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Array No.'4-1 stii.YaAK.  CRESTON, B.C,   Fi^DAY  SEPT-13,   *9^  ,*'������������������������   '������s ������������������ fi,���������������������������������������������-���������- 1,, ,. u,' ���������aae-wags  Sfll A fill  lUftB  IRAUS?  __������3*_iF3    _ ���������V7f_)--*_***JiCJOCS  US   HEW  DDAI ������  VOi liLUO lllOLO  It.  WILL  PROSECUTE  NECESSARY  >_r  r������A������m*xm,x .%# I*fAl^vax/fBta ������-ppa organ  % " J  tlon Convention by .  C>. J. Wigett  The Bake of OcssaugaV who is' t������  pta through Crestou sometime the first  or next month, id the third sad only  nj-vMagnmoC i_elst_ Queen viotoria  the younger brother oE tho law King  Sdward, m*ole of Kin^Gewge th������ ^ifil������  ss-arsUssfceiagtfcs Srst prince of the  Royal Hesse ta be our govern������? General, and takes hla first nttne affair Me  gssd S^tflfa-t "Art-iix" the famous ttahe  of Wellington���������the -viow������ e| Waterloo.  log Ik I. ia eVv������  O.O. S.. SIGNAFISS CRANES-OS*  OO.OPERATIVB STORES -  ������ *~ ~~ I  -1 - .vi/v. ������ton ..���������iiMn���������������������������   _   "2,1* o_ bs'.v   sa _  S ���������       AAA.     CVAA3       AA.A .UAlAA.UQ      fcW        ~A*fc      v.*       *-..- .* |if5 _fi  timothy Hay.   First Class Quality.  S. A. Speers.  hoc xtxiifixx m������  Believing that something must he  immediately done to preves* an epidemic ot: tyjhoid fever, tha Oreston Board  of Trade at its regular saoathly meetics  matiou and prosecute- if necessary* a  ������ ������������������  %m*mmmrma+*xmm        *%B     m>Ana<MA     f-AtTA      _������*_**_    HO_i_l6G  ������...*���������-������.-.<- Q.ramAa'mT fi-Am Qat*-������  gary. He reports having had a most  enjoyable time at the Stampede where  he met a number of hi_ old acquaints*-*-  oe������4 He brought, back -with hisi qsiis  a few views of the Stampede.  v ���������Stanfieids nnderweat at the Oreston  A Ctao, MoLeod went to N&lson, Monday.  more a-awcr* a^sy  Donations Arrive  ���������* Harvesters w ww uuww. ������~.   ���������������  havebeen distributed over the  prairies  according to a statement made by the  Sdmonton Journal. t  Pi**? ing cards are barred at tho Trail  hotels by Offdetf of the city coanott, as a  culmination of reoenfc convictions of  ���������yamfol? a_ at these places.  'Kaslo is to cava a cadet corps.  ***   P_k QQQ I xieroantile.  -' ���������All kinds of vegetables and frnit for  gals.   I will deliver your  order. <��������� Jim  BKt39 ur6tsi>0u������  __a������������__������aMM  - Mrs. G. W. SimB .and Misa M&ude  Dake of Toronto arrived in Oreston,  iand&y for a visit with the  former's  Sinoe the list ot o������t-of-towH *Jonors  to the Creston Iiabor Bay fund was  printed last week, two more contrabu-  tions have been received by the financial  committee, one of 96.00 from tbe Nelson j  .������]���������_���������     I 5a   5-= ISMmmSSim.������'-      lULAllIilf  m**my*m    ������>J*  ^.1 *?   ja.vrj  fefs^    trwrx m.mvm^ama*Mamie?: *"  Mi   i kmiviiii-iliiH ,:  m yinfiiyiHiiiii ^  I.*  1  PRIZES SMALL, OPEN  Bail-new-^aU*seooa4 -US-GO from!      T|| f������||g  f}lSTH������nT  f b ^m&       B *��������� w m ^aB     mmtar w ^amw m  ^ *> *������ >_^   w  -   *""*   ^"V l  l������.w   ^-f>4-ll  ���������������>?' 5 *-*���������  Nelson Brewing Company.  I  e_-.-m r*.  Ind lass s 5ay Gosssrsd������  Wil! Soon Recover  .A^nA.1 4-Ia.a.��������� 4_ aIawava 'nn.   l?._f'   *Ha17A   _Q*k  H������J������n,A.A..   V4AA.4*?..   %W  V4W.H   ������������|_f1    *.������-w       ��������� m.. ���������      ���������   --  ir^TCved oosditioss- School children  are daily passing the "pools and gevere  methods seem to be neeesaary for the  removal of thej_mblip monaoo.  H. E. Hazelwood o? Moyie was a  Oreston visitor the first of the. week.  1   ���������FOUND, gold watch with chain.  Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this adverlisement:  I    mm mm -m I**,, _. ���������.     i HI  I jars, xu. DOtrtxiti.  I  I  . m^._ 4-1 n a    nn.u������n������������   x\t ft.-���������., Iy**/ViTc  Medical men are agajn ^aiming tne 1    -*������- ������ ^"^  ���������7- j ^ Mm ^^^ la that citj.  pogpibiUty or crsaiing ai������ asv bsw sau������r ���������*   sister Mrs. Jas. Compton.  That Indian David, who was serious-  We have ground and whole ppices,   ly injured in the broncho bucking con  also peppers, bay leaves and celery seed J test and taken to the hospital at Oran-  brock lasfc Wednesday in an unconsciens  condition is s^ttin������ - ������long quite well  and will recover, is the 'report given  out hy & number of Indians arriving in  Creston this week from Oranbrook.  1        - ifr- ��������� - ���������**-  -  Lack of Prizes Not Fault  of Pais* nanaffement  c . ^ m.mx ������?Mia-|iAiv  B-HrjCtmiC    ������_BB   inJAJIJUja.  for the pickling season. S. A. Speers.  ' Mrs. 1.1. Eraliek returned Tuesday  t"  Iroai Oranbrook where she has under-  Went an operation. For the past few  weeks sne haa been visiting her daugh-  stosy by a mixture of chsmfenla.  It it* now claimed that the ��������� tolls: will  The commitise apaoiaitad to aasa������ tha [not par espenses 405 aaaaataining. the  article or atiiel-ss to b& accsptsd ia com-, Panama canal.  petition for the silver cup to be donated  by the Board n% the Orepton Fall Fair,  aaaae a report. Tho uuj������ will bs ^������tc~  outright '������> the eshibitor of the best box  of apples of common, sscre..,  The msmbersy.psss^-- of the ietfe-  bridge Dry Farmij3^ Oongresa ^exhibit  ������ommitteo������ay that tk-s co������vOsV>s. of pro-.  duee is progreBsin^ a pleasing manner  and many things tba������ would tempt the.  The   Canadian   Famfic   company ii  ���������i������mI������> ������-������iiMlirf n������i nt-_������  miln double  jfc..A.4.A4������M,^   mm  mv...m  ������������������������,,    m.^m..     ���������   t������������ok tunnel through tue summit of iiw  Selkirk mountain range. -  ^BeventMr.tva v{ura*rieties ok grassea  wiii form $fe������ saajorVsEtiqaoS * unique  dlplay whioh O. W. SeldemBt".. of Bon-  _-_������   V.2_l_������*..4������_    -C-aa. TV!*'    5<a,t"*lOjtJ_II-l0  JUUQ *JA**%������*.*3lW'J"A'       ^A ...A. ���������������-.       -.���������>.������*.^^-.-  haSBeleole^'ftieigKiflses, ftpm NoiS|herh;  business, and bargains galore, is the order of ihe day in Craabrock. Creston  folks should get on the inside, a letter  -o the O. O. S. will bring all the information necessary regarding the < bjjwiul  prices. Iron beds are selling at 12.76  any size.   Dressers and stands at ������11.  -���������You get five per cent discount at  The'jCash Stork.  **-    _ -ta-a^rt^^Rjl"*      ���������,B^_?G    S"4a     v&Xu  [!������������������������������-AiiiW������������ Dfricra  size 9st9 96.00.   Mens suits $5.85.   Huh-  Ales   Cameron,   formerly mayor of  A,  Ooieman came to Oreston Sunday to see  about getting the* clearing of. bis property here started.  Makes Record Auto  R*_n to* Kitchener  i-tnu-ia ni- natai of mens shoes going at j  _  ~*"* -*��������� 1 -l =S._Ji   m 44. T_~.^  half price.   Real clcsing oat; prices* oi^ ������  -.-=!-. All A___  feet high and sun flowers with heads an  big aa hu&hel baskets.^ A ffne collection  -4,   _-At.   _.:!_   am.A   ������n*n���������    jnfWAaaACI   ri������U     KAATfl  Oi.   UUtU   VTA4VAS ������-AA_   ���������������������"    ^������������~ww���������   ~r~      ���������   made"by, W. K.'Brown.  ���������p  .   fii  ev������rythi-g, $5 00 will do the work of fie  " m. J  don't overlook this opportunity to buy  af less than manufacturers prices. Very/  y&tan from across the river rto -Sirdar,  ^apecial-pricesou.lace curtains, arch ^jj^. takea ,a large^ ^^otpolen  ^    - ' . ������?    ,*- "  "aye-F. O. S.. OraaUrook, no charge ior  ���������Exchange Aiberta farm lands fof  0,i������4_���������e������'''4-v-������t������'������l   vS^it-  >-������*���������������- jf������������������ ">������������������   QUVU   X,mX3V.X   Ai40VM.VA.,   \Jm..gyl..J  f     mmm**..  l<  ^W*   A.  Sullivan has transfered his  Yesterday morning Dr. BenderBon  went into the Kootenay Garage at about  half after eleven and asked B. S. Bevan  if h������ could get him*tc Kitchener before  the noon train, whsre tbe nursa who  _as been attending Mrs* Geo. Hunt, had  become seriously ill.' Mr.'Bevan cranked  up a xVrd cur audriu a TB������y   SiiOn.   suo6  That Oreston w ill not send a district-  exhibit to the Oranbrook Fall Fate ws&'  decided at the joint meeting of the Frdi*?  Growers Association, the Farmers Insti-  tute, and Tbo Fruit Growers Union, trn  had been agreed in s mieaiiug iu t&*y <o������  this year when a d*?iegation e������ iw&o  from the Cranbrook Agricultural Association were present to urge the putting  -  _1    -��������� j_ + _**_***-_^   :������* ��������� ���������������������������.-,-.  VU OX ������ -UUC vuo-iJ-iui** -A*Kap*ajf-**  The reason for tfie ranchers breaking  the agreement is that no prize is tifertd  to competitors ostsida of East ^ooteua-7  to warrant tho staging of & large aisirwS  ashibit. Most of the prizes are limited  to Oranbrook district. Thiahowever ia  not the fault of the Fair management as  tne donators madev the specincauon. am  *o the districts to compete. Oreston wa&  *_*_������_.     ___. iXm.mm~~m ��������� m-x 4ikAMJ������iWi1'Uia||ty)l)       ��������� *-ti at kKftO.  jGlW rYZZ     ISlVU^U     *#������Ml^*������_A_fii*a*_������*w-Al-������i   ���������������*/���������������/  fV Am  ���������jo'.-'-'-.-'S  --    K>-    \*  ths party was speeding over th* ^oad to  Kitchener. Mr* Bevan landed the doctor thero long enough before ,tb������ .noon  teain -co eive aisr -rune s*j pro^oansjs  than intent.   F. A. Russell, manage? of  _.1_^_ _*_.<������.-���������    ������U^������*   }���������������'iri-i_-n--A������a. Inttl  ������vr<k_ilr #_\f f% f  I1J4O  14-Xl-a.    -fVMVU   ���������������������   ^afAt^OW**  ���������������������������������������������   **������-^������^^*m mtmr������m>m  of one contributor who had named ^aafe'  ., _*.-.rA>w,n������v *������--��������������� V������to jwiM. l_i__l__ S.S WaB;  l������ira>     the ���������  mm������**xmm*x*1f    m^x-mmxm   f.mmm^m\   ������"���������-"������������������ ���������*>    ���������m*   a"**"^  .y~    >i  aiar fnli of the seed ���������which., pre^icss  the varieties in question.    He will also  havo 17 different k&ds of potatoes whioh  are grown in the Kootenay vaiiey.   Kt������  ..   ,,    , .     _ ,       vi grass display lathe best ever collected  B. Fowler, secretary of the Board ] ^  -    ��������� i ..  ���������..   f   .0 w t UIO IIHOH  !��������� V. *������     .--   -.  .' 1_A_JI 1^     ���������  ..a^^.^   M���������..������. ..v m.rra.    _-*  n..    ih.iiuiu  ���������submitted copy of matter w be prlated  on circulars tb'be used by $ie ������shibit  committee at I*ethbridge tor advertising  this section, "which ivas ascepted with no  alterations and��������������� few; ^additions. The  eircaw i������ to tell the truth a������d use no  "hot air."  O. J. Wigen, who represented Creston  Board ot Trade at the Irrigation Con-'  gress at KJelowna submitted the follow-  , ���������     1  ing report ;���������  Sept. 2, 1012  P. B. Fowlor, Secretary  Oreston Beard of Tiade  Dear Sir: _.      .  Allow mo to convoy through  you to tho Crouton Board of Trade my  appreciation for Uio courtesy in on-  doraii\g  me, as ita reproBontfttlvo  at  tiio Eighth AnnuWOonyo^  Western   Irrigation Anauciatliili held  at Kolowna, ;B, 0., ?Angust ?1������ tp ty  last, and in 1*0 . doing; wlHh to JBtato  thaV thi������ cojivoudon  wnd, d marked  . Bue'ieBH, hath' from a practical as wejll  uh froni ������a;;8Qlotytillc point of vtow-ofpo-;  dally as ri'latlbg to Irrigation! hut It  would liufutiltiVi ttic to attempt to  ri'late 1-lvo ihanV,'politt* lirouglit out  touolillig upon tills Buhjoot aiid r������lat������  UiH even' to ouv dlutrlet,   considered  n.H not, i-nii-iln*** wllhln tht*Arv h*Atl  knfiloo to say, that the prooeodlngB  bwth vcihal. aud, l^*> .Miai'iy .urh-nilfic  papers i)ullvi'������'d, w>U he compiled 111  hook form and a copy protlontod to the  HinoiraVorganizations and their roprc-  HcntiitiveH, and your board will tn due  tiuio locolvo a full report nn noon au It.  In out at tho ofTlcrt of tho King's' printer when it uhould, iu\comu an asset on  . ��������� .....Jx tTmAnltiA  packing.  Annie Kamiltca left" Tuesday to take  up her studies at Medicine K������������".        fH  on cars at Sirdar.  ���������"BQUGIjAS YILL.V for-wle, or  rout ehefep. Apply, John Dar-ny-shire.  QSS, Caledonia Avenue,  Victoria. B, O.  round, trip toXitcliener was made in One  QB61ZEH GRANGE  ASSOGIHMS  *-��������� - - ������������������*���������*���������  Explains    Principles    of  ���������Get your coriander  and muBtard J    w. H. Crawford, who has bewu suff  seed, your Tunuerie, Chillies and ginger Jering with the typhoid fever, is now on  hour and sha**,  ���������   V''        .     j.  ���������^Arty-five minutes.  Want to PSay Baseball With Nelson  Organization  for the pickling season at S, A.  Speers.  "Will Smith left Tuesday for the prairies where he expects to oiaUt hh? brother in the harvest.  the road to-recovery.  -A full line of guns and ammuni-  exhibifc i������atrtd'be^ .  for fchi_^diirtfSfe-the *anfcher_ eouoSuded  that the*"* oould not afford to "collect tho  -eshibit for this purpose alone thte yp**-  -������_. ag the!? ���������^o?ts ������������9 itatsr bant cm fch&^  J- s-4,4, JJ  Iiflthbrldge Dry Farming ^congress dlf������T  play.^  "-sOi  m      .n_-b  A public meeting was iTefd last even'  ing in the Mercantile hall under tho  auspices of   Oreaton   Loyal   Orange  Lo^ge No. ������^������ to hear tho provincial  oiV������bfa*r, J. W. Whlteley of Vancouver, deliver an address entitled, "Tho  Principles of tho Loyal Orange asso-  ciation anu ij������e -������������v,������w,i..������jr   ���������-*-   -5��������� ���������������������������"���������  Istonco in' the Dominion of Cu.nada."  Rev. F. L.  Carpenter vdryftWyper-  rbriued the duties ofchairman, and in  ih^roduolng tho speaker^ rcferreil to  tho good work that wits being dono by  tho I^yal prsttRo Association through-1  out tlio Dominion;  In .^(���������''opening remark**, Mr. White-  ly dealt with a number of ohiectlon*  that aw sonipihnos raised against the  assoolatlon, aind showed   that  they  wuro oast against tho inomboru of the  onlov purely through prejudlco and  not iM-eauso they had any foundation  In tact.   Ho thon outlined the principles   of   tho  "Ansoclatlon as follows.  Firat tho malntonanco of tho Protos-  Unt religion, second tho kooplng up,of  British connection,   tn dealing with  the flatait principle, ho pointed out that  Orangemen mako a  distinction   be-  ../... .        . 4������  I...IAIin       tt)'.*      ������ JlI'MIOIItl       IJUO|Al������J     4.14AA      I/4AU  MaoinoohieBptokled Walnuts for sale  at the Cash Store.  Rev. Blake made a trip to Moyle the  first of the week oa church work.  ���������We carry aUkludu of spices for the  pickling season.   3. A. Spiers.  tiou at thu Mercantile.  H.,G. Dickson and family left yesterday for Drew Station, Ontario, where  they will make their home. Mr. Dick-  sons parents are becoming old and need  tbo assitanoe ot some of tho children and  it was for this reason only that Oreston  looses iho family. Many of their friends  were at tbe station to see them off.  A hundred^md fifty dollar purse may  be offered by the Oreston Baseball Oiub  aaanmducementtotheNelBonteom to  give'them a game either at Nelson or  on the home .diamond.    The nine haB  endeavored all season to get ft   game  with Nelson but have been repeatedly  turned down because Nelson considers  the team uot in their oIbsm.    gowever  the local boys believe they oan give Nel-  bou a nm prise and they have the coufl-  deuce of enough businessmen to   give  them the necessary bucking.   The purse  4_i_S4.4*  To Promote Sheep  Industry in B. C.  BesauGo 75,000 live sheep end many  thousand dro-fted sheep are imported  annually to British Columbia from tho.  states to the soptb, and because British  Columbia has t!b������ name condltlohs favorable to the raising of iheep aa thaae  stat9S, the Dominion Kovto'uiudut S5������  tbo Dominion. Bhe������p Breeders Asaooia  1' t  **a  S. A.' Sheers went to. Cranbrook ou  Tuendoy on. Masohio bualuesfl.  F. p.-qroeqUotaeyatatoke-ta-ln Of������-a-  ton looiing for a place to locate.  ���������Economy Can 8oalor������*, fluent In the  world; for sale oy tho Orontou Hardware  6s Furniture Co., boIo agonto in ,th������  Kootenay Valley.  ���������70 inch all linen tabling for 50?,  Vory special at the Mercantile.  A special Memorlam sorvlep in honor of General William Booth, founder  and Commandor-in-Ohlef of tho Salvation Army, who died on August 20,  will bo raised provided Nel������nn roisas an  loose to Oreston.  Reid Wins Broad Jump  A lottor from W. F. Payne, hews  will bo hold by the division of iho j amj - sporting editor of tho l\ianltoh*i  Army  from  Cranbrook.   under   the J Free Press settles tho dispute between  Mr. and Mrs. O. P.' Wider roturnod  oesday f  at Sauoa.  loadorBhlp of Captain F. StrldOj Sunday OvenlnR at ^ o'clock, flnpt������m������lwr  22, In the Ci-cRton Mercantile Hall.  Tuesday from a wooks vihu, uuu uuUm..ft  ���������ii ti  ...hi   1.  -Good    Doherty    organ  for salo  Price roaaonablo.-Apply Drug Store  Jaok Cameron npent Monday nnd  Tuoflday in Crouton viBittng with his  parentfl and iriuuun.  R. M. Hold and Capt. FltaiGorald,' judge  of tho Calodnnian sports on I^ahor  Day, in Mv. Reid's favor, Tho dispute  aroso ovor tha running broad Jump, in  T. D. Brown, rgpresnntatlvo of Fair-1 which according to the doolBloh of  Culgnry branoh wasUun j micro.  Osman   Antiwsii.lth was  in town Tuesday and Wednesday show-  log 11. uuuibor <������I rnnchcrn the Rdvnntt**_*?������  of cull 111K ihelv own fruit box��������� with  _ alrbauka Morse machinery A number of the fruit growers are consider-  ing the proposition and eovoraloftho  ���������.     . _..--. 4, a        Roman Oatholle chureli.   Wll,h P������*������������-  youv Qloof no -minll < value for future'xvw'  ���������  1 testants,   tho Protestant church and  rcerencp. ^ w.,|the Protostvwnt pooplo aro une and tuej   -.Just arrived, new stock of rubbor  '*wv'lt tar.m,mim,i>mA rm Vat* a. *_oots and shoe*.   A. Mirabelli.  tlon are endeavoring to promote the in*  f qual amount lu onwe their team shoald | dustry in this province,, according to ������  statement Imado by Dr. 8. V. Tolmie,  Of Victoria, Domioion Veterinarr with  jnrlsdibtlon In British Ooluiubitt, who  incpmdauy wlthO. U. L Sharaian of  Ottawa, of the Heulth of Animal*  Branch of the governmeh*;, wa*i in Ores*  ton Friday and Saiunlwy ou the way *������'  and from R>kerta where they looked  over tho work of tlie anlmril inspector at  the glnco of'entry.;  To promo to tb 11 Industry, 2000 head  of sueop, composed of grade cues and  puro brod rauui, will bo sold at auction  at differeut poluts iu tho province, Vic-"  v'.U. czi OetsV1*B; w*w W*dkn������������n������t������������ on  the 10th, and Vernon on the 12th.  Tbe chepp -wlU he bwrasht*. frow Onlmvl'ti  whoto they are extensively rwlied.  Dr. Tolmie tuggeited tliat.OrMton  dUtriot, with, U������ large grasiy flat lands,  aud mountalna would bo very futorab'e  to sheep raising.  ytim  -?:?1  -.,;-'-:.,il  ilvst and Hold second, but according to  Ileid, ArrowM*nHh wiih fi*lv������n moro  trial** than tho rules allow and In this  Reid has tho backing of tho "'Sporting'  editor. This now changes tlio rct-mlt  of tlio jump, making Rotd   first and  plants will probably bo Instnlled through j Hunt nocond.   .rao. Ohorrington, troa-  tho Kootenay aarage Go. jmirer of the lulwir Day commlttoo,  roftlHUU luiVIU'il ovoik   t.lC   iaVami   auOiiiJy  (Oontlnued on P*ge #}  "Goo. W. Taylor of Lothl-ridgo **look-  Ing ovor tho land in this vicinity with  ... ^.\.mmm  until tho disputn wiui buttled and the  communication Is In answov to his lot*  mm nf ������������������*������r������o  j\ti-   a^..'        ."ti '  . .- ���������       ��������� ..-.'(   '��������� 1 *,,,>...   ..*������������.*J.,.I.. .������-  '''CSJ        mWMm_ A������.4.������      A44.4.      XSX.X.XX        .���������������.,.4������M������������.   .  ���������fjr the Canyon OUy Lniid*--*; Cfl*A|*iray  uos gone to Oranbrook to work tot the  O. IP, tt.  Baa*  ���������___���������_______!___������������������ ���������J- :;.������:";:v; ���������<,-���������-���������-.���������     -.-. ��������� -���������*.-.- - .'���������  ;:v.' >. ;��������� -.'��������� _ ���������    .  ?i  til  i i  I  ���������aua&r mXtjpft  \, iu.-;-; .--v-.-vv ���������'.  BY  FftEPM  j  ^RZVLQCK & CO., LIMITBID  -..  i;  ������������������Y-\ '   (.Continued.) ;;'"  ;\ CHAPTER XLI  ? - Home Again  ?   What do you mean by this? Copley  -demianded.������������������' ��������� ti*'-*'������������������ -���������"'���������'.'-���������.'���������'.-       ;-n-,ft^^;-:  The intruders did not seem to be in  the least abashed;      On the contrary  ihey had every evidence of being very  'sure of their "ground?      The foremost  one touched Copley on the shoulder.  Mr.. Raymond Copley, I believe? he  said politely. '���������'���������'������������������'��������� ���������-���������'��������� ���������*������������������      .;:\ -.v-.:  It would be foolish to deny it, Cop-  .Jgv  sneered. -        .     -   .   ���������:'���������������������������  ti'Vevv sjocd. sir. ths stranger went on.  And this .oth.er gentleman is; Mr. Fps:  '-ter?'"'"        '      "* ��������� ���������:.  Foster nodded uneasily. He held  the screwnriver he was using and waited for '���������' developments With a white  face and quiver..of .his lips  ti    That   being    so.    gentlemen,      the  stranger- said. I may as well introduce  . myself.      I aro Inspector Andrews of  Scotland  Yard   and .t.h.f ���������<���������  man 'Chaffey ...m the.rneighlrorhqpd -of  ^Covenl?'Gni?de_Y;^  _ lisf.'Srvltis'Vveii    the."  Nat'OiAS!   1**316- '-.. ess^&s^-i  ti phome? authorities? arid the^:h^e nyt?'  '���������'���������_ been?present either ? ���������: Bdstjles ?that  j.we can produce the agent wfto let this  louse and who has already.-.'-identified-,  you? Also we have taken possession  of the office of Jolly & Co.?;and your  accomplice there is in pur hands al-.  so. I don't think we (hiiviiB left any-  Ythln*3' undone. We motored to Seton  '[]?MaMor but you ���������liad'-jiist'-'-left'^be'COve'.'we'  ipgot there. We kept you .under obY  ffiservation till now? ?Come. Mr. Cbp-  }i?iey, _you j-yijl see there, is nothing to  'pbe gained by taking this attitude: 1  ���������i am: telling you this in fairness to  (yourself so that you may Know* what  , ?you;:hiiv8 to answer.. .:YY ?.;���������'-.���������  Copley said no -more; indeed thore  waSj.ao more to be said. All tlie  bluster aaid tight had left liim. 'He?  stood xjui*-e still; and? submitted to?  have the hand Guffs put; upon his  wrists. Foster; seemed eqimlly sub-^  dued. He advanced towards the;jn-i  spector's assistant, then suddenly I;Kei  lunged forward? brushing ihe. otixet  side, and darted through the front  door into the open air; Instantly :hb  was lost in the! thick bushes. Inspector Andrews shrugged liis shoulders. -..-    .-Y--Y-.    ..'?. ?."??  You are; to blame for. that,: heYssud.?  No. it is no use following him?just-  now. ..