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I J    . _,'  ��������� -        ���������-      g*r       It  /���������> //������  Lie ^\j_i?-S*j  ,T*^ A  U'  '        i ���������    i    " ��������� '_ J  ��������� ALL'THE XTEWSl  J of tbe CRESTON j  bistric  /-i-*  All Roads In Bast attVA West Kootenay L*sd~ to Creston  AW"  JL. ^  "_r  *-^s  ami  1   .1/  In..      ^ _ '    .������naMM������(*qHa  _    _    _     _    _T= ___ _   ���������^      _-.__.. ..   _ *_ __  _r  \.1__    V  _  :^jx /  ?  ���������J ft  ���������_r_a_g.  *- /**������5i'i'_RK^--....  *-r ^jrr-^r-*���������i.vr5 r*rtl_"B  "YVii-AVSI  -. i     ������,.   j-ji-jus]  ���������������������������������.' &Y*c������_!  "   a.    .'i^mSS  A   -B____/  i-^fi  YEAK 'B'  i n  No. 53     4th   Year,  CkjsSTOw, B.Ci,\ FRIDAY AUG. io,   1912.  G������*������A"A-4-   T*.  VJJ.tMtXm.1^  ������"*"   ir "i" ���������������"������������������, ������-  x~v. jr ** v  5*.  1BH1  ���������feB  1MB  .a &���������_**���������������-*,  as _--������,���������*"  *^*J?*!L  _   _ _ _ _     _ _        _   ���������yucdiun rLiiii-4- yiiniiu  tfSmW^mm S3 A BRfc  bbhb ea min*  ~ mmmmS SS SSI1" ���������  fi  LUPUS! y  gn_-  e& b mB  _re.s__   _ _ es     ���������     ggggg  Special Train Will Most Probably  Be Chartered to Bring In Bon*  ners Ferry Participants  Plans for what wiii be the biggest aad best Labor Da  celebration  Creston  has  ever  given,  are  now well under  way.    At a specially called meeting of the business  men  last Friday evening it was decided to hold the celebration,  *������ 4T-*  and over $200 for the purpose was at  once  subscribed  and  since then the amount has rapidly increased.  A special  train  will   probably  be  chartered  to  bring*  the   crowd   and  a  baseball team from Bonners Ferry.  The team has been ottered, tbe oppor-  tnnity to compete for a $75 prize. The  train wUI stop at Oopeland and Port  fill! to take on passengers for the celebration. A large crowd is expected  in from both east and west on the  Oanadjan Pacific although no special  trains can be secured on that road.  b A-rti-^Aa  e_ss>v^-S  O. O. S., SIGNAPIES ORaNBkOOK  CO-OPERATIVE STOKES.  r . ",  * ���������-  \*  ' W. A. JfcSean left today for Spokane  where he is expecting to spend' part' of  his vacation. Mr. ������reon of Oranb_aok  will take his place while he is away.?  WANTBD-LADIE3 TO BO gbAfG-T  aud light sewibg   at home, whole or  *  spare time; good pay; work sent Uny  distance; charges paid.   _Jatioafl! Mftn-  ay i nfnotnring Oo , Montreal.    Send " sftarnn  for fail particulars.  Greased Pig  A.   O'Kell  was   appointed   to   see  _bbut a inotbt* boat va.ce from TThkT-ji-.  V  nook.  Mrs. W. Forward returned fsom  Soutby, Sask. yesterday, where she*?find  be? husband have been living ..for  about a year,   to live on'  the   wwich  here.     Mr. Forward will follow in a  <  few days. -    ���������  All New Teachers *  * For Creston Schools  The pr-ogcwQi which is not yet complete has a fine showing, of sports and  good prizes which will induce many  competitors. Hie sports will be carried on at the park where refreshments will be served by the churches  and other parties who wiii t secure  booths there.  The men taking an .active part in.  ta&king the celebration a success axe,  W. H. Crawford, president of the  association; Andy Miller," secreary,  J". Q������srrU-*.**'to_s trsapurei"; R."W"n Itnsloy  solicitor and collector {formerly secretary). The following committees h.ave  been appointed and are doing good  work:1 Fikancb and General, E.  Maione, R. U. Reid, R. S. Bevan, A.  Miller, W. H. Johnson, O/ O. Rodgers,  Irwin Simmonds, Roy Telford, S. A.  Speers.  Sports���������E. Maione, P. Callander,  Andy Miller, George Huscroft, Rev.  Carpenter, Rev. Blake, R. M. Reid.  Advbrtisino-���������R. S. Bevan nnd F.  Callander.  REOEPTIort���������Rev. Oarpenter, Rev.  Blake, J. Cherrington, E. Gibbs, W.  B. McOiure. ^  i Il-S-KSBWTVT-rcNT���������W. B. McCluro," E.  Gibbs, Capt FitzRorald,  GftANn MAR8ttAiiTA--S. A. Spoers."  The sports and prizes so'far plan nod  ,wo:���������  The sc_oo!.-yeB.r ������t Oceston -will open  on the 26th of August with an entirely  new corps of teachers. As was the desire, a man teaoher has been secured to  take charge of ths High school. The  lady teachers tor the public schools are  said to be first clpss and tho sow high  school teacher comes highly recommended.  The teachers are Miss Agnes Cre8i--  manOfrOhilliwack"' and'-Miss- Winiftfed  -Hayes of, Victoria, who take charge of  tbe public sohool, and O. McOallougb,  B.  A., of Langdon, Alberta,. for the  ijigu SCiiOOi.  ���������vruuu     xjuuevyy      orgaiu   lur.oetie  Price reasonable.���������Apply Drug Store.  ���������Mra. Attridge of   prioksou   is now[       .HPPP   ANH THPDP  j ( ��������� ���������������������������������-xk1-^i      *  ������"���������*������   '* ���������*���������^        mmm mxmm n-.*x*^-*������  Propared so do dressmaking of all kinds.  SaHsfaotion guaranteed,  home of At. R. Palmer.  Cull  at the  88-tf  A. J. McMillan, general manager of  LeRoy Mining Company's < property of  ;   * 1  Rossiand, passed through here on Satur-  day on hid way to the Old* Country. He  is greatly interested in Creston and may  make it his future home.  ���������Protect youf garden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, i ft and 6 ft., widths at  Sneers' store.  Mrs. MoDermett, who has bee a visiting at Chas. O. Rodgers home went to  Nelson Monday, accompanied by Mrs.  Rodgers. Mrs. McDermetc is going to  Vancouver to vieic friends and wiii then  return to her home in Kane, Penn.  Get our price on No. 1 Timothy Hay.  ^       ft      jr.   3.    EX.    hJJfcACTOA a.  T A 1 J-J  ������J VAOI4   U.AAAVKA.1ACU  Mrs. S, Barrett of Bradford, ������ng-,  and Mrs. J*. 3. Barrett and daughter of  Nelson, who have boen visiting with  Mrs. J. Cook for a number of days returned to Nelson. Tuesday.  *   I  T3.4T.O  SALE���������2nd hand Moiini? -wagon  iu good condition.. Accept oosb. or trade  far light wagon. p. O. fcOk 56  Miss Bertraud Knott cf Canyon City  !efi Thursday for Vancouver to at teEKi  the Normal School. " 4.-  ���������WANTED���������Well bred heifer for  cow in calf for winter use. P. Q. box; 56  At-. ��������� -~ A.    AC/A ^ ���������..������������������    Xl\   A.a������������������^.h  _������u.   A.:HM  nuuut xwj iueii, a*_u.4i- tssms STS PSlSg  used in the construction of a road from  Port Hill to the Idaho Continental Mining Company's property.      ,  ailglUJ    A9J.Ulwl4.UiO      iv8lil,      1AF     \_.A������AAA4AV/V/AA,  Saaday.  ���������-Boy your Jelly sealers from S. A  Speers.   75 ots. per dozen.  Would Put Creston  On The Kootenay  *  1st"   .  2nd  Open 100 yd raco  $ 6.00  $ 51.00  Open 220 yd  C.C0  8.03  Open 1-4 Mile  10.00  5.00  Standing Broad Jump  B.C0  Ji.0,.1  Running Bi'Oad .iiirup  5.00  Ji.00  Running High Jump  fi,()l)  '.'LtlO  Standing- Wlgli Jump  5.00  n.oo  Hop-Stop and .Hump  B.00  fi.o:i  Sack Raco  n.oo  J1.0I)  Polo Vault  (fi.o;)  .'������.(.!)  Married Lad ion, 50 yd  R.00  ������.c:j  Blnglo LudlcH, fit) yd  n.oo  &o:>  Hurdle Race, \ Hurdle.,  5.0)  !1.00  Homo Rac  ng  14 mllo Dash  10.00  r������.o;)  1-2 Mllo Bimh  10,00  5,00  Pony Raco  7.00  ���������1.00  Slow Raco  I(i.0O  TliUushnX  Sonlora  75.fM)  JuniorH  2T������.(X)  Extra Bauuball  25.00  Children _ Races  40.1X)  That Oreston would be greatly benefitted by having a canal from the foot of  the hill across tbe flats to the Kootenay  river thus putting it on navigable water  is the opinion of R. Campbell, th,e president of the Moyie Board of Trade, who  spent Tuesday and Wednotday here.  Mr. Campbell is greatly interested in  this district and holds considerable timber land near Kitchener in which place  be ni'iy soon start up ^iu the general  :u srcliaiidifio biiBiiicHR. Tbo malting oi  such oanal apparently would not requtn  muoh of an engineering fcriifc and b  wou'd afford a motiua of cheap transpor-  ration for Cre������Um lo Ivuulcsutiy lake ana  liver'points. Tbo ruclanmtion of thi  flats would probably nialto the construe-  sion moro dilhoult yet-the oruial might  io scrvideablo in the reclamation,  Mrs. Fred Li. Carpenter will* receive  for tbe first time, Thursday, August  22, and after that, the last Wednesday  of each month.  Miss Mary Rykeman left for s visit at  Coronation on Tuesday.  ���������Newest shapes and styles  ia'Stet-  son Hats, just arrived.   S. A. Speers.  A thirty-live foot tactcr boat arrived  in Qneenstown from New Rochell. New  Tork on August 7, having made the  trans-Atlantic trip in 24)4 days. This  was the second leg of the contemplated  trip of the motor boat- from Datroit,  Michigan to St. Petersburg.  The crop report of the Saskatchewan  department of agriculture give the pro-  A  bable yield of the wheat crop in the  province at eighteen bushels to the acre  cr a-"-*. sggrSfjiiup pirouueUon of about, 99,  OHO  l*IOO  'nnahala  ^4,VUU    UUCUV.I3,  Snow fell in parts of Michigan last  Friday.  Armstrong Board of Trade is preparing to sesa an exhibit to the Dry farming Con ;rees at Lethbridge.  In order to secure  snmcient heiD tt*  handle the fruit crop in the Okanagau  the C. P. R. has made a special rate to  all fruit packers who will go to the Okanagan fro.a the Coast or other points.  Grand Forks business men and ranchers are developing plans "for the installing a canning plant in that city.  ~ Whether Spokane shall or shall not  have saloons is to be decided at an election thii fall.  The Banners Ferry business nssn have  organized under the name of Kootenay  Valley Commercial Club, the purpose of  which is to advertise the resources oi  che valley.  ^r-\r>-i*-ri*>ttT  S-_?_^A_  mmSilL-V  ���������_���������> "si _ _ t -m l nrt  L IUIU1 B  ]|j_������_T  :M  IS BlDEw������������������*^  flU        Si   -aPI__      mUXmmm9-mmd&.   5L .   ._=  BIO STALL HAS BE.N  ��������� i        *���������  ������\a_ir-BsB������Bsae������aa ��������� m*m*m  L. O. Wisler went to Spokane Tuesday where he will-undergo an operation  for appendicitis.  Saturday Night Man  Visits Creston  ���������The CCS. Company, of Cranbrook  is disposing ot several branches of their  business, and bargains galore, is the order of the day in Cranbrook. Creston  folks should get ou the inside, u letter  ���������'���������-���������,'���������: t      '"V   *    ���������      ���������  to tbe 0.0. S. will bring "all"this iufor-  i nation necessary regarding the special  prices'   Iron beds are 86lli���������������,��������� nt 12.75  my kIzp. . DronKors and Blonds ot. #11*  Lilnolcnni 55o t*q. yard,    Tnpesto'y RugH  size J)xJ) .*6.00.   Mens suits $5.85?   Hun-  Ireda oi paii-H <������f mens hhocs going at  ���������lalf price.   Real clr ding out price** on  ;v������ rj thing $5.00 will dipth������work of ^,10  .lioii't' overlook this opportunity to* buy  nt lofls than manufaclnvAVR pricoH, yory  ���������pocinl prices ou Ineo oni'taino, arcb. curtains, window flxturet-, nil solo prices  ���������iroF. 0. B,. Cian. rook, iio ohargo for  p ckii g.  ��������� ���������  . ���������/  A party was glvon oh Tuesday in  htm or of Campbell Dow who i������ homo  from Croon woo J on a vacation..  ���������-Ranchers are requested to band to  the Seoretary of the Fruit Growers' Union their orders for fruit wrapping paper.  "V  It is reported that the bank clerks are  out exercising every evsniug to teduce  thoir weight, in order t������ be iu^good condition to compete iu the uthletio events  on labor day.  It is stated that tbe .Canadian Paeifi  has an option for the purchase' of - thos*'  sections of tho. Groat Northern system  extending from Norihport to Rossiand  and from Northport to Nelson.  Tbe Dominion government wiii soon  > *>  establish  and operate a   hatchery :oi  Kootenay Lake nt Gerrae.  Board of Trade Is to Set  Thre@ Canadian High-  wav Guide Posts  That the exhibit which is to be collected by tbe committee representing  the Farmers' Institute, the Fruit Growers Association and the Board of  Trade, to be sent to the Dry- Farming  Congress this fall at Let-bridge, is to  be independent of the Pi-ovir.ciai Government exhibit, was deflnately decided by the Orector. Bo_ra ui Trade  which is financing the staging of tho  exhibit. ������at its regular -monthly meeting last Tuesday evening. Although  this has been the understanding of the  couiuiittee, the matter waa brought  "P "���������'y kaaG r���������<iviing oi a <.etuer from the  provincial official havin������>* char**������ ������f the  government exhibit,-o-Sfcring to pat on  a display for Creston in this exhibit  free of cost-    The Board decided that  exhibit is limited to 10 ft x 10 ft. and  that the exhibit would include displays  from districts not following djy farm-  ingmethods therefore preventing competition for prizes, and whereas Cres-  **, ' -' ���������<   .-        7*    ~    y--/5^  ton  is" eligible  to' 'c'Otbpete, Crestbnt  "* A  would, as was the intention formerly,  send a large independent competitive  exhibit.  ��������� Juy your fishing taoklo from our  big assortment/ of lines.   S. A. Speers.  {SBFrank Broderfok hns been offered *������  feather bod and a pair of pillowh It Ingots married ia two uiouthp.  J. T. Lyndo, a l^prottontnttvo of fcl.o  ToroiAto Satnrjbiy Night, upcr.fc Sundrtj  rind Monday looking ovor tho vall-dy. Ho  i:if;i-ltlng up luatiiiJiil fur publlca'ion on  the rt-NonrocH of RHtish Columbia. Guy  r. owonburg, as a rdpronontatlvo of tho  Ocrfston Bonrd ot Trade, took tbo gcntlo-  mnnto tbo varlrtiis hooMoriH of tlio VulJcy  in lilri automobile.  ,...*> '  Thoro ivUI bo a morning woivlco at  OhriHt olnaob next Sunday foliowod by  Holy Oommbuion, tho Rov. W, N. Wa-  ���������on   p4v*>*ir T^������*������������|<*i nrlll \\n m*,..*"*.*-  O.  Towner has  Installed a phono.  Hit* call I* 05b.  ������������������Mou'b working shoes, $1 60 ut' Mir  abollles  Fred WatBon shipped cabbages weighing 250 pouudtt in two 100 lb. crutos,  Tuetday.  ���������*    ,-.      ^ 'lltiUtitiJ'^  I .-**"*"  ������������������FullBtooic of whale oil ������oap aud  qnoBBia obipa at the Mercantile,  ���������  Tho road to Kltohonor has boon oom  pleted.     ������  MM BELLS  BENNINGER���������CAMERON  Miss Edna J. Cameron and Michel  Benninger, both of Creston were married at the home of the. bride's parent*-  Mr. anil Mrs. A. J. Cameron, bu  Thursday, August 15, by Rev. .BIal*<'  pastor of.'Presbyterian'-church. Tb<  young couple left qu fch������ noon train ti,  Calgary where thoy will make theii  hi-.iiiv..  BAYLE---LEAMV  Miss E.Leamy wasWcduisihiy oven  A  ,������������������������������������' ,      ''  ing, married to Garrett Baylo of the  Dominion Saw Mill Company, at the  Presbyterian iiuuiho by Rev, Blake.'  The friends of both con plea art*  many and everyone joins in wishiiij.  them a long and happy married life.  i-rfu._ ������-.������  ���������Full Btook of whalo oil woap anu  -Cbristio'ii frosh sodas nt 85-oeuts per]   ,      .    ,.       .   .^ ������,,���������.������������������  ,i*.  *    \ qinif'iiii. cblpt; ut the Mcrcim  lib .  tin ot 9poors.  Goat   Moutitaiu Water Works Com  pany aro   lining tho liirgGat vouorvol  with gnlvuni/.od l.ton.   The work will be  oomph ted by tho end of tho woek.  Mrs. Robort Soott loft Wednesday for  a months vldt with friends an.l rolnMroa  In tho Statori. Sho goo������ from hor������ to  Spokawo and from thoro to Mlnncoote.  ���������Eoonoiny Can Sealora, finoBt in tho  woiid, for Bale by tho CroHion Hftrtlivitvra  *; FnrnH.nra   Co ,   nolrt   at******  l������*   *Vm  I  %**>* * t * a, -vr.. fl ������ ..A.  m%m\a#%mi %,umwj      ������ *>%***������-*Jf ������  J, O. Ryokert, chief otstoniH ofilooif at  R^kortB wao in Crcaton Woduondny.  ���������Reforft I hml a, lioonso I Hold Hhoon  wsth ftproatof tm per cent ttovti- t. mtxli<3  5 %U.t cent.   A. Mlrabelll, Shcwamaker.  ���������just arriiod, another shipment oi  our best tea.   Tho Cash Store  Oliu Staples, of Stap'os Lumber C iu-  pnuy, died Inst Saturday following an  ���������incident to his eyo whilo out fishing  noar Spokune.  *    n'Vf-lt'-i t������ii������ii.|i   ������<j-h������   Wi,.*   Pwn'*  ,,. ,    mm       f      I.. ���������������,  .���������. A,  1*1, blUUU Uj/ UjU^MIaM im������w,������������w 4* mm.mv������*i.  ������������������You get five per cent tlincouni at  Tin: CxiiM aTcut*.  ���������All kinds of vegetables nnd fruit for  Hllll-*,       T WMl    itnlfV'M'    VrtVI".     irxW*..* tirm.  CT-jA-f-.-  '      nv'"-'     *���������-   ��������� /jixif Vv'v'F     ' _r_ y**M -fV _. *' S- " '****' - i        ������������������*>������������������       m-mm*^  serve a large stall and have worked inv  conjunction with men interested in an  exhibit from Bonners Ferry, to have  the two districts stalls places adjacent  as in reality we are in but one district,  the West Kootenay which has climatic conditions peculiar to itself thero  being only the International boundry  line to make the division.  Ohas.    O.   Rodgers,   the  Board of  m- ''-,:,.������������������  Trade's member of the Creston exhibit  'ommittce, reported that the members  >f the committee have met sevcra  times and that W. K. Brown, tho  member.of . tho committee icpresont-  ng the Farmers Institute, had been  lelegatcd to see to the gathering of  jrnsM's. Ho said that some surpri*,-  ingly fine sattiples' of timothy and  grain had already been obtained. All  ranehoi- having anything good In this  lino arc requested to notify Mr.  Brown or leave tliem at the Creston  Fruit Growers* Union. Mr. Rodgers  states that everything at present indicates that an espe-nully fino exhibit  will be prepared.  In order that the Board might show  Its interest In the Creston Apple Show  or Fair, and in order to show their up-  pi'i'ciiition to the ranchers for their  assistance In getting tip ������ large es.h.1 ���������  bit for tho Lethbridge show, It wan  voted to Hi.'ciiro a cup which is to bo  glvon outright to tho party putting on  the best display of a specified kind at  Creston's fair. Mosmrs Callander anil  Bovan were appointed committee to  import, at the next meeting of what  thoy believe tho display should constat,  An Cri-OMjii in ou liiu ���������Yu,uiLuii������,l> iilgn-  way and an the road will be opcnc4  from Kootenay binding to Cranbrook  and east by fall, the Board of Ttmdo  tr  /-i, i   4M.VA4   W������VMI.W������U  I  1  \iiUMiunuMii oa r������n������ aj.  m  ������s  mmmmmmmm*  mmm*mm**mmm*MhmM*mmmmmm  ^y^jiwjjsj^y  iumij|MilljjJj|l}]iaj^^  WWWI^IMMWIMMIWAIII^^  m^mmmammjtmm*mw*^  a  'mm******. -as  ���������iff^liPS^iP5  v^S^^^  ^r'jfcSsieiWiS.  ���������''pj'SXA'*?^--')*  WAIlJJ3iW!fipjW  "PSSSy^'Sr!.  mTrn       ri'M-ro'TAW       TO "ij-VTTT-.'t-j'y ri"S5"C'C',T,r\'KJ' "D     f-  i  I  !!  jni_fturOLP  i  EW4J.W4��������� PAI^  s_s___*3  B_  FRED   M.  WHITE  LONDON  WARD. LOCK & CO.. LIMITED  (Continued.)      --,  I am    not   so    sure    of   tbat.   Sir  George interrupted.      If I am to believe what Raffle says:��������� -  We will come,to that, Fielden went  on. I think otherwise. The horse  has been knocked about in tbe betting a good deal lately and I am told  that r.e has gone to an outside price  again. I have managed to scrape  together about two thousand pounds,  every penny of which I have put upon t���������e colt. I had made up my  mind never to have another bet, but  this opportunity is too good to be  lost. If this horse wins the Derby,  then 1 shaii be a rich man again. If  tbat scood fortune is in store for me,  it will be the last bet I shall ever  make. And now. you understand,  why, apart from  lion on a diamond mine, and but for  iinfor6een circumstances, we should  b. ve mad**- a fo������ tune out of li. But  'ho locality was kept a 'secret. Tbe  i only man who knew where it was  ,di*d and we had nothing but some  plans tr go on. ' Copley and Foster  beard of this and resolved to get hold  J 01 those plans. The plans have van-  isned and probably will never be seen  again.- Then these two ruffians tried  to murder. Phillips. Indirectly they  'nearly-murdered me. Phillips came  back'to England and sought sis out.  It !*...> thought it worth while he could  put the police on the track of Copley  and Foster, and they would be certain*  of penal servitude. But'Phillips had  o'.iier views. He has been following  up these two men like a sleuthhonnd  aud you may take my word for it that,  within a few days both Copley and  Foster will be arrested in" connection  with one of thd biggest turf frauds  ot recent years. Oh,-1 know what 1  an: talking about. ?  Bless me! Sir George cried, is this  true?' ���������'���������������������������'-." ���������'-''  Absolutely. I ���������know about the  whole thing. I know how the scheme  has been worked and could put my  hand upon the confederates at the.  ���������present moment. But you will see  for yourself before the week is out.  You must hot say a word of this to  a living soul, am! if you meet Copley  during the next day or two I will ask  you to behave towards him as if he  were still a friend. Now you see the  ku>d of man who lias you in his toils  Simply because copley has a powerful  *\, 'Tnrrm^'nflhp I hcil(1  -oh'-ydu,  you  have  promised  to  way, apart  liUI,Vtae^mor^^   ?���������-n^ i draw the pen through tbe    name    of  thing? I   object   to   the^ horse   ������������^   tu. Blenhcdm co*t.      l  won't unduly  scratched.      In tact, you are net m ���������  _   ���������  a position to do so. .  Sir George rubbed his head bewild-  erin_ly.  blame you. Sir George; no man knows  how weak he is till he is face to face  with a great trouble and a great temptation. "Was not this the situation?  Copley is in a position to turn you out  of Harcdalo Park. He offers to cancel tho cebt if yc.i will scratch the  colt.- At'that, moment the coil faili-  prpviJintially lame. You can oblige  him without a soul "being any toe  wiser, and even gain popular applause  over it, and make a fortune out of it  HOUSE FLIES I  are hatched in manure and revel in  filth. Scientists have discovered  that they are largely responsible for  the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid,  JJiphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile  Diseases of the Bowels, etc.  JJvery packet of  will kill more flies than 300 sheets  of sticky paper.  