-.fciKo,
��facials in the Departmonts of Agrl-
culturo of tho yiirious provinces.y-'Xiw.
.Board: of Trade had also secured-;a
??^*��y;fevo^ 'tor the.&lB*
piajriin the^^ hqoCn, at the entrance fit
thebullding which had to bo passed
come to Ureston this Sme as ywas ex7
<&!?��� y'i^y^^^^^^'^fi.^^^^ti,
* "iV   '.   --'-'���'���*'''-"- -.'j*'j*. ){t*',''-.   '-    '.'Y":,"-   ti ���ti'.^ti';'''.   ."���-_""iY"'"C''
,?VY, .::: *?:?-',"^!^^^i'��f*'s;^
""*.'?; i...-
:Y��4.j^.^-   '.��� ,;-..'-.
4��*osflt��**jB'iif ��JM#M.-
ftksn us, we will' pay the freight-'baok
,'ZMr. and Mrs. S. A. Sp^^/'pUil.'^F'f
 ''" '''""'''''"'''''''I^iiEi^^^^i-iiwa^i^
^^^^���^i^^^'^A^^?-:S;- ^^^��Ms��^' ?^?-;!^-?:^?
six children. James;.^w��iirth���<'ojl^Kaw-
��� :Y*.?i;-i?v"-:?-:,��"i4?;^ *v^t,:'J?z^:-l'^?';^'irw.VJ"��^^.'^
da, tSot��*amr, T:-'B.x.aiW!i��^|i-;'-��*'.'!Wv;
Mop��e Jaw. Sask,and Miss Howartb,
���v?l��o was living with her father stnie he
xijjB paii imtrar-s w^vHeiaw *���. iwse
"Si_ v'-'i���ii I-7- ^tir^^^^"^-titi^tiS^ i-
W. Wfttchtfr,;;.��, OjWW��, J. SHboo, O.
'Y? *  Xm^*%tca  tn^**f%f&f*xm*
. .���,W^^���v.^'.���..- i^ :r.��� }9B
:tiz ti ititi&tiy '.^'^-^^M;^W^miWMW^^M^��^ft^\
���-���'������ cUti'i'if:ti%fV-,tif��ti:.*;.;tf
��� ���v.'Mtt__^^i.l^-.-_;.'to;____?___,.--i ,_..JHj.va.fa,:^.fe.,slr,v.A,-,^.
���.rfi'ci-.>; '
hibit were lie betait.
?:;.;f:~Au('Kiiidspr,yegjj wbie^Aa^lei^p.for.
^S^.t^tvSpCiii.ti.:[.-.'-���-   ti-ti':.tititi;-.,yti'titi-ti'ti:ti
ytity&ss ti HstJis' ''fPee^^fi^^j^B.
���fy^i&tij^ ^S;;'ytBiting' :wi-i.h??fc-3r;ap^jMm
^:':v:^? ��� '-^"'-titititi:w.;Ati[ti:' ';v ���"''''""'"; ���"', 'M~* '���'���''��� '���
���y'mmm.im^mym <.��������;�� ' V, ]
���BtanAelds underwear at the Oreatou
'���tititir^/:':'-'-   .- -. "���'   ��� .      '.���.:���' ���": v-'-r'.'*''. YY"
Mercantile. Y--'Yr;
ohen Beal Estate,
The English billiard game; played^ to
^; S. -JoUason's:aew--llliajTaY^ttyr|_wi
Saturday batween Kr.Joiis-wa^d^^^^^^
���G. Thompson of Cranbrook for i P��we.
of #60 naij tasily won oy 88 - points ?'^y;
:'Ya--.-' '^'���viY-'.Y-'-'-.Y^:'!--.-' ������'-..'",' :;:'??;'-:':-V:";.''-'?r:;:
Mr. Johnson in spite of the' handicap
���500 points, 000,being the game.    The
'������   '-'A
Donatofs to the
????'?������-?; ciub?$ho^t->P��?i4^e^;
������-.'.'.'   .-��", 'V-,   ,���'.',,;,.-..;:��� ���" ��� ���    '  ' ''��� '������"���-" . '*v..:';:��..,'.
es acicnowleged to date.
:.?W.: it?PfefiA^.-went?'.to.'Orfl^brbo^.^
ilpt^fti -..������ -.���'.���' "���'���>���" :['���'���
: %ti:.'-''ti
game was interesting beoaiue^ the men
.���(^^.-���'KW':..'..- ������',: :-,��� ������������!��� ������." . ,Y-;:'. !.������<''.-.:.���,,,'^..���;'���-���
were playing an even game without the
handicap; until about 800 points were
scored   on both sides, although there
-Bu^:*^C5o. V r5oatei^. *'OJss^;,Y#i-'.- Yti
Jaoi^^-^?- L?T.;?^T^lor?: *wd-?Cl^top
D^-&^Bop^:Go43 |lft<^;;-?:Guy:?L^
'^^ti^tst.tb\ ^B^^Y^io^'^;^?
H. Birch,^Geo. HuBoroft, G. M. Banny,
-���'���titi<-'\.ti!-.-��� ,;- ..-   ... .--����� -.-.'>": >v'.:::*;;.::.; ...'.- ���*-,-. Y-i-
;qh.M.?Guin, Fwmk:'J^ion.?,A. ���^ot
'^^YWeher, '^.!';j[_iiBD&i^;:��.'' Ho-
Oreston Hotel
Burton Hotel        ,,   .   .���
by alt goinp In.    It) W nimoi^ ��� th��t I Oreston Drug and BotikiJtix
tho   prize  obtained  by  ^elaon  was jpBuvn8
given by a oltjlzqri bf Nelson aid that
it did not pass tlnovigh the bunda ot tho
directors of tho Exposition at all.- -
.OreHton'i* exhibit Ib now to go %*>
Chicago although tt was thought at
first thnt'part of It would bo lined ��t
the Spokapo Applo 'Sliow^ wliloli ia t*V
bo held during thn first of next; month.
Owing to tbo quality of the applqa
anil othot* things p^hlhltod, it was ��.!���
..   ��> i r ���,', ���   ��� ��� ���"       ,-���>..    ��� '  ;        ,��� '
moNb doinandod  by tlio Minister of
Agriculture tho exhibit go to Ohioagu |    (  ; ������
nar. representation of British Oolum-'
bin produce,   Howovor this will lie a
good thing for Oroston ��w Uor ^HflH'
will gD with tho exhibit,
Mr.'Bodgoi-s said that Oroston could
not havo chosen better men to hatidlo
hor oxhJbtt, ��� no saiu time tne coramit-
-.������*���    ������     ' ��� ���   '    *       W  ���'l.'.'lv'''-''  ' ���
toe, composed of W. K. *-^a���J
Canadian Bunk of Oommerco
S. Speers
'l?f Ank'^J-ckBon ���
H. Walmiloy
0^-itoi Merotintile Oo.��
f_e_?Heald!' T
: ,'v6"^.
a, oo
mmnmr" m*
The members and '���heir :*^V*i''. ��{���'*.
IJJJ.J414A4A4I   frAA^A.  A�� A.A4A/.4*. .W A XVAAAAAAj.    ,|... M^^-v-��
���!���     ��� "'", ���'.:.. v.ki 1,,'','i ���', r,,'. -. .;'���  .'���',������' \   ���   ���
at ibe reiildenoe of Ohas Moore, Monday
���iienlng at 0 p. m,   [ ""'.
��� "' '   .'    * ..'-.'. . ���        '      " -    ti
A n.awiucra_0 ball *wUl bs h*!d vs. the1
,5th of  November under, the auspices
. .   A...    ^_��_A-_    �� ATk      f. *A��A��.l4_l<AM       **K
oents.   Prisoi will be given.
���"Wjelved., 8. A. Bjpeew.
V ?'      ���    ' '   ' -'��***-��*��l'
',.,r '*  '*��� ?���' "'-',? .V '.' '        *���
Mr��. J. Gherringfo��^ reoeWed ��� tele*,
gram on liuit Friday stating that ber
dod ot Billon, north of lftegina slnoe the
early eighties- waM taken aerlotudy ill,
and oi? Sr-tur.l&r morntng snothsr telegram was rooelved giving informntlou
���V**. U*.m*m*\M\��imm[n   botttAi*.       HOWIWA-
Mrs. Oherrlngt'-m left* on the noon train
Bnodny to her/athor. About one o'olbok
4 te.egftm was received by Mr. Cher*
rlngtonitatlDgthatMr. Benjafleld had
passed-kmaj during the night.
were few brUliaut plays or loiiiix ruuB ] g^th>  *w# A>  MoMurtrio aud H. B.
made. . -Mr, Johnwn then with the|Downfl# |3 eAch; G. B. Henderoon, $3���
| throe longest runs madoiutheovening,) j A   Lygatej-2,50;   r. jajpkey, L.O.
Wilder, J. Bliooo, A. ^.imm^ti-^^^
O.M.Howard. E^Botterill, Geo. Mead
and T. Mawflonjl ^eaob; B. Tucker,
A. M. Tod and 8. Poole 50 wnta eaob.
--LADIB8, call at our fltow and look 119, 24 and 27 |iolnts, forged to the
over owettpplyotMO inst] ttad in the last hundred took the lead.
Mr. Johnson mainly potted the hall or
used the fn-off; while his opponent
played a fairly strong game of billiards.
Mr. Johnsoui, althouaii an oooy wiuuer
UBually-plays a muoh better gamo and
his failure to keep up to hla standard,
was probably beoause he had the res*
paaAlbiUty cfthe order o! the hftase ��n
bis mind.      '
as it gOM, noi��f^ c^p ocntest th*:-;iaBm*-ti
titi.-ti.hs':--.:- ��������� ti'-;.ti-^-ti^ti;:.V,ti^-^^'^t,-u-^'^im.^
'���';:;'���'��� .'��� i','\.. ���'.'', '���-��������� ���.'';,' ,'.>'ij' ,'.;.-',-'-.:':.r-..l-'-:,z:-;l";.'.-?\i<X-:'.?ft!fi^
'- -:������.'������.���!::.':-' ':���-���-���- ���'���>'���? .).V"���-'���'...'ti .> ������ ;v:.-',,-:'-!:;^".x.---'l,.^i:Yi��,:^jii'y,j..^^-.-;..;^
iat.% ipaB';$SuB -,Ihliwm^^
BlBectedbyna^oblowa'teMlu whioh
course the;- flue**! fish -ijtf&i^ ;L._:i..
:w*_Ued';in:'1jy?:-t^|?gtei^-via^���^^ ..,
heatily ftUl^3��id|^
��� ������'.��� ���-.������; .''���: ������'; "..!'';'.::'i''ViJ-.-'.'.'���:-:"���'. ��� .'.���.'>'ii-))v^!V^;^'MiV-''''^'-:'.,'!ilJ'i'i
wondrous becnty and f-ivored w^^
"��� ���'������'���    '������ '��� ,���.'-'���: ���'��� * -' ��� '-^WA"^P3."��'^ii:;v'Y;:\l
and olimatlo conditions *''Wlilpty^?j|i^
��� ������ ;  ������.'���'��� ������ ���.'���������   'Vijv,.-   -��(th'.>       ,-���" .    '���,. ���'���"'.'"W',i".V;",'"i.'-"Vf."	
proached in few other Wffion_'~a*j��>fc���iM -
--Koonomy Oau Seajiers, finest in the
world, for tele by tho Creston Hardware
* Furniture Co.,  sole agents in the
Kootenay Valley.
'.������''' " '�����
~The C. O. 8. of Oranbrook ti selling
fifei Beds With mattress and spring fo*
Oreston Valley t >,.^,
;., Under tbe'iew,.-.'"flmter' of
has takan hold of 'the ^ proimo Upd�� ot
eastern   British .Oblumbia, Greatta U
....'���      ���   , ' .    ���'    . ��� -. ���'..���."';v.",������"���-.���', ?
pre-eminently a fruit prodnoiiff 'Mvtfic'
try.   Ten yean ago* there wis. p��*otiskbi\y
not an orohardjn the entinrlengt^ **&,
breath of this, tbe latgeat axB. of arabl*
laud in British Oolutfrbla. Voflay. with.
ii a couple ot milea of the last Import*>
i^iueuti^ ou tlio CiV/w'i tts&ii Il!i�� of
A number of Important w*srfutlons| ^^^^ R B4f ��i>wiwaa. ��f 1,000 ^iitt
w^aro ^*i,^fd.at,thew**;ii^ M^tetoR.snpjioaftofl vfe1 comfc^.tiway,''.
Farmers Institute
Adopts   Resolutions
tho Farmers Inafcltuto last Friday
night. A resolution was -drafted ��n-
dor-flng a move of tho government In
making cheap loans to the farmcis,
G.O. -Ventbli toilay shlpiied a largo
coutfigiuui'iit o( uppU-u amjoit^ wlticli
WaaV box qf Greenings which were so land stoeland thatadiity lio not leav
larga liiat only'S2 oould go in tho box,
-^Pedigreed Alrdalo popii for sale J.
B.HRjrden.    *v
ji. w-  u ur.."-**-'.!-  *n   "WiilmsUy, Jaa.
pton,   W. K. Brown and Walts*
tteV Jackson and Jamas Compton, in j .���������
doing aplondld work. Thoy are on the j   ���HXXlP nod took ovor our Uue of Dry
.fob oil of taatlbt", giving; xmt tho olr-4 Goods."-The Oaah Htere.
��� mm . I ii ..,
in affluenoe^on the pfodubte of ih* auti,
Hnndredaof tracts o. Jand that^quite
rocsntSy were burled'^r,der heAvy^tiiiA.,
ber are now tho a\%aa -^bt^liigrito-arda
and another requested; that tho gov-1  ndof,mWro ^h*^c   u U t|W
*'"'" .     >" ��� oouutry w*w* -.uu ��knm ��m luwapwN-����*���'��-
lily set upon it and with J a latwre ttus
only anelmatio mlud caati^eott^*.    '
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iV'i|Mf_iiii)ii_<HMi*iiii -Vj-^-v-'s''-...'  ***_ i-awrr i*F*>. - ���������-,  ������������������:T::;-Y;ffi-.*fl  '���������'���������^^:>|EJASH FOR FARM I4NDS *' "(> .  v \Ve hav-i nunihbv ol Clients who arc open to" purchase Choice, farm-  ia-nds and"will pay spot cash for  same.���������     Send  us   all   particulars   of  %V^ AUTO MOBILE���������30 horse power Re-o, almost toew, with some cash to  TO "SXCHANGE���������7~ roomed house,  modern, near centre of Winnipeg,  at $4000 to exchange on a farm.    .       ' ��������� * "  Bargains in Market Gardens and close m -create, choice vae.n.. lots  Well located houses.    All of above will make splendid profits. Whilst Y' ��������� j. , \ *  We want agents to represent us at every point.  SCOTT, HILL <&  CO., -' -.*���������  22 Canada Life Building.        Win.nipeg,  IV.an  \te for  *Wm%.-~  . ��������� ti$$&$)i: ti ti: ������'vpn.tTii.ueaL-).. ,;?:'������������������:. j-.:- '.-.  ? ^������^>u?dbn'tfsSy that -when you buy a  diamond ring worth ten pounds and.  ���������pay thirty for it. I sell you money  tiiat's all. I selj it you cheap.. I'm  charging you nothing for the informa-  iion I've ju^t giveu-you. He moved  to^waMs the aoorY-'Til write you out  a cheque; yo^ii can tear up the old note  _nd sigh thenes? one at once.  Scribhe*: stopped him-.-'.;   I suppose  he said with an assunied laugh, when  .1 announce that" I am engaged to be  Atutrried���������  Arid the mamage: settlement is sighed. .,    ,       .  .. A.   . .  You will- be good'for ten or twenty  thousand pounds, eh Roberts? Tbe  moneylendtr. nodded, he waited with  his hand on the handle of the door.  Whos jroing to .stop Francks*.: wedding? Scribner whispered.      Notyou?  Totilinnsn't ask me that,-Sr.- fcscrib-  se-r. Roberts said softly. But surely  yon know th^-^id-Samuel Sain-Sbiiry  is very keen to have Mr. Francks as  a: s_n-in-la.w?'  getting on in years now; still sae a  bad-looking. '���������  I suppose   you    know .  that, when he was    seventeen, ��������� Mr.  Scribner was articled, to Mr.   Saints-  bury?     The .law wasn't his Une, and  &o he ran away.  .-But���������   ��������� '"   - *';  Aaron  Roberts had left the room.  When the Honourable Fred Scribner  -tepped into..... the sunshine of Bond  street again'there was a cheque for  a thousand pounds in the breast pocket of his coat, and Mr. Roberts was  7ockSRg up in the safe a promissory j  _tote for three thousand pounds  Considerate Judge  Judges were very considerate in the  old days.      Lor,d Brampton in his reminiscences, relates a story illustrat-  ' Well, he continued, I found money  and I fouuu freedom, hut the greater  thing in tli-vworld was jove.      No one  can rob u-> of that? dear; you have nothing to fear.   : 'In about forty-eight  :hours,you"l belong to  me and away  we'go, far away .alone together. Lord  it's wondi,iul.',.-'���������.'.:  She gave Wm her lips again.      My  man, -she . whispered.       I   haven't   a  care in th������ world now. Mother's so to sei-uen"? an"old offender charged  happy, ev--.". R?uben, poor litt e Reu- witn a petiy theft,  hen undei-siandsv How good you've Look, said the Baron, with an as-  been to us all,; Jim. ��������� , sumption of severity; I hardly know  You wa!\ he said softly. I ve got What to* do. b*U yov. can take sl*  au idea I an cure Reuben���������by jovo   months.  we've iefi; the i>3or beggar waiting -��������� cant .lake That, my lord. It's too  outside in the car. I suppose I muc_, said thn prisoner respectfully  musn't kscp you any longer, but I, Dut firKlly- I can't take it. Youi*  shan't se������J : ou igalh until���������the day. * .crdship sees I d'.dn't steal very much.  -Take   earfe   of .yourself,   she   whis- * afte.- all.  pered, if anyth?i.g should happen Yh(-  B_-u  mduU;������u  in  un* of  his  You sil ly child, he laughed, kissing | *0w. eh-ck!.i���������*r 'aughs before replvin;-**.  away her tears - j     \^i.7"thai*s   vcrn-T ���������__;">*��������� 'didn't  They had  sptnt the day  motoring' Fteai muc!l   he ^jq^      -\vell then, ye  I down to ihe Grange, a lurge old fash-. can i&^ foUr months.      Willi that do  ti" ti      -    To Lure the Cat ���������'V . .~f.'  i>I was coming home*rather late frbm  thii theatre the other nigli't says Boi>  feng Goodt'cUow; and a 1 was quiet as  I walked down .beneath J-hz,trees vln  pur modest surburban road."     Then,  qu.ite suddenly. 1 came upon a .roman-  TT*������ !!���������������������������������!? scene l>i the frou^'garden, of  } .ope. of  the  most respectable  of   the  j villas. -      ' .  '" * Beneath t\Vo tall trees    a    fire    of  * Sticks  haa  been lighted, - a������u' over it  ���������i'bent the shiverlngtorms pi two young J  '< fadles in  evening'' dress.'/ vJ '.hotiol&dj  'to'my surprise, that one of thelfadieB  1 bad a frying pan in hat hattds, arid an  appetising  smell  of. bacon jo.se  Into,  the air.      1 wondered whether these  two products of oity civilisation, were  playing  at   the  simple life;   hut the  next day I found tho Incident had a  .more prosaic explanation.  The favorite Persian cat had been  missed during the   evening,    and' at  ing this.  Baron iviarti-i, a famous English length hart been located in the upper  jurist of tne oh! school, whose native j houghs of one ot tho trees: All  .enlency and SvMise of fun Qften j bmndlshnients failed to persuade" her  placed him at ������h--, mercy of the -very ! to come down, and yet her owners  men ho  was trying, was once about 1 refused to lock hor out* for the night.  " At last they remombered that Bhe  would always mako her way into "the  kitchen in tho "morning and sit sniffing .it the frizzling bricon, and they  decided to fry somo bacon at the bottom of tht* tree to iittraot her.  After half an hour ovor the firo'-the  ruse succeeded at the cos-t of two bad  colds.  ~iamm������wMfmimimmmi  ____   *������������������_������__   ^em^fm *m***^*      ^  "*^__^  a Two Meanings  'Mother Iwhose daughter la engaged  to a younp farmer)���������Don't you had"  Bo- rather rough? '   '  Daughter (blushing)���������Yes, ma. And  yet he says he shaves every day.  -Hio--ohly daughter is r���������..._._...-_--_   ���������  -.-ii ,.hfA oin't i ioned house Francks had bought about  forty.'tnHesj away fiom London on '"������  North,. Western  line,  ���������iheir iionif". and" they  iast six i_.onLhs in  furnishing it and I     y\  laying-"out' ihe grounds. i p--s  It doe; '  tbat-  me gonerai   impression  four mo iths7  Nay, my toru  VAAAA   A   : .....  ..'-  Lt was to be s either, was the.reply,  had  spent  the'   . TheL, tak' three.  That s nearer the mark my lord, the  soner '-"aid. approvingly.      But I'd  seem a. deuce of a time to! ratttier you mad*, it  two, if you  will  wait until Fridsy,": Francks confess^^d.; hr* **<> v'iq.i  still keeping har prisoner. I think 1 [ Verra v,Vd, ������hcn, tak' two, said the  must see vou to-morrow. Iris. Why ��������� judge with th** air of one who Is  on earth -sliou'da't I? ' pleased io have* done- the right thing  We're .vxry   silly    *?he   smiled,   bat. -,t last.     And inlnd. don't come again.  I should foei happier��������� i if ye do, i'il givo ye���������well, it all de-  There wes a knock at the drawing-; peuds'  | loom door.   " F������.ncks'    man servant;  , ^_  j was -discreet.      Can I spe_k to you a| MinaPdrs unlment Relieves Neuraigia  ! moment, cir? i ������������������_^   j-     Francks Eitood with his back to the] ,J'"   _ "  wladow.      Ye't, go i*,head  Very   Considerate  Weil, said the superior.perai  bt-eiUH   io   b������  ihat pivvnilti among tne rnasses  I'll have you understand, sir, that I  am not one of the masses.  I know that, yawned the sel,f-satls-  fted iii-.K, -;eitir.g up,      I prefixed the  4m* merely out of   consideration    for  yoi������.i" ieoAiXtfgs.  two Weanlnfls        ,'"-   Y  Mother (whose daughter Is ongageiy-  to  a young farmer)���������Don't you  find-  Bob rathw rough- c      , ���������   M.  Daughter (blushing)���������Yes, ma, _.Uw-  yet he say,*.'ho shaves every day.  SHIP YOUR   GRAIN   TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  B  Bills I^wlns rcacj;  Port Arthur  ITAlfa  ^i^;   .-.'"Wf ������_,'-* ������   *,*>",, ���������' ���������a\ Jllii I-tJ>*Cffi ���������  UlberaS  Advances  or Fci*t  nam.   Notify  Prompt Peturns  m..      mm ....rniji.  Best Qr.at**s������  DAUV'V  unit i o  uruvr  itixia  m  More Abou  in  the ; W1������'���������: ���������������������������--... ~  Ma-fair I     '?'3:**-, ma!* cl^^J "is throat a littlo'  "    *        *'    ��������� ������������������j������-    and  sauced   at Iris  and!  t?  Francks  asked  impat-l  Truly British  few   stories  of  battles  so  Psrhap.,  ���������      ihoroiigbiv Illustrate the true British  spirit and tvay of doing things as the  Uttlo incident -* a reconnaissance be-  -   ���������"������������������ .. _e       ���������Vl������u  Ul...    WUJtjU  CHAPTER 1,1,  Well,you are satisfied?  Jim  Francks  was  standin  drawing-room of his flat in .ua...B...j  lLhard-y resembled the'fiat of a bach- j ?^*Y?r,ilv*  cldr; it was furnished siinply but with j *"^4���������L--S,  exquisite taste; the furniture was cov-i .   vvnatr.ss-  .      . ... ... .      ." -       ������������������ I   ICJltlV  <rsd  in  cninjSs  e*nini*s  curtains  nungr *>-**6;---";  --': ������������������  -upon the window.      The carpet was {      *GUJe.'" -,.    ^^_    .  -urole. the wall-paper green; the..tew 1     Good Wd. -.Frances ^.-���������-r-.r-    _i        ..      t ,   .,   , J 4W    ^  pictures' v/ater-colors, bomrht for their! sounds^ if 1 wfre a ticket-oMeave   lerrib.e tt**p. and. discovered the dan-  beauty, not for their signatures? There I ������?u -witb;..the:-po*iae after m*,      Out} srer only 3ast yd. time       They turned  -   - i..._j vnth it, Barnby   who on eartn wanU i io vch^aX., an^ the Zulus poured in *^  ine?     I r>>ld you I was engaged.       '< vcUey  which brought down the grey  tut? man coughed apolo- ��������� i orse of a mounted infantryma*a,~Hls  ax4.i.^   i^i~   xie".1..1 ���������������������������  ti nAi-n,,re nleise sir.! Lord William Beresford.v.*as the hero,  iancks^   laughed,    iti     The Britisl   were almost led"into a  ".as a profusion; o.f.. flowers, but the  only photograph in the room was the  photograph of. the woman he loved. It  _(ood au h plain, silver frame beside  -a large bowl jQf ��������� -roses, and Jim held  +h_ woman herself in his arms.  You ar3    satisfied ?    h e    whispered  again, as l?a pressed.his lips to hers.   .  How  otoP answer���������you've robbed \ h���������}*eT or ?aper-hasger or  The rest  I know. r*ir. .���������_.,>, ���������~ -^-^  getleal'y, it*s some mistake, perhaps.} .ider Tell nead foremost.  If you'll come lato the hall a mmute������������������ thought both man aud horse werek'll-  Frahck^   shrugged    his    shoulders. J fd at first, but ihe former soon strug-  hii. hand, took Iris's for   gled to hfs feet, with his face covered  Forgive    me,    dear,    aj \vTth -bioca andj.dazed with his Sail.  stretched out  .moment  some siioAi  i-ora  me ol my ���������..._......  It's good to be a robber? he smiled.  It's 'good to-be loved, she said laying  -her cheek against his. Satisfied?  Ch, my dear, it all seems too good to  he true. I get dreadful little spasms  of fear every' now' and then, almost  of terror The* two days that must  .elapse before I'm your wife will seem  *ike two years. it seems impossible  ���������that mere men anr women were meant  ip be as happy..as we are.  Jim latfgi.ert and again held her in  liio arms.      Twer.t'y years ago I set  ont in sd'iroh of happiness, the Ncv-  j*rr-Never Land.     I ran-away from the  stuffy ofllct. whflre legal red tape was  -trangl'.ng me;  I was only a kid, but  1 swore to find E Dorado.     Even then  I knew tho first step towards,.it was  money, thi'i: me iti*. freedom. ,r..-I never  looked   ba.ik,   Iris; t   I   fought,   1   won  my way  "-top hy' step,  and the  first  thlpg 1 got. wnff'f'i'opclom, and that wub  tnplendld.   s.nd   then   I   made   money,  that   was   good    too.       And   then   a  ���������mirncle ha;ipen< 1.      By jovp, it hap-  .   oened  Jiut in' time.      I  almost fancied  myself  in  love  with   the  wrong  woman, but I met. you.    Wp did not  know en.cn oth������r, we-hadn't been In-  "  Iroduced.      The    moment   our    eyes  mot wo k������i������*w, didn't wo?  She   nodded,   and   ran   her   Angers  through hla shoVf.crisp hair.  vViiiie.1-    Beresford,     seeing  idiot. ^^.jti..^ __������.������������. i v'*"?-- ^ad 'iappj?iAi)d   pulled up, and "in  tre i���������*fr Vuf- roonA v. .t.i ths ~e5"."