��������� - -"SYe'"''shall -olC:"4" Ki-ro. ut*.* iiAf6i*fi  the day is out? it is impossible for  him .to ?*jet away? Mr. Copley,; if  yon are quite ready we'll go back to  London?.  B-  nvv '.-iq���������������":���������-*  Yphentroable^  ?a'_hesj'ec2ensa?������jr''asy,;g]  disease apply Zam-Buk!  Surprising how quickly iteWeav  tlio smarting and stinging t Y Also'  cures cuts, burnt, sores and piies^g  ;.?2iw������Bt!kis nsadsssross p.-jre'Hss|:?gi  i* bat essences. Koani_������lfaH���������no   tj  ������a--.U,:-t���������.  .;-^ ���������'-...j.-. _-_ ���������-.   ���������    w������t_. ���������. .x t���������^ .li-L.-���������'���������.-, :*H  m 'AAniaerfcii pdieyni. .  c.iuc>i;uo.aiB,r;i.r.ai-.  ~"' '"'I \;yxbrttjjtotta^S&m.lifo*r)}whi^  "breath.  aijy&HashBssaitis  '.-<.,:������'������������������  housed. By seven o'clock his name  was ringing from one end of London  to the Other. At first the published  detailsY were meagre?; but the; extra  specials contfl-inecl fullertidings v They  snt 'W hav<* a warrant for the ar-! had managed to ?ferrPt?out some rac-  rest of both; bf vou on the enarge :e_ f ing partisulars andjtovintervjew Riek-  obtaining a large sum of money byi.erby. whe^was not ^ih the' least re-  means of a triok fi-oui Mr? Selwyu j ttcest. By ten o'clock Copley's ar-  and others in connection with ' nice; rest formed the one topic of conver-  -neetines at Mirst Park. The war-| sation in the clubs. His name ap,  rant was obtained-on the information i peared largely on every poster and  of Mr Selwvn. and vou will please]the South African millionaire found;  consider" yourselves ray prisoners:���������}.-Mmself-notoriou*.:-l ��������� ��������� ^- . ? ; >  " Anvthing vou say. of course? will be? The news even reached the ears of  taken in evidence against you. | May  Haredale and  her  friwid  Alice.  Copley cursed-  himself   under   bisj They   had  been treating   themselves  " himself? to the. theatre .ir.    honor   of    recent  ,.w-a fool he'^had been to c*m������ here. 1 events an I paused on their way home  The"matter. wonld^have been "bad I to buy a paper. There was plenty  enough if he had been arrested at Se-? tl> discuss "-as they p.nrtooli of their  ton Manor. -. But to be taken here. I frusa! supper and they sat till late  to he identified in this fashion at The ;^h the paper between them.  Noofc was fatal. There was "nothing I Vou have Md a lucky esca*?e.. Alice  for it in the circumstances but to try " said,  to bluster    ''"'��������� i -.���������*������>" tasner has. May    repuec.        I  This is an oufa-e he exclaimed   It;i wouI<i aever h������Ye married that nun,  iius.is an outAa0e, ne exciaimea. ������-t:wnnW have. srtArved fir^t.     I never  ts a mere r.a'e to extort money ir_as a?  man in- my  position.       Tou  haven't-   .,...,.  a scrap of evidence to justify a pro-' ll"'  **���������lf Jltt������X%'n'���������������,_ ^_--_r������   c?^   ������*,-_'. hope this terrible business?wou't up-  That remains to be proved, sir. tne.-: _^^ ^���������. >���������^ .  .; >-.'      -       -  inspector said quietly. I may say t ^L. Mli ^.v "!?Y ^-^ ������������������_ V._i_������������������'_-������'^������V  mat your accomplice. Captain Ever--| . ^J^-^^^t^S ���������hS 22  sleigh, is  already in custody  and  isllt,   Ance saia.  _   i^et, us  .qiuk aoqiu  vol^iteering all 'the information we] gSr^t d^^Sw hJ^ S  require.      We have also arrested the! ^|-,,J ^������^���������������^������g������.  "-., .   .-...-:;���������_���������    ;-   .- :���������-���������: -t ?=j My fortnight at jgEared-_le Park spoilt  ;ine. YY-.-. ;-Y:~YY?Y 't:YY-:.  It is not necessary to pay much  aboutMay's home-coming. Sir George  met hi_ daugnter. in the hali. lie  waited to say a. few; words to "Alice  Cardon, und then led il ay into the  library.' 'tititititi: titiZyti:.;^-  I hope you won;t? blame me.Ymy  child, he said. I can't say no more j  than that I nm exeei?dlngly sorry; for  what happened.. - It- wns only.;'after  you had gon������^ that lYreaVized what a  brute I had been. I must have been  mad at the time. , Y?Biit I thought-. I  was going to he nirried out of my old  home, anci to marry Copley���������oardon  me for alludins: to-lt���������- seemed suc'i  an easy way out of my difllculty. T  know now that women don't regard  these things from the same standpoint  as men <;'-i. And of course T believed  Copley was In a. good 'position. T  regarded him as honest and straightforward,   otherwise-'- ?  You could, not have, done that. May  protester!. How c'oiiId you?. When  you were ready to frill In with his  ���������but T won't say anvthlng about thnt.  All that is nast and done with fer-  ever. And    as      Harry      Fielden  paid, no man knows how weak he Is  till he Is faee to face with a great  temptation. It is enougli to know  that you regret all that has happened.  And so far ns I am concerned, I am  -inly too glad to got back to my old  home on 'iny le'nis,  1 You overwhelm me, Sir George  j murmured.  Oh. don't feel like that, T imnl^re  ! you. And now. toll me, what diffor-  | enee will this ma'co to you? T have  j hoard nil about the ptrriiu'e ������*tory of  i the colt :.nd how TTarry Fielden step-  | nod in to prevent disgrace to onr  house. Hut that does not alter the  I tnet th'it you owe Mr. Copley a grent  ''enl of money. T nnnnoae that will  '.. l\.-ive  to  be  pnlil   \vli..-tlier he   Is  cui*-  The village ..wise'?-man:'-''Was;/"h.Ol.ijLlhg  forth on? the subject of old. s$yingB?  and how often they proved true????? ?;;  An' ibokee 'ei*e, he \vent oh. decisiye-/  ly:������������������?There's������������������. that saying, uhitedSSwO  stand, divided we fall. r-JoW?-^ih't  that?truev It applies to eyeryttdiig  equally ?���������? We can just 5^?'-fpr-?;;'ctu'r'-.  i._Ives 'owtrueit is. Everything oheys  that law, whether lianimated br-'ohinai*"  imateid?- :-���������;.?.-.;:-':?;,', .;Y;':-'?-;Y-?'?>??-'?;?Y??  He pauSed for the applause; which  should iwve followed this display of  wisdoiH, but ueiOi*e it had come there  ;sounded?������J? '���������: soft; voice ti from ���������' a j?'iJarlc  .'corner-:' ..-Y-Y-'-,--.:/-Y-^Y;. ���������'���������'������������������'��������� ^Y;Y.;Y;.;j;..:-.?Vv.  Hiimphl It said sceptically.? What  ;abqut-a��������� piii: of :Steps?-:.?????;??  ' -��������� -" ���������������������������*aMi"i���������Ma mmj mm^^fm:   'Timail iai.1      ��������� -ti-ti ���������  Bew^ o-f pit^  ?;?-?''??'tM:C^tat.������TxM^r^  am mxrnirv n-ill ��������� eurolv dee.troxr. tlW. -san������ :ot':S5i*''-  iiriil" cwraulete!*- deraMks7 tlie -"-whole . #yirti*ffi '---'tiVliei,.''-  eateries It tbrovwli .Uio mucous., tsurtsceti.:; aiich  krluil-H shiiuWi ;ne\*er:.to������i-������iiea except-on pr^scrlii-  I4ors. rom repu*At)l& physickmA. 119 the dumxtr** -Uiey-  will 1J0 is,tea tola to. the cotxt vau can poaslbly. dft-  rtve from them. Hairs Catarrh" din*, mauuficturetl  l>y F. J. Cheney * l>.. ToleUn, O.i eiintnliiB no me^  ���������-������ii-i������.' nad is taken -ait*h)Bllj������v actniK di������������;tly upoa  tic blood ajiit miieoiKi surtacisi or to������ system, lit  bus-tnit H������Ur������. Ctitanrh C-Jtu lit.: a������re you get tu������  tltiRUlne. It is taken ipt^rnaily anil mtwlo in xoieca  ahio.by F. J. caieisoy *:Co.; TeatlniQBiRis iMa.  Soft t>5? "Oru^'-^s. priws, T5c~ !>������:.bottle.: ; ,: ���������  Tail- Hull's Family Pllla tor oocatniatioa.x.  a "iass of Ikino"  Parents Decided He Could Not Be  Cured. "Cut'cura" Soon Made  His Skin. Perfectly Ciear.  How Tailors* Sew on Buttons  Tailors double th^ir thread u$ed to  sew on buttons smd?make a knot and  hold the knot in the teeth, while they  twist tlie thread; then they; wax uit,  and that keens it twisted: Then tbe;y  put a pin across: the buttoh. and at tier;  the i-uttons are sewed oh they rentbye;  hwon't troubl- hs^ny more and I only   <������ this makes ^^^^.^^^  the garment. The buttons on cnli-  dren's?.waists should, be sewed;.on;  this way so more than one garment  can be -buttoned on the same, waist.;  S'ma'li but Potent���������I^rmelee'syeg-  etable FiUs are small, but they are.effective: in action. Y";-Their'.: fine quai-  ities as a corf ector of stomach; troubles are known to*thousands and?they  are ih'constant demand everywhere-hy  those who know whit a safe and siin-  pie remedy they areY;?- They heed:hd  introduction to those acquaitited Mth  them, but to those who may hot know  them they are presented as ffhe best  preparati.-.n on the market for disorders of the stomach. '���������':��������� ti:'..   Y ��������� ?  A Toronto n'an, Mr. Itobfert Mann, of 758}  Queen 8t. Etv.t, says: "Our boy was born in,  Toronto on Jet. 13, 1008, an<1 wh&n ihri-o  months ok* a slight rash apponrsd cr. his  clieek. What appeared to  be a water blister would  form. When it broke,  rnatt.fir would run out,  martin** new blisters until  hla entire face, head and  alioiilitiirs ivura a mass of  Hcab3 arid you could not  Hfio a particle of clear skin.  Wo did not know what  to do for liim. and trlud  about evftry ; advertised  ���������ri'mcdy without avail, !n-  Uncd Homo of them only  mlded to his su.'Ierlnfj and  one in particular, tho   lti'int'dy. almost put the  Infant into convulsion*.  Tho family doctor pre-  ������������������(���������ribf'd for him. This did  not do any good, so wo  took, liim to a no.ipitul.  Tie was trf-atod its an out-patfont twice a  wc������k and ho iroi wors^, if aiiytliina:. Wo then  called In atiotlinr doctor and insldo of a wcclc  the boy was, to all apptmrancivi, cured and  the doctor Htild-hls work was done. Hut tho  vory ne*;t day It broko out. as bad as ever.  "Wo decided��������� that It could nut lie curi'd  tn.1 must -\:r. Itr, coiir:;.-" and .-..���������j -.���������.������������������* Ju.^t kiipt'  Ills anna bandaged to His side to prevent hia  teurini? hla llesli. Tho Cnticiini Ki'mRdicn  wero recommended. Wo started usini? them  In Mav, 1000'. and soon tho cure was complete,  ('utlciir**. mado h!:; akin perfect!;,' clear and  lio In entirely ,freo from tho skin disease."  (SiBned) Robert Mann. May :i, 1010.  In another letter, dated Juno 20. ion; ho  ndri.s: "My'boy has never had any 111010  trouble sinco iisiriB Cuticura."  For mon*'than a (feneration Cuticura Soap  arid Ointment have afforded the most sur--  ������:enRful treatment for ������kln and .scalp troubles  of lnfiuits, eiiildr-sn and adnlU.   A hIi'ikI������ -.et  1)1 ofti-ll  nlillirii-iii,.      Ali'ui4iii;h   hold   by   lirui;-  What time is it?  I don't knov.'.  Te.rj't "our watch ���������'oin0'?  Worse���������It's  gone. . -;������������������ Yti  ti[ 'ti!������::ti$f$ti:0$^w^  [.Z.-.Few orhame.jii^?w&rri  vare purely?.decpratwe^siwe?,are ^ac-tr-S  customed to"'���������'h'ellW_U-v.'-;.!;-,i&nsos������Vevery^I  ^fantastic ipart,;;6t;th^.^hra:vei'. '^htiw[0tii  symbolic; "and;;a^such;--^  :;?>y the orilpok_r;;and;;-St^i^edobHthe;?^  ?proud podsesso^;.Y;;Y:.^bAi?.wii^^ ���������  -pecially ;-of.r-tUe-;?ieaLl_!^!2^:;?he^^''.^  iknown'-.as;-theYw.a''^bohti"et^;^  '.lament sto,i-id,Yfpr,%fc^ ?  .ibterdepeudehce^hdYirva- uot?dlrecp|;  ;comieeted   with  the;"SU"p^ru^t^  ;were so many of the .rndian^?s^bols?  Y;?With the.-'"_ m'dh*is;?.t1^^^^  ;;giiired tb'','.^ak_.-'the-'^p.U9'e:t?\yOT  eveQ by the man Zwhb ;^sh-d?titf?|>psi-  js.es.s it, but its manufacture ;d#ehtl_a'  oil   the   as������iiitanee ���������Q,f?^.,tt\lft-i_iyYi:__p0'i-gb^Stfi  A! sort of ckuy;^.ap..^vti:s?ii^^d'^  ed deersidh? with ��������� a ������������������nap'?"hah'glug^b"e-:.t  ifind;?a border:of falded?sktu^bout?the|;  edge fornted the   foliiidatlbh ^o������?wthe  oi-owii of gol.deivengle feathers-.Jwhicli  were fastened so as tb stand, ufirisht  ;*?l>out ihe ?wearer's?lieadY?'?-fea^  of  these teatu������jt'H?5tbbd?for;?aYm  the tip of hail* fastened" to the?feath-  ors and painted redY repres^hted; -the  hian's  scalplock;   ??i3efore ti??feather  could  bo ?fasfcehed?-.oii;o-tii;er?hb^^?.a'  sias in us t. .'coiti h t hi h Ho siora ' \yhioK--; eh?.:  titled him to 'wear,-th*^'-fc"atAi-^.?������.nd'&&[  ^.h'*^!*    "lilt,*.     fr������-' ni-Auai,..    fl,'���������-.-f_f������tl.4A*v-.-f/NW-  use in decornting: the 'VarYhorihet.  When a warrior; couute>l hl_l8 hbubrs?  he held up; the feather whlchr-vvas:to  repveaent them, saying;: In such a?bat-  tlo I did this, etc?,.,Y^At?the? .cbnclus-  ion of the recltalf ti the:-;iekHier? ?:wa.S;  iifinded to tho iuiin:who was;;inaniiia,c-  turing...the" war bohhet? ^flib then?piit  ;Uie-feather ;;ln-'lts;.!>^6pe*r^  m*������ny of these?.!b6hhe'ta'''i-cbht&lhed'''S'0?  or more reatliers. and?as^e&^feafher  rbust have; au i-honor; cbiihteti; upbh it^  and: no honor eohld be counted ftwlirje."  "the manufact-irer of a bphhetRequired:  several helpers and the task tiobk  considorablo timia-^oftehseveral daysY  ^trlps of ermine, arranged tb f^ll byer  the ears and cheeks;Y?were? fastenisd  ;tb the bonnet. Theei*haine;;re  ed a-lertness and skill -jn-eyeing? p_Tr;  suit, a bird or some ptheivsyinbolic  object conld be fasstened oh?the crbwh  of the stollcap. ? This object ;v^  generally some feature of the ma  vision through������������������''i.Which?;'hb;-^ljeliey._ii?"he'  received siipern.">tiiral aid in time of  ;iieed. Sometimes theYflap was eiri-  broideredY^/lth * Porcupine work or  painted with symbblic designs. Songs  were sung during1 the .making of the  hoiinet. :....-./?-.���������.���������.;-:- .,.- ?  i?"-Before" tlie advent; of the horse  ciinong the Indian tribes the flap of.  the bonret did not extend below the  wrist, thus avoiding "iriterference  while walking of th^e wsarin0* of other  ornaments; but ?after1?;the horse? be^  came plentiful the flap; >-as extended  to a man's feet '-'.when,- standing; when  the man was- mounted it lay? on the  back of his horse. In; former times  a inan could not deck his; leggings bi*  aliii-f   iiTil-li    *s   frlnffo   nf.  l.-,in.'   <.v#������^ATif ' Kv  ^.....^       ...v.������. .... .   j. . * *���������������, ^..   x. .      ........ , ,". v^.v*v. v. AA A*   . 14 J-  the consent of; thei warriors?-Y;;Hph-.:  ors had tpbc cotihted :,o*n?.:the?st'*_*.au;b^;  of ha,ir ?"Vs on':��������� the?feathers?' used?; in;  malcing the war bonnet?:/therefore  each lock or tuft of .the:fringe :;stobd  for a ���������vya-r?h6nb-r; -ahd^no ;hbhbr cbuld  be counted? twice; ; It wasYthis ; custom that: made garments of -this char-  &cter so liighly valued; The hair for  the fringe was generally furnished by  the maii's?feinale relatives? YsEach of  the locks forming this frihgewas usually sewed in a heading:/of skin,  irequenfly ornamented: with quill "work.  lUC,   A 60.0*444      A^l       L  f^S?������_f  s  -_3Ji      BBS  ���������a_-.-. '-_e<!         . BMA.f.xz&fyiv.:      a      1%  im.0mmcm  tr/sg.  K&yz^,iv:ti<a<m-i&  mmmtix^tiu^tim^^^ti^atijtiyatiti  tWGllIFTT rUMDAMV 1 IMIl^  feK_3NTO,^N3_l  Minard's  Liniment  Cures Coldsi?Etc.  Proof of an Old Adage :  The First Cornet Band of Plain-  ville, was giving its regular Saturday  nieht concert on the four corners, just  previous to calling on the merchants  for their weeklv payments on the subscriptions for the new instruments.  The bass drummer, who was the  local cooper, in an absent-minded moment busted a hole in one side of his  instrument, but kept on the job.  HI Higley, who was among the assembled populace, listened on for  awhile after the accident, and said the  music was proof to him of the truth  of the old saying that two heads are  bettor Ui an one.  H ?^ The p^ never know  the  iKY.dlffA������"jU4ties.'?���������������>__��������� y^xai_ih_ ? experienced ?by; their predecessors in the  Ye&rlier years <whepnb:;Oue��������� could get a? carlbitd o? grain shipped in  Y bulk except by lb;id The system forced  ti- theYmajbrlSy:?_f -fariners Ctb sell? their?gra!:ri'tb: the elevator owners  BHl.afc;.yarh^tw^ heavy dockage and  i?bth6r:annbyances.;c Now however  ?the?diBtributiph bT Yars a^ and the use of the  Mr loading platfor-fn? the farmer to secure  M'[ ���������satisfactory, 'trea'.^f ntfo^ and the highest  HY:^hi*i*ket^prices at tiaiecfvsalb?     T^ypry?farmer therefore, should more  rSYana^mpre eudeavo^ siiipping his gralu  S;?tb thb;term of the farmers' free-  H ;,dbmlu di-jp^ih^-e for himself.    If  g? farmers refr^ freelv. it might re-  ffl ?euityirx^.itsYbeliigYd^e-^awayZ/with, hecaur^raiiway companies anoy  H-.:?.'ele.v,atbr:''?bwh^ It is easy to under-  -;stand ;=;why: ^lev^to*7;-jpeople? desire-:the  leri"lih^g  platform  sbsl'shcd.  ������YThe ra'lw^": ^ the loading of ears  H;' and; heVps/;-^ to be nonsense.  gag y.beeause'.- j^&miehuy after.;'^car^ ;airs; iokq������q;Ywhether wiiu grain, coal  H - lumber or?other,ihe;?^ for days and even  .yeeks ih8tead?bf?h^ to destination.      it  is euginb; sho-tage -tid shortage; of competent tralr men that mostly  yr->Hcp.a-^am-VlockadeB^ of cara.    l4et every  farmer?ther9fore^?d platform and he-  ?cpThe  ah, irdehei������de-"t?^shl*oher.?^���������'"^Tu^-'suhfe'enu^nt  advertisements ve  will state ihdetaii^vt^ of direct load  ing: Into e^  ? ? v?e;?hahdi>3 -^e far^ oh bbmnilssion, make liberal  advances on car bills ot lading^ ^uperrtsf?tlie: grading at time car3  ���������; are;:jnSpGC^eu.'.yse^uro^t.vMo.v^nA^AA" tLimv c* oZ.\z a-aaau juoao  prompt?retnrris w>ieh sold?? ?;Wrtte?as-l^ instructions and  :.market" :ih formation;'' *;;'?-;?;��������� ??i:???'!?:?YV^?v?;;--'?���������'-:??''���������:?:'           ^n.n^X..- '     AA   .41.  .���������.  U.CJ     JJAXOOIAAS. ��������� A*A    , LUtSttt;  ancient and honorable decoriitions is  obvio\1!?; since TJncl<?-Smq -h?.s so rigorously forbidden war.      ?  The teacher had been reading to the  cl ass abo u t the great forests of Am erica.. -  .   . .?;..;'. ti[ti" :'   '  And now, boys, she 'announced,  which one? of you can tell me the  pine that has the longest,and sharpest-needles?        y, -.  Up weit a hand in the front row.  Well T~mmy? .,  The porcupine.  ���������J|5  701-703 Y. -OaAlS  2XCHAN6EY  r������any  A|-Pft*_.|  YlWINNlPEC-CANADA  Y??- ���������'���������'���������'-.'��������� -'-John?Alden?^xplajn^  ?'l ��������� am   ah  instructed^^?d  said.-,- . '.'.'.'.��������� ;<������������������--^vY'Y-'.v^,--YY??;Y.;:?7:-!/cAxMk  Not unaerstandihg;politics;;"?Pri������-_  cilia manoeuvred- a^stampede; ���������?: ? Y?  A  FOOD CONVERT  Good   Food  the true   Road  io   ricallii  May���������-Girls, what do the papers  mean when they talk of the seat of  war?  Ella���������I don't know any more than  I do what a standing army is for.  Bell���������-Why how ignorant, you nro.  The scat of war is for the standing  army' to sit down on when it gets  tired.  Ma, what does d a stana ior:_  Doctor of divinity, my dear* jjon't  they teach" you the common ahbrevla-  ... , 1���������  ������_���������^������i  tlUUS    IU    il.liuui.  Oh,  yes;   but  that  don't  seem  to  o<r������itrar1   y-^tDrli-h   horA m  WRead it out loud, my dear.  My Dear' (reading)���������Witness���������I  heard the defendant say, I'll make  you suffer for this, I'll be doctor of  divinity if I don't.,     .  MMMMMMNaaMll^iManal  Every man has a hobby of some  kind:      What ia yours?  Keeping away* from foolish .people  who ask me that kind of question.  ?Y???-?Y?Y?^ent Par Away  ti .YTbatYdft you think of this scheme.  ;pf hayihg the countries exchange chi!-'  :dreh^;-:;????:?  ,  tititi:Whatv's;thb idea?  *"  Y?A^?Ehglish family, for instance, ex-  changes.children for a. couple of years  with:a Geruitiu family.      Thus both  sets of children get a chance to learn  another  "anguage.       References  are-  exchanged and all that sort of thing-  It's an elegant scheme,      My neighbors have a kid that i would" like to-  see  exchanged  with  some family in  Siberia.  Do you take any regular exercise?"  asked the doctor.  Yes. of course I do.      I walk from  my r.utomobilc to tha elevator every,  morning and from the elevator to.my-  automobile every evening. .  idat:t and dculrrs throughout the world, a  liberal samriUi of rr.cji, with .T-'-p. book on  the skin, will ho ncnt. free, on application to  ���������*-*''������������������*'    wivin.     mil    ������������vi    ri.iii,    liu   ,    VU    ������4V1������|*|I_***.������V*I     l,W  I*ottor DniK ft C.'licm. Corp., 5t* Colurnbua  Ave, Boston, U. ������. A.  THE WOBLO'SWQRK DEPENDS  ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION  From the captain of industry to the  hod carrier���������from milady iu the auto to  the woman with the scrubbing hruiili������������������  tlie accomplirihuientii of every one of tia  depend absolutely ou the accomplinh-  lucuU of our ���������touiacu/i. lucked by a  jmkkI digestion, a man can jjive the beat  that U in him.    Wheu his tUomacli fail*,  , 4 ,. '  ue uecuuica ������ ..^m^..;;-.������.  To ihiti loon of power no one need  ttubuiil. Ri>.jht hiiiiii." 01 CAitiut;,  drinklncr, nleepinj������ and e_ercl-f,e, aided  by N.vDru-_!> Dy.s|jcj)������.i* Tabletu, will  restore and maintain the full efficiency  of the human mind and,body.  Na-Dru-Co Dyapepaia Tablets contain  tha active principles needed for the  ri,t-*ratinn of .-very UinH nf food. They  go to the a-mUtauce of the weakened  aloui-jch, and enable the fiutTerer, right  from the start, to aa-muLUlc aud pet the  f,mm,m*i.    r\r     ,'n*    f4^^VAi     mmmrnrn. *iAv*^il,   4l,*������  auMistance, the digestive orffana regain  tWlrtone, aadaoou tk������ uaeof the tab Seta  ia no loncM" neceasary.  If your utomach ia not workln*; pre-  t*tly, try N4-Dra-CoPjr#p������l������ilJiTahicts.  %*t. at Tour HrurirUt'a. National Drtir  and Chemical Co. ol Caniuia, Uiuiitro,  virtod or not,  Oh, nertiilnly. Sir Oeorgo nnswered.  ; But my lnwyer snys It will bo Rome  1 I'mo before T am called upon to nay  j tin* mmiey. I Imd il loiijl IntiM'Vlew  -with him this morning. Everybody  I knows now thnt nnym'in'l Copley Ih  i no millionaire nt nil, thnt lhe in an un-  '. Hcrupnloim adventurer who punned  i hltUB'-lf olT ns n wealthy nuin In ordor  to carry 1 ut Ills swindles*.. From a  } telegram 1 havo Just received a good  j many fn������'ili details cinnn out this  I morning when Copley wan brougl)) up  i nt How Street. The muRlRtratn evl-  ! dently thinks it. a bnil case hecaiiHO  I he ri'tiisi'd to allow bull, II. will lie  I two nr throe nionthfi before Coploy Is  I eonvlcled. and during the Interval  ��������� ������r\,n��������� nf his eredltors are miro to make  1 him hnnUrupt. They will nntiirniiy  , in* aiiJiUnii. to iviiciu* i.oiue ot tin1  ; ;i!"inder ami there .ire probably never-  i nl thoiiHiinrl ponniliH In the bunk l>e-  j HldcM nil the Htiiff nt Seton Mnnor  I und other plnros. It will lake time  I to InVfHtlKiite these thliiRH, nnd pon-  i Hihly the Hiiminor wllj bn ovor before  tin-   TJuukvuiiW'y   olllcl'ilfl ask   im*   to  {itiythlf*   money  to    Copley'w    rutnle.  1 And   Ioiig*   Iwfure   that   the   Hlenliidm  'olt will Ii<v4> v/on the Dorhy.  (To lio Con.linieil)  ������*������������-,���������-��������� V mm*  W.  N.  U.  01S  VV'hul   dlil   yon   do   with   Llie   nlnuni  , luume'.' mild'd I)a������i    inipcrlnti'iidi'iil    of  ' the liiinbT mill.  ���������������%%.���������   ..  .11   1 .1 .    ������__i... ���������,,,. 1..    ������\���������  vou   menu   thnt   thar   olo'eloek?       I  >, l-ahoned   It  off  nnd  throwed   It  uwuy.  i lt won't, li'-iti time, nohow.  The pernicious habit some persons  still have of relying on nauseous  drugs to relievo stomacu trouble,  Keeps up the patent medicine business  and helps keep up tho army of dyspep.  