Tbe Scorer's Paradise  " Village crickec? is not "generally a-^  t*ow game but tn-? match between tbe  \Pudmore Slackers and the Stopton  Smashers was the exception which  proved tli- rulo. . v ��������� ,\  Two of the former team had been  in for about three-quarters of an hour  ind not a '���������olitai/run had been notch-  d.      It was a Tine exhibition of how  not to plav cricket.  At la-t one of the pair, more by accident tiinn design, made a Jhit that  very nearly resulted m a run beiug  scored  Derisive che'u-. came from the ever-  f-windling crowd of onlookers, aud  wbpn they died down tho voice of i,he  local butcher, wr.o was by way of be-  Hit tX V*     IV, \\    mmCm I       VUlU tW _    O  LAI, ll   1      IV    ���������,  Steady, then*���������steady! Keep your  heads! If you get so reckless we  3hall have to wr.ke the scorer!  I     ������  $100 Reward, $i__.  -\Tlio rfiaders ot tli'.t paner will bo pleased "to lenm  tbat there is at least otic <irou,.i'tl clUciuic tnat smnco  bos -bi'un ainp lo cinv in air ita amui-a. nnd tlmt is  CaUurti. nail's Catarrh t'uro m the mny IWhiUvn  CUrt* now known to tlie nu'tllcul irntcrniij'. Cftlnrrh  being a const lUitionul illaoaio. ri'nulrea :v oot,i������tltu-  tlonal ttvatniciit. Hull's OuhwIt Cure Is takrn In-  torhmiy. iivt'.iK.tltreitiv upon tlio blood aiul tmicotiR  tart-"os it th<* ������v������tpm. thereby (Iratroylntt ihe  ���������ontulutla-.-i of the illscnm.*. e>ii ������������������iviiiAt thv pntlrnt,  .troncui bv luiliilim*: ui> tlie <oii!iiltutlo*i tiinl tv&t-n-  >������B naturr,' In tlolilit Iti* work. The iiroprti'tO'-s lwve  so mueli faltti'In-Its curative ptiwew that they oiler  j One Huiulrcil Dotiari foe n'iy euso unit, It lulls to  ure.   Semi tor'.ltet of *���������.<*������*, liiiontaij*,-  A'Wrrss "���������'. J. CHKNKv A i-o   Tolnlo, r������.  Sold bv all Oni'tillttts. T "le.  "ftUAif Usui's l-'atntb- fit's for . onsMpr.tian.  ItVUflfWltRE  III  PLUPLti  ;,>r  ������_raHHPfl  Please say it all over again, he asked. Begin at the beginning. I  "know you-mean everything you say,  I knew you are not joking with me,  but I can't understand it.  Fielden went over his points once  tnors slowly a-id carefully, and then,  at last. Sir George began to see. He  did not fail to grasp his own position,,j by-������������������working It the right wav  -efther.      He knew the peril in which j     Not a penny. Sir George'said em-  he stood, unless he    could    persuade j phatically.  Fielden to fall in with his plans. But j w_-i T _w ~r���������.i *_ _���������������- ���������x��������� ������������������������  w-i,,��������� i.-^ t_1ti ������,iTv. hf, ������~a -rt������^j , ^eIi' *: am g.ad to hear. you - say  i-ie.dcn h-d told mm s* u"u P"-������*! that. At the saTue tim-V! can't for-  everj'  penny  he  possessed   upon  the ; ^ wha       u ^    e w,^    ��������� to <,0        At I  horse   and he was uot H-cely tc nan rate, I am pyoventins vou frota  mmsck merely to save an old man , something in the n*itur������ of a crime,  from the result of his folly And ��������� You ��������� . 3nterfcre ^tJl iuy propem-.  besides   this would entail a sham^fu . but   ac ������  y   ^   -  2^J"Je������; ������ZJtZ������TL?X*���������^ car^ ������������ w^t 'Cbpiey desires and  *S? of a. ^������-   ^ I������U"'*^ | defy .������_ to ^ Ms worst.      You are  rJvLi    , ".������������������  j sac^ rrom mm. anu in    tutur-e    your  This  is very  awkward  for  me. he j dau^hter wi��������� have no oecMfoutJbe  remarked. _ Shamed -of you. .  I don t see wny it should be, Field-j  eu said .coolly.   , You can make a fortune "oo.      You    have    backed    the  hovse for a heavy amount    and    no- j  thing in the race has any chance of'  fEniv'S ft   ������ilt  tHat won't  A  ������ .   J������   a   *         *ft*I*jrZ)SOR. TA31.E. SAX-V"1..  "���������J-j'Ma'am, th(M*<;''i itothing  -   lit It -Ut   Salt���������jllst  j>������iv   i------ =���������    ���������J.-fciv!-!.  ������������u���������mad all *_u"  A"C.   CAVAA...      .������*.������.  ErnrsboAf around hmtm u������ea W1������������Jta#  Sail, and 1 dctj'l Im-U-jto ihu atoMCOuli* ������������������  auur otKer k__ ot? Y__������ Salt."  "No Mri'&tii, ne -sw-uldn't "want le������ itandle  ���������anyothersait���������'wc like lo sell Windsor Salt  because vf 1: know it will please ou r customers"  whei. uovcrnor Heau was in oiTi^i*  in New Hampshire. Colonel Barrett,  ������jf tho Goverhor'R staff, died, and there  vas :ui unseemly scramble for the office even while his body was await-  ,ng burial with military honors. One  candidate yeaturod to call upon Gov-  e nor Head.  Governor, he asked, do you think  yon would have nny objection if I was  to get into Colonel Barrett's place?  The answer came promptly���������  No. 1 don't think I should have any  objection, if the undertaker is willing.  -'t_l:g-. ~maam#  mm i";^ -_i������:- ������ -*i?r������-  beating him. And I must consider  mygeii. I have learnt the folly ot  sacrincin.'? myself to my friends. And  In this affair 1 have some one to  think about besides myself. May���������  r*, -May? What has she to do with it?  "> Fielden hesitated. He, hated to  give anybody pain, but the time had  eome to tjpeak plainly.  She has a great deal to do with  it, he said. Whatever disgrace falls  - upon you cannot affect her good  ���������rtnme. But at the same time l  strongly object to any one being iu  a position to say that my future  wife's father-had been warned off the  turf for malpractices.  Malpractices! Sir George cried. My  dear Fielden, you are forgetting your-  ���������self.      Explain, please.  I had much    rather    not,    Fielden  eald.       But   since   you   force   me   to  speak   I  miiBt go on.       I happen  to  know a good deal about Mr. Raymond  Copley.      1 know you are deeply in  ,  hit* debt.     1 know that he helped you.  because he hoped thereby to compel  ���������   you  to  coerce   May  into  a  marriage  with him.      And, I am given to un-  derstnnd; you have done your best. I  bog of you, Sir George, not to interrupt me.      You have challenged me.  and 1 have a rlcht to state my case.  '   Coplny is a. Bcom.urcl.     I know something    about    him    in    South    Afrca.  though we never met.      But he was  ui   constat.t   contact   with   a   sort   ot  partner of mine named Aaron Phillips.  PhllllpB and 1 contrived to get an op-  Four Children ConstantlyScratching,  NearlyTorc Limbs Off. Cured in  a Month by Cuticura Soap  and Ointment  ���������'Two of my rtatiRliti-r*! arvl two of my sonfl  mna Hiiltnrlii'* trom v<:ry liad hcud.**, the doctor ordur'iii-t' my duiicliinrB to have nil thr-lr  hale cut oil* no ua to p-.ovcut it trom siircuditis  4-***-*T?\        nil over tliclr  Ofcii'''ift       licarln, and to  im"-~r\      |*i-i lo tho ������<*nt  /���������^Ws       Vsto-rr     '���������' -1"' n*'l>l'i������"  fvfx\ \ Z?'~���������K .        In ordor in l������o  CHAPTER XXXVIII .   |  Loosening the Grip  Fieideu's last thrust went home.  Sir Gecrge fairly winced and the red  of shame flushed his face. Never  la the courss cf his life had anybody  ever spoken to him like this before.  Aud never did he feel less able to resist the reproacu.  You are going too far, was all he  could say.  Indeed, I have no wish to, Fielden  exclaimed.    I only want to save you  from this crowning folly and you need  not be afraid    of   Copley.        He    is  powerless   to   do   you  any   mischief.  Of course, yon    will    still    owe   the  money to somebody, but ere the law  .can  make up  its  mind  who is your  creditor, If we have any luck at Epson   you   will  be  independent of all  yo-r creditors.      Nobody need,know  cf this.      You may rest assured tbat  net a  word of it will ever pass my  lips   and not even May shall be told.  I am afraid she knows already, Sir  George rejoined.      It is useless, my  dear boy, for me to combat your statements any further,      I thought I was  an honest upright English gentleman,  and now I find when the pinch comes  tbat I am nothing less than a pitiful  scoundrel.      1    fear    that    May    has  fourd out all about It.     I was anxious  sh'   should  marry  Copley,  for salvation    seemed    to      lie      that      way,  and I was under great obligations to  the  man.      I  was  so  annoyed  with  May that 1 said more than I should  nave done*  indeed, I lost my temper  and, lu the beat  of the moment, told  he- that if she did not obey me in  r.t'R matter she    was    no'   longer    a  ���������.���������r.ughter cf mine.      Of course, I did  no'   mean it.  Fielden wnlki-d to tho window and  back before he ventured on a reply.  Hot words hovrred on hla llpa and  anger flllel his heart, but bo tried to  sp' ak calmly.  That, to say tho lonst of it, was  lwMscreet. he Raid. If I know Moy,  :md I think 1 do sho is the last girl  in tho world to put up with troatmont  l.Icc that.  (To bo Continued)  Jones' Legacy  When Jone-*-" rich grandmother  parsed away th**-re was a boom on  j Jcnes? All his poverty-stricken  j friends rallied about him with words  of cheer and comfort, but Jones re-  'uained sad and dejected, and nothing tiey couli say brought solace  to him.  Come, come, said Smith, kindly, it's  the way/ot the world.  Jones buried his head deep' in his  hands. ���������  We must all die some" time philosophized Robinson.  Jones shed a bitter tear.  She left a last will and testament,  1 suppose'' muimured Jenkins, carelessly.  Oh, yes, said Jones, raising his head  at last; she left ������ will and testament.  Ah, chimed in Brown, you were always a friend ot hers. Of course  your name was mentioned?  Yes, answered Jones, bursting into  a fresh flood of tears, my name was  mentioned, boys     I���������-I am to have���������  They hung expectant while more  sobs choked his words. ' I am to have  the  Testament.  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency ���������  "vVheui������the"undigested food lies in the  stomach it throws ou gttses,, i.-a.ubiii_  prills and oppression iu the stomachic  r-jgion. The belching or eructation  of these gases i3 offensive and the only  way to prevent them is to restore the  .-tomaeh to proper action. Parrns-  iee's Vegetable Pills will do this.  Simple direction*! go with each pac)c-  ������-t and a cours������ of them taken.systematically is certain to effect a cure.  Jock Russell was a farm servant.  Que day, when Airs. Brown, the farmer's wife went iTto ths mi^l'-house she  found Jock down on .his knees before  a milk-boyne. skimming the cream off  with his flngfer and putting it in his  mouth.  Oh, Jock, Jock, she exclaimed. I  don't like that  Ah. wumman. replied Jock, ye dinna  kfr what's guid for ye.  lUlllb   liiLnimui A  THS?   CTAM A 1*0  5 *rm ar* ������ ��������� n MfFD i������i aa    arm  a. if iu   u _ v iun������ vu  They have a tr������������  6a������������  head,   with   silent  never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  Eddy.  Matches have aaiisfled Caa>  tdiane sine* 1851���������-accept no others*  1     Tlie E. U. Eddy C-itipany, niliS, Canada  INSIST ON   GETTING ������EDDY'S������  Washboards,   Wood  Pafls  and;   Tubs^  l*_K  ���������*���������������**  TAD  rlii.  The E_ortherr. Trusts Oompahy|  HEAD OFFICE,     WlNfi.PEe  This coinpany sets In the jcapaeitv c -  ���������T-of.T.-aTXi'.B* TOVwr*T"rrf>,������ AnTW^-Rnrc'rwA'Ta-i-R'  ~m m**f** m~T A *Um^+f *__1'*_a,*_H*-������ ^_r   <���������_ *^ J*+*p A_arAIAA* >mmm.tJ 4_ a������w������T^ *.   ���������**? mm~  ?_iu we suaii be glad to forward copy of    our    Booklet    "Something  r.bout Trusts, Trustees and Trust Companies." on request  MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATES  qciNTERE8T  -i  tirilffl^  o I n t-  .mat,    wlii.li  ll>: IMVO lilt-Ill,  v.. 11 Into iliu  r.orr--i. Thf!--i.i  riiiri-.-i utiiriiil  t i, :. :;. ., 1 1  l. I <. ������ ��������������� n .-. m  Wlil'll        K O t  lnTRftr and luriw iiikI tii.n imrr-t m.il i>pri-.t<i  till oviir tlifdr hmidH, und In hoin������ cti^.-i down  tl.l'lr l)!U:l..(i Sill,I bfi.lnu Tlio ilo'tor t.;ild It  ���������unr.  oe?otwi.   Iillt   t!.,".-   |i4','ttioi|   to  ho  di:ilv  kl'UlHIi   Uul.,,..        l.ii-   mjfi   .   |... ,.H:������l   iu.,'   /,!,,,:  iiiiIIm, Hull t.llcil with in.ittor. and looki -I  lll:<* iilo-n v;om,, Tln-v ln-i-.tt:io nil lntluim ,|  and Irrltutiil. oiiii.-li'.1' thorn tn ho cniiituriiiy  nrrntchlnif th������>m:,olvoH, TliH rnadi: tlio win-i  hurst, and Hi<> nmuor tlowod nil ovor tlioir  hoiula, Wo laul ta <*m tlioir htiKi-r tnuli  und nt firm's to put rIovoh on tln-Tr Imnil'i.  tho In Hat lim w;i:i no hud, to Uoop ttiom Irom  'li'il'lni" into tlio fli-Mi. itml m. nl^'M tinv  viiiulil iii'.nlv" t<nr llioir ]|i::Ih off. 'I!.-;  IkiImoxn would bo lltornlly covered with hlooil.  "Tli������ toarhorM would not lot thoin utt'-nd  ivhof.l fr.r V-.-.v of inrootlon ���������^���������"'''������������������dinir Hinoiur  in������ fitllor ohi|,lr..>i. ,.., I i. -.-.Iv, ii In f. \ ilm  Cutlriirii Uoniodii-i. which I roiimi lo i,on,'.i  mv rlilldron khiuIv. I rontiiiuod with ti ���������������������������  <*utlfitrrt Hour, ntnl i*'iii1'iini Olniiii'nl t"i'  nm- rooritll. uml lliii ro'.ult In a Ai.nvolum  i*iirr," (HlirnodJ lioorjrrt Arthur itoiiiir.in,,  m, FliKtvliliiuii fit., IloyUiirl Cominuti, j.i.  Illtilnji-V, ViiiU'i., I.li*.".. Jaii. .'I, 1011-  Altlmiiiili.C'iitiouru, ���������J.oiii������arii|,(slntiTioiit nro  h..4'l     ������,.* ���������,,^���������,|��������� ,      .,*,        ,,'.,..,     ..        ������������f   OlM'll.    Willi    '.'.'-ll.    I ,< IO It   llll    III"   HA, III    H|li    ||<>.  No  More Sttiillng  The new vicar was paying a visit  amongst the patients in the local  hospital. When he entered Ward No. j  2 he came across a pale-looking young  ���������nan lying In a cot, heavily swathed  in bandages. There he stopped, and  .after administering a few word** of  comfort to the unfortunate sufferer,  lie remarked, in cheering tones: ���������  Never mind, my man, you'll soon he  all right. Keep on smiling; that's  the way of the world.  I'll never smile again, replied the  youth sadly.  Rubbish' ejaculated the vicar.  There alri't no rubbish about it, exclaimed the other, heatedly. It's  through smiling at another fellow's  _irl that I'm here now.  Canada's Cry for Children  It will come ab a surprise to many  people to know that in Great Britain  there are no fewer than 350,000 children who knew no other parentage  than that, exercised by the State or  by charitable Institutions, whllo thero  arc in Canada many people who would  bo only too glad to adopt such little  ones.  This class of immigration not only  relievos the burden on the British  taxpayer, but. It sends to tho Dominion  new-comer'* whono general idcati are in  a plastic condition and who can, moro  readily than those" of older yours, be  iiiliiu'iK'i'd along Cuuiidlnn linen lo be-  como Canadian eltlaena. '  It has neon estimated that, Grout  .'Britain could iinvo .1 nillllmi ntorHn**;  by sending to Cunndn 10,000 children  of rllflcrotiminry'age to become valuable cillziMifl, Canada hint year  ,   ,      ,     , ,      mado   application   for   18,000   RrltlHh  ; .-moNor.���������?mrt   lunch���������hung    on     the l n--|jriron.   hut   nn   account of  lack   of  j ilunl nolo no lonr- an to roiiHii tho vo-' .'nm|8( foWP,. t*,an ;*,ooo woro ftoni out.  fiiiiflt'a nm-cr ,���������;������������������,��������� 0(ft3l ol' transport big (Iioho children  Look hon'. ut bint. Hlioulcd the lratu , wou-,, 1)0 flu. -0Hb than iCOoplng ihom  . -osii-u, whom do ymi tuko mo ior? Hip, ,��������� iml.||e IniUltnhonH.  "-'.���������v.  >*-.''.*il"'o   1  niioubl  Imagine. i __    *  Sleeping  Slcknesa  SuccosHful indet'd had been tho village conceit which was now almost  concluded The one rift ln the hi'"  wuh the pliinlut who had patronized  the lunch rather too freely.  At '.nut the tnrfumed bliss got, up  ro take lur tuiv. Hit* rboleo Veil  upon   Hint   ancient-  cIiihbIc:  Rooked in the cradle of the deep,  I lay m? down In peace to sleep.  Ihit  Iho  piivniRt.   flo  overcome  with  Tlie Modern Method Most Successful in Treating Indigestion  The old fashioned methods of treating indjgestion ana stomach troubles  are .being discarded. The trouble  with the old fashioned methods was  that wheu, the treatment was stopped  the trouble returned in an aggravated  form. ''���������'?'?'?' ;.'?.Y-"  The modern method,of curing indigestion and othor stomach troubles is  t-i ton** up the stomach to c j its normal work Every step toward recovery is a ster* gained, not to be lost  again. The recovery of the appetite,  the disappearance of pain, the absence  .v gas���������all are steps on the road to  nealth that those-who have tried the  tonic treatment remember distinctly.  Dr ���������Williams' Pink Pills? are a tonic  medicine, even* constituent of which  is helpful in building up the digestive  i rgans, and is therefore the very best  remedy for chronic cases of stomach  trouble. The success of the treatment Is proved by thousands of cases  like the following. Mr. VW.' W.  Swain, Grand Willey, Ont.-, says: ���������  "For several years my mother had  s*-.->mach trouble from which she got  no relief whatever until she began  tho use of Dr. Williams'.Pink Pills,.  She was treated at, different times by  three doctors, bu . their efforts did not  avail. Tlnui she %vns advlBcd to try  iiti electric belt, but It proved worth-  'ess. Sho ftuffoieil much during this  time and food became distasteful. The  trouble also affected her nerves and  Ver general health was en tho verge  of a breakdown. One day a friend  who was In asked her to try Dr Williams' Pink Pills. Without very much  hope that lhe Pills would prove suc-  eot-Bful ���������vyhoii other medicines had failed, wc nevertheless got her a mipply.  In a few weeks we could soo a decided  '.hat the PIUh would prove 8Ucco8������ful  wl en other medicines hud failed, wo  ltovorthoIoBB got, hor a supply. In a  row wcticfl wo could sdo a decided  ".hiingo, and goi, six moro boxns, by  the tlmo Iheso were URod mother was  iv'.mosf. well   and she kept on taking  he Pillfi for -a r.r.ort tlmo longer and  w..h complotoly cured. She is now  ri healthy and strong woman and is  nover bothered wllh hei* stomach in  nny way. I hop'' this statement will  t,i Jug relief to other HiilfererB.  Why oxpiThuuit. with inediclnes of  drubt'ful value, when you have such  I'Oi'itivo ovidnnco ot the benefit rol-  le -ing the I'Hii of Dr. William-*' Pink  I'llla? Sold "���������������' al! nieilli'lno ileulein  i ii.-   by   mall  .it  ���������">''  ri-nln  a  bo.*'   cr ;-l\  #__ p a s -\r  \X JL\> x__ .JL JL l  The surest and moat satisfactory way In which the Western farmer  can secure for himself the full value of jhis grain, ife to ship it by tho  carload in bulk to" Fort William or Port Arthur, :.nd employ a reliable '  and experienced grain commission Arm 'ii the Winnipeg market to  look after and dispose of it. We are old-established and widely  known over Wester:; Canada in this branch of the grain trade. We  act as farmcrsV agents and handle- strictly on commission, and are hot-  open to buy.the faimers' grain on pur own account. We make liberal  advances on car bills bf lading, -upervis3 the grading of cars, obtain  the highest prices going at time of sale, and make prompt returns  when sold. ?'���������'���������'���������-...���������...' . .        ������������������'???;?;  We invite farmers to write to us for shipping instructions and mark-:;  et information.    We give as references to our reliability, efficiency  and financial etanding any city or country bank manager in Western?,  Canada. '..'������������������������������������-'������������������',?' ���������  ?,:,:Y?  Thompson Sons & Compaiiy  GRAIN C0MIVIISSI0N MERCHANTS,  701���������-703 F.   GRAIN   EXCHANGE WINNIPEG, CANADA  A celebrated engineer, being examined at a triai where both the iudgo  and counsel tried In vain to browbeat  him, made use In his evidence ot the  expression, "the creative power of a  nechanlc." on which the Judge rather  Lartly asked him what bu meant by  i;he  creative  power  of  a  mechanic.  Why, my lord Bald the engineer. I  mean that powe.- which enables a man  tc convert n goat's tall into a Judge's  wig.  What ia that dog burking at? aslc-  ii fop, wh.rfto boots wero more pollsh-  f.d  than  bis Ideas.  Why, nald a bystander, lio seeH another puppy li', your boots.  Tho famous criminal lnwyor had  won a Bhockini'.iy .bad case by eloquence and. trickery, and a rival law*  yei said to him, blttoiiy���������  Is thoro any caao so low, ho foul,  no vilely crooked and nhamoful that  you'd  refuse If  Well, I don't, know, tho other answered, with a &mllo. Whnt havo  vou been dolnj; now?  Mr    Croker-King.  tlio    well-known  actor, tell������i o. an amusing incident of  a theatrical  tour       A certain  town  was "billed" for two great rival productions.     On the arrival ot the train  wbJch-brough*. both companies a certain, man,  bodnd    on  business,    approached one of the company as he  ntepped out  o" a first-class compartment, and politely raising his hat, said  In all uincerlty: "Bog pardon, sir, but  nr*. you The Dniil_g of the Gods, or  The Greatest Scoundrel Living?  My hubbuli'! lb loo lunder-lumrloii  iiKogotho." to go*, on, said Mra. rdiiK-  gine, dolefully It shows his good,  point3, cortainly. Why, ho won't  (-.vcn spoak a cross word to mo, nor  whip' tho children, nor ovon kill a*  fly.  Oh, that's nothing, nnld' Mrn Bug-  I'Iuh, my husband Is bo tendeivhearted  that ho can't oven boat a carpet.  Mi-fbi.   th,-  .-..Ubnitcd   doctor,   bolng'     "������ yon lmlle*'** Ihat w������ ove ��������� Hho\v-   ])ny^   fnr  %2M   fpom   T���������n   p,.     w���������.  eMinihuMl  an  un  export  on  a cnnltiil | c"'1' ���������1uU:,."'?nt IV"*,^ w".. ,|!7''/',1\,!''n '   liains* Modlclno C'o., IlrockvllU... Ont,  1M:.I.   wiih imlid.:     by    the    president ! ������"'i,,(1   ���������������llB   0l   ,hl'   ������ollli,)   I������UHohc������-     ...  vhetbi'i" he could  tell  what  'iniintlty' t-'hiir. ,,,,,. i        .' H������* Would Need One  or   ���������..--i.i.l*-   w**.     ro'iulHHP   to   kill   n!1..VV������.iHtt|UJ.h������Bon^^^^^ A  negro wa.i in KtVal. awaiting his  ' lly .      The docl/jr rcpll'''d  |      Certailtly.    M      !���������'    PreHident. Hill  i I    inn:,!    ltnow   li- torelitind   the   nf������,e   of  | ihe  (ly.   Iti  Hex,   Mm  leiii|������ei'iimenl,   llu  -..