���������n^.. *\i^ fa.ee o^ d.u^n.j.C'irig ItOSi-5- o-l* veiling  closing tho door behtad him. Who j ravages, within easy' range, quieSy  the deuci :s it. Burnby? he cried im-, trotted back aud told the man. to  patit?nt*y Why th*? deuce didn't you  r. v.H him iway.     1 told you��������� j  :   He storij-ed a. he saw a police con-j  stable  standing -Must inside the do^r. !  The man saluted, then took a slip I  of paper f:*om the breast of his tunic;  and hand" d it. to Francks.  What oi": earth's* this?      He opened |  tnlm  - .A.   .. .  With a cool courage scarcely second  to Lord William'c the man refused,  noble fellow that he was, preferring  the certain sacrifice of his own life  to th������ pr-bablhlv of destroyliSg his  preserver.  The remv was admirable, terse, and  Baby's Own Tablets are baby's best  friend and --he mother's greatest aid,.  The*, cure constipation, simple fevers,  break uo colds, expel worms and regulate the stomach and bowels.   Con-  eerninc  them  Mrs.   Napoleon -Pelletier.  St.   Marcel.    Que.,    writes:    "I  have used Baby's Own Tablets for con-  stinatlon  aud   slninie  fever for both  my little girl of three years and my  boy of four months. and have found  them entirely satisfactory and always  ke*p them in the house."    The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box frorn������ The  Dr. Williams* Medicine    Co.*.   JBrock-  ville   Ont.  "-.���������ry ir.usb*iTid considered a verv long  *l_.e before he proposed to mb; he  \\as very careful.  Ah, it is* -alway- those careful people  who get take)* in.  ������������������ f   Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will drive worms from    the    system  . wfthout injury'to* the child, because  ! Its  action,  while fully^   effective, j is  mild.  The Son���������Mo'her. I'm going to have  a little slater soVie day, ain't I?  The Mcher���������Why do you* want  one? - -  -"ne Son���������Wol������. it gets kind of tiresome always teas'ng th'e cat.  1  i  1  i  I The Loading Flatt-orm I  Hi *C W-  the  the  in  forced  elevator   o-*aers  t The present generation of Western farmer*- will^ -never know  difficulties anl vexation0 experienced hy   thei- predecessors   lu  earlier years Then no one could get a carload of   grain   shipped  bulk except hv loadlne it through ar, elevator    Tbe - system  the majority of farmers to sell' f_elr grain to    the  at arbitrary prices, and* oft tlm������s to Submit to heavy    dockage   ana  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction.    Now,   however,  the distribution of cars as fixed by the Grain Act  and the use off the  loading platf arm, provide facllitl ;s which enable ths farmer to secure  satisfactory treatment in the disposal of hla fi-raln, and the highest  market priceg at time of sale.       _very farmer therefore, should moro  and more endeavor to use th������ loading plat-form li  chipping his grain-  to the terminal elevators.      It-is the safeguard-of the.farmers" freedom In disposing nf hl*?> grain to the best advantage for himself.      Ii  farmers refrr.ln from uslnp the -loading platform freely, it might re-  ��������� suit in Its halog done away with, because    railway    companies  4������ud  eie'vator'owivsrs ar������strongly opposed to it.      U m easy to understand  'why elevator ppopl.-> desire the loading platform abolished.    The railway people o-i iheir part say lt delays'the leading of cars aud helps^to  , ensure car sno^tist?.      This we know ti he nonsense, becausp fre-  m'oTitlv pf**-." r*Ar-*?-,.-'ra .londed. whether with strain, coal, lumber, or  other mef-chandise. they are sld ? tracked for days aud    even    weeks  f^utpsfi nt h.-xn? pro-Ti"������t!v rnov^d forward to destiration.     It Is engine  A-hor^jirro 3t>.i <3>.ortfis**p r������f comopt'-'nT tfaln men    that   mostly   cait3_9  .-ratn blockale? on railways and not Isck of cart,.      Let every farmer  ' therefore, do all he can to use thi loading platform and Vepome an in-  cjp?*������p'a(i*int shipper.       In suost*i.erit ���������nuvertis'S'V.snts we  ,   detnll the -savings and other "advantages of direct   loadin  compared with loading through, elevators.  ���������vll state In  .into   car*  't, reau it iuroiigli. iuuivr-vA m. mt- lun-j le-uiij;. Jhe savag-es swarmed closer  stable w; li a puzz*ed frown. 1 don't i ..nd closer, bullets rattled around  understand. ��������� " I rham;  the two who lingered were al-  The man passed his hand across his   most   wi'hltA   reach   of   the   assegais,  mouth.      tie was Car more perturbed   and Lord Willifm said:  than Francks.      A summons, sir. he  paid husk'ly.'    It ought to have beon  srrved before.      Th*������rB was some mistake, we tried to find you at Amer-j  sham. I  Amersh���������m ��������� a    summon4-!        .Timj  Francks-laughed, unfolded the pan^i* i  :md read i' again; thpn a frown knitj  _is brows, verv slowly the expr"Ss'-')ii  on his face changed.     "He read the  Get up- cr I'll punch your head!  Tbe man obeyed and   rescuer   and  rescued escap ?d.  i .__������_____���������������������������^..^m���������.���������������  One Board of Trade electrical unit  will keep a' sixte-an-candle carbon  lamp ialight for about sixteen hours.  grading at time cars  of   sale   and   msk<?  Eczema 25 Years  Cured bv "Gutieura"  i r.  r- ���������  Mme. 3. n.  r n n 11 (1  on treat  ,i Leg like Raw Flak from Knee Down  slin of pi'per over three tim^s.  ' To appear at Gla*"S Street Police  Court "oh, Thursdav the fifteentli.  There is some mistake. What the  devil does it moan? His good humor had vanished, he spoke angrily.  This is some trick, some joke.  The constable tumbled with the  handle of the door. lt ain't nny joko.  sir? You'll jiirtl have to put in rn  appenranee, that's nil. Good 'morning, sir.  He let himself  out of lhe flat quic.lt-  iy with a sigh of i's'lef.      Franck*. did  not. see him go, ho was staring at thO|  blue   paper   ln' his  hand,   reading   it]  ovor for the fourth tlmo.    Thero was  no. mistake, it was a mi mm oris to up-  paur nt Glass Street Police Court on  his wedding day.  ;     Hip weddiiiK day!  He luuitiu-d, than  | checked -himself quickly.      It was no  , huighlng matter.      The chnrg������.������ wns :\  \ serious ono.  1     Of  course   It  wns  a  mistake.       It  \ conld not ho a trick, thero wjm no one  r who'-'w'buld  piny  suoh a fool.l������h    one  on hlni'      A long tlmo piiHSfd, nnd ho  Blond  quite atlll  ill  tho hull,  look!neat the atrip of hluo pnpor.      Almost  unconsciously, nutomntlcaly, m^niory  wna onrrylni"* him hack, he was search-  i Ing the pant. ���������  .  *  I (To be Continued).,  Labrador, the great peninsula on the j  cast coast of British North America,  has an area, of 200.000 square miles,  but the population Is only 4,000.  Exclusive of India, the British Army  baa eighty-three troops, companies  nnd other formations of Iloyal Engineers.  He  A    DOCTOR'S    TRIALS  Sometimes Gets Sick Like Other  People  for  ,i������  to havo my  try U10 CuHcur.a.  _i__  Will do uny. k<������*U.'    .  Sf  wii  pwlwl   from  t\w  tiSii *4vm  UKc  a. pi-ci- of  'm  *'t   hxvn   hrrrt   tri*at-*il   by   iloctoni  t 4wonts-ilvo yonni lor a, inui ciuu ot v^f *>���������������>  1 Zm lcc.   They did tlw-tr t)������*s������. l������ot failed  ^mZi.   My ovm Joctor had wfvUwd m������  % havo my Ir* cut off. but I amid I wou d  lT.i:II������i:<!t.".l   lint.        I������ ������������iil,  ���������<��������� \:k: Y fin Tint ihlnl-  Al   11414   HUl'-   '"���������>  Unco down,  ni  Um. -*M ufco * in-- ...  raw J.������.l> axuX  jjjul lo wftlk on cruichCAj.  "I hou_ht a '���������aU������ of Cuticura Soap, a bo*  ' of Cutlcum Otnuncni and ������ IwUla of cuiiwira  Sf���������   Affr tho Untt two trealincnw  i    ihe ������������������veltlnK vtmi down anil in two nioiulw  iuw-d ������n.l the now Ma grown on.   I to d������#ci<*r  tinill'I     11.������������������      ,,..,.,,,.    Tl..^,.,,1.^.   1    lllltrlll   IllAVH    ���������  ���������'-'-   ���������       . .*.������...   ������...   .,,,������  lliiiy   !*.������,.������    ��������� .  ("iltlrltlll. wroiiKlu  and  None of His Business  A   Burgeon   dwacribr:;*.  *.i  remit,.*Utihl"  case of u  pntlent'B confldonco In his  inndlca' advln'M*,  Whon I was n studnnt. In Tjondon 1  bad nn Irish putiwiit with a broken lt'i^.  Wlii'ii   tin*   pl'i-uor   i/.iiHJiii,!-   >.'.i:,     r; -.  inovfd   and   a  llghtor ono  put.  In   lts|  place,  I   iK'tlccd  that one of thn  plnn I  in   with  great, difficulty, nnd   I;  lout my *iwi'.    > .*"������  woiirturful runi  l������"������l  woiiut.iiiii  ������������������"���������--; ,, -     t j^i-iiiy u-h ntir������  ft., ".funirf-il. ;  ya, wore than *��������� .-iWi-^tfcm V/.V^'^.K i  ;���������rt H.������Ht *^nowlf.-Mr^in**rU *..;;;;;; .;.;; ,  VVI'llt.      could   not   nndorflttind   It.       A   woelii  nfU'T-wiiriiri,   on   riMnoving   tho   pin   lj  roiiinl lt lind Htuclc hard and taut. :ind|  I  wuh   roi'������'������'il   to iv-movr*  It   with   tho  foi'cepH.      What, wiih my aHtonlHliinont  In making an o-iunlnatloi), io Hint thnt  ��������� lu* nln hud lnu'ii run through thi' Hkln  i h'.-���������'. Ia.i.'i-...: ..." thro���������,*.,���������.!'. '!'." '���������!'*���������������������  Why   I'ut.  itiild   I,  dUlii't,, you   iuiow  tli.i*.  J'ln   wri"  Kllf')<h*'r In  yon"  ������., },i; ;*ii,-i- (.)! did,  rt'j.llcd ������*:11 .   Ibit  I   thought   your   honor   hnowod   your  IjlllillK'HH,   no   Ol   hilt   UH'   lollK'Hv  Even dalng good to people is hn.rd  work If you huvo too much of lt to  do.  An overworked doctor tell his experience: *  "About three 'years ago ub tho result, of doing two mon's work, attending ti largo practice and looking tutor  the details of ivaother 'business, ������uy  health broke down completely, and' I  wa_ lit tlo hotter \than a phynlcnl  wrock.  * *T suffered from Indigestion and  constipation, loss of weight nnd oppe-  tlt;?, bloating and pain after meals,  lo,3H of memory and luck of in-i've  fG,rco for contlnutid mental iipplicu-  : tlon. ...  ;,      '  "f bocamo Irritable, easily angorod  and dOHpondont without cauao. Tho  heart's action bocamo, IrrcKiilar and  wojiu,' with fri'mionl. uttiickn of palpl-  | lat.lon during tho first hour or two  I after retiring.  "Soiuo (Jiitpii-Nul-H t'.nd cui. hanaitaii  came for my lunch ono day und  pleased mo particularly with tho rf-  suit. I got moro siittHfiiciion  frim It th.*i.'i from anything I had oat-  ������'ii lor uioiuii.>, and itu fiirllu'-r 'iir.f.t'.  gallon and uso. udoptod Ornpo-Nuts  for my morning and oven lug meals,  served usually with 'oi-oum and n  sprinkle or suit or HURiir,  "My Improvement wiih rapid and  | iii.rnu'iHMil, In weight its well as iu  \ pliyi-leal and mental endurunce. in  j n word, I am lllled with the Joy of  i living again, und coiithine the dully  I une of Oriipi-NutM  for urinikfast ami  !   /'.''.,!)  f'.sv tho  '<wor*l������i'**fr'iTi������>'iJI'.',  HOW'S THIS?  We r.ntor One Hundred Dollars Reward  for any case of Catarrh that cannot be  cured bv. li'all's Catai-rh Cure.  P.   J.   CH1_n"_������  ������r  CO..  Toitjuw.  O.  We. the unde^siuned, have known lF.  .1. Chonoy fcr "no last IB years, and believe him perfe'cU honest ln aU business  tiansaclions ana fliiatiplally able to cas*ry  u������t any obligation': made by his firm.  -\VALDIKG   KINNAN & MAilVIN,  Wholebalo Drueelsts, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is. tak������u Siiteriially.  acting.clii;eetly upon the blood and mm*-  ous surtapsa of tne system. Testimonials  sent free. Pi Ico 75 cents per bottle.  Sold  by  all  Druggists.  Take Hail's Family. Pills for constipation.  Scottish oil companies alone have  contracted tor 200,000 tons of oil fuel  to "be supplied to the Navy.  ���������  -     ,���������.... x  A certain European regiment stationed in Northern India has' *i colonel  who has only once  been,...seen  to  laugh.  A private-of this corps, while ,n prisoner ln the guard-room for n military  offence, bet the flortj-oant of the guard  (lve rupees that he won d make tho  commanding oilicer laugh when he  was taken before-him'.        ....  In duo course, after reading the  charge).-the colonel a������lted the,"prison-  We nand'e the fatAut-rs grails sti'iCuiy ot  advances on car bills of lading,  sunervise  th?  are inspecte-t. secure t> e highe-*!t prices- at tl������-  prompt rs-.-i*} when sold.    Writo us for shipping instructions and  market information... ���������**���������*..  S Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  70.-70'3 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE. '     ' WINNIPEG. CANADA,  or:  Have you nuylhlng-to say?   ���������'���������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� I won't say anything more about it,  sir, if you won't wau tho^ unexpected I  reply. '  Tho grim face rolnxed, but tho stern  decision camo all tho samo���������Foui'topii  days conilned to burrocks.  Defined   .  Here W'.llle.. cried tho boy's fathor,  evorybody will bo calling yon a Uttlo  gutton. Do you know what that  is? ;  I .'.uppor.e. r���������'���������,>Hod Wilho, It's a big  glutton's !itlio lioy.  ., iii.ii limn.. ������������������ illy        ���������i ��������� ,'* I .^i ,������.-���������.! ���������  That'fv arrant, nonaonso, Hald Mr.  Henpeck. ahoul. thoro "UlwayH booing  room,at t'..-o top.  ,  Oh, his wifo tiiiveiiBtlcally roplied,  whon \vfre you up thoro to soo?  BROKEN        CYLINDERS        AND  ALUMINUM  CRANK CASES  and all Metals, welded to perfection  hy tho Oxy-Acetylonc Process  THE   HUB   WELDING   CO.,  Rear of,253 Sherbrooke Street,  Winnipeg  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL I  71S MAIM ST., WINNIPEG    |  tew'eJobrs south of C.P.R. D������pot  Rate* $1.60 to $2.00 per day  -'��������� ;v...i:,-?i.iiii''i<iliiiiiiiiiiiiinii������ iii . '  Culsino unexcelled  Hot arid.cold ..water In everv roorw  No More Aothmn. Hr. J. T>  KolloRR's Asthma Itemedy sounds tho  doitth knell of this trying trouble It  stops the awful ehoklim and painful  l brfi^'hliir'. I* runrilM n������rnIiimI. iilxhl  n'ttaolifl and gives renewed"ability to  Kh������( p and rest tho whole night long.  Much Is olulnuid for this remedy, but  nothing hut wlitvt can he demonstrated  bv n trial. If you nuffer from n������th*  m������ try It and p.oiwlnce. youreolf of its  great value.  so intoird^  /fmB?rmts^y.op^\.  P_O0R  Bre&d   !  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  ' A recent return"ot women 'bankrupts*  ��������� -is,    yt i e    under take rn. ���������  two gardoni'ors, six tobacconlHta, and-  sovon.turmors...  I    Lady of Houuo���������What cauBed you>  to hor.omou trauu.V  ' lliiggod Rogers���������-Tho family phyplu*  Ian, mum.     He advlHOd mo to tatte  .long, walk.-, after mo moalo, u\\' I'v5  boen walking after o'm ������v<ir alncis.  T'iftltor (oyolng Blty)���������;Aro' wo going-  to Vivo oomo wi-t? ' ,  TVi> IJoaUiuui-r-wo.don't.mind lt wo  do 'avu..JIubI! om.     Thimlt yo,u, sir.  of  From tho Hulled Kirtgdom It oogtiii-  !*lS'S.n'*1'***-i!!!'-*p<*n'*n n word to send a-  to)ounnn , to^ Dutch   Qulantt,   South.  Anierlcu. '  7vJv*lt't������.   For a- lltH'tftl ������������ny'������" l"1 ���������,";',���������  -���������a-i,. book. ������������n.������ t������   Pojt-'r    ;. * O.  4U ColumOU'i A������������.. JHonlou, U.J.X.  wltli  Corp..  Can   you  Oil, dear, no.  W.  N.  U. 021  Tommy  iii'i'!  (Jrnndma  Hfiy   ti'ith.  Tuuuuy    H'.-M   ifoh   afi'-r  I eoimi h������ek from school.  rat   nuts,  K,i'!'iwl-|  1 haven't  Hi.'ni>   till  *"11U!   little   pilU'P'lU'i.,    "���������"���������uii   ���������V".'1'   '"  W< llvllli',' found In pligs.;* Is'Invar-  l'lhly ivivi'd and handed ������'" some  needy iwit'.ent. along wiih the Indlr���������iied  i-.-nii'dy,."  "'I'Ihtc'r   a   reason.  Name ���������riven   by    l.aiuiuniii    romuni  l.ll., 't       41.1..,.,.; 'J.*'       .  Bv������r read tho abovo I*tter7 A  i-xjvY un- nppcaro from time to time-.  Tbey -*rr (iceulno, true, and full of  hur**i������n lntei*"-������t.  t wan simply ii iijiuHtlon of voracity  I ween us. s������Vi thn oldnst. Inhabitant.  li'* c. llnr. t������tirl 1 ���������������!��������� Id "he wiih  It  bet  nil  u^H.   I  I'-ne.  Humph* r<vl;������liieil t.he virago pot.t-  niaater. That'll the first time 1 ever  hoard oll'iur o: you telling the tritlh,  ��������� vi   I    >i   ���������<    ..���������.���������iMa  '4-'.   litnUr.  l.JU   ,U'���������       ,��������� .  ,i   MlrHhl*i   .ili'K'lutely   nafo?   . , .i  B'tre,  rtiiilleil  tl*e  nioeliuniciitu.  HoW?  Disable* It bott.re it uoti* a chanco to  eiivg  ti*i*  ii'or.iid..  Customer- That coat I    bought  you yc'ijtorday 1" full of, moths.  Denier--Well, what do you expect  for HO niMits-^-hntterUloB,  .       ^..~   ���������  Uouhu c >i)iu' uuoir iuuk a I ijiv j.".'*,-'���������  on t.uy moi'o?  Nn; Hevi/ia" of the prisoner** objiiot-  od <������u tho ground thnt It wat-n't Included  In  their  sentenees.  Mlt-n I'aMiiiiyr-rY.ou.jpay wn������or wi pm  iiniiH, imjl imijui laiiiiitii, ,.i,j....j. VC  rather hinii u k.r.,tl ������h-,g than uorac men,  Mr.   tthiwpo��������� Well,  uomo  ttum  are  born luelij .  Dr. Morse's  Ixkoliaii   Hoot  Pills  arc just the rlfftit medicine for tlw  children. Whon they are constipated  . ������*-wh������"ii their kldndyn ar** out of order  -������������������when , ovci-taduiKciivu i... ior.iC:  tiivorito food glvcri them iudigentioh  ���������Dr. Morim's Indian Root I'llU will  *' qhlc'cly ft'nd' surely ppr. t-hi'm riaht.  Purely vegetnble,tiie������* neither tiifhru,  wtakendrgripo,;HkcharHhpuryutlve-4).  V>IAU������lA       >A4l4t        C...IA4.A..I   ..       llb^l.ll        I',  .I,������,^.,������ l/j.^r.h''. m lv������y Vtf Dr. ���������Mnrts'm .  Indian Hoot PlIU In thcr houwc, Thoy f|  iHmmp  *H������   driild-r-Bm*   W������aS-  ���������'11  '������������������'I  MU^UM|MgVjT f^4  iliilili'llTiililiilii  tftiigHH-  ������������������gjj W&if.-:  ���������titirt$yit  ���������������������������>.*>'���������  x-.  KS;;^S.  i-s^iSitis^Sia  \.f. jTHa-Ti^SJJSBgJS  'tiZFtiSZ-StiSFgM  :.'i-l'''5:^;'Y;ii??iS$  .'.: Y:'~ Y:??1^?*^  tHE^QJ^^K^^VlgW.,    CRESTON,    B. C.  /  j"..  :������.:>";  itades of People  }tak������:^!Cp^S'i EMULSION^ regularly to repair wasted vitality and  ��������� enrich; t!he -blQpd������������������to--withstand  winter colds and.'exposure.  ' It '_6ntitins the highest grade of  cod .liver oil? medically perfected;  ft/Is' a cream-like food -.medicine,  "scrupulously pure arid healthful  ���������.���������without drug or stimulant, indorsed and advocated \>y medical  authorities everywhere.  SCOTT'S EMULSION drives out  qqldsr���������nourishes the mem_ rahes-  of ihe throat and lungs and keeps  tHem healthy.  frothing- eqtsals SCOTT'S  EMULSION for lung and bronchial  weakness���������-sore, .tight, chests and  all palhionary troubles.  TT^i..'.ll..      f. f. ^ A       t s.m       i... ��������� m m. Xm  .     *-. ^J AA AA A A J       gVJVJVA.      4   AA A 4'14 A. AA-A A .A O , ..  children or adults, bufjyou: must  have '&������~@TT7������$s''--:    '���������- ���������' ���������'���������  SUCCESS OE WINNIPEG  PERMMNf EXPOSITION  .; Scott "is.aii lirviK'. Thi onto, Ontario  m^imimmi*mimmmmmmmimmmmiim*mm*mummmm  12-56  My Kingdom  Down by  the shyning water well  J found a'very 'ittle dell,    "  ��������� No .higher th4T.11 :my head.  : ���������" ?"_ he heatl:er?������iihu? the gorge, about  ��������� ",- -'-;  ; ?in? -summer bi6pm?were^coming out,  Some yellow and some red?  " Hi called the littie pool a'sea;  Tho little hills were big to me;  J. m,a:'e, a b.oat,       ...j ......... .Y  .._,.?.-���������  Fbr I aaa very small.  .  X made a boat, I made a town,       :  i searched ���������the caverns up and down,  And named tnem one and all.  ..And all aOout was'nvine, I said?  The little sparrows overhead,  The little minnows,, too.,. .  This was 're world, and I was king?  ,-���������-��������� For me? ihu becs^xiame by... to sing,  '���������,   i^or me? the jswailpws ^dew;.  ? ���������*.  IS played ther? were no deeper |seas,  ;  :Nor any .wider.'. plains than these,  '   Nor other kin^s than ine.  At last I?heard my mother call    ,  <Out from tre iiouse at evenfall,  To call me home to tea.  And I mils'- ris ��������� and leave my dell,  :;,>And:Jeav** my^dimpled wate/ well,  ? Y,;Ahd,lea^-c jhyYheather blooms,  Y? -Alas," and ,a������ .myhojeae I ijeared.  ??_low: very big my, nri#je appeared,  Y'^YHcw grtaf atCd cool the rooms!  Y1?Y?K       .   ���������ftobert Louis Stevenson  ���������:���������;:������������������������.;���������;-���������--���������<!���������:    -     ?=���������' ~****"���������~  Wktitititititi   s       -, ^Defined? ^  hti Y?Here, WI lie, cried the hoy's/father,  ??fcie.verybody will-be1 calling you a little  ti'ti. glutton. -, Do you know. what that  tititi;j&XC:   ~"        ���������   ' *  I   suppose,   said   Willie,   It's   a   big  "���������k-i.iUon's little boy.  '*>'���������������������������      ''.    '������������������')     ���������-...���������'���������'.*���������,' * 't'f.4    '.     ...' ��������� ���������, '.      '   '.-   '  ?SV ���������-���������'^Y^'-.'Uiicie'S Undoing?'Y  Uncle*? saldY little. Johnny, tell me  "?Y.,how you chai'ge'd-with your war-horse  ti���������������������������: up Athe^ pptetmailgeiter's Drift at the  Yrbead'<n ydi&r? troops. ���������'���������'���������---- Y  ti: Well, said the battle-scarred veter-  Y-an, I -.mounted the fiery animal, drew  ti'say sword ��������� -from '-its scabbard;  ?��������� rose in my stirrups,-cried 'Forward!-'  ���������'-.and eqjik .the p^urs deep in the qui-v-  : erlug' ���������fea'hks* of diy gallant steed.  ??���������    Yes,  said the boy breathlessly,  go  ' tititn, uncle., tell me the rest of it!  There Isn't any rest-Johnny, said  %: uncle,    with a    digb.       The    horse  fbucked.  