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Creston Review May 17, 1912

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 j ��������� ~ ^ .*. ��������� **-������_yf ~i*sv'' ^y^*m***psn  W_2&_l_2_3_������__i  ��������� r -    - J ia^ _p* Jj.<j������ -w*i������wi-  %.$%*'   I ssnt to kn^m^u  n      ������W _      *'w*^ii* ������������������^Tr**"^1^*"      ��������� .'I **"    "      _ _    Kf    B -  X **  ������j    $2.00 A YEAR J .-J,  "^       1 .     ' -*"--| ,?���������*>��������� i.l  {5IHGX J*.   *,,   inn  OPIES 5������.  j ... ii^l...iii,.,.ff,.i  ^sisii'-e^-i^-^a  *   JS.J.T ^r***. ���������^��������������� ������_^  Away With the Visit of a Dele*  gation From the Agricultural As-=  sociation of Cranbrook.  Hostile feelings between Creston and Cranbrooli were  flrmarfintlv wined awav last Friday night when P. D. Hunt,  Rev. W. E. Dunham and W. B. McFarlane, "a. committee  from the Cranbrook Agricultural Association, represented  *ts side of the trouble before the meeting of the Fruit Grow  ers Association.  xue pl.'.UJM.r.Y  Oujc.Cu ui tiu-a >������" *���������������������    v������������������ r  Orinbrook delegates was to  JB rttifr  VtlOWOC 6 0GOp6Ta������,iOH Iii   liiio  vii  brook organization's fair to be held in  the Fall. The Oreston growers had refused to have anything to do with tho  fair owing to the treatment they have  received at the hands of tbe Oranorook  people, but it was decided'fiuallv to  send on exhibit.  The main tronhle between the two  3 communities ouer a yicture of Oreston's  display at the Fair two years ago, which  waa copied and  labeled as Cranbrook  , -fruit. The committee denied that their  association had anything to do with the  pictnres hut that it was the work of  rssl estate men. It- seems that that city  has been getting snore advertising out  the display than Creston *haa. - This,  however was due more to the carelessness on the' part of those who had  shipped the fruit than to the Cranbrook  Association. However, this, year, tho  committee promises that the exhibits  shall be well patrolled and picture tak-  *  ing shall he prohibited.  There was some talk regarding tho  price our shippers are getting for rhn-  barb and what Cranbrook merchants  are asking for it. Iu regard to this, I>.  S. Timmons, the president of the asso-  ciutlou says;  ? "'The retailers price is not prohibitive  UUU wo   01:6   loijoiviiig   1  Owiiu   uuii   *y>_  secure ������H M E^lM   ST    TSUI!  .������_n��������� sut-LLyiifiiiUii   ni    Minn  The big new bridge across the Columbia river at Trail will be offoialiy opened on Friday May X4tb, hy the Hon.  Thos. Taylor, minister of land and  works and if the plans sow nude? consideration by the citizens do not go wrong  it will be oue of the biggest days iu the  history of the city.  At a meeting in the city hall on Tuesday evening which was largely attended  and very enthusiastic, it was decided  to hold a monster celebration that day  and it is expected that in the neighborhood of $1000 will he raised for sporSs,  et<-��������� ou that occasion.  '     ������������������ - *        r ��������� ���������  ���������Mra. Attridge pf Erickson is now  prepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed.. Call at the  home of M. R.JPalaier.  O. Biair of Canyon City has just completed a fine cottage ou his ranch at that  place, *-���������  ���������The best in paints and varnishes.  Bapco Faint and Berry Eros., Varnishes  for sale at Speers.  Tom Boss an old timer ox Canyon  City returned Saturday after an absence  of about six months.  O. E. Howard a new ariivol in town  has pureh&Hed 20 acres north of Erickson. He has bought & team and intends  to go olearing and ranching at   once.  Mr. Howard's place is said to be gob  ol the prettiest places in the valley. He  expects his people shortly.  ���������FOR SALE���������Choice 10 acres of  fruit land, mile and half north of town.  Good two-story residence: Watsr on  land; nearly ail iand slashed, half ueire  cleared aud planted.   Apply to owner,'  Hr*    i-J>t..1,.    /-������_--J.^_ an 4-a  -   - \j������ -.3roUx_.o, vyiobuvu, <eu*i'i.  W. K. Gunn "went to Kitchener on  business, Wednesday.  The first shoot for prizes of the Gres-  ton-=Erickso������ Civilian Rifle Association  was held on th9 5th inst. The marksmanship was below th'e usnal average  The 1 st prize had no claimants as the  best score was below SO points. E. Cart-  wright won 2nd while the 3rd was tied  for by Capt. Stocks and Percy Watson-  The siest practice will be held on the  18 and 19 inst when a better attendance  is requested.  BOARD -OF  DOESR  "������ss_BSS_  nun  *wsa~������-  ���������A small house  to  let  on Victoria  Avenue.   Apply to J, Cook.  ���������FOR SALE���������Eight pigs, one month  old.   H. Hamilton, Erickson.  ���������Cloverdale ranch is for sale,120 aefees  bottom land and 40 acres foot hill* 20  acres in orchard, all can he cultivated.  See C. C. French.  Mrs. R. O'B. FitzGeraid leaves  Creston Sunday for England.  -We are agents for Imps:    I   rilA.U'Mn>  (._4n* mwn.Mp  -���������������������-,���������     Til  1XJ.J.O,   ia.  I/TI__   ������-l I.    C.,^  ���������*������������������������''&���������-   -Ita���������    ������>���������>*3 _-M9u   ,3wj.������s������  Wilson left Sunday  Chase, B. C, where she expects _to join  her husband.    Mrs. Wilson expects to      Customs Inspector, T. R. Boyce,   has  spend a few days at Nelson before going [beea 8������inS ovsr 6he business at tho pose  +/i r*u,c  i office this week.   He reports everything]  to be in the nest of condition.  *  *���������   ���������***   QnAnMU  ���������Miss Margaret Batterfield is pre- <  pored to make hats and bonnets fox-1  women and children  modelling a speciality. Three years  previous experience in a large' London  (England) firm. Charges moderate.  Apply care of Mrs. E. Mail_n<5aine,Cre8*  ton B. C.  Hypnotists may have a good deal of  power, but the one who -was here this  week was not able to draw a crowd  large enough to show -co.  ���������Douglas Villa For Sale.���������-Two miles  from towrl, 14 acres and log house. For  particulars apply to O, Moore, Creston.  Blocks M and Ii will soou be surveyed  ~  r^tS'Zof Va-anawV      S)|f ���������arias',' ��������� *���������������-,  ING MANY HERE  Takes Action Against the  Dumping of Rubbish  Along Roads  The Creston Board of Trade is doing  effective work. Recently as a result of  its efforts a number of families have  come to the valley. Such is tbe statement made by the secretary, F. B.  Fowl9r, at the regular meeting Tuesday evening. "It is a pleasure," he'  said,  "to look over old  comm-Qmca-t  tions and letters of  inquiry and see  .������������  and on the market for sale.  names oi peopie now xamtiar in tne  ���������FOR SALE���������One Berkshire hoar,  two Berkshire sows and litter pf pigs  from that breeding.   D. G. Lyon, P. O.  _ Address Port Hill.  i **i *  j    ���������Christie's fresh sodas at 35 cents per \    The Creston���������Erickson Civilian. SiSs  U.lin iAi\Cb WHUHiSUBI  j Mrs. J. J. Atherton and family left  Saturday for Coleman, Alta., where she  expects to join her husband who is editing a paper at that place.  cents a pound more for our our rhubarb  than other shippers; what the retailers  profit is does hot concern us."  OrcBton growers also objected to the  spending of as much money for horse  races as formerly instead of using it for  prizes for the best fruit.  It wob after the regular busiuefB of  tho growers had bom finished that tha  committee from Cranbifoolc was given  nudiohoo.   Rov. Dunham was flrut to  ppoalc.   "We oursqlvos can do nothing"  was his   principal thomo.    Ho dwoli  largely on OraBton's udvautagoo in f mi i  raising over tho district he wuh hoio' to  roprosout and othor places that would  ���������oompoto,   owing to which   our   fruit  -would carry off most of tho honors,   He  ���������promised that tho association would do  all In itfi power to boo that  Orostou  should be treated fairly i  Mr. Hunt, Boorotary of tho association  -���������������������������������' .   ���������  proflnntfld tho bnnlnn^H Hid** of ItM prnprv  billuii. It in Uio .'iiUuilii-M of thu Annh  olatiou to send sollolluiH throuuh tlm  Creatou dUtrlpt. to seoure uiemhorH at a  ���������foa of on(idoJldr,onoh. .With this plan,  Oreston may have equal control with the  , instigator**. ,<OallltOroHton.Oranhi*ool<  JU'ttir ������ you Ulco for all 1 carp", said Or,  Hntit v������iit*ui������.*utly. Ho then sp.,k < f  tho dililoultios und uiiHiindoiiuand ., s  (Oontlnuod om Fago 8)  Rev. M.  F.  Eby of the   Methodist  church left Monday for Victoria to attend the British Colombia Annual Conference.   On acconnt of his poor health  Mr. Eby will not accept a charge next  conference year.      Having no definite  plans he stored his household goods before leaving thinking he- might remain  ou the ooa&t for some time.    However if  the low altitude is uot beneficial to asth-  ma, ho will probably return to Oreston  to live.  In which case ho will spend hiB  time in oat door  life.   After a years  rest ho hopes to again tnko up the ministry. ' ' ,   '���������'" '? ���������'-.-���������  Rev. Eby's successor will occupy the  pulpit two weeks from Snndiiy,   Iu the  meantime. I bo regular Fellowship sor-  vioo will bo extouded to ocoupy tho entire morning worship.   In the ovoniug  one wook liom Sunday the pulpit will  will bo takou by tho Sunday School eup-  tu-iiitoudent, Mr, Adlurd.  I have 75,000 plants consisting of the  choicest varieties of Tomatoes, Onions,  blowers, etc. Green hou^e chuok full.  Seeds purchased from the leading seed  house-] of Europe and America, they are  fine. Call and see them. T. M. Ed-  mondson.  kane on business.  ���������For Sale.   Four good work xnnles,  one and three-fourths ��������� wagon, two ��������� sets;  of butt chain harness.   Dan Fan, C lope  *>        ^  land, Idaho.  ^gszQciation will hold, their annual shoot  ���������>n Empire Day, May 24th, to commence  at 9 a. m.; All members are requested  to* attend. *The Ladies Aid of the Methodist church will furnise meals in- their  usual good style.  .By order of The Captain,  I the f-ailey-  The Creston of Board Trade does  not favor the issuing of silver-dollars  by the Canadian government asid R ���������  resolution to this effect was drawn at  the meeting. Communications ito'm  the Kaslo Board of Trade expressing  the desire that the local board pass  a resolution against the action pf the  officials for delaying the coinage had.  i   .___������.    ��������� J.1~~    _..'_,; i.!~.������.   l._4.   .������������4.������_-~.������  rOU^nc   u.y   uiie   (jubbuuu  uuu aiwi.   cu^  lengthy discussion,- the. boaxd, took the  opposite   side ' and  placed itself on  reco*rd as not favoring the use of the -  silvsr dollar.  '431  ���������two  pure whi-ca   wyandpfcts   for  sale. Inquire of Mrs. D. W.Scotfc. 88-_J>*  The Ladies Guild of   Christ church  will give one of their popular eniertai n- "  ments in the   form of a  Masquerade  Dance on Empire Day  at  Metrcantile  Hall.   Admission 75c.  O. O. French left yesterday with the  Canadian Highway surveying party for  I fin m sin it: nnca  Rov. Phillip O. Hayman gave ii spec!,  al Hoiuiou to the iCnlghtH of Pythins hiHfc  Sunday even lug. Thoro were about  twenty ot thuOrdoriii thonuiBtor which  mot nr. tho ball and marched to tho  church. Rov Hiiyiuan npoko on the  tUioo piiuoiplctt ot the ordor, Fricudohlp,  Obnrlty aud Bouovolonco,  ���������Patrons of "Hazelwood Ice Cream  will he glad to know that it will be on  hand at the Hazelwood Cafe, Sunday  afternoon.  Cranbrook has evidently a very good  opinion of Orestou's olimate. A telegram was received from there yesterday  asking for Btrawberries.  Get your fihoei from Mirahelli.    JTew  stock just arrived.   Latest stylos and^  lowest price3 in  Creston.    Don't miss]  these bargains.  foi iu.6 laou seveu y  is not in the service this year.  in order to put a atop to the dump-  E IT, ������__  1*.  ing os garoage an XiS& vaiiey & ������cau8,j  spots and in* any open place where'fij*  besides  being unsassifcary,vis &jx eye*  sore, the board makes the following  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams, who  were residents of Canyon City for about  a year and who left about two months  ���������Ago for Sfcr&thoona, Alta., returned to  Canyon City, Monday,  W. P. Homes of the Bank  of  Com* i  '.'.... v ������������������-.���������'        ..-.'���������... i  merce will begin a .fortnight vnoatiou.}  today.   W. A. Rodger rOBumed his *Su-i  ties at the bank yesterday,  ���������Before I bad a license I sold shoes  jvith a profit of 10 per cent now I make  Rtiftrcflnt.   A. Mirabelli. Shoemaker.  ���������Plants for Salo.���������200,000 cabbage,  cauliflower and tomato plants, about  ������.000 of which have boon transplanted.  Good strong Bfcook. Soil in any quantity.   Mrs. W. S. Rychmnn.  On Sunday evening,   May 19th, the>|  tiei vice in the Melhodlnt cliilroli will b?r*  iii charge of it,'fow mombors of tho loool ^  -'���������.������������������.'������������������.-��������� -i  W. O.-T.'U.   The colleotlau of the eve-  nlug will he devoted to temperanco work  ..'���������������������������' ��������� ��������� ��������� .... '  ���������TOMATO PLANTa.     Place yora'*'i|  , . .-|  ordor now.   Poohiu, Er-ickson, B, O.  } /tt. ?S. Be vans is expeoting a number  of KUglinh. Tea Baskets at the garage  for the Oreston Auto's.  Miss Dorithy Davis left Tuesday for  Viotorla. <  The Board, deplores the Jmbit or  dumping tin cans and other idebn*  along the highways ^thus spoiiinffthe  scene, and will take the matter up  with the sanitary officer with tae wiew ������  of stopping, and providing a place jFor  dumping.  For some time the hoard ihas heei-ji  endeavoring to secure the -panne  ������������������Creston" for the new J������ootenay iLa,ke  steamer. At present no satiBfaqtqry  veaulte have been obtained but ,6\\e  boat will ,not bo rviuning instil ,nex|t  spring iftpd the mat-tpr will ,Ve taken  uj������ .again Jatpr.  %f    AT    m-nitTh ninq ol/������r>f nA   i-r.   tnomluMi.  .**.��������� ^.,..������  ^^^fc ^^. ,\.t\^^., * t*.   ,v*if- IV*' It*'*- --t-*- -  ship.  Sam Hatliehl has juBt oomploted decorating tho interior ol hid harbor shop.  Ho haB also iimtalled a large now billiard  table.  M. O. Wisler left yesterday for Crari-  bropk and pralrio points whoro he will  look for a good placo to locate iind follow up the paiutlug trado.  OhoBter L Wynn former oditsr of tho  Uoviow loft Sunday tor Spoltauo whoro  bit o-npootH to worlc ou tho Ohroniole. Ho  will alHO spend nomn timn writing mn-  giwiiio iitoiico and articles,  Tlui Fru t Grower** nve hiiving the  fuvnituro iiidvuiI iuto llu-ii' new ullHuo  lino wook.  ���������Protect your ntr**'i,*>r' with, poultry  wlro, Iu 2 ft, 4 ft aiid C ft., widths at  Spoors' store.  Mrs. O. Corhottaud Mra. Patrick and  non of Cranbrook nro visiting with W.  H. JohiiHOU nnd family.  Dan Cameron haa p one with Charhry  Moore'd surveyiug p* rty lu tho oapaoity  ofohef.  ���������For Sale. 4M s 00x115 oaob��������� hav-  ing._lhoarteg*fralij troca, and a ho\i������������  84 x 18, For prlore apply to owni ir, A.  French.  :!  Jno. Boyd has completed building a  handsome picket feuoe for P. B? Fowler  manager of, tho local bank, whioh adds  greatly to the appearanoe of the town.'  Mia. E. T. Opio passed through Orostou last Friday on route to Victoria,  whero sho will upend a holiday.  10 NEW BH HB  FOB WON C1B  Con-striictioh tinder Super Intunudence ot Ji nt  Johijfioni  ; The Gont PJrcr ��������� is rlalng rapidly <>*>d  thJ liatB will suMv**, 11>������ Hiihmnrf/ed. _-U*sis  Is about toiifc day������ ei rlior than uhiip'X-  ���������Tho o������irly tuiid   catohoa the w tmn.  Gin   norne eaidjr  in -mnto planta   *frmir(  Poohiu,. und' oatehi Olbi  > dollurs.  "W. A. rfulltiva-n*! timber nnmp, which  Cor tho past two weeks ban hcon under  ihomauagomout of 8. H. Took, while  not shipping inuoh at present Ir oxtond-  lug its roads into tho tlmbor. Thooamp  now holdn a oontraot with tho C.P.R.  Mr. ������i;, SenrHon, hrjdge muporlutendeiit  of the XmUvdlitutot, aud Jlui, tfohhatop  bridge foiemau *.ye.ul) ouit ,bo (CanyQp  Olty, on Wed-pwulay to look nfc,a .ooupje  of bridge eitteu o������; tlie 'Port fllll roajj.  Mr, Soareou rotowaod itoNelHOU^ln.thw  afternoon. Mr. Jbhnntbn wUlMmftjp  aud Ruporintend the job. Two. bent  bridges aro to ho built:, ono n hundred  foot long and twenty feet high, wi*  the other two hundred feet long an*  thirty-five feet high, Mr. .Tohunton haa  frcra the Arro'.������r i-rw***  -You gut live pur uwiit tllacouiit at  couipleUMl and BiilO'W   wlUs will b  I Tiir Cask Stoius.  fur 75,000 tie������, 20,000 of which are now  mu       ^        ������-,. i       -..   Amour, and 805)0 telegraph poles, bs=ida j^isii-iuSt.vUvacdfr  Thegradrnrrott-W^l  ion avo is   m>vnf, tB,vuJ'* n . lt.,     ...      ^  .Mftier itoinmuruiul oontrocte.    Thero ii|wh������*rah������ has bean, luildtng hrlflsffta tr.e  the pa������t month.  ,i ruu  ha[  laid. Uitt-lutubeDbeluKi on the groi uwl.  I t?4lMO 500O feet of piling out.  maam������wm  'tmmtm  m***M*mm*jtam*~**~i*.,  JS^fig'^SSS.SfeSffi^SSSfflSSS*-!  mtummmitmtim  iiBwrsiimsi  mm  SffS  5-iS5  mmmmmmw^mm^  >Msi>si-WWI|plliil^  '''.'* I If  -ni n 1 in\f ii mnvnr  118 ii  I JUS ������      "  '"  (HI   lt'|l  nun  -nnimuimi rp  h������i  mmUm  mti  nfe.  sot*-*.-*.-  ;. .-..  is;  ^ liemarkable and Convincing Statement?^ the Success of Cuticura  ;f"- ;":^^eip aqii- 6 intmentln theTreal-? ?  ^meniofthe Pain, Itching and  titi Burning of Eczema  praise to tlie.Cuticura Remedies:,  .^-d-cioring' lor at least a year fo:  &&&���������'������������������:  KH-\y-.\'-  H&>r'-^ -  Efi'".*** *-������"-.  {������?������??'  nay; ���������'  U������?v..  m-  if:,'.'.  '���������"������������������'Ii ��������� the undersigned, cannot give eno'.ieh  ������������������������������������-������������������-��������� ���������    ...   j hnd been  for eczema, on  ��������� iny foot. 1 had tried doctor after doctor all  to no I'.vail. When a j-ounj*. girl I sprained  my an'sle tliree Cjifferent times, pr-ying littic  or no attention, to-it, ivlien five years ago  a small sbot'showed, upon cay k-ft ankle.  I -was worried and sent lor a doc'jr. Ho  said it 'was-ccxeaia. He drew a small bore  from the anklu about the size or a matcli  and about an intlr long. The sn;a'l hole  gTcw to about the size of'an apple, and  the eczema spread to the knee. The doctors  never could heal the hole in the ankle.  Tiie whole foot ran water all the time.  , "My husbafid .and my sons were up night  and day wheeling me from one room to another in the hope of givi;-.? me some relief.  I would sit for hours at a, time in front of  the fireplace hoping for daybreak. The  pain was so intense. 1 was almost crazy  Jn fact, I would lose my reason for hours  at a time. One da-/ a friend cf mine dropped  in to see me. .No more had she glanced at  my foot than she f-xclaimed. "Mrs. Finneon.  v.-bv in the world don't you try the Cuticura, Remedies!' Being disgusted with the  doctors and their medicines, and not being  able to sleep at all, I decided to Rive tho  Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment a  trial. After using them three days that  -flight I slept as "sound as a silver dollar  foreisht ions hours. I awoke in the morning  -with but very little pain, in fact. I thought  I was in heaven. After '-wins the Cuticura.  -Remedies for three months I was perfectly  Tfstored to health, thanks to the Cuticura  Soap and Ointment. I will be sixty-four  years of ase my next birthday, hale and  teartv at present." (Siened) Mrs. Julia Finnc-  j������an,2234 Hehert St., St.Louis, Mo., Mar.7,'11.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold  throughout the world. Send to Potter D. &  C. Corp., 47 Columbus Ave., Boston, U. S. A.,  for free samoie oi each with 32-p. book.  .FRED* M. ...WHITE'���������������������������  ���������LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO.. LIMITED  (Cortinued.)  CHAPTER XXV  ' tul'lights.  '-his''-scattered senses, un til, finally, "he?  got some hazy idea ol" whom he \vas::  !��������� talking to.    His face grew  hard and  sullen and lie looked none the-'better?  ��������� for a swollen eye and a cut forehead: '  -."'"Oh;-it's yon, is it?" he said ., ^Tliis;-  is a nice ;\vay to treat    a -gentleman.-:-.  I Here ami, miles'away from ray happy  ilioine and not a-penny, in my pocket^'.  i-   "What are you doing here?' ;Fost������r.:  i asked,      .-  \ -.."That,-'-sir,"  said  the    tramp    with  ���������treat dignity, "is -rsiy'"business.. I -have  j private occupations of -which you tc now  You are taking advantage Of  i he Derelict.  