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Creston Review Oct 18, 1912

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IW1.<4  Single Cop****** ^-c.  yi^RHiDF TO  ���������_���������  ^sag-as    aggktt^&'mmft mmx\������    m   H    ���������. =  ������*-  btfc nuu i cnai. rLAg5  With Jas. Schofield, M. P. P. and  Possibly Robert Qreen, M P., He  Will  Visit Creston  Next Week.  Premier McBride, Jas. Schofield, merr_ber provincial  parliament, and possibly R. F. Green, M. P., will spend  Irom noon next Saturday till noon Sunday  in  Creston, in  which time the Premier will  be  shown  ihe  Kootenay  fiat  ���������* . l  lands, which are at present being ^surveyed for ^the purpose  of determining the feasibility of reclaiming.  According to copies of the itinerary  of bis tour through Eastern British  Columbia, Creston is to be the last  place visited on this trip by the Premier.   He will return to Victoria from  here via Bonners Ferry and Spokane.  Just what reception will be given to  tbe party has not been determined.  At a meeting of the local conservative'  association last evening;, a commitee  of seven was appointed to draw up a  r.*.n,������~anv     Tt is almost certain that  a smoker concert will beheld on Saturday evening.    There  will be auto  trips throughout the agricultural and  fruit farming districts-nnd the trip to  Bonuers Ferry will be made ih automobiles up  the  Kootenay valley in  view  ot   the    flats.     Whatever the  final  program may be, the Premier  and our representatives in the-goVern-  '-inent  wili*rTJe given ;,a- jgpsfc  heaiffcy?  welcome, and they will go out of here  impressed witb the great possibilities  of the flat lands, if reclaimed, and they  will be thereby influenced to give the  project ueetsssary impetus.  HERE AND THERE  Col,. Theodore Roosevelt was .wounded  by a bullet fired by a'would be assassip  on Monday in Milwaukee while ca hj_  way to the auditorium to make a campaign speech. The bullet struck him in  > * <���������,   - *--. -  the right breast after having penetrated  a thick manuscript of his speech, plowing through the flesh for. about five inches. Tbe presidential candidate in  spite of his'wound continued to the  auditorium and had given a great part  of his address before he had to stop from  less of blood. Owing to his good health  ���������a-hiehha maintains by.rigorous habits  ai"td abstinence from tobacco and intoxicants, be is at present in no serious con-  Th������  Dotiators to the Rifle     \  ...   Club Shoot  Prizes  Public donations, made toward prizr  -���������"'���������������������������-,.��������������������������� .  es acknowleged to. date.  Ci-eston Hotel  Burton Hotel  Creston Drug and Book Co.  P. Burns  Canadian Bank of Commerce  S. Speers  R, S. Bevan  Frank Jackson  R. Walmsloy  Fred Little  Total  dition an a result of the shooting,  assailant was captured, immediately.  The* Idaho-Continental has recently,  ordered, tbe eqnipmeatfor a 800 ton concentrator whioh is to be erreeted near  the Port, Hill, property. The 20 mile,  read from, ths mine to Pert Hill now  lacks but three miles of completion.  Daring the past several months a  number of rumors have gone the rounds  concerning contemplated ohauges of  route by th? Canadian Pacific railway  writing oft4 $185,120.94 for deprivation  on-plant and equipment, $4_ 120 fii'fot*  for development on properities the bom**  pany has under bond and sundry it&ns  totalling $7,625.45 and -.barging t- profit'and loss aoosunt $810,548.91 expended  in developiHout of the company's o^n  ���������i.  properties, according to the annua! report just issued,   i.  TT ���������  Encouraging Agriculture  All of che provinces have now signed  agreements with the Dominion government by whioh they -will receive the  subsidy voted last session by parlaihent.  When the i������ew aiminsti^tics cams istc  office it was felt that a broad policr for  the betterment of agriculture conditions  in Canada through oo-operation with  the provincial governments Bhould be  adopted. It was felt that nothing in  this direction conld be properly done un*  til'a general survey of the agricultural  oonditioos in Canada had been made.  'So moke this survey and to rs,riorfe on  a general policy, C. C. James formerly deputy minister of Bgricnlture for  Ontario, a man of undoubted standing  in the agricultural world, and with a  deep knowledge and experience which  peculiarly fits him for such work," wgs  pp-poitstsd sommisaioner. He is at present engaged on preparing his report,  and ii; will ba ready by the opening of  parliament.  However as Mr. James' report was  not ready last session, it was decided to  give immediate assistance to agriculture  by voting a sag. of $500,000 to this causa  LOCAL NEWS  CO. 8., SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  /    ' Over 1200 Doukhobors, men, women  ssd children, passed through Creston  the first of the week on a special train  bound   for Glade and brilliant.     All  i  came from Saskatchewan. This influx  of 1,200 of Peter Vcregin's people will  increase the total number in British  Columbia, where the chief colonies are  At Brilliant and Grand Forks by very  hearly 50 per cent. About 250 of the  newcomers are ohildreu under the age  of five years, and there is a large per-  i  ventage of children under 12 years.  ^ ��������� Stanfields underwear at the Oreston  ' i  Mercantile.  ^"B. J. Elbutt of Winnipeg was investigating fruit lands in this district last  " ���������LADIES, eo!! at our store aad look  -V  over our supply ot McOalls patterns inst  received.   S. A. Speers.  "* Mr. Kineer of Vancouver was here  Friday and Saturday lookiiiK over his  land interests.  MX Wujr O. a giuuii uO tuS |i������C������������uCint gu������-  * ' .' ' " ^  ^ernments on & po^tdaCon basis. '*' The  grant was to be expended tor the cause  i  of agrioultureaceordi-g to a plan approved by the Minster of Agriculture.  New Brunswick was the first province  to faU iu line, they have all heartily  followed and taken up the plan with,  enthusiasm. t  The followiug table shoves ho.v .much  each province receives:���������'���������"-������<  Ontario, $175,788.82; Quebec,  $139,-  482.40; $84,S88 45; New Brunswick $24-  ���������Economy Can Sealers, finest in the  world, for sale by the Creston Hardware  ���������Si* Furniture Co., sole agents tn the  Kootenay Valley.  *>*%an'.0ameron,c'bQQ^^ ho-  tei is town this week.  5.00  3.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  1,00  1.00  /  1.00  1.00  $23.00  company whioh if carried out, materia  ���������   ��������� ���������_,-   t   ��������� -, _ '  ..       609 9S;,Ptmce Edward Island, $0,529 85;  Uy effeot   Bonners   Ferry and other I r  - 4.u   _���������   *      ���������     ������ wu  i    I British Columbia, $27,334.70; Manitoba  towns of the Kootenai-valley.    Thela- * '������������������   ���������   ���������  Card of thanks  Wo v/isli to thank those friends who  havo given m their kind.assistance In  our recent herovoinont. *  Mr, and Mrs, Win, Bui'tholow,  A. Juuri/iiKiuintiw  The    LadtcH  uoli  of  tho   Presbytorlan  eluuoh will UoUl .tliuit- Tl������iu������k.^IvJi)_^  dinner ou Frhlny, Octobor 2H in tlio  A ... ^,  church and not m tha Moreetntilo hall  uh wuh la*it wuck amioiuiucU in Lite  Kovbnv.'   ^  W. O. Taylor, liotter known nn  '���������Buck" Taylor, -of,.Oranhrnob Im Jn  town this week,  test of these rumors is one whioh has it  ... - i  that the Canadian Paoiflo railway company has purchased the Idaho & Washington    Northern   . railway    and    in  oonuoction with the Spokane International will make this route their main  lino to the ooisfc oattiag out the oro-js-  ing of Kootenai lake by boat and shortening the time required to cover the distance botween Winnepeg nni Vancouver by nearly half.     Suoh an arrange*  .iiont would reanlt InEastport becoming  an importnud town as it would be the  division point for  both  the Canadian  jcVicluo i'iiil'vVi.y aii.il the Sp04ums Inter  national railway botwoon Spokane nnd  Metaliue Falls, Wa-sh.  EuHtport has  seeu  quite a  building  boom this summer ana neven new rowi-  donoos havo  olrondy  b������on  built  nnd  many rooro will boorootod yoii this fall,  According to word reoeived from Eatt-  porfc this wook   tho Canadian Paoiflo  railway company ia negotiating for the  purchauo of the International hotel at  Kingf-gAto and if the railway company  Manures the hotel it will remodel the  bulUUuK uo an to pr-Jvldo first olnes ac-  ooiiiodallonti f^rall  tourist.*..���������Bonnote  Ferry Herald.  $31,730.05;   Saskatchewan,   -$84,296.29;  Alberta, $26,084.95.  ���������Jngt Brtrived, new stock of rubber  boots and shoes.   A. Mirabelli.  L. Riohordeon of Kitchener spent Saturday and Sunday in Oreston.  t ���������.'-������������������   - - .   .'    '���������������������������������������������  ���������if, full liua of guns and ammunition at the Mercantile.  - Geo. Cowan, formerly foreman at  the Yale logging camp is in town this  week.  Highway Association  Repudiates H. M. Clark  Winnipeg,Oot.l5���������H. Maxwell Clark,  who has been in Winnipeg on several  occasions during the past twelve months  representing himself as Dominion Organizer for'the Canadian Highway Association, has no connection with that  body, according to a statement made at  a meeting of the Manitoba Good Reads  Association Fiiday night by W. J.  Kerr, President of the Canadian Highway Association.  Members have been secured by Clark  not only in Winnipeg, but in many  other cities from Halifax to the Pacific  Coast, by ndvanc'ng the argument that  he was working in the interest of tbe  Canadian Highway Association, although his connection ceased on January  3, 1912, as was proved by a statement  i  signed by him and read at the meeting.  Mr. Glark was present at the gathering and wss given an oppostunity to  present his side cf ithe argmnens. After  listening patiently to his explanation  Mr. Clark was advised to cease from his  activities and warned that his presence  would not be tolerated at the Canadian  Highway Association's convention,  held there last week.  Iu the opinion of several who have in  the past nemo in contact wiih Clark, hit.  interest in the cause of Good Roads has  become an obsession and it was considered advisable to publicly repudiate  the eelf-styled Dominion Or_ani_or.  While acting as unauthorised organizer Mr. Oifurk has done a grew deal to  ���������    '.,        *-.-    **-^!r^.'   * .      -' 1--.'_        ���������>    .-,_/^"  prejadicetfeo cause of the Highway As-  sxiiationiit many quarters, and haa,  because sf hia hasty sttsrsnees, created  antagonism ia high quarters. The action takea. ob the initiative of the Manitoba Good Roads Association was hastened because Clark hod drafted a program for the convention. He had two  3PS2&S7S ss '"isred, for ths iovx'dsy- session.  Government Will Issue  Free Stumping Powder  As an advance step to what Is hoped  to be a more general system of aid to  settlers ia clearing timbered lands  in this province, tho department of agriculture has issued notification to the various agriculiiura! sooieSies  and farmers institutions that it ia, prepared to ifiBue supplies of stumping powder to bona fide settlers free of cost up*  oa conditions which shall be eqsstaWa  both io ihe settler and to the province.  Any settler who is desirous of benefiting from this boon oan obtain Retails  of how to scours it from his provincial  representative from tbe secretary of his  local agricultural society, of the farmers institute or, failing in these, ��������� by  direct application to the minister of  agriculture.  The suggestion has   been made that  the government should assist settlers  by direct grant.    That suggestion is  under consideration.     Meanwhile th_  pries step has been taken of providing*  Settlers with material to attempt  che  work of stumping.   This should be sue  cesaiul ia view of the fact tbat the ^-.  plosive material is provided and only  *  tbe individual effort is required. Bnt  if this experiment aces not give the -@������  stuts espectcu, u������.en ���������.urthsr action tosy  be taken by ths government, but in the  meantime the supply of free powder ia  considered as a distinctly advance _te_.  It is one given by so otfesr provisos and  is another proof of th^ desire of the  government to extend aid and co-oner'  ation tothe^sattlers^rheee-lt caa-W&ofl-v  to ths public sdvsstage.  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  nay the freight.   O. O. S.  Mrs. L. O. Payette left Wednesday  for Kitchener wher** she will- remain  for the wintor.  Big Musical VaudeviSSe  Show Coming  Who are the Royal Hawaiian Musical  Novelty artists appearing at the Opera  ���������You gob five por cent, discount at  The Cash: 8Ton������.  Wm. Johnson opened his new pool  room on Wodnouday. E ������*. Piatt is to  run tho lunoh oounter for him.  ^������������������DOUGLAS VILLA" for sale, or  rent cheap. Apply, John Derbyshire,  726, Caledonia A venue,  Viotoria. B, O.  t ��������� ������  -���������  Mrs. C, Adams iB dealrous of seouriug  a lady boarder.  ���������We poy tho freight, and if you are  not satisfied with the values received  from us, we will pay the freight book  and refund fall amount of your purchase.   O. C. S."  -rLADIES, caii at our wtoi-e and  look over bur supply of McOalls patterns just received.    S. A. Speers.  ���������Our new fall shapes, in Mens Hats  have arrived.   Oreston Mercantile Oo.  Mrs. Rev. Sarklssian of Rossland.who  | has been visiting friends in Oreston for  several days, loft Wednesday for the  Prairies,   Rev. Sarkisslan was on the  train on which she departed.  ���������70 inoh all linen tabling for 50o,  Vory flpoolaj at the Mercantile.  Ml ss Dako of Toronto, who. has boon  visiting with Mr. and'Mra. Jas. Compton, roturuod to hor homo Sunday.  -���������All kinds of vegetables and fruit for  sale. I will deliver your ordor. Jim  Keo Oroston.  Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pease a  son. '  ���������Exchange Alberta farm lands for  good fruit land. Give particulars. Wit-  oheu Roal Estate, Calgary, Alta.  -���������Soo our  windows for ohlnawaro.  Tbo CaBh Storo.  Mr. and Mrs. Trombly, who wore at  Kitchener ore now living on their rsuoh  ���������-STOP and look ovor our line of Dry  Goods.   Thi* Oash Store.  mmm*<m*m*Xmm  A mnnqnorttdo ball will bo held on tlio  6lh of ��������� 'Nf'voujhor under-(lie aus|������lo<*������-  ot' the Crs'Htim t, O. L. Ad(ui������*������iuu 7i,  ooiitn.   jfrizou wm no given.  Oponttiona of tho OonBiilidatod Min  tum ok iJuioUiug Con"|mnyof  Oanodn  during  tb.o yui r cudlttg ������funo 80 Inst  ������, .. ���������   rs..  tjllUW    i������    UMV    ^nUlKM    MA     lt(A'4.U,W4>v4.w.  G. Erickson, suporlntondent of construction of the Koot*nay Central, and  wife, of Oranbrook spent Tuesday and  Wcduoadny vlnUing with Mr. nnd Mm.  C. Burnett, the temporary bank innna-  Sidney Poolo will soon movo his placo  of hnnlnflnii tn Fred Little's building  formorly ooouplod by S. Tromblriy.  ������������������The C. O. S. ot Cranbrook is soiling  Iron feeds with mattress aud spring for  *U'  J. Boston of Tabor, Alberta puroban*d  Capt. FltxGorald'fl tflivm oonnHtln** of a  little more than llvo aoren for the can-  |*}k-*    XXX   **mtm _   *m  N* l������ *v*  4  1*. mm, A mm.   *- --V *  Wm, and M. Burton, Stanley Gwinno  and .Tank Smith left in an eastward direction with a large oamplng outfit, on |  Tuesday.  ���������Pedlgr-MMl Airrlalo pups for sale. J.  VS.. Haydou. ������.  mtHttmm*mnim*  ������������������LADIES,  call at out" storo auA  look over our supply of McOalls pat-  | terns just roclovod.   