Industrial Bureau's Big Display of lnv  dustries snCl ? Natyraf    Rtisourcss'  Attracts ThousanqsY  Communiity iJadvertising ? has been  adopted so gerierally throughout?WeS'i-  Canada, that the subject is one of  general importance, and methods successfully carried to cpmpleition are of  absorbiing interest to many Western  _anadiai������3-.  .No. other city on the Am_ricam Continent, has a fin^r_,or.better equipped  permanent exposition, foaturing industries ' and . the  Natural  Resbur.ce-  of  the c5ountry,?tiha;a?has the city of Winnipeg.      This big permanent aud free  expositi>on,?conducted, under the    auspices of the ..Wfririipjig Industrial Bureau, was started iajjt Spring and during the, pa,������t six months. Commissioner''Chas. 'F.' Roland    estimates,    has  been  visited by 700,000 people.      In  addtUon to the fifty-four exhibitors of  local industries, there are how 24 districts of the West, which have secured  space and are advertising their communities      in    this    exposition.    Tlie  places represented at the present time  in this handsome .and conspicuous edifice on Main   Street,   are.:���������tjrandon,  Man-.;  PorUge,la Prairie, Man.;  Re-  giria; Sask.; Saltco*>ts, Sask.; Dauphin,  Man.;    -Melfort,    Sask.;     Souris.  Man.: Yorkton, Sask.; Meiita, Man.;  Prince     Albert,     Sask.;       Emerson,  Man.;     Oak  Lake,  Man.;.* Camrose,  Alta.;  Selkirk,    Man.;    Moose    Jaw,  Sas>k?; Birtl-,-Jlan.,; Lemherg, Sask.;  Virden? Man.;. L_combe, Alta-.; Swau  River  Valley,   Man?; ? Vermilliion,  Alberta.;   Swift  Current,   Sask.;   Este-  van; Sask., and Bat-tleford, Sask*.  In  addition to these there are handsome  and costly exhibits of the Natural Resources of the West, by the Dominion  and Manitoba provincial Governments  and the Caaadiffh Pacific and the Canadian Northern railways.  } With this splendid representation of  farm, forest and mine of the ���������Canadian"  Wesit, arranged in attractive form iu  easily accessible a-nd central position  in the metropolis of the prairies, its  raljie as a factor, iin-tihe ssttlement of  ���������the country can*.ioY?well be ov^r estimated, and  so populaii" has the .Exposition become as an adjunct to local methods of publicity, that the Industrial  Bureau  are now  coin plating  extensive additions to ih*? floc>r space.  This will ,aec*oimmodate anumlier. of  exhibits of'-'Made in Winnipeg" goods  and  wiii  provide aaaoihey opporcunity  for^'a 1 limited'   number   of    ambitious  coinmuni'ties to secure space.  ' In* Winmipeg. the gaite\yay city of  the Wei'sit. all the year round w*ill"be  found visltora from all parts of the  World, in seSreh of opportunity in the  many attractive forms this .land' of  promise presents. In the permanent expo-l'tioin that city has exactly  what' it needed to arrest the immediate attention- of the stranger. .Indeed this "temple of opportunities" as  New Trans-Pacific Steamships  All Trans-Pacific records are expect-  'ed, to be broken when the Canadian  Pacific Railway puts into service .its  two new: steamship(s, the Empress of:  Russia and. the'. Empress of Asia., The  Empress of Russia .was launched a  ���������.couple of weeks ago at.the yards of  the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Ehglri--  ee.ring Company "at Glasgow, Scotland,  and as a result, will be the first of the  two-new vessels to feel the swells of  the pacific. In the meantime, while?  the vessel is being completed, much-  discussion is heard among traffic men  as to just what effect, the new boats  will have on TrausrPaciflc shipping^  Canadian Pacific offlcia s themselves  .believe- that the introduction of the  new boats into the .service between  Canada and the Orient will mark a  new epoch in traffic on the Pacific.  Certain it is, however, that whatever  other results are felt, all present records for fast voyages between Canada and Japan and China will be considerably lowered? 'Tlie Empress of  Japan at present holds the record for  the fastest voyage the Pacific, havitig  made the distance between Vancouver  and YokohOma in 10 days, 10 hours,  and 4- minutes, and between Vancouver and Hong Kong in 17 days, 10  hours and 16 minutes, .incsusive of  stops. The Japan however, has only  a contracted speed of 18 knots on the  measured mile and 16 knots on a sea  trip, ;while the new Empress steamers  are designed for a spe^ed of 20 knots  per hour. This great advantage, in,  speed will undoubtedly mean a big reduction in the duration of a Trans-Pa-  cifii* voyage, and, in fact, sonie shipping,  men-are of the opinion ?that the, Em:,  press of -. Ruasia.i-.will cut almost 24  hours off the Empress of Japan, Vancouver-Yokohoma. .,.-;,:  ������fQ;0rVrV*  \rxxxjt    gl/uu  IV        114V  oflYNO  t������ *>  .Kecommciids Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound  .for Backachef Nervotas-  he8������, Headaches.  . Lyndon, Ky.~VI havo been taking  - lydiaB.'plnkham'BVefeetablo Compound  for headachea.'ncuralgia pains, backache,  nervousneaa and a general run down condition of tho Byste-n, and am entirely removed of theao trofUbles. I recommend  y^iur romodloB to my friends and givo  . you permiaslon to publish what I write. "*  ���������Mr������. H. Von Rourn, Lyndon, Ky.  Whon a woman llko Mrs. Von Roden  ���������Jo generous enough to writo such a let-  i tor an tho above for publication, sho  nhould at luudt ho Riven credit for a sln-  i corodosire to help other suflorlng women,  for wo aHBiiro you thoro Ib no othor roa-  ������on why sho should court sucl* pirtSfclty.  ���������Cmuullun Wotiiun'H JCxpurloncot  Windaor, Ont. ��������� "The birth of my first  , xhild loft mo a wrack witli terrible'we, ok  pi^to sua -^s, t-  WI!l:!i;t#timMtititi;l. not bnvo thone wenk  apellH and I feel Him  a now woman, since  taking   Lydia B.  Pinkham** Vogota-  bloCompound, lam  now woll nnd utrong  and can do my own  hoimeworlt,   I do  not take medicine of  any kind.     It waa  , jbyaia ��������� j;;. rmiciiam'a Vcgot4ihlo compound that restored me to health. "���������  Mm.   Roni'nT FAiitnAntN,   75* Pnrcnt  Avenue, Windaor, Ontario.  If.you iri-nt irfpcoUl nrtvleo ���������wrlto to  4.j uin. Ji.. i ink'111111 iut'uieiiio t.i������. i,v,oUJi-  Jtxm,t*f,1\    V m,.m       *<���������-.-,. ���������t'...^������,.l,-������|ll  i  Imm* mm* *.*"** t     ��������� .j   k������t.tji    .,. *.������,,������. .������ >.h/ij.-������,      #-a   k-���������."���������.-������       9% m*n*>  1*0 opened, read anil luinuorrd Ity a  Vtoihim* iiiwl h.l.l in ������trl<*t ^ouudenco.  it has beeny called, is usually one of  tha first places the sightseer ylfjits  In Winnipeg. Here the visiitor' may  catoh, almost, at. a glance, agood/idea;  of the sort of city. Wininipisg is; and  what sort of country lies bcitMyreea*. ttie  capital of Manitoba aad the'Rooky  Mountalin.s. Here he will obtain' im-  foTmatiion, maps, photograpJia aihd actual products of-the ,s-Uof the ditstrlot  in which he Is. interested,, perha-ps  tihousands of miles away.  ONLY ONE WAY TO  CUREJppAip  It Must Be Treated Jliroiigh the  Blood and die r oisosaous Acid  Drives Out  The twinges? and tortiires of rheumatism are not due to cold, damp  weathea* as so many persons suppose.  Rheumatism comes' from poisonous  acid In the blood. " This is a: medical  truth which every sufferer should realize. There is only one way to cure  rheumatism���������it jtaustvj be treated  'through the blood. All the liniments  and rubbing aiid -b^-cailed. electric  Treatment in the, world, will not cure  rheumatism., and' the sufferer who  tries them is not only wasting money,  but is allowing the trouble to become  more' deep-rooted in the system and  harder to cure .when the proper remedy is tried. '<"Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills make the new, rich bipod of  health, and in this way drive out the  poisonous acid which causes rheumatism. . Thousands ot.in'Stauces.of  cures might be given? among which is  the following one. Mrs���������-G. R. Dul-  mage, Chej-ry Valley, Ont., says:   fl  vas attacked, with rheumatism which  gradually grew worse,, until I was confined to Vny , bed. For about-two  weeks I had to be shifted and turned  n bed as" I wa3 utterly unable to help  myself. .1 was', under the .doctor's  care and so far recovered tha.lv 1' was  able to get up *-m<:<" move about, but  the trouble ^till remained in my system. If I put? my hands in cold water, or if .1 wejii out in the evening or  in d^mp weather' the trouble* would  return, aad for four years I thus suffered from rheumatism, until I began  to think it could: not be driven from  my system". Y Finally I, gave 'up all  other medicine and begam to use Dr.  Williams'. Pink Pl^ls, and after using  them for a couple lof months I was  completely,''c/ure$;?������nd have not had  a twinge of rhieiimatism since. I  can recomme'iid the Pills to anyone  suffering from this: trouble."  These Pills are sold by all medicine'  dealers or by mail at 60 cents a box  ittSe BoysVy^^  V  i  ' 13 right,    Pure chocolate, pure mslk  and pure sugar���������^-'that's what Maple Buds are.   They're  'At'.AC.tf'**  AtAC������AW  Xi >__  nicy i ���������   s  wholesome. The children may eat all they want.  Maple. Buds satisfy their craving for sweets . arid at  the same time build up their little bodies.  Buy Maple Buds at your grocery. Teach the children  to spend  their  pennies  for these  vvholesonie swee  Name and design resri3tered,  Look for th������������ Name.  Ihey'r^ not Maple Buds y^^0^  unless they're Cowan's z0&0^������^^liXem  '��������� "        i-'^^-^^^^lri-Sl  fflri."-"���������.-���������.���������-":������������������":���������:���������'"���������*,������ aa SB _?_  jesrmm.;-.: .���������.���������,���������.-:-���������.:'.<",".%V.-Sl-ie-M  _ ���������)Tc<b^.t* *_ . 4, * ������������������������������*.-"������������������ "o ������ -,������������������*������, ���������taeswv^a.'Btf  *A������/."aa__.- ���������.���������.���������:���������.���������..���������.���������.���������.".������������������."���������:��������� ���������<-m.vm*imr6  THE COWAN CO.  Limited  ^l-XI  i.nformatiou"Va:y'Te"ob^      Sven- [or *,x hoxes for $2.5Q from The Dr  qunry, and the raillways repre_enteil  will sHiow how the district may.-be  reaclhed or a tour of iinispection '^on-  ducted 1n, the beet possible way". '��������� T.f  suoli a vlsitoi* is interested^ along industrial liuea he has before Mm oop-  jnr demoniStratiion'S of what is being  done locally anid will be told of opportunities offered in his portilci������lar.line.  Thiiifl fiort of Investiigafclou. which pro-  vioualy might havo taken days, can  be conducted with tho aid of tlie Bureau's Expbaltton and staff In a few  hours, and reldahle informntlbn secured regarding sourcos of supply and  raw material, transportation faoilitiea.  freight rotca, tnido .possibilities, and  in short, nil mjvnner of informivtilon pertinent to his enquiry,' under one roof  and obtainable without effort on his  part.  - Of course the building has othor  use-, combining l,ni8it.nictIvo displays  of "Mado-In-Wlttnlpog" goods, museum  and art section and numerous meeting placos, Including a large Convention Hall capable of nccomnnodatlng  4500 people abitl otlrar features of lo-  enl I n ter en t, and it 1n m<)wl, heeomlug  tho public forum nnd centre of civic  llfo lh Winnipeg.  Here, visitors f*\M$ Western Cn.n-  ndlan paints aro n'tae mado welcome,  for It iiB Mm hollof of tihe WImnilpeg  Indufutrlnl lluroiau that tho dnvolop-  monit and progroH������ of "Wlnmlpng aro  closnly Ideintlilod witflt that of tho groat  agricultural Went,  Williams'  Ont.  Medicine   Co.,   Brockvllle,  In England the first dock was constructed at Liverpool In 1708.  When j-folng away from home; or at  any change of .habitat, he Is a wise  man^who numbers among his belong',  ���������Higrt a bottle of Dr. J. D. kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. Chnngeof fobd  und water ln some B'trange place  where there are no doctors may bring  ou an attack of dysentery. He then  has a standard remedy ut hand with  which to copo with the disorder, and  forearmed he can succeS'Sfully fight  tho ailment and subdue IL. ....  W.  N. U. 021/  Theao Pill*** Cur*������ fthnumBtlnm.���������  To tho many who Buffer from rhoumn-  tlflim, a trial 6t Parmolno'H Vogotahlo  Pills Ih recommended. Tlioy havo pronounced notion upon tho Hver and kid-  tieyn nnd by regulating tho notion of  theso orgnnH net as an alternative  In preventing tho nd mixture of urlo  acid1 and blood I hut ���������eauweiH lliln puln-  ful  (Unorder.       Thoy   mimt   he taken  or* frvivl I ii o- tr, fllrnnl lonni nnil mmrt nt/io,l.  lly  and   Ihey   will   Hpoodlly  give  ovl-  denee of their beneficial effect.  Art the F.mn!ny nehoo!  teachor en-j  tprert hor c������aariroom ������ho saw leaving  i..   . ....i  y      ..  ���������,���������',,���������.,,   ;..i..,  '. ,   ,  . .... I  "*    '.'  ' '   ' ���������      ���������"       I > "  ���������    '������>���������>.     "I.      .Mil.   ���������  i mnHer h-other. I  Why,     Mnry,     you     aren't     ���������������������������oingi  cw.iy? uho .ixculmoi'. In mirprliio.  IMeathe. Mlth Anne, we've got to go, |  *vau thn dlbLrcujii-d    reply,    Jlminy'th i  I Lhallowed h<th,collection. j  China has sixty-four treaty and  othor ports open to foreign trade,  Minard's Llnlmciit for sale everywhere  mmxmmmmmi*.    nww  For tho United Kingdom tho overage Btrongth of tho Regular Army la  252,000, including offlccra and mon.  Very Mortarfylno;  A doctor alii hin trlond woro out  walking toftotlivr ono day, and they  iinBHOd hy rouio h.nuRen which the  doctor had built nnd ownod, nnd  which ho could ooldom lot. Tho  doctor remarked to hJs friend:  ..I lost money whon   I   built   thoso  hOUBGfl.  You, nnh! his friend, what you gained in tho aooth* you lost In* tho mor-  Mir.  Will vou Idqqtio of ills IOS  **"������ .    -^ .    "-   ��������� ** ���������'{''������������������:  ;V ������������������-. r"  \m ** mm   . ������������������   X ��������� "��������� -tf-^ '      ��������� '��������� ' e i  Glll^T^rizS Qd^^QS^tirln pries?  ���������&%&&������'���������  ^   -".rai-ivi- win oe twelve  cash.  ������������������^^&^- %T^mj^-^^  COUPON  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY  I IMITCH  Herald Building* -Montreal:  Please: sen.d. nje, full particulars of  the 1912 Farmers*. Prize Contest, and  a free copy}af'yo'*ir book "What the  Farmer! Can-PoJWi.th.(Concrete.'* .  T  V  43  ������'  I  I  I  p  I  !  i  .������.  i  i  J.  Address.  . ���������  J  I  I  prizes in  each of the nine provinces (108 in all)  ^  in the 1912 Prize Contest for Canadian  Farmers.   The 1911 Contest was so successful in awakening interest in the use of Concrete on the farm, that .a  I    second contest, in which three, times as many prises are-  offered, was deckled upon for this year? ? ���������   Ys  The Contest tfii3 year is divided into three classes, "A,** ���������  "B" and "C,** and there will be four prizes in each class. (First  prize, S50; Second prize, *J25;Third prize, $15; Fourth prize, $10)3  Thus there are:three g50^pri_es, three #25 Prizes, three $i5 '  prizes, and three $10 Prizes, ;fr:>'ea������,*^������oi>^  *__   __e-^*���������i*-_'-^i       -r������������������������������������   ���������������������������*,)���������***���������''������*!*&'���������*���������������-.,���������.   ���������*   -**'      ���������','   ' ��������� iwA^'^iifew-'.. ���������'���������  BESC-tlPTlON OF CLASSES ^ "  In Each Class, tiiere will be First, Second; Third and Fourth Prizes."  ($50, $25, $15, and $10) for Each Province. ^^^---'-<'v^'  CLASSJ'A"���������Prim to..be ������wirded to tlie four farineta ia eich proVincc who ������te motl  .   ���������;-....     Canad������" Cement on their farms in the year 1912. .v.    ._;/....  CLASS "B".���������Pr'izi-i to Be awarded to the four farmers in ench province who send photo-  .,-, eraroj Of the best concrete xocrk done T-iih "Canada" Cemcut ou .Uielr  '-rro* ih lOll       -.       .' -- r-.-. .   ���������-,  . - ������������������.-       . ,-_  CLASS "C"���������-jf*riae������ tobe nw*.rt!e4 totfee four fardsers In rash Tsrines who send '.s     "*~"  "feSSi-  ".the best description, telline bow any pleci- cf concrete" *ark~m**~^nK?Ath \\W&  mm-^....    .- ���������    "Cariada" Cement,     (Entries for Utls srize muit be accoihianled by ylioto- '  -���������   . craphsf'tie vorfc./     , - i^.,      .        , -    ,.       r.?-*^?"?*^  Don't think' that you must use a brfrequantlty of cement in ordert- x  W1? ������5,r,2C'   The a.uantity of cement used does not count in Classes *'BM  and    C. '��������������������������� Many of last year*, prize winners used very little cement.    *'  When you enter the Contest, you have a chanec to win a cash'  prize of $50 as well as  the certainty that  you  will  add a permanent  tmprovemenl to your^farm.    If you haven't a copy, be sure and ask for  our bookj "Wkit the Fanner. Can Do?With Concrete."    It will hot  f-Wy^Mffesl* manjrJmprovements that you can use in entering me Contest, ?  Out "win tea yOU au aiiOiji die uacof Cy^icrctc ov. the farm. .>.,:,���������.-.  Jnrt tprlte your name and address on the attached coupon, ttt use a 'jH^^  postal card. and. we will telid full partic*ulari of the Prize Content      -     ���������  and a copy of    What tbe Farmer Can Do With Concrete" to you  absolutely free,,       tHt ���������'������������������-..  ' Address ������������fcUdty'M^ag������f"' -'^^^  j   Canada -cement  Company  )i   50!   Herald Bldg.     -,,,- 4 Montreal  WHAFSAT THE BOTTOM  OF KIDNEY TROUBLE  Thoro aro jniiny causcn at tjip bottom  of an attack of kidney trouble,-���������ovor- eating, over-drinking, heavy coldH,���������these  and other causes often cause Illnesses  such aa kidney trouble, firall-stones, Uld-  noy-stonos, gravel, lumbago. But no  matter what is at the bottom of tho dls-  enso, thern Ir now a sure and aafe euro,  ono that acts quickly and without fail.  Tnat remedy Is Sanol, which ts already  well-known to tho medical'profeadlon or  Canada ns -well as to thousands of sufferers, from the disease named above.  Orto Wlnnlpcf? lady who Is well and widely known- W'U"' eured of uail-HCones bv  SANOIj.'after sufferlnB for 1'i years. So  ���������jiateful' was she, thnt sho has sent to us  n larR-o number of people to bo relieved  ot similar complaints. Wo tlo not caro  whoro vtho reader of this parairraph ro-  sldes, wo can give blm or her names and  addressoH of people In his own town and  .liicuUly wli/o hnvfi been cured by gAVN'OL..  Wo Will afyo kIv.o the liamo and addi-es-i  ot tho lndy referred to, whoso complaint  bad troubled her for such a long period,  and who ls now completely cured.  SANOIj Ifl' nuimifaoturo'. only by ��������� tho  SANOT^ MANHKAOTirnTNO OOM^ANY  OI-* CANADA, IjTD., 077 Main Street,  Winnipeg. For'Bala by all diUKKluts or  direct from tho manufacturers at Sl.CO  per hottlo.  I SANOL IS SAFE AND SURE  \MmmmimmimMmxWZS  "Satripltsi free If you write National  Druu .ind Ohemlc.il Co., of Canada,  Limited, Toronto.  Behind nnd Before  Tho pntlonoo ot tho iBorgonint-major  was woll nigh oxluniBtcid. Tho ro-  crulxa in th������ rhUng-jichool.jvoi'o hopo-  boafl. It flc-iuod aa If noiio of thorn  had ovor had any nrovlous ncqualnt-  anoo with n horse.  Out) -of   tiitJi'ti  dtyi/.iiiiiu,     it      |K>mail>iir,  Vv./j-.-iu lb-Hi tlid rc:.-.t. TI(- liad'a x>w-  Rlatont luihlr. of tumln-j*: hin bond  round to huvo a. look nt tho roar of  his flory atood. Tho aorRonnt-maJor  had nlrondy romomt.ra.l6A with hint,  hut to no ftvull,  Look liiM-o, my hou. Ih* ivxii-ed. Huvo  you niwor noon u horao'i* tall boforo?  No, nlr, came Iho ftmart nnd prompt  roply. 1 havo 4ilwtiya utn>n It ho-  hind!  ���������Poor old .Tononl Ilo "hud n wlndfnll  laitt \vi-!flc.  A wind full? Thmi why do you nny  poor .Toni'H.  Well, you hoc, Iio'h an nvlnior,    *  Mlnnrd'n   Liniment  Curnn   Onmlnilt.  Deceiving Poor Polly ���������������������������'���������  The Goodleyp have a sailor son,  who on one occasion brought homo  a parrot for the amusement and en-  Hghtmont of the family. They kept  It for the sake of the donor���������on no  other account would it havo boon  given house room Of course, It was  a perfectly respectable bird���������occasionally; but on Sunday ovenings,. when  young Mv. Saintly r>R!d his regular  visit, It was deemed advisable to cover  Polly witn a cloth.  Recently,* however, Mr. S. took ad-  vantage*, of th<* half holiday accruing  to him through tho Shops Act, and  made an extra call on the Wednesday. As he was ushered ln Miss  Mary Goadlo'y dexterously throw tho  clotli ovor Polly's cage. Greetings  ovor, there ensued the usual awkward  pause, which was broken hy a squawk  from tho covered cago.  Well, I'll bo everlastingly blessed,  said Polly. This has boon a thun-  doring short week!  Scono: A smoking compartment In  a railway carriage.  Old Gent (to Pat, on furlough)-���������  Young man, allow mo' to Inform you  that, out of every ton cases of mon  Buffering from paralysis of the tongue  nlno nro due to flmnlclnp*.  Privato Pat���������Sorr, allow mo to inform you that out of Ivory ten mon  suffering from broken noiios. nolno  are due to the habit o' not minding  thoir own bualWKHB.  Wlien Balti-ifg  ore you na careful about the ������*tt you i������e, at I  yott are about the flour or bakiug powder PI  Poor anlt will rultt a baking, just ua rnircly  n.1 poor Hour.   In the kitchen ami ou. tho  table, une the une, pure 5ft  **-5_J_r _������_ p  kj������'i5dBBf^r  uls,poranto has more than a hundred  inngns*lnoti nnd 'journals of Its own,  which circulates in evory civilised  country. v  CLEAN  HAND������  ri,*..,**,  **tmmi>*'  v������vrio  Hnlfirl'M*    of   prorr-ifialoiiiil  . haRoball  pluyi'ir. In iho ITnll'od SlutOH of Amor-  < hut run**-*, from *li,0uo to *Jlu.tJ00 tor a  ' flooaon of nix moiitlm.  ***m&*xj^"r^  15o o Tin,  Mkiu'l I -j* \%mmn tnnl you with ��������� fhr������p iMltallon  BMAPU tl.aORIOTrMt ������m) UIIMT IMNI>  OMTANItn. Will r������mo*i, ������r#MMi ������,������������l ������*mU*  mt mil kind*.  SHAW'S SCHOOL8  The Central Business Colloge, Tc  ronto. with Four city Hriuich fiohoolflj  ���������^Tho Central T-mlograph aud TUillroaif  aoh.00! .and Tho Shaw Corroapojidcucc'  Sohool, art* row commonly known ai|  "Shaw's SoTaaWIs."     Jn these eohool  ������ grout work is being dono in tminlhi  young  pooplo  for  biiHlmeiSitfi   puraultil  an.l for ������-*amfn/** nood ft'iihirlo**.      Th*|  annual curriculum In lnterofltlng am  la mailed freo on Bonding requoat U  W.  H.    Shaw,    Pre������ldont,   Toroivtol  On,t.  A good atory In told about a certah  notoiloub nnu/ofnetor, which ia calcuf  la tod   to  make  nowfipnper  roiKirtorit  uncertatn and iuien_y as to thor ultll  in/i(o fate.  Tlio crlmlnul hart boon sentenced tr  death, and tho last penalty of tho law!  win*   nbnut  to  ho  rmfon-nd,       Ao  lu  stood ou tbo ucuffold while tho flnall  iirr..ngoinejitfl   wor."-   comploted,     lusj  tiliuuiv iiiiiujii  Wiili  iiiu |.,iiv ui iiui   uT i-iit,  fam, the chiiplnln, and ovon tho hangl  man; hut. to th" hi'WHpaiK'r mnn wlioj  wim I'l-urit-ut lu* uiiiiply. noildoii, nonJ  I'.hnlunlly. Hiiylng:  Tii'iu, old man.     Ho<v you later on.l  MW     *A,./fc^. v. *A<Vi*||  a borough councillor unlo*wn h������> In  boroUKli elector or tho hnrrujgh, ft-nd!  Iiiim during the whole twelve mmtjlht-l  pmcmling tho oloctloiui romldod In Vhal  i horouoli.  mmmmmmm**  amam  (iiaaiiiiiitti:Mi(i8_i;fi8ai1iM:i^  iB)iiiiiillli-ffll*WI  g|gg_a3g)i!i!^,a'ff������^ mmmmmemtmhmmimtimmmmmiiiiim  mumuuUu.mxm...  EH E9QSMG  V.  ��������� /���������iTT.'-  unur.*  0������*T?Q������T*/\M  _������ _?\7T1_ ���������__*  A.WJUI "J/JtiEi ���������������.��������������� ,  CRESTON,    B. C.  ,M,ipnH������.  rn-  The Creston 'iRtviel������  '^^T^^T^^^s^ ************* ****** ftte|-  jag and Publishing Company, **���������������  "W. B. McOunss  Editor and Manager  o *Lv/  XX ^  A  ,    .       , ���������^aA���������aA Advertising medium of th������ Creston valley, oir-  T_������ Review iB tbe actoowl^dtidv^Bmg^^um o^^ 4^^^ and  eulating ������������������r^^tti% Owadvertisiugrates  reaching out. in a broad manner int ���������"������������������g������nd printers' Board ot Trade,  are based on the scale of the Q^3naa _? r^"stotntOTy time. Display adver-  tod pu-obase ^^^^ centapef li/eiLt issue  tiwments.lii^rinoh^rmo^; Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  sad 5 esnts p^r line te ^u^^o ��������� -^      Jn mot,      of ^ m-  t^?Tnd?h?weHSfof^h^mmunHy.    03_tributio_8 must be brief and  CALGARY HO  Sfi   __  _1  b iiinsv  __-_  SBHHHj  rDCQT  Representative of   Paper  Visits   This   District  rr*SS_ -.    V1.|-M4*4AM    -k-AT   5 7  fi ISvK TV iSts-** *#a ���������������*���������  In the Oreston district this year ovgt  150 tons of tomatoes have been grown  and marketed at prices averaging 43_  cents a pound for tits rips ertiole nnd  1}������ cents per pound for green. Sua?  thousand plants set out on one acre oi  land have yielded 15)������. tons of ripe and  green tomatoes. In four days this same  patch yielded %% tons of ripe and 6  fcoai of -_B_n tons-tcca.    Another ran-  M ������-** ,  ��������� oher -who impioved   the   son.bearing J  lhe Leading  Hotqi of the  Fruit   Belt  YOU will make no mistake  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.  I Know  Ihnl  UQI  ������������ -| ��������� _ , I      Headauarters for Mining Men,  H   j Cult   digain J x,umbermen,   Ranchers, Tourists  aad Commercials.  3_ I  {Continued from Page 1)  j rears with vegetable growing, in one  jyear sold $1,100 worth of cauhfiow  east of Kootenay lake, and by virtue o* | ....^t^^. aad rip6 ^g %&&& tomatoes  ibis loc_tivn is some twelve hears elesei | Jf ^ WBOBB-s jjS estimate- tbsfe "1750  to the eastern markets than any other|yMae6 profit. Another rancher at  districts In fact, most other s^^^^fiariciMon, one mile from Creston, toot  are twenty-four hours later in d������Uvww|4_ctons of ripe tomatoes off 8,000 planting goods to the big centres of the east. | j^ j^ and wUJ j^ ^p f;W0 toa8 ol  In the handling of perishable fruits it u | ^^ ^^ ^ ^ tMM p**^,  readUy apparent that fcwenty-ienr hours | (To.be continued)  is a big margin in time.  With every Nyals Family Remedy  ���������2. you  purchase* you may   know what  drugs are use4 in its Composition, by  referring to the "Nyais Family Chest"  a Booklet supplied Free, ask fos it  Nyals Kidney pills Cure Backache*  Creston Drug&Book Co*!  "*  A Farmers View of  Financing the Farmers  Oreston town itself is as yet only th* j  business centre for the rich area sa*-  rounding it.   "While not incorporated,  __������_��������������� of the homes and business bous** j  iu the town and near it have running I    We ^ vjjo-y th-i the power behind j  water from the mountain streams, and | ^ ^ya^,^ which produces the basic  _ movement is now afoat to seek incor-1 safc5������_a__ thai. g���������  jsosstion and make possible the  e6^a^ I _nd1ns.int3.i_ activity iii all Industries  S  lishment of a sewerage and water sy- . |g j^ famjer.   fhe lubrication which  stem for everybody. An excellent water  power site capable of producing som*  8,500 horse power of electrical energy  may soon be improved to bring light and  jrr--___r  _*������-*    ^a^aI    W **-���������������������������-������������������.���������--. w_5*AiV*������r������  power tq th*j secfcloa  *}flR    *_������__  on.     w nen ���������sbsss  ob-  ������������  EBEr  ETAIL  Agent  for   Semi-Ready   Tailored  Clothes���������Gents Furnishings  ___    mm  _**  _riiuii^  ���������J&  i  1 Transfer S ivurv and Fesd StabSss 1  (Best equipped Livery In Town)  All class of TURNOUTS snpplied at abort notice. The latest styles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle end pack horses a  Speciality. \  Feed for sale. Agent for the SfoLaughlia 3������s_?g. *5o. Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any hour of the day o? night.   Commercial men and iandseekere, -will  receive prompt attention  <_  $  H. S. McCreath, Prop j  m Phone 56  ���������jeots eye' adcomplished the district of  Oreston will be one of the model communities of the Dominion, for the climate and elevation (1,500 feet) are won-  derfnU* conducive to excellent health.  Sages cf the frnit lands say that a  fruit ranch- iet. what you make of it.  Given first olass soil and fair weather  all else depends upon the rancher.   Certain records already established by in  dustriouB men would seem to indicate  that all things are possible, and the general results establish that fruit farming  is a luorative business.    A third olass  of men who take to fruit gro'wing alter  the situation.     They  are  the retired  folks; men who have tired of wheat  growing on the cold prairies; men from  nil walks of life who see in the healthy  valleys of the west a oomfortablo rest-  tog-place in whioh to spend advancing  years.   Many of this class having money, improve it and onltivate it at will.  __��������� rank and file of recent day settlers  into this new Eden have come to make  the most of opportunity. That they are  succeeding is verified by the thousand!  of aores of land that have been transformed from wilderness into orchard*  ���������fthe growing of large fruits has not nt*  tained is position whioh commands eon*  oidorfttton in the world of oomm*M-e.  Tot there are many ways in which the  Industrious man and woman can improve idle hours. For a few suggestions  ���������long this line a visit to Oreston is well  ���������worth while.  To pluat cm c>rci__d end trn.it idly by  ���������until it is ready to produce fruit ts a  oostly procedure. Out this way tbe  folks don't wait. They are alive to ths  demand for small fruits and v<-g������labl*������.  The same ground that is nurturing In-  oiplont fralt-bearlng trees is also busy  ���������tftislng buropor crops of tomatoes, on-  lonn, colory, com, potatoes, strawhorr-  lay and a host of other things that havo  m UM|M IMkMA  in our modern vivilts&tion is- required  to make this energy carry the heaviest  load and the wheels of industry to revolve smoothly is finance, money,  Sspend o? contract ths application of j  this and the pulsation up or down will  be felt i through our whole national  fabric.  Reftlizino* the Test. Bdvants������'e attained by having a sufficient supply  on hand of this lubrication���������money  many of our present day noted men  have to some extent become what we  i  may term, capital mad, and   in the  general clamer to posses ic have overlooked to apply the required quantity  and quality on the bearings of this  hui-h power behind the dynamos���������The  Farmers���������which we recognize as the  prime generator of the comodity���������  Money, It ib felt mud acknowledged  by all, that the products of the farms  is not up to the demand or the distribution is falty, hence the fundamental  cause for the high cost of living.  To fully realize the difference its  the productive ability between two  farmers, one with and the other without this comodity-���������finance���������-it is essential to have been an observer at  close quarter, or bettor still to have  passed through the experlencoof both.  Such person should be most useful  in assisting the government when  framing foundation for laws, intended  to supply this wants���������that of financing tho farmers,  As the conditions are different In  each of our provinces thoy should  all have a voice in this counsel, so that  such laws could lie enacted that will  operate to serve the tiller of tho soil in  | all our province*!,  Another guide, fully as important  Is theaqualntanco with laws operating  in other countries relating to this  subject and having proved their merits  or demerits and with such a combination of information our government  Miiouia be able to make laws worthy  th������ imitation by others in financing  tho farmers.  O. J. Win-on.  The sixth anniversary and Thanksgiving service of the Creston Methodist church will be kept Sunday, Nov. S'  when the Bev. A. E. Smith. B. A., of  Kelson will preach at 11 a. m. and 7 :S0  p. m. Special music is being prepared  by the choir for both services. Qn  Monday evening ths ladies will serve  the hot dinner from 6 tp 8 p, m., and  an excellent program is under way  whieh is expeoted to be about the best  yet given 'of iocnl tsuent.  the date, Nov. 3 and 4.  TJ__ _   9nrgt.f.  to those who fill out and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE BLAIR  BU8INC88 COLLEGE  Spokano, Wash.  I am Interested in Business Education  Please send me full information about  your College, and especially about the  subjeots checked below:  ... .Bookkeeping .... Shorthand i I  .... Typewriting .... Penma_Bhip_Ji_J  ....QuiokFiguring ....Letter Writing  I oan begin a coarse about   Name   Address   r  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  -   i      ... ������������������ I-1...Ii.i- .       i -     .ii   -i'   - -  ARE  MONET       SEEPS  Sow Burns9 Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS t Go.  Umltad ..  CRESTON       -      B.C.  T.Tn������A   r\&oex  *���������>**- vmmrmm.* ***r *���������_���������.-* --  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  ir, mauani, we could tskc ycu fright !s������ suf  Mode! Bakery at the Mill, where, all our tests are  made, you would see exactly what we meaa when  we say, " Robin Hood Flour is Different," e  You would see how favorably it compares wish  other flours in respect to color.  Its superior quality would be plainly visible  to 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 conic to bur 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. v  Have you asked your grocer  about our Money-back-guarantee yet?  ROBIN HOOD njlXS,   Limited  Calgary floose Jaw  *Sr._. to)  Warn  Pol* SbIq hy CRESTON ]VlER)pANTaI--E v������������  HY should you get your job printing done away from your home town  when it can be done here in just as neat a style aa anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices. We will have your  work ready when promised. ��������� CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  I  atmmmmmmvammm  0'<]  .muu^iiiiul^   i )lllMl'IMM_WtMllWMaiMMS>WII :;ytiQtfti:^ti'  THE   CBESTON . REVIEW,    CBESTON,  JB. V-  _______*,  m������i  a  Scffli-ready Suite  ?-:  as 815 mh ���������������*������ "  ������f OOK for the piics~ana nam')���������sews  Xj  In tbe' pocket���������always the eamtS.  Women's Franchise  ."-. Ask foiif Clothier end tread for strle  book *n4 eaBjpte ol " KlnsT**- Own "  ���������' Seree at $30. Send direct to Semtuicad;-.  :���������'���������'���������'���������   Limited, Mfiitci-al, )or b'tolc enttil^d  "Sltl" If TOO cannot get It in town.  pton"iimifj viiitisuqi.  G. Fred Johnston, Fertile, B. C  PROFESSION AX.S  CH AS. MOORK, C,E.  " . ������  8 O.  LAND SURVETO'S XSD   ABCBOTBOT  Fiau*1 and Specifications  CRESTON y     v     - B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. E. HAhhDm D. $.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  JSfore���������-Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. G#  GUY   LOWENBERG  OOSSUIj-ENO  BHQINBKtt  CRESTON  To the Editor of the Creston Review  Sir,  You vpry kindly, puhlit-iipd n h't-  ter from me a short time u^o,'uinl i  shall be very grateful if you will again  allow1 me to trespass on your space.  I hoped to hold a Women Suffrage  meeting in Creston either last Saturday or one day this week, but the  person to whom I wrote about engaging the Hall did not receive my letter  and the date consequently had to be  ''postponed until Thursday next, Oct-  berSl. ?    "       *  Meanwhile may I, for, the benefit of  those who (I am told) are anxious to  know ''what it is all about," explain  l  j   f ������iJ i ���������.������������������ ���������������. J 'i t   iem\��������� ' *-���������" J-- ti~S-^^**mmiBmm*0mm*m3ati&88���������a  '��������� '-j---:r.Ti  >������������������'-,       ��������� /?    *r <tfr'.'-  titim������s  _LVS_  briefly why we want !;he ^t������ ;a������a j j^r ,������AI| 3,^ government rests   on  why we .ought; to have it.   '  ��������� ���������        ;\-        '     . '��������� - . - ���������.',-" v**-Y  We want the Vote for three easts!***  tinl ��������� rr*asori���������?:'������������������  - 'ti    . ���������</���������''  1. liecau-'e it  uivohoy the i">cogni-  . i '     -.    -.     ���������    ���������.   'v   .���������'  ���������  ��������� .1 ii.iit'tt* *.vi������ini*ti as htiiimit behiir-.       r.  ������>he,cooaenfc of the goverufd," yet we  ^���������L'j-?'-'  2, In oi'dw lilut we uinv. pm*.' <tur  part adequately in tne me or tne  nation and may secure the direct representation of our point of view; (too  long ignored) in the control of legis-J  lation.  3, To safeguard the' interests, social  and industrial, of women and cbiidrehi  "We ought to have the Vote for these  same reasons, but also because:     .?]...;  1. "Taxation without representation,  is tyranny," and we pay taxes, yet.'we,;  are allowed no voice as to the spend  ing of the common funds.  mfng the laws  we art* called upon to obt-y, nor in  fhoosin^ the men who ���������*������������������������*��������� W-fyatv  them..  D yyivivir i  3. Th������>nniy'*?{i:Sserof  fhn  couunun-  ^tyvvhoaie d_pi*tvu4 uf:thi.** s-yuibol j  and privilege of citizenship, the Vote, |  are convicted criminal,.eei'tifled lunatics, paupers, children and - - - women  so that women are by law classed bn  iaf level -with the morally depraved, the  mentally diseased, the socially unfit,  |fand - the   physically   helpless;   and  whereas a. criminal may reform and so  may regain his status of citizenship, a  lunatic may recover, a pauper may  grow rich, and a boy may become a  man, and each then recieves political  i.   '  ��������� . ' W. H-J^MftSOlS   f>r������*������fl0tor  m^rjr^ti^xui&xmmmmmmtmxxa&umammmmmmm  ���������i ���������"   s .���������������,.  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIE&T  %  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  3 ���������:���������������������������. ��������� Tills Hotel is one oj the  best known and popular  Hotels in  the Kootenays.  The uiuir-greoai is strictly  up-to-date aM tjjie bsr supplied witi only the h������_tfend  of goods.  ���������.���������������������������'  ^^^^stos^  ���������..   ,, "      B.C. |  MR. & MRS. CROMPTON  " ; Teachers of  Pianoj VioUiij Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  O^ELt, YOUNG SixAj.  I hereby give notice that on Monday., the -1th day of November. A. B. 19 12. at the hour of 10 o'clock, ln the fore-  noon,-at the Court House, iNeison, B. C, I shall offer for sale by pubUc auction the .Mineral Claims In the list hei-einafter  set put, of which Crown Grants have been Issued, for taxes remaining*^*unpald;::and delinquent by persons on the 30th day  of xtunc. A. D. 1S12. and for costs and ������penaes of said sale, if the total amcunt due is not sooner paid.  *���������������������*  OWI^ER.  CIaAIM.  YLot  Number.  Tax.  Costs and  Expense*.  Real Estate and Insurance.  ;       HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -        -  b:c:  |AS,yH. SCHOFIELI>  F^-. X4������e aud Aocident Insurance  "!__-_- ESTATE. Eto.  iRAiiT"-  - :'"-  X>.\m,.  r,  itatfee|^?fo;;  ���������;���������!';��������� ?;.WhbiesaleY; - ���������'"% -ti  Previsions, ?Prodtt-*?BYv??^^^  General Commieuion SiBrwi^n^i.?"'*.''  -w  ���������wym    _rt *txitix~.*m*x*.  CRANBROOK - B.C.  \  The  Funeral Director  W coittract.  For;the MiUding* of;your Now.  House, Store, Office, Workshop  or obner building, writs or call  on in.ei Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  s-8E!air$& Alterations  A 8PG6IALTY  (Charges i-asobal^le, and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  S. S.  Fowler  S.-."S. Fowler  B. C. Standard Mining Co., Ltd ,  Wm.   Coffey  ..?.....,..   Win.  Coffey   James A. Nowell ..-*,   Falls VleW G. M. Company. Litd........  Falls View G. M. Conapany, Ltd   New North Fork Gold Mining Co.......  K. Ia. A. Keller, et al   A.   H? Klelly   James A.  Nowell   Chas. P. HiU ...>..i ....���������....?.  Chas. ,jP. HiU   -Luzetta Field, et aL ....  E. nuijif/ut. S. Lcsault and I-. Niy**n-.=  J3. Dumont. B. L.egault and X.. Niven.  Montle Julian Morgan   B. C.  Standard Mining Co., Ltd   Benjamin  Fallows'   Fairniont Gold Minihs. .Company,' Xtd.  i������. "S; Thompson, ret ai." .:ti:........ .���������'.-.'...".  \s4.    *T*������   '__**������_ |   ������������������������������������������������'���������-��������� * * * * * a e.*������V���������������-*������������������ ��������� ��������� ������*'*'4> ������������������������������������������������������������������  ri"V*.^\ Jr������?..XllU     ������������������ ��������� '���������,*.��������� ���������.,������������������������������������������* ��������� ������Wi^*t ������ ���������_������������������*��������� pp.* **������������������_��������� ���������'��������� ��������� ���������  ���������,Y',C*- JE������ijiiill .���������.* s.\ ��������� ���������"#.-���������**������_ ��������� c*^-"���������]-������������������������*���������'��������� mt^.mm ���������������������������������,��������� ��������������� ���������  "?,ar6hl^9S.,. C^hso~CTlJt-:'a.|||fI...-j.^sijv;���������.;......  ���������B.' C.A^R6ssi_rid "& Sl6������^n?Syhdloate. ?.  ^ \-k'mir:. .������pid' ilir.sG, Lltbltsd..,���������;. ^y,-....;,.  B. C, Rossiand fie Slocan Syndicate...  S.  Fowler   F.  Hill ...  P. HiU  ?a   P. Hill   :   George C. Schmidt, L. E."and J. B. Ma<  Far lane and A. Soatad '.  B. C. Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate....  British Lion G. M. & I>ev. Company....  B. C. Standard Mining Company   Fowler  Xiand .  View G. & S.  Company,  Ltd  S.  0.  c.  C.  .. Aima    , .������ = = =,���������  ..Alexandria   ..Aurora   . t  ..Atlln (Bear and Wild Horse)' L  *������������������.      \  ..Atlln Fraction No. 2 -...*,  ..Bullion   ..Sodie  Fi action -.  ..Bodie   ..Ben Hassen  ..-.....-':.;....;I...............  ..Elya   ..Cleopatra   ..Crouch Hall ...;.....  ..Czar Fraction   ,. .Czar   ...Corinthian   m  = = =Central   ti....'..-.....m..-..-....'..'..........  ...Central  Fraction   ...Collins  (9��������� miles from Salmo)  ...Double  Standard   ...Davenport   ...Exchequer ���������....,,.........r......;....  ....Evening Star  ...;... .;���������?.''.>������������������...... ti.  ...Emerald?....-......'. ...���������.'.���������".'. ��������� ���������������   ...Emerald]Fraetloh vv..?.;. .....  .;.Emperor   .>.....-;.............;..^.,  ...j*4Aiieram^".4^>������������*..r>^j.... ���������...^..-...i.i....<  ti m������������i���������-'������._ 4. H&Mti^tis       '  ..._xee.iC������Miia]^j.F>.  ;.. Fails; View ���������; ?rt. titii  '..-.Q'olflen- *iorn.-���������...���������.  ...Grey   Copper   ....  ...Gibraltar .........  ...Golden  Cro-wsi   ..  Cap   .....  Eagle  ..-.  'i : ������������������  ..... .*..,. * ���������.'  . * ��������� ...,������A.'.A* '  i". *.������������������."**?������������������"���������'  2162  2165  6064  4800  9336  2190  4162  4164  ���������"���������*,* ���������,*,jP}Lji*'n mm ��������� <  f,*"*-** ���������������-*-���������������_,;������ i**m r. V-*4"-}*  \  ........^.m-  .Ggjiden  ���������Golden  ..Hemy  Clay   ....  ..Homestaliii      ..Highland' Chief  ..Hunter V.   ......  ..Inkeuriuii    .......  ..J.YM. B. .........  ..Jupiter ,  Gold Mining  Gold Mining  Gold Mining  Gold Mines,  Company  Company.  Company,  Limited.   Juno   Ltd ...King ox the Forest  Ltd .KlrKWull   ..Lawrence  Fraction  SaMio and  Harnoma  ftopnirlng  A9PBOIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and Bfctoes.  ������������������ii^.M. \m*nmnumm~9**\mmmmemmmmmm**mmifj0mmt  S.   S.  A. E.  Falls  Juno  Juno  Juno  _mlr  '������.  D.   Garrison.   J.  A.  Graham  and   P.  Aspinwall ���������, Lako  View      G. W. Coppen, et al. Mornlntf   Xmir Mines, Limited .............Mugwump   ......  