Raymond Copley went baik into thei nothing-  house    in    a    thoughtful mood!    The j my poverty  much-envied   and   much-talked-of  mil- J in as good  lionaire  was  not  particularly  happy./j one. time'.'.'? ��������� ?  He had a good deal to occupy his at-[      'You might easily be better,"YPos  Don't forgot that 1 was  a position as yourself;/ at  a large/ house Yin  the- best stre?t of .the rieishborhopd,:  the cirls indicated that this was th^ir:  'dpstinaticu.. -'".;. .,?.'?..���������?;.??-':;���������-������������������ ???���������?'???'  :���������', "I'll just run in /and see "wh^t; inftiii-;  ma is dohig.'' exclaimed one of/them,  arid   forthwith ' sho  ran   up: the ?pat,1i  leading to the front door, returning ih  "a?'short time minus coat andhat..  //"Mn-Tima   says   we   must  hurry /In  now dear, as it is getting late," ; she  :.sa-<-   to the oth^r.     Y'';'?^ ??:-?Y:??''-?;  They stood talking 'aiui'lauehihpr'for"'  some time when, muchY'to the ,g!.rl8'r  .    ,.......���������.;���������.,    ���������   '^������������i������-.l"r*'*i������*^.o,0,*TI*> floWT������.  "th.**   pnH,   rhi-������-vl*-if>;   aY$iiy'4? CQat? iBVu  b*it  n-'ifi  ad'''*o'csi!i?nc...the-"-V7i,riyi'.'"." said;.  "T>o   tbp>pe .helons*  to  yoii?    I?   found  /tiippi haiv-'ng. on the door handle of  i mv hr-'*<-.p." Y-:'. ;���������  ���������ndv novpr. j-rrj*'**. p'^ni'etefl to make  hersoK out to he what she ts/not.:  Arerv  tention and had reached a crisis in his Itev  said  contemptuously.     "Still������������������-���������yd'.u. { /; Npodle^-s to *f������v. the coat and -h*tt.  affairs which was likely to prove-awk-.j haven't told me -yet'what 'brings?.you v:.w������>~p    n.oknowt.pdiviar'',    hut;th?tiyonnz  ward    unless    something    turned up 'here, and why you came and made A  speedily.    It   was   easy   as   he., often } disturbance at. Selon Manor." Y Y  cynically  observed, to obtain almost      "I   was   at   the   Lihgtoii   Meeting?"  unlimited credit upon the strength of 1 Chaffey  answered.    "I lost, all/I had  ing ynic-alcylc neic-PaSto CqaB aoin-, and ��������� was   tramping   back   to   Lou don  his fictitious. wealth, but  exceedingly   whet*.    I recollected    that "Mr.,-Copley  lived close by. I thought'.that; I would  borrow a pound or two from him, and  that's why I called. It would have been ?)  all right, but for those    sifahle --���������������������������hveii'v  Would you care *" ^*" rmni^.-'  I lost"'my  difficult to obtain money in the city.  He had practically no security to offer his bankers and dared not do  anything that would suggest to an  outsider that he was in want of ready-  MADE.    5 r--3    O/^r^S^vO^s  CONTAINS   MO   ALUM  CON FOR MS TO THE  HSGH STANDARD OP  iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiSiiHiiii[iiBiiiiiiiiiMM  *i*m*^%itm wisi  *'T t'-ink wo ������n*>t at thin ropt*3,ur'>ut  last   whiter.    Voitr   overcoat   Is  ������nt>.���������'!���������,!��������� tr, n\f������,*:' ,.;Y;: ../Y-YJ-Y :':  '������������������'������������������'T-tTit T didn't havo'it;then?'  ; "No;  but 1 did.,     Y      YY:  cash.    One or t^yo    of    his schemes I dog?    I lost my temper.     * ... ,^������...v .  lately had ended in utter failure and, j lost yours if you had been.-lu. u.iy place.: I  so far as he could see, it was almost j And that's aii about it., i don': iu-iki1  impossible for him to hold out for the j auy trouble-if you treat me pV-operly.  mouth which intervened between now ; Give .me a few >-oimds and I'll so btiCK.  and the next meeting at Mist Park     j to London "the nr^t tniug in the nun/u-  no^c^lTS Snot^^ ^  Unfortunately   for   the   ultimate   sue-"] Jj*^^ ������g������ ^^^ ttM  _t_.. Hti- -_-' -'^���������Dnc-b.i'iiff^v'^t  You'd"E^v������vi\_;iiwinu;">vn.  as Maiey Junction.   Come on.*'  (To be Continued. >  BLE  THR;i!KAf!I!01IR  *%} mmaam   .-������f a������������<i(������i*l s*.1-!* -is-Mi v  -W. ���������_������������������  TROU-  CURED     BY     DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  the ultimate success of Copley's schemes, they necessitated the employment of more than  one subordinate, and these subordinates had to be paid. Moreover  they   were   drawn .unavoidably   from  the" refuse of the population, so that j The lhuted States cousin at Hong  they were a standing source ot-daager, Kong reptirts that in 1909 the imports  for it is hazardous to depend upon iG<. QJiim-lPto- China constituted about  peop-e who are willing to sell their; Sft .-. w .1,l,ut?-of the  total   imT>CT':3.  Could    Not   Work  All   Summer,  and  .^v^t. .,^1  -, ^Vben yonr order comes from the erocer*a  Eee thathe has sent you ''S'l^IDSOR: TAiii,S  SAXT. *WBy>_wtJd-^>Bbot]ier'is4llas-i*:t--t  while in J.91Y -ai?h an immense -increase in the volume of the'^imports  and with vers* little increase in the  total import trade of the country, the  imports of opium constituted about 12'  ^WINDSOR SALT? ���������       .     .  ��������� , 4 ,        _  Windsor Salt is all fait���������absolutely pur***  ��������� clean crj-r,tal ��������� a=d every graia a periect  crystal.   Xt costs no more. . S*  _. _Ds<p&l  ._   .ALt  serv ices to the highest bidder. Aud  one of them., had. been-so-audacious'as  to turn up at the very gates of Setou  Manor ana demand money. 'Luckily,  he had not said enough to arouse sus-  piciQiis.   tils    remarks    t*>    K*i������5ld.e-a  m;ght easily be Ignored^as the rav-������������������ this increass iu price and the entire  ings of a drunken wretch. Certainly imports of opium into China during  they d^no^cenvey much intelligence. {19l0 may be taken as the culminatihg  cs_ isr aii  -s.-ss ������_*._. j point in  the contest against the use  But. it'was-a..-warning, and a warn-{of the drug in China. The imports,  ing that Copley did not care to dlsre-1 though small as compar������3d with .the  gard. Happily he thought, Fielden, year before, were nevertheleas made  was not a curious man. or he mights largely in anticipation of further re-  have .inquired farther into the incident. |:_triction of Imports by law���������an antici-.  He .might eveR have been disposed to j pati0n which is in a considerable de-  speculate a sovereign or two, and the cree already justified. The ./actual  man raight have been in a suiBiciently j imports for actual cohsumptioh are  reckless mood to sell information at   leas now than before, and are grow-  ISM*  that price.   The thing must be looked  into at once.  Poster sprawled in the library with  a copy oj* the Sports in his hand and  a cigarette in his mouth. He looked up  carelessly at his employer, but seeing  *ig    smaller and  month.  smaller: month, by  Rainfall and Consumption. /.?  ^ A study of the influence of /rain-  |th4re"was so-mrtlUng*a^Mrput"*down j bearing winds upon the prevalence^of  TRADE MARK REG.  IS  I  a  e  the paper and  waited for Copley to j tuberculosis  has   been  made by Dr  ���������a high-grade paper, odorless,  tasteless, free from tar,  waterproof, exceptionally stronfj  ���������wiii not tear. A durable  and effective interlining for  walls, floors and ceilings.  Examine DURO carefully at  your dealer's, or write for sample  and Booklet to the ss  Sols Canadian jVianufaclturcri  THE STANDARD PASNT CO.  ol Canada, "Limited,  Montreal. Winnipeg. Calgary, Vancouver.  amBsssamatsam  Maypole Soap  FOR HOME  DYEINGS  Washes and dye* al  1 one operation, giving remarkably  clean, bright, last  colors. Dyes cc'.ton.  Wool, silk or mixtures. 24 colors,  will give any shade.  Colors 10c, black  15c at your dealer'*  or postp'd with b'k������  let "How to Dye*  hom   f. L. BENEDICT & CO. Montreal  ffsas  WPHERSON  S!_ hmBK s_in Kpa ^B2f  km&B. ma^mmVSLm 1-3?  tjook brtttur, fit biittar, w^nr  longer and Give, better aatlafac.  tlon tha.n other mokes. Tbey  are the renult ot* BO year*' accumulate il Unov.loJi',5 _nd experience In bu!ldtn*r High Grade  Bhoes. BtooUod by leading  dealers' nverywhern In Canada.  Tt\a JOHN IMcPHHHliON CO.,  Limited, Hamilton, Ont.  ss:  smexz  ���������mar.  c  DR..  ELLIOTT,     HPKCIALIST.    PRI-  vate    illncuaca    and    drluli    habit.  V'ritn  si   Quffn   Want.  Toronto.  ,-***?  ''Mre. Brown never hUh up to wait  for. her husband."  "No?"  "No. When she expect*! him to hi*  out late she retlrcn **nrly, Kot'i tho  Alarm clock for .1 o'clock, and whim  It goes off sho K'**������ up and dr������***fi'*������,  and la ready, refreshed and r������proRch-  fuL"  Better Still.  TAr\a- Did Mabel K������*t thnt ������!���������������  ���������hooter she spoke of provldliiK hr>r-  solf ns a protection against burKluiM'"  flvii���������No: she Ifot a alJc-fonti-r.���������-  ���������"udK-n.  speslc  "'"What has gone wrong?" he asked. !  "Oh, everything," Copley said savage-1  ly. "Has a single thing gone stiaighl  since the Mirst Park meeting? Here  I am in a big house, furnished regardless of expense, with scores of tradesmen tumbling over one another to  serve me, and yet I haven't a ten-pound  note to call my own. And as if that  wus not bad enough, that blackguard  Chaffey has turned up here."  "[ surpose he wants some money,"  Foster  asked  "Well, that was the idea, no don'*'  I didn't see him myself, but I understand he was drunk and objectionable  and Field turned him out. They had a  bit of a scrimmage and I hope Field  gave the fellow a lesson. At any rate  he went off quietly in the end."  "Then why worry?"  "Why worry? What a question! T  forgot to tell you the worst. Chaffey  came here asking money. He said if  1 had been at home he could have got  as much as he wanted. Imagine what,  Meld must hav& thought. He would  conclude that 1 was under obllKations  to the scamp, but, as you know, I have  not r.ptjlten :i dozen v.-ordn to him,  Everything has been dono through yon  and I must say, I can't congratulate  you on your choice."  ''You never do when things go  wrong," said Foster. "Would you hav<;  ine employ a gentleman? Did you  want a mnn of Intelligence who would  have asked questions of himself,  Chaffey Is the man for us. But you are  making a great fuss about nothing."  ���������'Well, what do you think of this'  Chaffey told Field that if ho had any  more of this sort of thing I could got.  somebody elm* to monkey with my  fruit baBkols in Covent Garden. Ah,  I thought you would chaugo your tuiK  Imagine a rcmarko like that in a snorting public house! ScoreH of people  would turn-ll a rat Instantly.' Tiny  would gpt on tho track of nionoy-mnl-  ing, cflpeclallv If Chaffey happened to  mention my nnnin in ������*nnn**etion wiih  the affair. If thoy only found him  with money und pliod him with drink.  lie would lull thfiin all bn know."  "Which Is prefdoufl little." Foster  said cooly an ho lighted a fronh cigar-  ���������ute. "Clinifuy docen't really know  anything. Still wo must make bin.  understand that, we won't put up with  this kind of thin**:. What do you pr������<-  poho to do?"  "Vv'iiy,   tuilovv'   iiiiii,   wi'   tvjiutiu, iii'  ran't bo fur away. IIo Is sure to havo  gone to some pothouse. Ho wont down  ilie London road, nnd tho bOHt thing  Is to go nftor hltn at. once. Let us tal;>  thr* ear and mako excuscH that \vh  Hhnn't he back In tlmo for dinner. Yon  think l nm making much ado about  nothing But nty nervos uro not what  theiy used to b������. Come alonK."  Foster made no objection.    In truth  William    Gordon,    physician? to the  Was Quick When  He  Used  Dodd's  Kidney   Pills.       ' * '.-;.-  1  : x>,-.��������� ,,-,,,       M     r> /a���������������������������J.,i V_,-r>���������j_-'  ing on the. miraculous is the curs nf  John McBlroy, a young man weil  known here. He was suffering from  heart trouble and was so bad that all  last summer he was not able to do a  day's work- Dodd's Kidnay Pills  cured him. In telling the story of his  cure, Mr. McElroy says'Y  *t went to a doctor who said I had  palpitation, but his medicine did not  seem to reach the Bpot. I suffered  for over a year and / all.. last summer  L was not able to do a day's work. My  sleep was broken and unrefreshing. I  felt heavy and sleepy after, meals,-and  1 was always tired and nervous. I  perspired freely with the least exer-  ���������tion. ���������'Y.'-'Y ������������������?���������:. "  "After I had finished taking the  doctor's medicine, and as I felt no  better, I read: ,in an almanac what  Dodd's Kidney Pills' could do and  made up my mind to try them.YBefdre  I had finished the first box I feitdif-  ferent, and by the time the second  was half gone I was working sin the  woods and doing good work.'  l-sr-ni T    _   B        _���������*     __  i ne Jbanesi: is  <SBSI'J'. _  r" Biaritpcf in  .^tnves  ii. -������^l���������    -M. A -Pjsr-*. J*t- "V i������.-w jJ-U_-W Jkmm D>���������a4*     -mm'mmmV        *a*        ���������>a^s*-a*r  I  ^~ ���������    ^p.  F For a imdnight supper, as for any other meal at any  other time, the very latest ihing in stoves���������the best  Iknl, ofr.v������r,o_���������������*tte>l-e  /-art  A  if*--'-, and iiiX^Ter/ Hospital  After classifying several Devonshire,  parishes according to their exposure  to rainy winds, Doctor Gordon searched out in precisely which parishes the  deaths from consumption during a  series of years had mainly occurred.  He found that the death-rate in the  parishes exposed to rain-bearing  winds was generally twice as high as  that of the narishes sheltered from  them. Further investigations were  conducted in many other localities,  among them the city of Exeter' ^he  -epi'lf. wa=> the same. Doctor Gordon  declares that tha important point to  consider Is the matter of shelter from  the rain-bearints winds of the locality,  exoosure to which is a more serious  mutter than altitude, .character of  soil, or even the amo'unt of rainfall.  While we Avere playing cards one  evening, my little niece Hazel, 3 years  old, got rather tired of our playing,  so what did she d������ but gather the  cards up in a neat little pile and,  '������������������with', the seven spot of spades on top,  .started to talk, and said: "What'!  Are you tired of playing tards (cards) ?  Alwite (all right), then we'll put you  in the box." She didn't want to tell  us to quit, so she got around it another way.  The Veracious Verger���������In the far  corner lies William the Conqueror;  behind tho organ, where you can't see  'em, are the tooms o' Guy Fox, Robin  'Ood, and Cardinal Wolscy. Now does  that guide book, as I sees you 'ave  in your 'and, tell you who is lyin' 'ere,  sir?  The    Skeptical Tourist���������No, but I  can guess. '  It Burns Oil j  ���������No Ashes  It   Goncen-  trates Keat  ���������No Waste  ������-8-  ���������"���������������������  fl������������������^^���������*  -rNoBirt  It Is Ready  ti~~No Delay  Be  lt concentrates the hctt when you want it  and where you waut it.    It is as quick as'gas,  steadier and handier than coal, cheaper ti  electricity.  The New Perfection Store has iocs, esuroeled.  turqueise-bUie ehis-.r.sv"'. k is haacscracl? EsishetJ  in nieicel, wlK cabinet top, drop shelves, towel  racks, etc.   Made with 1, 2 or 3 buraart.  "AH dealers carry tbe New Perfection Stove. _  Free Gook-Boob wiih every s*ov=. Ccot-Book abs 9  given to anyone sending 5 cent*, to cover mailing cost.  WWWmmW'  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Gilbert and the Dandy.  standing in the porch of a London  theatre after the play, when a stylishly  oressed youn'-< dandy, mistaking niu-  for ah attendant, approached hini and  .said:;.'     -  "I say, cail me a cab, will you?"  Fixing the stylish one. coldly with  his eye, Sir William replied:  'Sir, you are a cad."  For a moment the stranger was too  amazed    to    move, bn"t, realizing his  mistake,     hastily    took  off his   hat,  howed to "Sir ������������������ William, and iled iuistily  into the night.  Hewto nsrvsOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIft  From the Fac������, Arms and NecK TolrJ Fro������  Society woraon end actresses an over*.  Europe ore strongly lnfflorsln,**- a .new  smsrveiio-as discovery of "how to i-etaov*-  miperfluous hair from the face, arms ane;  neck. ��������� This new discovery Is now for th**,  llrst time introduced Into Canada. Any  ���������womarT afflicted with the growth of ���������sup*1  erfiuous hair can obtain the information;  free of chav$*-e. Send you name and ad������i  dress together with a 2 cent stamp Mi  Madame Fayard, Room 26. Stobait Sloekj  Wlnnipefir.  Keep Minard'a ulnlment tn tne house.  A Statesman's Reply.  A story is told of the visit to England of the late Sir' George Etienne  Cartier, when he was a leading figure  In the Canadian Government, and of  an answer he made to the late Queen  Victoria thai, won hor Majesty's favor,  and caused the Queen to take a friendly interest in the Canadian statesman.  Sir George���������or Mr. Cartier, as ho  was then���������was a guest of the Queen  at Windsor Castle, and in the course  of a conversation Her Majesty Inquired about the great bridge at Montreal.  "Mr. Cartier," said the Queen, "I  hoar that the Victoria bridge at Montreal is a very flue structure. How  many feet Is It from shore to shore?"  "When    we    Canadians    build    i\  bridge," was tho reply, "and dedicate  it to your Majesty, wo measure it not.  ���������  ">��������������������������� i but Iii miles."  The Queen was no ploasnd With thr-  ;answor that hIip talked for an hour  about the bridge and tho railway eys*  tom.  "We've a brand new mahogany  piano," said Mr. Cunvrox. "But nobody in your family can play it."  "Yes, that's the best thing about it."  "I tell you, advertising 'pays.'  "Well, what is on your mind?" "Some  time ago I advertised for a lost five-  dollar bill, and a stranger who had  picked one up on the street restored  it to me. This morning while looking through an old suit I found the  V I thought I'd lost."���������Boston Transcript. ������  Amy-  ���������Why,  did  Miss  Antique  dis-  charge  her butler?  Mamie���������He  boa  Si-cu  ^.jia,.  no  V.r.,1  grown  gray in  her  service.  For Pure Sweets.*  London,���������Owing to the unsatisfactory conditions under which caramel  wrapping has been carried on in,  homes of out-workers in Islington, tho  borough council made representations  to the Home Office, with the result  that tho home work provisions of  the factory and workshop act of 1901  have now been made applicable to  the manufacture of chocolates aud  cweetmeats.  ������>,  How to  Gather  Pish  Wormu.  Now that,the Ashing season is at  hand a now labor-saving device for  gathering flHlt'worms Is tlnioly:  'You   take  a  broom  handle   three  and a half feet !ong, drive It. Into the  spot, likely to be Inhabited by angle  worms.      Leave an end sticking up  about six Inches. Then take a rough  , . . ,,    . ,  ������.   u .,.....- *i,.   ...~   ..* ...  (.A...IJ tj     iWJU     , .,������'     *���������������    */..-.      ......     IM|/     U*     ill,,  broom handle. ThlH rubbing will  caiiBo a vibration of the earth and tho  worms, angry and disturbed, will  work their way out of tho ground. A  follow can get a pall full of worms In  a short, tlmo."  ���������������>!  A'.V'^-'^"^,  ,#W  ww   ii   utm  ployor, Hy and by. they wore rolling  ������������������long tb** road In a car, ntoppirj*. miner  moiihi pretext or other ul ������-v.������iy public  hoiiuo. Thi������y o**uu������  prtiMiMilly to n  ���������nnn.ll place vh������r������ they hutml iihwj* of  ,i       ���������;--���������.   *' -���������   -������������-"   ������������������������������������������       }%,.   1.������.l   l������f������  a  ahnrf  tlnin  bt������fon������:   It*  fnc*.  ho  had  I C-,     X   'ill 1)1 ' '     f ���������������*' * " '       ll������ :   n <<     '���������������,    '  ;l   '  no iiioii. >   to  i>i.v  loi   Hi,' ilrtiiU  he  luttl  Ijlitle Itny, who haa been wearing  niltt*Min, wns given a now pair of kid  Klnv'iH.   Putting thorn on and nxamin*  ''>!���������; i';',��������� >������������������. !-.<- rirriudly hHrt up hhi  hnnds ntul said:' "See, each <ln"-c*r  :iuh n liiick."  Patron���������Can you kIvo me the usual  concomitant-- with my oysterm?  Iir.,1,,...     in.,..   ���������..*   ���������t  ������^w������   4,,..*   n*���������i.  sir. hue we kin nrlve yon ptckle. crrifk.  ������������������-  nv,-l  k''l-lMii*.--Ikiltinic������'*11    Amcii  ran.  ���������-*"^>r>\  ���������vSA  Which is his  i HERE'S no mistakinrj* the expression of a man whose farm is well.'improved."'  He looks as prosperous as he feels.  