���������Miiilon  :iii'l   li ilili   of body,  whether  i .n;,ri'ied  .'j.'  lilngie,   widow or njilnsder,  ���������.I. Iilir.ver   or   IkuMii'Ioi'.        M'heii   tt it f f m-  t"n (I    'H     thi-ve   Ji MtHH    I      etui      aiiawer  ! yerr '|:icutioii  I'luiw n barber in UiIh town  who, ul i ;,.lM, ffr M)0 M|llt (>r ��������� cnw  Mte ui',e of leu, wuh the nioHl. (IIhiiki' i '   ^j    wr^ culled to wee him. nnd uh  ,.bli* 111 lb' Hh'-iv. r you  ever hiiw, audi .-|U, ^^,^1 <>nt  Uu> Konler naked.  a I way������  mixed  up  in  Homo kind  ol  u \     jj���������v,   y0u ������iH*i������K������ul a lawyer to de-  1mi| Hc-ape  ii nd Jim yf,t> Mnndy?  Hllll  l , l  " '    *   ' \        'vr,   Hlllil   in.'  iiii.-ii,,   liiAiiii',   ���������iii.   ..  ii.  A voliitiieer who had been a mil. cis'.* c nhnkr, of i. .e head. I3f Jhn was  -Mi.v jiiiit.-v Inilon- tb������' .Sinilli AlVli .,ii ( nilly, Ah'*' g*'' h!:n u lawyer nt  ���������Mir. on Ii!h riMniii reuuniud bin ilu-,-i ',ne.e'- li������<i, In* ir-.vn be ulii'l guilty m>  b-s,  und  ou  bt'ing nuked one day  by   o'rnui'Hi*, Ah  mIj "t   a-gwlnc  to get. uo  lillL    II.4-.    llll    .At'l'tH .Al !������,������.    l.<     ,...-���������   ������      -.'  Curt)-, ������������������*������ Colummw Avn., llowtou, l>.  fl.   A.  VV.  M.  U- 011  1       V'ImMoi*    (to  um ii   in   hull,!,'  \l    Vlwlloi'    What  part?  uuUi ciin--wi.y,   all  J i< urne.  little   girl)- Were   you! ,i ,r.*ivi'll,'i' It he noticed uny chungen ; btwyer.  Wonderful Cures Reported in Germany.  Tho use of dimple herbn nn remedicu Instead of the more oonoentrated and  ominlly more iitii.tfoniiiH Inortjaiilo HuliNtiinoeii, has been revived very widely ol late.  In fWmanv a new school of nhvi-leionn Iu*n arisen which thrown out almont u  whole oi the pliurmacopeiii und relict* on an uduplutiou oi the method ul wild  animals tit curin-i themselves.  ? .  ,  , N. Y. World.  It was Dr. ll. N. Pieree. chief oonsiiltinit physician to lhe Invalids' Hotel and  Surffloal Institute of KulTalo, N. Y., who first advocated ^he extended use of some  of our native roots, mioh as: Golden seal and Oregon drape root, inandralce  and queen's root, bin ok oherryburk. These are the chief inUredients in Doctor  Pierce's Golden Medical Dlsonvery, which haa been so well and fiivorubly known  for   nearly   half u   century.     A  harmless   cleanser   und  Htomiioh tonlo that nature has provided.  .7. UoNAi.n IVIatiikho.n of OhhIiiIiik. N. V. : ayH*. " I mif-  fered for over live yearn with what, the doctor;! tnld me wiv.r  ������;.;;,<,',������,,;...,���������,.;;,���������:,.,- ,;.; n.c ...':!������!������".", ''"������������������'���������������������������>'<<><i irtiti ���������������* ���������������'���������'������,���������-  rlutl iumdltUm of ���������������������*������**, mui iirrmnm hvmi. I hud tried  oiiouffh nuv. idHiiiutli. Kcnthin. rhubiirb. etc., to llont u nltlp  nnit tiiiturally tbouubt, there was no cure fur nm, but after  ,1ii,.,-  i' m  ..i.  t...  o-,  ,1.,,-V  The   ellveti 1 .,,.J.."oV ih* CCllM.  I  Vi.'    m^t,    of  tr.-.lii now hIHui ti. at twelve; the ex-1 MiMtuh Uriidy. culled the priannor. i  iirenti (Ioiikii'i wlitop at ull, au' theii'it! i.-il Uul *'i.r nlfijxah woman to f* t. a>  in: lanht train, '' i'wjt������i���������and a Jelly good ono, tool      ���������  m^tm  mm  rrMullnir whnt, mnlnciit ooo.torH mild of the cniaMve (iiialMU'ti  of the Inuredlent.n of 'tlolden Medical Discovery ' laavelt  a fillr trluI.   Toole the * Discovery ' und iiImi the 'rieui-Miit-  Jf. D. Matukoom. liatx  ,���������ri  ���������-,-,',' 'Vntlifnllv tniv'T nm feellmr bettor now  than I have In yeiirH.   I cheerfully aivu iici'iihhhiuii io pnut-  i,ini, loMMiuuiii*', ������..������ :r ..i.v '.!.*���������.'*;'������������������.: ''���������'��������������������������������������������� ������������������������-<*������-.< ������i������'������  I will 'put him wlao' to the bout all-around uiudicluo lu tho  country to-day.**  inajW,i������B(!).|..ijai!>jB.i*i!|.  iiaiiimiiiiiiiiniiimi!  in 14 WlilWIIWIIIIWIHMIIlllf JAM  MHUki  i^^'^m^   i  Impotlonl Younij: Man (at tolophonc)  r'mt'H you, lun't It, Mary? Thin l������  tho third tlmo I've, tried to Rot you.  Soft Voice--Why, Jack, you've  never really tried to net mo at all.  sSSSSEfS^!-  s9������______i__iiiiii8  BBrnmBBBB*. fi^__V-v������.~L*' 5* ���������<-*-'-������������������*- ���������������������������������������*-���������--*- ���������^-i^Cfj-'-u^t/TiJuijjai.fc.     uJ  s;  *^rFiVf~^L^V'^;!tt**     ������*^-^���������������j8*^-"**^*^. ���������*5^- -k^-^rS&l^ "I**"*-���������"**���������-*'��������� ^-j*-*Tr-o������ ui -j/i _  (M    ll������(l     .1*1. 1.^. ,(^,' ,4_A*  ' ,*     '' v     ���������**       *    ' ���������������- J.,  tit  '" ������  .T'",l"v LA1  ,,.., .,..���������. _,������.,.,...,���������.  i,'; "-;��������� ���������^v-...y-'-'v:-. 9jr*.*-%r-!^',*swjii  ���������*���������        J  **" ~ ���������* ������      * ������."\. **   *     "1 ^   1    ������ ������J*V������^������ IH-**1n44������fi������J  ,*-"    '  -���������-?''r? B^^SH  ���������    *?"���������*���������'_:���������'  -v.-*������������������''���������������'!-"'"'  -ft1.    A._.*^U,,       _     _____  el t.f~x������ ��������������� *.*W ttWHV  THE   CBESTON    BEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  Old folks wHo need something  .,   of the kind, find  25c. a box  most effective "without  Increased doses not needed,  at your druggist's,  ffiflinal Orvf and Chtmicsl Co. ef Cinsda, llsiifU.  _: .'6-!  Finland's Arsenal  Finland fc������s^l,*-en called -a land of  schools. Tweniy years ago the country had 23 per cent, of its population  anaer ts tuition Ulcaborg. in the  north, which is locally called OUlu,  had seven schoo'- for tho upper and  ' middle classe;, .and five for the chilli* eri of the poor. lt is in relation to  a Fcbool for the poor that Harry de  Windt tell? th<������ following story in his  bonk ou Finland  It was related to me by an Englishman who, whil, passing through Ou-  v some years ago. made the acquaintance of a schoolmaster, now deceased.  The traVeiler expressed surprise that  J<"inland- was permitted by Russia to  retain its currency.  Russia dare * uot take lt from us,  vas the schoolmaster's reply.  Dare not! Wh������ you could not fight  Russia?  Oh, ye3 wt. could! We make guns,  ���������md very big,guns, hare in Oulu. We  "ggaTEH.IAT������0-4������t FL? \%'kVr  Prevents tlie Tremendous  Less Irani fiies  Files fo������t Ilia Farmet* or Canada, mlllloni ef  ' <allttini.ni-iu.llr I f rataralmrtbosToirttiormttsnlas.  cr������nmuiU������iiil bTcMfttlytmluUng tbe rrortuullgn o?  -fltlllc l>y i onaUntljraiiuojlng th* anliaaUaUnummnr.  En-pry i-inurr or atocUraliier Jmowa tlila *t*te_ta*l  to 1-9 trus from *Q|* *>iv,i f^Tii'rl������i.i-a.  HIM also mti.-, a czwut'loM of ll ta Yr Apmdlnc  MwutN fn<m tirm to fann. " ItiternMloiiut Hy  Way" willkwp Um off your ATiimslt ������.iul k1������o thorn  porjifi tsst fi������M t1*,!:"* f"S*lftroii������. 1n*rrln, which  ruimiMiuj,<.-,������ .,< ."���������" ,',v--yl5l!;-"?r*''.l'^."** -  Bilk oriitui.'a quicker gnwtb ot *11 biHiiims,  SAVE ������OifS SmTQCH  'Ey Using  "���������IMTERKATIOJIAE,  FtT WAY"  ' 'l������ la ,va'U*i>ty ���������m*'fi������**t-v.(l to tm effscthr* In  Pitting Amy * !.������������������������-. ilvs-iuitoa, en& ������Mipr itm-v-tn  wiili.il winynt.M'i.-tuHTMufe tbelr eat-nln-!0������i_clljr.  Itl-iti-malewtothiilialf Mi'laUn su^l trill tofutuvl  H-rfccOy itatliJactory -Mau used acconUiii; w '  dlrrftlon". .     .    .    m  W * 1>U������������ oar tw _f*r r-*era of lepuMOon cats. ������.  '���������"fnta-rmiiii.iial-'-lv Wuy/'-Airil a������k y������u to Uau. on  Mir po������.ts\e i ttanmue. __  F..B. BALK AT AM. _IA_*1t3.    mnsMnaxftL stock tooa co._iited,*ro������tmTO  SO.  ?_  i-rest __ Wooes Binders fg ^tjjuH^liflTif_j|F  Widely  used  everywhere,   .f-erfect,  Sight running, Bfi^^1""' "   " v  ���������est the hardest conditions of cottiag and   binding'  _������-*  -|-f^r-*H-|���������|iir^-Wr|i|A������^|y~|KW  $l^.l?-0l-l3^n-l_ircS:^|iAH-l:J9AB.-,>!w.-  ."-���������j>������;������  i.ft������c   txu.  4Juip0rtSi������t   jvOuI-uTy,  *mf\S       J\J*X  BB,r���������*lr_\    c���������r--i.--yj/""     ���������  "^,*. -\������  atMM  I  ���������*j*s _  P? * ",**-'' **"!!*     *s*sTt������'\j7,T*f*r������."r'/������  1     /fi5 iTiain oi., mftmrk-u  | A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  I       Rates *i5i.S0 to $2.00 per day  I  Cuisine unexcelled  f Hot and cold water In every room  |   ,   Hotel   practically   Fireproof  1 AH Outside; Rooms  ^-v^ik^i**^  .A������ro the bes- ever made and are guaranteed to givo you satisfaction. At  all dealers, or send us 25 cents stating stylo and size required.  me nriirigiuu ou,. ui  oanaud,  uiu,,  58 Fraier Ave-, Toronto. Ont.  ".cr* to see it?  The Englishman .followed his host  wiih surprised curiosity, until they  < arae to the gates of a iarge brick  building, from which were emerging  a *'*o6p of msT/ school-childrenr.  There, sir, sale" the Finn, pointing  to the so-called arsenal, which was  In reality one of the largest schools,  there is our foundry, and there are  our guns, st present _ on their way  borne to dinner. The .weapons of  ,tny country, sir are progress, civill-  AL'rion aim hutiid-iiily _iiu let ms tell  you that in th������������ end they will surely  gain the victory' over the deadliest  engines of destruction ever forged at  Kronstrdt.    K-m  Generous Employer  The  generosity  of  Marshall  Field,  _-  Chicago n?-'chant prince,  to his  'mployes was remarkable.  He never  tired of showing hjs appreciation to  an old and faithtul worker.  One morning, while making the  aaiiy round of his great establishment  he noticed the worn and haggard look  upon the face of an elevator man.  Tils man nad started m wnen a mere  boy, and had faithfully performed his  duties ever since, only getting the  regular annual vacation for many  jfars. This vacation was usually  iw6 weeks. The confinement was  telling on Ms health, and he felt very  bad on this pa,!--iouiair luGming. T"i������.r-  "���������mall Field askec. him why he did not  la> off for a fow months and go to  v^olorada, coming back refreshed and  strengtaened by rhat climate. ihe  idea was utteri-y ridiculous to the  clsvator-min, a__ he plainly said so.  He had to makf a living, and could  not afford to loseYthe time. Marshall Field smijtd^ aud said: I presume you" could afford it at my ex-  pet.se?  The result of tills chance conversa-  --:ori on the olsv&tor that morning  .\ave the elevate r man a six months'  vacation in thi- mountains of Colorado with all expenses paid, and upon  h"*s return full ol renewed energy, another stiil greater surprise awaited  .him ln the form of an envelope containing six mouths* pay.  A .Kowerfu!   Magnet  Filled ro overflowing was the village school. \. lecture was in progress, and the professor who was  lad'lh_ out the knowledge produced  b. most powerful magnet, with which  he enticed a latge lump of iron to  jerambulate.  Can (Anyone conceive a greater at-  iractivt- power than this? demanded  the lecturer, with an air of'triumph.  1c his surpriss ar answer came from  the audience.  I can, reiuprk������"-������i a burly ypkel.  The Jecturer was puzzled, and challenged his heckler forthwith  I'll tell - you the facts, sir. replied  the agricultural pne. > When I were  a young man there was - a natural  ���������nag-net, done up In a neat cotton  fsrGss, IaUIai^ii A.Aary .n.nn.  Yes? queried the .professor.  Well, continued the laborer, every  Sunday she waved I walked moiles  over ploughed fluids and rough roads,  a?I winds sx>d weathers. There was  no resisting her She was far more  attractive th^an your ipagnet, for in  ���������,h.������ end I juatTicil her.   ���������  mil mh\m>-  v  SO DREADFUL WAS THE SUFFERING  r-'ROM  ITCHING  PILES '  ONTARIO   VETERINARY   COLIXEGE        :  TEMPERANCc  STRi������tT,  TORONTO - .:  rt-ulliatel with the University of  Toioiilo and   uader the control 6*  the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  College   re-opens  October   1st,  1812.    N.B.���������-Calendar on appfipstso^  -.     E. A. A. GRANGE, V. S., M.Sc, Principal,  Attacks of cholera anl dysentery  ccrue quickly, there seldom being any  warning of th3t visit. Remedial act-  'cr must be taken just as quickly if  the patient is to be spared great suffer-  bsy and permanent Injury to the lining  membranes or the bowels. The rcad-  .e; t ^reparation for the purpose is  f������r. J. D Kellcgg's Dysentery Cordial. Tt can bo got at small cost at  * ny drag stor������ or general dealer's,  aud it will afford relief before a doctor can be called.  A solicitor, wnose nose and chin  Tere both very long, and who had  lost his teeth, whereby the nose and  chin were very close together, was  tcld���������  1 am afraid your nose and chin  will fight before long, they approach  each other so menacingly.  I am afraid of it myself, replied the  roan ot law, fo** a great many words  A������..������>.       ....... 3      t.^X.  LxniC   J4CAO0C1X    l/CA    -      AT. ^vww.    r.%y.fXf. Al.  r "SC .     A-AAA7AAA     AAAA<UU> ���������J   ,  Min-srd's   Liniment  Cures Diphtheria,  After Twenty Years of Pile Torture  Relief and Cure Came With  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  You take no nsk aiid you make no  experiment when you use Dr. Chase's  Ointment for piles. Many doctors  etill cling to the idea that nothing but  an operation will effect a cure. But  r peration3 are expensive and dangerous, and often fail in their results.  Some have been cured by Dr.' Chase's  Ointment after operations had failed.  Drr Chase'- Ointment truly has a  wonderful record a������ a cure for piles  ard all itching skin diseases. "Here  Is a -S3S -which v/as reported receni--  ���������y:��������� y  Mr. John P. Marshall, 14 Barnes  road, St. John's, Nfld , writes:���������"For  upwards of twenty years I was troubled- terribly -with itching piles; at  times so bad that I 77as obliged to  'ny up, unable to attend to business.  "I -tried many treatments without  benefit, until I accidentally read of  Dr. Chafe's Ointment, and found at  laat a cure by using this ointment. I  otily used one box and part of a sec-  .ind one when I was completely cured,  and have had no return "of the piles.  That wa3 eighteen months ago, and  ritjeiiieas/io say, I attifbutc, this curs  Lo Dr. Chase's Invaluable Ginirneut."  Many sufferers from piles have tried  so many scores of treatments that  '.bey cannot believe that cure is possible. In order to convince the skeptical we are always v/iiiirig to send a  sssiple hc~ frse tc anyone who encloses a two-cent stamp to pay post-  ;-.j?e.  Dr. Chase's Ointment. 60c. a box,  at aii dealers, or Eumanosn, Bates &  i^o.. Limited. Toronto.  Is the editor-in-chief In? asked the  vjBHor, as he sti oiled Into the maga-  zire office at eight o'clock in the  m Dining.  No, sir. answered the chairman politely. He doesn't get here so early.  Is there anything I can do for you?  Perhaps you can. I suppose you  wre not connected with the poetical  department" oj. the magazine?  Oh, yes, sir, was the quick reply.  You are?     And wbat do you do?  - J   empty  the   waste-paper   baskets,  311..  Visitor   (to  little  girl)���������-Wero ?yojte'.  born  in India?  .?'"  Little Girl���������Yes. 4 *-.* ;:  Visitor���������What part? -    '   ��������� -  Little Girl���������Why.    all    i  course.  me,   of?-?  What is a misdirected zealot, "Uncli* - ���������  William? ^       - , -    ' ���������  A  uiisdireciei  zealot,  Geofge,. is, % y|  man who, when his house Is burning-?  is so determined to keep the _s>*_i^sv _  from being fanned that he Idck&jhis >lm  deg for wagging Ids tall.        -        '-> i _  .,__     4.L.A     D|.   'SI1|J      A,l|������~ fe..������4...V,  Now they claim that the human  body contains sulphur.  In what amount?  Oh, la varying quantities.  Well, that may account for some  others. '  ������ wis*h to comr-ialn. said tho birlda?"  haughtily, about that flour you soHT  ���������ne.      It was tough. -       . .      ���������  Tough, ma'am*:  asked the grocer.,, >  Yes, tough.      I made a pie with. IV  and my husband could hardly cut it *i  ���������-Everybody's. ' '  *  K3T MD REM.TH TO MOTHER AUD CHILE.  zfs*"��������� ^Hf������"������������������_*s? _ fi^M!-?*���������*''*'*. fAvmua liaji am  _y*B������?*������ luu  mrmt MXTV YSARS toy Mit^WON** ������|  SR6  for   tbelr  CBiySi-tK   WUttS  NO, -with PERFBt* aoCCHSO.    ti  s the cKiz,p. soTrrsxva th������ omia.  all PAItT; CTDBSb WitHP COLIC. ���������**  btBt MlDM*7 for DI/'iKR-aCBA.    lt Ul ������*a<  Be mrm iwd ���������fc far *������__  Mgtfiiy hamleaji,  ���������m-alow1* aeetblag Syrv.pv" amA  Tw������aty-ev������ oean* ������ bottle.  SITUATIONS VACANT  Young men placed in positions as  Telegraphers, Freight and Ticket  ���������Clerks just as fast as we can prepare  them. Railway "'Officials endorse our  (System because our instruction is  specially prepared. Day and Mail  Courses. Write for Free Book 19,  Dominion School Railroading; Toronto.  "* She (who has offered to h^? little  Jcnes'j part in this coming theatrical)���������Now what's your cue, Mr.  .; ones?  .To_3r,  (puzzled)���������My cue?  She���������Yes, what they say just be-  f ire you cime o_, you know?  Jones���������Oh, I see They always say  coiie on, you silly goat, can't you?  Lovely Landscapo  GeorKo IV, on one occasion casually entered u private apartment at,  Windsor Caatlo, , and encountered  bcmowhat to his* surprise, his valet  who was Boated at a table loaded with  vlandB and eating with great avidity.  Ah! exclaimed the King. I was  always fond of scenery, and hero la  r lovely piece o. landscape spread but  r-cforo mo.  Tho valel smil* d feebly, but politely  *ut'mated;that he did not understand  tho King's allue'cn to landscape and  uoonery.  Why, ropllod tho first gontloman fn  Europe, do I not aee before mo a  smiling   valet   with   a   magnificent  KOl'RO?  Tho valet hereupon rose and retired  excusing hliUHoli to tho King on the  ground that h<* bad turned suddonly  hih". .  fetiquetle oxi Warships  Etiquette plays quite an important  -jiait on a modern battleship, and the  A>Javy enforces many little forms and  CURtOir3.  .In the *rard-room, where the officers and midshipmen dine, the' commander does not sit at the head*- of  tbe table. That place is reserved  for the president of the mess. The  crmraander invariably sits at his  ri_ht hand, whilJ the former changes  pvfcry month.  Evening-dress is a steadfast rule;  so much so that the man who has to  lake a watch after dinner, ^and who  has no time to change, sits at a table  by hlmseli.  The toast of "The King" in the  Npvy Is drunk sitting. Tradition  huB it that a cexlaln kinc once proposed a toast, and jumping up, hit his  head against a beam above. Orders  vrere given, the story.goes, that all  toasts were to "be drunk sitting in  future. *-"  .  The middy on a warship is just  like a fag at a public school, with  the officers as nis prefects or mbnl-  to"*s. ��������� Midshipmen have to make  themselves generally useful to the  lattej*.  Cata as Witches  In the Monfenato It is believed  tbr.t ail tho cats who wander about  upon tho roof a during tlio. month of  February are really witches, whom lt  .a lawful and ovou necessary to shoot.  An old German superstltutloiv has it  that If a Hack ta4 Bits upon tho bod  of a sick roan it is a presBage, of his  death, while If utter his death It Is  si'en upon his prravo ft Is enough to  .irouso doubts as to tho locality to  which his soul haB departed.       ���������������  In Hungary It ie. thought that cats  generally ��������� become witches between  tho ngos of seven and twelve yoars.  A French belief concerhlng tho cat  Id that If tho animal ho carried In a  cart and the wind blow from It to  the borsoB, tlioy Immediately tall  tired. 11 any part of tho horsomau'o  clothlnjr b*������ made of pat's-skln tho  horuo will fool ao though it carried a  double burden.  Shall I make a hash of this meat  landlady.        ,  Weil, it don't matter "whsthsr you  biles it agin or' roasts it, replied the  lodger; you're bound to make a hash  'of>it.  Good-bye to Asthma. Persons suffering from that extremely trying  t ouble known as asthhia know what  it ir to long with all their hearts for  escape as from a tyrant. Never do  Ahe-y know when an attack may come  and thev know that to struggle unaided Is vain. With Dr. J. D'. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy at hand, how-  aver, they can say good-bye to their  * nemy and en jo-*' life again. It helps  at. once.  Fatigued Felix (the tramp) ��������� I  homotlmofl think our profession Is  just tho moancfc*  biiBlnosa goln'.  Hungry Honry-���������Whut'a wrong with  . 4 ������,  Jl/'  Fatigued Follx���������Woll, whon othor  follors is abuaod thoy kin strike, but  r.he only way wo could strlko would  oo by tioiu' to work.  The Last Straw  The cruel winds tore at the waves  as if to whirl them away.  The man aud the maid sat close  together on the beach and watched  th*-* storm  How thy wind howls, darling! Bhe  said, yelling to*'make herself heard.  Yes, nh'-'elced her lover.  Wliy does it bowl? she screamed.  Dunno. Perhaps It's got the toothache, he bellowed.  Edith���������Pa   ii   immensely   pleased  tc hear you aro a poet.  .   Fcrdte���������Is he? ���������  Edith���������Oh, very. The last of my  swectheafte he tried to kick was a  football player.  HOW MANY OF US  t^all to Select Food Nature Demand*  to Ward Off Ailments?  Stockings embroidered with life-  i-ize figures of mice are the latest  craze in New York. They cost $6  r. pair,     v  .S-        mmS>   *  A Quaint Statue  Humo*-* in - statutes is "rare, except  of the unconscious type; but the little parish church of St James. Yarmouth (Isle of Wight), has within  its wals, a fine white marble statue of  a dashing seaman who was Captain of  the Wight from liJST to 1692.  Sir Robert, as well as beiug an admiral bold, was also a bit of a wag.  On one of his nautical raids he captured h. French vessel which had on  beard an unfinished statue intended to  represent Le . Grande "��������� Manarque.  Holmes did not make the sculptor, who  was on board, walk the plank, but  compelled him to finish tbe statue in  th** likeness of h:s captoi*. The head  wag the head of Holmes, but the body  ���������������as that of Louis XIV.  