ti. A. Bpeers.  I  TS**W***������** t^mmm^.mmm'mm,'���������m -     j*.mm, '      fltljMtA,'���������������'J$m+'mmm,  '���������    . tT\^������4> <      , OQ) O  j_j-VW^>0|   yi'cp^u   -wu    -a.xxxtoytwj *���������    vwvi    *****  A great many people not familiar with  the Sandwich Islands located in the  Paoiflo Ocean, midway betweeen Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco and Ja-  a  pan have little knowledge ot thU Island  Gem of the Paoiflo, it is a semi tropicl.  islanft Inhabited by the native Hawaiian  ... ��������� ���������   ���������    t  people known as Kanakas, they are the  greatest* natural musical people in the  Oxident, their native musio is tool naming and dreamlike and the blending of  their stringed instruments and voices ia  one of tbe nweeteHt sounds of music  ever listened to.    The company now  touring Oanada aud the United States  are only new to the pwbllo in the smaller towns; they have been a* feature on  the famous Orpheum oironit for   two  years, betoro that they were entertainers  of Royc-Iiy as children ia iho dars "rhsa  Hawalta was a Monarohy, one ot the  members S. A. Kalnna Is nephew ot the  ilate King and it ts from this they take  tlit: title et Seysity, h* ��������������������������������� **������.������-������������'>���������������������������'���������** <*  wonderful ability and his novelty ot  playing  various   stringed instrument'  ���������vrlth nn ordinary pocket knife is a feature that New York applauded more  than an? other ever listened to In a  * * .        .   .    Jt     --   -*������, A.    t    _.    V*.   J"   lA*   i **#^*4aA  4-1.       VV'*   Wil*���������    4l_     _A>  lUUtlt^J%Jl   OAJVVAV.AAAAAAAM4AV. i HC   mZS. <V SUil^i  music is unlike ours but more soft and  sweet and quite as romantic as the nm-  ���������lo ot the Bftlklrt states and Italy. Otto  Wets the manager otllhe Hawaiian* is  hUnaoltan artist of wonderful ability  on the Accordion, playltig tho oromatlo  soalo on an instrument of one set ot keys  and the rod tin*-* the music of all mittens  in n nmnnnr to call forth violvious ap������  etrumHmttmA ������v_ Piii_������ AH  *���������"���������"           ���������'"���������      -��������� ������*  /  *<-aS*������  zm  ��������� M  '-in  "'���������CM.  '���������-,"���������* I  "'It  '.ml  ��������� . ������*, **  ���������(���������j-y  M  '���������$? emmm  TTTK    ORESf ON    SEVtEW'.    Cft&RTON,    H  ^  iriiii^F������^*'ta'  _m     t���������i    gja    an    ���������i   jmi   ^k ^a   w      bb   ^__^ -*������������������.  "���������v    ���������*  By Arthur Applin  Ward,   Lock & Co.,  Limited  London,  Melbourne  & Toronto  ^  J  TO EXCHANGE  Vufomob'le. 30 Horse Power McLaughlin, first class enn-  d'ti-j'i, for i,oo>t quarter or half section of laud.  'j/'   CP li    Transc'ii'-' OIajai   title ami  bonie cash   for  wild or improved land.  Houses. feix fully modem w m' rente-d. close to center ot  ���������Winnipeg, io- sec;ion or moi'p or wild luna  Agents wanted iu eve,*y town to ������vhoni we will pay a liberal  co.ni.*lesion "or all business transacted for us. Write for our  list or, t>napa iii Farm Lands. City Trope*-*-}, and Acreage  SCOTT,  HILL AND CO.  ������>���������>   f*~m.r.A*.   T ifo   TJuiijiiner     * tVinninKirr      n.T_n  iii.   IvOiiaua    mm.x^-   fm.^...m....ty, ���������j'* !J!Il!������Hg,    J.*iaii������  ...i*v  (Continued)  You lucky people, he growled; he  gave Jim Francks a quick glance. It  seemed as 11 ne, loo, ind vU^coiOiiad  the secret of life; his well tanned face  was wreathed in smiles; he held himself erect, and in his eyes Scribner  saw the pride of a young man very.  much :n love. Yet Jim Francks  would, in p. year or two, reach the  meridian of forty.  Come and have a look at her,  Francks said, she's a little beauty.  Scribner shook his head, and his  eyes sought Iris de  Fontaigne  again.  They remained fixed on her. and for j his especial benefit;  a   moment   her  face. was   robbed   of.  its joy, for she read in Scribnef's eyes  disappointment,  jealousy  and - greed. j  In spite of his tailor, his hairdresser,  and his valet, he looked what he really  was���������a  man  who had  tasted  all  the  sweets of life and found none to his  liking;   a   man   who.   though   he  had  looked towards the stars, had let his  ieet drag through the gutters.  Your car? I suppose you mean, he  said jerkily. No thanks, I've got  a business appointment. Raising his  hat he moved quickly away.  spoke biu&quely. but his \oice %\as  soft, almost pleasant. His hands,  too, were soft but U-Ple.ii.ant. He  smelt of money.  Lovely   spring   day,    isn't    it,    Mr.  Scribner.      Won't you sit down? Been j  having any luck with the ^^^^^w^^^ on ihe Tjake ot  yDamn the horses; you know what 1 j ^onstanc-.. where there.is an annual  I want, Roberts  Thi?  was  a favour.      Once  Iv believed that trad  Children Sold  Into Slavery  Did   you   know   that  the   selling   of  Yhildren.into Aictual slavery still exists,  as a recognized institution in a civil "  i_ed community? -.-������������������../v.'  The slavery referred to is a practice.  arket for children.      They are sold  lenders were born into the world for  lately he had he-  bee!*  iarms. Here are seen boys and  girls from eleven years of age to six-,  ieen���������children, for the most. part, of  'Iyrolese woodsmen who ate driven  by sheer destitution to send their off-  a Memory Dav.cc  The first mechanical apparatus in-  *ended io preieiu rhe busy mail from  Aur&titing u:i> of'U?!������ engagements'has  -{��������� ;tist been devised by "a New York in-  ���������4-'onto'*. s^d is riifscr'bed, with illus-  tration in the Sepeiuber Popular Me-  chanio*? iMagazbie.  .. The new nieiAuj'V device is opera!ed  by a large spring, released at predetermined intervals by an ordinary  "���������jock  It is a desk fixture which keeps accurate time, and occupies a *>desR  space only Gin. in height and 8in.  ���������ong.  It  has   the  appearance  of  a  desk-  clock with three sets of pigeon-holes,  one t*eries for the months of the year,  another  for  the  days of  the   month,  and the third for each quarter of an  .lour of he day.......       ,"....  'A busy professional or businessman  ���������wishing to be reminded of something  he is to do iii the future, makes a  ���������h:emorandutn.oWt on a card and drops  it into tho ease In the pigeon-hole set  aside for that purpose.  rrNo niafter whether the engagement  Is. for a -year .vahead,: or for the next  fifteen minutes, a bell rings when that  particular tini*-*. comes and a card automat ically drops down before him.  gun   to   believe   that   they   had  created for his destruction. j  RoGbQ?rts" ~^^^  sf������."__._sr?���������ru5suS-^ l^<^r^^,~  The HoTiourablo Fred smiled grimly   at auprion antl impeded by prospect*  as he sat. iowii and pulled out his  cheque-book. Right you are. let me  give you a cheque for that amount,  but you'll have to hand me one in  exchange for three thousauu.  *ve-.'purchasers, like   s*g  many  cattle.  This year  125 boys and twenty g^iiis  wei-.e  sold.       Owing   io  the -demand  ! the market was strong;, a. sturdy lad  ! of ������������������ sixtee'i. able to swing"'tho scythe  Chinese Logic  A tourist in pricing tea in a Chin-  jtjSv stbie in Shanghai, v.*&s surprised  ''to find that he could, .purchase Jive  pounds of e. certain kind of tea for  two dollars, but that if he bought ten  pounds th'p price would be il-/e dollars.  The tourist argued with the Chinaman  that such an arrangement w*?s ridiculous, I ut the proprietor of the store  insisted that log!"* was ^n his side.  More buy, more rich. More rich,  more can pay, he explained.  It Is the duty nf every ,one ol you  to make at least one person hap-"-"  during the week, said the Sunday-  school teacher..    'Have you?  I did, sattid-Johnny uromutly.  Thai's nice.: ' And" what did you  do?  .,..���������! went to see .my. aunt and she's always happy when I go home iagain.  / NA-DRU-CO  LAXATIVES  Women's commonest ailment  -���������the root of so much of their  ill-health���������promptly yields to  the geptle but certain action  of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives.  25p. a box at your druggist's.  NATIONAL ORUQ *N") CHEMICAL CO.  Or CANADA, LtMiyct). ,  Not Accepted  %  A  t*Oo ot  professional  story-tellers-  were   !n   a   cosy  corner  Va������A.X        ttfU-XS  .I.i!,  spinning yarns.     Brown had just, told '  a   most,   unbelievable   story,   and   tli������^-  Api'bpoa ot^the quest-lou whether wt?, other two .: aticec! at each other ques-  ..���������,     -. .    ,     .. ,.  .      !     A look of genuine distress crossed , aU da-   bought *as much as S70. Some  Ins gave a little sigh ot relief when] tne   _jonevl*?nder s  kindly  face.    I-m j of t;lt. 0)t*er ^^ netted thoir parents  he had gone . afraid tha,:'s impossible, Mr. Scribner. ; $60f vvhilo gdm<? of (he tinie|. went for  You don't like the Honorable Fred, j when we advanced the last thousand ' j-^  '���������Francks smiled. > you promised��������� !    w^  ~"   '""     *  '"    "~"    - ��������� "--������      *       x. ( scribner replied testily. But!    ">*c-  X^lS^eZ rSi I ��������������������� br-- the parents that many .f  "g-ruu^ot  when she dies, j   ^^W-- ������*}������������ tZ^^.LZ^l  ytff*!  ��������� _ y    r .  titi-  I'-Vf',  't;  '"<;.'    '  IvV  Oh. yes. I do.   Iris   replied    almost  .. apologetically But    there's    some- j  '* thing   rather   queer  about   him.   isn't!  there? j  To   have   loved   you   and   lost   you j  is  enough  to   make   any   man   queer, i  ��������� Jim whispered.       He's    an    unlucky S  - chap; I bet he blames me for some of j  ��������� his bad luck.      I'll try to put him on.  ; to something good���������when I'm married..  The lovers passed on through the _  sunshine of Lhe street. Like the .  birds in the trees, who were already i  mated, they were building their nests;  buying everything that looked good in.  a��������� *f���������  ~~-. ���������   ~.:..t.   ...if**.*.   ... t~ ��������� ���������������..:c,.   -v.^.:..  ���������,Xi_lI   V^^S    >"l*_IS    "rfi^.y..,   ll_.   M.r<iii i.i,.    AAA��������� 41   ;  future home..     They had not a care;  In the world;  love    was    theirs    and  youth.  dom;  evidently the gods loved them.  I know, Scribner replied test ily. But j J���������*������^^0 * toi* H ^f S.I  the old lady won't let me have a.pen- or ot ..the diamatic.    lot    it    is    a*.en  ry .      Y  *"  probably  Sh-e's somewhere near eighty now.  Still, you owe a lot of money, Mr  Scribner.      Your creditors are gettin  ct   A^tiT.   IHipcLAiA-rUt.  winter, when, they are supposed to  : rot urn home They will have suc-  ��������� euihbed to overwork and underfeeding  ] and abusive treatment and home sick-  j ness. Every year many die off. The  Scribner lay back in his chair and j priests trv t*> control the danger by a  yawned. You know & deuce of a lot i blac!< j|st: against farmers in Whose  iibout my affairs, don't -youI ��������� .lanas slaves have died, but each year  Roberis opened his hand apologetj- j more dje  caliy.       It's my business. |     The practice  is the survival  of an  I suppose you know the income and . ancient custom.   Y  tbe debts of every other man and wo- {    . ; __ (.  u  Lfiioou.  dor.'l  you.  confound:  NEW C,P:R, STEAMSHIPS  In sj-"oahlriix''ot the��������� two hew steuin-  ships the "Empress of Itussia" and  the "Empress of Asia." which the'Oan-  adian Pacific Railway is .building for  service on the Paciiic, Ocoan between  Cninula and the Orient, a C.P.R. of-  licial remarked yesterday that ho felt  lustmed in saving --'that the two new  bonis would ho tho safest vessels  afloat.  "In pr-epariiiK-.tho plans for the new  ."Kinpresses," he remarked, "we took  ".articular care to miiKe provision for  all exigencies, and as a result the  ftoats aye as\near, to being unslnkable  should pray foi*.weather change's,' ail  amusing story; is told In. the West  Country: 'A rector >vna approached  by the church wardens of a neighboring parish Vvith a request ? that he  would ofSer up prayers for the cessation of a long spell of rain. They*-  were naturally asked why they did not  go to their ovyu rector.  ���������Tain't- no iise going to he; he's too  fond of flshin' wac the reply.  Another story on the same subject  Is that when a clcrgyinah' was asked  to pray for rain he replied:  My good rriehds, what's the use of  praying for rain whilst the wind is in  the east? ".?-..",  tionlngty,  Well, I atrsuie you,*.gt5ntlemnu. said'  Brown. If 1 hadn't seen It myself, t  shouldn't Lave brlieved It.  Ha���������li'ra���������v-ell, said one of the twe  doubtful ones, you must remember  old man, that we didn't see it.  Salford cattle market, the largest iir  the North of England, Supplies meat-  to a population of 10,000,000.  Dictated newspaper matter to a to--  tal of one thousand words has been  taken down in shorthand in five "mir.'-  utes.  as oaii. be built  The    new    "Em-!  Switzerland's Eagies  The latter-day tourist is very exact-  man  :u   iauiiuuu.  uuu i.  vou?     Look here, I must have ������thou- j  W^H-'wasTh^r-d -fre^l ^ pounds;  1 shal^et u al^ back! .  , i'vo. <r������t t-������ ���������^.->ttl*>    mv    account    wi*-h   oy guides and hotel-keepers in Swit-  But sometimes the gods grow jeal-j ������������������>   ^   Rooblns;   and   Prancks, "rland that one of the points insisted  : \* a pal  of  mine,  too, and  rve kept' J������������������������ ^  visit.or*5 is, lW th.e>'  should  ?him waiting.      They-U be closing the   b<? abJe ������*> ������ee eaSIes soaring above  i; account  or  something,  and   then   I'll  I be  in a  devil or a mess.       He's  going to get married in a couple of day*.  ous of mere mortals climbing too near  Olympus.  The Honourable Fred Scribner waited his opportunity and dived into the  office of Aaron Roberts. He tried to  look as if he were paying an afternoon j  ^iTaVd  when'Kfaer7RobV;t's7hreHa,ndfir can't SO ^JllAf ^A?^  S the firm seven hundred of the best.  cleric, held out. his ISrge coarse hand.  "he gnawed his moustache nervously  and swore under his breath. Faber j  was long and lean, the eyes and nose  of an eagle, the mouth of a ferret;  his voice was like that of a siren on  a great ship. He never spoke, he  shouted. Scribner was able to tolerate Roberts, he loathed  Faber.  How d'you do���������what can I do for  you? the latter bawled. Want to see  Mr. Roberts? He's engaged for a  moment. Come inside, he won't keep  you long.  Always is iMigased. Scribner growled: tell him I can't wait.  He won't keep you a second, Faber  shouted, handing him a copy of The  Star, which Scrlbnor promptly Hung  Into the waste-paper hasket. He walked irritably "up und down the narrow  room. It was sparsely furnished:  there was a sqnnre table, a couple of  chairs and a bureau; an odour of cigarette smoke permeated the room,' and  It seemed to r**ok of bills of sale, promissory notes, and jlost dated  cheques.  Presently the door opened noiselessly and Mr. rtohrrts himself enter-"- the  room: physically he was the antithes  His of Faber; ho wait short and fat,  clean-shaven, slightly bald, with a  found, good-humoured face. Only his  none nml his manner of speaking gave  any   hint  of  his   Semetic   origin;   he  presses" are being built with double  bottoms and watertight compartments, the latter be'^g numevous and  ciosely placed. Ordinarily.