tics.  Indigestion���������dyspepsia��������� Is caused  by what Is put Intc the stomach In  the way of improper food, tho kind  that so taxes- the btrongth of the digestive organs they aro actually crippled .  Whon this state Is reached, to resort  to tonics Is llko whipping a tired  horse with a big load.' Every additional effort ho miikos under tho lash  -linlnlslios hla powor to move the  load,  Try helping tho stomach by leaving  ���������off hoavy, greasy, Indigestible food  anil take on Grapo-Niitn���������light, easily  digested, full of Btrongtli lor nerves  and brain, In every grain of lt. Thoro's  no waste *.)f tlmo nor energy whou  Grape-Nuta Is tho food.  "I am an enthusiastic user of Grape  NuLb und consider it an Ideal food,"  writes, a Main man.  "I lind nervous dyapopnla and wan  all run down and my food soumed to  iju in- liiit little geed. Worn ri.ndlni/  au advorUtitunout 1 tried Gniiui-Niitri  food, nnd, aft or n few wooIcb' steady  uno .of lt, felt greatly Improved.  "Am much fltrnngor, not norvoiiH  now, and can do moro work Without  fooling no tired, and am bettor ovory  way.  "I rolinh Grnpe-NutM bent with cream  and une four heaping teiiHpoonfulH uh  the e.oroitl part of a incnl. I am sure  there nre thounanrin of persons with  t. Li;;;i.i;:!i   li</ij.;.������;    iwiu   i-. ;/;;'u   ~i:   Li.-ih;  filed by using   GrapcNutn.        Name  given by ������������������.'ii'.idlan Postum Co., Wind  nor, On 1       itmul the little book, "Tlio  lload lo Wollv'llo," In pligs.    "Thi^ie'B  a reason "  IT...,     .....    Al.. -1.-... I.U.." *  riew one upbear* from time tollrrie.  They are genuine, true, and full of  human   Intf-real.  Aged With Waiting  Algy had promised to take his best  girl for a drive, and had been round  the various livery stables In the town  with tho Idea of hiring a horse and  rig.  Unfortunately, all tho horses wore  engaged, except ono exeocdlhgly  oh.aky, hcoken-down veteran. Rather  than disappoint his girl, Algy hired  the animal, and drove IL round to the  rojllonco o'f his beloved.  He rang tho hell, anil told the, servant to tell hor mlstross that ho wx.i  rendy fov her, Tho answer ca.ne  buck that sho would bo down In n  mlnuto.  After a full hour's wait the fn'r  lady appearuil. Sho lookuil ut UiW  liorse, and then Hho looked at Al *y.  Sir, sho cried Indignantly, I refuse  lo go 0111. witli u bioliiiii-iluwii old  liorke llko thlB.  Madam, ropliod Algy. with biting  sarcasm, when this horno flrst camo  round to your door ho wan a prancing  young colt.  John had boon vory disobedient'and  his'mother, with a sad face, callod to  him to conn* nnd receive Uio punish-  me/it. that follfiwi-d iin lnfiingement  of thnt particular rulo.  Just one minute, mother, heggod  John. Ho knelt down bonldo his  bod and In a vory onrnost voice ������ald:  Oh, Ijord, you've often promlncd to  help nn when wo noeilud It, Now's  your chanco.  rnmmpwG  ss  ^tw       _^**%L" A ���������  ' * "  No^wadays, when wo Imaglno thnt  we're being hammered a Uttlo, w������  tlihilr of .**- fr.llnv.* of onr .������������������.r.iji'.r.Jnia.hr..'  who hasn't yet told hlu sick wife that  he lout hit"* Job more than a month ago  ami  then  t.hlngii look belter!  Natural History  ,      .      ..        - ������      ...l-ill,.      Tl.,11      Ht.mnm  T think that I Hhould rear one:  hut If they ever turn ono loono  IM r.ithcr Bee t.ltiin h/������ar ohm.  A highgrade chew for  those who want something better than usual.  "Empire Navy Plug" is  aa exceptionally; choice,  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You  are  sure  to likti  "Empire Navy Plug".-.  AIX UVE DEALEESHAVEIT-  Asicvoims,  H    ft  mmmm  iWMHwaailWW-MWHWIi  '    A  f*mmm**m^mm^**m*timm^J!XJa  . X  > 1 i iiiiii.iai.iii  iilftffflrtifiitM  w.giaaa������sM������^  i������  ���������H  n  *mX  m '**->"'-"'TV:  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW  /-i-QTrC"!"** aM  ������** -������*-'  jwy.iwtpi dnura  -TT  J  I  1  ������___������_  ���������U^ "-WW..  American and Canadian  Scientist- tell us the com-  jhion house fly is the cause  of more disease aiid death  than any other agency. j  WINCHESTER   GUNS  AND ,AMMU-  The   First     Choice. of   Experienced  H u titer fe  Name over  ���������hunters  fi _? war,  iv  kill all the flies and  the.  disease germs too.  U  r^FZttSJImr&StimCrSmiaatav^^mm.  ~'%^&^m^^  and ammunition they use, and'you will 1  ; find tha1, most of thero use the famous J  1 Wincaes'.er guns and ammunition, j  Why is this? Are such experienced j  men actuated by sentiment ln buying;  their shooting equipment? No! thoy  want guns and ammunition that they  "know can be depended upon, and in  making such a choice lies the reason  for much of .their success. , They select Winchester guns and ahimunition  becaus-1 they know they are absolutely reliable Then; too. Winchester  guns and ammunition are made in  calibers and sizes for all kinds of  shooting, which gives a full rant'e of  selection Another point about 'Winchester ^uns and ammunition is they  are moderate ln price, although unsurpassed in material, workmanship and  finish, Tho oft used expression  "Shoots .lice a Winchester"' Indicates  the general opinion held of Winchester firearms. It should be a guiding  stone in ^electing an equipment for  fall hunting.  jiSS       MOOMEY MAKES THE CRISPEST.    *���������  With   the Ebb Tide  They who are young have all the hope  and cheer,  Because their course is   with    the  flowing tide;.  But those who sight the end of their  career��������� -.  Ah, wio can tell what    hopes    in  tnem h-ive died?  * TFTovi* Time has wrecked their castles  in th-* air,  They, and they" only, to.the utmost  know  "Whose nrosnects once were very, very  fair, '  Because,    indeed,    ambition    made  them so. *���������  "From   oui    <jut  lives   Lucy   sluwi_y   slip  Hardly observed, in silence, one by  one:  1-ven as slowly, at the close of day.  Behind   the  hills   drops   down   the  golden sun.  \They drift from native shores as In a  dream,  Their thoughts and faith upon the  other side.  And yet, how brave the dear oil veterans seem.  JlTijAA- ������ "ir Whs        AvriaU-,-.UJVV>.i'  Ueir'al'v  Dus to Ovsrworsrsiisl  Worry--A Toiic is Needed  - Overwork and worry give rise to  nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches,  lack of ambition and lack of interest  in your work, Weak back, indigestion  and sometimes a complete bieakdown  On   everv  t  ^im_\ _������������������ .  V i^.9_^H  "i^flT  CREAMIEST BISCUIT H  - - - ��������� ��������� ��������� i,    , i ^  "    v "LET SyiOONEY DO  IT"  ** ��������� ��������� ���������- V  Thousands of people all over Western Canada are letting  SyaOONEY make their biscuits.  "They have found that MOONEY'S  BISCUITS are just a  little crisper, just & little creamier, just a little thinner, just a little  more appetizing.  MOONEY'S  BiSCUiTS are just good enough to take the place of  the product of tho home oveni   Use  ss j?*^. ^*%_.������?__ b  r-_r  SODA BISCUITS  or uie usivous system,  hand.y-u find victims of this,Kind and  often thev do not know what to do  for themselves. If these are your  symptoms you need a tonic, and the  only way to tone up the nerves is  through .he blood, Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are a direct nerve tonic because  they enricl. and build up the blood,  and it is tnrough the blood that tho  nerves are fed. Under their tonic  influence nervousness, with all its attendant evils disappear, and tue worried sufferer again enjoys health and  strength Proof of the value of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills in nervous troubles is given by Mrs. Lara Scheving,  Lundar, Man., who says:���������"3 was attacked v-th nervous trouble which almost" dove me -to distraction. It  would be almost impossible for words  co describe my condition. -The least  thing wou'd startle me and leave me  Wnose ratetui course is with the! trembling for an hour. I tadd nerv-  /��������� ebbing tide. |-ous headaches. .and slept very- badly  1 at nights, some-nights not at aii. I\Iy  appetite grew poor, and I was really  a physical wreck. I had been to  several doctors and had taken many  different medicines, but without any  benefit. Then I read of a case similar cured by the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and I sent for a dozen  hoses full;" believing it would take  at least that many to curg me. You  can judga of my gratitude, however,  when"!   round  that after" using only  Made in the big sanitary factory* in Winnipeg,  The biscuit that's good for every meal of every day,    In air tight,  dust proof, damp  prootpackages or seaied.tins, ���������  Mlnard'a  Liniment   Cures  Cows  Garget   In  Growth* of ���������*���������** Game  Ptaseball is adopting inany innovations. ' -  What now?  In addition to ..nine men playing  "ball, ii is -"ov considered necessary to  have a couple of cbmedians in uniform on rhe side lines.  What  for? -  To detract the attention of opposing  pinvers.   . * ,  Um.  If that's the trend we'll  have a female sextet.  soon  if  h* t-1 H tree  JFVeed From Bearing Dcwa  Pains,' Backache and Pain  in Side by Lydia EJPink-  ham's Compound.  Toronto, Ont. ��������� * 'Last October, I wrote  to you for advice as X waa completely run  down, had bearing  down sensation in the  lower part of bowels, backache, and  pain in the side. I  also suffered terribly  from gas. I took  Lydia E. Pinkham's  VeoretableCompound  and am now entirely  free from pain in  back and bowels and  am stronger in every  way. I recommend LydiaE. Pinkham's  Compound highly to all expectant mothers."���������Mra. E. WANpnv, 92 togan Ave-  nuc, Toronto, Ontario.  Conoldcr Well Thin- Advice.  No woman Buffering from any form of  female troubles should lose hope until  She has given Lydia Ij3. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial.  This famous remedy, the medicinal In-  fjredlenta of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for nearly forty  years proved to be a most valuable tonic  and invigorator of the foiiml������ oi-gu.iir.ni.  Woman residing In almost every city  and town Jn tho United States bear  ���������wJ I lih g testimony to tho wonderful  virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound.  If you havo tbe altglitoi-*. rlouht  thatXydia TC. Pinkham'** Ve*-reta������  |>le Compound -will luilp you. writ**.  to I-yclla Jfj.Pinlcliam Medicine Co.  (confidential) JLynn, Mann., for ad-  vh'o. Your lettor-will l>e opened,  ���������read K*Rd aarrwerad by s, ir������m"w;  lutd held iu strict couUdeuco.  ing the best of health, and have since  remained well and strong. I used  the remainder of the pills among my  children when lhejr seemed out of  sorts, and have foimd them at all  times to be the very best of family  medicines." *  You"can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills tbraugh any dealer in medicine  or bv mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' M.-*_lcine Co.. Brockville, Ont.  and  skirt, but  She had a dog  Pua-zSe;   Find the Dog  Solemnly the clock struck eight, Mr.  Smith jumped up from his chair. Mrs.  Smith had been expected at six p.m.,  but had not returned. Peeling nervous, hor husband rushed to the telephone ^nn  called up the police.  What's her description? asked the  constable.  Er���������er. stammered Mr. Smith, about  the averigc.  Wliat was she wearing*? came the  query.  Er���������I think a  coat  don't know the color,  with her  What kind of a dog? asked the officer.  "Back came the answer, *��������� pert and  pat:  Brindle bull-terrier, four dark patches on bodj', shading from grey lo  white, round, blackish spot ovor left  eye, white snub of a tall, three white  leg������, th*** while front one nicely brindled, small nick on his left oar-���������  That'll do, gasped tho policeman.  We'll  look for tho dog.  But just then both Mrs. Smith and  the dog turned up.  All Night with AwLhinU, Rvcryonc  knows how attacks of asthma often  koop thoir victim awake the whole  nightlong. Morning finds him wholly uhflttod for a day of business, and  yet, business must still be carrlod  through. All this night suffering  arid lack of rest can be avoided by  tho prompt uso of Dr. .T. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Tlemeily, which positively  does drive away the attacks.  Buffalo Furs  Out m Western Kansas one still  frequently sees an old Dlainsman drive  into towa covered with a buffalo overcoat or a buffalo laprobe in the win-  tP*1*        f-lTVIt. -������Xf\*..f\mf.m J... fPf.Zf>.        ..^.V..^..  -��������� - ���������*-* v aa.* ', V. . WA , A.AA.A.A-AI. A^-MVK.  are  becoming  very  scarce  and  in  a  few yearo they will entirely disappear.  There was a t^me when Kansas furnished buffalo robes for the world.  No well regulated family on an Eastern farm was without one. They  were not only very warm but reasonable in price.  It was the Kaw Indians who first  marketed buifalo robes. Later manufacturers, seeing the vast profit in  them, made them by the thousands  ard supplied the world. But the  manufactured or patent tanned i-obes  d'dn't last as long as the robes tanned  by the Indians. In fact, tt is said  that the robes now in service wers  those tanned by these Indians many  years before the white men began to  tan them. s  The Indian women did the tanning.  They fastened the green hides to a  set of frimes just like" grandmother  us-3d to fasten, her quilts to, when she  made them. The squaws would then  take a blunt instrument, resembling  a hoe, and work off all the flesh and  membrane- from the hide.  They called it fleshing. Then  they would- rub the skin for several  days with a heavy, smooth surfaced  club until all the grease had been  driven out of the hide. They used  no chemicals at all in tanning. Only  hides from buffaloes killed late in the1 i  winter were used in making robes, as  the fur was then heaviest.  Before the Kaws threw the robes  oh the market they used them in making mocs'isins and winter clothing, also for covering their tepees. But  when a market was established for  them and the Indians could get' real  money, or real food or real whisky for  them, buffalo tepees soon disappeared,  from tha "eservatlon. _ 1  ii ime    aiiiiuaisi_raiiciL������_a  dhiows  <U_11LV_?  VkmVVx  irsiajny, styles of IbocJy tibat  our Oglhit Dalwery   Car.  we fonaaM  ���������R������1Ua40*������1  for  v\  J  Useful In Camp.���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will  find" Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil very  useful In camp. When the feet and  legs are wet and cold it is woll to  rub them freely with the oil and the  result will be the prevention of pains  In the muscles and should a cut, or  contusion, or sprain be sustained, nothing could be better as a dressing  or lotion  22 T-2 H P  . 4 L,yae  Water  Cooled  Motor  With  Dow  Magneto  Price of Car with  above body   lettered as you   requite $1300,00  ^\  f.  O. b.  m       jf������_4_. -j>_i^4a  m^liSUtftl,  Get Catalogue and information from  Kmx  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO.,LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  Keeping His Word  She���������My husband promised me that  T   should   never  hear  a   harsh  word  fro*u him in all our married life, and  I never have.-  Ho���������H'm long have you boon married ?  Sne���������Lot mo see.     Just two diyB  and four hours.  Maypole Soap  *.-������_  W������ahe������ nnd dyaa M  one operation, giv*  St leiiif trlttibly  e������n.  blight;,  fail  wool, ailk oi mix''  lurr*. 24 eolau,  will fgivii ������t*y ������H*tdc.  Colon* 10c, pluck  15c ������lyttuiikJ������'������  ott-M^p-wUhb'k-  l������t "How lo Ufa'        ft 105  I  ttam   f, i, UtKtlJIDT ft 00. Montr****!J  yW,*acra.,gJ!iL'^-. .'���������  ������ mui..mmmm*<sL.  W.  N.  U.  91-  U������i** for ,Chin���������>*������** Tninple*  In Canton and Honai. thoro aro a  largo number of totnp^oH to tho memory ot numerous doltlos about whom  nothing c*. vory Uttlo Is known, and  tho only thing ono ovor hoars of thorn  Is onco a year, when tho priests aro  colobitttlng tlio birthday ol tho god or  othor festival, Tho new government In of tho opinion that, without al-  ioriHiinn   imi.iir   o.j'iii.jji   iV.'   CCl.r.iV.ii'   III  fooling many of thoso temples could  bo put to a much moro uiioful purpouo  by being given Into tlio blinds ot tho  , educational commissioner to turn Into schools. Tho matter is rocolvlng  uttontlcu and tho funds hitherto paid  to a number ot la?.y prlcstB and caro-  UiKul'tt Im lo bo devoted lo I'dnc-fillon,  Alfio tho many coIobraUouH hold on  tho birthdays of tho various gods aro  io ho ciuit'i'lloil mid Um <>iily fcstlvalc  of this kind to bo hold arc .tho Contu-  clau celebrations.  Gray���������Y������s, sir; it Is proclous hard  to collect money just now. I know It.  Bray���������Uavo you tried and failed?  Oruy���������uu, mo.  rV.%V>"        TT"!','*    ;?"    *���������">"    l"W-.������>'    ll.rt.l      *1>ol  money Is hail to "collect?  Orap-��������� Because several people havo  tried to **olloct off mo.  For Servlcos Rendered  Proud and pompous, the doctor wub  bLi*_HinK dov;n the street, when he wpr  occofltod by a poor woman.  Good-morning, sir, remarked the latter.  Good morning, madam, roplied the  medico.  I expect you're making a good thing  out ot, attending to that rich Smith  boy? suggested tho lady.  Oh, ynr. a fairly good foo, ropllod  the doctor, somewhat angrily.  Woll, whispered the lady. I hopo  you won't torrent thnt' It was my Willie who threw tho brick that hit him.  Protecting His Stock  An Italian who kept a fruit stand  was much annoyed by possible customers who mado a practice of handling the fruit and pinching It, thereby  leaving it softened and often spoiled.  Exasperated -beyond endurance, he  finally put up a sign which read: If  you must plnchu da fruit���������pincha da  cocoanut.  Apropos of tho numerous accidents  that bofall foreign submarlnos, Low-  la Nixon, tho omlnont flhlpbnlldor,  said at tlu* Union club In Now York:  Two French   government   officials  wero once discussing naval affairs.  ,   To what account, said tho first, had  our new siio-marinc*!', ilm   " nnu    ?C!  host bo charged?  To tho winking fund, of course, was  tho reply.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper**  ��������� ��������� *.  Referendum  The Jiidgo���������Havo you anything o  eay as to why sentence of tho court  should not bo pnssod on yon?  Tho Coiivicteu���������liotoro youi* <"n������ ���������������������������������.������.  I'd llko to submit do ijucstlon of mo  guilt or Innocence to a voto of do  people. '  Is your daughter going to practice  -       ���������        ,, i    ....- ...  Oil      UlU     t'l-l.lW     1..A4M     H.I,l.|..Ull������.  Vi-**!,   T  rblnk  no.  Well, thou, I'd llko to borrow your  lawn mowor, I'vo got to cut tho  icraus some, anyway.  Little Jack waa struggling through  his home lesson and there were many  signs of woe and perplexity written  on his Impish young face.  Ma, ho began, in rathor a quavering  voice, what does hor-c-dlty moan?  Mothei wasn't nulto sure herself,  but was sufficiently artful not to say  so.  Well, John, it's���������or���������-It's something  to do with what you got from, your  father or mo.  , Little Jack pondered dooply for a  few minutes a Suddenly a look of  knowledge���������the outcome of post unhappy oxporloncos���������appoarcd on his  countenance.  Then Ib whipping heredity, ma? be  nslrod.'  Difficult  Mr. Asklt-rAnd how do you like  keeping a diary?  Mlsa Cabbolgh���������Oh, It keeps n\o so*  busy writing about what I havo boen  doing that I do not have any tlmo to  do anything to write about.  DODDS '',  SIDNEY-  ^_to___?r  *mwmsmi������mm^aamXkM^amtavaaa*xiiai^^^^&  ^B/mTmKmti^^^Bmmmmmmm^^^j///^/^  "ooooooooo.  Backache Means Your Kidneys <__*  Want Help! w  Tho kidnnyi- are amotiR tho moiit important orRanti.  Thoy uro moat subject to jjorioda of depronsion, imperfeot  nctlon and lowered vitality.    Invariably, thoy ipve tvara-  inp, m iim luiiii  of  b.-iokncho,   headache, pain-j in fli* ,������������������������  jointn.  etc.    Wise pnople,   earctul   of their health, not ^t^B  quickly when any of thcno nyniptoms nppour.   Caroloss  ^^  or Jjnsv-Rolni*; pornonn often pormlt a Blinht atTootion of *r*~_V  -     .   ��������� }l>o kidnevato crow into acute or chronic kidney trouble, *mmm9  t>. _. a i  i   ���������     !     mnorinK the nliuniy-Rivon waminRof unlirnlthy kidncyn. _^-^.  ���������ott T(_n'-Ule,P'? ������'!v0n inactlvoluclneyaby DR. CLARK'S aWEE*- NITRE O  11L.IA.   Ihey oloaniio, tono, stimulatei nnd rcHtoro tho kidneys to normal vigor ^���������'^  in quick time.    Sold everywhere at fiftv oenU n box or mailed direct bv      44  <"*"���������>_  TNE MARTIN, BOLE & WYNNE CO., WINNIPEG, OAN- ^"������  GO C_>C^C^c^OOOOO OO  t������_rf.  n  Nover, no Never  Conductor���������-You'll havo to pay for  that child mum.  Fare���������Indeed,'I won't young man!  I nover *avo yet, and I ain't a-goln'  to begin how.  Olai uarBon, working in a warehouse, , hacked into an elevator shaft  and foil down five stories with a load  of boxes. Horror-'strlckon, the othor  employes rushed down the stairs,  only to find him picking himself up  unharmed out of tho rubbish.  Ess do boo mad? ho whispered cautiously. TaV 'cm Ay had to coino  down for nails anyway.  Qualified  T)r,  ynii  Irn4-.11,   Mia. nniiifr. nf  nn  ���������"���������"th  my Uoy? askod tho Judge.  I oui*:ht to, sir, replied tho boy. I  was caddy at your golf club ono season.  Tell mo, said tho customs Inspector,  havo you anything dutiable concealed  about your person?  , Woll, uimo In a weak voice from  the palo paBsongor, If I Bwallowod  anvthine of that sort l can astmrc you  tliiii t liuvim'l.  Matchmaking Aunt- Well, Mr. Airy  still tiilkiii'' of providing my nloco  with a Kildud ciigu?  w- A'vv���������On thn eontrnrv, T wns  asking Lily how sho would llko to  uy wmi mo.  Aunt���������oh��������� I see; a sort of nnrnplanc  woddicjr.  Amazing Man  He's one of our most successful fl������  nancloM,  That so? I dldu't know ho was  rich'1 ��������� -, -  ,  Ho Isn't. But lie's supporting a  family of five on twelve dollars a  week.  TTonloy���������How aro you getting on,  with your writing for tho magazines?  Ponlcy���������JiiBt holding my own. Thoy  send mo back au much as I send  thom.  A little learning is seldom as Uau-  gerous as a little Ignorance  w'j"^!*'**^'*^*^^ I- ",'*wr_*w??**i'yi*"i*iw'**w^^  lOo ���������   lift.  ���������������.....*., . 4k ..._ *..* ^.. m.),*, m .\.xmm1m.1Xml.l*m  miKXV ta iim OWKlINAl, and BEST HAM������  Of.1T.AHWW.     Will M-aaftV* PHN Mai MMlM  AAtnllklaUiA,  Bl.'i||^  lM������M������M������aMMM_-_____a____a__aa__a_ii__i__a_  WHUIIIIAAJU.MMMA. V-0* "'"���������'.'"���������sf���������i ,t*!*i ���������**;' *��������� ?rt  mm  Published every  Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Oreston Print-  ji_ and P���������blishisig Company, Ltd.  "W. B. McOiiUBK  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  oulatiag iu nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston district and  SSBChins 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 *oer line in succeeding weekB. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest- and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  iij8JTOfc><������!