The contrast Is striking and humor-,  ous, and, as tha guide-book says, the  statue is well worth a viBitr if only  to see the Incongruity of partnership  between a buccaneer face and ja, regal body.  nixamine The  ^L'./ ���������r_'fr_F3*i_h,_* ^_7 *������������ ���������ib'h jtx  Here Represented  at I  You should  rfeuiauu of tue  ance.   Here is a Watch that  will give you at the very least 100%  value in both.  This is not a "fussy" watch, but it is the  Whether-the corn be of old or new  growth, it must yield to Hollo*way*s  Corn Cur. the simplest and best cure  offered to the public.  sensible watch for any man*  Here Are Our Reasons  For Saying It is Exceptional Value at $9.25  Tn the S.rst ^isce it is dust proof.    Ths case has  solid back, screw front,   and   dust-proof   cap   fitted  tightly over the stem wind, so that dust cannot pos-.  Eibly penetrate.  Perfect workmanship ensures its accurate time-  keeping qualities. lt is adjusted to 5 different positions and to all .vtmospberic conditions���������neither heat  nor cold will affect it. Ths screw front is filled  with extra heavy crystal.  This,Watch 'carries a 2-years* Guarantee, and wo  know you will find it an excellent companion.  Prke- $9S?5  4PS8,  Have you your copy of Eaton's Fall and Winter  Catalogue yet? If you have not received it, drop us  a card.  #  T. EATON C _,  CANADA  LIMITED  WINNIPEG  Bad  Blood-  < ' ������������������  is tha direct and Inevitable result of  irregular or conutipated bowcU mid  clo-wed-up kidney* and Klein. The  uhdigeatad food and other want-* matter which in allowed to accumulate  poisons   the   blood   and tha whole  ���������ym-������-m. Tli-. rvinrm-'rt Tntb'mi i������im������I Pilli,  act directly on the boweU, regulating  them���������on the kidneys, giving them  en**- nnd utrrnf-th to properly filter the  blood���������and on the akin, opening up  the porr������. For pure blood and good  health take  Or. Morse's    ������  Indian Root  Pllla  ��������� aaam*m*mmmm0mmmm*m*m.mam**Mam*a*mmm**mammm*mm*mWm^  v*/.. nx u. au~  Well Cauflht  Ho had returned homo ln the ovon-  Ing, tired, and leady for a restful  hour or two.  John, my lovo, said his little wlfo  Bwootly, did you post that lottor I  GuVo you this iwivrnlng?  Yc::, my pi.-l, r.n'd John, hldlnr* bin  coiiHcIonco-RtrloVon   faco   behind   tho  nowspapor.  , Woll what Is your   answer?    still  moro swootly.  Wh-what Is wha't? gasped John.  What lu your answer,; dear? said hit*  little wlfo clearly. That lottor wan  ���������lddroHBod  to you.  Addressed to i',o! exclaimed John.  1 didn't notlco It,       '  And   tho*-,,    Mir**   n   tooiiaim   rnnn     ������������a  loll Into tho tr.ap and produced tho  1 nil or from IiIh pocket to boo. Tho  envelope wan not addrenned to him.  out a lonp*  and  scvoro lecture was,  >__.^, -���������, ��������� ��������� ,'  Heavv     Voltna*  That doctor In a regular human dynamo.  Yos, when I nimo ln contact with  htm, I mysolt was highly chargod.���������  Louisville   Courier-Journal.  A Ky. lady, speaking about food,  says: "I waB accustomed to eating all  kinds of ordinary food until,.for some  reason, Indigestion and nervous prostration set in.  "After I had rufi down seriously my  attention was called to tho necessity  of some change in my diet, and I discontinued my 'ordinary breakfast and  .began using Grape-Nuts with a good  ijnantlty of rich cream.  "In f. fow days my condition changed  fn a romarkablo way, and I began to  have a Btrongt.li that I* had never  linen ponfloBBod'of before, a vigor ot  b-Jdy and a poise of mind. Urn-i. u ���������> <���������/  m*. It was ontlrely now ln my ox-  pur lonce.  ���������My formor attacks of Indigestion  hud boon accompanied by boat flashes,  liiid many times my condition wan  <-���������,tr<,q,>intr with blind Hpclls of dlzzl-  noaa, ruBh ot blood to tho head and  neuralgic pains In tho choat.  Slnco u^lng Grapo-Nutn alono for  bri-akfuul T huvo been fri---!-- from thcr.c  rroublnit, oxcopt at tlmos whon I havo  Indulged In rich, greasy foods ln quantity, then I would bo warned by a  pain under tho lott shoulder blade,  and nnloBB I heedod tho warning tho  old trouble would como back, but  when I finally got to know whoro  thoBO trouhlew originated 1 returned to  my Grape-Nuts and   cream   ami   tho  pain and disturbance loft very quick-  *���������*"  " "I am now In prime health as a ry-  -ir.lt of my use o: Grnpi'-Nutn." Numo  given by Canadian Pontum Co., Wlnd-  nor, Ont.  "Thoro'i a reanon," and it la cx-  nlnlnod In th������ Httln book. "Tho Iload  to WollvlMo," in pkgH.  A.H.I    ��������� a>������U   iil������  aiuuvv.   iv.".ls.. .,     .,   ,..,,,  one appears from time to time. Th������.y  are a(*t>u,'<0' true, and full of human  )ntere������t,.4'  Shot for Preference ti.-.  A rathe" turgid orator, noted for  his verbosity and heaviness, was once  assigned to do some campaigning in  a mining camp in the mountains.  There-iwerf about fifty minors present  vvhen he began; biit when, at the end  of a couple of hours, he gave no sign  of finishing, his llstenero dropped  away.  Some went back to work, but tho  majority sought places to , quench  their thirst, which had been aggravated by the dryness of the discourse.  Finally there watt only one auditor  left, a dilapidated, weary-looking, fellow. Fivlng bib gaze on him, tho  orator pulled out a large six-shooter  and laid it on tho table. The old  fellow rose Blowly and drawled out:  Be you going to shoot'if 1 go?  You bet I am roplied the speaker.  I m ,bound to finish my speech, even  if I have to shoot to keep an audience.  Tho old follow slghod In a, tlrod  manner and edged slowly away, saying as he did bo���������  Well, shoot 1C you want to. I may  as well bo Bhot as talked to death.  A  lyilnai-id'e Liniment Curei Distemper  The Doctor Didn't Think 8o^  A smart young doctor sat facing his  patient.  Yob, my frlond, ho said gladly,,you  aro quite well again now, and need  not como horo again.  Tho patlont, rocovorlng from a bad  HlncfBB, wae relieved to hoar thla Thon  his face becamo ovorcant again.  Bud nboud der bill, deed or, bo wnld  ���������need It bo toll ho wan a Gorman���������  I ain't got mooch monoy. Vlll you  dalio dor bill oud In trade?  The klnd-hoaitod doctor oyod hlfl  pAtlont'B shabby clothoa.  Well, pcrhaitii I mlglit, ho aatd  agreeably      Er���������what hi your trado?  I vob der loader oft a Sherman band,  docdor, wild tho patient proudly. Wo  Mil blay In d<������* front of your house  oviiry iiv.iiiliiM   fur unit iiiuiil.U.  An oloctrlc cle\ ator in a Now York  ofllcc iMill'ltnr** that travola to a  height of RRR., fo.it on each trip Is bo-  llcvcd to hold the world'n record.  _lim  aIuIiiimou,   you vo  noun  >r������������������,.,  ,     t.,,.. I      1,   .  .    ,, J*    v  .������������������������������>������ . . "k - )    .....     ��������� ���������  tooth.  No,  I  nln't,   mammy, honout.  got 'um lu ma poclcat.  UHIUUI  Vat,  I  W wi  IWk,  A highgrade chew for  those who want something better than usual*  "Empire" Navy Plug" is  ~im exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You arc  sure  to like  ilm?,vr.<r*ir*������ TC^-unir Phi or**  "   ���������" x - *"   "   ���������*  ������>��������� , "��������� ������=������   ^  ALL UVE DEALERS HAVE IT-  ASK YOURS.  ��������� ��������� ii  MMM  togi|al  ���������aaM*M*������anai*MaaMiiMMaMNMaMii������aaaMMaaMkji   amm  um inijffiy^^  r!??ffi'Z?ff '^P'^'^S^tti^^'^i^it^'^^^'1* ','^V; "^'fa'^i^-** *''*^v'MSJ*;r*'**i,-f -' "**���������***>'��������� ���������������"rn***  '-��������� '^''.:Y������^."';"'1. \.:|;:'|,--"1'-',r-i:'-*'"/r,"(ry;,'..,.pr''. :r:;.  " "Mi'JalWinm*-.<'fm mmmi   ���������**"  *������i-JTB>T"*w *' *V--'*-Jt;  ^mm^v^^tr^f^ri^cTf  The Creston ^evielfr  NPu_lished every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  ag and Publishing Company, Ltd. .-,������������������.'.  W. B. McOlure  Editor and Manager  Till_ ' 'C'R&&'������ty^tiy.;p:Wwiitw ��������� '��������� "���������'{yvv^v*.te^;z^.tm:(\^ti"4;-ti  *���������*-���������"���������" ""I"-"' " *���������"���������" ������������������������������������'���������     ������������������������������������������������������������������������    ii     i    j ���������'���������^^yrumjjfLi:.-. ^i���������Yr'i M"- n ! j n  i     i       -*m.-'n.T" ������������������~; " ' '���������' ~ "~~ ~~���������"~       *--���������--/���������  ������������������������s������  SToti  Mote  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  culating in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Creston district nud  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for. statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 cents per line in (succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.GO a year ir"  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing iu matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. GDntributions niust be brief and  signed. -  A citizen interested in Crestou's advancement lias sug-  tliat some of the capital which, will be brought into western Canada by the Dry Farming Congress at Lethbridge  might be attracted to this section if the Say ward timber  limits were opened at that time. He suggests that a petition  be circulated asking the government to grant to the purchaser of the land the timber also instead of selling separately as has been the custom and that the survey be pushed  tsaanmmtaa*  \KaV> v^/"^^'^g^  ���������_y  !        -   I  S     - a  j The Leading ]  Hotel of the \  Belt \  SrV__r4 ^Y/OU* will  make   no   mistake  I  I - * *���������������  1  i^_.J  .4.    . X. f. 4.    4. ' .  I     1-. j?.    J      *-*. .-A /-v .-<-.<-* .-������  j. JO.C vvugicaB  so tne , limits can oe opened at mat time  time would certainly be most opportune for having the land  sale. With the fine exhibit which Creston is going to send  to Lethbridge and the government advertising of the sale  there would be a double attraction to this section, which  would bring people from all over the worid-  $w  Our   Guests j  Cah   c/Sgain\  When you get off the train  *       if you sign the register at    *������$  the  Creston  Hotel.       Travelling    ||  men  will   substantiate  this.    We  study   the   comfort of our guests.  TM   _* ll      *r* ���������    i        ���������_    ���������  ine rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  I  .11 n-: l-,.&.*������-?-i /-.*-  -*-. mrnxxx xj\. A JU.J.V_ J.I) ���������  r>f... ���������i ,.     i  f\.<.VJ_������_J_A_J.v?  "<3CT^ Yc5S5r  aud Commercials.  i_v-'_BL   Mnran  more "'Hew-'<j>dde$  We aim to keep a  most  up-to-date Q  \sotck.        Notice   the   following   new  X  ^arrivals. A  -~J A  G*0^4������BSf Handbags in Leather and Velvet ������-  Hair Brushes and Bath Brushes ���������|  New Sponges and Combs &%  ? Cut-g'UsiS, Water Pitchers and  Glasses ||  etc. &  Jf Hot Water Bottles and   Attachments*  9  etc.,   etc. ������  SSmH^joa.  _t*M**r*a^*MUVrtviff*iiM  -ERESNNE  rCani  Canyon City Station To  BW* _*_, SP*8* iF*'_  >Kh.K  3 a eaa Ob?-Baa-all S  -.���������-PB-- a  1 :M..  S   I _ ___  TAII  Rp    I f-nrrt p. iri i0t4a.lv  Board of Trade is   to Set  Three Canadian High=  way Guide Posts  a  J  ii  I  .40^8*1 a  ESJSSa  MPOOOOOOOOOO&O-C N������##������####  Word has been reoeived that iho Can  ! B  adian pacific will start- the construction il  11  of a station at oaee at the new  Canyon j |  City town site near t_e railrptid -bridge j|  over Goat river cany on,   by Chas.  G.. jf  fl-'--.%#'������39fe_ taa &  ������6C_g������__ who is prcuiotiug the site.  The I������  I  (Continued from Page 1}  voted to install, three guide posts of  the usual type used along the Canadian Highway. These will probably  be placed, one beside the Canadian  Bank of Commerce building, one at  R. Longs corner, and one at the next  turn in the read.  The' secretary was instructed to  ���������write the Railroad Commission requesting them to see that the Great  Northern fence its right of way in  compliance with a law passed beveral  years ago, The Canadian Pacific  Railway Company now has a fence  gang at work in this vicinity.  R. Campbell, president of bho Moyie  Board of Trade was present at the  meeting and in a complinientery  speech, lauded the local organization  for tho progressive ^spirit they were  showing and for the good work thoy  have done. Ho says that 15 years ago  ho visited Oreston when all ho could  aeo that it had was a climate six wecki-*  in advance of Moyie, Ilo expressed  groat surprise at the rcnuirkabk* development shown bore,  Harry Leonard was elected to membership oi the Board.  steel is now being laid for a passing  crack and a side track. Au- electric  Diock system is being iustalltd to prevent accident at tlie sharp curve near  the Canyon. This system is the first oi  its kiud iu the Grows 2sest Pass.  All preparations are being made to  make Cany ou City a busy town earh  nest year v.tuu the lot-; will be put on  che market. The Can*o'a City Lumber  Company's ofaco and store building are  co be letnoved from the mill to the new  site and a post office will probably soou  ba established.  j  ..^.fe3^t������5^is5aBai^  IdOIB  ransfer, Livery and Feed  (Best equipped Livery hi Town)  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  CUTTHHS ���������nd BCTGOIF'S for pale and hire.    Saddle and pack homes a  v*  _>  -to*  ij**  Speciality.  Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.  Horses for sale  i-  IVAf  Uv  fftf  iti   Feed for sale.  >"_   I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mall, and iscui ������u uiuus  ���������iii  "_  _ii  xti  i������>  W phoue 56  at any hour of the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers,  . receive prompt attention  >m  H. S. SVIcCreath, Prop  s  _  Hi  Sirdar Avenue Eos 14  iums for  *?iv^rv  kind, of  gram,  grass*,  seed, vegetable and fruit grown, and  provision is made for any novelties,  ufc that. Upwards ot 900 International  Exposition ribbons wiii \>f required for  the individual prize winners, it is anticipated, while the district and esception-  '"> ������������������.'-������������������  al displays, federal, state^ couuty, province, individual, womien and juvenile  will require a very large number of  spepial prizes,���������which have been provided  iasc is. the method by "which krat't paper  now comiug largely iuto use, is made.  The manufacture of sav/-mill refuse  into DUlo haB  ^^eUU   'U    rinnnfln    flnrinnr  r���������A- ���������-    ~-n������������������ ���������.-.-������    .������������������ -r-������  the past year. It is estimated that if  the material which goes to waste iu the  woods and mills of the Dominion were  made ihto'pulp, the product would be  greater iu amount than at present. Y  i *  Dry-Farnied Pioducts  Exposition In The Lead  Spruce Leads But Balsam  Fir is Much Used for Pulp  Junior Ball Team Defeated  The Oreston Junior Baseball Team  met defeat at the hands of the Cinu-  brook boys iu the game played at that  olfcy on Monday. Tbo game was executive and close during tbo iirst innings,  With a tie in the Hixth inning, after  which Cranbrook mado rapid advance.  Tho defeat can bo laid to the playing ou  a itrango diamoud, which wuh iu a very  poor condition, and to tho luct tbat  Cranbrook pat ou a heavier team thau  tho ouo whish played the Cie������,tou bo^t-.  here. Tho boys, too havo been organised only a short and have not pructlwcd  long togothor. Thoy bellcvo tbat by  Labor Day thoy will bo able to j*iv<'  Or au brook a surprise aud thoy hopo to  havo tho opportunity to play them on  The premium list of the International  Dry-Farmed Products Es;poB.iiiou, to bt  hold at Lethbridge,  Alberta,   Canada,  Oct. 10-20 next, is one of  tho most attractive aud interesting to every farniei  chut has boou issued this year.     It con-  iiuus   the     cliiBBiiication   of    some 800  giiiins and .grasses,  covering  threshoo  ^raius, she:;f grains, forage crops, vege  cables, roots,  heeds,  fruits,  jellies aita  jtuiis, uiid u. large uuinborof special district,   individual,   juvenile   and  farm  women'B clnsse-j, with a most attractive  tive lot of machinery and   implcmout  premiums in tho sweepstakes,   lt is one  of tbo most valuable lot of prizes aim  premiums ever huug up for tho fanners  of tho wiila world, and tho entries ure  being mado so rapidly aud from so many  HoctionH of tho  continent  that tho exposition committee, of whioh J. W. Mc-  JNicol of Lethbridgo ia chairman,  in  a  public   Htutcmout,    assures   exhibitors  tbat thoro will bo koonoHt   competition.  The committee Btutcs that thoro will be  room for all   exhibit**,  that three now  iniiiuiiiKS ;;rc being ru-ihod tocomplntlnn  wuiiUi Ui..'iAi si i3iai.-u wct-'li:,, und thaiil  moro demands aro made upon them for  t-puci- they uru prepared  to tstill fuvthur  incrciiHo the bousing 1'aciliMcH.  No qnarti-r of the eiii-lli Iiuh boon omit.  led iu providing foi'uxhiblts of products  i of various oouutriuri.     Tiuuu  uru luem-  Spruce continues to hold its place as  the most important of Canadian pulp  woods. . Iu 1911, according to a recent  bulletin of the Forestry Braush of tbe  Department of the Iuterior. over four  fifths of the wood consnmed by tho pulp  industry was of this speoies. Tho total  increase of 73,801 cords in pulpwood  consumption between 1910 aud 1911 wns  almost entirely couliued to thiB species.  Balsam fir, hemlock aud popular together made up twenty per cent, of tho t.i-  cal coii'-uinption. Tho Pro vi 1100 of Quebec is still at tho head of tho provinces  iu tho pulp industry, consuming 58 per  cent of the total pulpwood cut. Ontario used iu 1011 nearly 0110 third, and  New Brunswick. Nova Scotia and British Columbia togo.thoi*' consumed approximately 0110 (ifteonth of the total.  Balsam ilv is coming moro gouorally  into uso ns a pulpwood. It. has been  found that up to forty percent of this  species cm bo usod with spruce to produce good pupor. Ah a result balsam litis now worth .*}i0.40 por cord, or GO cents  per cord moro than In 101.0. Spvuoo is  worth $l).-17, au inorousn of 42 cunts per  cowl over 101 o. / I Many Cattle At Spokane Fair  The vicchunieril p'"rt'*rt***4(  from   which! .���������������������__.  tlio bulk of liows paper mock is made,  oontiniii'H to bo tho iiiuiu soui'co of pulp  supply with GO.*! por cent of tbo tolnl  Canadian product. The sulphite pro-  Oi'hs consumed neatly one third und the  rumuiudci',   (nearly eight per ami) wuh  i.i..������0.*ii(.l._'.*>|.rl  1'\������������ flu. .'<>������lii  .>i>{\(.<.i,,.      ri>i.:  YAHK ITEMS  Mr. and Mrs. Lesley McGinnis of  Canyon City paid; a visit to their  friends on Sunday last, returning  home again on Monday.  Mrs. E. M. Harrison left on Friday  last for a trip to the coast where she  intends visiting friends near Seattle.  She expects to be gone a month or  six weeks.  Cecil Larson who has been employed  by tho East Kootenay Lumber Co. at  Ryan as official clerk and time keeper  for the last five months, returned  homo to Yahk whoro ho will assist Mi*  Riloy in looking after the liotol. I'm  au ro Cecil's many friends welcome him  back to Yahk.  Mr. Montgomery who bus boon employed by tho Yahk Lumber -Co. as  yard foromau for tlio last two yotuw  wont to Cranbrook on a business trip  ���������.he (Irst of the week. Ho expects to  return in about llvo days and continue  his duties with tho company.  Mvh. A. Bengali and children of  Cranbrook are spending a fow wooks  hero with Mv. I'n'f'-nn who In oin  ployed as sawyor for tlio KingLumbor  Company.  is now installing a wire and phono-  praph horn system about the grounds  and grandstand and oue man speaking  into au ordinary telephone receiver will  talk to the people 'iu every part of the  fair grounds simultaneously.  TViova u-ill lie pi-llo rrilnvo nl. thft "B'nir  ��������� ......v,   ..... _~ ���������.. ,., ���������������   this fall.. Au evidence of the growing  interest in the Northwest is shown by  tha fact that F.rank Reed Sander1?, the  well-known cattle breeder of Mesa, Arizona ia goiug to briug 37 head of cattle,  10 sheep and" 12 pigs all the way from  his ranch to the Interstate fair. Mr.  Sanders has entered 12 Guernseys; 15  Dutch Belted; 8 Ayrshires; 2 Holsteins;  12 Hampshire pigs aud 10 Dorset sheep.  Entries are also coming in from Eastern  Montana and Wyoming an4 the exhibit  this year will be materially increased as  a result.  Additional  Locals  Dan English's read oraw is repairing  the road from ArrowsmichB ranch to the  meadows. When the work is completed  it will make a good stretch of automobile road.  ���������Buy your Jelly sealers from S. A.  Speers.   75 cts. per dozen.  SuVeval huuureu tOue of uuo uny hnVS  been cut on the flats by the ranchers.  S. S. Fairhead presented us with a  beautiful bouquet���������of sweetpeas this  week.  R. P Johnson and family of Cranbrook will arrive in Oreston tomorrow  for a short visit with his parents, W. H.  Johnson, and other relatives.  Spokane, Aug. 1,5��������� Tho big voiced  man with tho mogapliono will not bo  nm oh in ovidouee at tho Spokano lutor-  Ajtato fair thin fall. Instead tho patrons  of tho fair will bu iippmed of tho coming  events and results by the olootrlo annuu-  .'.   I '������'!   ,���������,   YT,     . il I  W.W.VI.   . m.m.Kf   ..Ua.U       A.^AO|44A.44AW       OUaAA AJ.AAI^  Tho new bridge ovor Duck Oireek has  beon oompletoi' nnd the orew has moved  fco Washout Crook whero anothci* structure is under wny. Tho road will shortly bo opened to Sirdnv.  Hugh Taylor spout Sunday at Sirdar.  Mrs   Sidney   Poolo' mndo   a   trip to  Kitchener Sunday.  Frod Coopov of Cranbrook made his  usual visit to Oroston this wook.  Tho Kootenay Garngo hns vociolvod a  onr load of I'm in iuit>loiuoiit,s from tho  MiiflKoy-Hnrrls Com pany.  Born to Mr,  and Mrs. D.ivid Loar-  mouth, a girl, on Saturday August tO.  T������ .1, Crawford loaves today for un  oxtiiiifiivo trip through custom Giuuiua  anil tho Uul to il States.  Tho Binding is 1 eing done  for a shlo  walk to bo laid on Fourth street to tho  ���������Ranohersare requested to |haad to  the Seoretary of the Frnit Growers' Union their orders for frnit wrapping paper.  ������_   ' mmm****a^m  W. H. Murr and Roy Hogarth o<  Colman, Aiberta have been spending  several days this week here. Mr. Ho-  garth will remain in Oreston for some  time to handle tho fruit orop on Mr.  Murr's runoh.  Shrank Broderiok has sold his ranch to  H. R. Parker of Lundbrook, on Taeadny.  T. South of Oraubrook Ib visiting iu  town Bovoral days this weok.  