Now North Fork Mining Co.. Ltd Maud S.     C. P. HIU ; MorriinK Glory   .  li. C. standard Mining Comptlny Mercia.i'*raction  lionjamln  Fallows .' .Moline ..'   if mlr Gold Minea,' Ltd Inoiu i'Yu������tlonul  Geo. C. Schmidt Nulilo N.   A. D. Westby, ; Oro HUl   .,  Vmlr  Miueu,  Limited    Pountrey  . mm   . . mfl  ..       mmmi  ..     387  ..   2189 ���������-.  ..' B833  ..    67S6  ..    20SQ  k..   t)8Ql...  ^.    4802  _    10004  -^.2213  -v; ?1������4   .  ��������� *' 391  ���������ti^m \ 3778 ���������  ...   .^907  .T   .5834  titi ' ^797  '.ii"-'.S7W.i  ^586.  ������������������^9I?J*  J7ii  ���������4999  2164  5&i3  6544  6545  4200  ���������Wi  S620  2212 ���������  211*3  902  4165  aid  3160  2903  3245  104  1714  3662  6836  2224  9165  2301  COS?  2073  ���������������������������������������������������������������*  'Frucuon y :'-,  ' 2302  M. Egan, et al Prihi't'ftu  iuiv -:?,......    3279  Uoldun Strand M. & V. Company.........Pug N.,..- r.^     1303  ii.  C, Kouulund & Blocan Bynuicuto Purlc ,.....,.. ...,.,rt.?     4995  P. jN. Thompsiyii, et al Porcupine    *....., ������  ; 290S  J. II. Lovu und Alex. Mucdonuld Promluo .....c ti     6081  I  ���������V  1076  ������*,��������� a ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  1709  1712  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  Creston    Wine  &  ���������?^!..J.  ma a 9 ���������"������ 0  *m*f ms ma  m*  \jiijrix  Quoon MlnoB.  Limited   Queen ......  Vmlr Mlnca, Llmliod ' itocklond *  ;'.'.'.  xiulr MtnoB, Llw*itod Itobortson Fraction  xteilot Mining Company   HMot Fraction  2400  p   Hlll     . rtattior    ri  6837  mm.  Field   ..,������������������" ' R*   !'n'1   T ���������*��������� ' i..y.-..r m 2089  7K Lovo^aiwi Alex. Macdonald .I '....Halnbow    ������ *;  MS0.  M.  S.  Davys   Uoyttl a������ttl   ������ -  'MM .  uollef Mines, Limited  , , Star Shlno   , v.v���������;������������������:.-������������������;���������. " ^  ������alls View Q. M- Company  Standard  4103  iloso McQlynn and W. It. Caldwell Btlrllng    , ������:������������������-������������������������������������������;". "* ^  .. 3421  .. 3419  #11  ������!���������  j_   c   Rooaland-iSlocttn flyndlcuta, Ltd...Skylark    W.i... .......*,>,.,m\.;  u.C. Standaid Mining Co Silver Bullion  m ^.r..;   ii. c. tout.iju.Aivi i-.5r.iT-.:-- - ������ -������...������  ��������� ������*,VV"  William  H.   flhorrod    u-  u *"* <���������  p. N. Thompson ..  B. C, Itoflnhind &.  Sa Poole, Prop.  Oo Tuft-nib'   ,..  B    Victor     .....:  Slocan Syndicate Victoria   u. C. qtanrtard Mining Company  Vulgar Fraction  James A. Nowell Woodsldo  Ymir Gold Minos, Limited   guuen Mines, Limited    ! . ������������������ HI ��������� ������������������   I'l .u_. (.  Dated lit Noloon, 11.  C, this l*Ui SMpiuiuuot, 1112.  I  ~i  , * ��������� *  ��������� I *%���������*���������*��������� ���������  ......  > ��������� ��������� ���������������* *���������  ��������� >������ *i* ���������  f-   t-)**,������������>tj'������'w ������,��������������������������������� ���������)������ ������ -,M������i*,'|!*i  Ymir    ti...'.....m ������.^.-.V.,  i ^i  Yellowstono    /. ^ ,.. .*.</���������,  saw,  <am  xm  v_is������  Oflfil  ���������J10.75  9.75  12.00  7.00  6.25 ���������  12.09  1.00  11.00  11.75  13.00  10.75  4.75  1.75  12.50  21.50  S.25  1.50  13.00  .11.00  9.75.  S.00  10.00  .., .7.75  8.75  ti   13.0ft  ;���������   33.00... -,  11.00  12.00  7)50  ' %   12.75" '  -   6.50  .10.50  11.00  12.25  9.25  e> 13.00  11.25  .12.60  ���������   ������������������,12.75  ..-.   2.25  12.75  iiiso'  10.50  u.oo  2.00  12.75  4.75  8.75  9.75  12.75  *.Q  13.00  .75  S.00  13.00  2.75  4_.G0  12.60  13.00  10.75  0.25  8.75  H,xm  1.00  13.00  7.50  11.50  11.00  13.00  7.50  13.00  12.73  12.50  12.(10  5.75  r. ?.:.  12.75  0,00  .75  ���������13.00  10.25  12.76  $2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.08  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 ti-  2.00  2.00'  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.TO  2.00  2.00 .  2:00  f -������������������'���������,2.00.-  _ ,2.00  ,     .2-00  2.O0  '2.00  2.00  " 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  - 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Total.  $12.75  11. ,5  14.00  9.00  ...7.25  14.U0  3.00  +n nt*  13.75  16.00-  12.V5  6..5  ''   A..75  14.53  13 SO  11.25  3=������0  tr. rtf\  Atf.4U .  13.00  11.75  10.00  12.00  9.75  10.75  15.00  .15.00  13.00  "l4.G0  ti   H.5T  ��������� ': 14.75  8.50  12.*i0  13.00  14.-5  t  U.26  15.00  13.25  14.50  14.76  4.-5  14.75  13.50  12.60  13.1*0  '   4.00  LaWRITZ nursery  The Largest Nursery In th* Province  !__!__*'  *   Frnit trees shade and ornamented trees, shrnbs, vines, creepers etc,  Onr stock is esceptioaally clean. Grown withont irrigation and  guaranteed trne to name.  We make a specialty of Dwarf Apples and Pears. These bear the  next year after planting and are especially reooinffis*adsd.fC"'-! oity garden-**  and fillers.for the commercial orchard. -  ���������������������������   '   ppirC���������*rioht ���������   ������������������;.'    iv.-,. .'.y  W, K.BROWN, O^H^Td/\fc^Ea.  imOGAL   AGEfvT ?    ^  recognition, yet a woman, even when'  she is unassailably moral, brilliantly  intellectual,, a self supporting member  of the community, and physically  sound, is never considered fit to record her point of Tiew aa reg&sda the  ws  ilfare of the state and the race.  4, In view of the rapid influx into  this country of. a. very large. foreign j  elemement from every corner of!  Europe, there arises an urgent need  for. an increase in theYBriijisli^bom  electorate if this coiihiry'ia"'ti.^become  true to tKie traditions and ideals which  have made our Empire ^Vhat lis today?}  . 5. No human being is gosd enpngh I  or wise enough to be allowed entire  control- over any other and no class is  good or wise enough! to .have absolute  control over any other. class, yet we  have here the whole of cr.s sek sub-  Renewal of License  Liquor License.Act (section 42)  Notice ss hereby given that, :ti^:Jtha  first day of De^^i^;;^_iAii-;;,������j^t������^ r-  tion will be made .to .'^js "Ss������1������*5evl������^������wi"--  I e nt of Provincial Police for A renawal  ' of the Sotel License to sell Liquor by'  Retail  |tr the hotel   known  as  the  Burton Hotel, eiituate at Oreston, in  the Province cl Brifcisli Columbia.  Dated this 4th day of October, 1912  "The Creston Trading Ck������mp:auyY  William H. Johnson  IftDRger  A  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.O0  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.)H>  2.00  14.75  D.76  IO.16  11.76  14.75,  ������>.75  15.00  2.75  10.00  15.00  4.75  14.60  14.50  15.00  lif.75  8.25  10.76  10.25  2.2o  8.00  15.00  V.60  13.50  18.1XI  15.00  0.G0  15.00  14.76  14.60  14.00  7.75  CIS  14.75  11.00  2.1G  15.00  12.25  14.76  ject to the whole of the other sex, and  we are faced with this anomaly, that  the ruling sex is not, as one might  have supposed, the more moral, the  more law-abiding, the more sane half  of the nation but it is the very one  that contribute the largest percentage  of inmates to our prisons and lunatic  asylums, the half that drinks the  most, swears most and generally gives  most trouble to the authorities, it  (practically) has the priyelege of ap-  pointing,-wiih well-known results.  So that women are living still under  asocial and legal system which had it  origin in the dark ages of savagery  and which is responsible for many  grievous injustices, from which thoy  ������suffer primarily but which havo their  adverse effect also on men.  This is a state ot affairs in which uo  woman ' with any solfrcspeot can  ocquieso, onco sho realises the facts,  and with which no man, once the  truth has been brought to his knowledge, can be content to allow.  On this tour of organisation, I have  found   the   feel&g   throughout the  country quite extraordinarily unanimous in favor of this long over-duo  rtiiurtu which tho Political Equality  j League is urging.    I l>eliov_ Creston  Valley isjQpt bohind the rest of th*>  country in sense of Justice,  public  spirit, and progressive courage, and  that tho women and the present/ electors will bo as eager as I have found  tbem cslewhoro to support this vital  and -Just cause.  I am, Str  Yonrs etc.  Dorothy Davis  Organising Secretary of the B. C.  Political Equality League.  Liquor License Act (section 48)  ' Notic8'i5'hsrsb*fglve!S that, bn the--  First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintehd-  ent of Provincial Police for the fccasw^;  fer of tbe license for the sale cf Liqjisr;  by retail in and upon the premisea  known as the Burton Hotel, isituate at  Creston,     British    Columbia, _ from  Williatn * H.   Jphnsbn %o   William  Arthur.' Heron\ of--Creston,  British'  Columbia., '*,'���������';���������  Dated this 4th Day'of October, 1012,.  (S10NR-) Wm. H. Johnson  Holder of License  (Signed)   Wm. A. Heron  Applicant for Transfer  For "The Cteston Trading Company.."  Y>?ptils  ti[mm$m  y:Mm~  :?1#  ^'���������������j  Y-**i--8������!  ���������>������������������'*<>,���������?  ?-^if  ".'i'sjpil  'ti'riMM  ?*MJ  ������������������'*������.ti>*������$  'ml  ������������������������  .-.tmtemtim  RENEWAL OF LICENSE  Liquor License Act (Section 18)  Notice Is hereby giveu that on the1  1st day of December ne_t, application  will be mode to the Superintendent  of Provincial Police for the reneWfcl  of License for the sale of Liquor by  wholesale in and upon the premise*  known as Crcaton Wine & Spirit Co.,  situate at Creston, B. 0., upon the  lands described as Lot 82, Block A.  Dated this 25th day of Octobor, IMS  Sidney Poole  Applicant  TRANSFER OF LICENSE  Liquor License Act (Section 48)   ���������  Notice is hereby given that on the  1st day of December next, application  will bo made to the Superintendent  of Provincial Police for the Transfer  o!f tho Liconso for the sale of Liquor  by wholesale In and upon tbe premise*  known as Ore ���������"���������ton Winn A. Sgurii. Ci>.������  to the premise** (tt.-huJknown a* the  same, situate at OriaWat B. O., upon  the lands described as Lot 2, Block A*  Dated this 25th day of October, 1012  -  Sidney Poole  Holder of License  - -���������������������  *-" 1 -ii  - '  4  * "���������  1lm.m mj.  K '        I I  ���������HX'iui-iaiiuIij  peonrty Amtaattot and Collector,  ^     j^^     HiAaaa Asa'i**sn������ont Distriot.  Bidly 3nn(i-*.*r s������rvic������ fer the ehiitton  and parents of the Methodist ehurela  will b������ held Sunday 11 a. m. We look  forward to Imvo ������very family with tus.  Sermon to children, Junior ohoir will  Sunday aohool will  I provide muilo.   Th* S  ��������� ���������������.������.������.     ������.n    *���������.������**.���������*   {.,   J.J-.--, ������,f  A.   I  WVV ."������       .:������������.:     ,.--    T.' *"  tlook over our supply of McOaHsj pat. I  twr*u������Justrccleved������   fl, A. 8d******       I  1  -LADlbiM,  ci-.ii  mv  om wIa>;w  ������**.-  XI.m Xmmm  m  1  tiStiZ)  ���������m  ;:^  ���������m  I Mdrvtottt bslng coinbin������4.  ���������&.*���������������������������>?   ���������  -nitWi-ranHTiT-iirnii'iiiii'ii  BE^"BI^41iJ&agmL,!A,miB^.^  ill I itlllli'l'i-i.il ������.,-|. Ill- liilnil, _i,IIii, ill HlKi  MWWMMMM^IMIMIIIMIlMMtA,  .i_i_illll   ll'    fllll  IMMMWMMM-  _______T__t_*'A iff^'."-*  IS-  MBBuatf.  ml nm llllll  as  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTOR,    B. &  ������s  -?.'v"?  :;vi  Iti:  ������'.. ������������������-.  *���������*>**-  ������������?"���������;  ���������#-  Ki/tf-*    'Y  '-ft  if,,-;.. M^^^i^ii^i,  s^?&- ?&&>- rc&-  +vntiti%a&ti&h?zzf  Manitoba s.s. convention  &  _    -rMfmH-^-.   ���������  i ^\- -������������������ -"-'-.*-.-,*^  "-V  .?&Z&/^Xi{'Jr#f'te.  ^?tca$$8fi������gj*:<5S2ipf3E^iz& ���������  It's  -hs-CLtANCST." STWPLEST,ifti-_ES*j***?i_ME"  1>V", oni.- ca;i buy--VY'*.iy ypu don't even tuvc to  "fcnovv -f.-tint xr.r-NO ofjCSotb your- ��������� oods arc' muile  vzA.'.^a .-?.ri.;,*.".c-s arc Impossible.  ScitA f.Jr j^re*. O>!or Card, Story   Doodlct. ������nd  Tbcr^OKNSON'-RlCHARPSON CO., Umlt������d.  Mctitrcsl. Cjr.i.in.  .���������IM ..I  The; 1912 Convention the Biggest and  ���������Best   Yet      Brandon,' November  ��������� 20th to 22nd.  Preparations aro web under way for  the Thirty-third Annual Convention of  the Manit'ba Sunday School Association', it is to be held in Brandon.  Novombfr "A)-,22. The railways will  C3.n:y. tlelrgates"���������'��������� at single fare . for  roiiud trip. It will be necessary to  secure a certificate from each road  travel ed over and wh-eu signed by the  Gent-nit Superintendent, 'Will entitle  tlie holder to a free return ticket: to  t,heir respective homes. -'  . The commit tree have been fnrtuna'e  in securing: the services'of U'ev.   \V.  chief  HAD ������A3 SORES FOUR YEARS  Zam-Buk Has Healed It!  i&SmM  May^oie SoafiV  CLtiAMSr' ,;  ano DYES ,  Gives rich giving:  colors, fs-Jolcis in. sun  or suds. Dyes cottony,  silk, woct&'j::i_:ia%s.  Use if' yourself al  home. Na.._oub!e���������  no 3JUS5. 24.ccicjs  will give any''shade.  CoiwifPc.ijJack I5e,"  at youi -ji-aicc's or  postpaid w.lh boukU'l  "Ho v. to Dye" d  BEffEDiCT  7^  A.VIirow'i of Chicago    as    th  speaker.      He is one of the sirongost  men  cu  the Sunday  School   platform  in Anuxriea. ( ���������  Prdf. L. L. Henry of Chicago, will  have full charga of the musical part  of the program.  . 'Iii ncV'.Ii: ion to the outside talent, between  forty and    fifty    of    the    best.1  ���������"���������sneakers  and  expeitr. of the province]  "both  "v-inlsters and layin&ii;., will  taliej  part.   _-���������������������������"���������������������������;"��������� -���������*���������' ��������� ������������������*  -->��������� Son;? of ths lea-!'"g ft.-Mures of this';  -greal gather-ins will be a number of!  lhnchDOt"s~one a 1'uSines.s Men's--  luncheon at mui'.i hour,���������a program j  of 'addr������*s?*-������33������.: p-prr-, and ��������� musif wil  I'jllow each of ;"he:-:e-���������a street, p-iralc.  ���������i groat choir'��������� of children's ��������� voices, |  Rallies anj an-.Installation service*. ;  Th'?.   riivnu.".]   sra.thc-i-'ng   has   grown i  :..    ...,n.i ���������   S. ...,   :.. .~i.. ���������.... ..   ..���������   ^....w   ���������..���������   i  1.1    j. .1 1.1 A. %-: z.    i- . :' I     i.MIUC.,1 C    It'    =>l!UU     Vlll-.  Mrs; Wilson, 110 Wlclcson Ave.,  Toronto, says: "About eour years ago  a sore, spot appeared on the right side  of my face. . This spot increased in  si.'.e until it became about half an inch  in-diameter and very painful. 1  went to a doctor, but the ointment he  gave me did not have any good effect.  The sere continued to discharge freely, and was most painful. I had it  cauterised., tried poultices, and all  kinds- of salves, but it was no good,  and 1 continued to suffer from It for  four years!  . >'e of Z'im--f>Mk was one  day given to me. and I used it. Although the c'uantity was so small, it  seemed to do me some good, so I purchased a further supply.  Each  box did  me more    and    more  good, and, to my delight, before I had  been   using  Zam-Buk   throe   weeks,   1  ; saw that it was going to heal the sore.  ! In less than a month it was healed!  \,    "I know  a  b-.-Jy  in  the  east of the  J'city,    whose    husband     suffered    fori  j years  with  an ope"*  sore on  his  kg. j  i On   my     reaommeiKlution.     Za.m-Ruk |  1 whs   tried   in   that   case.       The-  otiier j  ��������� day. when I saw her, she told me tha*. j  jit had healed the sore completely.        \  !���������    "My   daughter,   who   lives   in   l.eth- j  ! bridge. Alta.. hns also u:=eil Z-m-BnU'  with   the same  satisfactory   result,     ij  think it is, beyond a.!! doubt, the finest ,  I.-.-I i.:U:io    I  ���������-.lelegatc-d  ClMl'uhi,..  nat :'  is. one m tne i^reaier-t i  ���������lind-'f a   meet.-ng in   Western I  An   inspiring  and     halpful  ��������� is as-.-u;  i''for*H-'t  t>2 Sc:>tt  e;t nl' who attend. For,  ir**, address W. H. Ir-i  lilock. Winnipeg.  Ask for  ���������rj������ti������l^A?|'n^-!rs   n ft??Jr?>!r* f% ������*���������*  ���������RflllH I'B lis sipii-t_MpBi  .lusiiJu uua_.iiiUi9U-.-si  vrm  a g_^_j&t^-*!**esg^g*^4-a-S^_a*gt^'g*''a  "~"~ li nTK���������  l_iii'i;-_������     w_wi6ii,w  -jytRgiwgiwus-jyaagB^^ .  _nd net satisfaction  Snch is tlie opinion of all persons  who have really tried Zam-l?uk. It  is a sure cure for ec-zonia, piles, jibs' '���������:". 'iniises,  an! all skin injuries and diseases,  jvilc*. bo>:, all druggists and stores, or  post free from Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto,  for price. In ease of skin disease  us.* also Zam-Buk Soap. 2~>c. tablet.  STCyMACH  BAD,     NO     APPETITE, ]  WAS LOSING-WEiGHT AND ]  STRENGTH j  The  I-. .^..  . f\t,  -V.lia  is a dt  m:  Pater���������a  don.  nt v   st**  A            J  s  a  place  where  wihl  be.istj make  the  ir tv-  )mes.  ���������The  lUiv-  --Nt������:  I   meal  a  den  in  a  man's  t.Oli:-  e .'  ICdd  0.   '.il  errupt  ed the  mo  ther  your  father  s iK-r*  r.riou  applies  to  that  also.  Wor-derful  Chnv.ge  When  Restored by  >-4������*������    ������   J^V    ������   "������  lM_>i_5  Health Was  ii.  ,.    ^^Y-'.^W-  LL  __ii*_"vp5rs.!.  NERVE FOOD  ro  GCccers 25c.   Ib.   Tin  !  f ;  ir������*4v**-.   <  UEST AH3 HEALTH TC r/,{5T!iE8 km CHtlB.  "Mitf. \V: vslow's SooTiti.-if. SVRHf l-.a.s Iw-en  siscti f-ovi-r SIXTY ViAKSI'V .Mtl.LUVNS -..:'  JtTOTHElirt for Uie-.r CtlltUKUS WHII.K  "-KKTHLNO. with p-BKI'KCl* Sf:CCt->,S. It  SOOTHKi* the CHILD. SOI'TKNH tlie f.*.l*MS.  aiLAVSall 1'AIN"; CUKES WIND COLIC, aad  StsUie-e--t rt-nieily f������.r pIAKUHCEA. U is aiv  jsotutvlv harutli:'-'.. Re .sure anc! a.-k for ���������tilrs,  "WiusUjW's Soothing syrup," anil iake ao oliier  ���������feiDd.    _ weety-tive ceutj>.a bottle.  ti e-.'...i ac:a e  ii.^"ci->*'    -II'   i  try uit it*.  By rc-a;'IJii'  you wi"! fce ;  trearmmt to  CLv-se-.'s   Xtf-r-,  s-^a  sy  warn  a pi om and  -'���������;   .sets   a;-  you    of    ;  hoc a  \ uan-  -t?i"ious  The Oil for the Athlete.���������In rubbing  down vhe athlete can find nothing finer  than Dr. Thomas' Electric: Oik It  renders the muscles and sinews pli-  alilf". takes the soreness out of them  and strengthens them for strains that  may le put upon them. it stands  pre-eminent for Uiis purpose, and athletes who for years have been using  it can testify to its value as a lubri-  ea ?������t  Ur.  ��������� tae cause  . aad  indir;  Mr.  Ch  ' Ont.. write  ', to you the :  !  rVct-t    l^-i"  >.r. ijc-rtner.u s-, leus'-r;  :stlea that there is uo '  * compare- to Dr. ';  Ff*ed as a m-?an_ ofj  system and removing i  sieepiessness i  o: aeaaacae:  stion. '  .rles    Dr>nncr-*.l.    Kleinburg. j  "I  wish.to communicate!  xi cure which I received j  For.'  __S!j  ^.re the' bes* ever made and are  ���������feuleed to _tv? you satisfaction;  ���������&M de;_!err, or send u.s 25  guar-  At  cents .atat-  feirfu!!  always ;  took j  the!  arely;  Jihr; sly-;, and si"-e required.        . .  :the Arlington'Co,, of Canada,   Ltd.  '���������*���������?���������&  '���������"rnsfir Ay-  '���������3  I THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Kn&iVieet'-'aiid Boilei'iiK-rkers. ������������������  BoUyi-d'���������  ciP 'all'    ���������-k.in.d-���������I'i.nt;ij*,e9,  ��������� Tbnip:;; nild Heavy  P.la,'-?  Wn.'k "  ��������� -. . ".'���������   Wr'.tAA uu. fey PHces  tAStracVir-iJi Av,e ���������,. Toronto'. .6ah**d"a   ' -i -_��������� ���������''  -.,-, .. ^_j.   Chase's  Nerve  Food  over two years I suffered from  headaches, my appetite    v-"as  [K>or,  :;r.d   rhe stomach bad.       I  medicine-.-"  frcm  physicians,    but  headaei-.es psrsisic-d, and I was r  frc-  from  them. _ !  "Reading about  Dr.   Chase's" Nerve |  Food. I began using it. with little idea  tha* I would be benefited.      T had become thin and  weak, and    the    very  first   box   helped   me.   and   with   con-j  tinned   treatment   I  have  been   cured j  and feet like a new man.      The head-|  aches  have disappeared,  my appetite 1  ia  good   and  digestion  excellent.       I'  write   this   letter-in* hope  that  oth<?T  sufferers from.,hearache may use Dr.  ..Chase's Nerve Food and be cured."  '   Dr. Chase's "Nerve Fiod, 50c. a box,  ������ for ���������$������':���������.���������">������>. at all dealers or Edman-  ,30.n. B-t,tes & Co., Limited,. Toronto.  Ju-styn, said the editor, looking  over a new reporter's story of a political meeting, in this writeup of yours  you say resistless waves of applause  from the audience fairly overwhelmed  the speaker. L-ook at the absurdity  of that figure of speech. How could  a resistless wav;e of applause or anything else come from an audience?  lt could come, from a sea of upturned face'?, couldn't it? insisted the new  reporter.'-  HISTORICAL PICTURE FILJVIS  Reproducing  Stirring  Scenes, on Canada's  Early  History  The stirring times  which  occurred  between the -early French sealers on  the island of Montreal and the warlike  Iroquois who were settle;! on the island, were vividly rvhearse-d at John-  sen's Point  this week by the British  American   Film  Company  of  Canada,  who  has  taken  up "camping  quarter*  on   this  ancient  Indian   Reserve, .for  the purpose ot reproducing the historical scene** of two hundred years ago  when   Montreal   was but  a   little  vll-  ���������age   defended   by   a   few   Fi'enchmen  against the constant onslaught,of the  bloodthirsty   Indians  of  the   Iroquois  tribe   who   looked   upon   the   French  sot tiers as  usurpers and  were doter-  mined to wipe them out if it were at  ail possible.      It was the story of the  gallant  defence  of   Dcllard  de.s  Arm-  eaux and his sixteen heroes retold  in  realistic form at Johnson's Point only  a short distance from'the actual spot  where this thrilling episode took place  in  1600.       