^fe������<_^_gS*i,/i^gfeJ  \������������  ____ ������ TBI-  mum  sts  rir'Tnifir  ld������ bCOd fUULO  CCoatiaued from Page 1)  through all of the proceedings was  that over-irrigation is as disasterous  as no irrigation, and irrigation without scientific cultivation is equally  disasterous to the success of our  farmers.  And although science, as yet, has no  set rules for the amount of water to  be applied on different kinds of soil  during the growing season, still it has  been   demonstrated,   that   in   places  .V AAA7a7i3    V    ������������CTS    X*Ba71/      A-**        rtCAWll JAV-'A       A4.W**"*  Lad been practiced, 1_ acre foot per  acre _ro_e������*>"'*' a^nKpil and cultivated  gave the best result.  As a result of this investigation our  water act was recommended for drastic changes and a stricter government  supervision endorsed. An other resolution ot far reaching importance, and  which could be profitably utilized  sven b***   the   Oreston   distric'-'     -was  TAOOcoj-8      Mkl-tirbrT   fr/v   i-Yia   firiQ-TiJAlncr /irv&  the provincial govenment) of organ-  azed communities fi>r installation of  water systems to accomodate present  and prospective growing demand.  For tree fruit and certain root-crops  *W6 prscieve our district needs no artificial irrigation but for berries and  certain garden truck an insurance irrigation system would be of incalculable value.  In noting conditions in most of the  fruit localities, it is deplorable to observe how general is the shortcoming  among us farmers in realizing that in  matters of business we are hopelessly  behind our bretheren ih other callings  and until we fully realize  this  and  choose professional men to handle under cooperation that part of our industry, wo are doomed todisappointment.  Comparing Creston distvipt with that  of other fruit districts in our province  the general expression on the outside  is that tho Oreston disrict is the fruit  district of the future in British Columbia as nature has favored it in climate  location and available land for cultivation,   that it only remains for its  citizens to bo progressive and combine  business with its natural advantages,  ���������when it cannot help but force ahead  to tbo lending position.  Yours very truly  O. J. Wigen  our religion, but the Roman Catholic  church wherever it has the power, invariably iimits or wholly takes away  the religious liberties of others.  Orangemen have no animosity toward  individual JRouan Catholics. They  believe a Roman Catholic should have  the same right to worship God according to his conscience as any protest-  ant, and would protect him in that  right, but they do have decided objections to the interference of the  Papacy and the heirarchy in civil and  political affairs.  The speaker claimed that the Roman  Catholic church is  a  great political  institution, and quoted from the  canon law of the church, from Papal en-1S  cyclicals, and from speeches of cardi-  a  n������l������      anA     o-r.A.lhli'lw'l-ir.tia    ������>_     rvr_V_   hlS : ������   ��������� r~    ���������'    f~~   ��������� JB  statement. It is against this continual interference in civil affairs, and  this continual grasping after special  privileges, that the Orange,Association made such .strong objections. The  Roman Catholic church was not con-  ������2**.  The Leading  Hotel of ihe  j Fruit    Belt  I Our   Gu  Cati   <Aaa.in  \ /OU will make no mistake  Y when you get off the train  *if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  )       Headquarters tor Mining aien,  E   t        ��������������� "���������***���������__*���������    _..    *r������..������,������in  -uuniDernien  and Commercials.  "���������^���������yg  LB. Moran  __. __;.-. ^    *.!   ^rtTlJLV    ������������������ iVtS    ������'^*J*dT tti������  i_je_d_td Tiitr TaM* ^q  ffi������Ui������.il     ������!iS-*     ��������� ���������������������������������.----  Agent   for   Semi~Ready   Tailored  Clothes���������Gents Furnishings  She asks to be set on a plane above  them and be singled out for special j .���������  favors. The Orange Association, be- s  leived in the separation of the church  and the state, and that there should  be equal rights for all religious denominations and special privileges to none.  In dealing with the second principle  Mr. Whiteley stated   that every Orangeman was pledged to maintain the  connection between Canada and the  Motherland, and Was therefore an imperialistic lines in  the Dominion  of  Canada.    In closing his address the  speaker referred to tbe progress which  the association was making.   The best  year ever seen was 1911.    89 new lodges had been fissta'bjished in the   Dominion, and there has been a net m-  crexse in sjembcrship of almost ten  thousand.     In British Columbia the  membership has doubled in four years;  There is every   indication   that 1912  would be a banner year in the annals  of the association.   At the conclusion  of the address, a hearty vote of thanks  was extended to the speakor.    A vocal solo was then rendered by Mr. R.  B. Staples, after which the meeting  was brought to a close by the singing  of the National Anthem.  Make your living rooms cheerful for  LJ_e wiutci. mOuiUS w1ta.aU viiS  i&Ki  Ox  GUt  Special Stock of Papers.  Over a hundred patterns to choose  from.  Rich  Reds and   Browns   dominate  this season.  Also Browns and Greens are very  popular.  Over a hundred patterns to  choose  g������ffiffisa  xiOui.  T>  xxices uery reasonable.  La****  IVOlVll      J-AyilUl^^&JiWi-      ^><^**    <m*  %.  J^fmrmtmi*  M.    xx\Jxx*a'  %-/ A.  ���������SSi'g-iif-������--'-*'*-^  a  a  tii     ������6.  ranster, Livery ana .reea oiaoies  (tsest equipped Livery in Town)  a_11 class cf TURNOUTS supplied at snore notice.   The lutes'; styles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  a>n/.i_:i.������  I^J/ATAAAAAAAW JT ������  Feed for sale. Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co. Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any hour of the day or night.   Oommerciil men and landseekers, will  receive prompt attention  Hi  _  8  Hi  -_*  1  1  H. S, McGreath. Prop  _  h Phone 56  *5? -   _..���������  '"'���������'^.'���������-S'SjgiS^raSiS'&a'rgg^'S.-^S^  Sirdar Avenue  ������50x14  w  2  km  rw?  w-jtarljg'p &  J^iatF  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commls ���������on Merchants  ___J  NELSON  _9  payer, who wishes to examine the rol.s  most go to the Office of the Assessor and  Collector at Nelson. "When the Court  of Revision sits at Creston next; time,  the Assessor and Collector will no  doubt produce the Rolls at th9 fittings  and they may be seen at that time.  I am sure you will understand  that  the Assessment Roll must always be  accessible to the Assessor and Collector  in his office as constant reference to it  is necessary d������?iog his ogice hours.  I have the honour to be, Sir,  Your obedient servant,  John g. McJCilligan,  Surveyor of Ta^es and Inspector of Revenue.  |iill|ffi(9fi|i=Pp  If, Madam, we could/ take you right into our  Model Bakery at the Mill, where all our tests are  made, you would see_exactly what we mean when  YS-VX  Ployd Rodgers and mother, Mrs. 0, O  Rodgers, left yesterday tor Spokane  where Floyd will remain studying at  Gonzaga University.  /    m  Tax Roll May Always  Be Seen At Nelson  ORGANIZER ORANGE  ASSOGH TALKS  (Continued from Face 1)  ���������same. The people aro the church,  "With Roman Catholics, the Roman  C'.at.hnlir* ������*liiiw*h nn������l jh������oii1i������ nro not  the name. Tho Roman Catholic church  is nn organization above and apart  from th������ people. The people belong  to it and obey it but have no part iu  determining itn policy. Ho Muti-il  that the Roman Catholic people may  Jim Johnson has romovol his bridge  crow from Kitchener, where their -work  has boen finished to Balfour en Kootenay Lake.  I  we say. " Robin Hood Flour is Different.  You would see how favorably it compares with  other flours in respect to color.  Its superior quality would be plainly visible  to you.  Yoiu would quicker realize why you are to add  more water than usual when using it.  The bigger loaf made by it would lie before you.  Seeing it, you would note its closer texture���������no waste.  Tasting it, you would admire its finer flavor.  Jn short, you would surely decide that you ought  to sjtart using Robin Hbqd plour rfght away.  But, Madam, if you cannot cpme to our Bakery,  we can help you fa have better paking Results pf  your own.  ;  . Use Robitj jtfood jFlpur yourself. an<J prgye th$f  ^hat we claim for ft is true.  We supoly the flourrquality. ^e  Give thev giiaranteQ, It \k yp tg ypq  to get the benefit.  Have you asked your grocer  about our Money-back-guarantee yet?  AJli  A#1AA  .I    44,  Victoria, Sept. 5,1012  T. M. Edmondeou, Ee_.i  Creston, B. O.  Sir:-  I havo tho honour to acknowledge receipt of your lottor of tho 37th ulto.  Any tnxpayor of tho district haB tbo  light to oxamiuo tho AssofiHincut Rolls,  in tho office of the Assessor and Colllc-  tor at Nolion, nt all convenient office  hours, for a ruauouublo tunc. Au tliu  RoIIb must remain in tho Asses-tor and  Collector's ollloo, and under htB oburgo  it follows that thoy cannot bo moved to  Creston previous to tho Court of Rovifllon  It is not reasonable w expeot that tho  4->frtr������������,"i T'nlln nnr*ti hn  o������Ttrl������il iiroillKi   tlie  tiy&XsW   tsSttt.  tuxy not Interfere with thi* lav'-reiM* of  EXTENSION OF  TIMJR1  NOTICE is   hereby  given that the  time for the reception ot tomlors tor tbe  I'nnHirin.ri'imi nf   I.iih    *r!r)l,i,iiu   TThiImmm  B. 0., BrtMiIcwator, is farlhuv ixtended  to Tuosday, Ootobor, IB, 1012.  By oi*i"l or,  R. O. DESROOFHiiHS,  Sucretary.  rioimilini'iit, of Publlo Woik'",  ..v>  RCBIN HOODniLLS,   Limited  Calgary floose Jaw  U_fl tflllj...  1  noniN hood  A-.i^Hallli-l^l  ���������>:..w,'!:l-i'Vi:;.,  MOOSE JAW. SAK.:  IHOODiM.  fittiw1"-  For 5ale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  Province for Inspection, and any Tax-* ���������27848      Ottawa, August 11,191*2  r*aam$ nf ���������������")'  KY shouit! yuu j^������i yotu joo j)ilfiunj������ clone away from your heme town  when It can be done here in just as neat a style ss anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices. We will have your  work ready when promised. CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  ���������Jf** ri.**** %.  &���������:."������������������  ���������BU  mmm  am  t^iiiiiii-iiiiiiiiiiBimiii v.'", -  *******  ���������-    c*'   ������������������ *.l '  j i������tLi-i>������iiaaA.^a������B������w_jW>iiBW>qaBWBW  1 ���������-    Z   O   T   1jj  >^_i;.i?S_ _  ���������*���������**" i ^**\7^i_a* fiSHs!.  SUFFLEHSNT TO   -HK CKBSTGN, B. C��������� BBvIEW.  ;���������; ������������������������ a -S"    a������"*sfn*'*'������44-������������Tfi������������  D'KU'A'-  rJL_lJJiJ-������iifA.^  19     401*3  ���������A.A,    mm mm  jjLQTS 206 and 206A���������SALMO  TOWNS1TE.  ta:  . ������X SAT F  OF I AND8  JL   mCXSmimS. \mjJTV JL_* JL- V-** A, JL_**._    Sa, X   ^  i/M  For Unpaid Delinquent  Taxes In the Nelson Assessment District.  Province of British Columbia  Name of Person Assessed  Description   of   Property.  ^2?  m. CD  _������(_������)  "-*��������� ST  ���������25"  e> ���������������  is  m m*  to 1-4  as  s*  o  2.  ������i  _  (0  g������  ���������"?g  <_ 9  i-3  o  ���������*>  X hereby give not.ee that on Saturday, the 12th day of October, 1912, at tbe hour ot 9 o'clock a. m., at the Court  House, -Nelson, B. C, I shall offer for sale by -public auction the land hereinafter set out of the persons mentioned  -hereunder, /for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons as on the 31st day of December, 1811, and for interest,  costs and expenses, Including co3t of advertising: of said sale,   if  the total  amount ts not sooner paid.  FRUITVALE SUBDIVlSiON���������3oing  in Township 11a and 12a, Lot 1236, Group i.  Name of Person Assessed  Description  of  Property.  >*3  id  if  o  ITS  3  ���������  to  a>  ���������1  fl>  CO  If  S3  6J Bl  ���������3  O  Green-wood, Charjes. et a! Block 69. Tp. 11a and 12a. Lot lfc36.    $.40     t*2.8S     $1.88  50.20  S5.2S  KASLO & SLOGAN KAiLWAY GRANT   LANDS���������Group   i.     Kooienay  District,  i-it _������2f- Group i, Kootsney Distriert.   Lot 3, Blk. 16, of Lot 222. O.I,  Turner, Mrs. Anthony ,.... Lot 21. Blk. 2   Payant. Olive D������%ie   Lot 6-  Blk. ft   Mitchell,   Agnes    '....Lot 19.  Blk.  3   Cole, H. C ; Lot 20,   Blk.  5   Watson, H. A Lots 14 and 15, Blk. 6...  MoLeod.  Mrs.   B Lot S.   Blk.   11   Lindow, Carl W.    Lots 1 and 2,  Blk. 12....  Stooke, S. G.    Lots 9 and 10,  Blk. 13...  Archibald, C. L   Lot  15.   Blk.   13   Carpenter, Chas Lots 21 and 22. Blk. 13..  Turner, Mrs.  Anthony   Lot  4,   Blk.   21   Smith, Lillian, and Scanlan. Mary Lot 8,  Blk.  21   ,  622  .85   -  .56  .25 ���������  1 m  ' g������6  622  1.00  .05  LOU  2.05  622  .25  .20  ������ , ���������  1.00  ' 1.45 '  622  .38  .30  a                       ��������������� ��������� ��������� ���������  1.00  1.68'  622  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  .40  ���������                           ��������� ��������� ���������*  1.00  1.40  622  .82  .74  .05  1.00  2.71  622  .50  .40  ft.-:  ���������B   4*1  1.UV  1.95  622  .60  .40  .05  1.08  1.95  622  .25  .20  * *                       ��������� ��������� a  1.00  1.45  622  .50  .40  .05  1.00  1.95L  622  .85  55  .25  1-.00  2.65  622  .25  .20  ���������.        ....  1.00  1.45  CRESTON TOWNSITE-���������Ssbis a sub-divisors ������f Lot 525, Group I.  Bast,  F   Johnson, J. K.  ���������Clark,  Thomas     vo.       **       -v-a _.������������_* ._  XXUVtlT.    *CC    IKWUVAitO  ��������� ���������������.���������������������������������>������������������������������������*  10.03  5.00       1.30  -u  ���������>������������������������������������������*���������������������������*  ���������*���������������*-������������������ ������������������������������������������������������  .30  .15  2.00  2.GG  8.6Q|  5.50  Let SS, Greup I, Kootenay District,  Johnson,  August   Blk. 7, Lot 98, Group I, K.D.  o������ Lot 304, 4J.I., K.D.  of Lot -D4a O.L. K.D.  Boy, John   ������ Blk. 228.  Paschtlnskl. Antonio   Blk. 231. m. _������v .  Johnson,- William  .S. % of Blk. 235, of Lot 804, IS.  Wailey,  Mary  B Blk. 274. of Lot XH. <_roup t, K.D.  Walley.  Mary E Blk. 276,    " ~ ~"    "  Kellogg,  Leonard G.    Blk. 2S4,  Kellogg, Leonard C    Blk. ������S������.  KelloKS* Ijeonard G.    .* Blk. _     .._.....  sstocknammer,   Simon ihe most joasterly part or Lot 367,  ���������being 6 Chains and Sa links by 160  "chains     Walton, Cf. H. Part of Lot 367.  S5  10.24  17.11  .snc  _       .     6.235  of Ix������t 304, GvL, K.J>.  12.84  of Lot 904, O.I., iK.D.  6.06  Of lAOt 301, O.X.. K.D  6.0C  Sti, ot Lot 304, 6.I., K.J>.  9.53  Fltzgeraid,_C.  Violet  rtuscrort,   v������a H.   .....  100.00  the most Easterly  26 chains and 25 links in width of  _.  said lot.  excepting thereout and  therefrom the most Easterly six  ���������t*-eJ ������������������       .- ��������� J       OC      fll-^tv^.      X%x *.mm+xs%mm fjAA gltm  ���������L-littjUlJa    <uiu    ***���������������    A>Atn^7    ^A*������a -out. ��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������   vvu,vu  .Block D, Lot 526, Oroun I, K.D.     5.00  _jj. -U.J ������}.w. ^4   ef Lot 1*69 JC3rou��������� I  l*^.. mWJm ������������������"���������������������������������������������Aa,*.-,********.!-.* . ��������� m ���������������������������������������������>*     X2U.VU  Edwards,  John    Block 6, Lot 2548, Group I. EJ).....   10.00  Wilson,   E._F. Part of Lot 6027, Group I, KJD    15.00  i-eierson.   jumii    Block 1, Lot 5079, Group I, K.������>     S.G0  MaeKenzie,  _>.  A.  and J.  A Block 12, Lot 6820, Group I; K.D 30  Mitchell,   Geo Part of Lot 7876, Group I, K.D    20.00  Coze, B. and G. Part of Lot 7876. Group I, K.I>.    12.00  Adamson,   G.    Part of Lot 7876.  Group 1, K.'D    40.00  Partington,   C.  T Part of Lot 8081, Group I, K._>. 316.50  Bleaadcll.  A.  W Part of Lot 8076. Group I. K._>. 160.00  WUkinson,   Ed Part of iLot 8370. Group I. K.D    14.00  Bleasdell, A. W. Lot 9������X). Group I. Kootenay _>lst-. 160.00  Bleat-dell, H. T Lot 9401, Group T. Kootenay Disk. 160.00  Bleasdell.W. H Lot 9402, Group I, Kootenay Dist.. 169.00  Grafton.  Josenh    Blocks L  2. 4.  5.  6 and  7.  of Lot  9403, Group I. Kootenay District.. 120.00  1.62  .50  1.12  4.25  7.01  1,92  ������;io  9.10  7.2S  10.00  7.50  10.00  5.00  5.00  O rt_  %JmV\*  .20  3.00  3.00  5.00  32.00  16.00  5.00  16.60  16.00  16.00  12.00  .05  .05  .05  .20  .25  .05  .45  .40  SK  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  91V>  3.67  2.65  ������1?  6.45  9.26  3.97  li50  31.50  CM  .40       2.00  4.96  2.20  i!������2  .05  .78  .78  1.30  2.20  X.OU  .60  .40  .40  .20  .20  .05  .16  .15  .30  1.50  .75  .30  .65  .65  .65  .50  2.00      15.05  2.0V  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Cory, Mrs. Maud     Faas & Crawford    Loist,  F.   4..'   Reil. Clifton 5������   Rell, CHfton P.    Sinclair,   K   French, Arthur E.  ...  Toung, Mrs.  Mildred  Genelle,   P ,  Olsen.   Chas   Johnson, J. K.   ,  Poole,   Sydney    ,  Hutchinson,   Hudson  Bailey,  Samuel N.   ..  Marione.   Pletro      Fulljames,   Egbert   ..  .Part cf Block 3, commecing at the  . iNorth-West corner or Block 3. in  the Township of Creston. thence  East two hundred and eight feet  and eight Inches, thence South  thirty-three feet, thence West  two hundred and eight feet and  sight inches, thence North thirty-  three feet to point of coir.mence-  XJlL"il I       *������������������**���������������������������������������������������������������������������.*.4,        a,.*.*   < , . iiaiiiii  > ��������� X51 *-������*_'ilt      -*-V       ���������iiii(ii,i,������ri,,iii,i|ii|,iiii|i  .Lot 1, 7 to 9, Blk. 23   ..Lot 3.   Blk.   23     ..Part of Block 25     ..Part of Block 25     ..Lot 4.  Block 21      ,Tf.x   -to    xyif.m-1.  tx>  ..Lots 14 and 13,  Block 441   ..Lot 9.  Block -49a     ..Lot 1. Block 50 ....:   ..Lot 5,   Block A      ..Lot  32,   Block A      ..Lot 33.   Block A      ..Lots  4  and  5.   Block  D      ..Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, Blk. D.  ..Lot  7,   Block  E.���������   5.00  3.30  .85       1S9  i.6T  UVtjrOTa  X 1YIA  2 64  693a  4.00  2.64  8S4  2.97  884  2.50  1.65  693a  * ��������� a *  1.65  693a  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  1.65  693  7.50  4.95  693  ���������   .   ���������    A.  .   .33  693  2.25  1.38  693  1.75  1.13  633  1   ��������� * a  .33  693c  1.00  .66  693c  3.50  2.31  693c  3.00  1.98  693d  ������  *  A,  *  1.65  693d  6.00  3.96  890  .25  .16  .30  .30  .15  .15  .05  .05  .55  "20  .10  ".ffi  .25  .25  .05  .45  l.OO  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.G0  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  7.94  7.94  4.12  5.30  2.70  2.70  14.00  1.38  4.S3  4.00  1.33  2.71  7.C6  6.23  2.70  11.43  1.41  )',.  DOW'S ADDITION  TO CRESTON���������Being a subdivision of part of Lot 524 and part of Lot 891, Group I.   Lot 6,  Blk.  2.  Dow's Addition 851            33          1.00        1.33  , Lots 8 to 10, Blk. 1. Dow's Addition 948            3.00        2.00         25 1.00        6.25   Lot 13,^ Blk. 5. Dow's^Addition...... 851           ....          .18          l.OO        1.18  , Lots 14 a-iiu lu, Blk. 5. Buiv's Auu.. ������51  Young,   Hilton      Rell,  Clifton P   Dicker,  J.   E   Lowenfoerg,'   Guy   ...  CRESTON   TOWNSITE���������Lot 525, Group i.  Pawne,  W.  A Lots 10a and 12a,  Blk.  E   Peterman,   H Lots 9a and 11a, Blk.  E   Norman, W.  Grisnold  , ������Lot 18,   Blk.  3,   Barton's Add.  890  890  S93  Ml  .AO  01  .42  .85  .80  .25  .56  .52  .05  .05  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.67  2.46  2.37  1Z.4-J  9.60  7.20l  6,52  2.30  5.94  5.93  8.60  35.50  18.75  9.50  18.65  18.65  18.65  PROCTOR TOWNSSTE-  feamraons, _\  J ,  -Being   a  subdivision of Let 309, Group I.  2.00       14.50  B. C. SOUTHERN  LAND GRANT���������-Lot 4595.  Norreys, H.  A Block 4, Sub-lot 20. Lot 4595      9.51  Dean.  Harry    Blocks 10 and SSL. in Sub-lot 20. of  Lot   4595    13.86  Rankin. Walter E Sub-lot 98. Lot 4596   320.00  Kellogg,   Mrs.  Adal Sub-lot 111.   Lot 4595   453.00  Craig,   John    Sub-lot 88, Lot 4595  382.14  Griffith.  Ida    ;....Sub-lot 90, Lot 4595  160.00  KITCHENER TOWNSITE���������Being a subdivision of part of Lot 2548, Group!.  Shannon.   John    Lots 5 and 6.  Blk. 1. Lot 2546 688 .40  Hill, Chas.  Plummer   Lots 12 and 13, Blk. 2,  Lot 2546.... 688 1.00  McGarvey,   Hugh    Lot 18.  Blk.  2.  Lot 2546 688 .38  JHill, Chas.  Plummer   Lots 4. 5. 19, 20.  Blk 3.  Lot 2546.... 688 2.00  Lynch,   D Lot 7.  Blk.  3. Lot 2546 688 .50  KASLO & SLOGAN  RAILWAY  GRANT  LANDS-���������Lot 812, Group  I.  Robertson,   Wm.  ...Sub-division of Lot 812. Blk. 100....  4.75  IG.CQ  120.00  120.00  44.00  16.00  .i.  1.71  .56  ,20  2.00  .40  2.00  5.40  2.00  5.40  2.00  2.00  2.00  .TO  2.00  S.S5  127.40  127.40  49.71  19.31  Sub-Division of Sub-Lots 6. 43, 44 and Part of Lot 784, Wynndell Fruit Lands  MaoFarlane.   John .Block 30a and 47 .  ������A>X..,.A_,       AAtt. V.U       ............................. .A44nl3b -  734.       A^AWJO.      .AA.  Craig,  John   ....' >. '. .Block'33   ~D\f.f.        />m���������m.X     1CI                                                          '             '             ���������            "        Trt       JU,       pWlr    9������  ������������m^������0.     -v^.������*A������.������    mm, ������4,     75,., iS-U-w*.   Cm    .* - - -  ^ ^S^^^^jr^-^^^^^-E^^Blo^^  ��������� *������������������������������������������������������������������������      a LitO      20.07  .. .������..-. 9.52  ������d ��������� _ ��������� <*mri\juvm,    *������w  60.00  28.00  24.00  sn.cn  --.10.00  2S.00  2.10  .70  .84  1.05  .35.  _  2.80  1.00  1.15  1.20  1.40  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  66.90  23.70  27.99  84.25  ���������12,75  Bruce,   E.   a Sub-div.  of Lot 812,  Blk. 137   Angus., Curry    Sub-div:  of Lot 812,  Blk. 1K0   Leveqiie,   Edith  M Sub-div.   of ^.ot 812.   Blk. 171:   Acres.  9.85  9.31  9.31  9.SS  9.85  10.00  10.00  10. GO  SlVl  10.00  Lot 891, Group  I.  Thornton, Agnes  Wilson, Jennie .  Crawford,  W.   ...  . JjOl,     O,       J>lOClV     V,       4-IV.l      OVA   .Sub-lot 5,  Blk. 1. of Blk. 14.  .N. E. 10 acres of Blk. 22   .50  10.00  3.00  .25  S.75  1.98  h'.n  1.00  1.40  .05  1.00  2.C5  .  1.00  l.GS  10  1.00  3.10  ������������������  1,00  1.50  .45  2.0C  12.4o  .45  2.00  12.4C  .45  xi. W  12.4*4  .10  2,00  5,:io  .45  2.00  12.-15  .25  2,00  7.23  .05  2.00  2. ������8  .65  2.00  17.17  Bartholomew,  J.  Lot 892, Group I.  .S. % of Blk. 3L Lot 892   20.00      11.25  3.15  .Go  2.00      17.05  Lot 4592.  Paulson,  P.   A , '. Sub-lot 6,^ Lot  International Lumber Co.   .' Sub-lot 11. Lot 4592  International Lumber Co.  .Sub-lot 14  501.20  570.00  .1160.00  International Lumber Co Sub-lot 15    2747.50  Davis.   Leo Part of Sub-lot 18      15.00  Western Canada Fire Ins. Co Part of Sub-lot 18     70.00  Armstrong, J.  M.    Blk. 3. 4 and 5, sub-civ. Sub-iot 16.   29.25  Grafton.  Joseph L.    : Blk. 6. of sub-division of Sub-lot 16  30,00  Armstrong,  J.  Mc Blk. 10, Sub-lot 16, Lot 4592      9.65  Grafton.  Joseph  L Blk. 13,  Sub-lot 16. Lot 4592 .23.35  67.70  57.00  116.00  274.00  6.00  28.00  47.60  12.00  13.40  9.20  01.25  .58  2.73  4.64  1.95  1.30  3.05  2.65^  5.20  12.35  .30  1.40  2.35  .60  .65  .40  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ft /_*������  6.W  2.00  2.00  2.00  74.00  61.55  123.20  288.36  8.88  34.13  5G.S3  16.65  17.35  12.49  Dole, Lemmel R.  Churchill,  F. L,   ,  Churchill, F.  L.  Churchill, F.  L.  Lot 12*37, Group I.  .N.W.   Vi,   S.E.   Vx,  Sec.  9    39.88  .N\B.  M, Se,c.  34, N.  %, Sec.  35,  E.  " % S.E.  %, Sec. 35, W. Mi, Sec. 35,  S.W.   %.   N.E.   %,   Sec.  36,   W.   %,  CJ   _**������������������������      1/     d.A      Orf?      rriw.      ia      T  _*,    innrr        -t������T_\n /w\  ���������kj.j^.    74    ijw,    tiVt     *.&.    J.**,    JJUL   XXtO- ��������� ��������� .iUW.W  .S.E. Vu N.E. Yd.-, atid N. %, N.E:  " %.   Sec.  1.   Tp.   36,   Lot 1238 120.00  .E. %, S.W. %, Sec, 22, E. %. Sec.  22. All Sec. 23, S.W. & iN.W. %,  Sec. 24, W. %. S.W. %, Sec. 24,  W. %, W. Vol. Sec. 3. W. %. N.W.  ^4, Sec. 13, S. Vt, Sec. 3, N.E. %,  N.E. %, Sec. 1. W. %. N.E. "54.  Sec.   1.   W.   %,   Sec.  1,  Tp. -36 2168.00  .50  12.00  .30  6.ST  1.65  .30  1.35  .60  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.-L0  <s5.2a  16.25  TO. Ad  COLUMBIA ������. WEbT_KN   RAILWAY   LAND   GRANT-Ut 4598.  McAllister,   Mary  Hopner, Alex. E.  ..Sub-lot 61.   of  Lot 4598  ..  ..Sub-lot  65.  of Lot 4598  ..  16.46  9.00  16.00  LIO  .to  .05  4i.UU  2.00  3.16  A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 58a���������Being the    FAIRVIEW   ADDITION   TO    NELSON.  Registered  Plan No.   266  KUcllne,   Margaret  E Lot 8, Blk. 3. Lot 5Sa..G.I...  Taylor, J. B Lot 8 to 12, Blk- 15,  Lot 58a   Colbert.   John    Lots 23 and 24, Blk. 22. Lot 58a....  Rimmer,   Thos Lots 1 and 8,  Blk. au.  Lot 68a  awi  McLaren,   G. G Lots 4 to 6. Blk. 33, Lot 58a 26G  Colbert,  John    Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 34, Lot 58a...  Curtis.   Fred    Lot 13,  Blk.  SI,  Lot 68a   Vyac  Mrs.   Daisy    Lot IS,   Blk.  35,   Lot C8a   Blackctt, J.  St.  C , Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 37, Lot 68a...  Elworthy,' Fred    ............Lot 10.   Blk.  39;  Lot 58a   Smith," J. C Lot 10.  Blk.  40.  Lot 68a .,  Butler,  P.  J. Lots 4 and G, Blk. 48, Lot 58a...  BulRer,  Jas.  M. Lots 6 to 8. Blk. 48. Lot 5&a....  Curran,  John Lots 9 and 10, Blk. 48, Lot 58a.,  Merclcr,   Ella Lot 14.   Blk.  48. Lot 58a   Bulger. Jas.  M .Lots 10 to 19.  Blk. 48. Lot 58a  Bulger, Mrs. Mary E Lot 20,  Blk.  48,  Lot 58a   Isaac. Mrs. B. A. ���������., Block 56    266  225  266  266  266  266  266  266a  266  266  2C6  260  2(56  206  266b  .76  12.60  1.88  1.75  2.25  1.75  1.00  .50  1.75  .50,  .50  4.00,  '*���������*",  L75  .50  5.00  .77  12.75  i.ik  2.30  1.78  "!5i  1.78  .51  .51  4.08  12.75  9.18  .15  1.78  .51  5.10  9-i.OO  .05  1.25  .05  .15  .20  .15  .05  .05  .15  .05-  .05  .40  6.60  .45  ".is  .05  .45  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  . 1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  2.57  27.50  2.93  4.68  5.75  4.68  2.05  2.06  4.68  r 2.06  2.06  9.48  114.35  10.63  1.61  4.03  2.00  11.55  *T'���������+Al.i      A       XT  Tuttiel A. h! '.'.'.'.'..  Ferguson, Geo.  Ymir, Gold Mines.  Ymir, Gold Mines.  Ymir, Gold Mines,  Ymir, Gold Mines,  Ymir, Gold Mines,  Ymir, Gold Mines.  Ymir, Gold Mines,  Churchill,  F.  L.   ..  _.ta.  Ltd.  Lta.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Lot   1242,  Group  I,   Kootenay   District.  .In  Sec.   23   Tr,.  "17.  Lot 1242  13.33 2.00 2.75  .In   Sec.  23,  Tp.  17) Lot j242  13.33 2.00 .14  .In  Sec.  23. Tp. 17, Lot 1212  13.33 2.00 .14  .In Sec.  21 and 22, Tn. 17 0.. 68.82 6.88 .47  .In   Sec.   21,   Tp.   17  37.04 5.00 '2.75  .In Sec. 21 and 28. Tp. 17  93.11 9.30 .65  .In Sec. 22. 23, 26 and 27, Tp.,17  316.92. 31.70 2.20  .In Sec. 17 and 18. Tp. 17  99.03 19.80 1.37  .In Sec 23 and 28, Tp. 17  11.41 2.28 .16  .In Sec. 33 and 34, Tp. 17  68.07 13.60 .������*  .N. %. N.W. *A. Sec. 6. S.W. %,N.W.  Va. Sec.   6,   and  that part   of  the  S.   %,   S.W.   Yx,   Sec.   7,   and   the  S.W.  'A of the S.E.  Vt of Sec. 7,  lying  outside of  the townsite of  Ymir    209.32 20.00 2.75  .20  2.00  6.95  ��������� J.U  X..W  *-.^r������  .10  2.00  4.24  .30  - 2.00  9.65  ne*  0 tv\  in in  4.45  2.00  12.40  1.50  2.00  37.40  .95  2.00  24.12  .10  2.00  4.54  .65  2.00  17,19  1.00        2.00      2f>.YS  Lot 1243, Group  I.  McDermott, Hammond, Hunt &'Waddell.In  Sec.  8,  9. 10, 15, 10 and 17. Tp.   '��������� _      ���������  31,   Lot  1248    3840.00 384.00   Part of Sub-lot 18, oJ.Lot 4Wi    40.00 W.OO   , Block  B   (3).   of  Sub-lot 1,   of  Lot  306,   Registered Plan No.   731F....     5.06 1.41  Pearce. Lewis L   Baxendale,  W.      1.56  17.30        2.00    403. W)  .75        2.00      20,31  .05  2.00  8.4*;  A  SUBDIVISION   OF  LOT 96, Group I, being the HUME ADDITION TO NELSON.  Smith,  Mra. HJUza Lot 30, Blk, 2, Lot 96, G. I.   u :      t     rrv T.nt   a     nil.     n    in.   lut    _r.     T  Spencer, o. _i  Spencer, J. B. ...  Mills,  E.  W.   Buak, Chas. W. .  Rose, W. O., Dr.  Bain, Mrs. ^Groce  Jerome, Thos. ...  Milne.   J,        '      . 284b  ....Lot 4,  BU:. 2. Lot OS, C. I..... 2Sib  -      ------- SS4b  284b  284b  284b  284b  284b  .....Lots 8 to 8, Blk. 3, Lot DC. G. I..  ......lAotH 3 and 4, Blk. 4, Obot 96, G. I..   Lots 31 and 82, Blk. 7, Lot 96. G.T.   Lots 3-1 and 35. Blk. 7, Lot 90. G.I.   Lots 2 and 3, Blk. 9, Lot 96, G.I...  .Lot 7. Blk. 9. Lot 96, G.I...    Lot 9.  Blk.  9. Lot 90, G.I..J 284b  jUtlinC.        J. ������������������...,������������������ .'���������  .X^^fl.     m,      A^JIA.      V,     AAI.     UV,     m^.X. .......... .    AMXAA4  iRlnirrouo, Joseph    .Lota 19 and 20a, Blki 9, X.ot 96. Q.I.. 281b  Turner? T.   H.   .... ..Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 10, Lot 90. G.I.. 284b  Douglas, H. E. .,. ..Lot 22, Blk. 10, I^t 90, G\I........... 284b  McDougall.   A.   and  D.   Ii., and   Hop-   Lots 15, 16 and % 17, 23 to 25, Blk.     m  ncr J.   G    11. Lot M. G.T 284b  Thompson.   Jas Lot 26,   Blk.   11,  Lot 96. Q.1 281b  Rose.   W.   O..  Dr Ivot 14, Blk. li"i, Lot 96. G.I 28ib  Thompson,  W. Percy   Lot 8,  Blk.  17,  I^ot W. G.I. 2Mb  .TervlH. MrH. Caroline Lot 1.  Blk. 10, .Lot 96, G.I 284  Jorvls, Mrs. Caroline  , .......Lot 6. BIK. 10, I^ot 06, 0.1........... 284  Mlllor.   John   Rao K. *A Lot,2, Blk. IC. Lot 97, G.I 727  MaWsloy.  W.  F W. % Lot 2. Bile. 15, Lot 07, G.I..... 727  Maw-slay.  W.  F 1^\it^n^.l}^t^LV. f������  MawdHloy, W.  F. ....IjOtH 1. and 2. Blk. 20. Lot 97.  _.I... 727  MawdHlcy,  W.  F Lot 2,,.B1U. ,22,  Lot W. GI........... 727  MawdHloy   W.   V Lot������ 1 and 2, Blk. 28. Lot 07. Q.I... 727  Vi'rnmi ^Holland   ...Lot !i,   mil. h, LotW. G.I....... ... m,  MawdHloy.  W.  F.   ., ..Lots 1 and 2^ Blk. 27. .Lot 97. G.I... W7  MawdHlcy   w!  F. ..: Lotn 1 and 2,'Blk. 28. Lot ������7. G.I... 727  MnwdMlftV.  W.  F Lots 1 und B, Blk. 29, Lot 07, G.T... 727  McKlm.   W.  J.    LotH J and a, Blk. ill. Lot 97. G.I... 727  MoKlm   Lillian  LotH 1 and Z. Blk. 35. Lot 97. G.I... 727  McKlm   W   J.   .        ... ....;.iH.tH 1 and 2,  Blk. fo. Lots 1 and  Lot 1(7. O.  I .727  .75  COO  3.00  1.00  12.00  8.50  4.50  6.50  0.00  4.50  4.C0  *12R  6.00  5.00.  6.00  2.00  2.00  2.10  1.50  4.00  2.00  1.00  2.00  l.(W>  2.00  2.00  2.00  5.00  1.00  5.10  .77  C.12  3.06  12,24  8.07  4.59  o.iy  4.59  4.69  8. .11  5.10  5.10  0.12  2.01  .2.04  n.io  1.53  ,15.00      15.3(1  .25  .05  .60  .25  .05  .20  .80  .40  .30  .60  .40  .40  .30  .45  .45 ,  .60.  .20  .20  .10  .05  .20  .10  .05  .10  .III,  .10  .10  .10  .so  .10  i.r.o  1.00,  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1,00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  Dated at Nelson, B.  C, this 31st day of    August.  1912.  STEPHEN   H.   HOSKINS.  Collector, Nelson Assessment District,  C.35  2.57  13.72  7,31  2.05  26.44  18.97  10.49  7.80  18.72  10.49  10.49  7.8(1  11.55  U.Cil  13.72  ' 5.24  5.24  3.20  2.55  5.20  3.10  2.05  aio  }*,or>  3.10  3.10  3.10  11.(.0  4.13  ?������������������  I  1.00      32,80  IN  LOT 182-���������Being DAVIES  ADDITION TO NELSON.  MoHtyn IToopH. Mrs. J. 10 Lot  ���������IXMicon,   Frank    Lotfl  -McLaren,  G. G ���������"���������',;  .LotH  !.  Block  17.  Lot 182   11 nnd 12. Blk. 10, Ixit 182.  3 to 5.   Blk.  20,  Lot Iffi...  486  48<1  486  .02  1.75  3.00  .10  .15  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.62  2,85  4,1 r,  1  IN   SUCTION   17,  Tp.  17, UA  r.!12���������V MiK   : OvvriSiTn.  ���������r*h<wiM.   Edward Lot  fl,   Blk.   1.   T^ot 1243.......  Kmifo.   Mm.   Mnry     '������> ���������������? ������������}}J \ B������k. 5. Lot l������lt!  iHufthoB,   Mary  J ' {-��������������� h T-������'c* h "V01, l*jl|  ������_  liny ward, W. C. [ ���������<>������ * k "���������>���������*���������, ���������������. I-ft 12 2  640  rVI^nlln     C  '--Ot   15,   Hill,  2-1,   Lot  VM2 ..,.640  only. John :::....!:!!!!������..! ->t K rim. aij ixit mii  HU'wiii't,  Mary  I  lM0  (MO  640  1140  HlHWini    Miirv    ���������'���������*"���������"��������� T*'- 1'1,,:'  2*-i 1*"* 12-12'.!'.'..!!'..!.... ������r.u  ���������notliorham   Mrs    ll.  T^it ������, Blk.  27. Lot  1212  ������40  vt in f,nMVn.  Mary-Ann  Lot it Jilk. $. J-ot 1212  m  Duly,   Jul in Lot K. Blk.   :% Lot  1^12         '"���������  640  M  .50  1.00  it'.'if,  2.50  V.WI  2.50  ,r.o  .27  .27  i!jo  1.78  1..17  1.03  3.117  1.37  .a.  .05  1.00  1.82  .05  1.00  l.K'2  .Of.  1.00  2. on  .05  1.00  2.15  .25  1.00  11.28  ,15  1.00  5.02  .05  1.00  2.08  .16  1.00  (UK*  .15  1.0ft  5.02  .Of.  1.00  l.b'-l  ^.^...^i-^������������������?���������,.'.r,i���������^^-^'--ft-'.^4^|t:l^'^:^���������,'.!'!. -,^*i'^!"-*i.*'?f.*ll"J .!.'!"���������".,"; .'immmiiutiim^mmmmmmm^  mim*mmmmi*mmmmmmiiammmm**ma*ai  ������MHMtMMhri_MI_ii_ (l    ..*-**  *. -v *  I,  -*. r  TTrifiB "ij iMwaBK  THE   GBESTQN    jftEVlJEvV,    CBESTON,    B. C.  I*     I    _     II   llll  m^mmimt  _  ���������Bssaa  T  H  It?  D  B  - QI'inT_T_1_l   HAT  uiun iu\\  i _ .  W. H. JwHitatJri   -rroprietor  This Hotel  frig.  TW_s   HOMS  OF   TW������  TRANSIENT.  GOMM&DIOUS  SAMPLE  'rooms;  is one of  D.est    known ~   and ��������� popular  Hotels  in  the  Kootenays.  * The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar snp-  plied with onlv the best brand  ��������������� aa  CANYON PITY NEWS  Mrs H Springer of Spokane,  was a  visiter at tho home of Mrs. G. Jayvis  ������44ACJV  vjresiuii,  1_-  JL*.  \m**X  1J.t*>.,,Z'!i-t'������;^'>?'������;a������aj.;,#:���������;���������;���������;.;���������;���������;.*������.���������  ���������2.:*_a._S*a.*;*!*ii*S*?*?i  1 i*.*t*i**.ili*'--iUl'.*!*!'���������.*i* ���������it..*l\i*z*iZimi* \ w*;I:������:I"5i-!l*������I"a';r*������r*-'>r������:*:5^  i*::������i /  mi I  isrvixes you io une  Sect 30 io Oct 61912)   fl!  O. Blair is baiidiug a Sue buggy  on his property here.  W. Browell shot a fine black tail deer  one day last week.    All "Dad" seeds  *  .  noB/ isa "oodooolr.   Ss is one oS ths  jolly bachelors we have at Canyon City.  There was some report of a big ffott  here the past week, but we beg to oon-  iradiot tbat Bi&iemanz as we have had  no frost to hurt anything so far this  vear.  Mrs. It. H. McGinnis spent Monday  in Oreston.  Master Harold Ooraeil is quite sick  ������?i*-*h ftrr-.V.s-.ls?  fovov  ��������� -** ���������--������ ��������� -������������������ ���������  Sam Williams is building au addition  to his house.  Mr. and _.-���������������. W. Mawson and Mr.  and filrs. Job Gibbs of Weyburn, Sask.,  have moved to Canyon Oity where they  exp et to ma fee their future home.  M?, aud Mis. "Weyiand of Manitoba  have moved to Canyon Oity.  'Semi-ready Suits.*  To Special Order  A"*P TURKS la,no Semi-rearty jtor- li  vnn. iO*^K "OU SIS* *!_��������������� ScSIl'i-lc.-, ' ���������  ������ult wade to row tpe'cUl otder Irom pattern*. Send for ' King'* Own" ui_>������  fulta at $20, wiih style book and self.  meuorlDK ftfrma. Guaranteed. SoU at  the tame price erenrtwere in Canadi.  Hare yoo" ceen tfaestyle book, "SirI"  Stead-stabs Battsxhtg  G. _ red Johnston, Fernie. B. C.  *>A4*i,������ilIS^������  . /������?'"--���������' *>* .���������".'���������Sfess-I  ^._*__������*3.-#3������*_-s������-S**������a^  K NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR*TREES  .a _ ___._._.  ������ HEAVY cAKNUAL   \LlE/U<������M(S KBy  '_���������  -. ������    i*7 1 JTfirv^r H  4   *   ^nT ,*-4 4in  _aa     . i ���������������**������--?������  jn    ���������**������������������ a^��������� ._ ��������� ji   ������nr*i������i    ��������� ���������  * summer truiiing anu ininning  l**������  % OKANAGAN md KENT Count* Expeuente  t  BOX 42. Creston Under Excsris of <Botb Sichor.s  E  YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND  the !oth Annual  ���������i  I ^  S_t>| ^-������ m *���������������  4ra arm  tz  ar������igi  s  #  ������ti* IP  Oil  ������Tke Mand S^ii^Hdid*^,  H:-:::':'t  ii-fe-l  'Vp_b to ScbhH Cos^ove? $ecyf foe* Premium. 4_clapi)  Ulutfralisd Pmya^mti^m^.a_.,ajoa^-,-*���������������-���������_ IP 1  Mra. G. H.  Markwiok   of Medicina  Hat, is   visiting  at  the  James  Cook  ->  homo.  J J. Grady, of Calgary - is spending  the week in Creston on business aud  visiting friends. He says lisA these is  ao place where 11 vlug ib as good aa nt  Creston.  H������IdUSI  I 8 Ul  v a*   W*������i������-*fsn vt   ���������L  Smmm      x\mmmX?\f$.a      SuT*      ISP.  SEPTEMBER   24-5-6-7  SPECIAL FREE ATTRACTIONS  _B**3.__VT        A ������*i"?%T%\���������mttTi������!*        i^i.-j*nr_'__*c������  jL-fany     ������r^.v!^piatAw     a n^nta  From the Fair Grounds  COM  jlpinfigl    FuriiiiSf-sr^  FW     ���������*���������������������������_  xmmfgL*mm  PAUL & LEROY,   Comedy  Horizontal   Bar Act  ISHIKAWA TROUPE of Japanese  -^4k^.������v AnwAUAnu   j. jvi^uj. jji ui x ivc jLiceiui,i.iui  variriS  T3"/~t.Ti QT> * Ti   A flTMn  Log Sawing and  ROCK SHILLING  Chopping  Gtrwxr i$flaa.Mo''������?49vara>SBi������������j^<H������  ��������� v *���������/   a#M! Bii3    R   VSsSSSd<8S9  And Reap Dollars.  i  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  n~   I  *T\  JK.eauced *   Rates    on    ail     Transportation    iyti.es  SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP  A. D. Emory, Pres., G. Korstead, Secy, P. O. Bos 392, Nelson   B. C.  D  Diinu_  o.  r. ounifd ������  L!nnl&-d  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  I  I  i  i  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hunt of Kitchener  are the possessors of a new pair oi twins,  this week.   *  /-T !.! fir    A .-  \jOmpri$iny *������if j*.cres  ** r������ a vrr\ r'r������J3r'*'C    I?   /*'  KXJXJfi.VIXfruKJXOt D. \*,  B    m*\Bmm������mmm.   'fHiiiy  I  JamW  s^mmmssaam ������   __������ a  ���������    \m*mvrraa$\B  GUARANTEED HOME CROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter hilling  ���������4.  t4We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by tho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  ���������Vilnleter of Agriculture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES    ..    *     "      ..       ' . ���������        .    .,������������������_,-���������-,.-..-_������������������.������������������'+      ���������    '- Y '- '''" :    '.. -.'    ..   ii...   i-  For Catalogue aud Price list, *w;rite to-��������� '  WALTER V. JACKSON, Age*t. Creston, B. C.  B=aESWSB.B__a____B_5a  fiirA  mm  t5  KOVi aPRBA-fMBNT *������ffl ouwi yflu and malco a ������ao of  __i* tho brolo becomes aotlvo. tbo blood purtfled so that all  glrnpioo. uiotonesntia ulcors boal up; tlie nerves pocomo Btroaar na titoel. ������q���������'tbat.  orvousness, baBhtulnesa* and dospondeno-y dlaoppoarj tbo eyes become bright, the  face full and clear, energy rotuiu-J to 1"  eyetcms aro invlc-or-itecr; all drains <  You fool yourself a man and know tnarriarri   .  and fakirs rob you ot your bard earned dollarc  BT NO NjVMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  THREATENED WITH PARALYSIS  Potor K. Buuiuiei* plates bis oxperlonco:  "I waB troubled with Nervoua Doblllty    j  for many yea���������.   2 lay it, to lndli>oruliuu  (ind oxqessps lq youtu.  X booiuno. vory;  doopondont and didn't onro -wbotbor _  ���������worked .pr.nofc. I iroaRlnod everybody  -who looked at we eueasod tny nooret,  Imnginntlv������ dreams.afc "olMlTwenironod  me���������my book nohed, bad pains ln tho  tfiokof my bead, bands and toet wero  cold, tired Iu iha iuur_lBff, poor appottto,  flnrcora wero annhy, cyou i������urred; imlr  wua, memory *poor. pto.. Kumbnesaln  iiofln_or������B<������tlnnnd tbo doctor told mo  o feared paralysis., x took all lundfj ot  attroric VHKATMENT  io feared paraiyi  llnlnct ana  to  ,ii .    ...  iduoeii to ccixiiiulb.jOi-ij, iiounouy &  t)dy, JthouftU I bad lost nil ralth In  tried uianyflrat-omss  ootrlo belt for thro      'ed little,beneflb.  ,��������� Induoeii to ccixiiiulb.jlJi-iJ,. K.auwdy  smedHnet an_ ������������������_ _._... ..-._.,.  phynlelans, wore nn eleotrla belt for ti  fnonthn.  but rooolvcd Uttlo bottefl  tonne  arytn tucatmrnt  m  m^  and contlnuo to do no.  CURBS ������UA&ANTEKD OK NO PAY  URINARYCOMl'UUNia. IM&wEii  jRiWm twAOPSK. CISCVJES ssd &&������&.**  tumuUnrtoMon. - >...***������  CONSULTATION mre* BOOKS TKESL V uaaU* \q -*%U wrlto fey a Qutatlim  iLlIank for Horn* TrMilmiint. *   '  DRsKENNEDr&KENNEDY  WVBW W W^iF W. +B . W������P^F���������   W \W   Bl iUPBWilr     PI       ^mmr^m mW ^BmmBBmBa Bmrnm  BB Bm\mV*WBB'     Bm  Cor* Michigan Ave. and Grlswold St., Detroit, Mich.  lin_l____Wte|iil_YI_l|hIS* AH letters from Canada mustb������aaJreis������e<I.  iHHnT^ll -W 11 w Bw to our Canitdian Correspondence Depart-  %Wmmar pMWMnNHH ment in Windsor. Ont. li you dawire tor  nee us ���������perflotinlly call nt our Medical liiatlUite In Detroit as v*e nee and t*r������ttt  no |i������tlent������ in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence aud  Tjn'irirnlory   foe Cni'ufUnn bnnliiMi-i only.    Arldrin-ii* ������1l 1^ttcr������'a������ jToIIovjuh  DR3. KEi-iHEuV m t������.Eriri������uTa vvindsor* unt������  Wrttv* tor our private aiUnsM.  MM  J  3EALED TENDEK3 addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  foir Wharf at Shutty Bench, B. C,"  will be received at this office until 4 p.  Hi.! Oil 5-Iouuay, SnpcwmberSO, 1912, for,  the construction of a Pile Bent and timber decking wharf at Shutty Benob,  District; of Eootenay, B. C.  Plaup, specification and form of contract can be Been and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at the  oibces of B\ W. Aylmer, Esq , Diktrioi  Engineer, Chase, B. O., O. C. Worsfold  Esq., District Engineer, New Westmic-  a cr B. O., aud" on applies iou to the  Postmaster at Kaelo, B, O. )-  Persons   teu^eriaif are notified that  lenders   will not be considered unless  made oa the printed forms supplied, and  signed  with   their  aotual  signatures,  PtatiuJ?       their      oceupatioa       and  plaoes of residence.   In tho case of firms  the aotual signature, the nature of tbe  occupation,   and plaee- of refldenoe of  each member of the fliiu uiubt be given.  Each tender most be aoootnpanied by  au aooepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to tho order of tho Honourable  Minister of Public Work*--, equal to ton  per oeut (10%) of the amount oi the tender, whioh will bo forfeited if the person tenderlM*** dooliue to on tor into a  contract wheu oallod upou to 4o ������o4 or  fail to complete tho WorU oautraoted for,  If tho tendor bo *ut aoooptod tho cheque  will bo returned.  Tbe department does not bind itself tb  aooepb tho lowest or any toudor.  By ordor,  R. 0. PtWSROOHKBS,  Soorotary.  Department of Poblic Worka,  Ottawa, August 81, 1012  iTa...,, ...,;... m������ ...., ... . ������    .   .     ,.������,.���������  | m, W>, w_k/.._^w������u    ,������A.4   X.VU   XIV   (414414      A14A       ������AAA"  J advortlBomeut if Ihoy iusi srt it without  \  I AttU*oiiliy/;f������*o������tt tho Dopartmout.���������20301.  ~xM J5L SkMEkMS S _fig, g     g^Jg&g?   ���������_k Ss Gs  September 19 end 2Q, 1912  r  i  TICKETS  Por  Sale at All O.  P. R. Stations  At  1 1-3 Fare  Oood to Return up  to the 21st  inclusive  Under the Patronage and Authority of the  Provincial Government of British  ���������..."���������'.������������������.������������������  C-lumbiaand the Corporation of the City of  Cr.iribrook  Live Stock, Agricultural and Horticultural  Products, Arts, Manufactures,  Fisheries and Mines  TICKETS  Por Sale nt All  O.  P. R. Stations  At  i i-S Fare  Good to Return up  to tlie 31st  inclusive1  \9P  ooo in  TWO DAY'S RACES, BALOON ASCENSION, ATHLETIC SPORTS  Don^t-Forget, the E>ate September  19 and 20;1912  , A. Five Mile Foot Race for a Silver Cup and  $25.00 in Cash Donated by James Finlay-  KmVmxmmBBM  *   ll .!>,,������  ��������� "*!:,->:���������'  For Further Information Apply to  H. H. McClure, Pres. F. A. Russell, Mgr  Robert F. Davis, Secretary  mXmmB  .  ^"^m."'tmx  -W^O__l___!^!^!4__%2_:!4i  ji^JJSE ^^JEJJ^w j&xiSsS      ^sSLSst 1  ��������� v������  -.-::Y\-V  *K.  V  ��������� f������i'V,������,  ���������������V|i-*-'-  Hi  -***^������?rtiw<|i������i������M������i="K^^ wiaiii*������������.*������jw*><  MP  mm  Areata -���������=��������� ���������^^-^AMfSaaSSSBBSSa. ' *' *     j.    '     ,JIIIT TITn    ==������ " "mma���������n���������������iM^������~  ..,.^w...,.,..,r^  ?/-.'  THE    CRESTON    llEflE^,    CRI_ST0N;    B; C;  /  7 70   Safe   InvestmeRt  l*'T  l-"-'.'S '^Ton'oy iieturned al end of one. year  j .'a ���������sr v.t er.rl nf any subsequent > war, 0:1  !.:'.' 5 S6' tiayy" notice-.if desired.  !���������*''���������'-.������-' .Tli* -above security Is tho beat in-  j-;-i.'������;V3n������g|.rt'������l -cvm- blTpi'ed^in Canada. Eus-'  j     s 5K^.*-������'Ypi'ai'illislied  "7-'yea'rs.  '? " {"^iWii-e at once for particulars.  $bik������a! Securities Corporation Ltd  ���������g      X^������*a������ lit-tr"-** "*. 14.'*. JVlt       _~a>j, Jl <_,        J.^u ���������..*..*[-,,    .     av   -.J. v'1-a 1.i.������  : O_M_hNkaaV-H0BVMBa^MM_������_M_MBB_W  THE BRIDESMAID  Moral  Suasion  I don't want oatmeal, screamed tbe  kid.     .  lbu must have oatmeal, said his  father.  Never-.force?.anything-' 011   a   child  Her Duties and Prsvllegea.  Fow girls go through a long period  of life vViLhout being called upon to  l! l'.ay the part ot uridesniuid; aud,  gj wa'ile most love doing so,'the 'major-} like that. Interposed uncle,who has  ii'iiiy of girls bave buL the most ha_y j theories. Always give tue chila a  I'idea of .rbe nature of a bridesmaid a j choice.  ������1 duties'.       Briefly the  duties   may   be j     All   right,?said   the   father.     Now,  defined    as.   common-sense    courtesy,   kid, you can have oai meal or you can  TtllT'AI RTOTA' ���������..���������....  .-Illi- ttJLJJlifi3.Jt%... 11.V a.IM"  j  715 MSR ST., WINNIPEG  A'*e*jv doors south of C.P.R.' Depot  ' Rates $���������; .50 to $2.00 per day ..  -Cuisine unexcelled  i-  ��������� ������Ht>t and coldvW-ter In every room  Hotei   practically    Fira  AU  Outside  Roor  proof   i__b������?3   D     ic&^ii_j ������_e D63" -ever ma��������������� uIaCa ar^ ^w*..