Sam Ooop of Cranbrook upend leveral  days the flrat of the wcob in Orcatoia.  MIbs Eva Black-nan of Rossiand is  visiting at the homo of John Arrow-  Hmith.  Miss Joan Smith wont to Calgary  Sunday for a viwt with Mra. Bob Law-  rio.,_fia  ���������Protoofc your garden with poultry  wiro.   In 2 ft, 4 ft and 0 ft., widths at  ���������.���������"wii^wmw..��������� ... n��������� , 1 m������mm������m kajmtmi, ���������  -1.\  Creston Drag&Book Co. S   II  1  llllWlWHil������tH<iWMii4l^^ti''������ltl^ll1MM������Wl>Wiill|<ill  ���������WlPIIWWWIIWWIWlfllW>W^^  iSiiiS  Mi.Ml������llWlllj!tiiWt.Ui������*lW  ���������y2S32jaLt2JJ2  M__li_ii  m*mm*****Mmm*m _>Ti"gTggjBafj-'������������������  THE   CBESTON   EBVIEW,   &3B3STQN,    B. C,  jsrf "-���������*J,i4"iiS'',:p  /*__fl'S*__g^  j**    vs    ���������    *-^4*i?*|!Si  ' >.*s_EE*i*������j_a?*iyqj^^  61-  i      I   1_ jf_  B3 ������^             ���������   ���������     ���������  M  SSl    _3      53 j  yyguui  XJm  W. H.JON gON,  Proprietor  ESSBHttSB  agrsiirftaaj  THE"   HOME  OF   77*/*E  TRANSIENT  m  mm m  COMMODIOUS  f      SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel is one ofv the  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the  T-Tnnfp-na-'-'iiL   -  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  ���������m������cxc*i"r\-m_  n  n i.'-i i������������������*���������������������������   ���������.!���������' uTiaai ���������>r'j.-'������Mi'C*������HB<���������_���������������_���������" _-y_  wr  mm     li   1.  CANYON CETY NEWS  i  KSSBSSSSSSSSS  *a*^a^m������m^mmm������*Km������f^mmmmKt������ammmtmmmmrm*am*mammmmm0taa*mmmmm*m  E3SKH-H5EZ2BK3-.  :"i'j':i:*:i;s  y Miss.DJ  ^*s _s������. ^v-*>5*������ a ���������������������. ������������������������������������si'yi t-jiaTPPjotti ���������SB*'** A ���������H**"***^.  Sepr.30ioOci.61912) IH  __  t_ # tt:>4?*.,--������������  tTkeMandE^ ||||  t/Seven dlq^sf and ghc nij^Ms/cf/ E?:?i:i:;i  \.  ^ec/udo/jon and tmTtiii^tsm^x/-  [.RtsdadecP/taifarcpz K&teg  'V&il-a h> fcdbr H Coj5-b?ovft. ^ecy for Presrmatt. Ligtani \  lilurffraled DailyVeo&Wi. Sa_j^!_jut^S3 _���������,,- >-*.tlja J  KI :;:-:--5  ���������-������������������:���������;  it  **  i-i  Q  Mrs. George Hurry left Wednesday  for Nelson.  Mr, and Mrs. L. H. McGinn's sppnt  Sunday at Yahk.  Work has been begun clearing the  site for the new Canyon City school  house.  There was a farewell party giveu at  the home of T. H. Hicfeey, Mondry  night for Mies Bertrand Knott who lefi  Thursday for Vancouver where she  t-xpeets to atrend the Normal school.  Mrs L. Douce left Wednesday for  Kelson where she has excepted a position at tho Kootenay Lake Hospital.  Although Mrs. Douce has been hero only a short while she has <wiade many  trlends aud we are all sorry to see her  depart from our midst  T. H. Hickey went to Creston Monday  to take charge of the Mercantile Livery.  SemJ-resd-f  Tailored Sniu  *J 0LJj ex ������as fcasnni sun mm  m* Canada���������(iut tumUt ill iim tauii.  gaod fox samples of S20 "Kiss** Otnsr8  ���������etge and (25 Britalaa UmtOr -al������ mta  book.  *.������  NOW IS THE TINE TO MAKE YOUR TKEES  ntm Vie   UA.AU.ci   ,m   ;w������ mmmm m. m������mxm  direct.���������Semi-ready. Liawea, afoamal.  G. _red Johnston, Fernie. B. C  duck CREEK NEWS  i'_     x: -       - - "v. it?  *>   -  ������>-���������        "\%*~\ t     *������7ji*Fl/_V-       "**���������    .      f-J  b   va _  13-  r^.������-^-^7.?sr,'g!:rr,yss^'"'  Messerfe Butterfleld and Embree of  Duck Creek and A. E. Penson of  Creston, were over to Summit Creek  last Saturday and had good sport  among the trout.  Mrs. Ciislake und family of Cranbrook who are staying at Siad&r, were  visit. ������i'S at the O. J. Wigen ranch on  Sunday.  The bridge over Duek creek is now  complete. Jim Johnson the genial  bridge foreman has been moving the  blacksmith house* this wc*ek*  !^|"r.     T'\*.i������|'A.1]    {ATI     {1"**C*1? ** I'll       ***������*.r.m.T-      Xtms^m. .  the Okanagan lias been spending a  few days iu the vicinity s������i_i_ei'  pruning the orchards.  T. .ind D. Butterfleld who loj't last  week are now working at Cowley,  Alberta.  Miss Butterfleld went to Creston  Monday returning Tuesday, being the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moore.  SYNOPSIS OV CANADIAN  NGUTH  WEST MINING REGULATIONS  COALi���������Coal mining i*ig_ls may be leased  for twenty-one years, renewable at an annual  rental of 81 an acre. Not more ttu>n 2,560 acres can be. leased to one applicant. Kcyul'y  five cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory  the tract must be staked out by the appll  cunt in person, and personal application to  the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion Land  loi* lhe dibit-jet muse 111 aii cases be made and  the rental for tbe first year must be paid to  lhe agent within thirty days alter filing  application  QUARTZ���������A person eighteen years of agt  and over, having made a discovery may locate a claim 1.500 feet by 1,500. F.������e, 55. At  least S100 must be expended en the claim  each year or  paid to the Mining Recorder  When 8500,0 has been expended or paid and  other requirements compiled with, the claim  may be purcbasad al *J1 en acie.  PLACER MINING CLAIMS are 500 feet  long and from 1,000 to "Awn1 leet wide. Kntry  ree!������. Not less than 9100 must be expended  in developement work each year.  DREIJGING.���������Two leases of five miles each  f   a river may be issued to niiounpijciat foi  JJ IL'rm OI M J eaiS.    Jieumi. Siva ...'Io yvT s,-  S HEAVY c&N&UAL  ^EAxKH^^'By  S  ���������_���������������  am  *  ft  *-  ^Summer Pruning and Thinning t  5_  _ " f-^f Tmrmjm  j %j\������jr������%&_3_  -<" ~" ^'--''"irEii  .   Vr    vi   " m,  ��������� s^C&m  " <tirj*  Ti   BOX 42, Creston  ^5S**-*-4'fi&!������*4*fA-"-*^  l������i*  OKANAGAN and KENT County Experifmx   ������  tisof'*BcthStdi<ms   t  XT  Jf       _W_7  Electric Restorer for Men }r  Phosnho'nol restores every n^rve in the body '  ,7   r , to its proper tension; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and al! sexual  ���������,vea!cttes9 averted at once. PUoapbosoi will  ii-ickc you a new man. Price 38 a box. or two for  f-o. Mailed to any addresi. Tho Sooeell Drns  '," . ri", ���������ntharine������. Oat.  NOTICE  Nelson Land Dis rict���������District of WeBt  Kootenay  (  Take notice that .1, Guy Lowenberg,  of Crettou, B, O., occupation, as cut, in  tends to apply for permission to purchase   tha   following  described lands;  ft      m\r .irt- -���������     /^**>**>      *jV1>������**ia       j(\**.���������������*-  ������r  Couimensing   at ..  !>������������������ ������������  .^.-   ~*.a~ ���������  boundary of lot 9269   about 20 chaius |  north from its southeast corner, thence j  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west t  20 chains, north 20 chains west 20 chains  i  north 20 chaius more or less to tbe point  !  of commencement containing   120 acres  mere or less.  Guy Lowenberg,  Bated Mpy * 0.1912. Applicant.  Animal   Fertilisers  ARE  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for oar  New Pampblet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Oo,  Limited  CRESTON  ria- devsn's s-emaie yms  num.   Royo.ty. 2Va percent alter the output |     >V!tSM^rS������VW4M*  _������neratlve portion of the female system.   Refuse  es<eeds8l0,0CO.  W. W.CORY  Deputy Minisierof the Jnlrrio  III cheap imitation?.   ������r. de Van - are sold at  ' s-5 a b.,x, or three for $10.   Waiied to any Baautcss.  1_������ -ootcU X>rc*** do.. St. Catharine*. One.  Head Office  x a irn-tr-    t'iivi  jni\i,     v (������*���������!  VER;    EDMONTON,  ^\ a -r r\ a rr.-*ir-    ir* *������������*rr>4*-i j-t  CaivUArVX,        ������   CiAlVVjU-  **��������� as* .&&.*&. f^ .ts^ .isf -fis^ .fi^ 'fi^ >sS!t -^&t'  * w^^Bk%^m    _hk^_        j^__*_        _f^^K. rZy^^        _^iL _Mh^_        ______        v_i_Mh-_. _^_*- ^_SSw^^^ tau i__55^__  r.meS *&>W'^.*^'S''^a..^'^a><V ���������v������^������������������^|������'^^  '���������_r  ��������� _47>  * ���������_. ���������  -RIO  x������\m f/  m.-mr  ��������� V-  m  "mix  m  I f a @ w __nr g������isi__  Cll 1 L.IUUI L.BS  *���������- w ^  e? _f ine &gBw&������*&������tW8g jw-fjf-^^-fAf^A-f^^ i  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  jra    cssr_. _sss,a. kec  mjjpto-i    ^aff^P^St fit?*7fi  Plums ^^B^^>^ S &^mit������^mi Qherries  GUARANTEED HO^E GROW2-  Cellared���������Roots iu earth, Uo danger of winter killing  ^^^^^-[���������[^ -.  Established IOOO by tho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture        .*     ,       .������..-.���������  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOOR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRBCES  For Oatalogue aud Price lisc, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  ariFri_wiiiii.ii__ i  w  ___  __4f  *4������as*"aB*i_ m-  UI-CERS,   BOILS,   SWOLLEN   GLANDS,   BLOTCHES,  PIMPLES, AND ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES  y   , ARE COMPLETELY  CURED  EY THE       '  NEW METHOD TREATMENT  Wo deslro to call (ho attention of all thono  nf.'ieuil  Willi liny Blood or Skin DUeat-a to  oi:i������ New Molhod Tronimont na a guarautced  euro lor tlioou compliiints.   Tlicro la no,-_c������  cum* for nny poraon naviiiR a aisilguroii jaco  from   eruptions  nnd   lilotohen.  Uo matter  wheiliep lierodltary or ncn.ulr������d, our Bpuoillo  jotuuillcii r.ud treutnictit ni'iitmHso all pol-  , tifitifi lu Uio blood and cxpul tbem from t,Ui>  Hyiitoin.   pin* vast c-qu'rienco in tno treat*  ���������lncnboCtliouBanilnol! tlio inotifc Bcrlouo and  conipllotilcd casuo' cimblea us to porfoot a  imvo uItliout cs-poi'lnionlliif*. Wcdo buslnnaa  on tlio plan���������Pny Only for the Benefit You  Dorivo.  ll! you novo uny blood dlHoaso, con-  milt uu FrooV Cli*ra** und lot ub provo to  you How (UilcKly our romcdlott will rcmovo  all ovklauooH oi dluoaKn.    VJmlortlio lnflucnco  of tho New Molhod Tre-ilmont tlio '"liln ho-  comi'S clear, ukiorn,' plmploH end ulotohos  heal up, iinlarRod Rlanilu i\r������ roduood, fallen  out imlr p-rowi* In npriiln. t1w nynft necomo  hi'lptlit, ambition and onoray return, and tho  victim rciilizos a now lltlo lias oponod up to  Win;  YOU CAN ATHtANCE TO PAY AFTER  YOU ARE CURED  CONSULTATION FREE"  Soi-iil for Dooktot on Dlaorno* of Men  ���������' THE GOLDEN MONITOR " FREE  If unablo to cixll. writo for a 0_u������������Uon Llat  for Kerne Trenlwrit  Dmaiaa.  Mb^MMb^I  Cor.'Michigan Ave. and Grtswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  m������������_ti____4.l_l th*1i* _ (T* Ki" A1- Icttero from Canada must bo adclrcnecd  W___fS** an^-Ja D ������������������W'bSbi to mu* CnnruHnu CorroRr-onflcnce Depart-  VWjT^Qnr f iHiiwiiini inn nrin ment in Wltnlr.or, Out. If you desire to  nee us pcrooually call atom- Medical Institute in Detroit n������ wo -ic-uand treat  tt-  i-������-t������������������it������ in our Wiiidnor  nllli-i-:*.  wlilr.h   nr<> fnr  (NirrPspoiulctiCR ana  I  tftr> p-twrnt*  j^aooratoi'y *w* o^niuiinn ihii>4a������a...m ������-.������..,������,.   ....������.������������- ���������... ���������>..������.������  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEPY, Windier, Ot%U  Write for o-OTtirlvato luldrenn.  <.11nmn.     |M  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, aud endorsed "Tender  for a Pile Wharf at Comaplix, B. O."  ���������A'ill be received at this offlce until 4:00  P. M., on Weduesdar, August 28, 1013,  for the consti ueliou of Pile Bent and  Timber Decking wharf at Comaplix,  District ef Kooteuay, British Columbin,  PlntiH, specification and form of con-  raot oan bo seen and forms of tender  >btalned at (his Department and at the  ������������������fflce8(f F. W. Ayltner, Esq , Distriot  Engineer, Ohnpe B. 0., O. C. Worsfolri,  Esq , District Engineer, Now Westmins?  nor, B. O , L. C. Elliot, Ken , District  lliUgiuecr Edmoutou, Alta,. and on ap-  ollcfttion to <h������ PoRtinnsler at Comaplix,  B.a.  Persons lendoring nro notified that  tondcrs will nut bo considered nnlcfis  made on the printed forms supplied, and  uignod with lluar actual t-ignntnixp,  ���������taring thoir oronputiou and  plnoes of rouulenco. In tho oap.e of firms  tho notnal Bignnturo, tho naturo of the  i-iconp'ttion,, nnd plnco of residence or  each member of tho firm must bo given  Each tender mast bo acqompanlod by  nn accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payablo to the order of tho Honourable  Muilstor of Publlo Works, oq.ual to ton  nor oont (10%) of tho amount ot tho ten-  doiv which will bo forfoitod it tlio iiOA-  son '(-thtlnrliiK dooHuo to ontor into a  contract whou,oallod upon to do no, or  full io nomnlotu tho woilc oontraototl'for.  If Iho toudor ho iiH Wci'ivtod Iho chcqim  will ho returned.     >  Tho dopuvtniontdocB not. bind iteoU to  tccopt tho lowest cr any toudor,  By order,  R'. a. DESBOOHKH8,  Secretary.  Dcpiirtinent id Public Works,  Ottawa, July 80, 1012  JNOVfnpapui'H W������i'������ iiuii Im ���������/i.AiA.   ."������    .���������"  advertisement If thoy lnsort it without  autUoilty, from tho Doportmotit.���������26300.  XB.4  vsi  ik'i  ���������������aVj������  imi  V&i  4*4fc_  aTKT_  a\ ���������  W  m  O **j ���������������  mxm&  B  B  B  m  B  ���������a.'*/*'  ito  \m!  im)  ito  \h  \ti  \hf  w  ito  imi  B  B  tx\  Rancher! RSr. Businessman!!  Advertise pr business by having neat  Office  tmtmtmmmmNmmmmmm  mtimUmm  i * ,������Vf  -- "f ������I  mmm^MmEmrnxmBm  mm  " m*  i,t  iii-  i_Pl(EP  lclwtfi$Si_ I������t$ (Una J#B*iii@!  m pr  ���������vv^.^.^.^--s-ja-^-j^_fe_������^ay.va*i,jB-.a-^8^_-^a-j-*-������B,j-:--al -_*:���������_-  ���������s3'5;?r5:^"'*'*'^"'*''^''*'^'''^ ��������� m*7***  1ft  f  B  *f\  ���������B  B  B  B  B  m *������  ���������  B  B  B  B  M  >_M_1  ., tAt,tUUUUMHMA_f  MMMWCIIIIWiwwi,  l#������������*_'ll!!! THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,  B. V-**  ���������_ ih miir  t_riiu**t������un.  /HI tr*        '.! U i UUOTl  Mas 8j  fi/vary tennis cj ball player, every  swimmer every canoeist,, every man  ���������r woman wh'"* ic ves outdoor lire and  _x-rc-ise, <*hoii'u keep a box ol' Zam-  Buk handy.  -am-Bui"* is i purelv herbal preparation, which, aa soon as applied to  _uts bruises, burns, sprains, blisters,  p.c, sets up highly beneficial opera-  i:ms. First, its antiseptic properties  render the Wound free from all danger from tlood poisoning. Next, its  soothiTjg properties relieve and ease  the pain. Then its rich, herbal balms  '.-'.���������penetrate the tissue, and set up the  worderfu. process of healing. Barbed  ivire scratches, insect stings, skin diseases, such as eczema, heat rashes,  ring-worm babies' heat sores, chafed  'places, sore feet���������are all quickly cured  "'��������� by Zam-Buk.'. It also eases and cures  piles. All druggists and stores. Use  Zam-Buk Soap also;   35c. per tablet.  Badly Had  It isn't easy living up to a reputation  of being a wit, but Jimbins did his  best.  Meeting a friend the other morning  Le said suddenly.  I say. old feliow, have you heard  *.bout that youn*-*; lady who noUred a  1ug of: water into her itance'3 straw  5iat?  No, replied his friend,- getting ready  to bear an excellent little anecdote.  Neither have I, said Jiiskins. as he  "began to walk quickly away. It  "hasn't >eaked out yet.  T'r.cy wery decorating the parish  ���������church for a certain festival, when  tho vicar happened to come in. Seeing some tacks lying about the pnl-  t>lt. he r-Tn*"*^1-V to his dauehter. who  bad apparently been using them���������  Don't leave those tacks lying about.  "What ir I stepped on one in the middle of the sermon*>  Well, exclaimed Katie, there w-..ilci  be one -Mint, vni* u-ou'-dn't lineer on-  Bisvarct   and His Landlord  Priuce Bismaick was famous, of  corrge, foi his iron will. Austria,  Denmark. France and the German  _ ai-Hamea* all bad occasion to recognize this quality in the great statesman; so ?lso did the landlord in the  lollowing anecdote. While in Frank-  frrt, as Prussian representative in  me Ditit, Kismarck lived in the house  of a particulatly sulky and tight-  Tlsted man.  One day Bismarck asked that a bell  be put in Im room, so that he should  ;jot be obliged to shout for his ser-  v{ nt when he wanted him. The land-.  *orr< declared curtly that he would go  to no such expense���������that it was en-  tir-ly the lodger's affair.  A few days later the inmates of the  house were startled by a succession  oi pistol shots coming from Bis-  Auarck's room.  The landlord, imagining all kinds of  fearful disaster, rushed to the room  from which the .shots had come?  Trembling with fear, he threw open  -"he'door... Thcre^ tc his astonishment, he beheU. -Jistnarck, quietly  reading some par ers, with a "smoking  pistol beside him. Without iopking  up, Bismarck ...asked quietly���������  What can I do for you?  "'he quaking landlord managed to  . Lsntimer���������-  W-w-what has happened 't  Nothing? Bismarck replied, In the  same even tone. I was merely' e'all-  ���������ng my servant.  When ���������'he. returned from a walk that  aiternoon- Bismarck found that a bell  had been installed  in his room.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures Colds,  Etc.  Gohismith Was There  When the lato Franklin Fyles visited  London  he  told    his    traveling  companion   as they rose from break  ��������� IHE JEMIN BINS  The Duty of the  Hour  In previous arMcles we have fully  e-posed the true inwardness of ths  pinposed s-ample market for grain and  *he seitlsh. motives of tha Winnipeg  G.*aiu Kin/ who are seeking to force  the grain j. rower* of ths Western Provinces to accept it. The grain men  of Wiunioeg are not to be trusted; In  the past they have always sought to  secure unfair advantages at-the ex-  Vifnse of the farmers, and whea they.  Propose .to remove at one blow, all the  legal restrictions that novj* check their  rapacity by thi establishment of a  Ramp'.e- market, they must be resisted  with untiring determination and vigor.  The people of the western provinces  cannot affi.rd to sacrifice the advantages they hav*-* sained over this rjug  cf sharks after years of' determined  '���������onflict.      The    farmers    should   re-  'lSI2ll_,'fVr T_int  whAn   tV������o   a a rvi v\ 1 o vy������*a-t1>-v������>   -������������������ ��������� - --��������� t        S.-      mi x   m.x-%. ������."<-'-������-������U ������41 * ������_*       *������.������l������tJKV������.   V  is established, %V grain passes Into'the  iu>nds of the Winnipeg grain ring the  noment it is shipped, to be sold by  the grain combine for any price they,  choose tc pay. The people of thte  West win neve/ submit to such an  iujustic-..  We wlir- to again to emphasise the  fact that tne farmers of the West  have never asked for a sample mark-  ���������*������������������" and will not have it at any price.  The presPMt system of grading aud  sbipp'ng grain gives general satisfaction to the producers of the West, and  is also satisfactory to the buyers in  Great Britain. r\-anee.   Germany   and  aw_B_uMW*iiwijm_iuaaiiiwiww^^ muiiw ia i  ONE TIRED WOMAN AND ONE LITTLE OVEN  You havo probably beon thore yourself���������perhaps are right now.  *i ~ ���������  Bright women all over Canada aro getting away from this. ' They welcome MOOP-JEY'S BISCUITS as a most acceptable substitute for  thoir own bread and biscuits.  lid V^rivin m  *-_Ki-'_.->i ION  SODA BISCUITS  ���������������i'*i,a *-.,s( m.%i-_ing   that he wouldl'**e Un5t^d States  and home buyers.  ���������  other European countries as well as  -rn* -'  have to be gone niost of the day.       , _.���������.., ..      -. , .      -  . ,  I've got to see a doctor and a law-1.���������������*.e* sending his orders from Ms  ver to wl-om t have cards ot Intro- j *������_f *������?w **<i cftn bf 8UIe of *������"!_*  ductlbn. he explained, "and. there arej?,lsT **'*<��������� ** 5i*-s ordrrod. Qu the  ���������-.   r>niii?le  of-   dra.in-3-tic    critics,    here  ci-ntrary, "f he orders from a sample  amiket,  ���������������_��������� must clthtrr SCY.f S.V. SgCSt  across th������ Atlantic at great expense  (which la paid by the western farm  - I.  Misdirected  Energy  Short of breath   a_d angry withal,  ?he  motor'st  emerged  from   beneath  ���������his car, and the helpful friend? who  ~.-?as presiding over the eil-eanj beatn-  ��������� upon him.  J've just oiled the cylinder, Shirley.  | *otd man, remarked the helpful friend  [ "with hug? satisfaction, and a grin, of  '      V>Tr������-2?*,������r*-������*-      I"**"*.      *h4<.      4-/\,A������At'0,niA--������4^A������  The  motorist  became  angrier  and  ^j_\,nm.fAm    st^ll     nf    -*-.*-������vrt xy. TT.q    l^r.r-H  went to his head,_and he grew red  with   vexation.       For  a  moment he,  ���������hattled with his temper. I  Good heavens? he gurgled eventual-1  ly, that wasn't"the cylinder!      It was  my ear j'ou were oiling!  are the crispest. creamiest crackers made.   Better still, they  axe baked in Winnipeg ; right at your very door**      They  come to you fresh as the prodi  You can have them in  or sealed tins as you  who've   written   me   to  call   as  soon  as I reached town.      Then I'm going  %������S- ^aSrons-rd' ���������^-^.ii������   ^   or ���������������������  ������������*   trust  the Winnipeg  ���������&_P_VJSS thiii S^Jl-SlSd    ������-������������ Sarka ^^,^111 charge him a  *  4-Tz:* _i._.:a-_  ..t- -������������������.-���������  >i.    ta..i-.������ I s-ood   fat  commission   for buying for  X^^TI^ w "VZm^'mZrXn 1Ii:��������� on the sanipt*- market twhich com  walked into the bote* again, and tot    ,    , .      . \      .        .  bJs fritnd's surprised    look,    merely  4.4&~.A .  Doctor and lawyer  and critics  all  oat.      Only man at home was Oliver.  paid    by    the  j present  I.U11C    A.*AA     UIO   ���������        Many mothers have Teason to bless  "���������other  Graves'   Worm  w\t."-,r,"np.'r**"  because it ha-? relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  A pompous pouiiciau,  way  out  to  take over  the  go  fhip o* one of ont- colonies,, was approached on the promenade deck by  an innocent-lookmg   fellow-passenger.j  -,������? o. raising his bat. humbly inquired:  Would you mind teiiing me, w_at.+  K.C-.M.G   mea-cs at the end of your  name? sir*      It has  puzzled  one  or  two of us.  