-'if a ship  s designed to fioat with only two com-  Mrtments flooded, a sufhclent. margin  of safet" is thought to have  been allowed, but- in the cases of tho  new "Empress of JFtussia" and "Empress of Asia." should four compartments be flooded they will still float,  'n the matter of safety, these are the  first vessels built to fulfill these con-  ���������litions."  It was also stated that the new  -teamships would be equipped with all  the other latest devices making for  safety, such as wireless apparatus  search lights, submarine signals? and  from the Terr moment they are assembled, the members of the crews ������  will be trained In the life saving, fire.  and other drills, which-are\i~ feature  c>f all this Company's steamships.  HAT ARE YOUR 1  IDNiEYSFOR?  *  *   ,To filter poisonous acids and waste matter from tbe  system.    What ."happens   if the   kidneys   are   oot   in  perfect condition?      They cannot   propeily    filter 'tha * I  poisons from the blood.    What then? " First backaches/ l������,  pains in th-* joints  and   muBcle*.   frequent   headaches,   S[  then .spotb  b<_ore  the eyes,   rheumatic   paiaa,    the**   B;  -b^^&^B&^SS    chronic   kidney   disease -in    which���������ai great   exoensv  S,:  ���������   .      , _- . " ''���������.|w'������"'-.'.���������,'. Y ���������**.,  -r-only temporary relief can    be   had.    FinaUv:   ca������-   S".  S���������      stant   suffeTJng.endmK, jxi   premature death. " " ������  -_-���������' a t h%& e4^?^t-'_ i?^r^ti,k^5Sf!>J,^ln*ovfSPto{ th������r unhealthy condition, is to S"  I' tefe-VDRCLAKK'S SWEET .NITRE PI LL.S. They will help tbe kianeys and kasp S  _       ..      ��������� ..         Sold everywhere at fifty cents a box or mailed direct by B|'  them heaithj' for the future,  ������ THE WARTiM, HOl-g & WTNna CO.,  aapaa  SS  Wirari-jpea, CANA9AM  msssmmmama*.  SHIP YOUR   GRAIN   TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  .  ������-inl������������t���������     Mi  yxjf^.*.,*..  Make, Bills L,a.iing read:  X'ort Arthur or Fcrt  AViUiam.   Notify "peter"janseA    fi-  Co.,   wmnlpi!*?.   ''������������������ ������������������-.-..        . * fl.  Liberal  Advances'.  the mountain-tops and lakes of that  picturesque playground of the globe-  trotterv . ��������� -���������:.'.    . '���������   ���������  Eagles, however, are not, of, an ac-  ommodating nature, and cannot easily be furnished on demand, the only  worry   v,ajr  *Q  Seclirs  their lordly presence  r    njs j being to leav-! them to their ovvn de-.  Mr.  Aaron Roberts folded his scf*.  hands together.       You needn't  i about that     he    said,    lowering    ..._.    . .���������������������������*������������������.���������������,      j������  voice.      You can keep    a    secret,    I i *'^ts' and. above all, not to interfere f  know.      He laughed under his breath.; Wl^ their .���������gpftd.at������ry PrQPeMmes by  I have so manv of yours!���������it may do| untimely   rifle   bullets   or   with   their  vou a bit of good to Tcnow that Mr. ; domestic arrangements    by    stealing  Francks will not marry the beautirul! ltl?,lr eSSs-  Miss Iris de Fontaine !     Consequently the Helvetian Govern-  " Scribnex rose to "his* feet; his lips ! ���������ent Jas resolvedI to constitute itself  curled contemptuously. He looked i lh,f. offlcial Protector ^o������ any eagles  as if he would like to have taken the j wh������ch may deign to eh.ose that coun-  moneylenoer bv the throat and flung! '���������*? tor their residence, and the nation-  h,n th'-o"^ hi** window into Bond Kal eamekeepers in charge of the. val-  Street  *='���������"" i .eys ot iviuotta, Sihi. and Bisis, which  Do you know what you're saying? he f������> the .faY������Jlte, bunting grounds of  asked, unable to disguise the curios-J ,he r^ bfirds- have-the strictest in-  *i'' ia h'������ voIcp. structions to watch over    their   com-  'Vr*. "Roberts shrugged his shoul-1 *"'-ri ��������� ' Th^ iii'e "either to be trap-  ders'.      It's my    business    to    know'  .Prompt  ���������Retwrns  ri*>������* eimmiix  I  n*:������w?s,"l'his?  -J*f>i offer Cne Hundred bollars Reword for  jSfie ol Catarrh that    csnnotL. be cured  by  "*M������rrh Cure.       ���������-:  ���������-"-';.  1 *T   i. CHENEY _ CO.. ToiedOi O.  We. the undcrslKned,  have known f. 3. Cheney, j  or the last*, ia years, aad" believe'him p^ftectly has-  arable  la  all   business   transactions and  financial!*'* I  ������������������ble to cerr** out any.Qbllffatlons made by fill* firm.- ���������. I  " "WaLmsg. kwrwAN &. Marvin,--  ���������������������������������������������. Wholesale DrugRlsts. Toledo. O.  Hall's Catarrh Cere 2s taken internally, odtog  directly upon the blood-and mucous surfaces ol tt*  syutem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents SSI  bottle.   Sold by all Druggists.  Tate Hall's Family PlUs for constiTjitioa  Mt������re About  ped nor shot at, and the Treasury un  everyone's business. You're an old dertakes to pay for all damages com-  client of mine. Scribner, or I wouldn't ""^...^ the, kh,f8 of th? a}f-'The  tell yon. I know that you've always r,rst ViU ,bas,alrea^ ���������me \n for four-  been-lntereated-ln Miss de Pon- i ; ef������ %������ >\ four. f eeP. and one cat���������  iaigne. It's an extraordinary thing |,otal $*������> but history sayeth not. how  you never humoured your aunt by Pone a periocV this list covers, nor for  marrying;    marriage   settlements are j ho���������. ms^y. <*aK*es. ,     ,  very useful you know. Thore would I The decision of the Government  bo no chance of Lady Mary Scribner's I wiu certainly be approved by all bird-  money going to anyone else then, and j 'ove}'B- a.,ld nrf and foremost by the  you could borrow from nme to any ea-e������ themselves, who may be ex-  ���������mount h ected  very quickly to  find  out the  a When'I want your advice on matrl-   ,avors 'h������yt en?Py a"d to ,nv"e trie}^  y.   The Retort  Wife���������It makes me so unhappy to  think that I have married a fool.  Hnsband-T^-Doh't worry, about, that!  Only a fool voul_ have married you.  A Compliment Analyzed  Marie���������Hans   says  I  grow   prettier  'very day.������  Gretchen���������How horrid of him.  Marie���������-1 don't See that. '  Gretchen���������Lqolc   what  a  fright  he  makes out vou*ivere at the start.  mohy I'll ask for it, Scribner growled.  But you don't know what you're talk-  iAig about. Why, I met them just  now���������Miss de Foutaigne and Prancks  1 moan. The wedding takes placo on  Friday. Who the devil's going to  stop it? Why, Francks is prutty well  a millionaire    now,    and  persecuted brethren from north, south  nnd east to share ln the paternal protection of Helvetia.  The Best Treatment  for Itching Scalps  and Falling Hair  . .4    lMt,.ll.W    4**  **-..,   ������4Ml1n  tirevent dry, thin uml full'i'tr hair, remove  rruHtM, WHlrri uml 'I������u<Uu(T. aiid prom(jte tlie  crowth ���������ud beauty uf ������li������ bau, the (oaowin-*  ���������prclal treatmt>nt U roont e.ttteUvct. aifreeable  and e������'onoin|4������l. Ou reilriuc. comb the hair  out utralrlit all around, llien be-rbi at'llm Aide  and make a paitlu','. ������ently rut������bln������ Cutlrura  'tintnunt Into the purilnr with tMofwl  nannel h**ld ovrr tbo nul of ilm finger. Anoint  additional p������rilf������if������ about half nil. Uicli apart  until lhe wliolo;irali������ti*'ili*-rri Ir4������alt4d, lhe pur-  Vtiem belnir to un the f'litlcura ointment on t h-j  ���������rulp ili-iii rutlirr tliun on the hair.   11 * wil  ������������,   v.������~<.������   m "������w.f   rni/^niii������  ii<imr   tlin   liitji"   1(4  -"    1'*"." ���������'..-'���������     '   li,     ....   X......   ..r...,1.1m   .-fnlri "I  flrt  lllliiril   uiai   )iim...'     ,- ������������������ ��������� ��������� ������������������       ,    " '   '  tiejrt mnrnliic, .'<liaim><>n with Cuticura ������oap  4U..-J U.'it wntrr. simnifrfwia al������n������s mtiv Im  lined a* ofti-n ���������"������ aurri-altle, but 4-trw <������ or  twice a inontli In -r-'lierally ���������umci.iii fur  this *"rwrUl treatin^nt for women m l-.ah . N"l-  wltlwuuniltnu Ciittciif a miap and oli.'iiu M t: *,  wnlil e'/i-rvwlieri'. tl������<>������M������ wliihtnf to try thin  muHiiinu ...*- .... <������������������'���������"-!-"������������������_, ������_������i ?, ,,-'  ������������������o.iinr tn "rutl^ira." fKep*. a%4. ������le������it'-'*i, V.  H. A., for * f'���������������" fifiupm iii ni.., ������������������.������. ������.-i. ������.. .  olntaieut, wiih a>p. hook on akin, and hair.  jcars ago ho wasn't worth a penny.  Exactly, the moneylender said quie'l-  ly, nnd it's two or threo of these pennies that he wasn't worth which will  ; slop the wedding.  He walked across the room and look-  od out of the window down Hond  , otroet; hi������ watched the wealth of tlu'  1 world tlo-wlng up and down, and a  j jL, leu in of .uiger lit his eyes. Though  ; ie pretended nor, to notice tho con-  ! ������������������'���������mptiiou'* way SorUtnor trcntr-d him.  ! he felt it none* the less. lt waa Mu*  I way all his cliontfi, who were not of  ��������� j the very humblest, treated him. Hi*  j was only a monoyIciuU'r. lie sold  : A,old, and fools paid that they might  , sQiuinder He watched the fools  ! 'iimyliio .In I Ii i: : troi-t hf-low, and In !  i itin h(-ari lu* euvlod them a Uttlo, IIIh  .iand wuh. againn': ovory man and  tnan'A hand was against him. And  so he tooii a secret pioiifturo when ho  f-nw thou'*- mon who camo to him for  "iclp downed by ������ti unexpected blow  fiom llfo Ho, tho Jew, was hated  by tho Oontllcfl���������and It was good when  hf Raw ���������< Oonfllo lying brokon and  iiW.4A.ntit> ui bin fi-'ol .  I! In ono timui'oim-ut; the only uul in-  f.ioi.lou  ho  poittiOHriod   In  tho gaiilo  lio  played.  You lui'iw whul you're Haying, don't  It   Rubs  Pain  Away.���������Thero  Is no  liniment ,:o efficacious ln overcoming  pain as Dr. Tbo mas' Electric Oil. The  tweniy-llvo. hand   :.hat  rubs  it.  in  rubs  the  pain  away and on tliR account there la no  preparation that stands so high in  public esteem. There Is, no surer  jmln-killc- procurable, as thousands  can attest who have used it succcss-  ���������'���������.illy in treating many ailments,  Minard's Liniment for male everywhere  .   A Moving Story  A debate was overheard between'  some working me. as to whether it  was cheaper to move or to pay rent.  Opinion being about equally divided.  they referred the question to the oldest man they knew.  Is it cheaper to move or to pay rent,  Bill?  Said he: Well, mates, ye see I ain't  exactly in a position to say. I've  always moved.  The Last Asthma Attack may really  bo the last, one tf prompt measures  'ire taken. Dr. J D, Kellogg's Asthma Remedy will  safeguard you.      It  will penetrate to the smallest hronchI.nl  passage i.nd bring about a healthy  condition. It always relieves and its  continued use often effects a, permanent euro. Why not get this long-  famoufl remedy today and commence  ) its use?     Inhaled as smoko or vapor  l!l   Is equally offect.lvo.  i The Loadinsr Fiatfdrm 1  "���������' '���������:,      ���������   tititi' Zti-ti'ti;'- ^ I  .'lhe present generation of������������������ Western farmer-; will never know the- m  difficulties ani vexations experienced by- thei>* nred-cesaors in the B  earlier years .when no one could get a carload of grain shipped in 5  bulk except by loading it through an elevator The system forced . W  the majority of farmers to sell their grain to th������ elevator owners S  at arbitrary prices, and-oft" times-...to submit to heavy dockage* and g  other anno-yances,-cau3ihg continual dissatisfaction. Now, however, g  the-dJstriburion of, cars as fixed by the Grain Act and the use oi the 'm  loading platform, jirovide faciliti :s which enable 'the farmer to secure ���������  satisfactory: treatment, in the disposal of his'grain, and the ��������� highest ���������  market price3 at time of sale. Svery farmer therefore, should more ���������  and more endeavor to use tlie loading platform ii. shipping his grain |  to the' terminal elevators. It is the safeguard 'of the farmers' free-. < -;���������  dom in dis prising of his grain to the best advantage for himself. If  farmers* refrain from using the loading plntform freely, it might result in its. .being-done, away with, because railway companies and  elevator owners are strongly opposed to.it. It i������ easy to understand  why elevator people desire the loading platform abolished. The railway people 01.their part say It delays the loading of cars and helps to  ensure car shortage. This we know u be nonsense, because-fre-  ' ot'ontly af'ft!* fsra sre loaded, whether with grain, coal, lumber, or  other merchandise, they are sid*rtracked for days and even weeks  instead of hoing promptly moved forward to destination. - It Is engine  shortage -ind whortago of competent train men that mostly causes  grain blockaies on railways and not lack or carts. Let every farmer  therefore, do all he can to use the loading platform and become an Independent shipper. In aubsejiuent advertisements we will state In  detail the -lavings and other advantages of direct loading Into cars:  compared 'with loading through elevators. ���������?  "We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make liberal  a advances, on ..car bills of lading, supervise thy gpding atY'tlnie ftars  aro inspected, secure tr.p highest prices at. time   of   sale   and    ntmko  prompt, rohi.-is when  sold.    Write us for shipping'Instructions and  market information.  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  1  foal exported from the I.Tnltod Kingdom last year oxoooded Rixty-foin* and  a half million tonR.  What's tli'it big iron thing*/ asltou  Laura.  Locomotive holler, replied Tom.  Aftev a niometi^'a ailonoo Laura In-  ci uirod:  Why do thoy boll locomotives?  To make 'oni tender, Raid Tom.  Within a period of firty years the  population of tho Unltod StatcB has  increased fl.10 per cent.  W.  N.   U.  WO  i you? .Sci'lbnor crlod, touching him on  , iii*-' arm again.  Tho monoylnndor nlowly turned. I'll  , ii-ar  up  ymir "Id   note  and   i-lvo  ,v<>u  ,i  nos/ one,  :it. hIx  monMin.,  for���������'���������(hroo  'lioiiHtind pnundH,  Ami wliiii ilii I ������cl out nf that?  ,       A   ',','.!]:���������   fhotj'io  f(������r   ll   tlioiiHlltiil.  I     ft'tt i'dIiIioiv, Horlhnoi* growled.  | (To   he  ("oniliinoil)  J C^ri You See the Point?  '     s'li"   nniirliu'i    Huv.   what   town   \n  IiIh','  I  I *" ' l,   11.11     I,        I * t.A *A J, '.   V.'.U.    ....,..), ������,.  | i liurndny''  ,     Slur    Wi'diii'iiiiaV  j      Jt*.     Will   ,  ,'*uo"fi  Ii'h  London.  So you woro hound and gagged by  Imndltfl while'In Itnly, wero you? asked a sarcastic mnn of a friend who  . had travelled.   ,   Regular comic-opera  b;iiiilll:', eh?  1     No,  biiIfl  tho  othor,  there  was no-  | llilii'; of tho comlc-opcm  ntyle about  j them.      Tho gags thoy used wero all  rii'W.  Fltajones���������Did you go to the theatre last evening, Percy?  Do Brown���������No, I attendod n. idoight-  of-hnnd   nerfnrmanco,  Klte'JoneH^Whoro?  Do nrown���������I wont to call on MIrb  do S my tho nnd offorod hor my hand  but sho BlighU-d It.  If you worn a young man In the  bloom of honhh, hnndHomo. of rnbiiHt  phyKlqtie, oiilt.itrod, pohhohhoiI of llvo  tiillllou doliiirrf, and niiiiiurrled, wlun  would  yon *lo'.* iiHks the C'hloa������o Trl-  IIUHV We     uoull'il'l.   du      .1       Ij'.il.l.li  :inng.   j   Bnltlmoro. Md., Nov. 11, 11)03.  ���������'ilnard'n Liniment Co., Limited .  SIra.