-  anteed to _>vo you satisfaction. At  eft dealer:", or send us 25 cents stat������  *3n^ Fty  ��������� and size required-  The Arlington Co,, of Canada,  Ltd.,  58 Fraser Ave., Toronto, Ont.  fe -wsr -*fi^>J ti_/,I IS JTa    1 :������n**>_4  i ������ia .jvAv-t iiMULw CU., Limited  B Engineers and Boilermakers  I Boilers of all kinds���������lungmes.  8 Pumps, and Heavy Pla.^ Woifc. :  I.' TV-fit., ^t, ������cr Prices  I 14 Strachan Ave, Toronto, Canada  but   they   are   better   spoken   of   and  described.in more detail.  To a bride with many girl friends  and acquaintances, the choosing of  her maids is a harassing, task. There  is sure to be some foolish young-creature . who will regard. her personal  omission as a slight, ��������� or as a sign of  forgotten friendship whereas nothing  cf the kind is intended in truth and  in reality. ���������,  Of.course, the adoption of the Amer-  lean notion of haying a best-girl does  away with'milch trouble? but the effect  is not nearly .so'* picturesque as that  I j of a bevy of bridesmaids.  ���������|       From  the    chosen    few  the    chief  ^11 bridesmaid  must, be definitely and ir-  ���������������������������'������������������ revocably chosen.      It is best to have  a   sister  or  cousin   for   the   principal  attendant, and  Lhe post is really  not  so enviable as many girls think. Practically all the work to be done by the  ���������'.bridesmaids   falls  to   the   lot   of   the  chief���������before,  at,- and  after  the  wedding ceremony.  I     The big  question  of dresses  to  he  j worn by the bride's attendants is'geu-  : orally settled' by thy bride    and    her  I chief:   tho  latter should  tactfully  su-  I pervise the getting o������ such gowns to  : prevent  inartistic  results,     and     she  j must also���������usually���������soothe  the    feel-  : ings of individual    bridesmaids    v.h;;  [wanted   dresses^ of   itny . color-rat her  I than the chosen ono.  j     By the  way, an extraordinary num.  j her of girls hold a strange belief th������t  I the  bri-je-���������or    hor    parents provid-  'the  dresses Worn  by'tie attendants^  have a--clip- on the jaw.  it? -  The child -took the oatmeal.  Which  is  Dysentery corrodes the intestines  and speedily eats away the lining,  bringing about dangerous conditions  that may cause death. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial clears the  Intestinal canals of the germs that  cause the ^inflammation, and by protecting the lining from further ravages  restores them to healthy. condition.  Tbose'subject to dysentery should not  be without this simple yet powerful  remedy.  Good News.  There*is one tiling that I have kept  from you.  Tell nw the worst.  r failed to get a diploma at the  cooking school.  Come i.-) my arms, dear one: I love  you more than ever.  >������,  S~* &f>*  -/-"*���������* *,-!*  P.  >=..  ���������y^Zf  +.    **   <7*        jr.  /  _ ix? t^r-7-xs  \M  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  Supcrfluius Wealth  Woodrow   Wilson,   at   a   dinner   at  Spring Lake, said of the multlniillion-  a jvn ���������  ' After all, most of the wealth is superfluous. When I think of a multimillionaire's millions. 1 am reminded  of a ^story about Oobsa Golde.  I have four English man servants,  said Gobsa Golde, on the terrace of  his marble cottage at Newport���������four  English men servants, whose solo  duty it is to look after my sea bathing  He cieaied his throat pompously and  continued:  The -first lias charge of my bathing  vA'-&t^ ^"S- SVcSwSTaS  lhe  i.ke'Tp onlSng  ^"nti-^ ^ ������ * Hind  ground  white with snow.  For Heaven's sake,   be    asked    the j  THE   MINERAL   SPRINGS   SANITARIUM  Phone St.   John   1024   Elmwood, 'Winnipeg  We   successfully   treat   the   following dlsi-uscs:���������niit-un-iuUi-ui,   Ntvous     trou.  bios.   Stomnch,   Kidney  nnd l-lvi-r  i,'o ninlaihts. "Sbin   Dineat,o.s.   Ouiat-thul   ton.    !3  ��������� ditions   Constiiiation, Gnll Stones and OtaoHty.  Kor  fun her  imrticiilnrs  npply  tr  DR.    A.    D.    CARSCALLKN.   Sl(E"erl-'*.nnri'������rit.  aamtmaamx  ;usts-Connipahy  i  \ ot life gunrd to me.  But  the    fourth���������what    does    tlie-  , .. ,    , .      ,- _   ,. .,..-.   ...,,,��������� ^^ ..,.,.; fourth-���������what   does   the   fourth   do?   a  have  slimmer   out  m     tins     God-for-i     Qh   )u, ta-KCS-iny ba,h>   m Soft  Dath.  saken countij . j {n    lUwavs luis  , depressing e_-ect on  I dent kuow,  replied the.-clerk.    I \ ," he,irt  have  onh  'been'"hp'ro  oleven  months.   "  '    ,  '  -���������i. It is quite wrong.  ___|has been done, as  The thing nev,  f*.   T*>Crlli^  cv  f*or!'>!,ii  of   N  Good Ontario_. Apples  '   ' Communicate with  f:. H.  DAWSON  ������  SO Colbourne.Street, Toronto  I     Complete  in  itself.   Mother Graves'  i Worm Kxionniuato'r does not require  i the assistance of any other medicine  __-! to make U. ell'ective.      It does not fail  ji-s    a    trA'lMTilo a������ils worls'  111   A-   I'AUII.i-:-  r0ULD FALL  WHEN        SHE       ATTEMPTED     TO  WORK.   SO   EXHAUSTED   WAS  THE   NERVOUS   SYSTEM  The  .obviously, it would mean a financial  i sii_in impossible for ;he average per-  S_a', , S'jt- the bride has a mil right  : of. choiee Ot the dresses worn bv her  I maids. -.'"������������������  I.    Before the    ceremony    the    brides-  ; masds ..sh-iuid. see to  the distribution ���������  ! Of '*  Feeble.  FtcStoreii   HHv  ���������r*-jrfc       ^-jw-Ai c ���������nlrt'jri  Wasted     Nerves    Were  -T*   ���������.  iJA ���������  1  - m. *, ml .rn.x  i\cvucmA.cu      0>  I  e_  your  >r   ClotK  lotmer   does   r.ot  SsHFORli'S SOYERBGN BRAND  ni j-iTtiro  :  :.:i e-as.-*.  see: ir  (h.? ctaer fellow  j   " Eager to Help  j? He���������My dear Miss Gladys, 1 have  j been converted, but I lind there are  I some .things I must do. The min-.  |it,ier has told me, for instance., vthat  j-where 1 hive done wrong, I must niiike  ,- restitution.  !    ' She? (sympathizlngly)  ���������Sometimes  j tliiit eauuui always be doue, for uiia-  Msters ask hard things.  i'    Ho   (doubtfully)���������Now,   Miss  Glad-  U|i j ys. tb,e otlier day 1 stole a kis? from  j you.   and.   according  to  the minister  Nervous prostration  is    a    terrible j 1 must give it back.  the wedding favors.and be at hand ' disease, to all who'understand its sym-.     She   (promptly)���������Well,    T    suppose  '.to  do  any   odd  jobs.       They, should I ptoms.       At  times  the suEerer feels 1 you   ought   to  do   what   the   miuister  f reach the church all togpfber before i comparatively ' well,   but   with,   slight [tells you.  the bride, so tbat uiey can be 5n the '< exertion the dreadful helplessness re-1   ; pore-It. to p--.ee*- her.       It is well for th^ I t t.-*s   and     all    strength     seems     to  i ���������TXi.'ZlixSLjtii' ���������*>   Io  : the  porch,  so  L  tiSAD OFFICE,      #ViNNIPEG  This   eomnntiv   nr***  <n tha  capa"'*'- ������;  TRUSTEE,     EXECUTOR,     ADMINISTRATOR  -.a. rt������ toujiu be slad to lurwaru .eopy  of    our    ouu4a.x-.-a       j-aaauaaaa-.  tbout Trusts. Trustees and Trust Companies." oa request.  ___ _  ma ���������������������������   1  OF  INTEREST  mmam^mmBammamm^maam  ^vnnci^ii    hMi a**  K������SSSS*"**w"iB-**w-Jc"  an  ItnPBATING  ;^ssss3Ba__^w0eF^5!wa������?i^="*"=^������w^s��������� Suitable for  any size, of gains.  J^^^^-���������xl������Bsn^^^ . Madc  in   alrdesirabie calibers \���������d  f/fW^izEi~^_r^i_5''''iySf��������� used and endorsed by hunters the v/orld over for  t3m^sai~ Tmi&Jr^rtZ hard usage, reliability and strong and accurate shoot-  ef*1?**        f'^'QmJfyyK      ing.    No rifle will give better  satisfaction than the  >. ^V { ^_^^St? Winchester. Winchester rifles are sold by all dealers.  _ Sen J postal for complete, illuxiraud catalog'  WIHGI'.STER SI?E������T!KS m% CO,  NEW HAVEN. CONN.  ri  w  Hi.'V-l" W������*lWW\\V\\\\\Wlllill������������������������l������Mi_S  ne;  ie**.      It is well for the! t.ms  and    all    strength  .? 03 eiiher sid-e of j leave  the -system.  tha: the bride passes i  bet^-^pn T?i.>rn i:>d'th?-v ".--. ������-^:--���������'*-���������>��������� ���������  into position-to raHaiv, her up" the?  aisle. ;  ' -     *   i  In the church the c-bie*t bridesmaid  takes   a.e-  place iavihediately   en   the.:  ct'iess;  j-. behind:. Y' ':-.��������� |  ;     At the i"Oinnie_<-"er.-*<?nt of the service '<  \ the  chief  bridesmaid   hands  her   --iou- i  of the���������  This le'-ter  left of the bride,    v-rbtle  *v������coiv oa  otners^  "f  so.., tbat  ior hands  $m SM REM.TB TO H-10T1IER ARS 6HIIB.  S-iEiJ.'Wl-SSi.OWB  Bootkikg SVSlff hp.������   t>������������*3  .-tr ���������-._   - ������- -���������-���������������������������'������*-���������������   ���������������>������������ r> a %xmm   <l* 1 t V HMV4   ���������_!  ot .���������,<_���������: -La vex axj*x x    ������.������, *-���������_������*������. ������.i %*y   *-4av*-^������,-^--.-���������  ������  -UJ3RS   for    their    CHlLUHliK    WH1UP  ^.^ismisaa. with vurhect success,   m  ���������BaOTfHKS tb* CKir.U, S01?TEN3 tUe GVUX  JOX/A-Va all PAIN ; CURKS W",SD COLIC, oai  ta >t->*6Ae������t r������iicrfy l"<- _IARKH_JA.. II in m-"  {jccltolcly *ttan-Alss������. Be mire und uslc for " Jmra.  "%&������������������-,**������?*������ S=--.fh:������g Syrup," aad taUA? ao csJs_l  .\%i_���������.   _wentj*-fivecenui������ botUt.  will  r>e-  Tr    l=!  SO  from Mrs. Martin'very !  A.-^^r-iv.,:.^ Hip terrible condition.'  !n which many a sufferer finds her-  s.U". She also tells how she regain-  -.--:i n^-itb and s.irength Ir-- using Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food after, all other  tre-."ttr?en*:s.'bad.-fo.'"-c-d.  Mrs. Ed win -.Martin, Ayer's Cliff.,  Que... wri'-.es:��������� "Urfore I began'using |  Dr. CIvi������e's Nerve Food I was in a J  terrible condition from nervous e?:-.  haupiU-n and prostration. Dizzy speTls .  ���������wo'iTd !"i:ne over me and I would fall j  to the floor. 'The weal-mess-was so!  gre}������i t'";it 1 could not, so much as |  pvveeri the'floor without  fainting,  but j  and='tbe  nerv*1   food  helned   rae  after  the j the"gar*(ien   gate���������father,  v-; doc-or* filled.      Tt hns done wonder?; j one j o.idn't touch?  i in  "~  ������������������*������_  ���������JfOm^fi.  ���������d.>   ana  tin  i  atn_  quite  fre.?: to; help   the bri  wise for her to- study beforehand  that she  k^bws eva-'*-*'^v  .*-'*'*'>*���������'  *������������������-���������*,  pare to  take the bride's  bouqurt  to assist,  if necessary, .in.".the re  ing up mv nervous system. I  ceremony, the chief brides-attendant j oan n'> my o--vn housework now and  must Tie all-round, alert, to . prevent! washing, and feel that this gr*?:at med-  anything unforseen ocenrriiig.' At the'lolTip luis been a God-send to "me. I  conclusion of the service'f|?tbe chief I think ir' i=- thes best --of' me^tcin^-s'...  bridesmaid goe^with the best-man to1 "^Dr. Chase's Nerve Food 50c. a. box,  the vestry, while the other nurds j 6 for *":?.:"0. at'all denlerq or "Rdman-  follow in connif-s.      Tn the same order i sot;, Hate". & Co., Limited, Toronto:  thev lenve the church \  ^.^���������.. ���������*  i'Huesriiaios   "  *  The One Question  Father was* on tbe -war-patbr aud  wh-U at last hie came across Willie  ui t\ii odd corner ol tbe garden the  engagement commenced.  Willie, demanded Mr. Smith, have  you ea^ten any of those large desert  pe'ars- 1 left in the cupboard?  : Pa, replied the young hopeful. I cannot tell a lie. I nave -not touched  one.  William senior eyed William junior  wratlifully.  Then how is it, asked the parent  that I found these three pear cores  in your bed-room, and t&ere. is only-  one p?ar in the cnpbosd?'.-.'-.. . ?  -p-.tripr- sair! Willie, with ?-"n  eye on  that's"  t;he  .___������-������  ������ ������i_*& /on Buy ��������� MattheiSt  4sk for  r,    uiuiet*  ..nt  C5EHA1AN      SPECIALISTS'      DISCOVERY WILL  POSITIVELY CURE  ;    KIDNEY TROUBLE,.:,.  Bladder Stone, Gall Stores,  Ki-tiriey Stones, Gravel and  isSE A'iSmcnts of Uric  Acid  'Origin  tSANOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID  {SEVER' FAILS; TO CURE  "Cnun������lre<ls    of    cured    patients   .can  prove our statement.).  &������������������>&>vi!������������������!-, will receive paiiHslileL free  tost i*-r.i,*'J.'Ht.' ?  Sano1. PRICE $1.50 per hoi tlo in  "t&qw'u;* i-Tiim Druggists, or direct, from  %m\*  FG.     CO.     OF     CANADA,  LTD., Winnipeg, Man.  .^  i- in-,   iur   Kaurciii  00 not  inouch  ���������at least, they should not. At The  wedding recention the bridesmaids  should see to all the . mainy things  that other peonle are too , busy tn  .ook at'let* ' Tbe chief may. or may  not���������according to the bride's *j*������ishe's  -r���������no-^ijat  iier in chancrlng her dfo^s.  The br'dp-*maifls shouhl set a^irle  Ihei** own d^slr? for enioyment at the  \vrldiiig rcc.-ntinn. nnd devote them-  !"elves tn <r.(������f>jnpr thnt fvprynne olpo.  is lo-nlcerl nfter���������th-it no one re-Ms out  of il. nnd thnt rothing Is unwit.Hn*riv  forgotten that should be remomher-  cd.  - Tt (fs \isn,il!v wi������r., in f-b������������ "ase of  nidf" Hm-i'l >voiifHntr<*, to d-^nut'se omo  of the l*fiilp-������"Tii(1������ to nrp^lde over the  Bboiv rf wprldinq-urepentq.  When   nvpH'nni?   ol-���������������   hag   donart^d  th" h������'Hf*-pnrif������lfl������l choillil <s������o to tho  flo---Tv>ti-l, ,,r ���������.������-A'M',ii,������r cardi nt"-' ciV"���������  v.-hon <-"'ioh thiivrs are scut���������MiR o^iof  br'df������3m'"!l b'vv'T* rirov|ou������lv mndo  o.it n if est. with the brl'le'-. nio'^tmi'"'.  of those to whom such must be sent.  hired  Thinking  It over  Ma   caught   pa   kissing   tlie  girl.  Wh.-'t'i* she goinsr to do about it?  That's the trouble. She doesn't  -k'lov.-. She can't malffi.up lier mind  vhethe" ro fr<~t rid of pa or the hired  cirl. Sometimes she says she thinlts  pho cMi gpt a new bur-hand easier  than she oan get a new servant.  St. fsddoro, P.Q., Aug. TR. 1004.  ���������"-'innrd _ Lin'mont Co., TjfmHpd.  ("}-ntlomen.���������T havo frequently used  MIN'AHD'S IvTNlMF.NT and also pre-  oeribe it. for my patients always with  the most gratifying results, and T  consider it tbe besit all-roiinil liniment extant.  Yours truly.  DR.  JOS.   AUG.   SIROTS.  They have a true   safety  base  head,   with   silent    tip,     WH|  never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  Eddy-Matches  have  satlsQed   Ca_-  ��������� - B-diaais since  1351���������aeeepj  no others.  'sr-^ a alw0.i|s us������  1 ���������_ w sb a st Bkj4'i**"������it4' <tm,  ..._ ..Wti\\ -nr-n,R-_ ������?-EA  ���������aTri'   ^s__ssss!Sb_j*.  INSIST jOIS   GETTING ** EDDTS  r ���������������������������_���������"--  ooa  raits  Fibre  and.  and  Tubs,  I    ������a -a S.&A-  _JL    mJLlJ&f  YOt/' can't rwisonably expect toiriake a li<*:ht,  fla"-..-ypic-criict,if Hie saltyouuseiagriUy,  ��������� lumpy and bitter. ������������������ '  s the ptandby in   Cunr.dian   hones,   amoins"  ;.-i*i'ida's ticst co^.-s.     It's pure n".ul fine nv.il  is  C.T.   ���������won't "calie"*.    Kqunlly good ior the table,, ior  cootiiiftrinilliakiug. " 53  t_-^������f_*T^',Tm'IMtCT���������t^  Improvement  .  A young Bropklyu woman, who h*i3  the honor of being'trie strongest g:r'  if her college said the other day of  an affected type of culture:  Such culture is superficial. lt reminds me. of Cornelius Husk.  Corn Husk, after his.sou's gra-liiri-  tion from Harvard, gave the lad a trip  to Europe. Afterwards a friend aoR-  cd the old man: ���������������������������������������������.-  Well, did the tour improve young  Cbrney?  ft cm-talnly did, waB the reply. lie  says I fancy, for I guess, now, and  blouse for sbfrtwa-l'st; hoots for 8ho-;t;,  nut for jude, bowler for derby and f.  uay, for bey. ,    .  Easily Identified  After the tennis match, the^ladies'  team returned iu triumph in a char-  a-banc.  Perhaps it was their shrill delight  at their success that frightened the  horse, but anyway, he bolted.  After a, thrilling few minutes tbe  vehicle dashed into the bank at the  roadside, and sent all its occupants  in a hea,p.  What a scene it was! No one waa  hurt, but there was a perfect sea ol  waving arms, feet Imd heads. And  out of the very midst came a squeal.  Help, oh. help! Save , me ' somebody. Mine are the green slides and  stocking's.  ������������������.ii-.-*  bad boon driven in a. lax-  Iiao.  Augean   -tables-, and  told  ���������ii*";-*.  fi   lhe   use,   he   bitterly    mut-  Irif-i aa soon us I get 'om clean- ���������  v.li-y'U   be  lurried   into  a  gar-1  jfHe-n.*'  41.,.. A..      ..  4t.^U      '-,  ti*  &-'������  Wlw.  tinri.'*!!.  **���������_*! nji.  o-s***-  ���������Mi'f'Vi.!rl.hi-l("HH lie fell to work.  T beg your pardon vnirl tho re-porter, I111r fire you Mr. Spuddle, the Potato I vi.". <*���������".'  ������������������ Vo������, but T. don't Ilk" that term, ro-  j i>!ii'<i iho 111:1'inaip. testily. Oil kings  i.ami rattle U'nrs and the liVe are so  , common.      Cull me the pot a ten ate.  XVut  'rter  wedding  go  off   without   a  ���������Ctteel.?  Tl   kIWI,   indeed���������the   man   ������hc  ' fgyoiux to nj.'irry didn't sho*.v up.  was  Maud���������I've just heard of .1 ciibc  where ;i man married a girl on hla  death-bi'il no as she could have his  million'.* when he v/a;-. gone. Could  you Itivo a  p,lrl like time.'  .rack- TIuit's juat the kind of girl 1  could love.      What's her ndilresn?  Jumbled Janet  Thnu'-'h I be bell of tlie factory  when) :ihe worked, .lunei, wua uui,  much of *i sport.  She Hp'.iu  Dank    Holiday    in    tho   , leouniiy wuh |i<������r young man,.nnd (lur-  1   fool-proof   aeroplane   on ; in'-*: a lir.11.'  walk they happeiu'd  upon  '  "i    ..yjf.lf r.|.  |{|i |4.,| .  At. Ilm lilfuiticul moment of their  arrival ilui ileinon bovvb'r spi'iMid-wig-  J'-ii (in- uirlu'i willi a lii'invork bail,  .���������uul tli.' elu'crs were ilonl'iMilti.;;.  (.Sri'in! crli'il .laiii't'H young mail.  Ch'in bowU'il, niiddlc Hl.ump. VVliut  a grand liowler!   Ilooniy.  .IiiTii'i looked at lier Mwnln. nnd then  Unknown  Th*, yon know .!.���������..��������� '  % lo.vncH lilin a L1-1111.-I' ibi.i morTiing.  E aYv-'ij'iI iiay  1 do know hltn.  T^e-ro's   :  iojuv.- 4j4.4,1 1.1> w,  ���������tVc-rial.  What's Jt.s  main charaereriu  fete'"  ii. '.ton 1 il> .  Remarkable  Luck  Prom Chicago, isn't she?  Yes. A very unusual woman. She  has such remarkable luck in keeping  her help.  Mow's tuuL?  Why'sho told me she had bad four  luisbnndB and only one cook,  \Vartn will render the prettiest,  bunds un?1pli1.ly. Clear tbe oxcres-  nenees away by using TTolloway'fl  Corn Cnrr*. which nets thoroughly and  nulnloHSly.  Wlaes -Man  Mrs.   Exclto-���������Ob,   doctor,   husband  hi In an awful wny. -Tiift an Iv goof1  to sign my oh'-cks he faint.H away.  Doctor --What n in T to do.  Mrs. Excite���������-Oct, him so Unit ho  won't mint till after bo signs thorn.  wanrncmy within the camp. It will  tomijtar-miiie the strongpst consiitntion  ������������������xivZ ruin tin: meat vigoroiifi 1ie.-������rib.  iiir irawl*! to infJi(j;ention, liiliouhii<*hi,  "isAjn-pw-'e blood, bail complexion, km k  V-z/rtAil-rbf**", and in fim-  of   tin',   mo*1*  - 1 ���������   :, -        -i%.  >������j"P-i,lli*-il I   ������. .1 ll ���������������������:.*���������   111    .4|i|ii:.i'il' 11....        ���������   ���������  '.'ftn-ttViM'.til: in slow i.uiriih*. Dr. Mor*i<*'i  >:v,,:iift K.Kit Pills positively ������-iu'r  'Ctw'.ivH'Mlioii. 'I b<*y_ .iif: i.-ntii'ly  ������������������������i"������*i������..4ole in ('Onr'po'iitioit ami do not  fuw.iorii,   weukfn   or   nri(x*.     Piencive  ........   ���������,������  .1.1,    I    ,.    *   ,|r,'.,������  "f**.     lyi *+mmm <*>*m       4H  'SitSk'diSaAl-  Root  Pills  ���������rzrrrrr--r~r "- ���������-���������:���������  VV.  N.  U.  015  1  cliiic!iri| lils arm  oxclleilly.  I!i-i,i".;i',    iilic   (jiii'i'li-d   -Cn'orgi',    was  thai   a   i-oiil?  SunpiclouB  John, do yon lovo m<>?  Yes.  Will vou .-ilwiiys lovo me?  ���������*'<���������.-. look hero, donr, whnt havo  you been nnd gono nnd ordered Hont  luiuif now*.*  l!in  C|Air   Tin   M11H  Why did Mm I Mi Jump <>ff the  ,i.ni,:,   -Un had  liiiancliU ln>ubli:a.  JiinlcM���������Ob. I IO-I-.      Ilo juinpt <l Into  t!i,-   oci-nii * bciiiiiitii'   lie   coiiliiii'i   ki'i'p  In   lie   iiltHolllll'ly   liOlU'Hl '!  Vi'ii.   Iiidi'od.        Hi*   woilliln'l    even   al luuilii'i* rroin lb.- new iioii.c tliiit  li; lirini' built   iii'-M  ilnoi'  U> l������ii������.  Juot In Self Defence  Itass n-'blii'*. was out of nenson, and  tlv gam.' win-don who happened to  (li'.d a iuuiill boy holding a rod nnd  line, took tin* nrocantlon lo satisfy  himself that tho' string on the Hiind  h"bl only cut Hub, perch nnd Hiickori',  1*111 n !<���������','. i'i'i-i liiiiitff o'.iiiK I'.i'- .iUiui.  :i birgi.- black buss wriggling nnd  w 1 ti*lit. il .|i>\\*i 'villi 11 fitoiic 'I'bo ',  hoy's  eoiisclou     look  pi'ocliilmcil  him |  lb"  unlit V  pl'IMlllll. I  WJm! ure .vou doing with this IIhIi'.Y  * .' :!. ,-,.,;-,!. :. I,; ! -' ;-< ���������"*���������<'*��������������������������� <'������vi,.-> '  "vv'oll. vou hoc I'liturnod the boy, j  IiIuhIiIiii", but mil collided, he's becti )  lakliig my ball nil moriilnn, ho I .Imd |  lied blm up until I get, through flub-[  In... t  THE DARK HORSE  The one candidate on which all parlies in the United States agrea.  Let the combination  ������������%* 'jBfcy *������������SS____i    A better shine ill  ahine  your shoes.    ^BW^Mpy J������  if   IU   JL        lt������    IA4U1U.  half   the   time.  Hnirilr     >--��������� ���������**��������� n  jATjej"*-*  and paste combined.' '^^ pqajah fgcT" Jiest Dy tesu        *'   I  ���������   ��������� ���������_ ������������������aia-^ja_l-.l_^ lt^-M.'iM������,r*^ufi������1^w)Lw1xm*' ,-n- - u f r ri _ i im" ���������~"   - i- r*--r-*-ii'i^*iinrnnm^^  ~ma,*iW kit.- ttji"<  |'.WA'AIViVMi*M^W^'*^'iV*,v11'*'  ������'������M*������ti'l*W "'W*  MU  ii,ii.iii4IIiiii.iiiiiii,i.i,iiiiiii.II,i4,HIHIIii  mmmm,xmmuiimmmmmi  '*_  _  ���������Ml  i  *������wi^%<u^wJm',,^i^-ll'������. J BUTTER IS IMPORTED
\ DATE OF PARLIAMENT MEETING.i
NOT ENOUGH PRODUCED IN CAN-
Whether it Will Assemble In November   or  January   is   Matter  of '
Speculation
Ottawa.���Speculation- as to wheth-
Three Million Pounds Purchased last j �� Parliament will open iu November
J>F_./*.       CDD
_���ye1* s_
.........     !;;    U--::tcd    Sr-_.-_    and    Natw 5V-"    - - *������"    *=>   "->-   ' Ut"    ���U^r^a.aa   in   the
t��_i_��^    n...,inM_   *��^   r��=inui��rt   i= 1 ��ap"al anc* while members of tbe gov-
2ealand���Outlook   for   Dairying   is I ernment them-^veb    state    that   the
s-^cssdir-gly  Gooa,    ^ ana     Farmers i matter wijl not be settled until there
Should Increase Production. I is ��i full meeuug of the cabiuet, there
MAINTENANCE OF LIFE
Ottawa.���Tbe department of agri-| would appear to be a growing belief
culture has niadg. public tbe report of j tbat tbe government may not be able
J.   A.   Ruddick,  tne  dairy  and  coid< to   ��et   Jts   se&sioiial   programme   in
storage  commissioner,  for  tbe    year
ending  Maich  Stl,v 1S13.