IMsu'l the size ol a place that counts most, nor its actual dollurs-aiid-ecut*  value. It's rather that "well-kept," thrifty appearance; the appearance that make*  you think of fat stock, and well-fiHcd barns, and comfortable, contented living^.  Neat, permanent improvements go further in giving a fa*rm this appearance than  any other feature.  Concrete Is The Ideal Material  tor mioh improvement*. It l������ neat, harmonljilnjr with lln surroundlnara in the r'ounti-y.  nivarlnatlnnr. it nu-nnot be Injured by tire, froat, wind or Urrhtnlngr. A*r���������������IntUeari of  imuiilnu it to dooay���������actually maUen it iitro-nger,  Concrete movor n������ods repair���������first cont In lnut cost. New Improvement* can he added  year after year with le** oxpenae than would be r������aulred to keep wooden mruoturo*  In repair.  Conorste walk*, feedlnn: noor*, dairy-barn*, loe-houiw**, root-oallar*. weU-curblftir,  fence pout*, mllo*���������whion of those doe* your farm need moat7 Whatever you want to  build, it'* b*<#t to build It of concrete.  Do you want to know mor* about thin *ubject of permanent farm lmprov������m*ntj|t  Th*u wrlt# for your copy of  '''Wliiit The Farmer Can Do Witli Concr-Bte."  lt'������ * (hook of 1*0 o**-**, telllnu Hew ������th������r  *ood  navwntaoa.    r>ubii������K������(J  to *������ll  ������t CWto.  a  eoi*y, It la new bain-- oMara* traa t* all f������m������r������  Who writ* for 18.    , Adtlraaa  ftlMMMl* CaMMMtt Co^ Ltd*   *^*>*^*'  i v ������  NathHt*! 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B8    RF Brfe    B    I "561  XT' "CJ 4 "OTT  -&..������>-&. js.������su^ja. jsl.  'TTTi ^SH-i Tef^.  PTTk.^'  'Vy ^y'JL-W.a, AM**T  irTTV  JL Jl������    JL    r^aJr  QuIds.  ip rise, to settle down,        -  .Many a -man'will devour a girl, with  kisses, only to find after marriage that  shp disagrees with hita.  There is room at the top���������still more  at the bottom. -      -^  Pon"t marry a tti&n to reform'him,  girls, unless *you have a good profession or trade. -r    ���������������'���������>  > *" -  If in hot water, take comtort from  the thought that you will soon, like an  egg, get hardened to it.  The Neal Three-Day Treatment lor the liquor  habit commends itself to all those whose nervous systems demand liquor, because there are no bad after  effects and no hypodermic injections���������the treatment  is so mild and so harmless that a child could take it.  Write for descriptive booklet and other information.    Everything strictly confidential.  The Neal Treatment for the drug habit is perfect  and permanent in its effect.  Neal Institute Co.  A Cure for Fever and Ague,���������Disturbance o'f the stomach and liver  always precedes attacks of fever and  ague, showing derangement 'of the digestive organs and deterioration in  the quality of the blood. Jn'these ailments Parmalee's Vegetable Pills  have been found most effective, abating th*-* fevPT at*d subduing the ague  is a few days. There are many who  are subject to tnese distressing dls-  urbances and to these there le no bet-  ���������*������������������������> r preparation procurable as a means  of relief.  r-iiaki   ������������������������   nntsitnuo  run  tn "���������uimnoa-j,  Has Bones Badly Beaten.  Nip���������Bones Is speaker of the house  and only 30.  ' Tuck���������That's nothing! My wife became speaker of the house as soon as  I married her and she was only 22.  2244 Smith St.,  Regina, Sask.  405 Broadway,  Winnipeg* Man.  820 13th Ave. West,  Calgary, Alt;  S^SSSSE  FOR  DISTEMPER  ==,___     CATARRHAL   FEVER  JT,   I   ������\. -AND  ALL  NOSE  6POHN  Cures   the   sick and   acts   *  Liquid  given on  the  Tongue,  ail   others.     iiesc is-iansy rc,ucuj,  w  vu..u.  the uoAdi.    Svlu *Dy 5..1 urunbists 5.n\. .jai-ncss ..���������juacs,  "tnDUtora   ���������   m.Xju   trjrjv^ji.i.iiJi.   i.-i>uu.j.-*^.  MEDtCAL   CO.,   Bacteriologists,  GOSHEN,  IND.,  O. S. A.  AND  THROAT  DISEASES  c  TS"-*2n*-"ti-"c   for  others.  Safe   for   'orood   mares   and  a bottle:  sk.oh  klifB.:  SssF-aa gs^sfi ^  ill-health���������promptly yields ������o  Sh>5   vcftil*-'   i*ut ccriTiin **G*iion  of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives.  25c. a box at your druggist's.  NATIONAL bnUO ANO CHEMIC/������L CO.  or canaoa, LiMitee.  Reason for Haste.  There's an o.3 stors about an Irishman who ,was painting a fence and  who worked fast so that he might get  ���������������������������*-���������������- ***.*. ������.iie.i.*v^ *-.rt*,rtj.������ th** naint **-ave  out." Onr grandfathers laughed at  that joke before oar grandfathers  bought razors.  mtj   iievf  vadlAr.  ft *^������s as  And that you may, profit by  the health-restoring, strength-  giving properties of the time-  tested famous family remedy  day;   the setting is up to date,  but  +%������f������  /\i,*  >.<>{.,+  2^iii   sticts  out.    Our  correspondent says:  "I have a touring car and I have a  chauffeur The latter is a bright  Italian boy and an invaluable servant.  The other- night, ten miles from home,  but inside the city limits, r observed  that he was  putting on a burst of  SDr?6(i  "'Slow down a hit, Guiseppe,' I  warned him: 'we'll be arrested if w������  keep up this speed.*"  - 'Scusa me, mister boss,' he answered; 'we're ten mila from home  an only got enough gas for free mila.  Eef we no hurry we never mak* eet!' "  SPASMS OF  COUGHING  Ahm P������arit,u Sa&pino far Bredtn Common  to  E.onchitis  and  .Astnma.  LiF!d������g.fJ Ml)  SYRUP  OF  fpffrBfiT'wrBsvirr  iU������ir������miii������  Both bronchitis and asthma are diseases of the nerves as well as of the  bronchial tubes, and for this reason  only slight irritation or excitement is  required to bring on the terrible  coughing spells and frantic gasping  for breath.  There is nothing litre Dr Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine to  bring relief to suSerers from bronchitis and asthma.  it soothes the irritated nerves,  eases and prevents the attacks of  coughing and enables the system to  throw off the disease. In fact the  great popularity of this medicine is  largely due to its success in curing  bronchitis and severe chest colds  Past  Session   Has  Shown   a   Renais-  ���������    sance of the Old Humor.  When the late lamented John Ban*.  the Shelburne doctor, and member  for Dunarin, was found_ dead in bed  three years ago, the wise ones who  watch the proceedings of Parliament  from the Press Gallery chronicled  the passing of the last of* the long  line of humorists* of. the Laurier regime. A series of sessions, unrelieved  by the sparkle oi wit, was in sight.  The turn of time's wheel, lvj>wever,  has brought into being a ParHament  to which Barr is but a half-forgotten  memory. A new line of youngsters  wears the caps and bells.  The session just ended, the first of  the Borden reign, has seen the development of humorists  out of  what  V*&8    lUTHJcrly       ICKUIUCU    oS      BumBnimi,  raw material. In years gone by,  ihrank Oliver, tor instance, was seldom taken seriously. With the load  of the Interior Department lifted  from his shoulders by the electors on  September 21 last, the man from Edmonton has displayed a lightness of  toucn in debate and a delicacy ot  irony in retort which has astonished  political friend and foe alike. It was  Frank who referred to a speech of  George Bradbury, as "a series of premeditated  inexactitudes."  Before touching qp the new men  who have shown indications of turning into "Bill Nyes" and "George  Ades," a further glance over the old-  timers may be permitted. Emmerson,  the bushy-haired man from Moncton,  ^l^rdaveci ^pdtirspce in debate wl^ch  staggered the taciturn Frank Cochrane. Visitors to St. Vincent de Paul  Penitentiary years ago who went to  the cell of the Valleyfleld murderer,  Shortis (of happy Lady Aberdeen  memory), will remember that that interesting gentleman used to offer for  sale little pieces of round caTdboaTd,  the exact size of a ten cent -"iece. on  which he had laboriously  written the  gives the best lubrication   possible,  alike   in   kerosene,t  gasoline  and   gas   engines.   Keeps its body at high temperatures.    Equally   good for external bearings. *  la-fist"������    ' A        "H -j^S        '    "   " *    ^MhlW>S  'i'V*  eaves power and fuel in your tractors.   The best known,  most liked axle grease made.    Never rubs off.    Never  -- v \   ���������  .  ���������j**M������������*V*  ->    w  Silver Star  Engine Kerosene Oil  * ���������    j  Engine  jtf8 '- i&  T*  ou  .!���������:���������   *  f..*^.=   j^.,ja..   is_������s ���������  Lord's ?:  a change of copv, the Minister of  Justice might send him the Unrevised  Hansard of last session. The convict  could easily copy the speeches of the  new Minister of Railways on his little piece of cardboard.  Those who followed the proceeding**  -will      ~������,.���������������-.������������.!*.^v        4-iUm -y>wnn.\ iiAri1,       ~^.n ->-*���������  n XXX.        t^UfCUlUCl VUO MIVWi    a-wiaw        l'x~* *  played by Rodolphe Lemieux, the ex-  Postmas^er-General, and for a few  weeks the Minister* of Marine and  Fisheries. J.amieu*������ n.e-"er i"t in on-  position before.    He was born politi-  i\u\\it ixi\\\\ n. ailv*-*- ononn i-r, !>'������;  ^-���������*J       ----���������       ���������           ���������       ~*- ^-- *       - -  mouth,   at   the   general   elections   Oi  1896.    "We   are   here,   and   ybu   are  ���������there," as Mr. Monk would say, makes  all the difference  in the  world,  and  Cj-������ ���������  "LEJM5  eially pre-  G nan St a ���������Marvestsr Oi!���������Tho  pared for use on reapers, binders and threshers. Greatly reduces friction and wear. Body not affected hy  moisture or change   of climate..  ea  fiiS  fl*?* Per"-a������ent recovery depends j the ^ohshed Rodo'.nhe has found lit-  m. saiy;  Sold ���������vaiywheK>,  In boxes, 20c  Gopher Rifles  22 CALIBRE  -Wlncnester,   model   ISO-* $5.00  Savage Jr..  model 1904 $5.00  Stevens'    "Crackshot"     **>4.50  ���������^avatje    Repeater,    model    1911,    20  shots    , $7.50  BatluiacUon   guuianteed   or   monoy   iu-  **unded.  The HINGSTON-SMITH ARMS CO., Ltd.  Dept.  U. Winnipeg.  MALE   HELP  WANTED.  Railway Agents, Telegraphers and  ���������Clerks in great demand throughout  North-Wost. Six months will quail-  Sy,you.' Day and Mall Courses. Positions secured.. Free book 19 ex-  iJlAlns., Dominion School Telegraphy,  - Tdr>nt<v .;;'.'/.������������������'.'���������', .....���������'.,.���������'  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  Chins Forging Ahead.  Pekin.-���������At ihe trial of u Chinaman  in Nanking recently a jury of twelve  of his fellow-countrymen was impanelled and a translation of the British  oath administered to them.  largely on getting the nervous system thoroughly restored, Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food is' of the greater  assistance in revitalizing the wasted  nerve cells. This combined treatment is ideal as a cure for bronchitis  and asthma, for, while the Linseed  and Turpentine brings relief to the  organs of respiration, the Nerve Food  restores the body to full health and  strength, and enables it to fight off  disease.  There are many imitations of Dr.  ^baae's^Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine. The portrait and signature of  A. W. Chase, M.D., are on every hot-  tie of the genuine; 25c a bottle, at  ail dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Limited, Toronto.  Capitoi Cylinder Oil���������The ve*y best oil for steam pi&tits  on the farm. LaBts longer and gets more power from  therengine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes;  costs less In the end.  A.t!s������t'c R������rd Engine OH���������Strongly recommended for alow  and medium speed engines and machinery. Eases the  bearings and lightens the load.  The imperial Oil Lo., Limited  .a������������.J' -1 's  raur*   "  AN   EXCELLENT REMEDY.  Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent remedy for little ones.  They never fail to relieve baby  of stomach and bowel complaints  or the many other little ills that  worry him. Besides thiB they are  absolutely safe, being guaranteed by a government analyst to  contain no opiates or other harmful drugs. Concerning them,  Mrs. Sam Legros,'Ste. Cecllc,  Que., writes: "I have found  Bab; 's Own Tablets an excellent  remedy for my little one and  would not be without them." The  Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mall at 25 cents a  box from? The br; Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockvllle,  Ont.  Death Duties In France.  Paris.-���������The British chamber of  commerce in Paris has again petitioned the chancellor of tho exchequer  with regard to the double imposition  of death duties on the estates of British residents in France, and asking  for the same reductions as are allowed Is the case of resldei������.t8~in th*-*  colonies.  Minard's Liniment, tho Lumberman's  Friend.  A. story? comes from Grimsby, where  ���������Arma advertise to sell flah direct to  email purchaiJerB. Tlie glowing ad-  vertlBemeil,tB asked for the Bending of  ���������halt a crown������������������with a list of the varto-  ttea, of nsh puoterred? One letter  '-read.;'' -.     ?? ���������;'���������.,-.'-'��������� ?������������������-'���������?���������'..  ,"l want two salmon, a dozen wlkjit-  ihg, . a dozen froah horringB, Bomo  plaloc, and If you have them you can  *dd.- a! lobster.**^ ���������:������������������/<,��������� ������������������ ,.; ���������  Tho next day the lady received a  letter ���������whichriitid:  "Dear Madam: XMouho send anotlior  ���������sixpence and wo will forward the  trnwleti";- .-. .'���������,'������������������  "Which ia correot," asked a poultry  Instruotreaa of her olaos, "to npoalc of  a sitting hen or a netting hon?"  "I don't know," roplled an Interest*  i������d>Btudont,'.''l,a'ad,:''what'B moro, I don't  ���������care, But there's one thing I would  like to know. Whon a.hon caoltles,  lias eho been laying or Ib ahe lying?"  fiJuMss***i-*aTtsjW  ���������  *ViJiii.IPrtniii    r **  I** '    '������������������'������������������������������������'"������������������������������������ m    .-|i 1^1 fc.|in.     .     .^   ...... ���������,.-.    ���������,  ��������� ��������� -n-*    -TT   ;  KIDNEY  ^BILLS'  Tilting Rock of Argtxtitlna.,;  In Argentina they, have had a tiit-  Ing rook so, famous that Its destruction seema to have been regarded as  a national calamity? and has led to  BUggoation of its reatoration, as if  It were a sacred relic or a yenetlan  Campanile.    "     ��������� v      Y  It was uo balanced upon tho edgo  of a cliff that tho wind alono was  said to have set It oscillating, and excursions were made to it from Buonoa  Ayroa, distant about 200 miles.���������  Springfield Republican.  _ sxns.1'������������������������������������������������������������ mill".! -������������������> *M~+m���������m*B  While automobiles are not yet within tho reach of all, experience teaches  that almost all aro within tho roach of  automobllos. /"���������-,"''  Attacks of cholera aud dyaentery  coiiie quickly, there seldom being any  warning of tho vlBltY Remedial action must he taken Just as qulokly if  tho patient l������> to bo spared groat suffering and permanent Injury to tho  llnhig membranes'of tho bowels. Tho  roadiOBt preparation tor tho purpoBO  ia Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial, II can bo tjol at mriall coot at  any dru������" stoi-j or general dealer's,  and it will afford relict before n. doctor can bo called..     \  Physician at Watering-place (to patient's husband)���������And after ail, the  great thing for your wife Is exercise.  Does she take any?  Patient Husband���������Take any' I  should say she did. Why, doctor, sho  changes? her dress at leasts stx times  a^day.:   .,/,;.���������','..:.' ;.���������  Holloway'a   Corn    Curo takes the  corn   out by the roots.    Try it aiid  prove It. ���������?-.,:.;: /.-: ?', ..;:���������;.-.  ? "Was It an elaborate dinner ?"  '."Very." ������������������:���������������������������  "Plenty ot-champagne?"  "Flowed just Ilka water, but that  wasn't the chief display."  "That so? Wero rthe favors un  usual?".'  "Thoy were of solid gold. But what  really attracted tho most attention waa  that there Boem-ed to ho an uulimitoJi  supply ot butter.*'-���������^Judgo..  tie humor in the change. In the intervals between his incessant attacks  on Messrs. Pelletier and .Monk the  former Minis-ser had one little tilt  with A. C. Boyce, of West Algoma,  which formed one of the spiciest "en-  tre-acts" of the session. Boyce, who  has been in the running for the vacant Solicitor-Generalship for some  time, was twitting X. mieuz on his  short tenure of office aa Minister of  Marine.  "But," retorted Lemienx sweetly,  "my hon. friend will admit that I  was a minister of the crown. "I was  not merely a minister in the newspapers."  And everyone agreed that that was  a good one on Arthur Cyril |Joyce.���������  The Mace in Saturday Night.  A Porcupine Character.  One of the most interesting characters in the Porcupine district is  Mary Van Geer, known a? plaiq  "Mary" to the bulk of the population.  She is a Dutch girl who blew in from  "outside" some time before tho fire  and did heroic rescue work during  that devastating experience. She is  six feet tall and very strong physically, and many 3toriea are told of her  muscular prowess. She keeps a stationary and fancy store which enjoys  favor with the community, nnd if an  intoxicuted man cornea into her shop  it ia no effort for her to throw him  ont. "Mary" mixes with the male  population of the camp on a unique  footing of absolute equality and yet  'p^a'&ea&es.'the universal respect of '"the;  entire community. Her fine open  countenance and ability, tb look everybody straight in the eye ��������� prejudices  the visitor iu her favor, and with all  her ability to take care of herself,  there la nothing masculine about her.  But Mary is moving on. She likes the  frontier life aiid Porcupine has become less attractive to her since it  got a railway and the telephone and  eleotric lights. She has the old Viking blood in her veinB. She ia possessed by the wnnderluat and ono of  these days ahe will turn up in Ungaya  or at the mouth of the MacKenr.ie.  river; and Porcupine will know her  no moro.  IO&'^  .\ I  straw.58  '���������Th������5*!> granaries come in compact  bundles. ������A boy can set up and bolt  one together in a few hours. Four  padlocks protect the^graln. Separator  delivery into a spout on the side or  into roof manhole���������saves work during threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves: * ���������} Sell  it when you are ready, loading direct  from the granary into your wagon,  or bagging it. No musty or heated  grain, q Get my granary and he Independent of elevators for selling.  Sell at the highest price, no matter  *how long you store your grain.  The Pedlar Granary protects you."  "Write me for my booklet. It shows "how profitable tny  Granary is even on i* sinqrle quarter-section farm. ' Use  it  for 1912.    Tin* Book Tell*, or Bl^ Money for Vou "  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Writ* for Booklet No 6a OSHAWA, ONT.  WTMNIPEO   CAJ.OABY   EDMONTON      ttEGlNA  VOLombarilSt.    Crown Block      CC3 3rd 8UW,  1001 Railwayat.8.  SASKATOON     -   MOOBE JA*T iETHBOTDDi:  Drawer 1046 care Whltlock & Uarlntt       IMS Fifth St. ,8.  "*I ha-gpi a money-saving mveatiosa-  bac-dy granaries to allow field thresh-?j  ing over your farm. Move them about j  each year.   You saver long hauls, at J  feflftraet ������*&.*.        T������ J   " aa, '.    *'     V     '^i  ���������-���������A v *%i-i5*i    ���������*i-'*"W-sr���������* ������.������Jh ������������������    " -  spring yoii scatter-       _  smell .straw stacks ^^  ' ---no burning of 1EHI3  it?-  150  200  300  400  t>GO  60O  and  1,000  Imperial  Bushels.  Pull Measure  Guaranteed.  ���������, i, ,n  "My 150-bcwholGranittT, shotfiv  fngrdaor.   Also withont door,  if dojlrea.  Shows how ������M*{ tt������ '  baa uniin, when w������nt������d. OtDsr   .^  cut at left shows epout for basil  fiSR..  IUUntia������ attached to Granwr*/.*' 'SHji  .>~ii?;i  701  Direct. your 1 nqujry"' to ...the;, Pedlar .'pike* nearbst, you..?:','Tji^  ??;;'?pr;omptiy..,and?M ���������'';���������"'���������'.' ���������������������������tiy"'.'^ ti': '<'���������"<.  Mlnard**, Liniment used by Phy������|ulani.  Of all the Had word's we see iii print  And this is a gehoral rule.  Are flUloBo cciivoying the daily, hint,  "UttBettlod with rain, and cool,"1  At a frialilouahlo dinner, where tf.il  the Ittdlba woro dboolloto gowns excopt  ono, the little three-year-old son of the  family was brought lu to Bay good  night to his mother. Later, when iho  putting him to hod she  5        Our T-de With U. 8.  