���������I came across a bottle of your  MINARD'iS LINIMKNT in the handfl  of one of the students at tho tTnlver-  tdty of Maryland, and he being no  kind as lo lot. mo nso It for a vory  bad sprain, which 1 obtained In training for foot, races, and to say that It  nelped me would ho putting It vory  mildly, rind T therefnro auk If you  would lot mo know of one nf your  agents that Is closest to Haltimoro  <���������(> that I may obtain Home of it.  '"hnnking you lu advance r remain,  Yourn truly,  VV. C.  MoCI.Trc.VN.  14 m.  T'oul stroot,  Oaro Oliver Tvpewrlter On.  IYS.���������Kindly answer al once.  701-703 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG, CANAtfA.  During a discussion or the fltnonH of  t.hitiK'H In general. HOmeone asked:--  If a young man  takos IiIh boot girl  to tho griit."d opera, upends fifteen h!)|I-  linjrs on a m'iim������<'|' nfior tho pcrform-  A Toronto woman who purslstod In J nneo,  and  then  takes her homo Jn a  living   liixloabM   though   nhe   hml   no ! laxl-rnh. I'hou'i.    ho    UIhm    her    rood  ' ii ml m wild which to pay for* thoui wnm night?   ,     '  loi'lHK'tt a   iiiii'-.i.tc  l������y  Uio uiimii.ii.il'.'      Aii.   oiii   imciti'ioi    ������im   wad   L>n:i.uun  I*!..   .'., ���������'.',,   ',.', ������.;-.;���������"..-. frcr.' *������������������.���������*��������� **���������-������r*��������� '���������* :��������� ��������� "   "  jillokly an (iohhIIiIo Ih not <W|donc<' of  in.-.anlty;   It   ludlcati:;:. uoiind   ooniiroin  ll   IIHO.  AD     I     Mt H_Bi    I     I  Bkl __f  Royal Mail Steamships  FALL AND WINTER SAILINGS  MONTREAL   TO  Liverpool  Victorian   .  Oct.  10  Tunlelort ...  .    "      18  Vlrfllnlan   .  .    "      24  Coralcan    ,.  Nov.    1  Vlctorlcir)   . .  ���������'         7  TunlBlan   ,,  "������       16  Virginia*)  ..  "      21  CHR1  ncduci;d  n.4c Tlcl  MONTREAL TO  GLASGOW  Grampian ..  Pretorlan ..  Hoaperlar* .,  Scandinavian  Grampltin ..  Pretorlan ..  Hesperian  MONTREAL TO  LONDON  ���������Ototlan   ,.  ..   Oct.  13  Ionian   ..  *.  20  Luke Erie  it  2T  Corinthian  Nov,  3  Sicilian   . .  k  10  Scotlan  .,  <       n  1T  Ionian   ..  ti  *.  24'  I  Au   old   i>i'i:in-mi  I don't think nlin ntigtit to wxpcot  It, Heeiroi to mo he haa done enough  for hor.  Oct. 12  " 10  " 28  Nov.   2  " 9  " 10  " 23  CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS  on Sal-" November 7th, to Dcccrtibcr 31_t.  Special Christmas Sailinys "*  MONTREAL TO MONTREAL TO  GLASGOW LONDON  Pretorlan   ..   Nov. 16 Qcotlan   ,..,   Nov. 17  HeHperltin ..     "   . ���������Ztt lonlain   ....       "24  "VICTORIAN," to Liverpool, froni 8t. John  December   0  "GRAMPIAN," to Liverpool, from St.   John            ������������������        |2  "flCANDjNAVlAN," to Ola-irjow, from' PorMand          "        12  LAKE n/tii.,    iu iiMi/ii., Mud Liiiidi.it, i"iv.i Ci    Jala'. ....        "        12  RATES Or  PASSAGE  RrtST   CLASS $80.00 upwa-d������  SECOND   C .ASS $-17.00      "  THtRtyCLASS $31.2B      '*  Auk any UTiilwuy or RioantHhW) Agont for rofii-rvatlon of Uorthn and  lui'tlioi' pai'ti-Hiiuru,  ���������**'    "  *' ,*��������� ? * ,*, *'  3G4, Main St , Wlnnlpea.  MONTREAL TO  LIVERPOOL  Tunisian   ..    Nov. 15  Vlrolnlan   ..    "      21  Ganenul Northwestern.Aount  v.  mmmmmmmmmmmummmmmm^mm  MM  iS_a������i������ga������a������^  mm^m.vmmmmam**tr i twmmm.m,illmi n. ���������.<.mm.���������mm~-...mu*m���������Wnit ,������,lm.,lu*.,mi,Mil,m>*iimm<m*H^mmm*mmmm)m*mwi.U ���������*m*mm*m.mmmtmnm>*mmtUmtmmimmmmitamaaammmmmmmmlmmmam^  iimaammamtmmmm^^ gggjgg  ,'f .     f   -������   " 'J >     ,  ���������' _���������    ���������"   ',, ���������������������������-*.   I1"..    *  THE    CRESTON \ REVIEW,   .GRESTON,    B. 0.  " -j-���������": \3C^5-3*^MsES  v        ��������������� t - ^1-? J "Tv "Lflji/^- EBB  \ws ������a/-a_s_���������  "-' 2L,:?''F(,!&\  I?  ���������J-       4"  '���������"Y'ttl  SUFFERERS FROM PILES  4?  a  . Zam-Buk II ���������_ Cared Th2se!  Friciion on the   hemorrhoid    vein's  .Contagious . i A'Slight Mistake  The prrtty young matron having I There l������ a railroad out in' Colorado,  come, unexpectedly into the nursery,, according to the- story pf a Western  found' her youngest, the blue-eyed' traffic manager, which seems unable1  Solden-hal_red Irene, in tears, 'andj to form anything, like an intimate ac-  Smifklns, the nurse, vainly endeavor-1 quaintanceshin between its tiains and  ing to comfort her. l (tie advertised sohedulfes.      Its trains  Glass Flowers a  Ih the University Museum of Har-,  vard is a collection of plants modelled in glass. It is a wonderful collection iboth in size and in the beauty  and accuracy of the work. It Includes' flowering plants, from the sini-  .a,hat are rwollen. inflamed and gorged j     Why,   what's   the   matter  with   my j are so proverbially late that there is ' plest to tbe most elaborate and com  -������vita bioo*-^ is-w i&. causes the terrible j -,vee pet? asked' tho fond mother, tak-' a m!ld   celebration   everv   time   one | plex, being done in the natural  col-  ...i-r'������i���������-_������������s.h*'..BH   M",*,,n-'   ���������***.������������������   --ui   -u���������   -*- ���������   *-a~   v.     reaches its terminal on time- : or of the, particular flower modelled.  A   few   weeks   ago   the   word   was   with buds, leaves and stems.  'pairr^,1nd'."fthi'gl-h_X*and   smarting   of. ing  the  agitated   child   into her  em  "piles.   " gj^nnBuk applied at night will h race       What's maminie- darling cry-  jbe found,J&. glve:ease before morning.   ing fcr? *,,  ii*i,������.._ ������ri_ nf novthtia    imvo    rivovfit       she's  cross, miim,    explained    the  I Wf* f"\ 1_ e\ *%m^m m mm t*. T.        .mm ^mmmt ^1 ������rt * I- 1 hf \\   r*xw%- fy/������  Thousands of persons    have    proved  -rhis?;-u.yVl.y n.oXb'e guided by the ex-  '���������erlenbe ������_ oUiers?.  Mr. '���������'uiJinas Pearson; of Prince Al-  Di-rt,   Sask., -writes"   "I   must  thank  -vou for "he 'henefl- I "have received  from Zarfi'BuK.- Last summer I suf-  lered greatlv from piles. 1 started  to use Zam-Buk and,found It gave me  cllef. so \ continued it, andyUfter using thiee tr four boxes I am pleased hart ,ern>cr not  to say It Las    effected    a    complete   %CTy catchin*.  ���������f.ure." " ���������  Mr.  G.   A.  Dufresne.    183-185    St,  Joseph Street,  St.   R.och, Quebec.  P.  tQ., write*,     "i can highly recommend  .Kam-Br.k to everyone who suffers from  plies." -    '.  Mag.strate    Sanford;    of    Weston,  jving's   Co .   X.S.,   says,:   "I   suffered  jong *rom Itching piles, but Zam-Buk  \h.tfS now <ured me/'  Mr.  Wiiiiam'Kemy, of Upper Nine  Mile  nivi-r   Hants Co.,   N.S.,  says:  *"I suffered teirlbly from    piles,    the  jiain at t.me** being    almosi    unbearable.      I ;rled various olntmcnfs, hut  everything I Tied failed to do me the  slightest good.      I was tired of tryiug  .arious   remedies,   when   I   heard   of  -i4am-Buk   ard   thought as?  a  last   re-  -.source'l tv-iild give this balm a trial.  - \fler a vi-ry short tfme Zam-Buk ef-  -fected a ".-mplpte cure."  Zam-Buk Is also a sure cure for skin  / Injuries i-nd diseases, eczema, ulcers,  ���������s-aricos-o veins, cuts, burns, bruises,  -chaps, cold sores, etc. 50c. box from  iill druggists and stores, or post free  -from Zan.-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  Refuso harmful imitations.  Try ZamBuk Soap, 25c.  tablet.  nurse, because I- wouldn't let .hor go  passed about the -little town that No  2 would get '.n on time, and there was  s  big crowd at the station  to the Brown's birthday paity across   generous citizen provided quantities of  the way.'      .,- I red fire, and set it off along the track.  Oh, I quite rorgct that invitation,  said the mistress" but why is Miss  Irene not to go?  Because, mum. the Browns 'avp sot  charades,  st*  Miss  Bella  says, and  I  wasn't  sure* whether  Miss   Irene   'a--*  Some things is so  I THE LIBERIA* HOTEL i s  715 MAIN ST., WINNING  A tew doors ������outh of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $..50 to $2.00 per day  Weddlng-Ring Lore  In the I^o"of Man the wedding ring  was formerly ufsed^as an instrument  of torture. * Cyril Davenport, in his  book on Jewellery, remarks that, there  once existed a custom Ih that island  according to which an unmarried girl  iv ho had been offended by a man could  bring him to trial, and If he were  found guilty she would he presented  with a sword, a rope, and a ring.  With the.sword she might cut off  his head, with the rope, she might  hj-ng him. or with the ring she might  marry him. It is said that tbe lat-  trr punishment was invariably inflicted.  The wedding ring was anathema to  the early Puritans, who regarded person?; adornment as one of tbe many  snares of Satan. In the old English  ���������"���������'aT*--*-''?"-' pAirvic^ it was the custom  foi the bridegroom to put the ring on  the thumb ut the bride, saying*. In  the name of the Father; then on the  the next finger, saying: and the Son,  and then on the second finger, saying:  and of the Holy Ghost; finally on the,  third finger, with*1 the  word Amen.  The ring was left there, because, as  the Saium ruberie says,, a vein proceeds thence to the heart. In the  modern marriage service the ring is  aced at once upon ihe third finger,  i the   invocation   Lo   Lhe  Trinity   being  understood  What's fhe celebration? the conrtuc  tor asked when he jumped, off at the  station.  Train actually got in on time! ox-  plained the crowd.  Put out your fires, the conductor  snorted. Don't you know that we're  just twer-ty-four hours late?  . Merchant (to clerk)���������Thi3 won't do.  Every time you see a 6 you call it  a 2. Whet is the matter with you,  near sighted?  Clerk���������K'o   sir.       It'  habit.      I  used  to  work in a ladies  shoe shop  A  a ii������ai\fi.L  HEALSN  SALT   RHEUM     OF     TEN     YEARS'  STANDING'HEALED  AS   IF   BY  MAGIC  J  Cuisine unexcelled  1   u������4> nnd cold wijter (n every room 5  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  Ai!  Outside  Rooms .  ^MLS^MSSMffiiSSa  An Imaginary Loaf   -  AJ the ration store of   ones of   our  Irish regiments. Mikp Raffrrty, an old  soldier, was engaged in handing the  oaves of bread to the elderly men in  their turn.      Suddenly ho turnc.  to  the quart'ermastpr and with a twinkle I  /in his eye said���������  'Av ye plaze, sor, there's a loaf short.  ������\ who'll I give it to?  -. I     Keep lt yourself,  Mike, replied the  quarter-master.  0!  HV���������  m**x*mi.mMi&3M*!*Jimtmil&g%Sm:  Are the be������* ever made and are guaranteed to g������va you satisfaction. At  ������.U dealer-:, or send us 25 cents Btat>  fner stv ������ and rslze'rerjulred  The Arlington Co., et Canada,  Lid-,  SS Fraser Ave., TerontQs Ont.  ������K_a_-������  BUTTER  Ai) 'arocers 25c. ib.  Tin  *_* _ W PITH ������������*������������<*'> -������?rapidly upproachitie.  ���������V**1!" S V" J-Javo ���������,��������� Jceiu J where t*  market your collecrionii. ; -       ,       ,-  Torbnto ������lhe cluef Fur manufactunna Optra or Canada. Do burinew direct and tret the full value' (or your  ���������Vin������.   . '     . ��������� ���������������������������������������������������  Prompt cash for your conttgnmenta. laroe or .mall  Write now for our trade new* tetter lo be iwued toon  AcHrca WAGNER; BRASIER & CO.. Dept. C.  80 Front SI.. East. Terb������t������. OaUrio  Through indiscretion in eatingsgreen  fruit in summer many children become  suhject to cholera morbus caused by  irritating acids* that act violently on  rhe lining of the intestines. ��������� Pains  and .dangerous purgings ensue and the  uelicate system of the child suffers un-  _er the 3raifi. ' In such rases the  safest and surest medicine is Dr. .T.  D. Kellogg's, Dysentery Cordial. It  will chpek the inflammation and save  the child's life.  DEHORN VOUR CATTLE  Wonderful how It improves  tbem'. Heifers develop into  better milkers. Stc-ers fatten  (.uickcr. .,".������������������  KEYSTONE DFjHOUNEta  does It. Cuts clean���������hurts  HtttP���������docs not bridge flesh  or crush bone. Write for  free   booklet.  R.   H.  MleKtSNNA,  519   nobf-rt   St.   Toronto,   Ont.   Mention  this   paper.  Mabel���������So you have broken off the  engagement. Have you returnod his  ring? ���������  Amy���������-Why no! Tho,t wouldn't he  reasonable. Of course, I have  changed my opinion of George, hut x  udmlro the,ring as much as over.  The Good-Night Message  The evening callers were charting  gaily with the Kinterbys when a patter of little feet was heard from the  head of the stain*. Mrs. Kinterby  raised her nana, warning the others  to silence.  Hush, she said softly. The children are going to deliver their .goodnight message.:" It always gives me  a feeling of reverence to hear them���������;  -they are so much nearer the Creator  than we are, and they speak the love  that is in their little hearts never so  fully as when the dark has come.  Listen!       '������������������'���������'  There waB a moment of tense silence.      Then-  Mamma,   came  the   message  in   a  shrill whisper.      Willy found a bedbug!  Hands Cracked, so Could not Work-  Cures  Effected  by  D! CHASE'S OINTMENT  It does not take long for Dr. Chases'  Ointment .o prove its magic healing  power. A. -single night is often sufB-  dent to produce the most startling results.  Internal treatment for skin diseases  is nearly always disappointing. By  ������������������Applying Dr. Chase's Ointment- to th3  diseased parts relief is obtained almost immediately, and gradually the  sores heal up and disappear. Here  ������������������re two letters 'which will interest  you:���������  Mrs. C.ias. Gilbert, Haystack, Pla-  c-mtia Bay. Nfld.. writes:���������"I was a  sufferer frdm Salt Rheum for ten  years, ancf had about despaired of ever  j being cured, so many treatments had  bailed. Reading* of the wonderful  cures effected by Dr. Chase's Oint-  .oenx, I commenced using it, and was  -nMrely cured by eight boxes. I  ���������vanf to express my gratitude for Dr.  Chase's Ointment and to recommend  ,t to all sufferers."  Mr. Stdrtley Merrill, Delaware, Ont.,  writes:���������"I^or years I was troubled  with my hands cracking, often hecom-  ing so sore, that I could hardty do  ���������tiiy work I got some of Dr. Chase's  ."intment, and happily find that" one  or two applications of same to* the  affected i-arts\ make them well. .1  Have had no trouble since using the  ������������������intment for sore hands.  Dr. Chase's Ointment. 60c. a box, at  all dealera, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  limited, Joronto.  This fs known as" the Ware collection. The plants were modelled by  Some Leopold Blasehka, founder of the art  of modelling specimens in gluss. He  ���������was born May 27th. 1822. in Aicha, a  town in* Northern Bohemia. His  father was a mechanician in electrical apparatus and an artificer in glass.  Leopold began work as a goldsmith,  devoting himself to cutting and setting precious stones, hut later changed to metal and glass work.  In 1843 he - made a voyage to the  United States In a sailing vessel, making drawings of marine invertebrates  which he collected and from which he  constructed ia T853 the first glass  I models foi the Natural History Mus-  s  a   matter  of t earn 'of' Dresden These    attracted  wide notice, and were the beginnings  of a business that was limited only  because he employed no assistant but  his son.  