progr
readi_esB for November. If it is
Mr. raid-1 found it to bo impossible to do so the
ministers will have to decide whether
it would le better to meet in Novem-
her with some of the bills ready to
j proceed -with or  to  wait  to January
dick, in the course of his summary
of tbo features of the yeai\ maKes
spine lntaresting remarks on the sud-
ject of tbe home market.
After noting tbat the unfavorable j ^n�� meet the house with a practically
weatner 01 1911 caused a shortage oi ecmplet.-j parliamentary bill of fare,
butter and cheese, Mr. Ruddick says: { :hat .!t will oe practically Impossible
���winter
in
tion
tbe demand until the new beasou's out
put would'be available. As a result
a large quantity of butter was imported, principally from New Zealand, the
total quantity, covering from that winter down to date. March 31. being
2,139,944 pounds.
There  ban altso been  imported  during tbe year ,929,318 pounds from tbe
United States.
In explanation of this, Mr. Ruddick says that the freight and duty..
3 cents per pound, on freshly made
butter from New Zealand amounts to
about the same as tbe cost of carrying Canadian butter from summer to
March. Canada, be says, does not
produce enougb nutter during tbe
winter for her current demands and
_Tfi-t eltber hold some summer butter
in storage or import from tbe southern hemisphere.
Jt 1s no. unlike!"*"" be sa^s tbat tbe
Pacific coast, at any rate,  will con-
XSm.-..*.      fmm     ~ -~w f.     .._���-.,-      ~~      C      *U f.      m.mn*
UUUC       A144       jaVAAll?      y t^CAA 15      O.S,      AAA       I.4AC?      __4CAOA,
to secure partial supplies from Aus-
Xmmli-
mxmr.xKX.
Dealing with tbe export market be
says: - '    *
Germany continues to grow in importance of international trade in
dairy produce, every year importing
larger quantities of butter. It -would
appear,that on the whole the wbrld's
consumption of dairy products is increasing rather faster than production and that reserve stocks are light's?, at tne present moment than they
have been for many years.
Tbe ou*look for dairying at present
is exceedingly good and there is every
aTi/winii'.i.jimaTil -f,-ji.nr��       tho iv.o-ri.-o*-
podnt of view for Canadian farmers
to increase their production.
Dealing with  the home trade, Mr.
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AAlAAAAAAAilA     A AvAAACAA XVO-.1-1AC4.1.   -VV J111C JV    JO      VCI .��
large, it bas not in the past attracted as much attention as its volume
would warrant.
tain.
C.P.R. Molding Company
Toronto���A story was in circulation tor-ay that the Canadian Pacific
may form a holding company to take
oyer tne company's vast holdings in
the west in event o>f the government
refusing to sanction tbe eapital increase. European and American
shareholders in larger numbers than
ever in the company's history will attend the annual meeting nest month
in Montreal.
Great Timber Resources
Vancouver.���Provincial ^timber c-of-
fielals have just completed an estimate which shows that one billion
feet of timber per year is cut in this
province The same officials figure
that six billion feet could be safely
President's  Address  at'   Opening    of
British . Association    for   Advance-
_._~A.    .4   c.l .__
*.ac:4.A-,l4l   'OCCllvC..
D��nde3, Scoi-lftn*! ���"rhp> most intor.
esting feature of the openi__ session
cf the British Association for the Advancement of Science was tbe presidential address this evening of Prof.
E. A. Schaefer of Edinburgh University, which dealt with the nature,
origin and maintenance ot life. During the course of his address he said:
We may fairly conclude that all
changes . in living substances are
brought about by ordinary chemical
and physical forces.
Speaking of the properties of
growth and reproduction, he declared"
, They are possessed not' alone by
living bodies, for inorganic crystals
grow 'and multiply 'and reproduce
their like given a supply of requisite subs+ance.
Further he said:
It has been proved tbat we can no
longer consider- such an apparently
vital phenomenon as the fertilization
of tho egg as being the result of living material brought to it; since it
is possible to' start the process of
division of the cell in the egg and the
resulting formation of cells and ultimately ot all the tissues and organs,
in short to bring about the development of the whole body, if a simple
chemical reaction is submitted for the
male element in tbe process of fertilization. We may even hope some
day to see the material which composes the nucleus of ceil life prepared
by tbe combination of the proper
substances.
In summing up his lemarks, be said
that research seems to point to the
conclusion that the possibility of the
production of life���that is of living
material���is not so remote as has
been generally assumed.
iliiLi    anil   IKlfOi
_*-___���____ '
ITALIANS ANNOUNCE TERMS FOR
ENDING WAR
SAFE-GUARDING   LIVES  AT  SEA
Britieh  Board cf Trade    Issues    Revised 'Rules aa Outcome cf Titanic
Inquiry
_   Luijuuu ���As an outcome oi tne Ti-
Exprsss 2 "-st-rfnssT-atior* to fi-lnsnts:*. I Unic intiUiryf v*ae -ppdla ot Little,-li<u)
Hold on Tripoli and Cyrenaica���Will ! issued   revised   rules   for   increasing
Return to Turkey Islands in Aegean i the safety of lives at sea.      Tbe rules]
Sea, Excepting Stampalia. llfT5 .f?*��Uv* ^J?*?*1'*  *' i313'
_. . _   .       .     .      _.  . -    I They will  nrovide that fc:eigu sroing
���-masso, bwitzenana. ���itaty is   ae--passenger   ships  and  emigrant ships
rni
1
��� "a a ��. a a
M
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yr.;:-;.-'; ��� v.���-.-,-,-���-.���������.,fa^-,:~r<.-;;.;_;.i.-.:---;:<.*- -��� --^^Y^&PSf*?"*
?^t"'Of-i-th.2-?;^
Y^emoryVe^ " ^
LESSON*    XI���-THIRD
FOR SEPT
termined to maintain its hold on Tripoli and Cyrenacia. No great advance has yet been made in the un-
and  foreign  sailing    ships
passengers shall be required to furnish  life   boat  accommodation   tor  all
Matt,   xi,  28���Commentary
fed by hev.   D.  M.  s-ct_r��, .,
Ibis lesion Is another* step '.ik^f^
carrying j wain \n tile regular seguoiice Oi_ e*fe. .'.
official  negotiations ^for Pea.ce_ _wblch] on board:" "the "lifT'boar* equipment
are now going on In Switzerland1 be
tween the Italian delegation and re
presentatives of tbe Turkish govern
Ottawa ���The labor department reports quiPt conditions throughout the
country, insofar as industrial jhs-
"Ct-.r'ja'nce-s ars eciie&i-neu. ���-.. 'ihe
strikes which occurred throughout the
country  .n July  did not extend  into
nubuat,   CAAiiA    t,_-c:i d   ell c    -Any    a.   L_VV    U1*-,-
putes pending. In all cases conciliation boards have either been applied for or at work.
London ���John Stannard. of Rugby,
has just take out bis sixty-first game
license, on his eightieth birthday. Last
>ear be shot a brace of woodcock with
the right <-.nd left barrels a feat rarely accomp.isbe.1.
ment. The former, while express; 1 gUt the voyage,
ing their readiness to make concess- ]
ions in behalf of Italy in secondary
matters, have declared it impossible
to give in on several points. Italy
demands absolute and complete sovereignty over Tripoli and Cyrenaica
without, however, exacting its recognition from Turkey. It demands Uie
evacuation of tne Turkish troops and
it is pointed out that the administration at Constantinople might find a
way to meet' these demands by proclaiming the independence of these
territories. entiiistin_ the Arabs to
govern themselves.
It is also proposed that Turkey
shall* immediately re-admit Italians to
the Ottoman Empi;e under the saui*
conditions as prevailed before the Avar.
Italv v -il keep Stampalia as a naval station, while she will return to
Turkey tbe other islands in the Aegean Sea on condition that their nationality shah be respected and that their
political and administrative organiza-
t'on shall be conducted on the lines
set forth in the proposal of Count
Leopold Yon Berehthold, the Ausiro-
Hungarian foreign minister. Finally
Italy will grant Turkey the same concessions as were granted by Austria
when the latter country annexed Bos-
which has been increased must be in
the boats as soon as the ship leaves
tbe harbor and there remain through-
r.o     fir.
...       A.���
Af>/_       i'.T
xjlcx 4il>5ir*Y JXlet.
The number of persons to be -carried in each boat jjiu&l be marked on
it. Sidney Buxton, of the board of
trade, in issuing the new rules makes
tbe statement that it may be necessary to obtaiL further , legislative
powers in order to make adequate boat
drill compulsory and secure crews to
man the boats properly.
The rule is abrogated which permit-
ed ships with bulkheads to carry a
lesser number of boats.
Eating Dogs
Berlin.���Stories are in    circulation
in connection  with the Jiigh cost of i are repeatedly urged to ���talk
food that poor people a/e killing and | Jii
eating dogs. Those who believe it
point for proof to an advertisement in
a Zacon newspaper in which the Dresden society for the prevention of
cruelty to animals calls attention .to
tbe mysterious disappearance of large
dogs, which it is supposed were caught
for slaughtering.
out it matters cumpar��mveAy littfe?
lie ih in tne heai l y�� ev ^.-y les
aud tbe book i-< giv^n to jits-'thJ-fc -a?a \Jr
may know <Jod, v-ao can ae nhawii
cmy tjiioagh^Jebus canst, as ���v&VualS *
_ee before weNb}ivu fiuusbed the lesson;* ^
Our aitei-tion is caugat- Sx&t by vx&^ti
tluee reioreiic'es to His mighty 'worags \
(verses 20, 21, 23), and we~ remember iv?
that lie &ald on one occasion; 'If $"?
do not tbe works of My father < bo-'"
heve jYid not. Eut if I do, ihousV "v
ye believe not Me, believe the won_3Yi
tbat ye may know au/i believe tha.1 ""
tbfe Father is in Me and I is. l-iiso. '-"
(John x, 37, 38;. _ In .Israel's ttatlon-tll.
al anthem, which was written so ,'lonf_: "v
ago and which they will sing >ijen^
tile kingdom comes, they ��^U ���* p-iilyE1-*-' ?
one another tn d<��cisir,_ i-Ha aa<nna  4***'^
He hath done excellent things <Xlsa.^
xn, A).      In their great ^psalter Hh&yt^ti
of   all '
OllaWAi.���Notice hdb been received
at Ottawa of a scheme for scholarship
at secondary schools and colleges in
Britain for pupils for similar institutions in lh_ overseas dominions. The
object of the promoters of the scheme
is described as cultivation of mutual
knowledge and unity of sentiment between rising generations in Britain
and the dominions. Scholarships
are open to boys and girls in any of
the colonies. The promoters alsb
propose an exchange of pupils in overseas schools.
ASKW1TH   ARRIVES
Will Study Working of the Lemieux
r-iCi. i *# %4an"**.��.��*.
Montreal.���Sir George Askwith, president of the industrial council, the
British .committee appointed to make
a government inquiry into how labor agreements may be best enforced
and into labor legislation in various
Tiir
IHE*
iTmru_��-i
!_ I?D!_�� 1 1 KanPHS hard winter wheat and thus so
_\E,r-yni
Weekiy brain Letter Supplied by
Thompson, Sons o-, Co., urain Merchants,  Winnipeg.
Winnipeg* August 28.���The leading
feature oi unpen tance in conneeuoAj
witn tbe worm s wueat situation during the past week bas been tne euaan-
and the United States,  investigating
particularly in Canada the working of
cut without diminishing   the    supply, rthe L-pmieux ac*        Today he met s.
The rate of cutting could be therefore} number of employers oTiabor and "al-
increased  six times and kept up for
ever without depleting the supply.
uation ot very wet and uniavoraDie
countries, hat, arrived in Montreal and j weather in Jiiugland ana western n.ur-
wlll visit the chief centres in Canada ( ope,  and   showery  weather  oyer  tne
Saskatchewan Cadets     ,
Toronto���The SaukaLchewan Mounted Cadfets were -examined by the competition judges at the Canadian National Exhibition and were found to
be far above the average in cleanliness and general appearances, while
their saddlery and other appointments
were in excellent condition.
They did not take part in the
marching competition.
Largest Aerial Fleet
Berlin.- Tbe largest aerial fleet
ever assembled will take part In the
eutumn manouvroB of the German
army, under the direction of the
kaiser. Jt will consist of forty aeroplanes and three airships, and the
general staff will make extensive experiments in  the use . of aircraft in
���war.. .'.'-���'"��������� -::.r ���''
Cheap Coal
Edmonton.���Good anthracite, coal
delivered In the markets of the prairie provinces ac from $3.50 to $4.00
a ton instead of $10 to $15 a ton, Is
a possibility, through tbo finding of
il now 'bative.;,supply in Alberlu? fifty
���mllos from Calgary.    ?
Autonomy for Macedonia
London .---Uiiloss tlio-: Powers soon
fluccoed i>i Becurlng tho;autonomy for
Macedonia, sayf*.' I.b�� Dally Mail Sofia
correspondent, ovon the' prOflont Bill:
Karlan government will become convinced of tlio necessity - for,, war with
Turkey In'order to compel the Porte
to concedo autonomy.
Purchase Napoleon's Villa
fl-HHs.-'-It Ib -reported tbat the Villa
Ufa San Mai'llno on tho Islund of 101-
"bn, which Napoloon Is said to have
��coupled during his oxlle haa been
purahiiHiHl by the Marquis Huspoll for
$00,000. '
r Row In October
I*onnon.~--Ernest Barry, of l^nfifland,
the world'a champion ncullor, and
?B3dward Dtirnan, of Toronto, have ar-
rangod a mutch for the championship
of tho world, to tnKe placo on tno
ThamoB In Ontobor.
U.S. Rails for Manchcoter
Mancboiitor, Eng.,���Tlio oity council aftor muoh oppoaltlon votod for
tho ftoeoptftnoo of an American tender
to uupply tram ralla. Many of tho
councillor** wanted tho higher British
tend or accepted.
Ottawa.���-.T.  H. Qrladalo,   dlrnctor
CfZ     ll.m     A...^A.4 444.tl.ll,ll,i      llll  111,      HUM      1U1L     Oil
an oxtoniled tour through Iho Canadian west. Ho will go through to Iho
coast, and oxpecta to be absont about
nix weeks.
so  representatives  of    tbe    working
Ti&riri! ���
at ��� ���_--*- T
I intend to meet further employers
of    labor,    said     Sir   George,     and
m.f.mrif.-m.m      ���.IT. f<     Xml.f.      ��*.-.   S��.-X^m f. ~X'-.' J��      iV.
J.V. A.V.AAA. ,    *T AA���       ACAAAC -  CAAA.���    A AI A.C7A .30 It';  .AAA    -. I.AAt3
labor question. I shall go to Otui-
wa. Toronto and probably to the
trades unicn congress at Guelph and
then on to Calgary and Vancouver
in order to see important representatives of both the employers and em-
rloyed, and later will visit the United
States.
NELSON   AS   BAY     TERMINAL
Opinion Prevails at Ottawa That This
will be Choice���-Cochrane Returning
Ottawa.���A telegraph - message received at the department of railways today froni Indian' Harbor stating that the govienimeht steamer
Stanley,. which ia conveying Hon. P.
Cbchrano minister of railways,' from
Hudson Bay to North Sydney, -will.
In .all'.'probability-arrive at Nortlv Sydney on Tuesday. It is expected that
ths .'''minister ."will' on? arrival' at Sydney, start at pnee for the capital.
A definite annpu'ncem'ent'i, as to the
government's choice of .the. terminals
r n "���Hud.nd'n-'. Bay lg cxpec'teil soon
after Mr, Cochrane readlios the capital;   ���'     - -Y:- -'���?��� --Y-YY--���''���?' ���' ���     Y.-
The general expectation ifl that Nol-
son will get the choice over Churchill
and that in tho course of a few months
n contract will be lot-for tho con"r
tlon of the section of tbo road 'between Split Lake'and?.the more sou thorn port.  '..-
MUTINY IN BLACK SEA
Reports That Forte Have Been Bom-
b.-.rc'cd M.ii! VVMrutiipn Sunk
Londotif-^-A private tologvain from
SobaHtopohroportod >a mutiny of the
crews of, the Black Sen Sunadron, ac-
cordliiK' lo tho ConHlantlnople corro't-
pondont of the Chronicle.
Tho WJrAblpB boml^rdod tho forts
which replied vigorously and.sunk ono
of the attacking vobhoIb.
Tho heavy Rim firo continued as
thu doHjmtch left. It la stilted that
ono crulHor escaped and, reached Biu-
ghas, Bulgaria. No confirmation of
this rnport hnu boen rftoelvod .froni
othor sources.
wwuiu.���_-.--.mxiti uow leelu ot gold Uls-
ii��rtV4��T,'A/* MA**'   ri��iw��iii' **,;",Y"* ice.. Cm'i.
fully analy-cd, and th��* average yield
of 1000 tons of oro It SO dwts to tho
ton.
Arohe* In Vancouver
Vancouver.���Both the C.N.It. and
CI.N.It. havo signified thoir Intention
of erecting arches In Vancouver
ntrootR In connection with tho visit of
tho Duko of Connaught
Another London Statue
London ���The stntue of Lord Cllve
which Ih to )i���� *��r<w��i>.a <>,,'��v,�� ff-^rn
lending to 8t. Jninon Park at the bottom of King Chariot! street, Whitehall,
will, Jt Ib bopod, be unveiled by tlie
king. ���       ;���
Berlin ��� Automatic mnnov-btinVlnir
imuttiuii't* imvo boon placed by tho au-
Lv,;..v.v.v- uh.iumm AA.Ai.iv Ai i.iiii'i.y-iiv*��
public schools at Stettin for collecting
and roglstoring cash deposits made
J by iichool children.
most part or our Canaoian West and
m parts of the United States spring
wheit count*"". In Weoi.ei*n I^iircpe
inciuaing the United Kingaom, tms
untavoraD.e weather has id._ted 'with
only t,iignt mtei mission lor nearly
six weelcs and must have done a good
deal of damage to tbe quality ot tne
gram crops, at a Iuub wIicm uvt*auy
good weatner has been needed for harvest work. Whether the quality of
grain yet to be secured will be great-
'iy diminished tpom what it 'mi-^ht
have been will probably depend on
whether in Immediate and lasting return to favorable weather takes place
or not. In the meantime Liverpool
prices have advanced 2'*/{3C to 3%c per
bus. on the week, aud such markets
as Pans, Antsverp and Berlin are all
higher. On this side of the water
the showery weather over the, spring
wheat country cannot be said to have
done much damage to crops either as
to quality or quantity, but the delay
in getting ahead with the cutting of
our Canadian crop, and in threshing
the spring wheat in the Dakotas. and
'���Minnesota, where most of it ib "already cut and a good deal of it stacked, delays tho movement on the
American side, and leaves an indefi-
niteness about, the time whon our
Canadian crop may be ready to move,
freely, and the risk as to ultimate
quality which kdepa the Winnipog
market, at least affected by the situation more than any other, doubtless because the American spring
wheat is in a largo measure secured
and only iiwaits settled weather for
threshing "to go ahead. The United
States spring wheat la practically nil
out of tbe reach of frost damage, but
probably foiir-liftlia of our Canadian,
crop may still bo ut the risk of front1
Owing to the showery, wonther and
lowor temperature of the last throoi
days thero have boon fears of light!
frosts ovor western Canada the Inst;
two'nights, but fortunately those fear-
have proved groundless as then* have
boon no.frost, und hopes aro now entertained that a critical period having
boon piiBuofl nafoly, tho Immediate, fu-
Uuo may uxpot-luucu more favorablo
���weather and harvest progi-oss satisfactorily. Two or throe weeks of
ordinary dry warm weather would seo
tho bulk of tlie crop In stook and well
out of biiim'-t way, and In ninny dlri-
triots throshlng would be fairly woll
begun in that time. Wo know of
two oars of now wheat having come
nlonjr. The find, wan from Southern
Albf-rtn .ind grruh-il T*Ti*. - AJburtu
Rod Wlnlor, tho othor prime from
tfouthorn Manitoba and was tough
having boen threshed too soon, otherwise {ho grado was No. 2 Northern,
With steady dry weather numerous
cum of new wheat would begin ��� at
once to como along, but itruior tho
moHf. favorablo conditions a free movement, in.11Id not begin until after the
middle of September, It nil dopondfi on
th* V'f"*th'*r. bnt v.**-. v.-.-M i. -....I. ���4.44.'
we ntnt'.-**) In our last week's rovlow,
viz.: thnt ��hf�� prosper* J�� good for a
full uver.ago yield of mllliiig whout of
high average quality. Tho nnfor-
tuiiulii wij.ilhor in Europe whioh Iiuh
}m\ tn i��rMt <1^i��.' im *���������'���"-*���- ���!!!".-���
with hom-��*��;rown whVnt. ban enimnti
an iiKii-oiu'eii .demand for heavier .supplies* of foreign whoat. and thus qulto
a largo ox port bunlnfiiis in belnir done
j with tbo United SUattw. 'ti-.ii_aaUy" it.| Anhur'ano lVul-th
far has been preventing any large
increase in the United States Visible
Supply, in face of a very free marketing by farmers in "the winter wheat
states. This and the delay in the
free movement o? the spring wheat
together with the unfavorable weather
conditions in the Northwest and in
western Europe, has caused rather a
strong market in Chicago, and prices
there are 2c. up on the wheat, New
York was also 2c. higher. In Minneapolis and Duluth, however, there
is. only a fractional upward change
in prices, the impending large spring
wheat crop being ino close ,to these
markets. Winnipeg futures, however
show an advance of le. The statistical situation beems beginning to turn
in the direction of increasing stocks
and* once tbe big spring wheat crop
on this side begins to move iu volume
and the Russian and Danubian exports
increase in the usual way after their
harvests are over, visible supplies
will probably increase liberally. Last
week the U.S. visible increased 419,-
000 bus. although its total is only 18,-
664,000 bus. againsl 48,247,000 bus. a
year ago The European visible increased 2.128,000 bus. and is now
03,514,000 bus i ���aiust 76,800,000 bus,
a year ago and t ie world's visible supply according to Brads'��vet's increased
2,323,000 bus., the total being 98,573-
000 bus. against 136,254,000 bua. a
year ago. At moat other times the
consideration of these visible supply
figures would be decidedly bullish,
but the prospect of the very largo?sur->
plus for export from the U.S.' -and
WeBtorn Canada crops, .nnd large Increase available for export fronr Russia neutralises., the lessened visible
stocks. Besides this, thore Is this
year a great increase comparer] with'
last year In the feed grain and fodder
crops, bav, potatoes, and roots in both
Europe and America, which In some
measure munt detract from the value
of the wheat crop. Also wo have
new crops coming on In" Australia
and the Argentine; these are showing
up well at present and If they develop
into the 'fTOsnect 0f large yield they
will in due time have a bearish Influence on prices.