Despite the defeat of reciprocity  and, the keeping up of the tariff restrictions against trade between Canada and the United States, tho significant fact in &hown by tho trade,returns for the twelve months ending  with IJ'obru.ary lftBt thnt Cnnada'a total trade with hor nolghbor to the  south i*wenacd during the year by  !Jt<M,o92,2'Vii. or shout tlftcen per cent.,  while  trade  with  Grout  Britain  in-  Mothod In Mia Madness,  He's really the nicest boy I knbWi(  So I take him along wherever 1 go:  To theatre, party, basbhall game','"-;;'  Or any place else that a boy can nanie.  Kls evei-y wish Is at my?command <.  And all ho wants is right at hand,  But this confession, I have to make,  I do it ull for, his alBt^r'a laako.?  ?,;  "Don't you thin^-thia hat makes me  look ten years youngbr1?'*'  "Yob, and ao; does my, husband."  "How charmingl What did ho say?"  "He remarked last njlght that when  yoii took oft* your 'hat?you looked ten  yoara older,"--ifllegendp Blaetter.   -  ': ..Hli . Qu'i)W-.:,'''I'-,-.'   ; ?'"  !. "What   will   bo   toshlonab.lo,.th:s  ft'irlii'"*:?"  "Whatever they happen to-be over'*,  utocked with in Paris, 1 suppo������.,f---Mo������-  con TrnulBorlpt. ������������������..,-.-;',-,,���������        -: .l-'  : ���������:*���������*>��������� ?:?'::'.'v'^blpihB :'Hands.;???;^v>'' Y;v?Yy)  1 "What?aro you doing for th^i^pllt^lj*?  Maude?" "    ';."���������.-.; '_ '���������" ���������'ti^tititititi^'ti  ���������"I am' teaching poor girls the rudl-v.?  mohtsof brltiue whist.   And yoW" , t??  I "Oh, I am collecting cast off :iiuto������  mobiles to distribute'''among wori^y1?1 -  persons.",    ���������, ���������* ?. ? vy Y>'-'?"<V^'V^,'::-> v^ti  tin  "'���������  ���������'Were you not scared whon tho  masked, highwayman camo through  tlie sleeping car arid demanded your  money at the point ot a.revolver*?'?!.,;��������� ���������  "Scared? No,' I thought It was a  mighty good Joko on the portor/i-r-ii.  Buffalo KxprcsB. ?       ,   ?  liondon.^jA,   ,qhaxlty costume hall, i>  which will probably be known as th������     ?  ambassadors     ball,;' will 1,ebVi!d: AV ;i,i  Qlymplaion Junp:3. Tho procooda will ,*������������������  bo rJoyoted to a charity or charltlea . ,"  not yet aolected.  '1:  (%     '������������������������,*M '  JLIXW  mmMmmmm^**mmmnmm\***U*amJim* mmWmlmm^mwmmltltM  i\  W. N. U. 808.  "'Didn't that man comphiln vhen  you cborgod him with u brokt-n appointment?''     .  "No," ropllod tho dentist; "ho said  breaking an uppolntnimit with me w.'U  worth ovory twtit it cohI."  a  "But," said the returned explorer,  "although I riu������med to ho hopelessly  lost,, and there was not tho nllghteut  sign of a trail, t was not tho leant  alarmed,  for  al  that  niomont  ������omo  UOUlUuivJ  IvulUU  luui.   ...Lu  ������u^   V..JMIL '  ������'X������(''Vty wAft* vaii  iirtt  ml**���������*���������*������***#*!***" <i*tr.  ed a ilBtener.  "I know the Kurd* would show me  tho whey."  nurao   waa    , _  ���������,  askod him which lady he liked tho   croasod  by  only   $18,342,157,  or  not  heBt, Y'Tho ono with tho dross on,"   ���������"- -'~UL - * ��������� n.���������-^-������- +������*���������i  ho replied.  My olator wan trying to pornuado  hor little boy to ho dro������������ed. As usual,  ho thought differently and ran away  to hido. HIb mother called him ft  number of tlmoB before ho replied,  saying: "Mother,, you called mo flvo  times before I heard you. I counted  thorn,"  To bfivft ln������* rl-ilM.-reri nonnil atid  healthy in tho mm vuro oi a uiouhu.  Thoy cannot be healthy If troubled  with worms. "Uao Mother Gravett*  Worm hlxtormlnator.  ������ quite eight por cent. Oanada'a total  trade with,the United States for iho  twoivo morillift waa $dM.eyr,.W2,. and  with Groat Britain,  *!2C0,072.657.  The Dominion')* aKKrogiito trade  with the world wab ���������J847,372,,J'38, an  Ino-fORse ot $03,432,178. of which  '981,8^,(130 was in imports. Exports,  of domostio products, which totalled  $������8o.8o7.34tt. fnoran*-������Kl by only IO,.  465,708. The Dominion's total trade  with tho United Stutou is, thoroforo,  flnntdderably more than half of thft  ,i,ir"  ,,., .v   ,������mi. .-h 4*5-. v/rirlrt   r.r-.rt l"'  5SSJ  ih' i*i'  increasing at a moro rapid rate than  with any other country.  vw*w���������������ly,���������.  Bacon���������Somebody    nald thero wan  ,*,....       . , . . ������ ,  m..., .  *U\* ..I,. ������.,,^.,������j,    ^.fc^*....,*.*4t,    uUUU.    JUL,      ,. ,.v   ..  HAW rtCMNfl:     T rlon't  ar������w ft  Impollt* Cop*.  Two   policeman   in   Montrabl   have  hour'* dutv ������ day for a foHnififht be.  Kghcrt���������Of oourpo, you don't. Vouloauuft thoy inclined to give nn their  don't Nuppow, hi,���������Vi ittuvo the prlco trato t/> ladicii who woro itaodliu* iu  tfrnurk o*ii It, do youf [a tmrncur.  HOW TO PRESERVE YOUTH AND BEAUTY.  _  One (treat aeoret of youth unci beauty for the youn-g woman or the mother (���������  vhe proper underaundlnjt of her womanly aystem and well-beiu**.    E<-ery womiii;'  youu| or old, ���������hpuld know htr$$lf and her phyaionl make up,.    A toed, vv������y ,toj ,-  *rrivo ul thin kuovriedtio i������ to ilcc m |;uuU <lpvi.ui book, tiuch ior i(i������ituitu������. aa " Tho    ���������  People's Common Senite Medloel Advloer;" by K. V. Fierce,M. Di, WWfcli'ein'1*'���������'  readUy be procured by wendin-t Uiirty-ouo cents* (or cloth-bound copy, addrciauin-l,, ,-  Dr. Pieroe, at BuQalo, N. Y. <t .-, ,,-,,..;..,,.-,-r4u:;������---.- 'ti'Ji,, ;y.'v ','  Tha womanly ayitem Is ������ delicate machine whloh can only be oomp������red"ffl rhlb I*V.'V'.-. >������ M. ,i  trloate raeohanlim of * beautiful wntch which wilt keep In -food runnlnjl orda^iMvi , zti  with good care and tlie proper oiliud nt the riiht time, so that the delicate miwh-^Y  ani-im may not be mam ������ur,   Very many times) young'WOmatN'm'i, ���������  get old or run Jow* before their time throudh i^oraabOiaiad/UjY  the improper handling of this, human inoohauUiu.    Meutt'l,. ,|..,  deoreaalon, ������  confuaed  head, backache, h<i������dsiotielt������r 'hbiV "'?Y   ���������  ���������     '- '  -���������' '���������  >' "t -i���������,"������������������������������.- *>���������   ���������������������...���������������������������.. ��������� ������������������   ,..-���������'.���������.������,..:;"  ���������  '���������������....,.,.  lysieiu ������uit b������ avoided by * proper unaer������iaiui*r*g u������ ***������*���������.,'*������* -. i  do, la tUoiii* trylnij timea tbat come to all wo'm*>n. ' ���������_,(  .*  \*^S������ !jir  JNaBr L.  ."Am   w-,  ttflatM   HWiw^MMtxa^i  Una. 0. H. WilMMmi, ������f LynnliBvan, Va., mtntmx      ���������_ ��������� r   sjlriea ������nv .laaUli trava way.  1 hail tarnala tranMa a������4 all, th* ������*)������*U*m  *n uti*+*khiv;l:%'  (1 ampla-raa Uir*������) wnM lTwt������������M dta. 1 waa not ab|a to O&wf v������ii,  had to Wm *ntnm<mm all tha tlmo. finalW. t mu'I <n th������*i-ar������������miMjM������������<  wr. i-i-uiMM HAvontm fraaoripuon. ana hwhiwiui try it. i.Hw* wu*  taW������M hut or,* iwUl* until T t?o,i������,1 U.hmA r*,m.������ w^ i"v������l 1 ���������iv.V.TS an,  iiva bouies ������< -favorite VrMeTiytlon* r.mi twn ot Uo'rlrti, M������x*tral  niMovary,'������fu1 now 1 amablsUtdaall my h',u-^.ifurU,.-iiul h*iv������ -tn nr*4  fmirtjwsn pounas. I anlvtiaatl watmni, w|i., -.,,Tr> .v,,,, .Vinni" ii-i,���������i���������#  aiUyy������-ur'i^viadt*l*raaaHi>tloa.    li . i.i-uui* n.uuiu������iuiwu������MitUv"  , - ',"i\,  ,0'.rjS������ -V  '.-I!l|,|  u>  5������t.t������ln.'il������������i|  .....^..,1,I���������,������������������,J...,U,... ..U...... ^..^^.u.l....u  .-  -^....  uiiaMtdiwauiH  lililails-^^ II"  I*"  ���������a  Bit.  ��������� ->���������.���������*������*���������;  :.ryi-*������;iW&&.:^^ .i*r'-','"y.*i'-'"~^,-ajr-;' 'ti:''ti,.?titib^titi:-"':-ti:-'i^1'.;"ti.[ ."l^ucr:^:'':^**^^^  * ������������������  v.-T*  Published every   Friday at Oreston, SdtlBh Columbia, bythe Oreswm Print  ������g and Publishing Company, Ltd.  &      -  ?;:;l;?Y:-:?-    W? B. McClurb - - Editor and Manager  Y -The Review ia the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston vaiiey, cir  --- enlattog in over cue thousand hornes throughout the Creston district and  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities.   Our advertising rates  ��������� J- ' are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers'Board of Trade.  Xtand purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, SI per inch per month; other advertising'10 cents per Hoe first ipsue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  -advance.   Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local iu-  -' teres*; and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  ���������caDL_.  rmmn  ���������  <*fis%.���������S2V.59. (S IS^i  Hi l-K IWAiYiiWl\U  aa*m m ������������������>������������������ .wwSssr/ ������������������ ��������� ��������� ��������� a-sr-i-i  I������ifornnatBOS    Came   Too  . Late for This Season  Ai a HiiOjrt. ef*dcial meeSiug of the "aimers Institute last Friday, it was decided not to enter the Field Orop com-  pediion which ia under ths supervision  of the Department of Agrictlture.   Had  AAKfftnmmtti w  "hAjaw ljwmflrlti:  Tkc.ffu.Q *..*K<fc  would have undoubtedly entered,  but  owing to the late notification and new-  turalline, it was decided best not to  compete -tbia year.  IK CBHff  Nelson, B. C, May 10���������Bob Green  was nominated topay at the Conservative convention, held here, to run for  the place left vacant by Goodeve.  I There has never been a time in the  in the history of the Province when a  strong man was as much needed to  represent Kootenay at Ottawa as at  the present and Bob Green is thought  ���������a-*-*. Via *l*l"������.z������   -Bv������>r*jf������  Schofield   says   of   Green, '*! have  Ir ti rtxiTVi     Tr\ ? t*-������       i it, f- ��������� Hai o 4* ol ������r    "P(^*������    ** I* j*������i^ *"������������������������} ���������"���������>  years and. there is absolutely no doubt-  in my mind the he is immeasurably  the best and the strongest man whose  name has come before the people."  Chas. O. Rodgers and James Comp-  ron are the delegates who were st-nt  to the  convention   by   tha   Creston  J Conservatives.  W  creston xiotei  ��������� v m a'"   w " "  \/OU  will  make  no   mistake  &  /"���������a*-"   A _     .  ���������*��������� * ���������**? B   -?*������  m   b a "*������ b a i^   ia    'a ������  C0  ���������mtM.afl'Wtajr  "Xai1 ���������^���������agcu ^j ���������*!���������**���������  f 7%������f Leading  .Fwtf    Belt  XZS7  , | when you get off the train,  ix. you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men wiii substantiate this. Wc  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  j  a manner up-to-date.  1 --'    ~  *&>   S Oar   Guests I  ������0  Can.  ���������Again  snz*?      -&?!  *>.  Headquarters for Mining Men  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourist:  and Commercials.  <$  h B. Moran  Prop,  as  (tt&fofibjQx/SZJ^j^ci&iSfrt&i at** <**\j<������.*rK ^o, .ox <-cx ������tk ^o-v /*k *<5n. ^r������ ^o*. /ta ,<rv taa.  .j^iw$*WMWMimmmm\!Lr  a  " We have just placed into stock a new  ^^^j^^ lil,e of Stationery, Sundries, also  Lia-  en, Dtmdand Onion Skin writing pads  W^fflf -eftso'1abie prices.  new boxed Stationery, and a complete  stock of ledgers, Cash books  etc.,   at  OHsMrtdMsnwsri  ^reston Drog&Book  Phone SI  %���������4\Jta  !".���������������..��������� ������������������������  ^&*s$&t>-M^*-cc-crr&t>*������(^$&e  > Jt* a   ������ ���������    ������������������ .      _        .   . >w  ransier, Livery and Feed StebSes i  (Best equipped Livery in Tcwan)  (Of  Vis  fiT  Hi  i; orDUS  a  aa������������������.      a  v^������v       vi     *������������*���������.��������� -8������n.%a������������**rm  Presidegit   Kerr  nvery oacc in awhile a good thing v.omes your  way, aud it is simply up to you wrhe her you  make it yours, or   blindly pass it by.  KITCHENER NOTES  .*?s>8-4 Superintendent Be-any,   visited ��������� ,r^  Kiteheser toleefc cver^iie -work beiss '  ; In the fertile valley lying between  the Nanimifc mountains and the Beaufort raage,a history-making ceremony  took place on Saturday afternoon,  tvfeen W. J. Kerr, president of the  Canadian Highway Association, in the  presence of the population of the two  ASbemis and several hundred visitors  from Victoria, Nanaimo, Vancouver,  Westminster and Seattle/planted the  most westerly post of the Canadian  Highway at the foot of Johnston road,  OKI Alberni on the east shore of the  Aibesrni c.^na!. With' tho arrow pointing east towards the Beaufort range,  ���������'Westward Ho" was changed to  "Eastward Ho" and the end will not  be reached until a similar landmark  adorns the shore of the province of  Nova Scotia, eastward 4,000 miles by  continuous road across the Dominion.  Mr. Kerr delivered the planting address. There were other speakers and  ���������many invited guests who took part in  the function.  Crcaton in on the line of tho Canadian Highway and it is hoped that it  will nob be long before the diamond  ���������iga upon its ten foot pole will be  making an appearance here. Yesterday a reconnoitering party under the  lieud of H. G. Randlesome of the firm  Cleveland & Cameron, Vancover left  liere to find the feafibility of Summit  and Lost Creeks trail, for the course  of the highway. The party will havo  finished their work by the end of the  ���������month and we will then know whether the road will take the course over  ���������Summit Pass or the Kooteuay Valley  route. This Prouince iu to spend ovur  II^OOU.OOU aloue, this year on tho  fciflmay.  uOu& Ou tlie trunk road by G-- A. sxxmt  Mr. Harry liconard of Creston paid a  visit to friends in Kitchener last Sunday.  Mr. Payette of Oreston is employed on  the government road. Clem is handling  ths powder.  sirs        sf*- r%  aa  ���������a  i>ar....*ra __.  Sato-" -Hjgg*y ai  All class or IXJRHGU1 S supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of    2?  &  n*  ���������V  I   <^  g- OtTiTiirtS and BtTGGIBS for sale and hh*e.   Saddle and pack horses a -^  fy,                                                         Speciality. ������  g P^ed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manf{j. Co.      Horses for sale &  J I am prepared to fill all orders, both by win? and mail, *mt" meet all trains i  ���������J ot auy hour of the day or night.    Commercial men and lnntiseekers,  will ������  tfi'                                                receivt? *nrr������fipt attention  I*  ii^r ^  t ���������  g-^  jyj  B     8 a    \m*S:  f\/ipl        rafZk^Y ������*-a      I���������*- Y*r\ a~a,  ������*������-;���������'"-' Sirdnr Avenue " Box 14    ifc  Wise warden H-^nsell is  regular rounds these days looking for  fires and it will not be well for the man  he catches patting out fires without a  permit as Harry is bound to keep up his  end of fire protection.  Mr. William Colbourn has ju-st returned from a business trip to Cranbrook.  Tho P/^bl*yti>'rian LudU<4 Aid. Itou- i  MMM-e social held In the Mercantile ball  last. avening was a decided success.  Alj**t ftevtmty-llve attended and evory-  sUdy IhmI an excellent tlmo. The fol-  louriag program was given.  PJano solo, Mrs. Bevan; Address, Kx-  iMllonoo of Nonacnco, Rov, Bloke; duot,  plaao  and   mandolin,   Mr. and Mm.  nioiicE  Owing to the scarcity- of water The  Goat Mountain Waterworks Co., find it  absolutely necessary to prohibit the unnecessary uee or waste of water and  hereby give notice that tho hours for  sprinkling lawns or flower gardens shall  be between 7 o'clock and 0 o'clock in  the evening only.  In no case Khali the water bo allowed  for irrigating purposes Parties will also  kindly note that according to contract  ther aro supplied with water for domes-  tio purposes only���������should they require  it for lawns or flower gardens application must bo mado to the secretary of  theoompauy for a permit.  Ourcolleotor hag been instraoted tj  act iu accordance with these regulntlous  aud any persona found guilty of tho  iufraotlon of these regulations nro Hnblo  to have their water Hupply shut off.  TheBO regulations to remain in force  ���������until tho fU '< dny of August, 1012.  J. Mallandaino,  Oreston, B. C, Soo'y.  "Mny Ifi, 19!*>  If you're wise and alive you'll   get  in  on    this  while the time is  ripe, to turn dimes  into, dollars  almost "overnieht."  -a    3  *&u  Just io per cent down and 5 per cent a month  gives you ownership of re-il property that should  solve all your future financial problems.  No use telling you the details in   this   space���������  ^gl it would ..take   this whole  paper   to do the subject gS^  justice, aud even then you   rightly  would want to gg '  Candies were for sals during tbe evo-  nin-f and games of different kind* w������w  flayed.  Aftar tha program aa exquisite lunoh  ,a������ .- **  ���������Vi IIHa������* ******���������������> I W**#  "The Sfiuaw Man" which will bo  seen here soon plnyod in Now York for  two years to record breaking buBinoes.  The record of the ftoyul Piny is no Iohb  rcmarkablr, t!...,, J,,,,, PJny mmhIj'. ������rni������ii  linn been pronounced by tho moBt nm-  inuut 1 'oviowerw of dramatic uubjcotu to  bo by all odds the host Play of tho uou-  ��������� aiMI.  So come  and see tiE-Save  tiuie aud make   money S^U;  YOUKS FOR PROSPERITY '  ;������ Dominion Stock &;Bon.d,.'Cprp..;'^  Limited ^  Vancouverf B. C. wife  ^ Creston Valley Irivestment Co.;S������  Agents for Oreston and District. Ik  NOTICG  Ni-lauu Lund DU.rlct-Dlutrlol "1 West  Koototmy  r  i'i  Toko notice that I, Guy Lowenhorg,  of Croston, R, C, onoupiil'iion, npont, in-  tends to apply for pormisisioji to pur  chase tha followiuff doscrlbod landfl;  Oommoiu-iing at a point on tho eiiHt  buuiidiiry of lot 10200 about 20 ohuiiiH  iioi-Mi from its southeast corner, thencn  eaHtorly 40 ohaiiiH, south <10 ohnitiH, wesl'.  ,>A   .1.-1 ,1     r,A   .l...l,,r,     .v./\^A     r...    l(.,-,t  to tlui-ioini of ('(iiHim'iHHiimint con lain-  ittfj** I'M) iioroH moro or Iohh.  Guy Lowoiiborg,  Datod May 10,101U. Appllonut.  Five noro Fruit nnd Poultry ranoh for  sale. Close to town adjoining, tha meadows and sni table for stank or dniry  cattlo. iiomiiix uroliuiu hiliig Isi good  Income,      Apply owner % Kovlaw,  WIAUAWI  L/1VUL"4  -notion HootjCompound Tablets  ������   -jf ������ri , ������ ������������< ,r   tjryriwir^ Hrr*r\y*  Tliooft nil*' ������i'i* coiniioiiiHifil vvllli Uin mctil'.i'!  ore- from tlip moft   rull.ilili! HMiii-dlci .���������unwii to  Vi lnllCUl flllCll Illl llt������ licllljj  HUOll Wltll llHICll IllirCI'l   '  l>V iho moat cclobnitix! iiIivhIcIiimh knowi).  limy nro a jipucl.'ic 'or ilio il|i>ticHHln������ dlnonlt'i  lo which (Im (uimilii iI'liii'.iiniiiii, In 'dibit-.  I'rlco ?������) n box,,   M������������. >i dm    i wtrnni/.irV .IU ������������������,  |i,.A.     ,.I,4U .1. MM M*"*, "'"-;'. >'<   ">  ll.,*,'! ll'li.l  ������������������*���������'  Ymfa  n< mimum  Dealer in   high   cla-ss  boots and snoes.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  creston  TTJ-V  \ Spirit. Co.  - I  *>* fook, Prop,    j  on a ay $ ---'--may; z  BEM^ETt .& CO., OFFER  ������ti$F'?\  (him %>?������  B$ Ethvard vMittowyippd  12 Months In Ne<w York,  2 Years In London  Synopsis* af tfilm Piay  ACTl--IjavMi at tho Oout't at Mnnol,nloy Tower, I0n*|layd  ACT a- -TJio L;n������g Horn Saloon, Groon ltivor, Wyo.  AU t' !i- .Jim UarHtou'n Ha.ti.nh, Wyo.  AOT4-.HiunoiiH Act 3  ;-, -".-.-���������-i-..-������;������!������.������������������������������'...������������������������!'������  Compteie Magnificent Production  Gorgeous Scenic Effects  11 rices 75c.   Reserved $LQ0.   Children JSr  i  swMMMtaiMaaaMlsW^  ^'(*'?tititi'titititi?:tiI*.T.'titi,''"''J*!''���������VM!* 1?H!My*^*Sgg!5  JgiiligsBiis^^  <W*j������nvAit*v*4<*������i/(K.>*Wfl,>4"11 ...ir'VVTl ^jTs'!ra!MuiTri^VimT   ~   ' iri ^? *" ��1B> XfJ ~ 'I T8 ��*�������*���,��*���.*�����. *i-��
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NOTE���Whereas it is only possible
for ..fruit magazines and publications
to cover the field of fruit raising in a,
general  manner, tho Review has in-
fifrnllprl fl-MO llann ��.^inn(. in -^t1,{��V. iJnnr
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deinved from actual experience by
ranchers of this locality, shall be
printed, thus making the subject matter of direct interest to this valley's
fruit growers.