Rudolph, the son, born Iji 1857, was  educated to be a naturalist, and readily entered into his work wlh his  ftther They studied and made 'irorj  o*- of marine form in glass, which  have been sought by collectors and  are treasured in museums.  In 1834 Leopold made models ot  plants in flower. In 1862 he had  completed a collection of about sixty  ppecimens oi orchids modelled in  glass.  In 1886 the Blaschkas were-induced  to resume the consruction of plants  in flower They also constructed  models for zoology. ��������������� Since 1890 all  their time has been.given to flowers.  They used only, fresh material so had  to obtain it close at hand from the  ivighborlng greenhouses and gardens,  drawing from- the Royal gardens of  Caxony and Dresden. America ���������was  drawn upon, plants being sent to be  cultivated in the garden of the Blasehka studio.  In 1892.' Rudolph Blasehka went io  America to study" the flora. He made  a most, thorough study of plants as to  color, also made microscopic drawings of details and of species, and  took hack specimens preserved in alcohol aad dried for study. He made  "ollections fromjall parts of the _oun-  Irv, even to the Pacific Coast. During  a second journey ln 1895 he was called home hy the death of his father.  The son is still living hut so far has  not disclosed the secret of of making  t,Iass models from plants, and if he  does not before his death the art will  pass away.  CONTASNS   r**JO   ALUM  CONFORMS TO THE  HIGH STANDARD OF  GiLLETT'S   GOODS  illiilllllllllllllllllliillliii^  Not Yet  The General was Inspecting a regiment of Territorials, the Colonel of  which was a notoriously had horseman. As the band struck up the  march-past the Colonel's horse plunged  violently, and the officer waSi nearly  unseated. Every man in the leading  company was very interested in his  efforts to retain his seat, with the result that the front rank became bunch-  6a up and radly cut of line.  Base off there, shouted the Captain  angrily.  .  He ain't, replied a laughing recruit,  but I'll bet he won't keep on for another two minutes.  Composer���������What  do  you  think  ot  my new song?  Critic���������It needs ventilating.  Composer���������Needs ventilating?  Critic���������Yes, the air is bad.  ��������� Nil ^it\^^V_ff<_K_>S'_H  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  -Your worship, she  the face with her  That cut was caused  Complainant-  struck me    in  clenched fist,  by her ring.  Migistrate���������Where did she get the  ring?  Complainant���������T gave it to her. It  was our -engagement ring.  Magistrate-*���������The prisoner is discharged. That is clearly a case of  contributory negligence.  *^  )  Nearly all children are subject to  worms, and many are born with them.  Spare them suffering hy using Mother  ^raves' Worm Exterminator, the best  remedy of .;he kind that can be had.  Last night my wife and myself had  the inoht foolish squabble of our married career.  What was the subject of your dispute?  How we would invest our money if  we had any. .���������"���������������������������...  "A pet cat belonging to Miss Christie Macdonald, the actress, has bee.i  given a remark*..-Ic funeral. ��������� Tha  ca.:. which was named Pro*w, went to  f-leep in the actress's .triink, and somebody shut down the lid-with the result  ���������hat The animal was suffocated. The  actress ordered a rosewood and 3l!ver  coftin, $5'<0, from a firm of undertakers i-n New.York, afld in this the cat  was buried.  SIX YEARS USE OF  BABY'S OWN TA1LETS  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets she will always use them as  iong as there are little ones in the  ''louse. They are absolutely safe and  never fail to cure constipation, colic,  indigestion or the many other bahy-  .locd'and childhood ailments. Concerning them Mrs. E. Simmons, Hamilton. Ont., says: "I h'ave not been  without Baby's Own Tablets for six  years. I have given them to my  chree little ones and find them excellent during teething and at other  limes." The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cehts a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. '  Sign V/as Effective  The residents of one of the  small  California   towns   near   Los   Angeles  were annoyed at the constant speeding of motor .drivers over the goc^  roads  of that*section,  and   so,  after  losing several chicker.s and dogs under the  wheels of passing cars, they  made a protest by erecting a sarcastically worded signboard, reading���������  Slow down to 65 miles.  Many a driver who would disregard  ihe   ordinary  caution  to  run   at the  legal rate of twenty miles an hour  Is forced to grin at the humour of this  appeal and proceed at a more reason-  \ble speed.  in the "barn.  You can't prevent  Spavin, Ringbone,  Splint, or Curb from  putting your horse ia the barn but jrou  can prcrcnt these troubles from keeping  norsea iu the barn very long. "Vou can get  KENDj4LLjS S  SPAVIN CURE        |  | and eure. all such ailments.   For^svestrs, g  ��������� Kendall's Spavin Cure has been Uie horse- 5  j B man's standby. g  iAtn.TSvrivt.E, Ont. March 34th, 191a. ���������  "I have used Kendall's Spavin Cure for S  over 14 years curing two Bog Spavins, one ���������  Curb, one Bone Spavin and a Ringbone���������aU |  ��������� bad cas^s.   Vour medicine ia the best m the 9  S -world." JOS1AK KEUICJC |  Price $1  per bottle-?-  bottles fc.   Asfe ���������  druggist for free  book  " _re������tii* on the  Horse" or write direct to us 75  I  SJ?������ S* _- K������s������J������Il Csi������a������������_������*_r  Eaomhxtrg Falls, Vermont, U. S. A. *  -4   You ought to Wear  Mrs, Groeh-r-You spolco Just now of  riocial 'tact. Precisely just, whut do  . you mean?  Mm}., Wyno���������By social tact I jnean  getting familiar with all florts of people without lotting them sot familiar-  ���������with ynu.  Young Wife (pro������iily)r--AIfrod aJ-'  wuys Hiiytr thero'H no cooking Mice  mine.  ITi.iol!' firiiHtj*. (with a' dladnlnftil  MulliO���������-Doiiw hu? Woll, ho "a about  right thuro, poor chap.  *r*rsrrs=r  60c, a box or. 'jiU boxea tor 52.50,  nt ������|| dealer*, 01* The Dodda Medl-  I  cine Company,  Limited, . Toronto, I  For some time in Vienna street savings hanks have" been iu vogue with  considerable success. These savings  banks are an adaptation of the penny-  ln-the-slot machine. Anyone passing  wishing to deposit a small i-uun dropt*  his money Into the slot. Instead of  receiving hon-bono or chocolate in return, he gets a ticket for the coin deposited. The tickets are later honored on presentation at. a Government  Department.. Encouraged by ?the  success of the Vienna experiment the  people of Parlfl aro to Introduce the  same system Into their streets.  diiiiaiiii w'Ai,mnw m_    1   Ke Scored With the Report  There its a story told ol' R.-vC. Hamilton, the onco Glasgow Hangers' famous centre-forward, whon bis "team  woro playing a holiday mat,ch In,tho  North or Scotland. The"'Rangers'  team had a regular day out, as ono  might. Hay; all tlio forwards scoring  with.the exception of Hamilton. Under thofllV clrcuniHiancoH tho team un-  anlmoutlTy soloctoil Hamilton to wrlto  an account, of Iho mutch, us-his vor-  nlon.would he thn moat unbiased.  Thoy wore a hit taken back to road  when .tho. report appeared in print,  to,tho effect, that no-and-Ho ncored  i'oalB for tho Ttangors, tho entire credit of which was duo to the admlrahlo  puuHing oi Iliuiiilluu!  A Lightship has JUat heon placoil In  commlaalon in Germany that Is provided with a complete onulpmont of  Uio nioat liuidi'iu dt'vicot, lor aiding  nnd warning marlnors. Tn placo of  thn old-fashioned maHl-houeoiiH, Iho  vohboI carrlen a alnglo powerful electric light sot on top of a hollow mant  or shaft, through which tho light can  ho. readied ln stormy'weather. The  lightship hitfl wlrelmifi tflor������rnpli and  fog ami Hubmnrlno algnnlH, Dleaol nil-  onginoa run a dynajno, and two large  accumulator hattorlon ntnro tho electric  i-.uiiuiii Tut 1 jiiuja,..in':.v w.h.'. Thu iitiV.  vonaol ia 150ft. long and 2r>rt. wldo.  It will he I'tatlonr-d near the .shallow**  at tho mouth of tho I'lvi-r jrjbu.  Now under construction, the super-  Dreadnought Delhi will carry 13.5  guna, throwing a-she]]" of 1.4001b.  During the last three hundred years  a Pope has only preached a sermon  once.  Miriar-d'_   Liniment  Ciji-S   Burns    Etc.  Has Polly got h������r -music lesson raised up with her gymnasium hour?  Of course not.      Why do you ask?  I thought from the way she was  ���������playing she might have thoughtlessly  taken the piano for a punching-bag.  GOOD STUFF"  A Confirmed Drinker Takes to Postum  A housewife wai recently surprised  when cook served Postum instead of  ������������������ea and coffee.    She says:  ���������'I*'or tho last Ave or six years I  have been troubled with nervousness,  .ndigestlon and heart, trouble. I  couldn't got any benefit from the doctor's modlclno, so finally" ho ordered  ine to stop drinking coffoo, which I  eld. ' -(.Tea In-just as injurious bocauso it contains caffeine���������tho drug  In coffee.)  "I drank hot, water whllo taking the  doctor's medicine, with uomo improvement, then wont hack to coffco with  ���������tho samo old trouble as before.  "A now florvnnt girl told 1110 about  PoBtum���������said hor'folios used It. nnd  liked It In placo of coffco. , Wo got a  package but I told hor I did not ho*  llovo my husband would llko it, aB ho  was 11 gront coffoo drinker.  "To my Biirpi'luo ho culled for a  ihlrd cup, Raid It waa "good stuff" and  wanted to know what It was. Wo  havo uaod PoiUuin ovor alnco and both  fool hotter than wo havo in yoara,  "My husband usod to havo had  fpolls with his stomach and would ho  alck three or four days, during which  ���������iinu bu '-culd uot cul. or ihmk anything. But nlnAn ho gave up coffco  und took Xo l'ORium, ho has had no  moro trouble, nnd wo now fully ho.  llovo it wuh all canned hy coffoo.  "I huvo not hud any return of my  former troublon alnco drinking Postum, and foci bettor and can do moro  worlc than In tho hint ton years. Wo  toll nvoryono about It���������soma any thoy  tried   It  and   did  not  llko  It.    I   toll  Women Pearl Divers  The pearl-divers of Japan are women. Along the coast of the Bay of  Ago and the Bay of KoknTsho the thirteen and fourteen year old girls? after  they have finished their primary  school work, go to sea and learn to  dive. They are In the water and  learn to dwim almost from babyhood.  They spend most of their time in the  ���������water, except in the coldest season  ���������from the end of December to the  beginning of February. Even during the most inclement of seasons  they sometimes dive for pearls. They  wear a special dress, with tho .hair  uvi&tcd up Into a hard knot. Tho  eyes aro protected by glasses to prevent the entrance of water.  A boat in command of mon is assigned to every Ave or ten women  divers to carry thorn to and from the  fishing grounds. When tho divers  arrive on the grounds they leap into  the wator at once, and begin to gather oysters at the bottom. Tho oysters aro dropped into tubs suspended from thoir wa-lsts.  When tbean aro filled the dlvern aro  rr.!sort to tho surfaco anr] jump Into  the boats. Thoy dive to a depth of  irom five lo thirty fathom without  any special apparatus, and rotaln their  breath from one to threo minutes.  Thoir a^oB vary from thirteen to forty  yonra, and between twenty-five and  thirty five llipy aro at thoir prime.  Bugge���������Have you ever tried bringing out chickens by hand?  Mugge���������Yes, but It was not quite a  success.  Bugge���������How was that?  Mugge���������I was caught in the act  and got a month for It.  Said one man on the street, speaking to a friend���������Well, money talks.  Maybe it does, answered the other- hut  all it ever said to me was good-bye.  DD'HI, 01 (iTUCP '  pnHBu uLmnca    i  Reliable Merchants have them j  .All  OLV'l.fV  After the age of sixteen a child's  earnings may not legally be claimed  bv his or her father.  Ready for the Holidays , ,*  An hotel keeper who happened to*  have a fair-sized nasal organ"was on������  day mending a whAPihnrFC"*, '"'li'SSi a  jjiece of wood jumped up and hit him  on the bridge of the nose, .cutting;  it right across. His wife 'dressed It  very carefully, and put "oh-' aYlarigo  patch of sticking-plaster. An hour or  two after a woman who was passing  Lhrough the village.called iftt tho house  and ordered a pint of be>r?On paying for the beer she looked at the  aotel keeper and said��������� ??  Are you Ygdiiig for your holidays,  guvnor?  No.     What makes you ask?  Oh, nothing,' said the woman. Z  Lhought perhaps you were when I aeo  you've got your trunk labelled.  Experlenco tin necessary  Tho fashlpnahlo praotltlonor throw a  glauci' at lb* tliiHil road and rubbed  his hands gleefully, His trunk was  packed, his professional attitude wao  laid aside, and his carriage was duo.  But tho assistant, who was to act as  aclmlnlRtorlng angel during hla ab-  isonco did not sharo hla ma&tor _ good  t.plrltfc.  I hope pvorylhlng will bo all right  whllu you'll) away, _lr, ho said norv-  -ii.',ly.  Sure to���������anro to, replied tho groat.  M.D.  I'vo���������I'vo had such IKIlo experience  htamniorod tho young man desperately.  Noiifloneo! You don't nood experience* wlh fanhionnbln pntlontH, ^x-  clnlmod ho who know their wiiyn,  grabbing his hut. Thoy'ro as shuplo  no A, 11, C     : Kind out what they've  .   11       r  -.(f'lii-      *-* Y*-' fl       r,f*n,*\      * *' *  v it  -������=  "/-.'������������������**-"���������  W. N- U. 020  lflveryono at. uomo tlmo tiniiti a lump  f.^.      \.lr.      %,,.A\r      *!*..t       l> f.      fir,'..'..      ������v.r...      *,..       ..  oaiicor.  I ��������� lu-iu IL i.i.iln t, ul] tlio u'lTi-i v.iii.c ;.., i.j 1  how Its mado.      It should bo mndoi thorn whoro ruo'ro/.roing ror tuoli*  according lo direction:*    Uion lt lu Uo-' 'day;;, and hcvhI Hir>m nnmowhorc  ���������liolo'iH."  Name given hy    Canndlan    Postum  Co., Windsor, Ont,   ���������  Koad iho book.  I "Thoro'H a ronnon."  1     Ever rftiui the noove letter?  *.!.������.,.  A new  -.iii;  liol-  flS'V  Clergy In Belgium aro allowed throo   one appeal-* from time to time.  Thoy  vol������H, on tho ground of uuporior od-1 ure genuine, .true, ������*"d full of human  ucttluu. t'.utei'CAit.   .  In Melbourne no Sunday papers* aro  permitH'rt.   uo   IuiI'-Ih   ui������������   allowed   lo  ...r.^,   il.r.'v Itn i'ii   frmvt  ivtl������l.nl<������ltt  r\,\  *.���������������'.  urdav nnt'.l Monday morning, and anyone driving puti'i a place ot worHinp in  a fasteV puce than a walk while hoi*-  ��������� nit Is Hi protfrcutt iu liable to, be ar-  L 1 c^Ud.  l  What the Old  Salt Says:  |lpe ULD c)ALT.  "It's many years  since I started to  follow the sea,  and like most  seamen I have  always chewed '  tobacco.  They all say as  I    say,    that j  ait ji*   m  *  *   Ct  Navy Plug  Chewing-  the besi,r*  in  *lfflmiMwiiiii'twiwi'r*airTmg,inri'ir.1  ::i:":::Tr.  HtiiH______i_B__a  '*!gi!s^5i^??S^w������KSSIS  , i.m,i.,i.iii,.. !iw.i .'.in i<inMNw������mi*ifll4l,  m������mtmt*miimiii fiuMmmmmimm*  mmmmimmmuim.muimimim>mmmmt  mmmm  _____  __5  wwjei_' *������������������    V**"  i%> \i_  VS.  T������-  S&SSSSSS  J  li*  l  rnr   creston -.review,   creston.   b. c.  ins   \sT���������&l%Ji&    JL\���������rOmm%l4/  Published every  Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  ,W- B. McClube  Editor and Manager  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout tbe Creston district and  -eaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rateB  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 centB per line in Viucceeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community.    