Knight Commander of St. MichpAel  and St C.eorg-*, of course, said the  pompous one. as he inflated his chest  nission must alsc be  \a *j5terr������   fa?TFi*������T $)  In a rorent report of J. T. Lith-  gow, Canndian Trade Commissioner in  Germany, he shows the value of the  ,-ading system alike to .the  iitt iiio | western Canadian fanuer and "the  '^f11?!*! German grain buyer. "He says:���������  Canadiaa wheat takes a very high  place in the estimation of Germau importers and mihers, and the large  Hatttbur;? :mporters express the great-  f-sf satisf*ioiion al the grading and at  t_e condition of the wheat on arrival.  There is e probability that this year  the demand for Canadian wheat will  oe greatly increased." The establishment of a --"ample market would great-  DO   iT  ^HI !��������� ItmP^  X^mmW  A Horse Cigar  A happy thought of the Parisian  Ijeague foT the Protection of Horaes  "is the humane cigar. The league  ii.is created a certain brand of cigar  said to b.e a very good one. This  cigar Is called the- "caballos" (Spanish  ���������for "horses"), and is decorated with  a horse's hea*-! In white, and the inscription "Be kind to animals." When  4i cab driver is seen to be good to his  Jiorsc, he is presented with one of  'these cigars occasionally by the  A_ent.s of the society, and when he  is able to bring ten of the bands he  ���������receives a pipe cut ln the shape of  a horse's head. As the cigars are  tcod they are welcome to the men.  Nrturally there Ih no assurance that  ^e cab driver who receives the cigar  'will always be kind to the horses, but  the Impulfe is given and the cause of  ���������gentleness helped.  Horse cabs uru a rarity    in    New  "York nowadays, but. the caballos cigar  ��������� -.night   make   a  favorable   Impression  'among our truck drivers.���������New York  Mull.  OOOTOBS ADVISE  ~-*Jc,-.'i-  .I-"**"   *v,5*-   nppp?39!is  man baiiaa b iv3������*������  ���������y injure this prospective trade, if not  Oh.-saH the innocent. 1 thought jt; entirely destrov it by abolishing the  meant  "Kindly  Call  Me  Governor."   ', present  standard  grades. -   It  would  , j be folly not to foster the German mark-  We'lrear much of compromise now- j et. for wheat, particularly in -view- of  adays, said a politician recently, and; >.he great crop that will be harvested  it is sometimes a good thing.       He j this fall.  knew a young man who got married       We wish  about h year ago, and he and his wife  were constantly aiguing as to whether  they should buy two cycles or an up-  to-dat? motor-cycle. Meeting him  one day, he said���������  My wife aud I wrangled for  r.icnths, but thank goodness we've  compromised at last.  What have you compromised on?  A baby carriage, he proudly answered.  H  Saved by Lyd\a E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  i^"IIS  Mm  WS)ti&%  Swartbmore, Penn. ��������� " For fifteen  years I suffered untold agony, and for  one period of neorly  two years i had hemorrhages and tho  doctors told me I  would havo to undergo an operation,  but, I began taking  Lydia E. Pinkham's  , Vegetable Com-  ffiffl pound and am in  ���������������������*} good health now. I  em all over the  Chance of Lifo and  cannot, praise yourV<*'**innblo Compound  too highly. E very worn an nhould taki'itnt  that time. I rccommi-nd it to both old  and younff tor female troubles."--Mrs.  EMJr.Y StJMMF.rwcir.T., Swartlimorn, Ph.  Canadian Womim'i) Kxperience:  Fcrt William , Ont ���������"I feel mi if I  ������������������fonlil not ti������ll oth������-r������ ''noup-h about tho  -.'oivj   ?,*"!in    V..   I'lnkhum's  Got the   Evidence   Upstairs  An Indian judge, when first appointed to his position, was not well  acquainted wit> Hindustani. He  was. trying a case In which a Hindu  was charged with stealing a nilghal.  The judgo did not like to betray his  Ignorance of what a niglhai was, so  Ae said���������  Produce th*-* stolen property.  The court was held In an upper  room, so the usher gasped���������  Pleatse, your lordship, it's downstairs.  Then bring It up Instantly! sternly  ordered   the  judge.  Tho official departed, and a minute  biter a loud bumping was heard, mingled with loud and earnest exhorta-  .'.on8. Nearer camo tho nolso. the  door was pushed open, and tho panting official appeared dragging in the  blue bull.  The judge was dumbfounded, but  only for nn Instant.  Ab! That wil1 do, said he. It Is  ; lways hei-t, when possible, for the  judge personally to inspect the stolen  property. Remove tho stolen pro-  certy, usher.  again to emphasize the  necessity  of  quick  transit  from  the  faimers market to the lake ports. The  ������������������a'lway companies are making every  endeavor to be ready to handle the  immense crop that will be harvested  next fall     La3t April the C.P.R. ordered for    immediate    delivery    two  hundred and .fitly locomotives of the  largest type and twelve thousand forty-ton freight cars in addition to the  engines  and  cars being built at the  shops in Montreal. The Grand Trunk  Pacific and the    Canadian    Northern  Railways have also ordered hundreds  of   locomotives     and   thousands   of  freight cars.      But all these additions  v/'ll scfircrdy suffice to move the crop  ou  time, .particularly  when  we  con-  wider tha*-. aftor  the close of navigation on the Lakes there will only be  a single line of lailway from Port WU-  ''am to Montreal to convey the grain  b.ft at the head of the lakes and In  country elevators.      In the face    of  these    facts    the    grain    sharks    in  Winnipeg f.nd the   Big   Interests   at  their  back,   with   monumental   Impudence  and  selfishness  want to  hold  up for twerty.four hours In Winnipeg  every car load o* wheat grown in the  western provinces, thus putting hundreds of e?.rs dally out of commission.  The marketing of grain and all kindred matters arc wholly within the  province of the farmers, and no steps  should bo taken in such matters without consulting thorn. They are the  best judges of what is to their Interests, and they universally resent  ti*o attompt of tho solflsh grain dealers to saddle lhei,i with a system that  would take from them the safeguards  which they now possess.  i-teady to    Oblige  The lady of decided notions and political leanings went to consult her  solicitor.  Good mornin_ Mrs. Tawk������r, said  the man of law This is a real pleasure! Take +his easy chair. Let  mc lower the window-blind to keep  th-. sun out of your eyes. Will you  have a footstool? Do you feel the  ������������������raught from that window?  The woman of decided, etc., eyed  h'm coldly. -  One moment, .please,- she commanded -sternly. When I come tbY you  I Want to talk'."'business? with you  as man to man Treat me like you  would a njahY  The jawyer-sank into his chair, and  put his feet on the table. - '���������  Righto1 he said breezily. Will  you have a cigar. Polly?  n-tw^ni  IVImard- Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen ���������I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on roy vessel and In my  fa.mily for years, and for the every  day Ills and accidents of life I consider it haB np' equal.  I-would not start on a voyage without It, if li cos'- a dollar a bottle.  CAPT. P. R. DESJARDIN,  fc-ehr. "Slcrke," St. Andro, Kamouras-  ka.  jL^mx   mWL     ___  _______iirir  ������.���������������������A     \m.m.m.     \x4,mm\m      4.4V  d3v6  msu.������   unuio   ���������������.������.  "I have a mofiey-saving invention���������--  handy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them-about  each year.   You  V-,��������� ��������� 4A    X_\  T._.  uarvc&f. uiuo.   jlu  spring you scatter?,  small straw stacks 4  ���������no burning of  straw."  "These granaries come in compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  one together in a few hours.. Four  padlocks protect the grain. Separator  delivery into a spout on the side or  into roof manhole���������saves work dur- .  ing threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves.   VfSell  U when you are ready loading direct    H-da<i^. sh.w.howWwt6  from the granary into your wagon,    bwii^n. ���������������*���������������������������wMi������d.olW   __��������� __._:__.      T*r_   __ ___i_A      potMMtahowaanontforhaBiJ  Oiling as ���������ttaehad to Oranurr."  m HIL  My lSO-biuhal Oranary, ���������how-  tug; door.  Alao without deor.  Mm.  ;mmMM  Served  Him Right  He crlticlzod lur puddings and found  fnult with hftr cake,  He whined she rl mako Buch biscuits  as his' mother used to make  She didn't wash tho dishes, and she  didn't mako -- stew ���������  Nor ������vi.n mewl his stockings, as his  mother used   to do.  Ills mother had six children,, but by  night, her work was done,  ills  wWo  was  filwuya  drudging,  and  yet hurt only one,  ills mother nhvavi  wiih woll dressed,  bin   wife   could   be   so,   too,  If   Hho   would   only   manage,   as   his  niol.li.ir used tu do.  vi'f'i'uitiln 1 mi.  we'll,    him    w.isn't    perfect,    but  An OU for All Men.���������Tho sailor, the  h'lldlor, tho flshorman, tho lumberman,  tho out-door laboro- and all who aro  exposed to Injury and tho olomonts  will find In Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  a true and faithful frlond. To oaso  pn!n, relievo colds, dross wounds, HUb-  ilno lumbago aud ovorcomo rhouma-  t'.biu, 11. Iiuh no equal. Therefore, It  should havo a placo in all homo mod-  telnoa and thoso taken on a journoy.  Imperial  rusVsis,  Pull Measure  Guar a_ teed.  or bagging it. jno muBty or ueaiea  grain. _ Get my granary and be independent of elevators for selling.  Sell at the highest price, no matter  how. long you atore your grain.  The Pedlar Granary protects you."  *&%  "���������Write me for my booklet. It shows bow profitable my  Granary is even on ������. sinete quarter-section farm. Use  it for 1912.    The Book Tells of Big Money for Vou."  Lucid Explanation  A foreigner on a London tram-car,  not satisfied with the rate of progress  said to the conductor���������  Pardon*-**, m'slour, but zee car���������he  run so" slow, and why, If you pleaze?  Bos it not so?  Yes, replied tne conductor, we can't  help it, though. You see the car  ahead is Vohind.  x,rTh,������, ������orolSnf'i! eye-J opened    wide., D|rect inquiry to the Pedlar pla o*  neareet you  Would you mind  saying him again? ' 1. x,    -_J   ������_..-. .,���������.. *i^_  you  promptly and    nave you time  The Pedlar Granary' Is Are-proof.   Think what that means!  The FEBLAR FEGFLE Limited  Write to* Booklot No.OS OSHAWA, OMT..  WINNIPEO   OAX.GABT  EDMONTON  76 Lombard SI.    Crown Block       KCSSrd8t.W.  8A0-KATOON    "   MO0BE JAW fXTHBHTOOE  Drawer UNA ������are Whltlock X UuUtt       wm KUth St. 8. ,  Compound has done for me. I wm weak j  uml tired and I could not rft-tnii'ltt-H, A  fni-nd recommended your Compound and  I aoo'n gained health and strength and  could not wish to sleep better. I know  other women who have taken it for the  irj-ijvii* purpose and they join m*- in pr������iin-  |n,������ir."���������Mr������. Wm. A. Ruvpv.'WI South  Vickar Street. Fort Witliama, OnUriu.  Siii.-������ wi-  i>,i..r..iitA ii that all l.*-r.t:r:;o-  -jji.i.l.'* which w������rpiiblish am Kenuiin-, in it  '.-���������*��������� fidr t/j Bupnotiu Uiacif Lydiu 11. I'iuk-  7i-n..'u Ven^tablo Compound hni td- virtue to help these, women it will Mp any  ���������Dilier-woman v.ho l������ aufluriitK in .1 lil.u  ���������Jit v������������ w������m# ������m<A4-lfil Hffirlr*' write in  X_ Oli K. IHiibhain Medicine Co. (rimll-  MiMiUali I.yiui, uiamiix   Your Irtirr vrlll  b+ -.pencil, read ami aii'iwi'rr'il   by a  MOUIlVU   Mllll    iivli*    I>4     iitt'li't   i,.'������tltl'l<--ll'l"A>.  ~vi~, ii* u. on  i'liii M-lei*. to a-.j her host,  l.'r'tll ai li ngth s^lie thought, hor time  hud conm to lake a rost;  And  ho one day. when ho tho  snmo  ������ hi hririingu - went through, ���������  <-) c ninie.! uml boxed his ears, nn his  ninth:*'-   lined   lo   do.  She Wanted to Know  One of ihe "Hoeing London," hrak������-H  eetiiluctor win pointing out the vnr-  '���������wv .���������ih'rci't of hit."-rcut nn lhe way.  On lb lift. ln> yelled through hl������  megiiplititii. we have Ajmley limine,  Un- l.oiilen limine ������������f Hie DilUe of  ���������I'   in , t'lw.   tuiiuhIoii   M'tlll    (il'  I nw( r-lievcii   In  Charles tho XI1 of Sweden had an  old-l'*iiHliloiii'd way of having food  "ot'kod wUhou'. coal or gnu, Tho  fowl was larded, triiHSod as If for  rousting ".nd stuffod with buttor. "A  Ij'ccc of hot i>toe!, not rod hot, w.13  insortod inLo ilu holly. U was Hum  Kh������t up In a tin box, which wns  wrapped In a woolon cloth und uLrup-  ped on a Holdlcr'fl back. In a few  noui's, when tho march enmo to an  ord It was found 'aulllclontly cooked.  Tho Tartars woro not so fastltltouH  'll-ey cooked the.l" moat while gnllop.  ���������<"*g on horseback by lining it, nn a  middle.      This wan a much Iohh ox-  pinnlvn    iniithod    tllilll    that   piuvldi'il  ./>'     I.lii;     iiluii;...-.     i.uui. i;i     Ul     Um],i>,  as asked apologetically.  I say, roplied tho conductor, louder than before, that tho car ahead is  behind.      See?  Tho foreigner returned to his seat  Zoo car-r-r ahead ho oes behind. Most  wonderful!        MoBt   astonishing   oos  this country!      I do not understand  but somo day perhaps I will.  ������"���������   - *���������' -  Mrs. Snappom (who has boon euf-  i< ring from toothache): Thank goodness, I'vo had that tooth out at last!  Mr. Snappom���������Happy tooth!  Mrs. Snappom���������What do you mean?  Mr. Sntippom���������It's out of roach of  your  tongue.  They will    answer  Maglstrnto���������Aio you awaro of mlt-  igallng circumstances In your oaso?  Criminal���������Yes, your worship; this  Is the fiftieth time I have boen arrested for vagrancy, and 1 thought that  poihapo wo might get up a Uttlo  jublloo.  Mlnard'n   Liniment  Cures  Garget   In  Cows  Benovolent .Party���������Don't you think  fishing is a. very cruel .sport? *  Angier���������Oruol? Woll I nhould say  ���������so. I'vo sat horo throo days and not  hr-d, a bite, boon nearly oaten up by  iinatfl and stung by two wasps, lost  my pocket knlfo In tho rlvor and tho  "un hn.������ tniron nit tno nn-in nu t.hn haeir  *if my nock.  Tho Dog In Politics  An Italian paper has boon collecting  Instances whore dogs woro usod to Influence politics or oxpreBB tho polltl*  onl footings of their owners. Wo  are told that in 1804, whon bilingual  (caching was ImpoHod on Istrla, dogs  woro palntort black in Blgn of mourning; ln 18()7 a ojundldttto for tho town  counolllorflhlp of Milan decorated hla  Newfoundland with a scroll Inscribed,  "Voto for tho Socialist." Tho following yoar this was Imitated ln London, whore nutnhors of dogs woro  mantles on which waa written, Voto  far Chamberlain, or Voto for tho So*  clallfli*..      lt in ulso mild that in 1002  A professor ono day objected to a  candidate for graduation (who wan a  uatlvo of Coy Ion) on tho ground of;  lalco spoiling.  Why, ho said, ho actually spolt ox-  "nf.   wlVHin'-nnrtlilntii'i, 0imn^������J O"    tllO >D00pklCI)l    Of    the    nOWB.thUt  Oh, replied tho candidate n supporter   the Door Wa������v ^ftB ondod> tho otroct(V  ycu should romembor that ho camo  from .tho land of tho Clngal-osol  Tho Joke saved tho candidate.  He wiih tho 1'ii.ppy father of it very  pretty and brlgh*. little girl of twelve  Mud.   !',).<*   nalii   to   him,   one   evening,  ���������vhlle he wiih vending tho paper, oveiy  I he*   town    hoime   of I uku'iiiiih when l go 10 iiuuooi hid imyu  1      1   i    \    1 .     ,. ... >  1.1,,.., ...  ���������.nunI*   l.iinl     I oplutmeii,   mm   01   mu  i.-roaioHi   bmdod   proprietors.  Tlie young Amerlciin girl    on    the  Mi'iit U'-;ir .-.'lutchod hi.'i nrrti oyr;|ti-dly.  Oh,  Kiiy,  ulio KurKleil   thioiigh   her  noiio, do tcll���������wUp iv an U landed him?  ;^__n___2|  Uul, I'.tl'.el, ho said, why doii'i, you  run away  from them'.*'  \V'"!I,   il'nl,   If  !   did,   pcrlifipn  they  ACIllllll'l   CbllHM   11^1*. ���������  Ho wcul on roadlnKi;     "  When people who write for fmihlon  publications, says a'  Vienna    lottor,  havo nothing moro to say about quoer  ulii.ped hats,   giotosquo   sklrta   and  othor    equally    important    mattors,  hoy UU us thai, black lu going out  and whlto is to bo tho mourning col-  a*���������if white may bo ho termed. This  lai'hlcn news Hum may ho looked for  st'vorol times a your, but blnolc, pom-  bv   bhtcl**.   vMM   fn'dtitjilnn   It1'   plee'v  Ihe band ou Um    iilcwvu   Iiuh    dono  nn*nb   to  uavo   money   for  thoso  who  ntlll whih tn wear a badgo of rotJurn-  lng, but tho Hloovo band will novor  aio   while.      The  gruatur  display  ot  mournlm? in mn-d' with ntntlnnorv, tbo  111'/o ot'tho carrih and tho doplh of tho J  min, 11      iiiniioiii      utumuiiiiK -���������   w 11111.j  'Uioro will ho real mourning among  'ho utiitlomirn when ono i.my uii-  rcunco tho de.itv of a beloved ono  or tolI cf Mh good quulliluu on .paper  fV.'iicli 1������ puro whlto.  wero onllvonod by tho apparition of  dogs woarlng tho Union .Tack and  others drunk with whisky. Hqw tho  iiiiltivii of tho tlpnlo was determined  by tho Italian oi.-hervero la not iHntcd.  'CLEAN-HANDS  msimL  hoViWAu.' ..mm  1Bo ������ Tin. ,  tkim. Utttitw fo.>I *������������������ m Kb m ntioap f aalUllna  ������������A1' u .mm Olijul "-Al. and jiiu'X U4VM0  OLItANBlU   WUi ������*moy������ i(r������aM ami aUlwi  ���������CallldiMta* j .������������������������������������������  ���������  }������������������*  -������  ������  I  i  llll  I  |[wiw,iIi.ii������.i.iwii.iiiiiIiIi,iii.i,.iIIi,wwmw.  9sn___s_9U  ,_f.4_H IfclillllWlthlwUlW  mmm  riffaliilrtiiiiii'iiMaiiiiiliiii  mmmmmmmmm WINSTON       CHURCHILL ,    CRITICIZED 3Y LOR?D;_ERESFQP.D'  Churchill's , Administration is Declared t ��������� be a* Failure���������That the  Only Navr.l Alliance Should be with  the Overseas, Dominions, id the  Opinion of, Beresford.  London,    B-cfrlp.na.���������Lord    Charles  Eeresford   -ripeakiug at Evesham  re  Prof*. Shortt Et-listc Co-operation of  Western Provinces Save Alberta  Victoria? B.C. ��������� Professor Adam  Shortt, who ii touring the West as  (.ommlssloner for the Dominion, government, was successful in enlisting  tne hesrf** CQ-or,crs.tiQxi of the British  colUmbla  government hi the  project  TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA GROWS  Statement for 1911 Shows Increase of'  300,000���������Balance in  Favor of  J         Dominion  Ottawa.���������In - view ofT.the*" negotiations for "closer trade relations with  A������stralla which are In progress, the  utatement of ihe trade between Cau-  W-^Wde'a vnftorml^" oT'st^tTstics I ^ ������* ������" Commonwealth for 1911  iX every branch of Canadian develop-1 ^l^^^^.^SZ!!^.1 ���������  i/ie-i***  The  object  or the  commission, of  lepartment of tiade and commerce, is  of considerable interest. The total  trade between the two countries for  H. B.RAEWAY TENDERS  ^     Y J   TENDERS  FOR  CONSTRUCTION  TO BE LET AT ONCE  Oddfellows oathhring  Sovereign   Grand1 Lodge  to   Meet   Ir  Winnipeg en Sept.  14  Winnipeg,���������Western   Canada    will !  be honored  th's year by having the (  ,_������g_������3i  IMESUNMY? SCHOOL  LESSON     VH.��������� THIRD     QUARTER;  FOR  AUG.   18,   1912  , ti.    Z a _ a.   Sovereign    Grans*.    Lodge.    l.O.O.F. iT.xt    f th    ,,������.,.   Mt.���������t,    w ti0.   .  ik Cochrane Announces that I m..et in  Winnipeg,  during the week |     .,   ot the LessP"* Mat,k;   v,    21-43  tract for the Building of the j of Septemb---* litu.    This will be th- .     Memory   ^erees,.   41,. ^42~Go!de������  centiy"had 'many"unkind "things   to j *.*hich-Richard Grigs   is    tbo    other , showed   an   increase  over   1-H0  say of Winston Churchill, whom -he   comber    is   to   obtain  complete   re-,   4 J/f���������" JrefeSeThr>,',"  -.       -    a   . .       .     -       4,-     x -_-*;.���������,. I rv>r#i<-.   nf   rn*rtr7*?r>t*������-,Ti    and    riintHhlitinn I ������-   "J   'e"s   la.a.n   v������v<..v������''. I ������-   -a'A-HLe  characteri**������d at, the most eccentric  Individual -who had >ever beeii. en-  ���������t rusted wi'h the naval executive.   >  He has rccupied the position eight  months;and proved a miserable failure.  He speaks of looking at things with  a motion eye, but the' first aiecessity  ls to see ftraight.  With unaccountable Insolence,  W'nston Churchill took charge of tho  "���������"cc^nt Sp'/head naval review, which  resulted in chnntle disorganization.  ���������^he Gormai menace was in his  opinion so serious that to withdraw  the whole fleet to protect the heart  of the E-iiyJre, would mean leaving  one armoured cruiser only responsible^ for the Mediterranean.  We cannot present a fight, added  uord Chanes, and shaii not be ready  ior some time to come.  Vigorous'y opposing a naval alliance with a foreign country, he  urged' that the Empire defend its own  with'its own ships only, ant} that the  ,_iliance we should desire is the one  * with the overseas Dominions*, He  concluded that he did not 'fear invasion but starvation. He would  always hav, granaries In the country  with three or four points for the stor-  nnrn     *>x$     Pf\r\r*  XX^XZ   _\*X    ,X\*Xf\X  We have reduced our fleet, we have  reduced our army, while other nations are forging ahead by leaps and  bounds. x say stop fooling the yec-  p!& and tell them the truth.  cords of production and distribution  ard points of origin, the destination  of, commodities, their volume, value  nnd points of origin, the destination  <.������ imports and exports and the cost  of transportation.  Special attention will be paid to  the statistics of iiiterprovinclal trade.  Prof.  Shortt has  new  secured  the  of trade was overwhelmingly in favor  01 Canada        The Australian imports j tk-.n  firm Canada airount to $844,235, anG  tht Australian exports to, Canada  $118,284. Agricultmal implements  wero the largcs single Item under  Lhe heading of ^imports. Canada shipped     to     Australia    over    $1,000,000  Hon. Frank  the Cont  H.B. Road to Tidewater will be  Let in September, snd work wi!! !  be Proceeded with this Fall  \Vinnipp_ ���������Tenders are to be let  nt once for the building of the Hud-  =:.