Our  interview  this  week  is  with
Stace Smith, who, although he is not
what one would call an old timer here,
has been in the fruit raising business
for years,   Twenty years ago he put
����}\   ont an orchaid at Salmon Arm where,
he says,   che conditions are much the
same as in this valley.
( "Well yes���while I don't pretend to
know all about fruit," said Mr. Smith
when he understood the object of -our
interview, "I do have some ideas of
my own.
"And to begin with the setting out,
as there are no better apples, for
marketing at their times of the year
than the Wagener and the Mcintosh
Red I would advise a new man in the
valley to set out the maiorit^ of bis
trees in these tx?o varieties. They do
as well here as  anywhere.   I  am a
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reasons too. It sells well anywhere
and. the trees bear as soon as any other
kind after setting out. Twenty per
cent of my trees bore two years after
transplanting. The Mcintosh Red
also also bears very young and in
rfovetnbei* it> is abo��t the oni.-**', good
S.V>TV.e IV)*.' f,l��e '\fp.nTror
' ^'The Northern Spy is another good
.\. var'ety for this valley bat it docs not
6BB I bear vouncc- TWV t7.-��*��a r��i��,Tif-��d iive
years ago are just blooming this year
The Northern Spy is self sterile and
care must be taken to plant other
varieties among your trees. There
are many other apples wbich. do very
well here bub mosb of my planting in
tbe future will be of the Wagener and
the Mclntofeh Red.
"When I came here, 1 was told that
nothing wonld "���rov0" hers but apples
bnfc I put out some cherry trees which
are doing find and bore ths second
year- Bing and Lambert do the best.
This is alto a great pear country. 1
set out a number of Bartletts and
I Buerre d'Angou. three years ago and
all are Louring now.   Peaches do well
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This Hotel   is  one  of the ~ .
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Hotels  in  the  Kootenays. ���*',   ;|
The dining room is strictly /-j
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plied with onlv the best brand. .1
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SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General. Manager
:apitau - $10,000,000
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers  every facility'
for the transaction, of their banking business including the discount and
collection of sal^s notes.    Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge*
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Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of
Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same carefui"
attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.
Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as
by a personal visit to the Bank.        - A231 .
CFERCY ~S. FOWLER, Swsnager, Creston Srsttch
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I i ib6 Driiisij vvmmma nurseries uo. uo., i J
I or VanoQuVer, B, s
11 pave just received an 8o page illustrated
and descriptive  catalogue of   their  fruit    "
trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free  for
the askiug to intending  planters.
Apple direct to this of5.ee or to W. S., Watson
at Creston, B. C. ;
A TRIAL ORiDER will convince t
Vis.   axaOS��.r
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I  IS critical of tne superiority of otsr one year old ������
ii tres on three year roots. ig
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Provisions,    Produce,    Fruit
Ouiieial CuiiiiiiiNsii.il MoicIiaiiik
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The  Imported Belg inn Stallion TAMBOUR   ^>
$^   WAER, NO. 31.894 w ill stand at McCrcath's   W
FRIDAY afternoon at id SATURDAY forenoon   #%
Citl] or .send ?for : oar
New IMinplilct. which is
full of useful in form :il ion
for Kmit (innvors etc.
& Go.
Head Office
Mr. .Smith has a lino lonKiug orohnril
���uicl   aUhor.j-,11    <;��>mi>ai-a lively    now,
, jiulging i'rmn llu* innltltiiilo of liloa-
Mini<-, a lnrgre crop should ho expected.
1     (Viover in un imii.ud n ic-gnidei I y
ninny as ilotriineuL'il to tho ivios hut
olovor has hoon thrown in this orchard
I'm* bovei-.il  years and tlio trt't-'s   aio
uppoarantly on  a par with  oilioiKOl*
tho sanio uf^e urown  under dil'J'oront
uondiLions,     Hovvovor tho groiuul has
heon kopb clour and niulolioil undovtho
trues, and the whole orchard has heon
wellTiirfcilivUHl.   The clover Iiiih yielded
I a i goiid pi'()(lt while   tho  trees  have
!.    There .��u*o also 1uvr*o patclr-s nf wisp:
1 liorrics and atriiwhinTios on the ranch
and fi'otn   priiMCiit   appt'iii'iuicoH   the
hiVawhi'i'i' ii^H  will   he   pleiil it'ul   in   a
��� onple of \yeekf.
Mi'. HinlCi   hiiN f.illowi'd out his idea
In a large exlenl. i"'i;ni*d n c fiull tiee��.
About? CO percent of hiH   orehiird'   Ih
inmle up of WnftonorN and Molnt'iishes
while the balance Ih compoHccl of fU'
toon Ciilfoi'ont varieties.   In two more
yorirn the vnnoh Hhouhl ho pnyliifr
liifpfe divldend.s to I.Ih Indus' rloiin
own or.
Senator Dunlap and Larsons'Beauty. ,   '���
L'wo of the niosr, linidy pmi productive variorioa Fi-opu��nt��.��l uiuh-r toe
most f.ivor.ihlo eonditious fioin the R   M. Kelloj*'- strain of  pmii^K e  phutif.
Price 5*10 OU per tii aisaud F. 0. i3. \A'-, nndel. Gold C -iu and B.��ver aei-d
ri'itntoF-H, -prii'o ,*;2 2o jier liundieri lbs-. , ���*
���-rr" ~-*a^*''n<c*''^'ts^j^*X'**"j"y,!*=-">��i wj>'m-si i*��i3*j.
��� ��/ vaxarar     ^nrr-*
max ��jfffm%\nmm^nmwaKtaTw\jB am  s^siifis&s-s-M^sr
Dr*. K. ft K. aro favorably known ilii-oiigb* . I
out Cannoa wliero tbay liuvo done  bum-   I
liens for over SO years.r*inoui.ond�� of patients
liavo boon treated and cured by tliefi- i-iflat
Bltillnnd through tlio virtue of tbeir Maw,
���Method Treatment   When you treat"iilta"
them you-know you nm dnnlliiQ- with rcfiiiou'
slble physlolana ttu���tJicy ipwii mad oecinw.'1
their owri ofllee building In Detroit, rained
ut 9I0O.00Q.   WUon they tlecldo your cane Is
vurable.ml your worry lu removed for yon
luiow   tlioy will  not   deceive   you.    *llie'y,
Buiirauieo to .euro   all. curablu.oaf'cii.   No
matter how mnny doctors-. have tullcd to
benefit you; iu�� matter-fiow hiiicIi iiii<**ii>y
you havo npontln \alti: *no Miotter how dia*
coumuod yon niny l.i*. don't'Rive up In-den-',
pair until you itet n it*a oi>l��*ion tvom llieno
in.ister ���peclalUtn,,    u you-;nro at pi��aeiit
"        '    -........-  ot ft.Uy secret lintrt\\lil(b
�����-���-,���  -. ���.-, J���'��� y ficgrem; If yoii ate
mi*ferln!rffom..tli6.vi.uull'i. ut jast .fmllt,c��-��-
ior tne ticuyuii.
Electric Restorer lor Men
Da Mm Christ, holnttt, pBn��$s��
'ti\\ PllOfinhonol reatororieverynarvalnitlioboilv
V* vim nnd vitality. I'rimiiiHiro ilnray nnd nil noxunl
\$. wcttkuunn  nv��Tl��d nt oiicc,    S"l><*j��pli.onoJ will   |,���
w . ^.��*,. w. j&ji innkft you i\ nowmnn., Price J^s J>oit%or;tmyjnt
FiiMior Boole will bo nt tho loonl <) i ilt-
olio olmroh Sunday, May in ms foll'ivvn;
Mn eh 10:90 ii. in
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ih'iiivliottoir 7:.')'J p. n .
This will ho Fntltor 1-JooUn hiRt Sunduy
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DruKprMBiir, Medioat.Duttccrroa
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U aapplnpr your lllo 1 y ��Tegri*eK; If yoii ��l��
iiurrerln*" from '.tli6.vi.umla. ut yixit .fmllt,c��-��-.
(ioi����j It youi* blvod hill bcoii talnti'd from
fny prUate dlaonno arid ymrdcio not merry(
Ir you are mnrrlcd and llvo In dread ofuymn-
t'lma breaking out *nd oxpoalncr your pout;
���jnent llfo-rOra, K. *.K. ai/ajrmir Rafuce.
I.tiy your ewe i>e*oro them confulintliillj and
rorjsuLTATio*: ran;
Booh* Frea onJDlseasas of Man. ti -tinaMa
to call, wvlto fur u Question Olaiik for
thoy will tell you honeattyiryouaroourftble.
We Treat awl Cure "
VAfiiCOiiE VeriS. NEttVOUa DEiiiijIi i",
i)o^ ft. C��tluurlue��, Ont.
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KIDNEY ttn4 BU.DDEH Dkaaaae
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Cor* Michigan Ave. and Griswold St. Detroit. Mich.       1
ilittis*fflnsls-�� H AT 11""-* B* ^ ���* Otters from Canada must be addressed m
KQOsls(W~^(nlU I BlsVKw to our CaniidUn CorreKpondence Depart-* B
^hj,���^w-      -*-*MM**-Ba-s*^^ ment in wtudaor, Unt.   it you desire to
bco ua peroonally cull at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat
no pntiante in our Windnor olTicea which are for Correspondence and
Ijaborcitu*ry for Cuiiadiiiu Iiiihiiichh only.    Addrens all letters as follows:
DR3. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Wii*4.or, Oat,
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I  titititititi'i^hxfor our doctor, and he .told me  YY#*?-   "would .have   to   lay   up   witn    tho  ���������?Y?v Yvound.   1 did so for three weeks.   At  ?.;*^fVke? end .of that time the ulcer healed  S/^v;i little, but I could only move about  ZZti/tiiti:)Jy'fusing' crutches.  ftiti-ti"'<'"/fhsi   so.e   \.u.aix   broke   out  badly,  ?cV^-?andthe tioccor told me that the only  ?:.-"   thing thp.t would cure it would be an  ..yyc'-.ti'uii'ij.,   aiiu  .���������n-WJ*?. .-'."-" ~'">" fl *""'.   /"'his. 1 knew was  jf^f^inossiblpe, as-1 had a family to at-  ' 1fe-*.Jen*i to-  ti'titititi "My son had cured a bad cut on  ?^ .his finger by using Zam-Buk, and he  --���������-'.advised me to give this balm a trial.  ti'tiJtii did so, and in less than a week's  ?.Y" time-it gave me wonderful relief. It  ?'Y stopped the pain, which had been so  '-���������ti. bad that many nights I did not get  >Y:a wink of sleep. In a very short time  ?? ? the wound was so much better that.  tizti, j had no more sleepless nights, aud  jYYwas also able to move about and do  ??Ynay work, i persevered with 2am-  ,jz~ Buk, with the result that the wound  -.- ?is now perfectly cured, and the limb  Y-  is as sound and strong as ever.    To  Demonstration  by. Comparison.  Before the us? of chloroform, had  become so general as it is in our day,  a quack advertised that he'?would  draw teeth ..painlessly. , A patient was  placed in .the chair, the instrument  applied to his tooth with a wrench,  followed by a groan from the unpleasantly surprised sufferer. ?r  'Stop!" said ths dentist. "Compose  yourself. I told you I would glyeVyou  no pain, but I only gave you that  twinge to show you Dr. Carter's operation." "' .???���������;.  Again tlie instrument was appHed  to the tooth, and another tug and  another roar..  "Now, don't b- impatient. That is  Dr. Logan's method," said the dentist.   - ���������  Another application, another tug,  another roar.  "Now, pray do be quiet. That is  Dr. Tate's way, I see very well that  ""ot* do n**-*- 'ik*** -i* <������-������>'i "t ������������*v������ not surprised."  By this time the tooth tumg by a  thread, and, whipping it out, the operator exulting!/ exclaimed: "That's  my mode of extracting teeth. You are  now able to compare it with the operations of Carter? Logan and Tate."  BANISH MiEES  aim umi  aiip  ���������A''/;"'  ?6ores I would say, 'try Zam-Buk.' "  Zam-Buk is just as good for piles,  khseesses, . boils, scalp sores, blood  .poison, festering wounds, cuts, burns,  Vscaids, bruises, eczema, eruptions and  ��������� ���������all other injuries and diseases. All  druggists and stores -50c box, or Zam-  Buk Co.,  Toronto,  for price.    Refuse  /harmful substitutes and imitations.  .-Have you tried Zam-Buk Soap? 25c  table*;.  Whu  .. ..j  In   the   Spring   Most   People   Need   a  Tonic Medicine.  One of the surest signs that the  blood is out of order is the pimples,  unsightly eruptions and eczema that  come frequently with the change from  winter to spring. These -..prove' that  the long Indoor life of winter has had  its affect upon the blood, and that a  tonic medicine is needed to put it  right. Indeed there are few people*  who do not need a tonic at this season. Bad blood does not raorelv show i  i itself  versing with Mr. S. A. B*dford, late,  superintendent of the Brandos. *^x-  perimental Farm, was told by' that }  gunUernau that lie had known of many  tarmers who had failed as wheat  growers, but he had never known of  one farmer to fail who honestly practiced mixed farming. - Mr. Bed-*  ford spoke the truth. Never  was there a sterner lesson given than  the western farmers have gotten thlB  vear. The*" staked their all ou oils'  crop���������wheat and other grain���������and that  crop though large was not a success.  The result, as we all know, has been  losses by bad harvest weather causing damp and wet grain, losses, caused  by the farmers Hooding the market"-  thrr.Tigh ma,king a mad r������sh to sell it.   e fwU'i we also see: notes overdue at the banks, storekeepers' accounts unsettled, machinery unpaid  for, wholesale and manufacturing  firms dunning for the money due them  by the Avestern farmers.  To use a trite saying, "our farmers  put all their eggs in one basket, the  basket fell,  the eggs were smashed,  and all that were left was ths frag-  mests to pay for a year's work.   How 1 SR  different would it have been had the }  farmers had the revenue from their  dairy  cattle  and   th-Mr  hogi  to   fall I  back upon    He would then have been j  able to pay his way, and be able- ta ;  bear the loss on one item of his In- 1  come, so long as others were profitable.     There  is  no room  for uiupufc- >  in? th"* fact that what  is known iv*  "mi-cpd farming" is good farming, safe  fannins and profitable farming.  That makes them neater, crisper, daintier, more appetizing:  The one biscuit good enough to take the place of your own baking,'  Fresh its the biscuits from your own Oven,  Think what that means!  Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on the porch  or in the parlor.    Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been neglected.  s-ook abroad and s������*i* now tne Tanners wbo pay a yearlv rent of from,  ss to Si--*" in acre make farmine pav.  Tt iQ t"-*1, hy con*>-*i!''*"T' t)-*<"*T.->������!clvfliH m  growing croDS of urn In.   That is their  B%  ��������� o������"5 t/%"������* \f   ir%  tuivw-.j      v-.j*~a>  ..?- Bees go out all day gathering honey  and work at night in the hive, building* their eombs as perfectly as if an  reiectric light shone there all the time.  bviiuuius.: ya.ui-.oi. sciatica, anu neurai- j horses; the growing nf roots and veg's-  gia;   poor appetite and a desire    to! tahl?s for market, all contribute    to  You   cannot   cure ' the British farmers' bank account and  mail   is  exertion.  these troubles by the use of purgative medicines���������you need a tonic, and  a tonic only, and among all medicines  there is none can equal Dr; Williams  *'Whv do taev nvafaT- *" wnrv in tha i Pink Pills for their tonic, life-givlns.  -dark?" is often asked.  ���������:'-.  Everyone   knows  that  honey   is  a  I  enable him to pay high rents to'his  landlord.    Here, in this northwestern  Canada, the land is fertile. ��������� The farmers have no rents to pay.    But when  ""n ������fo*i^r\nc come, a? come thev -will ! ,.  nerve-restoring powers.    Every    dose i *>>.> ct^o-i*. rmn nn w>������i^t. Vi,~h,'������mM" ��������� ������B  of    tais.    medicine makes  new, rich   whnllv depend, is a fa������ure. ai>H  t^e 1  PyV  liquid with no solid sugar in it. After , bilocd* ^hich drives    out    impurities, | majority of them are brought to the  ?^-'r.'>R4ndin-r    it    eradualiv    assunjes    a   f^ates every or^^ and brings a; brink of    ruin.    Diversified  f feohng of new health_and eaergy tolvvould remedy ail  this  allium men.  Are the creamiest, erispest crackers made.  rr.1       _     _      i- -i.     i ���������_.  a*l _  i_:. :,._  j_iifJ.v m������t* USll'*.**'! Ill  ��������� llw l^l^C wwlil'.ll  right at your very door.  Use MOOMEYsS  and   be   sure   of   a   biscuit  absolutely fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy the family,  la tempting packages or sealed tins  as you prefer.  9 "LET mOQHEY DO IT"  standing    It    gradually    assumes  *crystallme  appearance or granuiates  %nd 'ultimately becomes a solid mass,  xloney  lias  been, ejcperinisa-tally   ��������� ia-  '***5-    weak, tired. ailiusaieEL.  women (     N"ow   we  will  "" ~" ' "r " ""*   -"*"*  anG see w������at riijAeiS fariii-  ^L...^.. vu.  farming  ;ive a brief glance  ���������,^������������������^  i- ������������������-T ������������������^t.���������^  <5������������������i.������   c^r^a -������ I sive the medicine a tn^l and see how   ?^<������ >,��������������� a~��������������� c.��������� *^  closed m weii-corKea  nasKs, some ut : _..{_������.������������������������������. ^..,t -     A       iv vvTr ; ���������*"*> "���������������> ������������uc j.Oj.  m  which were kept in perfect darkness. I qmca> ll ^restore the appetite, re- f years ago, grain gr  ,'crs esposed to the  kept  '-while the others  /light:       ���������  The result was that the portion ex-  f-.-posed- to?the light sooh crystallized,  ' whil6 that kept in the dark remained  '-"?5nchanorad.    Kence we see whv  the  ees    are    so careful to obscure the  jglass-   windows which are placed in  their hives.  ?  The .  existence    of the young de-  ?pends on? the liquidity of the saccha-  i^#?^,rine;fOod? presented to them, and  if  "Y? ?)ight* were allowed access tb this it  '������[> /would, in' all 'Vohaoility, prove fatal  ?���������?;' vto the inmates of the hive.  Wmn toyr Eyes Mmi ������are  .*Try Murine Bye Remedy.. No SmartinE-���������Peels  irirje-���������ActB Quickly. Try it f'-r Rod, Wooit,  .Watery Eyes aiid Granulated Eyelids. Illustrated Book in each Package. Murine ia  noropoundod by our OcullHts- not. a "Pntnnt. >i'o<S-  lolno"���������bnt used In successful Plijrfllotu.riH' 1'i-ao-  .tlon lor raaany years. Now dodloauid to tho Pns>������  lie and Bold by Urauxlutu at *^6c and olio per Bottle.  Murine Myo Balvo in Anopt.lc Tuboj,.2fio and No.  Ms^vinA Bua Rennsdy GOs, ������ShlQago  hat province. Fifty  growing had rpsnTN  ed in impoverishing the land to such  an extent that in large districts it  would not grow anything to yield a  profit.. The dairy industry has worked wonders in improving these con-,  ditions. For instance, look at the  county of Oxford. The land is now  *v^ t ,.���������.. ������������������������ ������.  .. i fert?-le and will grow anything.   Good  Sw-Vv^^n^"^ y������U' bUt   large brick barns,    comfortable    and  a.w**j* ne friends. i large brick and 8tone .homes haVs re-  t vive   drooping    spirits,   and fill your  veins with new. health-giving blood.  Yon    can get these pills from any  medicine    dealer    ox by mail at  50  cents    a box or six boxes for $2.50,  rom The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  She-  w- can  l\'i~Wc*ii, that is one of ihe advan  tages of getting married.- -Life  ��������� I cured a horse of the Mange with  MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS.  Dalhousie.  I  cured  a horse,  badly torn by a  pitch     fork,    with   MINARD'S   LINIMENT. EDW.  LINLIEF.  tit. Peter's, C. B.  I cured a hor3e of a bad swelling  hy MINARD'S LINIMENT.  THOS. W. PAYNE.  Bathurst, N. li.  Moro ths-. 60 per cent, of the railroad cai,; built in the United States  this yvai* will be oi all steel construc-  i.Mi  )  <r  S dyed ALL 'hese  ^>DlrTERENT KINDS  _ of Goods  ��������� tuith the SAME Ouo.  