The  hundreds  of  real  Jn-  d'ans, relics of the Ironm-is tribe wore  present  in   fit. I   warpaint   armed   with  ancient weapons of various kinds, par*  tienlarly   the  arrows,  same  poisoned.  The auneii.ncenu'nt of t'.io'approach of  *he  Indians  in '  the    thousands     was  ouie'ly taken up by  Dollard  who jinked for volunteers to set forth on their  ���������I'-.uK   journey   to   interorde   the   at-  racking **.vibe. anil  repulsing litem until   each   one  of   them,   was  ilea-l.   Sixteen   voiU-iuewred   and   iiuv signing  of  *he  register was a  pathetic scone be.  l'ere the little church at. Montreal, ile-  ���������nonstrailng that, they  were  ready  to  sacrliico   their    ives   to   save   the   vii  bmo.      Tlilis they s*>t out and twenty  miles from  Montreal erected a stock-  aiL\   awaiting   the   coming  of  the  Indians.    They   were   joined   by   forty  -Miree Algonquins who were a friendly  tribe to the  Frenchmen  and  together  'hey   defended   the   stockade   io   the  death.      The approach of the Indians  was realUtic and made spectators feel  creepy  but  were happy  to know  that  it was a civilised country.      The war-  cry of the attaekers sounded  and  re-  i sounded like a. death knell on the lit-  1 * e defending band.      Once, nay, twice  I were   the   Indians   gn.Uantly   repulsed  with  little  loss  to  tlie defenders, but  tbe friendly Indians lost courage and  deserted  their  comrades  and    joined  the attacking force.      Flaming arrows  an.i spears and noisoned arrows were  flying in many directions towards the  stockade   aud   it   was   a   real   wonder  how?everybody sscaped injury in such  a realistic, performance.        The    last  stand was great but disastrous to the  heroes.       The  defenders  prepared   a  gun  for discharging on  the attackers  and it was rammed..tight with powder.  When  hoisting   it   to   the  top   of   the  stockade it fell  back    and    exploded  with terrific force killing most of the  little   band.       In   ihe   meantime   the  stockade caught fire and it was a most  thrilling sight.       The burning of the  stockade, the falling of the gate,' and  the  great  onrush  of  hundreds of Indians to finish thC'-se surviving was a  repetition almost lifelike to what aot^  7*.\:  Sick headaches���������neuralgic headstones���������splitting,.  blinding headaches���������all vanish when you take'  Na-Dru-Co IScadacbe Waferg  They do not contain phenacetin, acetanllid,  morphine, opium or any other dangerous drug.  25c. a box at your Druggist's. 123  National Dnuo *, Chcmical Co. or Canada. UMrrtb.  - I.  Smokeless  Sholshells  *%eader" and"tiRepeater"  Ther merits and weaknesses of shotshella ars  soon shown in trap shooting. Both amateur  and professional season's averages were won  in 1914 with Winchester Loaded Shells���������  "Leader" and repeater." Their exceptionally strong and even shooting qualities malto  thern unsurpassed for bird shooting. They  arc all well made and carefully loaded, and  will always give satisfactory results. - The  Red ^jV on the box guarantees their reliability. Look Tor it when buying and you'ii have  Smokeless I<oada that get the Game  OOOOOOOO O  Backache Mean.s Your Kidqeys <q,  Wantfielp!  The kidneys arc amonft the,,most important orfjans  They ate most fubjecl to periods of depression, imperfect  action and lowered vitality.     Invarinbly, they give wu.ru-  inir, in the form  of  backach.'.,    headache, pains in the  join's,  etc.    Wise  peoplo,   (.���������aroful- of  their health, act  quiokly wiion any of three symptoms appear.    Careles's  or casy-Koing 'persons often permit a slujltt affection of  thekjilneysio arow into acute or chronic kidney trouble.  ifinoriiig the piainly-ffiven warninc of unhealthy kidneya.  ��������� Prompt" help ia RivBii  inactive kiiJneys by  DK. CLARK'S SWEET NITRE-  PILI.3.   They cleanse, tn:ie..stimulate and restore the kidneys to nornialvigor  in quick time.    Sold everywhere at j'-tty cents a box or mailed direct by      44  TKE MARTIN, BOLE & WYNNE CO., WIFiNIPEQ, CAN.  o o <o 000 o o -o o o o> o  o.  o  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Burns,   Etc.  %  .RAW FIJft  iiai'o'i    i������   rnnully   (i|ipt-������'ic].iiiiij.  I luvir    yon   (U'ciJ-iJ     whefi-' I,  U'riTlv>*t \,-i'ii rn!lcrt'titi%  "l nn :it,i i������lite .liiff Fitr tnamilictnniin c-ntry of Cun-  i'M. i **���������. I.uii'i.'j'i tjirccl nml art thn dill v\lu_ to." yotic  il.iii.'.  ��������� Pr.tini-V <*AlS' for ymir c-iiii!'.iiinn*i)ti,   Ini-'i- n. <mx'l  Wiil'i-aw for nur imilf rn-wa l������lt'r  lo  l������-  i.i"i"t  vvti  Art.l1.-11 WAGNER,  DBASIUR Ik CO.. l>������-it. C.  ic) SSSl'iw.ai it., Ei-.i, Tumiitu, Cilnriii  m.m   , i,/...^^.. .���������  ��������� 1        11  , . in i. 1,1       1 ������������������ 11 1      1 ��������� 1,.in.,.mm ���������   ., 1.1  '*}  ���������������������������i  r  <  A prisoner on his trial, in answer  tio the charge pleaded 'Not guilty."  The jury found the charge proved and  in passing sentence the judge said:  "Ye're no' only guilt}', but ye come  here  and   tell  Hes,  saying  ye're  not.  The prisoner who followed next for  trial was duubtless influenced by this  and supposed it would be well for  b'm tc take another course, so he  i-leaded Guilty, ir. an almost self-sat-  ;siled voice. %  Oh ye're guilty, are ye, said the  ���������'udge, and come here to brag about  it, do ye?  They have a true   safety   base  head,   with   silent    tip.     Will  never  explode   if: Stepped   on.  Eddy's   Matches   have   satisfied   Canadians since 1851���������accept no others.  ualiy occurred, and the scalping  a completion of a scene    which  li e artrending,  point of  but   fine   fro'hi  .view?  round  in "great  cf  was  was  a stsge  The Indians danced  jubilation at the des-  trucfion cf the Fren-ch. nut, this  is cnly one of the stirring incidents,  that will be depicted fcr the moving  picture patrons by thV? company. The  pictures will be unloaded very shortly  and theatre goers will have an oppofe-  tunity. of realising to the full the defence of tho early settlers ot* Canada  and-fhe stand they made against the  bloodthirsty Indians.  xm.tr. ff.ni  ��������� jm rTrtty/^  H.SJLPX  \WT mm rxt-m |W^_ ���������_ T*g\ O!  W    CmSHLSLiJmJ^XX^Ji.'O^  Fm%m.mmm*. i-A?A������tt-a  _U������ *c -    -   - -  TV   \J\J1mX        A   CU������9-  ������*_a������-a  '- 3   ������������  0>A_0  s. uu5  ______  1 UU5;  ii^   1 .1,1..i.  One Mistake  ��������� lliles, Kiiid Do Whiz/, to bis chauf-]  ���������S't'ijr bi't'nn' ho sd.iirted on his motor j  IaVi*,, have you oilod the machine thor-  *<n-)j'hly? Yes, sir: 1 have tiled the  -irrlri-;?, eups and the engine ri'.servoir.  wntl I. li:iv.! greased the cornet-a-piston  ttttir'5 tlw plurlhus iinum, the exhaust  -jfip*', t^if! muffled tread, Ihe thingum-  "iwAi ttii' rlmanvrilg. and both the h."it  '���������JjVf-.-Xt"'- Are   th'������������������'���������"���������   all   l\\:*   )>itrtx   you  ''���������'���������avi* oiicd (;i|ns? Y������-s, sir. . Von  have forgot ten the most important  ���������phu-e. of all. Take th" can and  "I'mirirt. '.i few dnip- of oil on 'he 1'-  'w.iiHf'. Tiurnber, so thai the dust will  -iTOillect t>n it and make it burd to read.  ..A'iw.'iyn retneiTibor to lubricttte the ii-  ���������at-jiusc /lumber, CJiles.  A  More Serious  Matter  ��������� -Judge Oiles I.aker, of a Pennsylvania county, was likewise cashier of his  home bank. " A man presented a  cheque one day for payment. Ho was  a /itranger, Mis evidence of identification was not satisfactory to the  ���������'cashier. ���������-  . Why,, jud^c. said the rnhn, I've  known' you to sentence men ' to he  banged 011 no better evidence than  this  Very likely, replied the judge. Rut  wheu it eomes to letting go of cold  cash we have to be mighty careful.  Gratitude  A little girl waa weeping bitterly  in the street, greatly to the comceirn  of sympathetic passers-by. At ast a  benevolent old gentleman approached  the little maid, and-patting her on the  shoulder inquired what was the matter.  I've lost a penny, sir, was the reply  givfin hot ween sobs. The old gentleman prompt'y thrust a hand Into  his pocket, and brought out a penny,  which he handed to the little girl.  She looked at. him askance for n  few mlmutos, and then remarked In 11  tone moro of sorrow than anger, Oh.  you wicked ole man, so .'00 had H  all tho   time!  Rear Island, Aug.  2fi, l!)0.n.  Minard's l.inlment Co.. Limited.  Dear   Sirs,���������Your  to-day  arid  we tire  (������������������u'tnttty of    your  ?.:r:NTT.   we nna  traveller   is   here  petting    a    largo  MINARD'S    T.INI-  it the best Liniment  r  mi the market .'lakJug no exception.  We have been In bu'slm ss lil years and  have handled all kinds, bur. have dropped them all but yours: that sells It-  s<lf; the ot iters have to be pushed to  Ret rid of.  j W. f\.   HAOKRMAN.  A Million  Persons  Breakfast every morning  on  Tin   one  year  'ti.lfW. I.l  1T1     I'liC.i'  "5K8 011 rices.  th  orn put  of  a ���������i,,--*!,',t ���������������������������'!  mid  ')  i  .1  %  .4  ti  '  tilt** -Vja-^jR Mi ���������*& w>9i  fa������J*&Mnnmirjmfrm*&rri''K-jrsM'-^>'mK u- :'i������-''.V,  tl������  N'lght after night the famous footballer s-o-leinly walked the bed-room  hour, hi-Htii-g in nirt arms the young-  1 ,;t of his family. Instead of improv-  Ing, tlw aii'llctlon with which lm was  bothered became worse, ihe houru ol'  iiis nlght'WatCii inert aslng ratliev Hum  thiiiijil.-'uin,..  1 ������������>*��������� nlg'iit, "n Hit' roiddb. of his per-  ainl.uln.th)ii, he calmly awakened the  tni'su,-.  a I y itc ir, he gniiultlivl, if Hie i.upt-.iin  .1 ,,    iu      ji. ' u ,   I'll    ,\ ;i,:;i/-  a   good   ribiiUug.  a. ui*.'   .1 ikt'tt   iho   good  Post  *  ���������  * 4*-*. 4_n������. w-M-k-^a   *r%. rsi  X 1P__S tics  y������ Driven by the Sun  Sun heat has been successfully used  10 raise steam In an engine In Egypt.  The sun-power plaut and engine are  the invention jf Mr. Frank Shuman,  or Philadelj.hia. The heating apparatus consists of .572 boxes of sheet-  iron, each 3 feet square, framed In  s'-out wood and covered with two  sheets --of glass, separated by am air  space of one inch.  All these are mounted on trestles,  facing due soufh. with a surface of  b.OOO square feet exposed to tho sun's  rays. Further heat from the same  source ls concentrated on the boxes  by (>ft. mirrors, and a temperature of  450 (leg. ' Fahrenheit, more than  double boiling-point, can bo obtained  in this way.  The sun power engine ia adapted for  use ln tropicnl climates, where the  cobt. of fuel exceed. 10a. a ton.  The Question x  Suppose Bessie, (the teacher was  trying to expla'i. the meaning of recuperate) suppose your papa has  worked Very hard all day; he is tired  and worn   mt. isn't he?  Yes, madam.  Then when lnght comes, and his  work is ever for the day, what does  he do?  Oh. rep'ied Bjssie, tliat's just what  mother wujits to know.  Established in 1836, controlled by  the Iris-ili Government, but paid for out  ol' the Imperial funds, the Royal Irish  Constabulary consists of over 10,700  members.  Interviewed  A reporter ;/aj once Intervle-wing  f, famous iSnglisL. interna-tional ifoot-  oaJler, and askud him how he liked being a professional footballer.  Iuimens-.-'y, he replied.  Ay, but well er.ough to brir.^ your  children up t> it? said the reporter.  No, he replied, not well enough for  that.  But why? asked the reporter.  Because they re lasses, -said he with  loud laughter.  The reporter collapsed.  By a convention signed in 1904, the  French in Newfoundland have an  equal footing,with Bri'tfaii subjects. -t  1.1,'  fC<-  ir. he  i,;    i.-.UJi  :.!i-.-|-'   nte  it   wlnit   r-  h 11 ��������� 1 ] 11 y.  ���������railHi'   I've  I,   ������-ann'   liii  bud  nil-  I'Pl.V.  (taiiirol of the  ..1 ,������tl  '..III.*      ���������*.  _-.$>'��������� tti>'y-  55 lil^^P  : v   01-   ti)-;   bo������r-.   mr  ���������;, - >,������  .il������*i������.,   or  Tbi?   Oo'idn  Mi-n  ��������� ii\f������ny, ��������� cnikiti:i4,       1 .41 ia 1.1.  A   lit  a." k ed  il.ilu't  W  tlj  ���������11  W.i  'It'll'  I . II  rc'>:i:'i> ��������� of  thi-   I'H'.ati  ItOlllf't iilll'..  II, t'i'iilii'd be.  to  ��������� lu   i-  1 <-l:  11  riverside property  agent   If   the   river  oviTllow   1'a  lui'ikrt.  , It  I������,: 1't. mi:' of thtit'it  -���������C'SSt":!'?  (*���������-jni*'"-''-- "-'"������������������     -  Tlme-SavIng Idea  Ilo waft a cashier In a West end  business house, and his fortnight's  holiday hid just ended. As ho entered  11:o office on tho Monday morning, his  fellow-clerk'* rose to greet 'him; but  hr hejd up hin hand for silence, and  boforo anvbodv could say a word ho  dirtrlbutod among them a number of  neatly-priiitc'1 III tlo curds, rending  t.h.is:--  Thank you! **  Yoa, I had a splendid time.  Oh, walking llahlng, golf nml so  forth.  Yob. had finite n lot of ruin.  Hard to ton'' mynelf away? You hot.  I onghl. 10. i 1/1 leelliig lit iiH u  tic" die.  And wltiuut a word he started in at  '.Uh regular work  r  I-**  It.:     HI '���������  pMllll'l  I '111 i-   v  llll  !|  M'OW'I ll  I -I-I.'IOV  bll'llli  and  11111111\\ 11 y'  I liriii.  P  Suppose vou try the food  al&tmamma  with crciTim and sugar, as  pari of breakfast: or supper.  You niav  be sure it will  I.i' a delirious pail.  "Tlw Memory Linfjenti'  Teeth  Like Stnrs  John and .leannle went, for n walk  ., 0 evening. Al'tor walking for  .".onio tlm'- In, Hllt'iico, John venturod  tc.  remark.-  .Jcanul".   j'o'ir  cyi'.i    are  monilH.  J ell mile- - li' that fo, .John?  John������������������T'uwnln   your neck  ������ V."Ul'������.  Jennnlo���������Ih that no, John?  John���������-leiinuln   your  loclh  the  Hinrw.  Jennnle- -How do yon nv������ke that ouf,  .lohn? I can quite iiti<l",v,iiin'l my  neck being llko a nwnn's nnd my eyes  in..'   u 1.1111.i.i",-,    i.ii,    iiiitv    in,    tun    ui.li.i'  1.ill  mv teeth n-"!' like the p|,'iri<?  .In'n: >Vhy. .Jea:;-.!.-', !<\ Just bc-  tau::e Ihey coiim mil   at  night .  like    dke  (I'auHe').  lu like a  are  like  TOBACCO  What fhe Looli-Out  Says:  Modern  I ., V llll/  ITU'!,    111 IH   I  vi!'-iri-  lll-l Mll'l'.  W .   N .   U  |i ii in    a    tdiitir'it    t !it'o\v  in   i, 'nn 11.1 in   I'll rv ;i,  :i   1  ii.    Sud'nli;.    arc    lu-ini ���������, -i  '.vlio: i-   .���������ii',;*' i';::itf   ,.;'i ;,    I  v..  I'noibaH Im  .. ������> r   I .    ,. I       t I  III  11 direct di  which lhe obler-l nf tb  ce'i,-!-  ...11... 1  ���������'It's a great strain to  have to watch so carefully. To steady my  nerves, I always use  Empire Navy Plug  Chewing Tobacco,  when up in the  *'Crow's Nest."  * t 1,  1V    '  or 11 *������������������ 11 ���������Iifi.n>'i"'''um.' In which the obler-i nf n,,,  'H"|**j *| iil-iverti cu  ei'di  'i|(|i.  whm l(> H"l"/e Hie j  ii'it   I       ('iiniiill.-iii    I'n-itutn    fereal   ('<������., i, Mia 11   and   carry   it,   by   t'oiiH'  in.'"-ii  o- -|  ui.'il   I I :d..  Windsor.  Ontario. jjnihcr.   iicri"*   11   litu-   ip<������r'e'd   ������������u   the  Lja.miui.a4 .......4 ���������    .. ��������� .....���������x.  ���������   j,. .ivual   lu   Hi'-   I'iMI' of tit* it,- oppoUtMll.  ���������*.-*&" <&&*?&   TU���������    '^S_A,  ^^^^^    JookSut .    ^  IWtiiilMwWWWIWtl-iiii  mmmmmimmmm  SI  at  ii.  I  1  ' --i'l  _  .Til  i  v^  iti  *���������_  "tf  mi  ..^....MmtwijutitAH iwtWAtAiiimi  iiuiiii, 1 mmm l������iiltiMil>MII>iiiii���������iiil|i|������llli4ti_lil_Wi^^  HMKiitillii m
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%:   . CAUSE 01? SOME BAM A?Q.�� -    ,
A Little Early yet for Final Estimates
on Total Extent of* Crop, but the Average Yield Is Expected to be Hlgh-
"    erjhan t.a��t Year.'   Lit'tla Dan-sage
* From rrqai.   ' ^
'' Ottawa.-7-A bulletin issued hv the
census &nd atatiatica office covers the
crop condition   ta1 .'-Canada   for   the
month ended September 30. It states
that during this mouth wet weatheir
cont-inued to prevail over most parts
ot Canada, especially over   the .province of -Quebec,*-'Ontario^ and Manitoba.      At Sept.  30,. large, areas ot
.grata both In the east nad In the west
webe still  either Uncut or  were  exposed 'to the wet   in   ��took.       Much
^amag- has been caused by sprouting
and In the north-west provinces second growth lias in numerous Instances
caused uneven ripening    and    comse-
quent lowering of grade. Frost during
September In these provinces did some
damage, but aa a ruie oniy late mops
including flax, were  seriously affected, , Ih parts ot Southern Ontario the
1 ground la so wet that nmny iarmer&
liave abandoned Lhe sowing cf the fa!!
wheat for next year..
The estimates of the yield published" a month ago could only .be regarded as of preliminary value, because
*-�� c-0:n-5fV^,J!.',;*'f>^ of the bad weather and
iaice tieaiBtjinb uai��co..M,B ojj-smswjw-
. bad made sp little progress.
The new "estimate- of yield -obtained from, correspondents at the end of
September- confirm generally the previous estimates for most of the crops,
hut inasmuch as very little threshing
had?been possible and large areas of.
the grain were still uaharves-ted, It la
feared-'that -Oft* final estimates after
completion of th�� threshing, may turn
out lower than thp "figures now given.
Fot spring wheat the estimated pro
* duotion is 188.816,600 bushels; as compared wlith 189.904,600 bushels last
year.    '
* Por fall -wheat the estimate is 16.-
SS8.7Q0 bu-h.el.'-t compared wltSi 26,-
Oliiooo -busheWlast year, rhe total es-
���Mtna+ed -wheit production being therefore 2Q5.68B.300 bushels as compared
with 215,918,500 bushels in 1911 a decrease of five per cent. The yield
per acre is 2,1.08 bushels for ail wheat
as against 20.77 bushels la*t year.-
Oat? show1 a total production of
381,502,000 bushels, compared wi'fli
S48,5S5,6G0^btt__el3 last year, the yieM
"per acre being 41.39 hushels, compared with 07.75. ,S_rle"S j�� estimated
to yield a total of 400,395.100 hushes
_.��� ���.. J    ~.��..A.l~    414...  AaOa   ���"��� aTbaTb   "rv.l^-ll^A.A.    u>K.^
*5��'lIll*a*.*",H   V11U1   TVK,iniA,����v   ����v-w- ���	
yeai*. the yi-eiid por acre 31.00 bushels
against 28.94 The total production
of ryo is 3,086.000 buslhels against
2,688,800 bushels in" 1911. tne yields
per acre beaiig respectively 20.75 and
17.41 buWhHs of oats, barley ��and rye.
Increases in total production as compared wiibh last yptar repre&eBit pei-
n^n.acu: ^vf 9 S and 15..
Anglican Clergy Won't be Influenced
by Stefanst-ort- Views OPENING   OF. PAR_IAM��NT   MAY
'Montreal.r~Great'eri!l)husiasm(   wae! BE DEFERRED   '\Z\   *
aroused,at a meeting oi the Board of -��������� *��� *,  -
Management of the Anglican church   The Rumor Is Current That the House
in-^Canada   by   speeches   of
lev.  C.
ouuiiigei1  ut   Luv   i utt.u-11   auu   j.v
J3Y "VVhitaker of Mac)v��-a3ic River in
regard io une much Wilted of tribe of
blot-de Esquimaux recently discovered
imttoe ^bpnertnlne river and.Coi'ona-
tion Gulf districts, within the Arctic
circle.    tm
Doubt has been cast Mupon the evidence* of the exit-at-enc- of .this tribe,
hue proofs' of the- most convincing
chai*acter were laid before the meeting by tfhe bishop and his coldeague,
Including an actual photograph of
some of the very people concerning
which muoh discussion has recently
arisen, I'liui? confirming the statements
of Mr. Steftxnsson of the tribe.
Referring to the alleged recommendation of Mr. Steifansson that aJl influences of ���civilization, including
Chri-tian min'isitratlons, be kept away
from these people the bishop told of
the marvellous transformation- of
character that has followed the missionaries' worlc *among other tribes of
TC*��� <-*;&l v*-."-..* _�� *p
A-PUU*U*U��*A ���
_ very few years ago they wore
given up -to thieving, licentiousness,
murder, polygamy"asd infanticide.
Now they are living lives that'would
be creditable to any Christian congregation.
. yisnnn S'rni'g*5"'8 ats-tPii' t"t?at he was
satisfied that ihany ofvthe statements
alccord^d to" Mr. Stefansson in the
\pr-5i5�� ui\i nd. ���iiiau3,i,c irom nim.
*al��^ declared that at the present time
one of his clergy, Rev; W. H. ��� Fhy,'
accompanied by twelve Christian Esquimaux from Mackenzie Delta, are
on tlie-ir way to the Coppermine district and the natives are all travelling
at their own cost. ���"
HAN pS!^EEpE,lS��
Conference'on Grain Situation
Ottawa.���Arrangements were made
rece-M-ly for a conference between the
Railway Commission, the Grain Commission and* representatives of Western railway lines to be held in Winnipeg to settle the question of railway
facilities for the saanple. market,
which is to be established in the Manitoba capital in connection with the
grain situation.
Prof. IMagiU, chairman of the Grain
Conunisision, waB in Ottawa today aad
completed arrangements for the conference.
The date is not yet fixed but will
probably be,the latter part of Novem-
"h*?r_  "h*1*"   the   R-^ilwav   Commtiisslon
Vyiil not < Meet Until January, and
Report That Hon. F. D, monk WIII
Resign Before the House 'Meets is
Again  Revived.-
Ottawa, ���A meeting of .the cabinet
council was held recently and when it
was overv it was stated that tihe date
for the assembling of parliament had
not yet been fixed. Delay iff the announcement has led to 'the revival of
the rumor that the house will not
meet until January. It ia probable,
however, that no- definite decision has
y&t been announced. ' The report that
Hon. F. D, Monk will realign before
the house meets has been revived.
The, report naturally Is connected
with the consideration of the, naval
quessblon, it being asserted, in borne
quarters that rhe minister of public
wot Its desires to have the proposal to'
grant an emergency contribution to
the Imperial exchequer subaattted to
a plebeB_lte of the Canadian people*.