Contributions must be brief and  ������*������������������������������������������������#������������������������G_^^ ������OCdO<>0#*&*������  -_  Creston Hotel  now   What  V  SI Mil  Some National Apple  Show Prizes  Each day's mail at the National Apple show headquarters in Spokane  brings notification of additional premium-} to be awarded over and above tbe  $15,000 in cash prizes. Louis W. Hill,  chairman of the Great Northern board  of directors, has supplemented his $1,000  cash contribution with the oifer cf a  handsome trophy cup, this latter for the  best ten boxes of commercial apples  grown along the Great Northern or j auction  subsidiary lines and exhibited at the  apple show.   The following is a partial  list of   special premiums already an-  i  nounced *  O, W. R. & N. company, Spokane,  trophy cup for the best ten boxes of  commercial apples grown along their  lines; Yakima Valley Nursery company,  Toppenish, Wash., 500 standard apple  trees; Vineland Nursery company,  Clarkston, Wash., 500 either Rome  Beauty. Jonathan, Spitzenburg. Yellow  Newtown, Pippin or Winesap trees;  Oregon Nurser*r,compaay, Orenco, Ore.,  600 either Rome Beauty, Jonathan,  S'^itzenbur*-*' "Yellow Newtown TPitinin  Winesap or variety of same; A. B  Ansbacher & Company, New York, 100  lb? package Ant>bacher' Spraying mater-  i -  iijfls; H. Ii. Hurst Mfg., company,  Canton, Ohio, Fitz Sprayer, Outfit No.l;  __3t_n Nursery company, Milton, Ore.,  250 Home Beauty and 250 Wagener one-  year old trees, for best ten boxes Rome  Beauties; Washington Nursery company, Toppenish, Wash , 500 Standard  yearling Apple trees, for best ten boxes  Winter Bananas; Carlton Nursery  company, Carlton, Ore., 100 two-year  old Jonathans for best five boxes Jona  thanB; Charles Hewitt, Bet of four Hewitt Folding Ladders.  is simply thrown away. In other places,  notably in the West, it is burned; aud  in places where the manure has accumulated around the stable*-, the stables  have been moved away, instead of making use of the manure. This means a  great annual loss. At the present price  of pant food, the amount of ma-  nur* produced in the United States  every year is worth nearly $2,500,000.-  000. In 1908, the value of the who'e  corn crop in the United States was only  $1,601,000,000. These figures show the  very groat importance of manure pro-  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  Fruit    Belt  OU will make 60 mistake  ���������when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  V-l^SlOu.    XAyicj.  -I     ������./-. '.f.<,l   ��������� A ������������������* ".  j. laySiuug  men Ml ;this.    We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a mantier up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Manure is usually valued according  to the amount of nitrogen, phosphoric  acid and potash it contains. This method does not "ivs an*0* value to the humus  which is a very important part of   the  manure.    It holds moisture which aids  ia bringing the plant food iu the soil 1  more friable and easily tilled.  Experiments at Rothamsted England,  during fifty years on  hind (1) uninau-  ured, (2) manured continually,  and (3)  manured daring *he first twenty years  only, showed a gradual decrease in the  crop on the unmanured soil and a gradual increase ttots. ^6������_  to Tear on the  manured soil.     When the application  was stopped there was a gradual' decrease, but at the end of thirty years  after the last application, the yield was  still double that on the unmanured part.  *xtmatm**m������*f  With every Nyals  Family? Remedy  _f__p_r " "���������* **��������� *  jSSXS y������u  purchase, you  may   sknow  what  drugs are used in its Composition,  by  referring to the "Nyals Family Chest"  a Booklet supplied Free, ask for it.  Nyals Kidney pills Cure   Backache.  Agent   for   Seml^Ready    l ailored  furnishings  __������������������_  .    .l|"_.T"*|Og==g   fpk  _ __   _ _ a c  ^_A������W__   *-4C?  3C 'mmmW*ti.mm*m\m9  Greston Drug&Book Co.  T^-l-        'mm.    'timti'-l'    ' F"       _  m���������5 wrm mm. w=% aS������.       (k,     ���������  Sti   KlKJlH^t    mj l  st*  mm*  __!  ig-:g-:������g&:g:@g-:i  i_  ������?  <k*  as  to  aj  _  _  _  tjji  m  ���������35  iron  of.  1ivBry  nrl  I8U  g8u Rl������HM  *������������������{_&���������#  $  "?������������������'>' (Best equipped Livery in Town'���������  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short no-ace. The lateBt styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.: Saddle aad pack horses a  -._?.-. 'Speciality. ..���������:������������������?'  Feed for sale. Agent for the McLaughlin Maufg.. Go. . Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any honr of the day or night.   Commercial, men and landseekers,  will  receive prompt attention  H. S, McGreath, Prop  Hi  <$��������� Phone 58  ^���������S___-fi9-*9:'������:  ���������fi-iW-i ���������*_*������������������ <A*va'������!-r!fi  T_-_Z *������  .ti-  &  m  TO  %  to  Big Musical Vaudeville  Show Coming  $25,000 Expended on  Lethbridge Exposition  twenty-five thousand dollars is the  amount being expended for the province  of Saskatchewan in the iustullution of  the exhibit ot dry-farmed products at  the International Dry-Farming Congress  Exposition In Lethbridge, Alberta, October 2let to 26th.  In addition to thnt, a delegation of  between two and three hundred farmers and business men will present a  fifty thousand dollar pledgo to tho Congress, together with an Invitation for  the holding of the next meeting of the  International Congress in tho oity of  Regina. The Regina Board of Trade,  moit of the leading oltieu of Saakatahe-  -wan, and tho Saskatchewan govorn-  mens are back of the pledge. If Rogl-  loees for 1018 she will endeavor to secure  a final -rote favoring thnt city in 1014.  allowing the liquid portion to run awiy  leaching by rain, and from heating or  fermantation.  The liquid is much more valuable in  plant food per pound than the solid. In  cow manure the total liquid portion is  about the same value as the total solid  portion. Yet many farmers arrange  their stables to drain off the liquid.  Don't do it. From $10 to $15 worth of  fertility can be lost annually iu this way  from each cow kept. Use some kind of  absorbing material to prevent loss of  liquid.  Where possible, the manure -should be  spread on the field as maae. It saves  handling twice, and there is a greater  tonnage then tbnn at any other time.  The effect of green manure will ho seen  for a longer time than rotted manure  on account of the decomposition  ttikiug place in tho soil. If this cannot  be done, by all means havo a covered  shed where the manure is put and where  it will bo packed by stoolc tramping on  it, and where it will bo kept moist. If  it is kopt tramped and moist and if tho  shed has a cement floor thoro will ho  very little loss.  Experiments In tho West havo shown  that a very light application of barnyard  uiuuui.- iu tho tiyiluu; after sowiug, us a  top dressing on soils having a tendency  to blow, gives excellent results; not only preventing blowing but giving iu-  creased yields from tho added plaut food  (Continu-id from Page 1)  plause. Saville and Saville are vaudeville artists of note and their act is, a  number that furnishes an abundance of  comedy pleasing to aii classes but musical people will find the Royal Hawaiian  Entertainers superior to any orgauiza  tions of musicians that has ever appeared in Creston. Seats can be secured at  the Post Office.  to those who fill out and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE   BLAIR   BUSINESS  COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash-  I am interested in Business Education  Please send me full information about  your College, and especially about the  subjects checked below:  .... Bookkeeping    .... Shorthand ij  ... .Typewriting   ... .Pnnniaushin    2   ������  .*. ..Quiok Figuring  Letter Writing  I can begin a coarse about   Name   Address '   f  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONEY        SEEDS  Timely Topics  The manure problem is a fundimon-  tol problem for farmers of today and  tomorrow. Otu* of tho most Import;  ant IcMtions for thoiu to learn in how tn  produc** good  harnyar'l  manure; and  X*.      4    .      ���������   . <��������� ���������< ' ���������> " '  m......   m\f   . ... A.   . ,/.      .A,     c.A.       .....^      .V      ..A...*..."  ly.  In many ports of Canada tho manure  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  This is the Wortderf 11I New Flour  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,  largest mill on the prairies.  Made with the determination to  give users  better  flour-value, greater  certainty of. baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether  with biscuits, cake or bread. '  Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin'Hood Flour gives all this.  Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.  This flour cannot be described, in an advertisement.    We use this paper  merely to give the introduction���������to say:  '* Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."  *&  <iiiHt,   Aml'-on   of   IvitchiH'Pi' spent  Thursday and Friday in Crouton.  TjATiIRM, mil at our ntoic uml  look ovor our supply of McChIIh pat-  torriH jtiwt I'ocitivi'd.    H. A. Hpi-nrs.  ���������Our now fall HhiipuH  in  Mdiih lints  havo arrived.   Oreston Moronnttlo Co.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  pTbur������&co.  Llmltsd  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  It la tho *ruo.rantood flour.    If yoii nro not satisfied with It after two fair tr'ala,  ask your erooor for youi* monoy back.    Ho will ff.ve lt to you.  Add moro water thai  iirual whon using* Hobln Hnort Fioiir.    Mwd.**. of emoh  hard, dry whoat, lt abtj.'jj moro molsturo-produalnff a lararor, whiter loaf.  The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other floucs  you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference  every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.  B  S  ROBIN HOOD HILLS, Limited  C������Fgary Hoose Jaw  "���������A,'  -        ������<  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  __aSS___!  ^4   *   >-   4-.    #   .. t r  V^J-l  ly-CT/VAV Jt  ,  ���������4-T   ���������    tllrtATT  v aA*'*^u u-  VKR;    EDMONTON?  HY should you get your job priming done away from your home town  when  it can be clone here in just as neat a style as anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices.      We will have your  work ready when promised. CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  MIIMMIBMiliflM^  -*___^,l*ff_L������*'?l:l.i'-.*tl������ ���������!*���������"#"?*' f****1*1*-.  ateBaaas  asses  _a_B_  jifffj'flil ' 7 V V v t  *     ^     ~"    *       * c"       1 *��������� *-  1   ,V,  ���������,���������*������������������  4-(|j.,.     _���������_.,*    .,      y,v,7?  ���������i .   ' ,   i -��������� t    -. ,��������� v > , .  I  - V  "r  A J if\ _ ttwna������n <���������  c"? ,*7J5  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. V.  Semi-ready Suits  n ������1S. and S20     . -  T OOK for the trice���������and name���������������ewa  ia tic piwfcei��������� always tlio ������J.mc.  Ask yoar Clothier aad tend for nylm  took and iampla of "H������w*������ Own"  Serge ai $29. Scad dl������sttoSsas!-s������s3j*"9  Limited, Monaeal, for boots entitle*  "8ir I" If yoo cannot get it ia tewa,  Ssal-rrabg (BatlorifQ.  G. I* red Johnston. _ ernie. B. C.  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B O. IiAKB SUBVS-OR AND   A������OK2T20������?  Plana and SpsoittoatloriB  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  DENTISTRY  FI. E. HaTtTd* B, S.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B������   Cm  GUY   LOWENBERG  QOJSStTLtXHQ   J-NGIKEEl-,  CRESTON  RtDSAKJi     4n_U������..     ������������������.������a-^_  Clarence Pease shot a fine deep one  day last week close to the Elsie Holme  mine.  Charle Faarland, one of the real old  timers at Duck Creek (he having been  here as early as 1888)! was paying a  visit to Paul Hagen on Saturday last.  He took in the meeting of Duck Cceek  Social Club and was greatly impressed  with the number of people gathered  together there.  Mat Hagen made a trip to Creston  Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Embiea entertained a  few of their friends at dinner on Monday eveniri*?.  lhe Duck Creek Social Club looks  like a decided success for on Saturday  evening last everyone had a good  time, While some of the more sober  ones enjoyed a quiet game of whist,  others tripped the light fantastic, with  singing and various games at intervals, and when it came to rafresb-  uieuts one was hsatu to re*ns,rk that  the Duck Creek ladies were in a class  hy themselves;    they can't be beaten.  Bill Embree spent a couple of days  in Creston this week.  The government road gang are now  busy grading for a crossiug over the  C.  P. R. track near tbe  josfc office  This is ,t thing that was badly nec-tit'd ;  and will lit* a  -re- citHpio^eiii������,in.  J. B. Wiuliv-,/ Las kindly put oi.i* of  bis buildings at the disposal of the i  Social Club and all future meetings  will be held there. All wishing to he-  come members will kindly bring along  the dollar on Saturday evening next  Victor Carr and family' of Alice  Siding were visiting at the O, J.  Wi������*8H Sancft. on Sunday.  . Rev. Blake of Creston who conducts  service at tho Elsie Holme mine house  every other Sundayis desirous of establishing a Sunday school for the  alternate Sundays aii parents interested are requested* to send along their  children on. 'Sunday next,  .*__..      Smh  g 11V   \%J* ^������������ & ^ ���������   ****** ������  *     ��������� s  iv. r . JOfJFvSOfl   Propi-Sotor  THE  OF  HOME  THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPL.E  ROOMS  i).V-* f  MR.&  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  ��������� OKE&L, YOUNG & co,  Heal Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life, and. Accident luawunud  T"1* A*r*n      _ _>    Ik Ft * t    _^*>t     ���������  &u/_ Oulv   %Jm.   ITiiii-Wiili   ������__*Millie  I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 4th day ot November, A. D. 19 12,' at' the. hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court Hsuse. (Kelson, B. C, I Bhall offer for sale by public auction the Mineral Claims in the list hereinafter  set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid anu delinquent by persons bn the 30th day  of June. A. D. 1912, and for costs and expenses of said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  OWNER.  CLAIM.  Lot  Number.  Tax.  .Costs and  Expenses.   Total.  ���������rowier ..���������������������������������������������.#..���������������������������������������..������..���������������������������������������������.,.������������������������������������ Alma   .��������������������������������������������� .���������������������������..���������..������������������������������������������������������,  Fowier  .....Alexandria    ,  Standard Mining Co., Ltd .-..Aurora      Atiin (Bear and Wild Horse)   ..Atlin Fraction No. 2     ������������������������������������������_**_  ...Bullion      ...Bodie  Fraction  ��������� ��������� ��������� mlZwVmXaQ ������������������tt*������.*ii,a*av  ...Ben Hassen   ...  ��������� **xSvyg   ���������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -  B.C.  a*-  Starke, & Co,  I  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,  Fruit  I   -       "G-Slisra! CommiBAiOxx Za^reh&uvS  1    _t.