I used  State of Ohio, City of Toledo       ..    mm  Lucas County. ���������    "*���������  Frank J. Cheney makciu oath that h������ ia  uenlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney  & Coy dolpg business In tho city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that  ealu firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN.  DRE3D DOLLARS for each and every  case of Catarr that cannot be cured by  the use ot Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK  J.   CHENE3Y.  Sworn to boforo m������ and subscribed' In  my presence, this flth day of December,  A.D. 1888.  (Seal.) A.  VT.   GLTSASON,  Notary Publlo.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally.  [ and   acts    directly    on    the    blood   and  : mucoua  surfaces  of  the  eystr-iri.      Send  i for testimonials fr������<\  ; F. J. CHENEY & CO.,    Toledo, O.  I     Sold by nil druKBlflts. 7Cc.  I    Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  placed the ramshackle, dilapidated log  buildings, and there is an air of "comfort and prosperity ojn every farm. At  Woodstock and Ingersoll, markets are  held every week at which, are to be  sfen cheese buyers from an parts of  the province, and even from-Britain.  The quality of the cheese is eaual to  any in the world and commands the  highest prices. In other narts of that  province the result has been equally  satisfactory.  The factory system prevails, mostly  in Ontario, but there are a great  mar-v private dairies which are verv  profitable, though th������ farms are small,  few of them exceeding .'on*-* hundred  acres. For example, the writer knows  Of farms of thnt pIjip where twenty  to tWAnty-five milk cows are. kept and  the milk is made into cheese and -but-.  t������r nnd sold in the local markets.  The dairies are operated on the most  ^mnvovert nrl-ncimes. a member of the  famllv thoroughly learninc the busl-  nesR In one of the many -nearby, ohee'se  faotorips. All these farms giye a  prooff prof'-, to their owppr1*. Ti)Pir  haidsome horejeK and the weii-riroqppfl  nnd conrl-looklng boph prta nanfliteri  Of tho hnpqe, as fb������*iv ***o to cliu������*'!h  nt\ Rnnr'n.vB In thnlr fionvii.aontnd.  i-vinvwlpq, honr un������vila������-TiVf>i>ir> tno'-'inibny  to-the 8ucopR<* of m'veri farming.  "Wnat In a counter-irritant?" asked  Mrs. SmltherB.  "A. counter-irritant," replied Smlth-  ers, "Is a woman who makes the  shopman pull down everything from  tho shelve*- for two hours, an then  buys a pennyworth of hairpins."  An Imperial Chicken Fancier.  It may be interesting to owners of  chicken farms to know that a genuine enthusiast in the pastime of  poultry-raising lived and flourished as  far back as the year 410 A. D. when  Alaric the Goth was busying himself  about the sack of Rome. The Rev.  Dr. George Hodges' "Saints and Heroes" is the authority for the story..  Only the Roman emperor seemed  unmoved by this tremendous calamity. He was in a safe retreat at Ravenna when the news came. It is remembered of Honorius." that there  were only two matters in which he  was ever known to show interest. One  was the safety of his own imperial  person, the other was the raising of  hens, in which he was very successful. His favorite hen was named  Rome.  "Your Majesty Rome has perished!"  thev came crying.  "Why," he said, "only an hour ago  she was feeding out of my hand!"  And when they told him it was the  capital of the world that had been  destroyed he was muchi relieved.  Ninety-nine.  Have yon ever noticed what frequent use is made of the number  niuety-nhie?  If you buy a leasehold house, you  will probably find that the tenure of  the property lasts for a period, of  ninety-nine years Should the' doctor  come to examine your lungs, he will  most likely tell you to aay ninety-  nine, and to repeat it several times,  while he listens th������.-i^Sh *a stethoscope to the passage of air through  your breathing apparatus.  Sometimes the number is pronounced "ninety-and-nine," which  makes it appear more full-sounding  and emphatic. In this form, it is very  prominent in a famous reviva*. uymn  which was popular some years ago,  and which is founded, on' the parabie  of the hundred sheep, one of which  wandered away and got lost, while  the "ninety-and-nine" remained safe  in the fold. This parable also shows  that in ancient times the number had  a recognized place, in the every-day  language.  OLEAN and SIMPLE to Um.  NO chsnec^f us'n*M**������ WRONG Dya forri** GfUMtel  onu hnaio color.   All color* ffO���������> your DruggU* OS[  **��������� "������r.   FIlUK Color Card una S*������ORV aaokUtlti ���������  Jotm-.on-Ricusrdfoa Com 'imUai, Mo������tic<T  K ona linn  'i De.l.r.  | Th������ Jo  fisve the differ-  rttee lwiw.-������ii die  cost of a -rood  lior������e anil tl 1X1 ���������tlie  coil of u, l.il tie of  V *���������.<! ������n "bSv" ���������������*������'��������� or**-.  You can one s, i������i,������vin, ripiiui,  "fUtiffhorif, Pony r.rnwlh or Lameness,,  with It, hi.'" ilioii-uBfU have done. Head  these letters -��������� they will pto*e that  Kendall's Is  WI*.* Am a ChIa   Tla>1l<sl-,yA sTnra>  fiuwl, Out., Pm. l������lh. IH9.  n.wu sunil m������ y..ar Ti.,*iim uii U." ll'.rM.   I  Ta*v l.*������n ������������i,nf y.nit ������p������������li, r*~��������� r-������ nmntwr  <if y**n wlih t<uut nu- .������. iMMlnst oiiilm 'li������i  lint* r\,r������,l ������ Nps-Hn ,.,, ��������� ������������liu>r.U  hit������������    ������l*u    UUI������I  iMiriM I������*H|  Drul.M.    ���������w������HH,ir>.    ������������.  .>uni|. ctiutun twi^t4*  *���������*.���������*. Hit-���������������������.'*<'"t"tl. Aim. .wiii*,, jMlrian>.l*i*>  ks*������ oi������i,|,l.������"lr rurril l*,������l lu.l In i������r m.u '������������������  ���������������tll������. Mul XMInU ami Niwoiiui <m M������,������������J>. I *"4  ll^l ll rv.r.������ --l^.r.u.7 l������ ID faJUllulir ������H>lt'.l.''  lio need to worry ������l������o������it your liorae If  you have a U*me of ������#������dair������ Hpavm  Cur������ on lue.il for en������������tgc������cy. <*** *  Irolllo trom your arugiiut ���������' o������c������. l>t/u'i  take   a   auhsiltule.     Trh������ , ���������������"���������"*, l������o''k.  ffiats, ������r write to  Dr.e.Jf.%:  yf, N. U. ������08.  The Decay of Manner*.  We ai-'j ll/lrig in a time in which it  ���������.{���������.iiiiot b������< s.tii ''.i manners nrti maintaining themselves. A groat many  people say this is not. to bo deplored  an there is no tlmo for obsolete formalities and courtuHloa which were all  right in a more lclsuro ago, but which  do not go with tho motor, the telephone and tho typewriter.  I question  whether 1 am likely lo,  snvi*    miH'li    tlmo hy  walking along  without  any   regard   for  tho   reelings  of other people. If everybody bohnvod  nn he liked the stroot, would soon bo  blocked.     However,   the   I'uul   irutiou  why    our    manners    aro decaying la  Unit pcoplo don't want to be bothered.  I     Why should thoy rnlso their hats, or  | write  a  lelU'T  alter  u  vlHlt,  or givo  I up a Heat to a liuly?    Quito so. Why  i noi  no ii Htt'ii furttwr?    Why not blto  j your   bi'iuiil   at   illiinor,   or   put   your  j Uiill'c*  lu  your  mouth'.'    Oh,. you  i*ay,  ; you draw tlio line thero. It hurt** tlio  ] fii'Iliigii ut other pcopl'>   Exactly,  I     TlifiH* old form!*- m\u ruh'H are use-  nil   to   remind   uh  ot  our  ohligul.ioiiH  to otlioni; thoy hidp to Itoop alive, for  t-x*tio|rl*T. tin- robpt'Ci, for womanhood  which HiT'iiiH to be wiiiiIpm among us.  To think of the fooling*1 or tho por-  i<oii with whom you arc  that In the  .:���������������..������...  ..: ;���������..;���������.!   polltrnr:sin.     You   re-  ru'-riiliir tlio ntory or tho young oflloor  who illiifil for tin- tirnt tlim* hi. iijcmh,  mid iiikiPK "ut* I*,  nngoi* bowl, drank  from   If.  Tim    coIoupI Imm'-dlat-ftly look up  lilt,   MiKf  Drives Asthma Like Magic. Tho  immediate help from Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy seems like  magic. Neveitholess it is only a natural remedy used in a natural way.  Tho smoke or vapor, reaching the  most remote pannage of the affected  tubes, brushoB aside tho trouble nnd  opens,a way for frosh air to enter.  It Is Hold by dealers throughout tho  land.  A Costly Gamble.  Mr. Marshall Hall, the well-known  K. C. tells the following story of a  County Court action in which he took  part: "I remember many years ago  being taken down to a Cohnty Court.  I looked at the brief and. found that  tho whole amount to be sued for wa&  $30, while my own fee was more than  five times that sum. and I could not  make the matter out. Tt was an action for trespass ��������� selling a horse in  execution, and': the sort of horse it  was can he imagined���������and in the ^nd  T won. The eas-* took the whole day.  T*hen when it was all" over T hoard  that there was a bet of $2,500 depending on the remilt of the case.., The  nartlen wero all hor������ey people, and  thoy know they wo*itd get a f������������r run  for thoir money, Thev used me tor  tho purpose of a gamble.  Never starch 'linen that is to bo  stored for a long time; it is apt to  crack, and If loft for many years will  rot. Rlnso tho articles qulto free  from Htarch, dry, and fold away, If  possible, In blue paper. The blue  paper keeps them from turning yol-  low.  Llttlo broth or Loo, whllo looking  out of tho window, saw Ronio birds  moving about in tho rain storm and  romarkod: "Tho poor Uttlo birds,  thoy must stay out In tho rain." His  older nlntor explained tho birds Uko  to bo out In tho rain, to ho bathed  and washed clean.. Ho then answor-  od: "Woll, thoy ain't llko mo. then."  Whon my daughter Doris was thrao  years old sho wuo standing by tho  ���������I'iiii'Mv ono gloomy day li.Muuiiig I.j  the (llfunt thunder. After aiiki.i^  mi; Hovei-al Mines .what il. wan, I H.xiil *.  "Why, that, Is thunder," Whllo sho  was pondering: what thunder might  he, It bo'rnn to mIn trront big drops.  "O, mamma," said Doris, "hop the  poor thunder  Is crying."  The Twin Cities*  Tho tourist wttfe for tho --Ivst lime  viewing the Panama city of Colon  und the American city of Ciistohwl  witting Hhlo by Hide al thu Atlfiitic oi������d  of :ho oarin.1,  "What is it thoy call tho American  oily*'" he m-'ecd.  "CrlBto'lml"  "That in too bad," ho said "It should  bo Colon and-Semicolon."  A trhln which runs every day in  the year between Toulon and Paris is  knows as the "rapid������ des fleurs"���������the  cut-flower express. > This train carries nothing but cut flowers, in baskets and pasteboard boxes, for the  Paris market. The violets of Hyeres,  the roses'and carnations of Antibes  and the Roman hyacinths of Alhoules  and Carquleronnes are on the flower  stands of Paris in? 18 hours from the  time they are groyning on the shores  of the Mediterranean A good many  aro shipped also to the cities of Germany and Belg'ura and ovon as far  aa Vienna and St. Petersburg The  paokages are handled hy a special  train crew that sorts them but like  mall matter. Tho speed at which  this "cut-flower express" runs is  greater than that of any other tvnin  In Europe and it lo almost Invariably  on time  Life on the Planets.  The possible existence of life on  tho planets is discussed in the "Jour-  n*ft of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada" by Professor R. G.  Aitken of the Lick Observatory, who  summarizec the latest conclusions of  astronomers upon this question. Professor Aitken considers that the existence of a high form of life on tha  moon, Jupiter; Saturn, Merciiry, Ura-  nas or Neptune is extremely improbable.' Although -Venus -greatly resembles the earth, it is generally believed  by astronomers tna-z tns any ana tho  xraav   r\f   +l,.x   rtlon,af-    prj,   f\t   om,ol    j"Jti������-*-,.  tlon. In that case no life. can exist  upon'it. Concerning Mars! Professor  Aitken says that "astronomers are not  agreed as to whether the much-discussed markings are canals or merely  earthquake cracks. There are no  permanent bodies of water on the  olanet.. The best that can be said Is  that although the temperature on  Mars is very low," therft may be on the  planet, to a limited extent, the conditions essential to life: probably only  yggetable and low-order animal life  but no beings of intelligence."  Lady Irene (aged four)���������Mamma,  why do people havo noses?  The Duchess���������Common pooplo, my  dear, have noses that they may sneeze  and smell, b'jt. hlglvborn people llko  us have nonos that they may express  thoir .-contempt for common people." *  MaMMHM^aVIH     '���������'    ���������SUMSMSStMIISIStM  The bootjack and tho cat thoy met;  She dodged and yolled with glee.  Young man,, you'll need that bookjaok  yet,  "Then you'll romombor mo."  An Unquenchable Fire. ,  A Yonkers, N. Y., physician h*td a  negro cook who was a chronic corn-  plainer. One day she came in iji'oan-  ing with a misery in her side and the  doctor offered to prescribe for her.  He went to the dining room, poured  out a spoonful of game sauce, stirred  In some English mustard and sprinkling a little salt and pepper in,  handed the dose to the. sufferer, telling her to -take It down at one swallow.  It was two weeks, or more before  Mary turned up with a new pain, This  time it was In her other side. Her employer offered to mix her another doso  of his medicine,  "No, suli," said Mary firmly. "I'm  much obliged to you, doctor; butTbo  done got my mind made up never agin  to drlnlc nothing what Water won't  miuoiich.  Kidder���������That fellow malcoB a living  writing light fiction.  Klddeo���������Ho doesn't look llko a lit'  orary ohap.  Kidder���������-Ho'b riot. Ho makes out  statements for tho electric light company.  "I think alio will mako a fine wlfo.  I havo boon calling on her for several  month-! now, and nearly rtlwiiy** ilnil  hor darning one of her father's Hnekn."  That, eiiimht mo, too, until 1 found  out. that It. was tho Hiinio nock."--  ICnnrui'i City .Tournnl..  bowl Hint am tue iiitiiii*,  .      .   .     . ,,   ,     . ... I  ������  ���������.    #...<H,���������,.. ., .������  uyi  Lawyer (to wltnens)���������Now, then,  Mr. Murphy, givo us your last residence.  Murphy'���������Faith, sor, I tlunno; but  It'll bo the clmltery, O'lm thlnkln',  Ashmoro���������Did your bulldog get a  prize at the dog show?  Ashloy--Yes, ho got a thousand-  dollar-prlzo pooCle.  Protcfle or a Countess.  Liverpool.���������The CouiiLchh of War-  Warwick Is bearing tho expense ot  the muflle'ftl edneiitiop of a ��������� VorUmhlro  mill lad named Buckle, whonti violin  i>la.viilH   ���������ili.m-i.Ujd   lui  Lei-dn concert,.  oiltui   .rxii'iHiCliei'-  TI...     ,.,v... ,1   ,.1  I  YY Otitic I     11  ...1, /i.^     V...  lllll'll'  oxntnple.     No   wine   man   will   nxult  over  the  deeay  of  rultm  and   forms  *t.li'h   IiaIp   to   iTiwko   people   klndir,  ������ more thoughtful of oth.eru  hlH will*/   l iiHod to ������tng to him.  Lawyer Yen, he ovldetitly 'retnein-  bored  you���������at leaat, your name ion't  mentioned in tho document.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND UHILD.  "Maa.V/lHiVpWll Rootikmo UvtHUlk li������M \**n  ������sed for AV������>r ������!X*rV VHAUHhv MtYt.lONM ol  MUlimuw   tor.  llieir     .rtl UUKUM,   WllUUI  V )0,^,*F ****    ������***'���������    ���������''"'������>���������    1 ������       n't***"*,   ft* ������������������������*     .**������.    f*4)������tt4  ALLAYSali MIN'."C uVti'tU WI N titiOhuZ ana  is tha beat r*wt*dr lor UlAUHliat/i. It is *o-  ���������oiutcty harntlstis.   U������ aurt and m** for "Mr*  l,'*-,-.���������.-    ^.M^,l-t������lMW,    11^^...,  ������,    M,������.t    ,���������,.^    mm.    ������.^������-.  liJ*i"'T***������������*jr*llvf1writsaWttl^ -~\'~~  8orf's    Flee  Before  It.���������Thero aro  luuuy wlio havo been afflicted with  Horos and havo driven thorn away  with Dr, Thomas' Idoleotrlo Oil, which  net������ llko magic. All ritmllorly troubled Hhoulil lose bo tlmo is applyhv'  ln?t its pover h'in no w������v ovc. sk>i  this splendid .remedy, an thero Is  luiUilng like it to ho had.. It Is cheap,  but Ub power is 1*������ no way oxprouaed  by IIb'J.ow price. .  # Quite Sufficient.  A boy, twelve yearn old, with an  air of melancholy rofllt'itntlim, went  to hlR teaohor and handed In tho following . noto from his motllttr before  talcing his aeat:  "Dc.-.r fllr: rieane exeune .Tamett  for pot being prepont yesterday. He  played truant, hut you needn't whip  him for It, as tho boy ho played tru-  r.iit with and hlr;i fell out ar,.*. he  Molted .Tamoii, and a man they threw  Hlour*H at naught him, and licked him.  nnd the driver of a cart they hung on  llelcod him; nnd a owner nf it eat they  ehaaed Uokert him.. Then I licked him  wfien  in1 i'iuiio  luipie,  aim   iuh  ihUhh  11,?. ,.1    1,1..,      ���������^,,    Y    1. .v   ,    *n    .������������,,<.    *>*-������.    n������������.  oiher for being .lmt*udent to mo for  'nlllng hln father. Oo you need not  llek Mm until nent time. Ho thinks  he will attend regular la ���������euttire/'  About Sealing Wax.  Sealing wax i������ *tho prouent form  was ilrnt noted in Lanrlfin in tho middle of the-sixteenth pontury. A sort  of earth was used by tho ancient  Egyptians ln'twallng paporn and doou-  moiits. Tlio iiigyptlaiiH placed uucli  earth on tho horna of oattlo and upon  It wae stamped the seal of the prlQut.  Thus wero Identified tho ouLLlo Lu bo  mind In tho sacrlflooB.  The Diving Dell.  Tho diving boll was not invented  heforo tho . ulxtoonth century. Two  ���������rsreekn'ln that country ci'>3A) rave an  exhibition boforo Charles V��������� doseond-  lng into water of considerable depth  In an Inverted largo kottle. Thoy  took down with them burning llghto.  Tho men returned to the ohrlh'level  without hcins v.-ct. Tha light waa  atlll burning.  mmntmmaa:   aaauma.   BaaaaB    jm,   mm  RUBOKH  r  mZfmm^Mji������  Tread sof (ly -  ���������w*a..:*.:.~r...r--������'  Igr*m.tr.v m\m������., a������.M������a������wafr-������ira, m-.rmm ������-������,-< i  Eaipo-Jy Ihe pafftntAd f-saturoa  of Ctkik Paw Ho<als.     ..A I  iwwMisna  ,-i^.i^i.^.u.t,������.,tirtiiMm^,������  WIMiH,  Mm  ���������fe'itSiSSffiiiai  iiittiiisiiiiiiiiilisaii  mmmWa  vwmm i-ijr*.  It  7 ���������';���������?;;.  -..:   t^A.T-a./'l'U; ���������������---..-.   -  (.'>;,lir iikW<';^ ���������/.  . '���������.',���������������������������*������������������'?;������������������ ���������'���������'���������'VY.  - ���������   il    '*.-;   .     *V'**.'   . ������������������'���������'���������       :* -   \ , ���������     ��������� ���������,..;' . ''-V    ������������������ ','.���������������������������*.'������������������'��������� i".* ���������*" ���������--..-.���������   ' '���������.���������^���������������������������j ���������.-/'''i-.-.v'?- .��������� -.-jv\ ���������:<.'������������������ ^^.^..-.'/.-^fk-aA'^i^vatoSSinSSj  ;.,?::, r'.-v?:.-;���������';'���������..;;.;��������� ..Vv-.r.-.'-.:...;';-,:*.-.-;:'-' ��������� 'V^-J^X-.;.^^^  ;V'"���������'���������; YYY^iYfl'Y1'^  ,->*::.'^:.^;W;  r-i'-,.rfr:'i:;  :i'fn!*s-'*ss������^!i>-i^*a8ss*a  ^SSSSffl  SEPARATE AGREEMENT.  ;At::������ana*3ikn?SCIuE  ':i?"-?Y-jSjS$^&^  ^���������i-Y^Y?:^  T%s??;lJ:rii4^  %?;??:-Y^  ,?;.Lo^^'?T-William?