-n Bay Railroad to Tidewater. The  contract will be let in September and  the work wi*l be rushed to ccmple-  Annouiicement tp  this  effect  ^l  S?R"ISi  co operation   of   tho   Manitoba,     Gas- i ,vorth of machinery, nearly $3,000,000  katchewan and British Columbia gov-! vorth   of   canned   fish   was   sent   to  ernments and or his way back, he  will visit Edmonton and interview  Premier Siuou on Alberta's attitude.  Mr. Grig������> J;* engaged In Interviewing the prr-vinciai governments in the  Rast and the commission will report  ile.o. E,. Poster, during September  ���������tiid will nutlin" an elaborate scheme  o������ collecting statistics.  CANADA AND PRIVY COUNCIL  LABOR   TROUBLES   IN   MINES  Labor uepartment. ef Dornin'oh Government to Appoint Board of  i nVcstigtaiiuii  Ottawa ���������Difficulties have arisen  between the management of several  nunes'at South Porcupine and their  men 'and th-0 labor department has  been asked and has consented to establish a boar-} of investigation. The  mines concerned are the Porcupine,  Mclntyre, Jupiter, Plenaurum and Mc-  Euany companies. In" the case of  the MoEnany Companv forty men  arc directly affected and that of the  others 225, although-a " much larger  Siumbe? of persons Is indirectly affected.      The^n-fn claim that wages  Canada  Should   Have   Representative!  Fueling, .n England  SL .John, N.B ���������That there should  bt & Canudiau representative on the  ptivy council is the feeling In England, says W II. Trueman, barrister  of Winnipeg, whj arrived in St. John  a.fter arguing a ca������-e on the other side.  It is pl_nned, Mr. Trueman- added.  10 change'the constitution of the Judicial committee to have a Canadian  added to .��������� membership and Lord  Haldane is sounding prominent Canadians, to ascertain their views as to  what step*"- can be taken to make the  *~>UAAAAAlll>V,7t;        <A.l'*^-jyA������X-l"10        XKJ       \_/CI>���������CtUltA-AJS  and "to overcome any disposition to  abolish Canadian appeals to the committee.  _���������������-        ������ l-IIC;      -.CH  Australia, which was a decrease of  over $150 000 in 1910. Printing paper  to the value of over $600,000 was  shipped to Australia from Canada, an  item also showing a decrease. There  v;ad a bi^ increase in timber' shipments, th'.- totil amount for 1911 being over *Rfi()0,o.'li>. Th^ie is a growing 'trade in motors to Australia, the  total livst year oeing' some $300,000.  Ine other principal exports to Austra-  l*a included liquor^, boots and shor.s,  metal manufacturers, apples and bicycles .  The bulk of imports of Canada  from Australia aie comprised in the  items of frozen muttpn, - lamb and  rtther mests, with hides and skins.  Butter declined 1-y $68,000, caused by  higher prices ruling in Australia and  through New Zealand enjoying a preference of one cent, per pound. In  vegetable products. Victorian onions  were responsible for over 520,000.  The wheat crop of the Commonwealth showed a decrease for the  ���������season of 1911 of 22,556,3.45 bushels,  as compared with the present season. The surplus available for export is estimated at 44.000.-000 hush-  els, of which prooably 21,000.000 bushels has already been shipped.  was made by Hon. Pr^-hk Cochrane  -it .Winnipeg.  The minister'of railways said that  The object in culling for tenders now  w^is to seoure active construction  ���������vhich opens this fall and .winter.  I am leaving for the Bay Saturday  morning,  said   Mr.  Cochrane.       The  tnird .occasion since the institution  if this g'eat legislative body that  the meetings have been held under  li-������e Union Jack.* In 18S5 aiid 1905,  the sessions took place in Toronto.  This, gathering is ���������* adi_iliV'.*J-y the  largest convention held-iu the wcrld  when representatives and visitors  from every State in the Union and  every Province ih the- Dominion and  from over the Seas meet, legislation  affecting over 2.000,000 men find women being discussed.  The Winnipeg CJpmmitt-e have been  at work for nearly two years preparing and at the present time the  *inishln_ touches for the monster  gathering .entertainment    are    being  exact date at which I will get back I added.       The    railroads    have    ante Eastern   Canada cannot  be  deter- { nounced an excertionally low rate of  OTTAWA   TYPHOID   EPIDEMIC  _h.yq  been  . iifi   ������-_,,ir������j,_-  panies contend that their proposed  schedule of wages is identical with  that of the Dome and Hollinger mines  the large producers of the district,  and that hitherlc they have been  working under, pressure and paying (  for development work. The companies originally intended to put the  new schedule in'.o force August 1, but  "as a result of communications from  tne department of lahor they have  pdstnoned the date of the' schedule  going,Into effect, till September 1,  thereby giving the board of investigation time to operate.,  Krupp Co. Generous  Essen. Germany.���������In honor of the  centenary of tha great Krupp works  at Essen, the company has donated  $3,6,00,000 to be distributed as gratuities to the 65,000 workmen as -well  :������* funds for civilians of Essen and  for the army anc. navy.'  Dr.   Sydow   tht Prussian minister  of commerce, wnt. is here to attend  the celebration announced today'that  a. largo number of orders  would  be  conferred on Krupp employees by*the  eiuperor   who   will   arrive   tomorrow  for the chief celebration.   ���������'������������������'-������������������  Empress of Britain Sails  Quebec.���������Tb'.i.YEmpress  of  Britain  1 rwi Balled fbr Rnglan*' with her cargo and complete crew.      The report  that many of the crew would hot go.  '.tearing that  the.ship was ������not,.sea������  lyorthy,, proved to be quite false, for  ii������r full ci'iaiV left Quebec" bh\ tlife Era-  ���������; pyifBB. ;��������� -.   ���������',' ,:- . :, I  ��������� nam-* ������������������ihi-ie-bm. miw i������hiii,iih*iih  SpoHriv^omAn t6 Marry Marquis ���������,,,    !  "London.���������;An   iiiteriiaUonal  engage-'  :  ment of International Interest Is announced���������-that of Miss Nina Martinez  ;   de Ho'z'to the Marqiils of'Salamanca,  '���������'. eon of the Countes& de Los Li-mos, In  waiting on Queen Ena of Spain?  Miss de Hos? is "tengliBh born and a  great favorite iu English sporting clr-  clofl, whore hei' beauty and grace attract  general   admiration.      She" Ib  , rather tall and dark with exceptionally -handsome oyos, ln which sho ve-  i*emblo������ hor father, Senor Don Miguel  Martinoss de Hoss, who la a vei*y dls-  tlngulnhed looking man. Sho also  roBombles him in that she is im ox*  . port horsewoman and ,1a novor Imp-,  iplor- than wheii driving hor father's  well known horlio coach.  ' Sonar do Hoz Ib enormously  .��������� wealthy, deriving a largo Income from  hit* oxtonalvo Argentina oatatoe. whoro  hobrecdii pudi-Aiuo Uorwois. Ho has  ' d**no much towhrdo Improving the  tttaiulnjrd ot South American cattle  and'has won hundreds of prlMH, be-  nldos carrying off many of the oovot-  od. tioplilofl on the English turf with  norrcn bred on l*'n own c^.tat^n, nv  dftod oil tho hoi sob ln hla Wngllsh  otud come from hi'"- South Amerleun  ntqolc farm.  Food Condomned In Edmonton  Edmonton.���������Nearly twonty tons of  foodatuffn woro cone] em nod In this  ������!ly In July according to tho ropott  of the food Inspector of tho Health  i)pp������irtnu*iit.  All     KilMIH    IM*     lUIMlH     Willi J    IDIIIIli     t J1J-  llt for conHumptlnn, but. greateiit  quantities that wuro condemned w������.-ro  vegotubloH and ounned goods.  Aorlcultuml Special In Alberta  liiilJUUULUll,���������A-AilCOIUlUlij    IO      ml      .111-  ��������� ���������>->���������������. <" ****ni%t    f\t    ILn    fAnnill.n    I������rt4������lfl4������  Hallway an agricultural special train  ahrtlar to that which recently completed a trip through Manitoba, will  Debate Says  France and  Russia  Depend on English Fleet fn Event  of War  Paris.���������The5** newspaper Debate  sr.ys or M. Poincare's visit to Russia, that, by extending the Russo-  French military convention of 1892 to  The navies of the two countries, Russia and Prance are seeking to prevent a continental coalition wresting  ih< mastery of the seas from Britain  as it is on this that the efficiency of  Britain's id to her continental allies  Copends in tlms cl war. The Vienna Reiehpost says that the proposed  rtusso-Prench convention refers the  Mack Sea fleet io eventual action in  ���������"���������ne eastern Mediterranean. Britain  ���������-npearsj to be reconciled to the fact  that other powers* have established a  lank at Suez. It this is so Austria  must have a naval base in the Aegean  Sea-  Pariiament   -wiii   Likely   Pass   a   Bill  Dealing With Pollution of Lakes  and Rivers  Ottawa���������With the occurrence of a  typhoid epidemic it Is likely that this  coming session of parliament will  pa?������8 a bill dealing with the pollution  of lakes and rivers.  - Last session bills seeking to prevent by law th-> pollution of waters  were introduced in the Senate and  Commons respectively, by Senator  Beleoar-; and G. H. Bradbury, of Selkirk, but an opportunity was not pre-  mined but it wiU be early in Septem  her,. If T should wait until my re  turn from the Bay to call for tenders  -tv*"*-!    fl-Afi    rr'*������r/%   *-.    n- *-��������������������� +V������   ���������?<-���������>���������   -rV*A   -jiotiit*vics  ��������� I-*.-Ik*      l< 4. a *_._������.     a.   J,   *   w        4i     AAAvs*-*. -A.X*     *-\S *        t/**-*-^     1. i^ajM-. l������-m  t"> come in the contracts would be lat  very. late in tho year. The contractors can go to work on the proves which wiii be available here and  can submit figures on both routes to  the bay Whr.i I return a decision  will be i-earhed with reference' to the  loute and the contracts will be let in  ar-cordance with this decision. It  teems an umr5u*i! manner in which  to proceed but it. is essential that  iction *of i-his kind should be taken.  It is tlie object of the government to  bu-'ld and complete the line at the  earliest possible moment and for this  re���������on I am making the arrangement  that the contract may be let soon  ifter my return to Ottawa. The  tenders for the building of the dump  all the wav to the Bay will be called  immediatelv.  smgle fare plus 25c. (convention  plan) for .he round trip. The going  dates being September 7���������12 rtturn  limit October 31st. From    points  within a radius of 200 miles special  excursion rate? will be e^^ctb'e a_d  trains wil' be run to Winnipeg for  the Parade Day, Septemler 18. This  parade will move through the city  via Broadway, Main to Digf-Ius. Hig-  gins to Portage, to Kennedy street  j.be Committee es  stiength cf from  BEST   RESULTS   FROM   SOIL  aeries of Demorstrations to be Carried on by Dominion Government  Ottawa.���������With the object of demonstrating to the farmers of the uomin-  ion the most economical manner of  getting t^ie best results from the soil  the commission of conservation, has  chosen a number of farms throughout  the vari*-*utp provinces for illustration  purposes. The commission has 'n  each case chosen farms whose owners agree to be guided by the agricultural experts provided. These  expert.; arc F. C. Munick, tbe commission's agricultural expert, and  .'���������qhn PIxter. formerly a farm superintendent of McDonald College. The  id-rms for . demonstration purposes  hare already been chosen in the eas't-  m.. provinces and both Mr.. Munick  ��������� anl Mr.'Flxte-* are now ln the west  arranging for farms for similar purposes In. the prairie provinces. In  Ontario there nre eight farms, in  Quebec, six and in New Brunswick,  Pince Edward Island and Nova Scotia three each.  Germany's Fastest Cruiser  Dantzig, Germany.���������The German  cruiser Goeben, which was launched  at Hamburg last year has undergone  a speed trial o.er a measured mile  and is reported to have developed a  speed of ?2 knots.  At her previous trial iu MaV she  went 30 knots. She is the fastest  ship in the German navy.  t\i~   i\ji-._i,aa-  ������,������-  -ri.-t  . . l?       *>*et.   4^A.k       AAA. .   ..������������������  Chatham, Ont ���������According to reports that have reached this city  much discontent exists among British farmers settled upon the intensified farming lands in Tilbury last  spring.  The settlers claim that promises of  tne land company that a co-operative  organization would be formed - for  handling vegetables and fruit have  been unfl-ied and, although they have  railway facilitieo for shipping there  is no available market for their produce ._  As  a  result  they  have  been  compelled to sell nt low prices.      Some  farmers   threaten  to  return  to   Eng-)  iand this fall.  Litigation is talked of. while  others have decided to go West.  Text,    Mark     v.'   41���������Commentary  Frepared  by  Rev. D.   M.   Stearns  At the request of the people, of  1-adara He ief" their coasts and re-  crested the se_ 1o His own city,. Capernaum, and the people received* Hins  gladly, for they-"were all< waiting for  Him. Theie a_-c many placestoday, '  chiefly in so called*; Christendom,  where He is not, wanted "as the op-  pr-vscr of Satan'and his wiles, for  ���������--eh that is csUIed church "work and  nijch prer>chmj: is really not for  Clirist, but against Him,- while there  are maj.y othe^sY longing 'to hear of  Him. I hav > jUst read of one val?  ley in V.r. Bea-jehaiap's territory in  Ci.Ina where 1 thousand people are  crying loudly, for a teacher-arid" many  leading families have put away their  idols. May lhe Lord direct us .to'  rhe opon doors and make us willing  and obedient. Troubles come to  .he rich as v;cll a$ the poor, -the devil  is the oppressor of-all classes, and in  this icsson we see a rich man, a ruler  nnfi a pgdi ���������woman, both in great  tiouble, a little girl twelve years developing and- A poor -woman twelve  years growing weaker and both seem-  MmatTT naradei1?31"*' !r h������Pe1^ condition as &r as  ipoon    to   %r1offitUBl,feBOeB-     Both find deliverance  =a..a^a&���������a   w    uuAii       .lJjfUU"J       IO      JJiUW.i  j,+     4-i.e    font    of     TpSJie Tninia      fh_  Tne   prize   list   for   Degree   Contests t T,.^?.  ./.,:..   ���������._5_ur'       r*J.UUB. JS������  is the largest ever given, upwards of  $10,000  In  cash  being    offered.   Entiles close September 1st.  The estimated cost {$20,000} for  entertainment ha-J been contributed  sclely by the Odd Fellows of West-  .rn Canada.  The Sovereign' Grand Lodge met in  Indianapolis last year and it was  estimated th*"-- upwards of 100,000  people were drawn to that city. While  tho arrangement*.- ���������"ere good there, the  Winnipeggers feel that they will go  toe Indianapolis hrethrpu one better.  His Honor Judge Myers Is chairman  and B. D Deering, Grand Secretary  of Manitoba is Secretary. , All re-  qt ests for information will be promptly replied to by addressing B. ' D.  Deering, Odd Fellows Temnle, Kennedy street, Winnipeg.  7>'l  Farthest Point North  Edmonton. Aita.���������Gen.- Supt. Wilcox, of the C.K.R., says that"all of  the .construction work on the Athabasca Lardinj 'branch is practically  completed and as permission has been  -jecured frcm the Railway Commission  the company will be ready to give a  regular pa^seirrT and freight service  to*" the fart lies'   railroad point north.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter * Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.   '  Detection of Icebergs by Instrument*  Ottawa.���������In a few days the scJen-  -ific world wil'. have lrT*own the result of experiments which Professor  Uarnes has been making in the  Straits of Belle Isle with his invention for the detection of icebergs by  ocean going steamers. Ever t>ince  the announcement of the claim of  Professor Barne������* the world has  awaited expectantly the result of his  i-xperijiients. F"or the past ments.  Professor Barnes has been cruising  in the Straits of Belle Isle on board  the governmen'. steamer Montcalm,  which has bee-i placed at his disposal and a raossag- received by the deputy minister ol marine and fisheries  conveys the information that sever-  tti very successful tests, have been  made. "The TVIoutealm will arrive  rt Sydney.N.S., in a few days and  Professor Barnes wiii submit a report to the government.  Phyjriclan.B'; Mny    Practice    Anywhere")  Ottawa. -- Medical "reciprocity  throughout.Canada is now assured as  h result nt all tho provinces having  Canada Medical Act. The net was  passed In 1011, after many years oi  limitation, and ihe .overcoming ol  much opposition. Briefly stated the  not provides' for ,a Dominion mndlcnl  cnn*"*n nnd enables ^.nnv phvnlehm"  dei tilled bv lt to practice In any province of tho Dominion', Heretofore  thoro havo beo'i ro para to provincial  tounclln ard a doctor ln Quebec, for  instance,, oould not practise In Ontario without passing a separate examln-  ntlon.  Tho now council Is to be oomposed  01' three members residing In different provinces, to bo appointed by tho  Doinlnlon , government, two representing oaeh province, ono from each  University or medical school having  an arrangement with a university for  -unroi'vlng dogrccr, In, medicine, and  three I'opresoiitlng tho homeopath le.  Tho term bf office will bo four years.  Candidate*! for o.vnmlnatlon may eloct  to bo examined ln olthor English or  T,Yonch.  , Stolen Miniatures Returned  London.���������Three minaturoH of Mrs.  frank Ematmau stolen from tlio  Itoyal ncadomy inst week, havo heon  returned by mall anonymously. The  iioytmu-k is Rugby. Thoro Is no  other clue to the thief.  September  Eurllcut  Date  London ���������Tho Dally Chronicle unyii  iillll.      iilU     ������|lll  i.tlUl.',      141      .AU      i>niv.l..l       V i.-lt  of tho Urltlsh cabinet to Cuiuula  iitauds ovor unill Premier ltorden'fj  joturn. If this bo trim It cuiiuot  take placo until September at tho  carlloBt. ���������   .  Mikado's Funeral on September 13.  Tokio.���������Tho lato  Mlkiulo'H funeral  covomonlcH will bo held horo on tho  night of   aeptomber   13,   It   In   an-  bn run ln Alliwrta n.������ soon uh urning**-! nounccil.     lit. will bo burled at Kioto  jfnenta pun bo juaado.? , ,   /ho next nltfhtv  Winnipeg, July 31.���������The spring  wheat crops of the United States and  Canada continue to be the leading  factors in determining wheaf'values  the world over. Cuudltloitu .have  changed very little from where they  were a week ago, and as a result  prices for the new crop futures show  no parked variation. During the  early days 'of the week markets were  stronger on numerous black rust reports" from the Lakotas but on Investigation it was found these only applied  to very small areas abd with Improved  weather tl..e trade felt little anxiety.  While the reports considered as a  whole still Indicate a most liberal  yield for the three North-West States  thero is creeping; into the news of the  day u chnngo to a less unanimous- expression of the uniform excellence of  ';he crop. There Is evidence of some  blight as well a*, black rust impairment. Tho recent large estimates  of production were based on very  large liberal per acre returns and  these'now Boem too optimistic rather  thr.u conservative,. There is, -it, a  iosult of the black rust infection, uu  important and moro or less critical  ton days ahead of the crop. Practically no rust has been found ln the  Cunadlan crop and the past throe days  have boon favorable for filling. Thero  arc many complaints, however, ro*  gnrdlng hall damngo especially In  Southorn Manitoba, Gretna, Altona  and Plum Couloo dlfVrlctfl report fully  50 por cont. Iopb from Friday and  Saturday's    Btorms. Wiirly    sown  grain nnd crop on stubble.is not sat-  inl'iiclory so that even with bout of  woathor from now on only au avorago  crop can bo expected. lOuropoan  pioiipocts uro uot ao favorable aa  '.hoy wbm some tlmo ago, us tho harvest, shows actual yields ln variable  duality and quantity in noine coun-  rrloH, This in Hit* noun In Franco.  Ituug'try, iCoiiiuuiiia. lUily, aiul ii.ut.ti  cf Russia. Ifrnvice roports the yield  i������ below expectations, as do Hungary  nnd Ilnumanla. Tho crop outlook  for RiiBSlf, Is not brilliant, though  prlvato oiibloB claim a larger crop  than last your but tbo lftll crop of  thnt yonr was much nmnller thnn tho  average. European marketh huvo  boon genorally stronger, being In-  lluene.ed   Vy   dfioiejifilng  supplies  nnd  Jllltllii'l'   "Hjiiiiii    inMH       till-      uiiii-i 1 i|ii.  count rloH. On tho riharp breaka  jLiaropciin lmpor'cni have betcn pur-  chuHeru ot holli whual. uml Hour in  tho United States and (hiiuidlau nuirli-  et.H.        livudBiroet'a    world's    vlHlblo  . .... ..-IT.-   AA..  "I'l'l'V       ,,..,,,..      fc.      \. v........ ,.      . w      - , -  ���������  him .inrliur the oiihI week, the total  now bolng 109,475.000 bun., compared to 111,2.11,006 bus lnut week,  nnd U'tf.tU-.OO') bus. a yn������r aKo.  VVurld'*' uhipuiuiiU wero leuti than luot'j  year ago, being 10.352,000 bus compared to "10,672,000 bus. last week,  and ,10,418 000 hat. 2. year ago.  Our Winnipeg    market    has    been  ,ciu'et  but  fairly  steady  and   in   the  last few days the demand  for cash  wheat has Increased       To-day there  was a good enquiry for export, especially for three northern and number  four wheat.      T'lere would also likely  be a demand fev '.me and two northern if it was  n:>t  for the fact ,that  stocks of fheso grades are getting so  small that exporters would have difficulty In getting enough together to  make a shipment.  The July :delivery  which has been    hanging    over    the I  market   for   some   time,   passed   out  quietly  and   trading in  tlib  contract  grades  should   now  be  on  a   firmer  and better basis.        The    movement  from the country Is lighter but quite  '-ajorcentnge of out of couditlon grain  continues to arrive and for this tlfere  Is practically no demand.     A rumor  has been current for some d-ivM that.  1200 cars of damaged grain had been  dumped Into th*- lake at Port Arthur  ���������ind Fort William but such Is not.the  case.      All damaged or out of condition grain Is being treated as fast  as the dryers can take care of It and  will be all sold sooner or later. Stocks  at Fort William    and    Port   Arthur  havo decreased  237,234    bus.,    being  now 4,717,416  bus. as against  4,954,-  liiiO bus   last week and .4,497,000 bus.  last year.      