*_*������Mr    *~*^%.mx* a'4h> _���������"*  i rH^i-sv^r***,        -       B. C,  nr  i  ilUL IK* JJ&eatts I  ORANBROOK - B.C. |  The  Funeral Director  a s.  a s.  b. c  Wm.  Coffey  Wm.   Coffey,  James A.  Nowell     Fails View G. 2������. Company. Ltd..  Falls View Q. M. Company, Ltd..  New North Fork Gold Mining Co.  K. I* A. Keller, et al   A.  H.  Kelly    Cleopatra   .'  James A., Nowell  ��������� Crouch Hall    Chas. P. HUl  Czar Fraction    Chas. P. HUl Caar   Luzetta Field, et al Corinthian      E. Xmmont. B. legault and L. Niven....Central      E. Xmmont, R. Legault and L. Niven....Central  Fraction      Montis Julian Morgan  Collins  <9Vi miles from Salmo).  B. -C. Standard. Hiking Co., Ltd. Double/Standard     Benjamin Fallows    DavenpoVt   A. H. Kelly Exchequer      2162  2165  6064  4800  9336.  2190i  4162  4164  3633  2924 c  38*7 ;  2189  583a  S7S6  2090  4801  4802  10004  2213  tt&i  001  Fairmont Gold Mining Company,  Ltd Evening Star   3773  P. N. Thompson, et aL  ? : Emerald    ,  2907  C. P. Hill Emerald Fraction   ,. 6834  ������������������������#���������������      mmm     JL"JL������&������      ������iaiit-t|i������ii <������*������������������������������������������������_������������������4,������������4>������ ���������*������������������������������������ a JCi lU^J <31 V*.           ���������.������������������iiDa,,ti������,iiaf<a,,,,,i,,(i,,<,,,,,i,,,,,tlgf Qlvi.  ���������vJ,   jr*   JcHU   ������������t,������������������������t_������_r,4,������4j������_������������������������-������4.������.___._������.._-4A,-JuilTiS-rS-Q    -���������������_���������*���������.*��������� ..->���������.*���������������.-.*���������������������������.*.���������*������.                  ....... ������7"  John A.  Gibson, et al Free  Coinage .' -.  3586  B. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate Falls View  499?  Ymir Gold Mines, Limited Golden Horn  1711  B._ C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate Grey  Copper  499$  S. S.  Fowler   Gibraltar    , *.;?-.- 2164  C. P. HiU ..." Golden  Crown  55i3  C. P. HiU  , Golden   Cap    .'... 6544  C. P. HIU  ,'. Golden  Eagle  *>545  George C. Schmidt. L. B. and J. E. Mac- .   -. .  I.  Before Letting  |  i       For the '-mildlnc* of your New  II l_t r^mmfm*m        k_l tutnA       4������' l.1-ii������_ri _[_!> m kA.Ir^'!*   ~r*i  House, Store, Orace, ������������������vVorkshop  or other building,, write or call  on me. EatirnateB given on all  kinds of tvork.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  (Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  IOHN   BOYD,  Creston  Saddle and  Harness*  Repairing  A--m)RmtOIAmmTY  Dealer in   hip-U   class  1 j  boots a-ad saocsti  Farlane and A. Sostad  Heni'3'   Clay      B. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate......Homestako     British Lion G. M. & Dev. Company Highland  Chief     B. C. Standard Mining Company Hunter V   S. S. Fowler ..............Inlceiman   ......'.   A. jtu. xtanci ...������....................'............ii. m. a. ���������������������.������������������������.......  Falls View G. & S. Company, Ltd.......Jupiter   Juno Gold Mining Company  Juno   !   Juno Gold Mining Company. Ltd King' of the Forest  Juno Gold  Mining Company. Ltd... Kirawall      Ymir Gold Mines, Limited.. .Lawroucc  1'iaction  ''������.  D. garrison.  J.  A.  Graham and  P.  Aspinwall .LaKu   View   G. W. Coppen, et al .........Morning   I'mlr Mines, Limited  Mugwump      JSiew North Fork Mining Co.. Ltd Maud S   O. P. Hill ......Morning Oiory     B. C. Standard Mining Company ....'......Mercla J*ruction  ...  libnjamln  fallows ;......MoUne ' ...:  If mil* Gold Mliioo, Ltd. ^era i^rii-ctlonti.t  ...  Goo. C. Schmidt ......?....Neliio   N.      a. D.  Weatby ..\ ..Ore Hill     Vmir Mines,  Limited Pountruy  M. Euan, et al.  Princess  Golden Strand M. &. J>'. Company.........Pug'  ....  ;'li. C, l'tounland H. Blocan Synulcato Purk   ...  ���������������������������������������>������������������������������������  ������������������**���������*������������������(  ���������������������������������������������������*  ���������       ������w..l_tf-  ������������������**���������������������������������  4200  4998  6620  2212  2163  902  4U56  3101  3160  3162  .... 2303  3245  104  1714  3002  dm  2224  9105  2301  0057  2073  ���������   ������   t/    (  ������   ���������   ������   4  1'ractton   ,  2302  iuii1  mo    1303    4905  Get sour Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the   ,  I Creston    Wine    &  S������ Poole, PfOpa  P. N. Thompttt-n, et al .....Porcupine       2908  J. il. Love and Alex. Macdonald Promina    ,    Coal  Quuun MlncB.  Limited Uueou   .,    1076  _mh* Minoii, Li'mltud ������ .itockhihd    X.W  Ymir Mimrn, Llmitod ..RobortBOn Fraction ,...    1712  IW.lvi Mlnmc Ccmpatiy '.. R<Me* Fraction      Aloft  o. P. um ; Rattlor    ������W7  C. P. Hill Rambler   .' ���������. i........   vm  L,  Field   ��������� :"At'  und L..    i0u3  j% Love and Alex. Macdonald Rainbow .'...?    45080  M. 8. Uavy-i  n,. Royal Seal    sm  liuliof Mines, Limited Star Shlno    ,2400  Fall* View G. M. Company  BtandarU       4103  Rohq MoGlynn and W. R. Caldwell Stirling    2026  B. C.,  RoHHland-tilooan ayndloato, Ltd...Skylark    ,.    ^994  B. C. Standaid Mining Co y Silvur Biilllon   ,. '.    3421  B. O. Standaid Mining Co Xuguilu  ,      xnu ...7i  ivlllliim   11.   lyhcrrod        U.   U.   '. ,.     jjOlS ������.-.'5  i\ N. ThompHon Victor    , ,,,..   2000 12.75  il. C, liouulanu &. Blocan Syndicate Victoria ��������� ,   4090 ������,oo  li. C. Standard 'Mining Company  Vulrjar. Fraction ., +.    41420 .75  Jameu A. N0W0II .-. ....Wooiluldu    *, w ,   .2188 13.00  Ymir Gold Mines, Limited Ymir   , K    1703 10.25  Quocn Mines,  Limited , Yollowstono   .....4 , , ,   4WCI    '      12.7G  ,'-������������������._' Ml     \*...   ,.Z : ....    \.   ���������        ' -    1   ���������Dated at Noli-on, B. C��������� thin ftth "3������Dtomhor# 1W2. STlflMWDN IL HOSKINH.  ...J .4.-.. UlJli ti . ?u-i������_. iCSil...*        XKiputy Auiicssor and Collector,  ���������J10.75  ' 8.75  .12.00       :  7.00  6i25   .?..?'  12.00  1.00  11.00  11.75  13.00  10.75  ?    4.75  1.75  12.50  11.50  9.25     ,  1.50  13.00  Y 11.00  9.75  ti 8.00  ���������3.0.00.......  ��������� ;    7.75  8.75  O3.00 .  4&0O  11.00;".  *  12.00  7.50  12.75  6.50  10.50  ILOO  12.25 ���������  9.25  13.00  11.25  12.50  12.75  2.25  12.75  11.50.  10.50  11.00  2.00  12.76  4.76  8.75  9.75  12.76  4.75  13.00  .76  8.00  13.00  2.75  12.60  12.60  13.00  10.75  C.25  8.'75  X. 26  .25  LOO  iii.W  7.C0  11.60  11.00  13.00  7.50  13.00  12.75  12.60  12.00  $2.00.  2.00   .  2.00    ���������  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2M  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  - 2.00  2.00  2.06  2-0*" .  y ��������� 2.00  2.00   !  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.06  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  This Hotel is one of tie  best known and popular  Hotels in  the  Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best h^and  of goods.  t"**a_s  '.\. ������we*m  . r _.-jsaag  ir-zs-'-isixm  .���������i^yfiS  ��������� ti&S/iSS  iV^i*_l  tite&m  reston  ���������������  JLJPe  Mercantile   Opera   House,   Creston  ti-ti'tiy ON.E?';-NIQHT.  T 22  -Special Engagement of the OTTO WEISa  fSiWBvmSSn  >12.75  11. -.5  14.00  -9.00  7.25  14.U0  3.00  13.00  13.75  15.00  12.V5  .6.75  i.75  14..W  33*70  1L25  3.50  15.00  13.4������  11.75  10.00  12.00-  9.75  W..5  15.0Q  15.00  ���������?��������� 13.00  14.C0  9.50  -14.75  8.50?  12.30 "ti  13.00 ���������  '   ,'l4.-5?::  11.25  15.00  13.25  14.50  14.V5 -t  VJo  14.*i5  13.60  .   12.50  13.V0  4.00  in Vagsdwiile  .9  An entertainment of  quality,  unique   and extraordinary iu character.    Comedy, songs, music and native dancing  embracing the songs and music of all nation, rendered in am  unusual   manner and  with  the NATIVE instruments of  EACH country.  Secure Seats at Post Office       Prices $1*00, 73c soc  LMRITZ NURSERY  VIOTORIA. B.C. a  The Largest Hurskry in the Province  B  Frnit trees shade and ornamented trees, Bhrubs, vines,   creepers etcs    "  Onr stock  is exceptionally, clean.    Growa wiQionfe irrigation and  guaranteed true k> name. '.      .  "We make a specialty of Dwarf Apples and Pears.   Thefie hear th*  next year after planting and are especially recommended for oity gardes.** 'j  and fillers for the commercial orchard.  ;���������''��������� :;?;   ; .;   .PTTMCF* RiGriT<==s= nW  W. Ka BROWN, ORESTON. B, Oe  LOCAL   AGENT  YAHK ITEMS  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.uo  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  .2.00  2.00  2.W1  2.00  2.00  *<���������������  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  14.75  11.75  10.75  11.75  14.75  0.75  16,00  2.75  lO.W  16.00  4.70  14.6U  14.50  15.00  12.75  8.4*5  10.76  IU.4J6  2.2i)  8.00  lii.00  U.dO  13.SU  13.011  16.00  9.S0  15.00  14.75  14.60  11.00  S.im  11.00  18.75  15.00  19.26  14.75  ? Jas. Taylor, manager of the Yahk  Lumber Co., who has been spending a  few weeks vacation at his old home in  Eastern "Ontario, arrived in Yahk on  theI5bh, where he will take up his  duties again with the lumber company. It is rumored that Mr. Taylor  brought back back a partner with him  *  E, M, Harrison was iri Cranbrook  tho first of the week on business on  behalf of fcho Kodak Olub of Yahk,  which is now in active operation and  the order of the" day.  The King Lumber Company ia building a sot of now camps about Ave  mllos up meadow creek. They expect  to put in a larf-e cut this wlntor.  Tho government road gang under  tho management or Wm. Noble, which  has boon working at Goatfoli for tlio  last six weeks, if now laid off and  moved to Cranbrook for the "winter.  Dan Cameron of Croaton who has  i������**'n cooking in thn Yahk Tle-ft-l for  the pawl two uioiiUiH ban resigned and  gone back to tbo fruit' bolt for the  winter. I'mmu'e overyhody in Yahk  is uarry to hoc Dan leave and wish him  a pleasant winter.  w*m*mm*ma*m  Renewa! of License  Liquor License Act (section 43)  Notice is hereby given that, on tbe  first day of December ne*t, applico*  tion will bo made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal  of the Hotel License tb sell Liquor by  Retail  in  the hotel   known as the  Burton Hotel, situate at Creston. in  the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 4th dav of October, 1012  "The Oreston Trading Company"  William H. Johnson  Manager  ���������\slg-jp*-**  Transfer of Licenae  Liquor License Aofc (section 4d)  Notice is lioroby given that, on the  First day of December next, application will bo made to the Superintend*  ont of Provincial Police for tho tmnu*  for of the license for tho sale of Liquor  by retail in and upon tho proml-cm  known aa tho Burton Hotel, situate at  Creston;.... British    Columbia,    from  William    II.   JohiiH-u   to   William  Arthur    Hnron   of  Oreston,   British  Columbia.  Dated Lb is 4th Day of Oetolier, 1012*,  (RTnvr.r>)  Wm. !T. Johnuon  Holder of License  (Sionmd)    Wm. A. Heron  Applicant for Transfer  For "Tbo Cieaton Trading Company/'  t-K^Jk 4   4am-* -��������� *'w>k������>-  ��������� J  mxj.  mr~    J**lson JVuucsamont DUitrlot  -LAD1K8,   cull  at  our Htoro and  T*Iaa li.rlluu fit 11.4. T>WAN,lti tAiflaiA    ..Uw,,,  look over our nupply of McCalli* pat-'  terns just received.    S. A. Speeiu  Friday, October 25.  ������  s.*kssm  ���������M  tiz^i  ���������i  '"^Sf*  m  *  -S-'J  ''"^titi  ti:m  * M_i  f-i.itmm  -tiM  < >-__  iv.*}  m  ���������ti.M  ������     vi  -������������������_  .III  ������������������-s-J  '     ..SI  ������ ..������J"_1  v_  Aii  ���������i*-'X*'|  ���������i")l|   I  ���������,-**t* '���������' r  >ti'' r  ti^til  ���������������������������' '''!._,  ���������v^'-i  '.'������r,'  tih  m  'tis$y\  "������������������'';("*  /it, J  ���������'���������   ���������i.'-l  -��������� -'    I  '"'������������������ l^'l  .'.IS' il1'  ?  ���������vb^l  '���������'.,.'-.- r  ... ,,r,  I will  give   a Thtmkiigl-lng dlnn������r oft  *;*  v������.,  ���������B5  BSmnuira  ���������aaag^^-aa^  l____>l**Al������ll'IIW  m  mmmmmmmm  mmmwm  wwwiiw������-)WBia!ia������i^aiw  >  mm/mm******  v'; m*:  ",'X'' j  ��������� lAi  '*'*.��������� I  ���������'..A  llllll_l|l������<lti JJQ07JI& t/)v6&te<&  THE    CRESTON    RE.VIEW,  , CBESTON,    B.  .\m>.  I %ue.m>ca>>&40ua/  JL  wCiicDiT^AU. KitsG5'>������������-������j  fetrsrsicsgasy?!?!'" a tr _ ,i .9  If. the CLEAKnST. SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  Oyr., ono can buv.-Wliy you don't even have to  j "tx_-* wl>_ IC:ND of Cloth your Goods nro made  I ������*.���������S-4 ir,s������a1:e������,ar!> Impossible.  j       Srod r.-'T Tree Color Card, Story  Booklet, and  ] %������oV,tt -^i.-inf.; results of Dyeing over other colore.  TThr. JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal. Canada.  tN^'&S Book Free.     A s.ntpte  ^fcj-jjv^ Home   treatment removed  "* ._2 lump from l_islady".s breast  Old  sores,  ulcers   and  growths cured.     Describe  ���������freer Irotible ; -we will send booh au-l testimonials.  UTHE CANADA CaNCER   INSTITUriS. MMireo  JO CHURCHILL.  AVE..  TORONTO  Train Names  Unlike tieveral ol the English companies, tho American railways do not  give namns to Lhe engines on their  "hies. InsteaJ ihoy give attractive  titles to their most important trains.  Thus tnov have their "Twilight Express*" running from Boston to New-  York. Oilier names of trains from  Boston to Now York are: The Owl,  and the Bay State Limited.  In the sun.:..er monthsJ there is a  train running from New York into the  hilly country 3t Massachusetts called  the Wiiite    .Mountain    Express. A  train running through the coal regions  of Pennsyivan**". ic termed the Biack  Diamond Express.  In the United Kingdom we give descriptive tiMes to a few of our big  ���������rains such as the Flying Scotsman,  ine Ktnt Coast Express, the Cornish  Riviera Express and the Southern  TJelle. the Great Western Company is  famous foi The Flying Dutchman, a  well known West of England express,  and the Ncr'.VWestern Railway still  has the Wild Irishman. The Zulu is  another of the Great Western flyers.  '���������jfniimii-ilii  | THE JOHN INGLIS C0.? Limited  if Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers    of    all       kinds���������Engines.  Pumps, -and  Heavy plai.=*'.Wo."k  Writr* us for Prices  14 Strschan Ave., Toronto, Canada  Trial Is Expensive.���������To those who  suffer from dyspepsia, indigestion,  i a euro at is n. or any ailment arising  :rom derangement, of the digestive  pysiem. a trial of Parmelees's Vegetable Pills is recommended, should the  pufferer b~ no unacriu.ninf.ed with them,  '���������'he trial will be inexpensive and the  result will be another customer for  "his ex~eltont medicine. So effective  U their action that many cures can  ���������"���������prtamiy be-traced to their use where  other pills nave proved ineffective.  VAS   PRnH/fy ^OUP *s sharing profits with you by giving FRE  ITU,. ulil/YViV 01/Hi   Ar8  you  securing these beautifulvand  REE PREMIUMS  m a -^ /v-l>i ��������� I  uat-siui  gifts?  S3  AirAK ci -s. Ifa  LAViSUilgV  Simply use the Soap --   Save the   Coupons --  Send   for a Catalogue --' Secure, your...Pr^mjUsKss in  ���������Pew  ���������Hxc  XfXX^.  rtiimnaw  41. mmxmxmm^sm.  ��������� T      ^*/*A*J*jr*f^-_r!:G  WA*- ^* ��������� ii^4T^.iS^r  saved.  THIS  IS   ONE   Or"   OUR   MEW   PPfeMlOMS  PELOUZE   FAMILY   SCA?:_w  Capacity 24 lbs. by ounces; no weights to  STPt loft, absolutely automatic. Kxtra large  dial, with sil.