^  bf tlie Independent: !Natitmali#s,?1a- a  *������ '     1.J-' -, .  :     '���������_"���������        ��������� 1 .-������_'  Y    "  *-*-������i    '"-..' ".* ','���������,*.���������-     '��������������� .������������������������������������'*. :LI"ii"ri.J.*il!-:*i:'   i1\A  country;  ?;.?';Lo-ri(l6h.Y^At;?a;?C  : :rier??S ir?: 53?;? S VFKose ;?;��������� pT ^siding^:| the'  \ '[jj6ratiMk^ti[;SXili[ Sheriff sY Hanson? ^.nd  ?Briggs were the chief guests^-   Amoiig;  others    present 'were Hon? i Richard  YMcBrlde, Sir FredGrick? Borden? ;Hon.  ���������; CollriYCampbell? '; JohnYHeridry,'; ;Sir?:s;  Graham, DonaldMcMastei', Hon.,JYIL  Turner; the Bishop of Saskattihevvah,  ..UUJVJ  hot ��������� befitting- ���������to?.enterylrite.?h,ei"e..''-?  YProceedingY tb;?;dte^  question,? ^Premier ? McBridbsaid ���������?���������:??��������� ������������������  "I assure yOu?intehse interest  ing taken in ?thiS? question!? ;We*have:  assurance fr6m?YPremier? Bprd.en that-  ^ihe'v, goverrimeri������;?prbpbses; tpi: take up  this question a*i Honceand dealY\*/ith  it; elf Oct ively Y YWezin^ British Colum-  ;:rlntf: :-Hf?"'��������� bll  - *t*c*jr    A****  :*+im.  Klu  ��������� *>.\������lii 1 *��������������� /I >������ .1        ,ln.>ir  x viuiuucy,   uaj1.  Y Burlahd? General lElliptt, Captalh and  Z Lieut. Hanson arid ?8ir:T. Skinrier? Y  ���������;; Colonel    Burlaiid?, responding ;to  a  toast to :the;imperial forces: eulogized  the ���������work? do  ?fleri for?the miiitia?/ That body; was  ^inwilling to be classed as imperial re-?  serves, but������������������: wished to bo counted"-"'In-  the;.firing line from the first he re-  -'.-;'m'*������vV'ed..������������������;������������������;";?,: ???.?.?;;,v ti^-'i'Z-.:,,r-yz-.-'.-y.-  : Premier? McBride, responding to a  toast to.the pomihion, referred to the  wonderful? Success? that?the Duke ?of?  Connaught? ��������� wasYacbievihg in ; (panada  arid the gratification that his Royal  Highness intended to make a western  ,::; Journey was creating; ? He suggested  : that the LiOrd; Mayor sho'nld:pay;��������������������������� Can?  [��������� ada a state visit :6n lines of ^hiscbri-  pitiriental visits;    The loyalty and pat-  Y; ribtisrn ? of   Canada.';' h'ad ?never ?been  Y^nsstiohed, continued the- speaker, but  lately it has been intensified, by politi-  (;Ycal^exigencies which perhaps it would  ?Y*  wb^^CFveniier  as he will dp- shortly, a?strorig policy  making ?forr an :active?and   efficient  Canadian nayy^he will have ?the entire   Dominion ^behind;?hiin.; ?bhe?-if3  very much encouraged .to belieye.th  there -will be results -and; quickly, too?  >yhen  one?lias watched? the: carneist;  splendid    fa.shion?lh which  the first  Lord    of    the Y Admiralty?- ?Wihstdn  Churcliill,Yhas?discharged the duties  of .his? office. ?;Withdut? meaning, any  refiection to his predecessors??! think  ,1.':vittay';��������� safely ; say that,- Mi*ti\ Churchili  has made a name for hiniselfYani*lUf  iri the  armals of ��������� his department  want? to emphasize ?th^  mination of' the Canadian? piepple?so  ;far as?I can":gauge1 it?tb (ieal with;this:  question quickly arid ?we may expect  good-results from the fact that at the  head pf the admiralty there is?such?a  strong    personalityYas   Mi*.  Winston  ;Churohiii.-;vv.'Y'..vY;.;?'.'..;,.- y?o.      .;  has; ,?rio't:-?;niaterial^Y?^P?  corisnltatidii? ^^;?a?:nitio^al  compromise on the ;Hi>me; Ruteyqries-/  tiori?; -?:Y':'?YY':-"?-? ti::??:���������'���������::;'.;:?YYg;r?K?���������??;??  Pointing'but wh^t'ife  dicatibn in?thisvdirectiori?M^  says that ;wriueri^  isterial   side^ iibw .laughs'Yat?;t?lst.er's  discontent, no ?Ulster?ie^er?,haisY'y,et  pledged him self; to resist? ariyJ^ttle-.  ment    arrived; ? at? ? withY^  understanding that it has the?apprbyal  of, England.  :---'   ;���������[ti.tirii'tiMtizz<?J;~z::������-���������������  The ;public?is; taking vsiriaiipriter^si  ;;iri..;the:-.Home?Rule��������� debateY^'S?;"?'??' .";  '���������;- Considerable ,curiosity Ytos/beeri  aroused in the eours������?;bf .the.: debate  durixig the second 'ieau5ng/;;Of > tlie  question -put to the opposition - lays JVIr.  Winston Churchill, ?Sid?Edwar^-;Grey  arid other ministers,Yak' tbYwhether  they would agree -?tb."-'-ths; Rbnie Rule  .bill if O'l ste r would be excluded.'lrhis  has been interpreted in?--'sbrrie^-^qu'iar-  ters to mean that the-government is  ment; is inclined to corisiderY^ii;?ar-  rarigement dealing with -Ulsters ?^ep-  inclined to consider an afrarigement  dealing; with Ulster separately;1'-tititiyZ-:  there  decline riow?ls likely) to ;he Jbliowea  ���������by?: advances :;later??YThe;::/statistical  situation :r-';.isr?'?still.:;Y:WrMngYm  against; bullisli?libpek..^  favoring the bull  side is a? decreaise  in  the   United -States?visible\ supply  reek  or?S,31?,000';bu.,-,:;!agaiinst ..,&;; decre;  has ^een.:?rib?deveippmen.t   of   of;. 1,712,000  bu.? a year ; ago; - This  !-^,r=-;:fr>  *hG!: JTraili'Ysituatioii:  Te^,*-cs  the   aggregatevUnirprl;���������'-States  Weekly    Griain ??l^ by  Thompson, .'Sb.fi.iSJ;v;i&?'Co^^Gr'airivMer-  chan^a, Wirinio^g?;  , , - i5SVS01K������������r  : ;'ins4S'^^S?^������a(>|i  ;letter,te,;riie-Tim^s?^ After the passing? of another ;week  oi?S,31?,000' ;liu.,-?!agaiinst .^decrease  but a contiriuatipn ;of much the same  conditions ^iiidhYJa^ye .obtained i for  the past few?^eeks??;Weather conditions as effecting the?grbwth and development of? the?Uniti3d ^States win--  ter wheat crop? aridYtlie planting: bt,  the spring.;wheat--crop iii North Dakota and Western j Canada, are for  the time heirigthe things, which the  grain trade are , watchinS, ;with, we  think, keener? interest ;thari;' usual,  aud which : influence -the world's  wheat markets?alriiost more, than any  other factor.    No one interested ? in  Lesson    Vis'.  ;i'SY.r^,;Se.cond.;,;.Quarteiv^^^.g';SS^%  ��������� ' ��������� Y'.'-^r'.���������^.���������. .-:,. -'���������������������������'��������������������������� ���������.-:?-!���������';.--';>--.'r'.-.:?"���������'.���������-���������-���������:. ir^.:���������-?.rSXtt-.zv.-ar,  THE  . ...saaasa  ;:l NTE RpJ/iTI ON A-LY? ?*3ER;i.E^li|p  ... :-;Yr-''-.a -���������".--.' ..'������������������ "���������.'���������-i^.;.. -/K"i,oiYY-������SS%i'jij  visible at 433.842;000Ybu..? against  ���������abbut-;Y-.'36't006,6u'P:.::Y  Worlii's shipments?v*ei*e-.'larger;; last  Week as" compared ' with last year, luv  ?lDg 11,760.000 bit?: against??liy08S;()00:  bu. last -year..? The delayed Argentine: shipments bulked'iipMargeiy I  week; causing tlie' ;lai*ger;;;aggregate;,  arid the same  week again.:  passage is noT  51,928,000 bu. a year asb. ; The Canadian visible supply increased .last  week  316;00P bu.  agaiiist  d decrease  11 in'i'i iuifillii" ,11      II     "       I    " |'"������-|"|;.  Text' -of- 'the.-v;Le'feson,';:!V!e-;ttY::v:'-":17'.2SK*"5������??  ,? IVJc.mbry.^eir^e^7;;^^o^on;j^^i^^^  ��������� Rom?-;xlii?'8,?;R^^^P:^.^3rit^  :eri? cial sbri's;e-.'i;the;?gbs^ei;j;^  a^t 1 and'-tiie' ?fcey-?-wQrd;'?of--:;.t^  ite,, i-ightebusness.'. absoIUteiy;!-i)erfefcfc;^a^l!fS  SIK   GOOD   JOSS   TO  BE  FiLLED.  Trade Commissionersriips for Canada  !?! = ~==: f\r~_~T~  : uGttawa.���������S. A.; L>. aertrana,V Canadian trade :corainissiorier in Bra>-.il,:  ;has; been granted Yin; Order U,-cburicir  leave of ;abserice foi*. six months, aiid"  at the expiration of that time ric will:  retire? from the Service.' Yrhe^/retir-  ihg. commissioner was?appoirited? in  1911 and came frorii Winnipeg. This  ribw.leaves six commissionersbips to  be filledi; The vacancies are "Brazil.  Cuba? China, Germany, Holland arid  France.? The appointments ..to?;these  positions will be airiiiburiced' slibvtly?  ���������.cuk for Anti-rOrcigh VVc������r..  ���������YYParis.~-rUnrest aniong the.natives of  :���������' Saorooco is causing  grave ��������� appreuen-;  Blon at the war office.  ?? "���������'.'."���������*;-  ; It wa.s officially ajirioiiriced that 5,-  flOO troops have been ordered to start  Imiriediately toreiriforco? the French"'  forces now in that country, arid the;  -government has planned:to send other  fiti detachments should it become riece^;  ;-?sary?-:; ';?"'Y  'tititi'ti: ti"-ti;-Z.. '?^:--Y .���������'������������������-:..;���������-?-:  ;Y The : unrest; that culminated iri ;the  ? Fez massacre is thoughZto be?spread-  spreadlng  thrbughout the  country.  :     Fears are entertained' that a general ? anti-foreign  . uprising is being  . planiied.  '.-.;.??''..  [ti'titititi���������'['..   New Field for Trade.    :  Ottawa���������-The   pbssibilities   bf    developing a market for Canadian fur-  ; niture:;In^^ Argentine is suggested by  ; a report; received at the department  of trade and commerce from the Canadian commissioner in that cbuntry.  Practically all of the furnitrure used  i-In Argeritine is imported.. Last year  over a million dollars worth was imported from the united States. Only  SJ700 worth was bought from CSsTffia.  Get 170,000 Americans This Year.  Ottawa, Ont���������That Canada . tills  season will draw -/from' the yarioiis  states across the border lpO.OOO immigrants, is the estimate "of-'W.-'-.T.  White, inspector of United States  agencies for the Dominion, who is in  Ottawa. The estimate given by Mr.  White is a considerable figure ia-  creas-s over the figures last season,  when 133,000 ciossed the line to Canada. ������������������,.-.'���������.".  Lord; from which .we'.'i.earA..,that:?&^^  fuiiock - breaks' a?e'omriiand?'^?;iriucirfiI|^^  ���������-.as'-'-van.:... act,--.- ahdYfrom' Jas?;ii;Y'lPf'?'^Yt^^*i  'ie&Tii tlist - "whosoever ohoii,; ic^"'";?i!i*L^;^Y''"u^SK  'whole law'aM yet oft'end 'iri;btie^c>iiri:f||;||^  .is; guilty' of all-'- Y it mnist b[e'%aii;tifflj0������Mii^  ward, righteousness of; the';.hea^isriatf-S;pl|%  like ; that of the P^arisees/;'bf?'wEbmS?^fp&!  '���������6ur: ,ljprd;:;said^that?^ ;aithongh;:they';ap-?i^^  :. peared ?;rightepiis,;,; outwardly?:^;^^^- ip^^  they   were xwithiri' ?full;-;:bf ������������������^.-hypbcBs%-^rr*#4|  arid iniquity,? oritwardly'?w^  chres,:inwardly?a^?:uncleaririess;XMa-^?;-?^^  ^Kxiii,:^2a:28). ;lii^bn^;;lessoii;:-'He :;says;^n:;i;|;|^|  rib case caii'such:righEeousne8s:erit^ES??|^%|  the;.kingdom;.(yersev'^O),. -arid;?iir?;;is^';;?|;jgf||!  ixiV/:6, we '-.'-are. told that :all 'ourVrigh^liliJlpl.,  .eOusnesses;-are?as.:/jBithy-:j^gs?,?:?Gb^  cernirig; th     ' '  we,are told  r-rip    not  - brought;: face to' face Y with.-: ? th'b'?la^Y?v;-;K������^  , staridwds?:';G^:    ha^s ,but orie, called "the-righi^risriespiiY^JS*  of'.'God"; tRom, ;iii, ;5,. 22? :tix.ti^tiiiticMtititim0  v, 2i>. ��������� .;in;' verse '-i7..-of :'oufc;3efesbri!;Biei??;ftllili  '.said; that He eariie ?tb;;:fuifiil^the^iiwvS^S������  :-His.. righteousness;:: He. ?/c6rild-'i/*fira|g-������r^l^  ���������Tull'y 'v*Eay*''' --"I-^fib- h'WS.'vs- .tiib'o^r-'f^"H^W������~'-':Y-'Y?fi??  ���������tlmt:please-the^ath^r,Y^^-thS;^^  .testified' concerniriig;Hi-m:;;''Thiays-:|^;^  : beloved '���������'������������������" 'SbriY?;iri;?^bni--;''lSairi^  .pleased", ..(John viii^ 29 fcM&tf&tijg*i!f-iM'ti^Bl  xvil, 6 )'.���������:.��������� rie: was the Lamb.-withbut*?'?^-^  Flemish and withoiit sp^?;YH^.';.kii^-?i||pi  *3oc//.oetW   wwti'tiM&Zj rt/?ofcy, /w?  U. 8. Issues 3-Cent "Coins.  Washington���������-The government bar.  Issued orders to the United    Slatus  mint    to  issue  cent  and three-cent  coins.  Embargo on Fodder and Cattle.  Ottawa.--An   prder-ln-cbuncll   lmi  been    passed    prohibiting for thren  months the importation isto Canada  of any hay, straw, fodder or food  , etuffs accompanying horses fiom  continental Europe. The im"portatlo������  Into Canada of cattle from Groat  Britain, Ireland and tho Channel'��������� Islands, on stoan ars carrying hors'H  from the continont is also prohlbita-'l  Fear of glandora has led to Ihtiso or-  doiH.  Connaught May Open Building.  IMmonton.���������It in possible that the  Obvbrnor-Gonoral will formally open  Ihe now parliament bulldlngn. Tho  question huu buoii dlbuuunud by Muyo<  Arm������trong and a oommltteo at tho  city hall with tho roBiilt that. Hln  Worohip will confer with Pr������mler Slf-  ton and seek hla vIowb on the matter. .  Nesbltt to Tako Habean Corpus Route  Toronto, Ont.���������Dr. W. Boattlo Npb-  lritt, throuRh his ChloaBO counsel, W,  ,K. PattlBou, will probably make application for rolcaoo under a writ of  habeas corpus before Judge Carpenter of tho United States federal court  nt Chicago.  Brides Arrive for Western Husbands.  Montreal.���������Twonty-nvo   brldos-elect  bound   for   WouLorn Canada to Join  groom������-oleot, trooped off the C. P. II.  ������*������������������������.������,���������. n ,nVn  Ohnmnlntn  *nrh������*.n   Ir  nr.  rivoa noro rooontiy, a majority ot  them are flcotoh girls, th������ remainder  bolng Engllah. Moat of thorn belong  to tho agrloultural class. Tbellr  -Aanoees, It was Warned, havo. none of  iit^m hAAn ���������tri.vrw thnin two v^ara In  the West, but havo prospered to such  an eaten*; mat ������ o**.o������t-;������or ** ������������j������mii������u-  turc Is now by no moans the limit  of Ui������lr Incomea.  ITlOTOl FM1ME  DID NOT RECEIVE SUPPORT THAT  .;.'.'..?-;-?vyAS:.REQUIRED.;. Y  Manitoba   Elevator   Comml^slen Will  Go Out of Business at the  End of  the    Seasorii-Want to   Sell  to the  Grain ,Growers'  Association. _  Winnipeg.���������D.   W. McCuaig,  ohair-  man of the Manitoba Government Elevator Commission, stated .that he had  received orders to close up the business of the commission by the close  of the present year, August 31.    He  said he had been with the commlssioh  since   it  Btarted,   and   found   that  it  did     not    receive   sufficient  support  from: the people.    This was presumably  the  reason for the commission  going out of'business.    Mr. McCudlg  stated that from' September 1 to January jll,   last, year,  the  government  elevators had** only handled forty per  cent, of the grain, according to the  statement of tho railways.  "This losing game," said the chairman of the commission, "where there  Is an Insufficient support from the  people, and where there are eertain  operating expenses which cannot be  overcome, and which would scarcely  *ip covered by the .amount of businoBB  handled, Ib beyond doubt the reason  for the movo. Wo can't get. the grain  to handle lo make It a paying bual-  noBB,"  Mr, MeCiing was not nwni'o of tho  plana of the government tor the future, but said thnt the elevators would  all bo empty by August 31, and tho  plants will bo ready for either sale  Or loaso to private individual oi* eom-  panloss. Therjp are a total of 172 ele-  vatorR in tho syBtom, with a total capacity of about. 4,800,000 butthelH  roughly Bpoaktng. Tho chivjrman waa  of tho firm opinion that it was not  because tho business methods ot the  commission wero unsound that tho  failure was recorded, but rather tho  entire trouble lay In tlio nou-Mi������iu������orl.  of the grain produoon* generally.  The oollapso ot tho govornmont's  olovator business was a Biibient of discussion  at tfio grain  oxehamato.    It  J(5       Inni-nn* ��������� r>p    v������ry    trond    niltllOfltV  that, the provlnolol ***overnm������|int has  made a proposal to. the Qraln Orowers'  assoolatlon/to take ovor the elevator*  nt the prloo whleli the utovbrnment  nnld for litem. There was u moet-  ir.p: of the Orni" I'mwom comnnny  and the Grain Growers' a*soolstlon  mnently and this matter is known to  havo been dismissed.  KlLL BEAVER  IN CYPRESS HILLS  Colonies    Now    So-Numerous   That  ?"'���������; Lands Are Being  Flooded.  Swift   Current. ������������������ Provincial   game  wardens are.reducing the beaver colonies In the Cypress Hilis, southwest  of Swift Current,  under'..'government  lnstructio-"i3 on account of the flooding of lands in times of high water  along streams inhabited^by there api-  mals, aud the consequent damage sustained by set'i-ji's;   The colonies have,  grown quite large" under the immunity  which      they     have'    enjoyed     for  some, years, aud their dnni i iv*e now  ab niimerouss that the small    rivers  and creeks are choked with them. Tlie  government  will  sell the  skins,  and  the farmers on whose land the animals are killed will receive forty per  cent, of the proceeds.   They will also  receive some  slight compensation  in  addition'   for any damage they may  .iavo sustained  by having their land  ���������UlTclent number of beaver will 'be- lvt't  :o     Insure  their  propagation  nnd  to  pre-vent their extinction.  Big .Schemes to Proteot Forests.  Ottawa.���������An aggressive lire protective and forestry policy is being carried out by the government and next  Biimmor tho work of preserving the  natural resources of the woat will bo  carried  out.  Coomploto arrangements have been  mado for a strict fire patrol all  .through the prairie provinces in the  nowly annexed territory of Manitoba  and In the hinterlands nf Saskatchewan and Alberta.  A great deal or monoy will be spent  this year In organizing the now fl,-  000,000 acre fprei'try service on the  eastern Hfllopo of the UockieB. Trails  will bo laid out, tcleplione linoH Installed and thorough preparations  mado to prevent Urea  Aborigine Gets Medal from King  London.���������King George has awarded  tho Albert life-saving medal to an  aboriginal Auntrallan named "Neighbor." Tho luUur wuh u priuouer and  was being led by a neck chain by a  trooper. While the pair were crouB-  In*-* a swollen stream the trooper's  horse Rot Into difficulties and dlulodK-  rul hla rider, whom he kicked In tho  face.  The trooper wan being *Jwcpt off hy  the stream when ''Neighbor." scorn-  In*? the opportunity tb escape, roncuod  his captor after the greatest difficulty.  Kino Nloholss Seriously III.  Oottlnje, MoutunuKto.���������n.U������K iSlcbo-  .      . ..... ,,,  ...... *   .......,,...������.  . ~. *.. ���������.  advanced  age  there  la  considerable  aniiJrtv as to the outcome.   ,  Decorate Grave of Dlokens.  Over the khivo of Alfred Tennyson  Dlokens,  tho son  ot tho  novelist, n  service In memory of his father was  hold under the auspices of the Ameri-  the    grain  trade,??wlib is?ordinarily  .veil    lUtprmeo;,   bn?Yxheso    macters,  Youln,:'  now  that; America%as certain  to raise  the ?smallbst  "Winter wheat  crop she has done:for Several years,  and that it will tnit the United States  absolutely bs a dornesttc liasis for iari-  cther year at least;; ?It;ls frequently  stated -that;  the Yfs^i^  'piete ?ih?.mahy:?^I  winter ���������: wheat ?states;?*i^at:tfe;^  perts have not: reported it .so ��������� bad? as;  it really is.    This?last?week?the;;re-:  ports have been coriiirig :iri6s^  Kansas arid Nebraska;?and?iri?these  states a good deal?pf:; the -brbp? is in:  excellent condition, but eyeri iri?therii;  there are districts of r>. cbrriparative if;  not absolute failure? and  in Kansas  it    is    stated    that: from; 800,000; to  1,000,000 acres will be aharidbried?and  sown to oats, or plowed up to plant  with corn. The May crop of the United  States    Agricultural    Department  will he issued shortly.    Among other  things it will give an estimate of the  winter wheat acreage abandoned and  the   condition   of  the   growing  crops  as on May 1st.   