To-day's cash prlcoB are  1 Nor., 106c; 2 Nor. I02%c; 3 Nor.  .18i/jO.;  No.  4 whoot, 84%c.)  No.  5  69%c,;  No.  6, r>8''4c.;  Feed, 55%c;  No.  2 iUborta    Red    Winter    whoat,  97V-0.;   No.   3,  A.R.W.   96-i_c.;   No.  1       A.R.W.,    85%c. The    July  future    closed    at   lOCc.,'    and Octobor 93%c, aud December 91*)ic,  Oats-���������  All Coming West  Montreal.���������While immigrants from  Europe are continually passing  through Montreal, the fact that the  western movement is strong, even in  Quebec province was shown at the  Windsor station when one of ,the C.  P.R. homeseekers' excursions required practically an extra train to  be run a<* a second section to ..the  Imperial Limited. There were  about two hundred in the party,  which was exclusively from tlie province of Quebec, and most of them  were bound tor various polifts in  Saskatchewan and Alberta.; While  'they, all had certificates entitling  them to return within' the next  month, or two, lr. was considered by  tue C.P.R olfleials' that few of these  would be used as moBt of the men  were accompanied by wives and children  GEOLOGISTS   FOW      TORONTO  Thi* oaf market has roimiliiuti quiut  with prices unchanged There has  boen some shortago ln extra ono  Coeds for July delivery and at ono  lime during tho week tho price was  forced 6c to 7c. above tho value of  i C.W. but tha shortago must havo  boon uiman as tho prlco dropped back  quickly. Low grade oats are getting  difficult It, sell and thero art* only  bio '.t;,- In lb*- juail.c-t li'-ii'jy Toi- 2  C.W. and 3 C.W. To-day's closing  pilcoH aro No. 2 Canadian Western  38c., 3 C. W.. 3������.% , FuturCH closed  .Tu'y 38Vic, October, 35Vic  Barley-  There ura enquiries to-day for all  ���������jrodeH ho would Judg" values are near  ���������"ho bottom, Prices nro No. 3, Bio.,  No. 4, 46V{c; Rejected, 44ViiC, and  I'fii'd   41',.',''  Blt.1tmmm  World's  Convention  Will  be  Held   In  Queen City Next Summer  "sOttawa.���������Th������ geological deparl-  ���������uciil here is already making arrange-  mentB for the world's convention of  geological experts, which may be held  at Toronto next Biimmer. Tbe con-  \ ention will bo under tho auspices'  cf the Dominion-"government. G.  A. Young, cf the geological department Ih now trnvelUntr through the  various provinces ln connection -with  rhis matter. Following the convention at Toronto, It is planned that,  those in attendance divide into two  groups? ono going to tho western,  and tho othor to tho maritime provinces.  Decline Carnegie's Offer  Edmonton.���������lt Edmonton' has a  Carnegie library Jt wilf not bo tho  llUi'iu-y boii.ni ili.a it> Lu bu Ui.iiiiai.-i1.  That oignnlKatlou has wnshod iln  hands of tho whole negotiations with  tho ironmaster and plnced tho disposal of hla jMohViun "fGO,000 ni. lhe  discretion of Ccnimlnaloner Unrrlron.  Tho whole trouble is that Cnrncgle  has based hl������ offer on tho recent Dominion census, of some 23,000, while  tV.ii recent civic, census gives Ednion-  I0I4 Tir./.'.Hr.. T'.k- nt-nivy \w.\ra hr-.r.  I'oooinmonded that Oarnogio's gold be  votiincd with thankn and that the  cltlzom* orect a much moro pretentious institution themBolvcB.  ���������������������a���������������iii  11 in nn>���������������mam ���������      ������������������'������������������   a>  Rpnsla Consents to Sign Aoreement  Paris.���������Tho Echo do l'nrlo pays  that RusbIh Iioh couHCntt'd to Hlgn an  ugreoniont with France binding hor-  itelf   not   to   i*rent   with   Germany   on  *.-    , .     ,       .    *   I .     . ...... ... I .  .!.,!,,       .^IJ.AAJII   .All    .' l**.'������..-.A/A4      ..4A,..|4|4l    ...A....,  ������uier of the synagogue, feH at' His  feet and besought Him greatly foi  his only daughter, who was at the -  uo'nt of death, that He would come  and lay His hands on her and Seal  her. The sick woman had spent  all^her living upon phvsieians,^ had  suiTered much and was 'nothing bettered, but rather grew worse. She  had such faith in Him, no doubt by  hemiiig of Hi3 wondrous works, that-  rVlAA     "h/AlliAl'OA?     if    cllo     ^^..>1^     ^\v.1.r    X^...mW  -   -- -.���������...... .  >���������_       .������       ....^      V*������������fc.������%.      W.A.J,-;    V^.*������VAJ.  the hem or hii garment she would be  ,  healed.      Jesus arose    to    go    with ,  Jalrus,, His disciples    followed    and .  much people thr'raged Him.      It was"  ir  this throng that the sick woman  came and succeeded in touching the  vcuver- oi xxi3 grirment and was im-  -'i:ediately   heale-J.       Jesus,   knowing  that some owi hod believingly touched him, turned acout and said, "Who-  touched my clothesy"     Peter and the  ^.XV._.m JIw������Im1wa' '^'-..j^ai-   s������.-..x .- .4 ^~.'���������- *,*.*���������   AJ.A11CA    _ioiJ;y4tro   B11JU   111   bill Jll lttt*,      AVJilS--  ter,  the  multitude throng and  press  A.icc    Aiui xj.e iiiSisteu tnat. soine one j  had touched Hlin in a special manner and tbat virtue had gone oat of,  Him.      It is just so still���������many meet  to worship Him   but few touch Him  as this woman   did.        Many   know  about Him, but"  comparatively    few  know Him in the sense of-receiying '  power  from-Hi-tn  for  themselves  or  others.  When the woman saw that what  she had dene we3 known to Him she  fell down' before Him and declared  unto Him before all the people why  she had touchej Him and how she  was healed immediately (Lukes viii,  47). This is what He wanted, that  He might do more for her than she  h.iu expeef-u. She haa already-received what she came for and^expect-  ed��������� but He loves to do" exceeding  abundantly above all we can ask or  AA.^1.        /T-4��������� "U      I   ...      -   -4V/.A ������-.. _     . . .  Luuitt. \i2jjju. ui, ������u/. one uau no  thought that He would ,speak to her  oersonally. much less call her daugh-.  ter. She could never jforget those  words from His lips, "'uaughter, be of  gcod comfort, they faith hath made  thee whole; go In peace," (veree 34,  Luke viii. 48; Matt. lx. 22). This  "good comfort" is just Kib good  cheer of Matt, ix, 2; xlv. 27; John  -tvi, 33. Had ihe not publicly confessed her healing by His power she  would not only have missed this  special blessing, but would have occasion to upbraid herself because'she  had not done so. There Is much  blessing ln obeying (Rom, x. 9),. "It  thou shalt confess with thy-motith to  the Lord Jesus.'- In last lesson tho  healed demoniac was sent home to  tell; his friends how great, things the  ijord had done fpr him,; arid' the command stands i;o declare His doings  among the people. (Isa. xil? 4). ���������   ;j  What about, tl.'t anxious father,;; all  ���������thl^ time and  ��������� the .only,'; daughter,  whom he left ^ylng?      The incident  we have been dwelling upon .probably  took much Joss tlmo than we hpye. to  write it, Ami  there aro  tliiie������.. when  minutes seem very long, and It may  have boon so <t/Ul? Jalrus.      But God  *s nover too late.     Though He tai'i'y.  v;e 'must wait for Him and be patient  (Heb. x, 30, 37; Uab. il, 3, 4), \Wltllo  He still talked to theW.omtin tidings  came from the litler's house that the  "jlUle  girl   was  doutt,   wliiei'i   as  booh  as Jesus heard 1-Jo said to Jairus, "Bo  not. afraid, only believe"  (verse 3(1).  Reaching-the house,  He  said to tho  A-uillng people:   'Why  mako ye this  udo?      Tho damso] is not dead,  but  ilo'epeth."    And   taking  only     Petor.  James and Job.-, and tho Uttlo muid's  father ,nnd moth or (Luko viif. 52), Ho  ���������vent in when eho was and took j hor  "-.������������������Jul ond said, "Damsel, I say unto  thee. Aris������."     Immediately oho iiroso  and wnlked, and Me commanded that  something should bo given her to eat  (43).   There  ,w������s  no   rurther   laughing to neorn   (40)   but n  p;rc������t nston-  ishment, for thoy hod novor seen anything like thbi.     This iiiunner of niuu  was not. ordlnar;., a man full of com-  luii'Bion for a'l sick and Buffering and  with tho power to hoal tho otherwise  !n(>imil>le rimt  tr.    mlse    the    iloni'���������-������  truly  u niuu and u������ truly  God, now  our great,  lllg'.i Prlost at    tin    right  hand of the Fotnor, knowing u������, lov*  lug  us, enrlng  for uh  and   ntlll  oay������  lug the snmo words,    "Bo    of    good  cheer,  be  not  afraid, only* believe."  NEW   GOVEnNMENT  BUILDINGS  ��������� . .,     t , ijrevloimly alaoiiBHod  it  and  coiuo  lo  Pricen  have   -'-l-Pnrentiy  been   kept J un agreement with Prance.  up  ou  account   of coukohUoii   In   Uio  July option au with the evening up of  iradeB tho pas' fow days the doinand  ':.',:. f.titi,,:.  ; *" "���������-"-"��������� "'f*"'" ->--i  '. *........,.  ileeline has lakmi plnco To-dn'v  thero aro no buyers and prlcen nro not  quoted.  All  prlcen quoted  ubuvo nro biiHcd  at Kioto J World* BhipuumU Wortt lt)llu than lnut'l on ������l*,U~vorv in "UK Foil WillUui ami I ance with the ii  .  -fcTn,.-.i-WP������k  a?J*.,.B?,,!i^t W41'" ^fu, ������������p������rt Arthur, '*>ey I������porlfc  Double Sklno for Bio Llnere ln Future  HcltiiHt.���������Tim White Slur company  ���������steamer of the Olympic cIuks under  I'OiiBtruction hcv-? tihall he provi������n>ii  with a doublo Hkln, rlBlng well above  .ho  water lino.      Thl������ Im In uee.ord-  jiuggoatluu Iu the Mci'-  W.  H,- White, British Lnnd������c������pd Artist, U"> Art-lvt   In Ottawa Next  Week  O't.-llV*!. --   \>*.    11.   AVbilo,    lh/������    'l^-'flal,  uiuiiaicupe tucliili.'cl. whom Pri-hiler  Uordeii Hi-iaii'id In London to survey  the  Welluii-'Uiii teie, upon  which will  K/-      ,.-,..,., .   l     l\.i.    ,-t \..     i^r-,.������4%r������i.rt.'.������.l     ,l������.  pnrtmentn" IhiIIiIIiirh. and to report  upon the iii-m niitiiiu'f ot laying put  the ground** aii.i bulhlingfi mo nn to  secure   every   bit   of   available   floor  upuv*** will ui*'*Z*.i' iu Ottawa nouiu Citu*������  ���������.  .    next week,.  ,,,/'���������  iAai^ia'iiijii|ii.iiiiiii!iii������.^  MMM������MM__ THE    CRESTON    BEVIEW?i|^^|jQ^  Timely Topi  :-y^:-~:;ti-!.\:::.-:-:-:-:tiy'-::;::.Wti  IKavDi'lV***''*^  **?3Jf:r;&3x^;������s*:^;v;;y-y:x0^  iiave proven the B  EST Jar foTfamily use.  aw&mAV  g &  aXEfBSS  Pints \%tm������B    Qumtrim 0MaBQ     ������*&������igalg&ssm-$f������7������ pee* nf&spn  ems  B Se__^s a&9_-5*. ^/tAlift1-  I SI13_*"* *^   ��������� uiLSb  T  YORKSH3R!  ^SURA^CE OOe5 Ltd.  IB_I<  Of York, Eiigiand-  __t_b!lshed Over Three-fourth of a Century  Capital -.- $5,000,000"  Reserve Fund - - - $13,000,000  Claims Paid .-'-,- $30,000,000  CUY LOW 1MBHRQ5 Agent  aaaam  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday us  follows:  Mom nig        -        -        11:00 a. m.  14*'.*,-..-.*������-..������> ��������� "-/.Oil   ..       ������~.  _. . V*i5.Il'?.        - I.OV j).   Ut.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. m.  You. are "welcome to   tarry w i th us.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pitator  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  > ^n-w _^k <^ -m   _   -_-   /**%  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  ��������� %  B  O.   IiASB  SUBVBTOH AMD   AKCHTTKCI  Fiona and. Specif-.  CRESTON -  - B.C.  DENIISTRY  If. E. HALXD, D, S.  Office   over   __ai_ Parks Hardware  ..44b0^S*-S^4���������C--4���������������������. A?.4?.������'-4'*-tf'--������.-<��������� jlC.A_S.fiM_   ���������&  ���������is  _s  si  > IBP  S .for the next thirty-'days  -a  4 ������C  I fS  I W  mV  *~f     OS   cava.*.    ������Y ���������  IS-  ������est 2>entistr>v  .     at?.  *_������^������������_A���������_* M_������ lS%_������>-lr**a_  niV������9VI������HVIV   gad, l*ttV<9  l-V-.-_   -r-j  Service every Sunday   at  il a. ni.  ^^; and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 10 a. m.  Adult Bible Oluss at close of evening service.  "W. G. B-AKE5  Minister  SUMMER.PRUNING  By J. L. Stahl, Horticulturist,   West-'  em   Washington Experiment 'Station,  Puyallup, Wash.  j It is almost time to snmmer prune the  fruit trees. The continuous ruins and  cool weather have delayed the growth  to some estent and consequently the  time to pruno should be dele-fed.  If summer pruning iu dono too early  the buds below the cut (wound) wiii  break out just below the wound; if done  to late there will bo no opportunity for  these buds to swell nnd form fruit buds,  which Ib one important objoot in pruning at this time of the year.  Under natural development of plants  certain buds produce twiga and leaves  and other buds break opon and form  flowers aud fruit. There is a sort of  balance between the ieaf BurXaoe of th������  tree and tne root system. The loaves  act as aorude sort of xnannfaoturing establish to receive the sap as it is carried  up' from the roots nnd they put it in a  condition so that tho plant can use it.  If for any reason the roots fail to per-  P.AA..A.    lit.-.?..   A*~������������������n A J.*....     It..    lnnc.-v        ^.  ..a.a*a vaavaa auuumuiu  who j6HV6s 0X0   Un"  ahlo to supply the plant and it soou dl***!  of starvation. On the other hand if  part of the top of the plant is rsmoved  and thfi annnln nt ..������  {r>    ...   j:~.j--x... j  '--**"    -' JTAT-rf    -���������������>   mm.tf    AO      AilAU     VAAAAAAOAJCU,  3&  I will give  8 0 Percent Discount  ^ork if you bring  fi+4-  tr*mi & xi'Dor^riii?'  VlVnJ.IJUJ.VWU.;  1 Sat 4-Tj,^   .JtlTI/M-lTlfPrnianf  ICT; ^J^AAAJ*     UAA4AVAAAAVv.AA.vU..  ���������Q& -  |^  .  ������_ _ _m.        _. .'    _. ������   ���������r- ���������������# ������Ta m_. *������a Kfl-ifftaB  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONSUIaTIHO  Enoikkeb  CRESTON      -  B.C.  MR. & MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & -co.  iti  a toward SpofeaKtBasb.  w  ���������������  fa  $  iri  ������  vcr  _*  JVl  ������  Si  ������_  _*  i  ! I  ImUJBcane.-  CHaiST CHURCH-" ���������;.������������������"?.'���������  M^r%������^'?*,i2   "l****1"*!?       ?VSk        Ti    ������V*4^^-t^-������-t'T^r^       ^������i^ii-J'������������*-������/V       J*������ ���������*-  -^**-w*v   ������������������-������*4V    iw,     ���������M axx\sxxxxixj������ ��������� cc& v ivc    <*l*  Christ Church' next Sunday followed  by the Holy Gonimunion. The ?Itev.  ��������� . i-i. waibou, xveccor 01 reriiie Win  lie present.  r  V  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  Real Estate and Insuranoe.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  I.  runerai Uirector  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -  B.C.  Before Letting  IU Contract.  For tho 'mildinpr of your Now  House, Store, Office- Workshop  or other building, write or call  on mo. Estimates given ou all  kinds of work.   Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and natisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  NEW SPRING FASHIONS  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' Hats, Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   READY-MADE  WAISTS  . New Linos of   Ii.ttios ��������� ) o ( I ill -  rens'   Stohkingn  and  Wearing  Apparel suitable to tlie Season,  Mrs.  H. YOUNG  Starfte _ 8, (Eo.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Prult  Gcncml CoinmlHHtftii Merchants  NELSON       -       B. C.  TfTTi1   (T* A "W * 1f^'" ^ "^t  i_i>___i'������j  SANK  OF COMMERCE  8IR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LL.IJ.. D.C.L., Prculdont  JOHN AIRD  AaNUtant Ccnornl Mnnnaer  /XEXANDBR LAIRD  Gcneml Man������it<*r  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian  Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the  same carciui attention a.-������ ii> i^ivcu iu ������ui uim-i ut;iiui'ii������������i.rn.i; wi ���������.*.<,  Bank's business. Money m;:y be deposited or withdrawn in Ihis  way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. 0.4  ?>������JiCY ���������_. *0WLhP. manaotr. Creston Brxncli  run ohl������  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  sole. Close to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  ncome.       Apply owner % Review.  the remaining portion of the top receives  an excess of sap.  aa ,uu������.j ao aaQiu ������������j, .ninny iiOirtiiCuAtur-  ists.that if pruning ie done just at the  right time during midsummer, when  most of the season's growth, has stopped  that the excess of sap dae to the pruning, will be forced into undeveloped  leaf   buds   and  weak frnit buds.    In  Listen! You can scarcely hear the  Fords go by���������though yon see thou-.  sands of thern. It's, the perfect balance  and adjustment of its simple aiad wonderful mechanism that makes the Ford the  least���������and the most about.  More than 76,000 new Fords into servioe thin season-.  proof that they must be r'ght. Three pa esenger Roadster $775���������five passenger touring car f 850 ���������delivery Oar  $875--f. o. b. Walkerville, Ont.. with s "&i equipment  Catalogue from Kootenay Oarage Compai ny ot Oreston,  R. S. Bevan, manage-���������or direct from W wikerville.  II  &*���������+++'<������'  TaUa* -4  KTI J 1   i  A   -TtTv  ^"m r������m. t a  _k      _   1������V_ _-"������������������. Ik. tr, ra  a ir      **  v_>%2\}xxx%3     a*\*    ������jf OaTm,  Water Notice  For A Licence To Take And Usk  Water  NOTICE 13 hereby given that Andrew  Miller of Creston will apply for a licence  to take and use one quarter oubic foot  per second of water out of an unnamed  Creek, whioh flows in a East and West  direction through Blks 20, 19 of Lot 892  and empties into Kiug Creek or Block  11 of Lot 892. The water will be diverted at a point direotly 200 yardB east of  the N. W. corner of Block 10 of Lot 892  and will be used for purposes on the  land described as North half of Block 10  of Lot 892.  This notice was posted on the ground  tho 81 day of July 1012. Tho applioa  tion will bo filod in   tho offloo of tho  Water recorder at Nelson.  Olvjectioufl nifty bo filed with the said  Wutor Recorder or with tho Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria,-BO.  A, Miller (Applloant)  TW-yS-i-*   WZ /?' ,   '"  Tiuu'Iu-ih everything that a bookkeeper  or Htenogruphor needs to know and in  as nhorfc timo uh in   consiHtant   with  tllOl'OllglinCHH.  INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION  POSITION. POK (IKADUATRS  L'Iaj^o Faculty of Hpi'i-lalinln. Couiiili-U-  equipment. TCxponHOH roufiomible. Fall  term begins Uoptumhot' 9. Write for  free illiuttralod catalogue.  H. 0. BLAlll, Principal  .Spokane, - - Washington  A. Lindloy retnrnod Tuesday from n  tour or the -iow'i*JNCHt townu whoro he  hurt   IkhiU     huCUlilig   iJlltilulUUln   iur   Lit-.  oouuuitiuiou bubluous.  many cases this theory so:  out in practice and especially so in narts  of Western Washington where excessive  wood growth is quite common. Some  varieties have been forced into bearing  earlier than is their habit, bnt whether  it should be a general practice and with  all varieties of tree.fruits still remains  to be worked ont. ^  If the wood growth is very vigorous  the practice is a good oue. In some  cases both winter and summer pruning  should be done.  The time to prune during summer is  when the vigorous wood has formed.  This will be at a different time in different localities. In general, in western  Washington, from the middle of July  until the middle of August is a good  time, but this season the time will probably be two weekB later.  The amount of wood to remove will  depend upon the kiud of tree and the  amount of pruning it has previously  had.  All dead or diseased wood Bhould be  removed, useless wcod, such as water  sprouts should be cut out. These  should all be removed clo60 to the branch  or trunk from whioh they sprini** so thai  no stubs aro left. Tho amount of new  growth to remove will dopend on the  individual tree. Iu gouuial. about one-  half of oaoh young twig nhould bo removed in pruning apples or.pears; about  throe-lourthH in pruuing poaches; aud  usually about ono-third in pruning  plums or chorrioB.   +   Senior Ball Team  Defeats Port Hill  With ascorc of 12 to 3 Oroston Honior  BfiBoball touui lust Sunday defeated  Port Hill ou thoir opponents diamond,  MoPoak and Hays, thou later. Ward  and Cameron mado np tho Oroston bat-  tory, Tho gamo wan interesting al-  hough thoro wiih a wido margin iu tho  nooro. Tho boys aro cxpootlug a hard  iiuutoec. ana nro practicing uiuiy ior in ���������  return gamo to bo played hero next Sun  day.  #  ���������  COidStreom EWe- Miipki���������pips  *i/'CPfl.<a������J������*t*������ *5J������JI_*_       aUV'tVA-U'       AWUlMU'tlUU  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Kome Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading: varieties most  suited to this district,    bur specialty is bt idded stock  ___ _Vt_    f n't''t3P-V!:'G**<.A'^     ������������������rw.-'T-i *-wl .#v   m*r*.*ix4-r* .  ���������^       For further particulars apply to bur local Agent.  *> ���������   s^'ii-i^vi'*  JL-T'LjT^V       Jim?.  _������ jTfe-S tOtl m        \%Jt # '  ���������������-#*������-##*������4>^<^^^A^^/A4|i^,^.^^ ,^>^*##>#^  mt&mm. mJBmBB^m  eSffSSB  iH^ff'ffSGSiB  a* **>**&grmrmmm.mm   qaterrfig  A SPEGIAL.TY  -���������caici    iu  [-_  XlxgiX  boots aind shoes.  class  Get _>_ mr Wines; Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  PipeSx etc** at ihe  i .-1*0err.***  m^ej  %mx������t.*mf  B S>  Wi,  spirit  *S*        Jm    WV������������W p        mm     m%rmr9-  fltrnf*  ���������MMM_������B_a_������r^r-Jiai,||WU_^  a_  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Peaboelya Garmetit!  We Have Them In ALL SIZES  They Are Roomy s.nd Good Fitters  THW\l!3liWil3KAUj4lT.HEyjlRE WMTOWEAR  WOBODY BUys OVCRAtLS -TOiPLAV TRIfcKSvWITH  THEM SUCH^-AS IS SHOWN^IN.THE PICTURE ABOVE,  IN WHICH FOUR MEM'^XERTED1 AIL T, !EIR STRENGTH  IN THE EFFORT TO Rll? A PAIR'.Of-'PEABODI/.'S'iOVERALLSV  BUTJF ^HEY-Wll'LSWNDa.'HISlBEV WONTRLI?  UNDER THE HARDEST KINDrOF LE6IT1 MATE, WEAR.  WE ARTE   TM_ A.GENTS  PKABODYaS^  OB  GUAF.ANTEED overalls.  ~3jsr-rlt.'&lln,,-,,i.-liLll'r^-,;t:vj,";-.-,;-,1.,;.,.-,*  1  I  TBir  rnrPTTfniBT  BsrhrBTitTuirr  rn  S9IL  ������-9_--B_N   MLSllim'H3������������������  -U.   j  mmmmmmBmmmmwmim, ^-^ f^^m^viMmiirmmtm-i. ip.\:-\u;?\v&,wmmMSm%l  '���������/'$&"' . r^'-yo  mmmmmm****mm***mmmwm\  ftfriiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiffiii^  ���������WHIMMIH

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