It is stated that the proposal which
_".*?misr Bcrdcn will eutaiit, to his
cabinet is th"3 irnittPtiS^tpVcntrihutiari
of thirty million dollars and the re
peal of tlie Laurier naval act. This
will constitute the temporary policy
of the government, the permanent
policy to be brought    down    a    year
1.. ...�� *i\"-.-sA-���_��� A��..AV. H.C1UI TT\��1V llA
A44.^V^A   ��� ����   UW.v .  wa,       ...   .^...     ...  -      ���..	
in the report that Mr. Monk may retire would appear that there is something under the surtace that 5 s tie-
laying the announcement ;of the date
of the oppining of parliament.
In both' pol'ttical and official circles
the impression is gradually growing
stronger that there is at least an even
chance that parliament will nor convene till January. A decision to defer the opening until a later date will
be pleasting to the majority of western
and maritime members, many oi
whom have within the past couple of
months expressed tlie desire that
there should be uo November session
with a long recess over Christmas and
Ke*.\ Years, which makes it _ecessary
for thiE-m either to take a long, trip to
Farmars   Believe 'VaetlCrojj;?^!!!;
Garnered by  End ^of-;Qcteib'_^;
Winnipeg. -^-Harvesters are?���
in,  said   J./Bruce   W^ker^-'b^^ot;
in as large numbers as ?i -^ul<i?iike
to see.      Saskatchewan?!-?very?6SUcli|
in need of men, nnd at, Saska.twn.?tihe
farmers are paying as^'Iilgir;���asY|4150;
aiid $4.75 per day.   ; It ^msvt-^ait-
ln every point in,. Manitoba-:yiaiiners'
are short of men, and;sare- ^offering'j&
uniform price of ?3.00; per?day?YJ?^t'
Virden 100 men are tf^;ded,?v;ahia':0fi;!
loud hue and cry comfes , fr6m??Mprf
den, Ma_itou, Pilot filound.vKillS^n^y'T
Deloraine,   Carman,   Elm Cr^k??and
Treherne. '?^?,?;-.-;'':V"-r'-Y??Y?-;.
'The rate of one cent-a?mile in Manf;
ltoba vvill be In e*l_ect?uhtilt^?:e(fe^
of Octohfer, and the ori^tialf; cent i^te
will be effective to poiriit:s?further'���:wesfc
until the 25th v!     Eveaj?il^;%iaU' n _rh?
ber tbat have respon^aYtoYthe call
will h6-lip to splve the tl^^SflUe^toif
of the gathering of tih_Sgr?U^s before
the frost com.e_, andfMthYciJritihued
dry spell the lui'xners are quite sure
that there will be very little left o��
tr*"- -v'-st f-^o?*- hv tlie e&d of OctobeT.
In the agi-Iculturai districts around
Saskatoon th."> demand   for   help   is
At this pnint aa high as
::M> YtheS^vlspilietiti&0iti$,ti ���:b^fth^?^vv^lt'
.'w!estfe^'iC^adi^':^i^p,;'^ii      ^tciivs
���-wi-tJ-?ti^;ebn^jaue^ ;fipa*r^
.-:=_:,v'.'t_-^,'oia -^AAHaAiii-VA^-.*.-. ^4,
JFO R';. rOCTQBER"?^?^^^
4^A17lA>l.Av<AA. .
��4    TB    m    ^/.��.
,(���  . ���    b .f       ..     AAM.J,
the farmers declare they cannot get
sufficient men.
A-U-.!..   h^mAn   nr.   rama.ltl   in   r>tf����_n   wHTl
A AAY74 1       AA14AA.A.U1    V..      * \f..��   .,. ���.     ...     ^r . �������� .    ���-* >	
nothing to do
for a period of three
Men.  Women  and   Children  Struggle
in Big Frood
Rome. ������ A waterspout parsed
through Caetellamare, on the south-
era coast of Sicily, yesterday evening
devastating the town in a few minutes.
The streets were covered with
water to a depth of four feet. Houses
collapsed, and the open spaces were
fi led with men, women and children
struggling in the fiood. Some of
them were drowned and others rescued, with difficulty. A number of
per&ons lost their lives through being
buried in debris. k
Troops were sent from Trapani to
assist in restoring order and providing
shelters for the survivors.
The exceptionally dry weather in
northern Italy has been fo.lowed hy
numerous forest fires. An area comprising nearly 100 square miles is reported to le in flames near Savona.
inj^^erit^tiid?;tlys? w*^?a������lop'm<* jts;
?<&mih_ Wuoti a^he^S��iit?lt^?Saime'.' t i liie,
;fiave K^restedv'tib^^
? wCll/beopine- /p^rman^ot^p^ ;
tiuy[ adyaiic"e: >prices?i^?uneeri^^
!c_ang�� s :"-i^td - ^ e--?si^^
.;nb-?<^n,ge> tfhe:v feci ^a,t?th&?XJhdted
;f&tonate;;tihls '.year?i,n Y-|)roi!^i;hg, .'1111?:
-u^ua_^la-ge?crop&- bt^wh;!i^t?;.o��/.-ayer-;.
'agSv^^?,^a��lty;; "^d?�� at?t*he^-;v'hav_
���anVy^^��S.?afi3d-p' :\a?'begin.'nM._: :jbf ?disippis-'
ing"of -tiiielr 'surplus tbY'-the----''export-
market.      Tho delay  In these large
crops pressing on  the world's markers  has,  us?t:u   caused   pTsnoipaily  by
tihe delay through ur^avonable weather in the fimlshing of harvesting and
t.'ie progress of threEhing ir. the U.*3.
and   western   Canada's  spring   wheat
area.      The weather over this part of
the   world  has ���been  more  favorable
during tihe past two weeks tthan* previously, although in the last four, days
it had been partly, though not serious-
\f v-nset?"-?"- and tihe work of thrp,sh-��
ing and hauiing the grain to the country depots lhas progressed,  and^ railway movement ��5iows    a    large   increase.      In the 'last five days there
have been 4342 cars of wheat inspected at Winnipeg; in the same five days
last year the number was 2770 cars.
The  average  quality  continues  higih
-G.Wd enY^xtY w^Yy^Ys
?:< i r; './J??V'���'���*.<.t^,���.,������^^^?f^i'P?��M
the ih*^y:itii:-:ti$^
vHteviodg - Walks? _d_.!liits)ipwf^��^_i
gravel.-: in -o^;day??^a_:d?t^e3^lig;^iT^
;;"^me^mi��^naries --.who'fa^'^'i^SiiJKefm^
31. of "ouf ���lessora?are-:-r^_6fd^io|i^
Mark and tell bf;Me;'r_eali_g^f^':;d^rY^
and dumb maai.     Some are dumb be-"f*-^|
cause  they  cannot speak and ^others /.' '*���
are dnrnh U*eause Uiey *.vi!i aot-spe^k^.^
Ix is sometdmes wise for those wlioVYY.||B
can both hear and speak to'hea& if ti-jy^M
xxxVlM," 13). Too many aredunibW i^Nk
cause they do not feel constraiihed io '- M-*^
speak. Tiheir remedy may be found ^f
in Ps. xxxix, 3; Ezek. iii, 27; Jer. -xx. rti-fi
8. 9. If any are inclined to *" plead- VJ.f|sL_
slowness of speech or the iii^aiciency ?^_3
of vcutU thev fcs h-slned Sv Six. Iv. la!^l____l
Jer. i, 7-9. All need that which'our^r^M
Lrord commended in Acts iv?311 All'-MS
may come unto Him/aaid He knows' &t''??gag_i
once a right way for each. His way-IeSfiK
with tOids particular man was unique:'g%��j__l
but it must have been Khe right way/<i^HB
for hixa. He took hian aside _rom"i?^MI
the multitude.      He often  takes - us^ ^0SBB
and the percentage of itough   or   no j aside th.at He may cause us to heaii
-r ���
Noted  Cleric    Gives    Utterances    to
Characteristic Advice
Moose Jaw.���'fhe Rev. Father Eer-'.
nard  Vaughan,  S.J.,  was  In  Mccse
Jaw recently and interviewed on his
impressions o? the west, said*���-
"To my way of thinking thtere never
was a land more ready to give a living- wage to anyone who is ready to
eive in exchange an honest day's
wofk- 'My advice to Old Countrymen coming out here in the future will
be: Leave your eye-glasses at home,
and your knickerbockers and your hyp-
erorltlclstm and your superiority, put
on a, pair of overalls, pull oS -your eoait
roll up your sleeves and "put your-back
'into your work till you are through
wiibh It. Then IiUtstead of being all
in, down and out, you will come out
on top and Will become a useful member of an ewtM-prislng community, ami
not at all a bad advertisement for the
Old Country."
has completed  the  adjourned sitting
s _me time the board will held a number of sessions In the West,
Prof. MaglU also took up with the
Trade and Commerce Department a
number of questions w��*h a view to
facilitating the rapid movement of the
He reports that grain is moving rap-
Idly and is oE'a high %radev They
are hopeful that there will not be a
������blockade'Yand he reports chat the railways are doing everything possible
to handle the enormous crop .whiich
is pouring into Fort "William and Port
Woik on The new Government owned if levator Is beirg nisJied as rapidly
as possible, and it will be ready  in
sue uoosn
UK; 1
OW the turkey_days are numbered, andhe won't have long to wait.
ipor *jje^ proclamation's Issued fixing on:
And well iisar a
���     -A\YY.\. J
.t the end of this ' .'O-tTf ibCT\therp will be
hanksglving date,
yal feast,
There'il be pipkin ^le
Tbei   "" "     *        	
But not one of all the
for turkey ftom the M__est to the least,
Bd fisiri'i
I'b downilSch eager throat to toss.
Sti4J! ��raf *!TtV.f^'_*r;��:<��frr5,\afi'i*!Pa.
grade cars is on the" decline. Today
the United States Agricultural Dept.>
Issued mhelr October report, giving
among other information,,the e-t'tiina't-
ea yield per acre of the "J.S. spring
wheat crop. The yield is put at 17.2
bus. giving a total yield of 330.390,000
bus. against 300,000,000 bus. at
Sei-*-itemhi->r -     1st. _-he      winter
wheat crop, estimated on Aug. 1st,
was 389,942,000 bus:, so tihai the iota! U.S. wheat crop as. estimated at
this date as 720,332,000 bus. against
the final estimate of 621,338,000 bus.
for the crop of 1911. , La-st week the
U.S. visible supply increased 1,025,-
000 bus. against an. increase last
year of 3,989,000 bus and the aggregate now is 32,633,000 bus. against
56,698,000 bus. a yetu ago. The
European visible increased 5,020,000
bus. compared wi>l._ a decrease !s��t
yed-r -I 700,000 bus. and -the total I-s
now 77,988,000 bus. L.ast year the
total was 82,400,000 bus. The world's
available supply of breadstuffs according to Bradstreets, ' increased last
week 10,936,000 bus. compared with
the dncpBase of 5,753,000 bus. a year
ago. The world's ^ shipments last
week from exporting   to    importing
. ��;-,s&j
or see or Itnow something He could l &
not otherwise teach us^ . It is bleseGd:> ^f|
to ha taken aside -with'Him. v I like" "
the verse which .says taunt we shbttld
live together with Him'i! Thess. v,\'ti*
10). We liave read of n_*,n,y being'1 ^
healed by touching Hi.m'OT, tihe ieni'v.
of His gatpmient, but see -Kite Sn
on Tins man's ears-and tongue; and roYvirii
iy.      Was iihe powtM- iu HLs toueUot*-;^^
stamttly he could hear and>speakrplaiiin-Y^
iy.      Was ithe pow��r iu. His touch"<*j?1V��m
in the words "Be opened." or In 'both? \ %H
More icmpo-rtianit for me to be'able "fco   -?_B
(tflV      ___      Hb     TiO+'h     +4-lllrt>,��5.^     -m_     ami' 7^'__i
say that He hath touched me sums ,���.
hath spoken to me, and taught me to '^
say "He hath done all things well,;*
JuRit here M&tt_.e*w records that He?-?
wont up Imtto a mountakhand sat down ' -*<*
and greait mulititudes came ito Him ? ]i
briinging^ ijie lame, biina, _umo, maim* <���*!
ed aaid otihers aftd cast tthepa at Hi_ >^f
*-__i->.t      o.vi^l     TI+
1*1 *_rii1��^.i*l i1   + V* *%.wv
Kj\JVHX\,l J^O
Mounted Men Underpaid
Ottawa.���Domuntls from new sot'tlo-
ments throughout Western Canada for
detachments of the Royal Northwest
Mounted Police bpcomo - more In^lftt-
ent as western development" proco^ls
nnd the demand exceeds the supply
The force at proaent ^onaifets of 656
olllcers nind inon, w4vicU i�� forly-ronv
holow ihe strength, tlio- full strength
l>elng 700. Despite an nvcragc re-,
emitting oi 15 men a moiith tha club
-1�� scarcely ahlo to hold lt.^4 own cm
ftjccount of tho unavoidable wns'o
from di'smluaftls. death8,ttcrm qxplfa-
tione, etc, ���   .
It tra -atpjlod that, a consmcrnble num.
b_T pf men have bofen.' I'fwirhltpd In
tho -old country rpoentiy biit thmt a
li_g��( priiporllon did uoit como up to
the r-equlrpimentn. Tho rata of pny
ln,tliiO R.N.W.M.P. in cot)iPi��rlBon
to wngPB In tho west Is said to bo too
lowuto tuttraot recruit 8.
W-olland Canal, Enlnrgempnt
���   Ottawa.���Tho lion.   Frank    Cooh-
raiMJ, JMtjtiiftler ot Rallwayn nnd Cannln
haa* returned .from u tour If Inepoc
, UOil  u\ct   tue   y> ��� .1 ��� ��� n...
ynilU, It ts woll known that tho Gov-
>a*nm��h't! !,nit��nd��iAto huiftton Wio oon-
wt/nic-tl'iyit of t-hitt' wotfk, It la vonillt-ed
llhat ftwtnic to a laoit of Imformoition
whlioh Ih nftflPiajuiry' for BnoclfloiittlonB
Jt Will bo impoa��lblo to let. any com
tftmtx until next Bprln��.
MiiRlnNWwifl ��ro now at work, .how-
ever, tnkln'T hwirlnigrt nmd fl-p.nHn*-*; *Wio
rc*Tn4r**d Infnrmntion.
Next yixw will wo. tJlie conum-nctv
���m*Miit of tlio aotual couotrwctlon work.
tihoro l�� ��vei*y roatnon to Uoll*>v��**.
.      .'.|*Aj        ', |,il    ,        "
Thr����teH'   to
Crow'��  N��at
"       'I,1!   . . ""
tltrlke      ;
Cttlgnry? AHn--Fnilfinift: to got their
claim- tor yardogo aubmlttod for nr-
; Mt-raWom, the minora Jn'tho ojnploy tof
*h��* Crow'a N**Ht. Coo.1 company, nnm-
" tj.jy.;,;,. Y''-l"i>. !!.���*'���.���- j'..-;...t'..''..v.ly ���.-"..'���l.-irr.!
Uioy'will. continue   nogotlationa. no
lohficr, but will go oh atrik��.     Notiro
to thJ* effect .lua.lMHm (forved ou tho
company nnd. the minora claim lgnor-
ijmi by tho ix>mpi*|rry t-     ��'he preRddent,
-' ��    A,...    .,..!������,'    *.'....    I..,,., r. *l ' 41....    (,|.,lillr.l-v
��rt��i.-<i lo-ifrlktviind'a-bbard ota Indua-
trial dlaputOH haB boen unltod tor in
tm%x. Application to tho mlnlater of In-
- bar.
Heart   Rending  Suffering
Trfittiion ���f"on��>.iderable hod Ior ' of
Servian troops have been sent across
the Bulgarian border to join the Bulgarian army, says a despatch from
Describing the terrible condition" of
the hospital al Tu��hl, a Podgritza correspondent says that a hundred
wounded Turks are lying around half
naked, awaiting treatment. - The
floors are covered with putrid medK
cinal dressings. The Turkish doctors i-re apathotic, doing nothing.
The Cettlnje correspondent of the
Dally Mall tells of crying need for
first aid societies. Up says the hospital arrangements at Podgorltza are
very bad. There ls no proper sanitation and operations are performed UI
Ih-o crudest mnnncr after days of delay with  no  preliminary  dressing.
It is thought probably that the fighting will cease for, a fow days, tho
southern army having sulfured lu-av-
\ constnnt stream or woundon adds
tho correspondent, has arrived In the
''.as 1 threo days, which |ii*oye�� tiho
strngglo to have been desperate and
costly." Tho ofllclal figures of 1,000
killed and wounded probably is an
���_ inyiiHWw^wnwmait^iwmi _��i *-i ������* m*m
Fal|��  Sixty   Feet and   Lands  on   Hla
Head, only BIlQhtly Shaken
London. ���Cyril Foggln, a pupil at
tho HuBtbourno Aerodrome had a ro-
markablo  OHcape  from  death  yostor-
Tic foil with his machine from a
height of elxty foot, and ouoaped with
nothing worao than a aHulclng. Uo
owes hia Ufo undoubtedly to hla aafo-
ity hoi mot,
\�� 1-^f.f.imlm      ...��^��.       4^^,|^(v      *.��I4��11      111      ft,
HpHV monoplano .when the machine
Hltlo-nllpDod and M\, It *Waa com*
Krltoti-tly wrecked, and tho spootatora
ntnhod forward oxiiectl.hg to; find tho
airman dead. Ho waa not ovon atun-
110.1, and-only.complained ot a alight
henduoho.!,.?���'-,'-...': '": "-
Mr. Foggln said afterward that,ho
pitched forward and hla hood atruclt
tho front of,the machino, The hol-
niot which Uowuw woailng wati deeply
Tho airman attrlbutoa thai accident
to hlB imfami)|;tirll;jr, with the'typo of
machtno,    ���:���'���    - - * '
ThereTll be chlldren,/mothera, -fathers, brjithsrs, t^ipters^ncleS/ a-onts*
With the tnrieyjonjthe^table as tlje object that eijchants.
And i-Hbey ar^stri|Issjjhungry as off-easting day*jefore
They'll i_j^top'"at^i%good serving, but wiii pasa^he^ ylates for ssors
There'll be trou^ for^e'earver, though hetrt^sto^
wore 14,688,000 bus. asairn-it.
11,024.000 bus. a year ago. and the aggregate amount of wheat on ocean pas
sage is now 38,688.000 bus. N agains-1
32,064,000 bus. a year ago. These
s>taUsitkj3, with -p-Xfcaps the exception
oi the U.S. visible supply statementj
glorified the God of Israel {Matt.' xy,'*'^
30, 31). When Israel came-out of-'��
Egypt there was not one feeble aimong^
Shslr -tribes and when the kingdom ~r3
conies the inhabitaut shall not say, ^t '-cl
am sick." There shall' bq no mor�� \J\\
death, neither sorrow nor,crying, nd='"""'-
ther shall  there be any more pain. v*-;.
Th.*-*""-   sfi^Jl   "hiiTuroW  -nn    nuw-o'    T._.l+n.����� VC
���thiT-t any mora; neither - shall th-r^"^
sun li^ht'-on th_32_ nor aiiy heat
(Ps. ov, 37; Isa. xxxlii, 24}\jclix.-.i0i"rS>
against Rev. vii, 16; jqci, 4). Do you "wonder ti.
that Jesus told them" of suoh a king'.'T.-'1
_om as, He fed them and healed them-:-- -,-
W3iait'!can. we tnmk of xhoss who kntow. ^
can 'be taken as   very
should   the    result   of
bearish    and
the   general
vv u����*t\v ���*;
most persu
Wheii too mamK-cau^roi- aru^i*^hJj*��ui^^^AAAi^
/There'll be^-equ-Jnt calls for^^^ng^W^he * ^^
And befor^iV-eust Is ended there'll be nothing left but bones?
t5o get lendy. Mister Gobbler, ni^gett ready. Mistress Hen,
For Thanksgiving day is comWPiind you'll see your finish then.
Now, ut Inst, your days fire numbered, nnd you won't have long to -wait*,
_wt the end of this   " ��otober you'll, be amoking on tbe plate.,
WKolo ����� PUot
Mdlnburgh.���aoafarlng mon on tho
flrth of, Fari^'furo greatly intcrcfltod
In ii wha4��, about 10 foot long, which
hnn tuU**ii ub Uh quarlel'S. In the np-
por reaciuiH. wuan an approaching
fillip aouiulu Uo alrcn tho whale/ prtv
noedn down 1ho Firth, t-wlmit round, it,
and finally prpf-oeda- it iintl itn di*.*4.un-
utlon to ro.iclird. - .    ,
Commissioner Withdrawn
Ottawa.���The department of trade
and commerce has decided, to withdraw A. W. Donley, its tiade commis-
tjioner In Mexico, and -for the present
tut least no successor will bo appoimt-
Lock of business between the Dominion and Mexico is given as the
reason for the withdrawal. It It,
stated U1u.1L the continual diwUirbancfes
io Moxlco and Uio additional fact thnt
the Mexican sleuin-fJiip line iormcrly
plying between Vanicouver and Mexico and -subsidized by Canada, has
been withdrawn, have boon retspunyl-
blo for the dropping off in Canadian
Mr. Donley, who Is ft SImcoe man.
haa hold tho position uh coinmlhslon-
or for t'ho pagit 10 years. For tho
prewenit ait leatit tho lnlorosts of Canadian--) In Moxlco win bo looked after
by tho lirLtiifth consul.
ui   1   -      -     -        1     - ��� ��r��* "***"  ���***-������������������< ��m*��
Old Man on Paris Street Aeks TJiem
to Help Thamaalvea
Pnrla.���-An od man In tho Boulevard do Bnnna NouvcUo yeBtorday up-
proaohod paaBorsby with a handful of
gold and ailvor, and boggod thorn to
Ut,'il' ujvu..iv\. uu.  ,.   ,
The monoy lo ror the poor, ho naid;
take what you want. The porsoria
i\hua atldroaaed did not wait to; bo auk-
od twice, and soon tho old man had
distributed nome $100. ���'���
Ho would havo continued hlB dla-
trlbutlon but for tho arrival of apb-
Hooman who naked tho old man to follow him to the pollco Btatlon. Thero
It ����������� found thnt he waa a rich pro-
priwior ai Ohaumoni-on-voxui and a
harm I mm lunatic.
Medicine Hat Population 1
Mod)clno HM.~~Aa a roaul- pt tlie
pollco omiWH It la announced ; that
Modiottno Hat haa a population of over
il.000, iKilntt -a gain of ��lx thoueand
within tho I'wh twolvc moiithui
Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by
Thompson, Sona &. Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.
���������",�� T\rr ���������������� ���'rtntii'n Piirln ��hn
third French ahlp of tin* pi'oudnought
type, will btt launched at Toliloh to.
day. nfler tuMng only ten* month 11 on
taw, ��toc|k*, , .
tjft-idon.-���nrlM from ft cat nronnod
tho landlord  or  the  <��<<���������*��������  mn,..ai-
Winnipeg. Oct.  9.���A    stimulating
influence- has come Into tho grain situation since a week ago in tho actual
outbreak of hopitilltles    hot ween    the
Balkan  -states   and   Turkey,  and  ilie
four that this action uuiy preclijp'ltate
a _i-Mioml hlaropean.   conflict. , ,   Tho
latter o\cnt would bo a caimmiHy too
toriihio to contemplate, and in jaco.of
It. wh.vt -tho murkcits might do would
bo of comparatively little consequence
to mosit of ub.     lt is to be hoped 'that
if the   conflict   cannot   he   stopped
tihrounh  tho  friendly Intervention of
tir"- great  powers    working-   liar mon-
loualy togeiLher It may bo conllned to
thn Balkan peninsula and,the combatants  Immediately conoprnod.    If the
c-iilllot remains within liies-o bounda
Its influence on the   grain   markets
would illkely bo Uttlo more than the
iipurt it Iiob helped to give io prlcca
in   Uio  last   few   day��.       &lnco  tihls
day wook the United Stattob anarkota
have advanced 1-/&0.    to    2%c,   the
'r-r^OSt -,idv-!\ne.e hftlni*:- In  ���"'���hletiim Tie-
ceinbor wheat.      In   our    WlnailpisK
market tho advance' 3ias boon 3Mic. ou
tiio October delivery and 2c. on (tho
other monthfl.     The vory largo movo-
m��int of wheat In tho United Statets
during tho pat^t two ntouMiH haw not
reaultod  Im the big accmnuloiMon of
visible euppliea that haa been looked
for.      Allien tho lat of .Tuly to dato
lhe-' nrlmnrv reieelnlM i>r w)i��>nit 4n the
U.S. huvo boon lOD.liO.'i.OOO buH. com-
pai��ul to 7G.901.000 bun.  In tlio ati-mo
period loot year, an Incroawo Hila.yoar
of 32,404,000 bun, and yot in *hai. time
tho U.S.  vliulb'** haa Inaro'aacd onliy
9,280,000 hna.  while bi��t. yeiir In tho
name time thoro wa'n nn   in-nrrtnao- of
32,836,000 hna'.      Theiv have no doubt
been '-pinny holert for tihiv new -eriop to
nil up, arid thoro haa heeii an ^inuH-
uiiliv good flour demand-in ihe 1.1.ft.
in  the  laof two  rnoijiiiti.' winoii   iimm
eauiietl the nillMng deiinnnd.'lo'be liirgn
iiiid there ban Ufi'ii an ttxiKiil di.ni.unl
beyond wlnit wtui c>i't*t>U-il�� which haa
been   ptir'My,  nt   I mi at,  <uiU'.^ed  by tiho
great    dolay   In   western   lQuntpean
world's moveiueijit 01 wlieat viuring iaaC
next few weeks be on the same lines,
the .probability is--that whatever views
J as to .prices speculative buyers may
develop,    the   commeroia*    value    of
Wheat for this season is -somewhere
around the level   of   present   prices.