No doubt it will indicate    the  prospect  of  a  very  small  crop    of    winter wheat.    Mr. B. W.  Sndw, the crop expert, has issued his  Mi*y  report,  and   puts  the  condition  of the United States winter wheat at  75.9 with an abandonment of ,18.2 per  cent, of the acreage planted, indicating a probable yield of 368,000.000 bu.  against 431,000,000 bu. the final gov-  ernmerit    estimate    for the-yield; of  1911.   As a rule, Mr. Snow's estiniate  and    the    government  estimate are  very close to each other.    The lowest  estimate of conditions oh May ?.Bt by  the government in tlie last, fourteen  Years  was   70.2  In   1899.    Iii  1911 It  wan 86.1.   Owing to an abundance of  rain.  everywhere    over    the  winter  whent    crop    except in the state of  Kansas,    during'   the    last    several  weeks,   accompanied   by   a   temperature a few degrees below the normal  average;     growth    Is backward  and  unless    very    warm,    dry    weather  eonr-a  in   May nnd   .Tune the  winter  wheat harvest will be delayed.    T^ijist  year owing to the dry, hot weather  it was very early.   Tn seeding of the  spring   wheat    Southern.   Minnesota  and  South Dakota got  started  early  and    seeding    is finished over those  areas.    Tn    Northern   Dakota,    how-  evor,   and   Northern   Minnesota  and  over  most  of Western  Canada,    although  thero  are  spots 'where Heeding waB  dono early,  the  hulk of  It  iniB  not.  mado  seasonable    progress.  This rcHults from tho broken wonther  with enow and rain, which has been  coming at intervale* tilne.o the middle  of April.   Thoro are dlHtrlots In Manitoba and Saskatchewan where Uttlo  or no wheat has heon sown yet.   The  tempevaturo has boon below tho normal for tho tlmo of year and unless  tho roiny .weather i-topB tit once and  a   flood   sl-eud.v   tipell   of   fall*   vu.'iUnr  sets  In.   It  will   curtail  the  acreage  that   ml������ht  havo   been    put    under  wheat,  for the sennon  la advancing  and'-f&lUnK too late to nrudently sow  whent.    The wet weather has.  also  hindered Ronornl farm work of which  so  much   more  than  usual  was left  over from  last  fall.    The fact that  the   damnste  reports  to  the   United  Plat<������������������*<    winter    wheat  ban  been   to  t<l iiilti'iJII u       iiln       rl'itioilliii !���������������������     HUM K.-iit  and keep prices un. hut during the  we>k fluctuatlonf*. In prlceu have he*>n  erratic and towardH Hih end. there  has been a decline from the. hlr-h  points    reached    darlns;    thw week.  no; sin; He was hoIy,T ha:ririless; lihd^  filed ���������-:and- ;sp������������r������*-������  f**b*>v'-six^^  ;Peter??i.'^9,;?li,,22l*l:liI;Giri^  yiiY2:$)^,; ^is,'^ai?vrlgMe^������sriess'--4-1rir'  ; dsetlj,iand.; *nbthin^5-shortfedf;: Sis ^sT^-iZtiti0SA  :;fecfcrriglitebusriess'!cari^ria^le?'ariy  pf?2,59b,00P ;bu.YlaSt; year,; the? total  now being:31,409,000 buv. against li;-  081,000 buY a year ago?   Inregard to  crop    prospects  Outsider -of  America  and ;? Canada     there     is; rio   special  change reported regarding > the progress  bf  Europ>ari?crbps? which; may  be taken as showing iari average"pros-.  ^pectY for 'the '������������������": time; of Yyea,r.:;ln the  ribr&erriYRart?bf?Iriaia harvest; is delayed? by ?wet?w^  ilia?preparatibns; fbr?plaritlng the riew-  ; crop are proceeding under difliciilties  owing to the soil being dry and hard  arid?rairi being laeeded. ;?Y 'titi-titiy  ;. Our Winnipeg market; has nbt been  qiiite so activ e lately; becaUse ��������� of delay iri lake navigation, ripening. Exporters arid others want to see? their  shipriients pri the move before buying iri-ach more. Vessel space on' the  lakes is practically all taken up for  all the month of May and direct ^all-  water space to Montreal cannot be  obtained in any quantity before July.  .*=������'. ���������sxyu..o\.-*Spra3i,y..i^li'-i ..^  case;ori: :bur- "^de-:is ^rt'erefoVe?^  .hopeless; as :fan^as?riny;;effbrt^Mv':ours^5^^i  are- :eoncerried;? fbr'Y'byftne^Ydeedsv bf?S;l^#  the?law;;there;-shall:?rib:?:fiesh'^W:''j^t  fifed '-iri^HisYsigiit:*- '.(.Itont?;!!*;-^);': -^htietiti,:ti0s  very-- :;;best-. ;that-:.;?.riiari?';Ycari?S'db?'*''''"''"^  comes? farYshbrt;   of : ?His Ypeil^  rightecusriess.v''?;What.- a':-'glboriiy;?bri^'^?iiS;%!  ;yised:;riieans?'^hereby.;we>iifeed?^o^)be??^  vised vmearis- whereby":^e";seed-;nbi#b'e?;lpS*||^  driven.away.'from;Him- (II?;-Sa-m?:S''v:?YE'Y'"::S!  -.i4;>uv-.!Not::;'briIy'';rdid"-:1;ne;-'Sbn-,-bf?^o^^  , ^iye;'. in His life' a :sampie::;ef ^tlse;::pbr.v;.?Yi^pp  ,f ect 4 righteousness?' ?which":???G'od?'*?re^ ���������'"���������- '^^  SIFTON   IN   WESTERN   GAS   FIRM.  "������������������-^������������������^r-l  iniquity of us;.all;;Y^He ^Was made^a-'siriY?  .'���������'offe'Hri'gY'ior:?-^  guilty ?arid -; rbceiTeriHiiMiC^^^ecbij^??-^^1  P. Burns, C. P. R. and C. N. R. Join In  Big Scheme to Supply Natural GaB.  Calgiiry, Alt'n.���������Hon. Clifford Sifton,  chairman of the commission on eon?  servation? was in Calgary recently.  Although he avoided publicity,.his  visit is knoAvn to nave to do with, the  business of the Cptmda Western Natural Gas, Bleat, Li'slit,and Power Co..  of which he ,io Hiinposed to hold .1  large percentage oRhe stock. In this  connection his name Is mentioned with  that of P. Burns, tlie C, P. H. and t"li^  C, N. Tt., all sunpoROd to be Interested  in the big'undertaking bf .piplnc gas  from Bow Island to this city and to  Intermediate towna;  ���������tim  i-',���������.*(���������; -���������  - ���������'>:.-|i-|  Great Banl'YMerger.  Toronto.���������Tho News says: "The  greatest banking merger, not only in  the annals of Canudlan banking, perhaps in "tho .history*'-bf the World Is  being consummated according to Information received by The Nowh. The  first step In the big merger will be  the taking In of the Union Bank by  the Bank of -Montreal. When, this  piirchace Is con8uni!ni������ted tho enlarged  Bank ot Montreal will amalgamate  with the now Roynl Bank (Royal and  Traders). The final, product will be  an .Inutltutlon wlth'a'ri. nuthorli'-ed cap.  Hal of at least $3(1,00.000 and a paid-  up capital of $32,377,5120.  Many Newcomers for West This Year.  Wlnnlpog.���������"T Hliould not. be surprised to see immigration Into Western Canada exceed 400,000 this year,"  wald O. 1'X McPhorson, nsslstant. pnH-  Bonger traffic agent of the C. P. It.  "Our returns, a������ woll as those from  other lands, show that the arrival-of  nowcomers from tli? United Sltnton for  the pnnt four mnnthn In b^twooti 7R  and 80 per cent. In excess of the cor*  reupondlng period last year. Thuro  Is also a nlfc movoment from the British Isles."  PO|*r;YY:r  feet offering, '"It: .shali;;bevacberited^^.^??i?S;SBB  him"; ipey. ���������j.V-'lJ.^Tff'o;^  according, 'to the;- law?,'the.::guilty?riiari?:r?s;^  identifying  himself with- his  perfeci^;;v?;^;gj  sacrifice by laying -;his^v:hand;' :riiiibri?-lt?:$$0  ��������� was accepted-.because of;^ii*::sap|iflOe,???'rf?^  and the blood was shed?' the life- laid ?S"  "  down, for it is the blood that 'mafeeai? ?  an atonement for the soul (Lev? xvii,   ?  11;  Heb. ix, 22).    Wharfa' wonderful ??  redemption it is,  and  wholly; of the\titi  Lord.    He took my place as a giiilty  one and suffered in my stead, making  an; end of, riiy sins, that I .might take 'ti-  Mis plrice before God, blotlied: wiqi His i?  rigiiteousness. Hov/ wonderfully beau*���������?���������-  tiful are such words aB "justified free-   ;  ly by HIb grace";"made,imtb lis' wis* ?  dom, rightebusness. sanctificatlon, re* v  demption";   "in   whom   we   have, redemption through His blood, tlie for  giveness of Bins." 'Yet there are mill4'  ���������titudes  in  00 called  Christian larids?  cliurchgoers    and    uhuruii   .'jiiti-itoon-v'V  who,  being  Ignorant of Gbd.'ii i right* ,  'iiv.nrsB ami going about to establish (  ihntr own righteousness, have net submitted    themselves to the righteous*;  iicKfi of God, not underBtanding'-that  "ilirlpt is the end of the-law for right-  eonfincss to every one that bolleveth  (Rom. x. 3, 4;   III, 24;? I.Coiv T;30;,  IT.  Cor. v, 21;   Eph. 1, 0, 7).    If our  eyos havo  boon opened  to-see these  glorloiis? truths,  let us joyfully slrig,  "1 will greatly rejoice In the Lord; my  soul Kluill bo. 1 joyful lp ,my God, .for Ho  hath clothed me with the jiarnient oi  -���������11Ivat Ion.    lle> hath' eoverod m<v'with  the robe  bf rlghteousneRs"   (Isa.  Ixl.  10).    Ah qulokl.v as JoHhuii. the high  nrlest, lost IiIh filthy garments and tho  devil for a companion and  received  bountiful raiment and thofLorr! fbr-hh*.  friend fZech. HI. 1-B), bo nnlo.kl*/ may  anv     hIuiioi*     who  hi  ruinly   Lo  pie ad  guilty and reoelvo as a free pi ft tlio  nerfeet. TlghtoouBneSs of Qo'd'lri Chi;lst  nn,ps from death to life, and ���������ho'TlnUo  tim  -j'-?ii-'.i  ���������.V . \  OU.ll       l>lt>KHM*l      ������������>������l,liU').        Uiu   |������������������>^    ������������������������  f.inlli.   p������m������lArv   i,,f,n   r>A������r>r*>f^<1   with  flowers iroiii the Diukeus uocit-tl**".'  New York Run.  ,  *,������, I,     %J.      V...... k.. ���������      , ���������       *.,-  -      - --      ....,.,  l������ttt<'j->  o*-������>rntlonM.   hut   rlOftN  not   tn-r*-  I' fMhttriiy   Impiy   ������������ny  p^rtSr.-iih-rr   vwhVi-  ening In the strom*: fdtnation and a  Daby Takes Airship rilght.  Paris.���������The    yomigest    air-woman  made her first flight yesterday.   She  Is Mile.. Drodlu, and lu Juiit four ywui-H  old.   Her fathor rfleelvod hl������ airman's  fiini. Iudc|ioiid������tiit lll-ihl over Llitiupi-ti  yesterday, taking his dnnght^ with  him. The younK airwoman gave ht.r  opinion of flylPK In two words. "Up  again I" she said,  A    slnnle    vemel recently carried  reatnerss, vaiuen m ^owu.uuu rrom  Bouth Africa to Hnglond.  live the new and bloHsed llfeofj(i child .  of the kingdom, n joint hen,*' 'with  Christ., proving to others by stmh love  as thnt of last lesnon that God In lovo  and not willing that any shmiUi per-  '(8h (I. John Iv. 8,16; II. Potvv III. 0)'.  TOTAL   METHODIST VOTE  a TO  l'  Official Flnures on Churoh Union Show  63,16ft for; 0,040 AQ������lnst.     ?  Toronto.���������- Official   figures    of    tho  MethodlHt vote on the question; of or-,  ganlo    union  botweon  tho  Frcabyto-  liun.   Methodliit   and Conerocutlurial  churches   or   Canada   Just complied  ithftw thnt thr. p������*oporttoni������l  vnt������������ 1ir������������i-  mor.t eight to one In favor of present  piopOMi-il  bllblU. '  Three hundred and slxty-nlno con*  gretsatlmm have sent In their vote  hIiowIiik 03,100 ballots Tor tinlou fcnd  nnlv ������040 nurnlnht. ''-T "���������"���������"���������'  The tiRiires  show  48,40.1  inttmbers  uvtir   t.|[,im-<in    yvrn.it*   t*'i    ������K':    ">���������������    i������*������jr  of union and 8,333 against  ���������:*���������*  I  IMiiti  lllilllliiimiWIWMWWMWlWWMf  ���������****<*|W*l|'1^^  ,V, v;' ,,. ,|S  .1.  MMs������������M(ss������>sasiniisii  sSMsVil*sSMsSW  iiiiiii  S8  M* THE KOOTENAY GARAGE OOMRANY
. KiMaa'ssnssiJssEE&nj^^
19 J4
SS"--.*!* E����.-��^,l*   lffi<r*hi��   <��&���   k?
5 acres planted to trees,    io   acres   ready  'for   tbe *���
piOW.      X*iaaue xlGUSc auu. Gut-uUimingS/vveU iCnCCvi.
**1.��.����  **����.*4.  *t.C /^***.��^c��t.y%*^   r\tn   Crtm-on   rnon
iT*or wtirins duU pes.;ti��-��i..��.j.-j n^^xj  ��.v.
s.rtft-c.    n AV\1���
Christ Char eh
Matins, Litauv Sarmou 11 a. tn
Sunday School 3 p ui
Philip C. Hay man,   (Vicar.)
W. V. Jackson,     Mountain   View  Ranch
i !**>
i  u-
BiV��a&Viit��-*H�� 3jjriv.*��$
For the next thirty d-vys
i   *������ l:i    i-'ivi'    it*ii     f��t��r C��-Qi"
o      ~      x	
Tho young Knglish actor In  Win.
P.iveri-li mis    sucocsv       "The R<*�� v,'
Man."   Creston Opctu House, Monday
Additional Locals
A COUplo Of iuuim 0   l epiu'i* Cfttohiilg a
large sturgeon which they claim weigh-
�����   tad ovor u hundred down th9 Rootenay
**--0 I ,i.A  .a.....  ...�� *.��. -.  ���-.-',
g~    iui) utui v,* inio Horu
xu��jy mm io ugnt
over nu hour before the fish was subdued.
��&ff8&S SBiF ��hg* Hs$'5i4 Manas***   ���?��*    ^���ssS^SssSs   ��*ss.-  (Kh
m .
&���&&��&, fa&k&@ksS) hssskeis,  ��%*ssr& thins \ |
�� for the fSshermssa.
W   .
s a** s. a.sf*e:&rs &&.
V^ ^^^^^^^^S^--
About    twenty-Aye   Creston   people
S*' soent Sunday at Goat Oau-^on.
1 yyiusuoaggl
s i$   discount on   all  work if
ssnmmMHk j|  you bring this announce-
���v i
c>  '
Jt> I
."W 4Wt{iV��/<^<<M<)t*^��/��>*W-**^^
js**5 ib^j.
IIIH BgrKKifSia liHf-flifSf MUMl
��� lit*   v&V W'lVWiB    -b��v vats-ta^-vts     -vaivM
i Y
, **)*
The seven acres belongiug^fco Winu-
���J, , liigton Ingram wers sold to Mr.Collisnt
rr ' *?4 000 this week.
Vernon,   B. C*
��}-  party last Monday for Boswell, Koote-
-^   xjntiiai. vi��a    e&JL&vc.    a  vcvr*
> jnjajn   Rooni   ss^s^s^   {{ A** Any Hour
.......    ^.   . .  .    ^.     ..     ,,,      Chas.   Moore,   B. C. L. S.  left with
^ ^     Sa-euigkrsjjQCR.K. a. dor. ^iversiae   k
��, ^-ss^^-s-^ds *3-^-^-d-9d"9$a*a#,>!imy Lase' wljere be wlU De eDgnge<i tor
> I \a time laying out Public Highways.
Dr. de Van's Female Hills
^^ iCaau,�� a .^.ju.%... 4��^u.n.\^. ,U.C.V. ��c.o.     Aucac
< j pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the
*> {jftuerative portion of the female system.: Refuse
5^     all cheap imitatioas.   I>*c. de Van's are sold at
Cigars and Cigarettes        Razors  Ground and Set \x ^"��^^^��t.-��***ft*
^a.11 our trees are Kome GiOwu and guaranteed true
<S* to name. We carr}?- all the leading varieties most
^ suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock
*#"   on three-year-old whole roots.
For further particulars appl}7 to our local Age
J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C
I.ELD, Proo
'"   ti . E.KALL D.T>. S.
Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware
."Store���Baker Street.
B. C,
B O. Land Sukvetor akb Auchitice
Plana and Specifications
:reston -    \
/T*'4��y%.yfc^.*.**      *M ^S CM AmTia.-.
���4.1 *i*��lVBI  ��..    W��  4f��   IHO
��*^TTV     T r\"��-*i-'1^*KT13"CvT>n
Consulting Engineer
creston    -
Meets first nnd   third Tlmrednys   in
each month, in Speers Hnll a t 8 p.    ni
Visiting Brothers cordially invited.
George Broderiok, W. M.
Walter V. Jacks jh, Reo. Seo.
Beiiil Estate and Insurance.
Before Letting
Cfte Contract.
COAL,���Coal mining rights may be leased
11 or twenty-one years, renewable at an annual
rental of Si an acre. Not. more'-'than 2,560 acres can be leased to one applicant. Royalty
Ave cents per ton, In unsurveyed territory
| the tract must be staked out by tho appli
j cant in person, and personal application to
B.C. jtho Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion Lands
lor the district must in all cases be made and
the rental for the first year must be paid to
the agent within thirty days after filing
QUARTZ���A person eighteen years of age
and over, having made a discovery may lo-
' cate a claim l.fiOO feet by 1,500. Fee* 85. At
least *}100 must be expended on the claim
each year or paid to the Mining Recorder
When $500,0 has been expended or paid and
other requirements compiled with, the claim
may bo purchased at $1 an aero.
long and from 1.000 to 2,000 feet wide. Entry
fee*?5. Notices than 8100 must be expended
Jn dcvclopomont worir. each year.
DREDGING.���Two leases ol live miles each
fit a river may bo issued to one applicant foi
a term ot 20 years.   Rental. $10 a mile per an-
i num.   Royalty. '2% percent after tho output
' ox cods S10,000.
j Deputy Minister of tho Interior .
..'���'���" (Continued from Page 1)
and asked the growers to speak out that
matters might ba straightened up.
Mr. IxIcFarlane the third of the committee to speak, made a plea for Creston to buy its vegetables from Cranbrook
"As you have an advantage over as, in
ciiiiate and therefore have your frnit on
the.market before we do we must buy
at first from you. Now there are some
things such as potatoes;  turnips, eto ,
which do not grow as well down here as
in our locality. We think it only fair
that yon do your trading vith us for
these vegetables."
Although the fruit Growers have not
had the best of .treatment at the hands
of Cranbrook in the past, they realized
that it was to their advantage to have a
display at the Fair nnd they were glad
to have the opportunity to thresh ont the
trouble. It is their intontion this year
to have their fruit ho labeled with Creston banners nnl designs thai; there can
be no mistaking it by strangers for frnit
grow en any where else
The Riverside Nurseru
\jomprtSing tzu jicres
��� Vy.   ATHOW1E      ?-?Y
The Riverside Nurseries are the"nearest luu'sei-y company LoCi-eston and
have more trees planted in this district than Hiiy other company. The
trees are started under the same condilions thnt they will have to mature
in this Valley. They ca,ii be brought here from tho nm-.*-cries at Grand
Forks in three days by freight or one and one-half days by cxpiofs. Ail
trees giummteed home grown. '      "
75,000Riverside trees are now growing in the district.
For Catalogue and Price list, write to���
WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.
.GRAND FORKS, 3. C.   \
Painter and Decorator
Wall Paper
Ca'somining, Pointing, Paper-lunging Oarrlngo and  Sign Painting.
Let nm give yon advice aud estimates on your work.    All  work guar
uiitesd .to givo satisfaction.
Fire, Life and Accident Insnrauce
mm��� is ������win	
For the Niilding of your New j
House, Storo, Office. Workshop
or other building, write or call
on me.    Estimates given on all I
kinds of ivork.
Repairs & Alterations
Charges reasonable and satisfaction
gunraiiteerl on All Work
JOHN   BOYD,   Creston .
\J /"a %*mS Iff r\ b\ LmJ & \!3 /  -CIS /
Tte Fraser Valley Nurseri
Have Tm* Pinkbt
Home-Grown Nursery Stock
Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.
Funeral Director
��w*vj*-*j<r��,'iw�� ,*��>,.!
h-j��-"*��������-rfi.jt  1
tsf *""* tt% tsr 0 #f#        r*�� m rtif 11*\ t i i    #>#-��#-.
(ioiioriil Manager,
.*.,t*tr|J***,**rjV*r;, ji.
IAS. l-dMI'lDN,
l.onil Agent,
��� ..''1'KHlmi, H.O
All the Very Liitest HtyleH in La-
dien1 llatH, '.IViiuiningH,  FIowevH
nnd RlbboiiH,
LAnnW1   IM0\I)Y-MAI)|<;
New Line.", nl' L-uliei nnd () I,, f
i.'iis    ,SMiiiuiii'*;i<  ���mil   Wcai'iiig    C
Apparel nuitulile to the SeiiHini.
This shipment <was delayed on accoun
of the coal strike in England*
Prints include, indigo, red and wliitc    i|      Gingham Tin  plain-grounds,  greys,
grcuiuls in slripcs, dots,   and   H^mcs.    | h1��efl, unci grccni    Che. Its, in ���;   large
fi auiiortmcnt   of   black  and white,   also
��r'nTrirrmrfV "niTi aiiiia i matm'n
sis*i*i,*iws-sis��tsi��i  IsiUMsissti
i  plaids and overcheeks in   a number of   P>
(j      -    - ..... I
Galateas  "in    narrow   and  medium   t colorings,   .Price from 15c to 25c
stripes,  in   Blues nnd   Grey   grounds,   p
Price 15 to 20c.
x   Shirtings 11 eioice   Mngc   in   dark    }
modium'ftnd light grounds, 15 1:025.
���*����� (.mW-s-'mmm*
h^^.^r(;t:rv ..*,
"' lr7Ztil"r'r**    ^ ������
I Mrs.  fl. YOUNG
Creston Mercantile Company, Ltd.
IIMII.I  iWni.^,��WW,
,' WI1 ��.,Wi.i'i.>a


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