Our Winnipeg markot. is qulto alive
but there In not much doing, for tho
old wheat Is pretty well clearod up,
nnd although there la a good demand
for now crop nt several cents discount
under old crop, dealer* are not anx-
lotm to mako forward sales until tho
crop Is nearer to hand. A fair
amount pf trading transpires In future deliveries each day, but wo cannot call Uio option ninrltet active.
To-day's caeh prices for old crop
grades are No. 1 Nor,, 1.04%c; 2 Nor.
102-lie; 3 Nor., 97V6c; No. 4 whent
87Mio; No. Ii, 73c: No. 0, C.'lc. Food.
6i)o. For new crop winter wheat
vi'iali prices ���������������:���No. 1 Alberta Rod,
l)5^c; No. 2 A.R., UllVjc; No. 3 A.
It.. 91 Vs.. Futures closed Octobor,
ilSVi-.; Docemlicr, OOVJc; May, 9fie.
Oat**--
Thero continues to be an excellent
demand for old oals. Tb���� nnfuvor-
ulil*-* weather ln England by delaying
and damnglng tho crop there ban ex*!
landed tho export demand and thoro
Is still a good d'-mand from en stern
Canada, To-day's cash prices aro:
No. 2 Can. Wontem, 4?M*; No. 3 C.
W., 40V.e; Ex. 1 Fd., 42f*: 1 UM., <1n;
m Fd. Me. Futures closed October
"IR����4c; December, M-fte.
oMriny���-
There  Is   nothing doing  In  barley
and  priei*n &.\<> nominal at No 3, fibe;
No. 4, 46l_c.
Flax
The flax market Is steady and cnsli
lobe;
LIONEL   N.    DE    ROTHSCHILD
A  Young   Member of  English  Branch
of  Family Engaged to  French
Giri
... AO.
Pia-'a*
..    ... I        1      .��   ,1 ,      AIUO,      J.     Ill UH,
cloned 1001/.C.
All   prices  q uot fd   aro  on  basin  of
delivery In  Ptoro Fort William,  Port
UinucM
Canadian   Sprains^  her    Ankle    and
Has to Seek Shelter in  Hut���Another -Weld  Prisoner
Geneva ���Miss Sommerville, a Canadian Alpinist, joined her parents in
Geneva after being    overdue    thirty
hours,  ten of which  she  spent in a
hut in the Mont Blanc range during
a   SUCWStor!S   auu      Ttiib      A,      Bpi ctlued
ankle.
The young Canadian, who is a good
climber, started from Courmayeur,
Italy, without a guide to cross the
Co) du Geant, 11,052 feet high, to
Chamonlx a'nd .was overtaken by a
violent snowstorm. During the Ainr-
ried descent to gain the shelter rf
the hut she slipped and twisted her
ttAikie.
Miss Sommerville says an Alpine
stOrm surpasses lu fe***>'-.'ty a Caiu.V
Ian bli/nrl but haioi'v it does u.it
last so loi..g
About the same time Miss Oldfield,
of London, who Is staying nt Aosta,
was caught in the same storm while
climbing Mont Cortnet; 8123 feet high,
and .���'������was forced to spend many hours
In anT Alpine hut?1 '"...,.-
.-,������'��� A search party of Italian guides ,se,t
out in quest of iho lost English woman,
aiid after a long nnd useless search
returned to Aosta to find that she had
arrived several hours'before.
SCHOOL PARM FOR BRITISH
Hon. Rupert Guineas to Place Young
Men o'n HIb New Brunswick
Property
',., Frederlbton, N.B.���-Tho Hon. Rupert Guinness, M.P., of England who
with Lord nnd Lndy Onslow, have
boon on a fishing;trip, is going to purchase'a farm In New Brunswick boforo leaving the Maritime Provinces
and upon this farm ho expects to
place young men from the middle
classes In England, who aro anxious
to got. back to tho land.
By remaining on his property for
some time, tho young niwn will thus
gain sufitcient experience to be able
to succeed In this country.
CANADA'8  BIG  TRADE
many stripes ana    'e��    ��n\ijjes,    a;
there are'also    degree,    in
wondrous works (Ps. rlxxviii, 4��� -.
cv. 2,-5; cvi. 2). W�� sh_i_d>?"
begin at creation and follow oa ,\-*
through Hit, dealings with "Noah_; rAb? l v
raham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Israel's- "���"
deliverance from Egypt and all Hia r
subsequent dealings with them, them* x
remember that He who did thessY-l
mighty works in Chorazin, Bethsaids, T,.
Capernaum, is the same person vifiioiii,'.
we saw working from .creation onwaiij "
who was- born a�� the" Son of Mary f> j
in Bethalem, but whose goings foxtla "1
ha-*re been from o�� old, from tne aaya * '|
of eternity (Mic. v, ^% margin) ^ 1
Mark Itiis: I say unto you (verses 22, j
34) and remember that It i_ thegaroe *; -\
as the* tl*us s_ith thx Lsord, GL~zsi��irK?b2,~.*~'4
Testamert, and it stands. to,aJl.ete_i-'<~��J
ity.      He is  speaking as  the Judgej &$
"���vJie_   US   tailiS   ua    ���4_   auuu c   ui    i_m;    .���   ..
and Sidon and Sodom and" tbe, daa?;*'|
of judgment and says tbat it vfll hetti*'- n
more tolerable for them than for thfl[
cities in which He did His inighty
works, for the Father judgelh no mars
but hath committed all judgment unto the Son (John v, 22)." What this
more tolerable may mean we cannot
know certainly, but we do know that
there are    degrees  . iu    punishment,
4.
icriv
degrees    in  ��� glory-
every one punished  or rewarded a<
cording to their doings    (Rev.    xxi- ,\"
xxii, 12; Jer. xvii. 10).      Salvation ~\<   ' -
the same for ail and wholly of grq,c ,-A-
apart from any works of ours, but th. V'
rewards for the saved ,will be accord,-. -^
ing to    service.        All    who    reject * *
Christ are lost, but punishment wil? _. '
be according to desert.      As to th��s,"
day of judgment, it will cover a "thou- -
sand years, saved people being judged    y_
for service at the judgment seat of? ������ *"
Christ and tbe nations after that, whea Y;
the   redeemed   come   with   Christ   ia -,J
glory, both of those judgments at the   *
beginning of the thousand years���-the.'-
judgment of the  great white th-OS*-*
for the rest of the dead at the pn_ "*,
cf the thousand years.      The'Lord fa
not   willing that  any   should   perish, s -
but that,all should come to repentance. ..
(11 Pet.  Iii,  9), and one'of His lasfc   J'
commands before His Aae^nKlvj,   w^.^ >
that repentance and remission of sins*,   <
should be    preached    in    Kis    name. .
among all  nations   (Luke xxiv,  47_) ,.* '
Even after the church shall have .been."
caught up,  when   the trumpets 'shal!1   _
be  sounded  and  tbe  vials  of  wrath_ ,
poured out,, it will  be ln order that
men may repent (Rev. ix, 20, 21; xvl'
9,  11).      The wisdom of this wrlt^    '
cannot receive these_ or , any    otherx   ,
truthB of God and is "increasingly re*
jecting the whole world of God and,
thus we learn that we are fast nearlng
the end of this ungodly ago and tho
dawn of a better one.      Let us  bo'
glad   to  be   the   little   children,   tha
babes,  who believe   every  word  than
our Heavenly Fii.th.or has told us. an<4 .*
let.; ub not forget ��� that .the.^orld^by*????^
Its wisjdojci,;?whel,her .in, the?pulpit'.'--j??;^,
the bew ��,ir the professor's ciialr. dbeq ??;���
not and cannot know Cod ��� fI-Cor? i?;?);
���21). It is better to know ''God''V'tha'rv:'l'':'-;''��5
to ..po-siiess the riches or wisdom-Zo ti ,
���mlffiht of this world, but It ve<juirr ?
true humility and poverty o^.iu.8]lIr.^...^:���..���;i.J;j>���
arid that 'the proud, 'rebollibti6?caPnir"[ti:ti.;;ti
mind of man does not have nml ;doc ? ? '
not want (Jer. Ix, 23, 24; Mutt."������?-,��� 3 "titititit
���Jas-..r:iv,; 6). ���'.'?'������:. .?Y---:-''.?;?"?^
When wn are able to nay conoein-.
ing all the words nnd works or God,   .?"?'
all that He doos or permits to bo dono :   ?'
the word�� of verse 26 froni the heart,     -
"Even   on.  Father,   for  h'o   it.  soomed      ���
good iu Thy Bight," we huvo renohed   "'"���
a placo of real soul rcst.a, plaoo where. :   f-'
wo  can  abide   satisfied.       This   waa    ?
tho rest of the, Lord :.Tosu��  Christ.  ?
The  Wither sent Him, and   Ho Ilvoj
by   llirc  Father,, always   pleasing' the   ���',���...
Father and delighting TTIinsoir In, tho
Fnthor'H  will.      So  Ho says   to  all      ?
thoso who labor nnd nre heavy laden,
''Como unto Mo, and I will give .you  ?" '
rent."     The rest Is to bo found U\ .-.
Himself,  n"t   In   Hl��   nervier*  nor'-IIl*"*. ..
gifts.      Vo must learn to sing fi'bni'
tho heart, Jesus, I am resting, rostlng*:    ������
in  tho joy of  what Thou art.      Ho* ���
nays,   "My   peace  I   give  unto  you."
The lovo of tho Father nnd the will of
tlio Father wore His rest and peaeo,
and they ma" bo ours too.     Only tho
meek and lowly heart can enjoy HI��
yoko  and  learn  of Him,  hut  to  tho
Returns 8how Total of $237,313,779
For Flrtit Quarter of 1012
Ottawa.���Official figures of exports
and Imports for tho first quarter of
tho current yoar, namely to June no,
show r. total Canadian trade of $2?I7,- ,
213.779, an Ir.cr.-".ar.r. cf $.r>r,,.ir,2.:,r.i) wt-ri ������vtur.i! jr.an t..i�� ine��kii������H mum ���-,������**'���.
tlie corroipondlng period ot last year.
Imporbi fo* tho uuurlur, oxchiifilve
of coin und bullion, totalled $152,975,-
C45 as against $117,410,027.
Exports totalled $70,200,770 as
against $50,624,400 for tho first quart-
or of ion.
Ar;other Canal
Berlin.���Thore Is a rumor In financial <'. Ire leu ln>r<�� tlmt ni-trvvtlnMivnu n��-n
on foot Iii Lumlou for the formation
of an Anglo-French uyndlcato for th��*
oointrcctlon of n canal through Nicaragua with tho object of countorlnK
tbo dlfflcultle.-i that have arluoii
over tbo Panama Cnnr.l���thrnni-li tho
ptiMHiiMo of iho i'unumn Canal law by
4��.    . 4    ,    . . .   - -1
...m    -..,.~...m..    W.lBIA,ua. .Ml-14    III,   Ul|-
thoratntlvo  circles    are    Inereduloua
and tbo origin of the rumor cannot
bo  truce,..       Nothlrifj;   Ih   ��jftf��l   to  bs
\ kivown lu JUiudou about lt.
ity me utterly iliulasteful, for tho natural man is under th*> ooiilrol of tho
Uovil, and he knows nothing: of meok*
nosn or lowliness.      ,
Colony Farm la a Winner
��� Toronto.���In ono   of   the   greatewt
Dhowlng of horses ever ueun at on*
oxIilblUiu  in   Cuniidu,  British  Columbia, represented by Colony Farm, won
i.Mnil    /_'�����l,.w.�� "_.,���      -.4    .,;       r. .  \:  .
'ttonal lOxhlbltlon, capturing no, lean
tbiin kIy championships, firvven flr*t
piliiuw, lluuii noeond. prbeh, one fhint
and one fourth prlice, an woll a* th��
Hpoulul giilil  iiiedul, presi'iitHil by tbo
YlHtloh   lli.^l-.,.'.    ��.^--.��-.ii   .     ��   ^    'utt + .
fomulo under 14.2 hnndft. nnd 1v\***i
inn iroin ami 'diver vnedalu for ��hlr��>
feinnlio of any :iro."
Tho Colony  Farm  exhibit  Include*
nfilrcj, Cl>t'u��MliUi��', Umskneys, And po��
* alum..
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Bm%M
mmmgnm can sufelly yoiit needs  in   Stone  Crocks, Me, two, three and five gallons  in bulk or packages  also  I_J| />1r 1 _ -fa r_������  ST IV i\llll^  Q*t--_r*^C  W_J^J_V''W*-*  Victor Saudvig aud Mr. and Mrs  Bruoe Tucker of Creston were down  for a drive on Sunday.  Monrad Wigen i3 busy clearing up bu  j additional two acres on his ranoh.  Miss Arrowsmith and brother WiU  -were paying calls at Duck creek Sunday.  I  I  Tho ni-octnn Rarher xnnn i  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS; CIGARS, ClOARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS.        RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET. ������������������.- ..  :.,%..   :>-��������� . ? .%y ??*���������*  I  e: A KA j-l A11-1 s- ?i? T^x PriiD. i  a-     u jaw-ma, b *xt7 see  -S^^^ -5     ������        5  ���������*  5- _ ������������������-.. - ���������* - - _������ ������������������- ���������   -��������� uiJa     _���������_  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  BO. taAHB  8tntVETOB A&D   ABCHUaCft  _*Iaas aud SpeetfLeatdouS  Preston -     -  ���������������-V      HERE ARE SOME OF THE   Y *">'  FOSITIONO  - S.V-.  DENTISTRY  H. E. HALL B.. D, S,  HERE ARE SOME OF THE  i  \j s  Referred to us the firstweek in August  ?Luuiber ���������?o.v Elk, stenographer    - ' -   -   {������65 month  Power Co.. ���������ity. Stenographer    -     -     -     ������50     -.*���������*���������:;  jiAijj.-v*������������, vitj., ^������������i������;i*0-  grapher     -   -   -,.';'.'^JS     *'  Lumber Co., St. Maries,  Bookkeeper-   -   S75     "  Church  Notices  iUii.At_v>JL>Xi- i i/nuiiija  Set-vices will be held every Sunday na  follows:  Morning        -^      - 11:00 a.m.  Evening   - 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. m.  You ;t_e welcome to   tj������Tj- with us.  _'l'*?*.l J-:- OiSl'n*?I'lt'?I*  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday   at  lln.ni.  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of even-  "       ***  ing service.  WaG.B_._ke  Minister  Ivlr. OHiuerou of Coleman, Alberta  was down Monday looking over his  property here.  -ill!  Mr. Taylor of Lethbridge spent a  couple of days lookiug over laud iu  this vioiuity. He seemed woll pleased  with tho district and will probably pur-  rthnse l_ud here.  A number of youug  people  spent   a  | pleasant evening   with  Mr,  and Mrs.  Butterfield ou Suuday labt.  New davs demand new methods. The  store of yesterday can't compete with  the store of to-day An expense-reducing and efficiency increasing Ford deli-  very car is the , best evidence you can  furnish your trade that yours is not, a  store of yesterday.  More than 75,000 new Fords into service this season-  proof that tbey must be r'ghfc. Three passenger Roadster $775���������-five passenger touring car $850���������delivery oar  $875���������f. o. b. Walkerville, Out., with all equipment  Catalogue from Kootenay Garage Company of Creston,  R. S. Bevan, -manager���������or direct from Walkerville.  ���������a i b  x   _r^T^������ y_t**t^  Paul Offuer's house is nearing completion. He will give a house warming  party ou or about the 21st.  and  ORNAMENTALS  ream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  J*x  I  FOB SALE  Harvester Co., Moscow,  Stenographer   -   $60  Office   over  __ank Parks Hardware��������� Commission, City. Sten-  i m m m    ���������_���������  Yhhk i 8 tm&  -Baser Sfeess.  CRANBRGO^  *\J!X*.m  B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  OoHStrLf mo jSnoineeb  1Jm\SmmliOi.mJlH  ���������an  Fiveacre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  sale.   Close to town adjoining the mea-j coaatl  dows and suitable for stock or dairy  Mrs. E. M. Harrison and little Archie  have returned from their trip to the  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district*' Our specialty is budded stock  a*^  m.m.    4.T. ���������_.-.._���������'/  \JXJL    IU1\.V������-  year-old whole roots.  ographer -   -   -   "$50  Hdw, Co., St. Maries,  Bix>kkeeper     -   ������80  Lumber Co., Paiouse, Stenographer   -   -   -   $65  Aud others,  calls. "We'll have ^a good position  waiting for YOU when you complete  your course-  Write for Free Ziesson in Grregg  Shorthand, P eainasship Booklet or  .    ���������-       ���������- Catalog.  MR. & MRS- CROMPTON. The Blair Business College  _     ~      '   ��������� [Firrt Avenue and Madison, Spokane  Teachers of j  Piano, Violin, Singing      I.       ....  , ,,,1^^-.,-^,----,--���������,  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances j (  OKELL, YOUNG & v,oT  cattle.   Bearing orchard bring iri good  ncome.   v Apply owner % Review.  '������������������m.ti. mm"*ti ?������������������ ���������������'���������    iiJ*1  A. !������iirabeth  a  ma m* ��������� ��������� ���������  Real BBtate aud Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Aooident Insurance  RBATj ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  B.C.  J Before Letting  i  m Contract.  For tho 'Minding of your New  House, Storo, Office. Workshop  or othor building, write or call  on tne. Estimates given on all  klndu of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and wittHfaetion  |^A������������**A4.A.^->^%*     A-*",     mm.. ���������    -'"-**-  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  TlHl. IR. ffieatts  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Ths  Funeral Diiector  sausage  H&m&ss   Repairing  A S^ZGlAlmTY "  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  J. Brisfcow, the C. P. R. fire warden  at Yahk who has been cutting a trail  ���������t  through the company's limits to Meadow Lake had the saisfortur's a few  days ago .of giving his foot a very bad  cut.  #  ^  ���������  T?r>r furl-Tier ���������nflrtici.lars a-oplv to our local Aeeut.  Je Blinco, Box ^9, Creston, B.C  ���������  ati  All the Very Latest Styles in Ladies' ��������� HatR,  TriimningR,  Flowers  and It ibbons.  LADIES'   READY-MADE  WAISTS  New Linos of   lniii.- nii (I   i-  rons'   Stohkings and Wearing  Apparel suitable to the Season,  Mrs.  fj. YOUNG  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, igars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  Jas. "Ward of Yahk who attended the  Stampede at Calgary, returned Sunday.  He reports a very pleasant and exciting  trip. Although the weather wasn' t altogether favorable the stampede was a  grand sucoesB."  tt yv  Creston     Wine    &  Spirit Co*  S* Poote, Prop.  Dan Cameron formerly of Creston is  now employed as cook.;,at the Yahk  hotel.  W. O. Taylor, chief C. P. R. tie inspector at Yahk is laid Up with a very  bad attact of LaQrippe.  ���������n  GET  THE  a  Oliver I  Typevvriter |  INOW    .       .    |  IT IS YOURS POR -**** ���������  i^PCENTS I  /   / A DAY 1  A siniill first payment brings S  the machine, ana you use ii ami ������  have it while you're paying. H  The.most popular typewriter in   h  Creston.   Millions in use. ��������� Mj  Guy Lowenberg, Agt I  I_______K___a_________B_H__N_______H_^^ ������*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HW tmOmmUtmlJ WALIaXB, C.V.O.. LT..T>.. D.C.T... Trpf.!f!rnt  AlMXATWmt LAlttD JOHN AIRD  Cimfil Mamagar  AuaUtiuit General Munatfer  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch oi 'i'i������e canaaian  Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the  ���������same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the  I**.    ������������������. i t     %,**������.**, tv.-.-. w* HormnHorl or withdrawn in this  -��������� ������    .������������.������.!  ..}ft$- *~ ihn n-mlr m .  way aii gauftiocumty ������*������ w> ������* I**-*������%���������������������**��������� ���������*��������������� xm. ���������  Percy Um Fawler������ Manager Creston Bran ch  Water Notice  Foil A Licence to T.vkk and  Uric Watmii  NOTICE in hereby given that Egbert  Louis Tom Taylor of Crestcn B. C,  will apply for a, licence to tnUoand  use $ cubic foot of water out of tributary of Kim** Creek which Hows in a  westerly dirocliioti through Block 0, Lot  oi;2 miu I'lnpLiuri iuUi Ivihh Crt-nk iieur  Block 11 of Lot 81)2. The wntev will  bo divortod at tho H. W. eornur ol  Block 0, and will bo uscil for domestic  purposes on the land 'Inscribed as  Block I), Lot 81)2 (S. VV. 10 iicm block).  TIUb notic(������ was posted on the ground  on the 20th day of Angtist 1012. The  application will bolilcil iu the ohlco ot  tbe VVatov Recorder ut JNclbon.  ObjectlonH may bo filed with the  miid Wator Recorder or with the  C .ii plioller of Wator Rights, Pnrlln-  meitt Building, Viotoria, .1. C.  1.1 T, Tii.vloi' (AitiiliivitiM  Geo. Powell of Cranbrook was in  Yahk on business the laBfc of the week.  Ho has taken orders to iustnll a conple  of Mb famous gas lamps.  __  A COMPLETE LINE OF  rm-p-nts  ���������     y     M     ������   m*'. m     m     -mm <������aar  We Have Them In ALL SIZES  They Are Roomy and Good Fitters  Mr. and Mm.  Uoo.  Young  of Gimp  loan, Ontario, who havo boon  vIhUIiik  ��������� relatives in Crostou, lett  ye-atoruuy lorj  thoir homo, via tho Amow Lako������. |  SVNOr������lS OF CANADIAN  NORTH-  "NVJEST  MINING UEGULAT10NH  COAIa���������Coul mining rlgblH mny bo le-meo  for twonly-oiio yoiu*M, ronuwublu ntiin annual  ronUil of Ul ivn aoro. Not, moro Uuui a.WHi ne-  roH oiui bii IoohciI to ono applloimt. lloyiilly  flvn i-i'iUR p"r ton, In nnmu'vi'vi'il tni'rlloi'y  tho iruot miiHt, ho utalioil mil by tho appll  cunt Iti ponton, and pornonal npplloatlnn to  tlio Anont or Hub*Aiiontnf Dominion bui'il  lor tlio illutrlot lmtHt In all ciihou bo mado and  ttto ronbil for tbo llr������t yoar inntst l>o pulil to  tho nKont wllliln llilrty <Iny������ nller nilnu  application  u.u AitTZ���������a iiuinun ���������ji_.iiti.cr. yuirs c.i t'.j,;*  amlovnr, havliiK mailo uillucovury nii/y lo-  oatoaolalm i.MHi luni, by l.Miii. l*>o, 3">. At  loiwt 8100 imiBt bo oxpondod on tlio olnlm  onobyoaror palil to tbo Mining Recorder  Wbeo "1500,0 ban boon oxponrl*)'. ������������r paid and  otbor i'o(jiilroinontri cninpilod with, tho olnlm  may bo puroliaHiid at 81 un acre.  I-IjACKU MINING Or-AIMH aro ������00 foot  long and from 1.000 to 2,cca root wldo.   Kntry  r ,   .-      Mnl Ii.hh  limn KHHI   lllllHl. llll   DXIKllUlcl]  III dovoloptmionl, work titioli y������i������i'.  l>MKI������OINa.���������Two UniHiiM ol llvo mtloH oocli  a ilvor may bo IfmioiI lornoiipplloiint, Tor  t\ uu'in ol 20 ycaiH.   Rontal. 810a, mile por an  nui.i.   lloyalt.V.l.iiPiii-conl aftor tbo oulpii  4.V"4llMl������l*10.(l(lU.  W. W.UOUV  JJeputy Miiiimor oi uiwauumjw    :,  WOBODY BUYS OVERALLS YO PLAV TRICKS VVlTW  THEM'SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVEV  IN WHICH FOUR MEM EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH  m "i Ht ������F.:GfcT TO RIP A PAIR OF PCABODYS* OVCRALtS;  BUtlF TH-Y-Wllf STANPJHlS-THliY WONT R������f  UNDER Tilt HARDEST KIND QF LE6ITIMAT&WEAR.  OWE ARE   THE. AGENTS  OJ&  PEABODYS'  iL<  ^V^^GUARANTEED OVERALLS  THE CRESTON MERCANTILE  i___i_i_________  IMIilBii

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