Along with ample supplies of "Wheat
aotu'illv on hand or about to come on
the markets, we must keep, in view
the new crops now growing.      Tihw
Argentine  and   Australian , crops  are
growing well under favorable conditions hut their critical periods are during the -next six or eight weeks, in
two months the earliest districts, will
be harvesting.      The crop outlook in
India is favorable, and the seeding of
tho new winter wheat ln the U.S. Is
well advanced under favorable conditions . ,    ,
Our Winnipeg market has had quite
a spurt through ihe war, scare and apprehension of another speH of unsettled weather coming to*'further delay
movement.      October is beginning to
slip along  and  Of'tobcr  shorts have
heen getting very uneasy.      Shlppors
and exporters  have  a  great   deal  of
vessel apace engaged to load  at,.the
lake ports during, tbhls ihomih. and all
tihe wheat, Ih needed?     Thin 'haa caused our' market tp bo   .'stronger   than'
the U.S. markets, in face of a. large
increase In   wheat   receipts.        The
ehorta have roally boen thn mean�� of
advancing tho prices through Mieir ��1-
fortsto cover'their lahort sales, and u
���giKwrdenl of trade has be&n, evened
up In this way and the ehont lint-erevit
leasoned, niid unleas further ��trongth
cornea from outside,   .today's    prices
aro likely to cane- down -again. Totlay'a
coah prices arc 1 Nor.. 92-4c: 2 Nor.,
DOVlc;'3 Nov., 88��/(jc;. No.   4   whoat,
82��/{ic,    Tough  whoat. is    6c.    under
atratght grade.     Alberta Hod Winter
No. 1, 91c; A.ll.  No.  2, 90c; A.It.
No. 3, 88c.     Futures claaed Octobor
0'-o;  Nov., 90%c;  Doc., 87%c;  May,
D2vi-c.      ......
of such a kingdom and aire doing no�� '/IB
tolng,t)o make it known'to-others who-V^Jg
Louddn.��� Captain A. c. Wcirf-gai, ^	
M.P,    Hir    UIO   HWI��UIM*U*1   UIVIMIOII   ui. I  l-4t>wtpi|4.t,i.li,   uauilAjtunii..-,   '-w   ""�����   l\..ti.
l4tnooln*"hlr*", hna Ihwii nmkUiK a tour -tiiM. hon*** waa on Are.      The oocu-'
ot Uio con#ULu��ncy on horaoback.      ��� pariia tyart'ly wDcaptd with their l)Vw-f
VV IK'il-l.     A.UIH'14.     .11     1��II4     4lll|tA4,     -���
.1. ,    .,.��.,    nn fi��v/"t*",.1��|A   *ii->rll''AU*
Thua the l��l�� moveniwut of Mie II.H.
now eroii haa gone el nowhere (bun In-
The out market contiinucs Ann wi!.h
good demand, owing to .scarcity. The-
���mow crop oata will be late in coming
aloois . fwjoly and Bhorta in October
oata aro Hablo to bo Bauoo/jed. Tiio
Bitook of 2 C.W. oata ut Fort William
and Port Arthur la only 29,711 bus.
lu'iilnst 2-9M94 bun-. ''���*������ y4��j*r. T^t-
<Uty'a cash pi-lci.-i. nn- 2 CAW, -I2e: '.1
C.W., ��0e; 13x. 1 Fd.. 41o; 1 Fd..
39c; 2 I'M., 37c. Futures closed
Oct. 40Mic; Nov. 30%c; Doc., 3B**_c,
llecelpta of barley nre fairly lnrgfl
and demand la good     Polcoa nro No.
3, f��r��o;  N<��.  4,    COc;    Kojootcd,    4CC;
Food, *tr��c.
*�� < -.    ��� ���* > ���* it     a     ....   a
I it. V*A.'<i J' i'O      V> *     iJii.4,*     mrni  V     .' J ��� ��� V      ��� ' ��� '*    1   ' '   '       -'  ��� '    t
tho quality vory eatlafaotory. The
nomnnd Im oniy fair and thn prlee
U'lidw i<�� enni�� off uomo. Tod.ay'ti
catrfh price* aro: 1 N.W. Canadian.
lf��2c; 2 Chin. WtmUun, M8c; Ilejooliii),
't��rt��    if,, i Mr ah ��v|j-a.<wv" Oml      IROe*  Nnv
148e;  Doc. lSDttc.
Pricrw ��*v�� haaltx doUvory in atore
Fort WlUluiii. Port Arthur anil Duluth,
might be srla_.'*_ hs^-m". "It��t._��-j������������� ��.* *"���8S
it if they only knew abo?.i�� ���, Jt' aiw^��
knew how to become lielrs/to^ ll?'^-..^S
- Returning to  tdie record  Jn' Karlt;^H
vvtr itsau  iiuai tut; ^Jiuj.un.uu��sa<uaiu  -tjajj   ���i^B
wltii Him three days" wltih nothing tQ"*5|
ezft, and some had come lo-gdis-tancea,'.';!
tso He toad compassion upon,the,mvaflidv.
said to the disciples, "If I.scad tli^Oin./
away^ fa_tiingv they will tfdnp by $,he ,,'1
way."     Dj�� He reaaily-eaj-w-ana Ado_a ?i
lie care If we a-re faint-and -yreary^ ,t|
Oh, yeis, He cares; 1 know'J^e'cfote-Sv *
It matters to Him even.about? spaf*
rows, and He olothes the lilies.  Tha ~
disciples  seem 'surprised  at His re-''
marks aimd aek:  Whence 'can a man'?
satisfy tihe^e with bread here in tho t
wild��rn-eis��?     Well, that-'dopemds upr
on ibhe-man.     An ordinary man could L"
not. bnt -who 5$ this mail?     Had they
forgotten  that  $o v recently  thoy had ���
takon  food from Hla hands to more4
than 5,000 pooplo an,d had, aeon Him ?|
control  adid   subdue  a  groat atorm t
Ye.-,, it le t.ho old Biory of Ps. lxxvill-
"Thoy forgot His works and Ills won,
tiers thajt Tic had showed thom. The\
mid:   Can God furnish n table iu th
wiW.csi'ije^w.?".   ������ I-Iavlug;-. -ciseertaliwi?''?
thac tiioy had���'���jov.ohloayen. ntid.a fevi-iSI
��� -pmoiil flehf'S, He: took i-tiom: '.and. giive (���"
thoitiltB and. broke thc/n�� and;';,gave t->*; j
the:'disciples, to eet beforo tlw peei*>i0''i]
and truey d,!u1 all cat; n:(id w.ere,',fllied. ???l
Ho took w'hut they had and usod it -I
n�� on the furnior-ocoaBilon, though He;tilI
migiit huve.n-tiiie.d, it  .froni'   Ileavetuli
(Ps.   lxxvlll, 24).      The poor widows I
hart  a pot of oi 1, and  lie muitlplled
that.      Another  widow had a,imi(��.ti
meal and oil and He multtplfcd lilwtitfl;i'i
Ho can ct-ate out of iiothlng, hat H'd'(;|
sooniB to lovo to take what \ve luivvo'
and   lncreiiBo  it.    'lio  wtuita ItaiUil
given over to Him,' am tlieiae -aud the?
lad gave all into His haiida,   na ?Ho',|
IlinibRdf gave up all for us.   ,IIClia��?
provided a full and complete otoi-iuii'l
redcimptton which lio fi*e,e\yi gJye-�� ^o'.;,
cv��i:y onie -willing  to    receive    Wrm?
Then He aflks thoao wlvo '"hayb?Yi*cJ'J
oe-Iv#d I,Ilm, and   to whom   He   hiia'i
glvnn nil, to foraniko all that they havo
llhat lilxoy* may beedmo Hla dlaelplea
(Itom.  vi, 23;  John i, 1J��; laikeYxlv;,
33), to be nflfxj by Him an He wlil. H*'. j
la all fullneaa, the fulinoos of the Qotl?|
head bodily, and weinayrbe II lied by?
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include tho placing of wlillled inwjli'^wL
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' !I  -I  ���������_:l  ,  b _r  p*  ��������� 4r_i  ���������See our windows for chi_a*?are.  ���������Thrt P.nJjh Stnra v.     ������������������ ���������  _  HIS,       S51_l*_������U't4���������-J    C4A-V4A  Unshrinkable Combinations. Made from choicest wools  snugty to every line and curve of the figure���������yields freely to every movement. No  rough seams-each seam being bound. The next time you want underwear, aon -  ask for underwear, ask for rHsWSOI-'s  Unshrinkable.  !  B  B  B  1  1  I  '���������y-ff-'  '���������^8_v  A^wi.-  n 1 i-irwiMr-t'������.MJMLiUU*aiB_m  mam  Church Notices  l METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  Several erroneous statements were  made in last weeks Review whioh we  desire to correot and to apologize for to  these concerned. Instead cf a sen being  born to Mr. and Mrs. W A. Pease, tbe  I child came to Mr. and Mrs. Vaughatt  who are residing with Mr. Pease. Mr.   JI     -AT��������� __l������l-_.v_       -.������      f^u__l._._-.l.      U.AW.  UUU JUAB.   .UAIU���������OUU    *lx    VtnUAHVUlV     11V4W  visitinor their daugLtss1 Miss Slrickso��������� IP  aud her aunt, Mis** Dobbin who have  been living in the Mallandaiu residence  fur several weeks, instead of the parties  * *  j stated last week. The real estate transfer memiowiil lost week was sot th&t c"  Capt. FlttsGerald but rather of his  brothe* H. 0*8  PitstQsrald.  BATHS,   CIGARS,    CIGARETTES   AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET.  1 SAM HATFIELD,Prop,  Morning - - ii:iw a. Ml.  Evening   - 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School 2*20 p, m*  You aro .welcome to   tarry with us.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  if ia,sse������������r_ airis- %#mm\ -.  j - / 1 -*-  Have shipped to their agent ap Creston . *  ^    - -    .    * ti   ti '" ,     r 1  2 wAR LOADS of Farsis if_.i*!������>??_eiits  consisting of       '  Light asd heavy wagon?, One horse wagons,  Plows'  all si_esj Orchard extension disks, all sizes,. Harrows .  ,    i ,  spike tooth,  leaver* and   spring  tooth,   One horse "**  cultivators,  sand  packers,  cream  separators,  Root  * .       * ���������     *-  cutters, Mowers* Rakes, Hay loaders,   Hay tedders .  etc.  m\BBBtmBtBBB*mBBBBB  Keotenmy Qma^sge Go*9  \ mWLr       mWmWmm^tWW'mWN,0    fifS     ^0 B  Bi*SB BElfJmN  a  ���������ana  usio  i tuu rm itns-ii uuncui  Drs. K. & K. TAKE ALL RISKS  1 1 \&i     A "}.   VS.     f     im\W  ������. - =  i l__s__k-^__^ i^M^mk,^.m\%  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday  at  11 a. m.  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening ttervice.  W. G. Bi_acB  Minister  The   renovation  of  the   Methodist  ohdroh will, en the arrival of the new  i  pews wbioh are looked for this week, be  completed. There is a new cork oar-  pet on the platform and aisle. Thei"  I TOijodwork has been stained and varnished, the walls tinted a beautiful  green and the ceiling a pleasant cream  with a boarder of timber stained am-  ������-.-.*= Ti-3.    K-i--.''a,      -K-_!.a*,.���������      mmi.s.a^Xm     m.  .TOX. .������������a\j     44 Xm^X\3      A.������a*^m..a.^,       x*������mm^f.xmm     mm  pleasing appeafaitoe and good taste.  _  _~^T_"_ TAfTri  ��������� ri<ui i  *        AND ORNAMENTALS  _^    1  _  IQBeORS  ���������saari-^t������������������ f������ ur  I?������'J   v    C   b������  I  _r  V4      ..-.      Ctare^ hy &a New Met_o_ Treatment  f&~   NO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WTCHOUT WEH-EK CQKSENT * *C3  Thousands of young and middle-aged men are annuaEy swepfc to a ���������prematare gw.ro  S'iorough Early Inditcretioiu. Jticossea and Blood viscose*,   if you nave any of the feu- h  lowing symptoms consult us before it is too tale.   Ave yoa nervous acid ���������weak, despoo- H  Bdeox ana gloomy, specks ut-iToro tlie eye*, tv.ut. uivrk circles under ihect, -weaic back, wb  y^ 3__iey3irrltablevp^pi';ation of the hci?rt> bashful, dreams and losses, sediment in uriao. g  9 pimples on the face, eyes sunUcn, hollow chech*;. care-n-orn expression, poor memory,. B  ������������������i        W.m.,...      .  ,T. i.      . '   f      ,        ........   ..���������       .   ���������.���������.   .^   1    ^Am^^.���������At-       A     ma   ,   v_...w.4..__      ~^..l*~���������    _~������n.1a������..        nt.M ..f.f.f.^1 m        MA.  AilCreaa, OaBCA-IAAAL-IUA. AAAA.^ XJJA^A f,Jf   ClAllA a.lt.UQUl,   A..A..IA AAAIAA.UI.^.0.  .C3UGIK.  AM^l^AO,   A.u..u^%m.^.n.      m.  moods, weak manhood, proaiature decay, boao pains, hair loosa^ sore throat, etc. M  YOU     WILL     BE     A     WRECK B  Onr Km* Method Treatment can cure yon and make a man of yoa.   TTnder its Infia- B  SeiAVO AAAO AJ1AAAAA A4C1.14A4AC��������� 4Al.ll VU. Lilt- UIUIA1 |IUliUCU. DW UU.U U^ I/M^ti.vo. w.wm.uv^ muu ._.������^.*������ ^g|  disappear, the nerves become strong as steel, so that nervousness, basbfulness and aes- bb  ���������a Bondcncy vanish, ths eye hecoincs bright, the face full and clear, energy returns to. the B  I" tody and ths moral, physical and sosrual systems aro invigorated: aU _f_ias eeass���������eg S  more vital waste from tho system. Don't let quacks and fakirs rob yoa- of your hard 9|  earned dollars.   We will cure you or no pay. H  _ EVERYTHWG PI-VATE AS_? CO?JF������ENTLaVL g  B READER:  Wo matter who has treated you, write fo_ an honest opinion Freo of Chars*"*-, B  B Boobs Fr���������������������"The Golden Monitor"   (IUr.strated)  on Secret Dbeases of Men. B  g ,     QUESTION UST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST ������|  ������_y__Bi_ati_���������_fl_n__Bk_r __  C-or, Michigan Ave������ and Grisv/o!d St.9  Detroit, MIcSl  CHURCH OF ENGLAND    ,  Christ Church  Oct-. 27 (81 tb Sundav after Trinity)  Harvest Thanksgiving  Matins Holy Communion 11 a. m.  Sanday School 3 p, m.  Evensong, Sermon 7:30 p. m.  Philip O. Hayman   (Vicar)  The Masquerade dance to be given  under the auspices of L. O, Ij. No. SOS-  promisee to be the event of the season.  GrGf-u xuuaiit hns _66u ScCurea, Gray orO-  veell  beine the violinist and Mrs. At-  1 j^jti E_*4_?' *>  &  &  All our trees are Home, Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry all the leading varieties most,  suited to tliis district  on three-year-old whole roots.  n_r KrM->oiai*hv is buddecfstock  mm  _ia  v.mS^'.ca    aAnnmTta.liof.  UA AAAfljWy   MWVU.fH������M(n  ���������I'll��������� ������ATj.|no a^# ad  mission has been set at ?5 cents each  which inolndes the snpper. Farther  announcements regardins prizes etc..  ���������will be m^de on oosters later.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  ���������ee us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices -which are for Correspondence and  l/aboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Out.  ^Wrlta for our private address.  in  j  -���������4'r-.>"^**->-*t4''  <_bkk___s-&besp:  m%mMmmmmWmmmm*m  The Riverside Nurseries  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  I ������*    maa%mmam7~"m!mw JU*\    J_M__ _W__i __ff      JHW   MBM'flMA ntBrnB* BgB-*tf.^SSb ff^������&������������������&������������GE?S!!&  Plums aaP"EmE gff%������������S cherries  GUARANTEED HOMEGROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURREtt.  Minlstor of Agriculture  | ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  I For Catalogue and Price list, writo to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  _n_ma_B___n-__ia-K_H_c������  JLXXJL^  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPIT-VL, $15,000,000  REST, $1^2,500,000  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Ifruxiu on liic principui cilictt in the luiluvv inji cuuulricu ibHiicd without  elelny:  MiicedonU  Mitlta  Mrincliiirla  MrxIco  Niiw /nnlund  Norwuy  I'lKIUIIIU  I'erkiu  Peru  Milllt'liIlK* lulitiiilri  I'ot ii nil  I-rttura,!  Afrie*  Cuba  Arabia  Denmark  Argantln* R-ipubllo  Hirypt  l*rnlund  Armenia  Auatralla  Porrnoa*  AimtrU-Hungary  Prancw  Balglnm  Qarmany  Urmll  Graeco  BtitiraHa  Holland  Caylon  ChlU  Icelimil  India  China  Italy  crm������  JMAJMI4  NumU  ficrvla  HI it m  Siberia  Hnntli Africa  Spain  Htrulm UmtUmanta  Hwmloii  HwltiKirlotit)  Hyrla  Tn rimy 0.7  UiiltidStriti-ii  4\W...I.......  VV VA.   ...MIVMi  A..I..  These draftn can be drawn in Hterling, franco, mnrlcu, lire, Uroncn, yen,  ise.fl, rcml"*!****! ������*<������*-, nrt'ordinfi" t������"������ tt������������* moni'v of lli<* roiinfry in which they  nr������-i pnynhle. Thia enable** the payee to obtain tin* exact uniount Intended.  Percv B. Fowler.  Mariii-'er Creston Brnnrli  water iNotiee  ' ��������� ���������   Tv-niO -.JL ���������'. r .Tr*Tcntrtr*Ti* mA ��������� W * _r-"-* " * ���������*������-������.  t ���������    ���������������������������������������������>���������     -.mm.   ^+m.vjm*4.-*\S������3t    JLXJt        f. j*_ f_  ���������*���������_ ���������   j% J^ \_p  NOTICE is hereby given that Egbert  Louis Tom Taylor of Orestch B. 0.,  will apply for a licence to take and  use i cubic foot of water out of tributary of Kin-** Creek which flows]in a  westerly direction through Block 9, Lot  892 and empties into King Creek near  Block 11 of Lot 892. The water will  be diverted at. the S. E. corner oi  Block 9, and will be used for domestic  purposes on the land described as  Block 9, Lot 892 (S. E. 10 acre block).  This notice was posted on tbo ground  on the 23rd day of Sept. 1912. The  application will be Hied in the office of  the Water Recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with th6  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parlla-  ment Building, Victoria, B. O.  E. L. Taylor (Applicant)  ���������All sizes in Btanfleld's underwear  at the Oroston Mercantile Co.  iMritie-A ������*-._   ]���������������*���������������������������**���������������**������-  rNU**V**V*C Vi    &~J*".-s������**,Sf*������*'s  pality rteeting  ir       For farther nartieulars annlv tn nnr U.������>_1 A  <&rt*n*t  ^ J. tsunco, tsox __9, Ureston, B.Co i  _55?_?  Land Notice  Nelson Land Distriot.   Distriot of Went  Kootenay  Take notico that Levi Bent of tho  Oity of Cranbrook, ooeapatlon a laborer;  intonds to apply for pormiamon to pnr-  chii.so tho following dt'������oril*ed lauds;���������  Ooinmenoing nt n post planted 80 foot  distant in n Wostorly direotiou from the  North Wont post of Mnnnoi-To's Lot.  Thonoo North 20 chains; tlionoe Wont  20 [chain-,; thouoo South 20 chains;  thence Kant 20 chains contninltnv forty  acres moro or less. '  * Levi Bent,  Applioant,  T"\..������~.l  rv-4-������...   v     mt\4i%  ...*..   ^., w ������w^.w������ *,  mm mm.* .  To the Editor of the Oreston Review,  Dear Sir:���������  As it was unaminously decided to  Uulu a Monicipoi meeting to enquire  further into the matter of municipalization, permit me if yon will to state  that the said meeting is to he held in  the Mercantile hall on the evening of  Saturday Nov, 2 nd. There has been a  lot of information.gleaned from one  source and another as to. Municipal  government and the developement of  Hydro electrio power and everybody in  the distriot is invited to at end this  meeting,      Youro truly,  T. M. Edmoudson.  ..    ������������������ t       .���������  ���������LADIES, call at our store and  look over our supply of McOalls patterns just received.    S. A. Speers.  Renewal of License  Liquor License Act (Section 42)  Notice is hereby given that on the  first day of December next, application will bo mado to tho Superintendent of Provincial polico for a renewal  of the Hotol License to sell Liquor by  retail in the hotol known as the Ores-  ton Hotel, situate at Oroston in  tho  province of British Columbia.  Bated this 18th clay of Octobor, 1012,  ���������T. B. Moran, Propriotor,  RENlfiWAL OV LICENSE  Liquor Liconsu Act (Section *Ja2)  Notico Is horoby given that on tho  first day of December next, application will bo mad,- to tho Superintendent of Provincial police for a renewal  of tha fiotol License to sell Liquor by  i-tail In tho hotel known us thn Erickson Hotel, B.timtii at Erickson In the  province: of Brltloh Colim.bJ'i,  Bated this 18th day of October, 1012  ��������� tU.Ai.A44.     ������������",   I*.U,IJ,   *?*.UHJJ.,*l������Vi>J,-������  - PAlJl.  m   *S  W.   9  1  s  For Infants, soft sole shoes and', slippers  35c up  For Children, we carry all siaies and weights in AM-  HURST, FASHION, WILLIAMS and other  Reliable makes, in  Pebble,   Box  Calf and  Kid.  ,y: ti;ytiti>$tA,0;.Vp  Misses  Sizes, n  to  z.   in Kid  and  Box Calf  ^/-Wa-V-U*        m~*\mt    :^& asm-mi %J   ,  ,    / ������������������ . I '���������     '    ' '���������        I '������������������'���������.������������������.���������.'-. ��������� - ...', ,.'.'.'.'������������������..'  Ladies  r-h jcs  \u  several'?-,r<^ikMe .wakes  In Men's shoes we fcatnre:s **INVICTUS";m������idc by  G. A. Slater Co^ also AMHUIRf$T, WILLIAMS  and other guaranteed   lines. \  A Full Stock of Rubbers from the smoNkat sijge to the  heavy. Stub proof shoe ior Itttribering and farm  work.        ' .   '.'- .-��������������������������� ?������������������'??.?������������������������������������  on  mx,*������i*m^t^mi#wMri*im ���������w*-^i4*������w**avw������j^^  BBBmtm  MERCANTILE  MM4MM   (a  RENEW A1 j OK LIOJUNl-E  Liquor Licence Act (Section 42)  Notice is horoby given  th.it nn tht>  first day of December next, application  will tie made to tlie Superintendent tit,  Provincial police for a renewal of tho  Hotel License to soil by retail In tlit+<j  %.mXf.%   %.^m.m.m    ������-,   U..      Ul.,.l.���������       ir���������A~l nl  unto at Slrdur In the province of Bi*i-*|  tish Oolumbia,,  ,i  Dated this 18th day of October 1DIZ  w'wi. Morris, Jfroprltor.  mmmmtmrntummimmmmmmmmmmx^mmmmmmmmimmmimmmiimmmimmtmim '  RBNBWAL OF LICENSE  Liquor License Act (Section 42)  .Notice is horoby given that on tho  ftrhfc'dAy of Decernbor no-itt, appliea-  tlotn. will be made io the Supeiinten*  d'-.Uij of provincial police for a l-oiiewal  of ,jbb������ Hotel License to sell Liquor by  . .*-'������������������  VA.AJJ,* 41   In   4-l������4A hntlll Imr......   nr. 41...   lrn.1  enenc Hotol, nitunto at Kitchener lu Uio  pro^ A nco 01 iin tish Uoiumbla.  Di ited ilil^iSlh day of October. 1012-  _1  /   U uat Ancleen, JULitehenei* Hotel.  ..... .^.^.....^.^:.i,.aJl,^mMX  ii III illililMllll  aunt  ' #*<*.." ';  mm***m****mm***m  ���������p'J'l'   ' ���������  ;   l������W*IH_IIIMW������MNliiM_KM  'i;l',!'ii':^'';!'!!:.l'.l':.:Hiit!'i'!^'iit'V'*'.''|ffh:'f'J''*ttt.'i!lij:^-'^#.|'i'^


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