-ei* centre and sold border,  beautifully finished in black enamel.   ' Y.-  Prudent Housekeepers use family scales  for cheeking tbelr purchases. Invaluable  for preserving, indispensable for proper  cooking. Tney soon pay for themselves.  Free lor 500 Royal Crown Soap wrivppvr's.  Kv������ry scule wairanteii by Government Inspection.        Postage   2Bc.    extra.  OUR   WATCHES   ARE   GOOD    PREMIUMS  Every boy and **;lrl wants a  watch. Wp havo n.proat v������u-  let.v of them. Secure one fii'o  vi ilh youi soap wrappet s  Thepc ure all high cltiss  wntclios nnd will give oveiy  bftlisfactiou.  watches. "JoO  winches. 300  watches.  ���������.',000  350  P.ov'i  nickel  wrappers.  "Rov's   .tlckol  wi appci s.  Roy's   Gun   Mela)  500   wrappers'  Boy's  Gold    watches,  wrappers.  GUI's, nickel  .'watches,  wrappers;  i-iiT.i Gun Metal Watches  ���������too  wrappers.  Girl's Gun-Metal watch*.-,  4f>0   wrappei'M,-  Girl's SterllnK Oliver watch-  rf.   1650     wrap-jets.  Girl's Gold-filled winches,  1800  wrappers:-  if you have not the required  number of. soap wrappers. ask  us the money value of tho clo-  xired watch with the coupons  or  wrappers   you   have.  OUR  &ILVSRWARE   IS ALU OF    A     HIGH  QUALITY  CAKE  NO  DISH  60  In satin engrav*  tfll.      &11114 Alli-U,  quariruplrt pinto  on white metal.  It Is given freo  for 5fi0 Royal  Crown Soap  Wrappers or 2G  Wrappers and  IB.00, Send 25c.  for   postage.  tifttAD TRAY NO S5  Is satin engiuvt'A., rococo bolder and heavily silver plated. An excellent and useful  article. .-.-.��������� roe for. T>5i������ Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, or 25 Wrappers aha JI.-75. Send  200.,������ for   rriptapo.  -N-T,;>OR   A  COMPLETE   LIST-IT   IS  FREE  ������3e% X TSC? ���������-'". B   I"4._s?;=K.  REST fiHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CKIID.  Good Post3 in the Civil Service  i     With   the   view   of    supplying     the  i Civil Service of the Straits Settlement  ! 2.n.d   Federated   Malay  States,    cadet-  ships have been established, the hold-  M^^^^4^^^^^U&^rf!er9  of-which   are  required  to  devote  *   "for* their   chilurkn   WHiLB ! rhemselv'*-s   for   a   certain   time   after  *escd fo*  iiOTUHBS    ._.     ���������_ .  '-TEE'fiil^-G. with PERFECT SuLCE-b. .a ���������  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS. I  .mm. ..������ ������������������! n������i������. 4-rrwtrc wiKp COC'C. and '  Ss the best remedv for PIARRHCEA. It is ab- i  tsoJnteiy harmie-^. Be sure and ask. tor "Mrs. j  '"Winslow"*-' Soothing Svrnp," and take ao other ;  ^ciari.   Tweuty-iive-ceiitb a bottle. I  !���������������������������,-.,  SEND; TO   YOUR   NEARFST   f-'REMIUM    L ..PARTM  ���������    ^������.������ ������������^        ir* jSfc,-������#���������-,������ .������'  -      jnvi.fFm.m'mT-m-ll'-       ESi^Ta  ^   a_5_  ���������-'   .   a     aB_l?f������?t^  i nc. x%kj % Aim,  -CJKM vt.nt  ov^f ior i^in_i i jtu,  PREM."U5*,  DEPARTMENTS    AT    VV NNIP7.G.    MAN.,    CALGARY,     ALTA..     VANCOUVER,   B^C.  -$2  "heir arrival In the Fast to learnins:  a native lansuaE-e The'Oadets, who  aiust be natural-born British subjects.  *re selected by open competitive examination held by the Civil Service  Commissioners, to whom all inquiries  Z" " ~??r.'TYZ ���������,titin7tirtititititi^>3 ��������� ori the'snh'ject should be addressed.  DA\ ������.I\D -P. ALSO tOMMits- | The examination for these appoim-  sion .or local representatives: i meais -,^ as a rult?i heid -m the  ���������either sex, permanent; experience un-; month of AU������.US{ in those vears in  r-ecessary; rapid advancement: spare} xvhich vacancies occur simultaneouslv  ���������time accepted. Nichols. Limited, pub-; ,vilh thl5 lamina;ion for the Civil  lishera   Toronto. Canada. {Service of India.       Candidates  must  be between the ages of twenty-two  and Tweuty-foxir on . the first day of  AtiOTst in the vo,ar fjj ���������which the examination i^. he'd.  The seair-eie-i caudidates are exoecr-  ed to leave Eng!a:id aboTt a month  after they have been finally selected  ;or appointment.  Each cind-dnre receives salarv at  the rate of $1250 ner annum, half salary to commence from the day of leav-  ���������n*r En^'and. and full salary from tha  ���������lay of h.*s' arrival in the colony or  _ , ,, State tJ which he may be sent.    Ca-  HklOliey   StOTieS,   -biravei   and I .lets are provided- with free furnished  a -j-^3 ��������� ouarters.       A free passase to the col-  __i-iu j ony or gt.tii- :~ -.-or^ie(] f0T the eadet  | subject   to  an  undertaking to  refund  s . ; the cost of his passaee in the event  SANOW   EXPELS   URIC   ACID        j ������r his rpiinqiuisninss the appointment  within.������thrce'years for any other rea-  pon than ment a! or physical infirmity.  * A cadet who parses examination in  native lanpuase is psid at the rate of  $1500 per annum with free furnished  quarters.  A Liberal Offer  Mrs. Yruingbrldc (at tho baker's).-".  The holejs jn these doughnuts are very  .arge. Vot* ought to make some reduction.  Baker���������Can't do-that, mum* but  T'U allow you a cent each for the holes  :f you'll return them.  tA     GERMAN      SPECIALISTS'      DISCOVERY   WILL   POSITIVELY  CURE  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Bladder Stone, Gall Stones,  dl Aliments of Uric  Origin  AU Provided  Mr; Walter Joyce. 'The Youth of  the Strand.' as George R. Sims once  called him. attributed his perennial  youthrulness to the fact that "he onca  knew Keiiry J. Byron. He useti to  tell a good story of the ready wit of  the irrepresrible humorist.  In company with Byron, he was proceeding along the Strand, when another member of the party drew their  attention t������"������ the unusually pathetic  figure of a sandwichman. whose face  seemed to betoken a knowledge of bet-  i.sr A.ay.  Deplorable, isn't it? he said. Nine-  pence a day.  Yes,  ooard.  KEVER FAILS TO CURE  ���������fttHuntlreds    of    cured    patients    can  provo our statement).  ''Suffereri will receive pamphlet free  :,    ^w\ r������rju..'->t.  ',        Sanol.       PRICE S1.50 ppr bottle In  tf?;-* '. tyquid .from  Druggists, or direct from,  5?'(J-''���������Kh-  i'" **2*.  jj^.*ffk-SAWOL  WIFG. CO. OF CANADA.  Lta.,  ���������'V-V' Winnipeg, Man.  ^\y        l "vVCUt  tistics, -Germany is a nation of law-breakers. It  appears that one person out of every  twelve has been convicted for some  transgression of the law. One girl  out of every 213, one boy out of forty-  three.* one woman out of twenty-five,-  a..d one man out of six have come into  conflict  with    the    authorities    over  An  Income  From  Mushrooms  in many  a decidedly valuable product.  We usually think of raising them in cellars  or other i-.ark places, and  can hardly  picture them as "^-"Kjn^y 9^ j last"extremity  ~,~    ���������    .���������  -..       Quite right       But what do you consider the las.*, extremity to he?  Just round the corner of the dock  The Lest Extremity  Mr. James Payn, speaking of indi- j  vidua! interpretations of general rules,  said in going round one: night with  the officer on guard at one of the English dockyards he heard an amusing  illustration by an Irish sentry of this  point  If you see a convict escaping, said  the officer, what is it your duty to do?  Sure. sir. and I'm not to fire till the  (    John Bull discovers another important German Secret-^  Frau Germanicus uses nothing but Black Knight Stove Polish.  The biggest can  of easy shining  stove polish on  the market.    A  paste���������- ready to  use.  |0^i���������g1P0^/l!_   POMSli !0���������.  Equally good for  Stoves, Grates,  Pipes and Iron  Work'. Not  hIT- -ieel by heat.  40  'm'.    II -'bJ4,���������IH,lLh-ftff-l"lf BlU"*""1   '"*  _2__2  Canadian Northern S. S., Ltd. |  Veribrite Venoii  THE WORLD'S BEST  WOOD       POLISH  CliTiris and dlnlnfectH  i.v<'iythiii������ in ymir  hoiiii' from tilt; cellar to th������ mile. I'm  ii on your du.sli'r and  llllll ll'it'ilwiioU I'loors,  Wrunlworlc, Linoleum:*,  I'limu*-. I''uriilturi>,  fir. MaUfM (>verv-  ilih-iB just llko  now. Money refutuled  If not ^iitiMrai'tury.  "V'.'iflr  by  tho  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COM-  PANY. LIMITED.  Hamilton.   Cnn.ida.  IFe.'icr.ir���������Johnny, how can you tell  tttcwl'iic'.l, from mushrooms'.'  .'J')hi)i'v--l!y the stomach-ache.  Ji ] I'X ' '  r*. ���������/���������'���������,*������������������  spot: yet the Japanese method is as  peculiar as it is interesting, for with  oue species, known as Chiitake, experiments havo been made of growing  them  in  trees.  The trpos used are oak from twenty-  five to thirty. yea'*s of age. ' Tbey  are cut down in the autumn, and at  intervals uf Jihi. of Gin. gashes nre  madp with nn a\-e all up and down the  trunk. The treo-i are then hauled to  little freo n on ted parts of the forest  r.nd  left  I here.  At the end of throe yonrs mushrooms apnear In tho Incisions, and  furnish a cron which lasts the yenr  round. lhn*-o of the autumn being the  mrmf valuable.  This mot hod of rnising i"iiRhi*nom*.  is probably tho lojist trouhlesom*-. in  lhe enti'-o world. What a vo������*t diff"r-  r ronco botwoon thi**. way of doing the  work and tho method used in inidT-  trrouni. Piris nnd olRowhero. whoro  the ueonlo who attend to tho culti-  vnMiin of tbo mushrooms llvo in a Uttlo world of thoir own and.poblom soo  ciavliuht  from week's end to another.  re  fl.-J?.~*j  orrow  ���������flpill be yours if to-night you will  aiettk the beneficial aid of lhe famous  urwi ideal family remedy P-ecc-ham's  IPills. Nervous d������j]jression, nr the  "���������',blues," is one of the symptoms  ���������ot a condition quickly corrected  bv the   reliable   and   quick-actinsr  A Great Opportunity  1 want ;i bov about your ngo, said  ���������he butcher, and will givo you $3 a  wi-i.-k.  Shrill I have- a chance to rise? asked tho hoy.  Ye:-, replied tlio butcher. T Want  '/nil to ho hoic at -1 o'clock every  ���������nornir.p.  yard there, sir!  was the reply.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  i ��������� ���������        ���������        ���������-      Good Idea  He was a burly, oldfashioned skipper and had not yet become acquainted with all the latest improvements  on steamers. .When he went on.the  bridge of his now steam collier the  engine room telegraph was the first  thing tha-*. caught his eye.  What's that for? he demanded.       i  That goes down to tho engine-room |  leplied the mate, who was explaining  things to h'm. You see all the orders on It.���������Full speed, Half, Slow,  Stop. All you have to do is just to  move tho handle and the thing's done.  If I put tho handle to Full, will sho  uo full speed? aslced the captain. And  a I turn It to stop, will -it stop?  Certainly   said  tho  mate.  Ah, man, said the skipper, a slow  glad smllo "lighting his faco after a  long silence, that's clover. It. does  away with all them Imps of engineers:  CANADA TO ENGLAND  Shotted route to London snd continent on 12,000  Ton Floating Palaces.  Next Sailings  from Montreal  "ROYAL EDWARD" Oct. 30t!������  "ROYAL GEORGE" Nov. 13th  Xmas Sailings���������From Halifax  "ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27tl������  "ROYAL GEORGE" Dec. 1 lth  Further information  front any rail  or steamship aproiit,  or write.  A.   H.   DAVIS, Gen. Agent.  272 Main Street Winnipeg  Not    Intended Y  Mary���������I was pouring myself out a  glass of ^vihe   in.. the   drawing-room  when  the butler  pounces on me aad  says: Hello! I will have hone of that.  And whut did you say. Mary.  I said I did not intend to offer him  any of it. ........  Did you teir about the'defacement  of Sklniier's tombstone?  No.      What was it?  Someone added..the. word 'friends'  to the epltah.      ���������  What was the epitah?  He did his be*st.  He Knew  Knicker���������DQ/ybu understand mortgages?  Bocke-r���������vab: the first is for the car"  and .the second ia for the upkeep.  A great prima donna's idea of an  expensive fiat may be one that she  can buy for a song.  After the age of sixteen a chlld/a  earnings may not legally be claimed  hy his or hex* father.       ~  ,:iVben the  ���������"iri'v.*- then tlv i!ir'o*-fi'"iri is Mirr*  tt> be impaired and the nerves to  I'jnsc their tone. IJccch.-itu'}, Pills  mjmoca* ".lift organs of digestion to  it-iflrk properly and thus I his nn*  VH'-Wl medicine h*.is a tonic effect  irrvr. th���������* whole system, ISVech-miY  !vri'o.*i do not vary���������ihey act always  ���������   ,. - f.,>i,fi|.ii,M        ...ill        lUf.ir       rrri.n,  ���������re-'y.iL-ilioi', ; mildly and safely l������t;t  ���������'".jt������'i aaaiv.      xii   c'v������:iy    VhAj  j     Overheard on Second avenue yoster-  ' -:in>'.      1 must admit that my liancoe'  ' i-,i t\'*   o.,i-.V .  That'rt nothing, .said the other follow,  '.vhai  is hor attitude about  not know-  i ing how to co-ill, does nhc brag about  it,   or   duos   sho   talk   lllco   sho   would  i  I'iilio an effort  to 1 earn7  . ������ A Mistake  '���������'(.���������IM--I   fic-fl   tin   electric   searchlight,  ������i> lw nitiiohoil to Iho barrel of n gnu  i-'M   Mid   tho   hunter  to   noo  i>iimn   nr  t:>.',!M.  ih a liorniaii  invent ion.  (',;���������> eiir. Tlio poor KUldrii won't oven  )��������� "1 safe now when they're homo fust  .*:-��������� 1 .-���������*���������* l������    in    bod.  mmmmm*mmmimammmmmmmmmmmma*mt0mmm*m  ifidl;i  ���������iu   (<-.'.?  a    be tier  . .it,  run.,  A   lil...  and   vifjor  ...... t ...���������_'  am m *  >%5������5>urt;   i on  "���������^w    am mum* mm^ m*tma m*    ^mttm^ **     TP>r   ���������'������������������������ mm  .H41.W muffrtmUmte,      ���������     294:..  \hm iitWi#*i������""*������w4iil������ ���������Hem*,- !������**���������/��������� ������"������unr Unluiul  W.   N.   Ut -20  Maypole Soap  \  FOR HOMB  DYEINO  W������ilir������ ������ti(J dyrj ������l  Why suffer from corns whon thoy  (���������an bo palnlcn'tly'rooted out hy using  'lolloway's Corn Cure.  The rector of a small village In Ireland recently met ono of his pariah-  .oiioi-h who was a farmer and a grout  dog-l'anclov, r.nd who *.vas also fond  of u glass of whisky. Ah Ihey walk-  -il tojM'lhor nvvhlln tho rector, admiring some of tho dom* ho had with him  mid  to the farmer:  r>ld yon ever hoar that hy giving a  pup whinny you kept, him from grow-  l n it?  Vos, replied the ('armor, and 1 trioil  *1' .    ���������  With what' reaulta?  Tho pup <llod.  And now my friend, said the rector,  I wasn't that a H^oii lesson tor you;  Ileilnil il wiiii, sir, Tor I Juivo never  wasted a drop of good whisky on any  of my docs slnco.  A Poor Excuoe  Ward'T (entering cull)���������Your wlft*  is here, unking to ������eo    yer,    Hovoiiiy-  si'Veli.  Convlet.    (In    (leiiporallon)���������Phew!  Miss France; Uarratt- the ten year  old daughter of Mr. W. Barratt, of  Northampton, has just achieved nn  extraordinary distinction at a French  school. She was tho only English  ���������*.'rl at the National School at Moiiy  and heat all the Fiench girls at their  own language, winning tho first prlao  for French componltlon, hoshlos first  lor geography ami arithmetic, and s5iX-  ond for wrlt.ng.  Frai'.fc'iii Bninnhlkhi, Um Gorman  giantess who Is now on a visit to London, may bo us is stated, the tallest  girl In th-' world, hut she la hy no  moans tlio laliosi. why has boon noon  In tho Metropolis. About thirty years  ago a performance entitled 'Buhol and  Dijon' drew enormous andloncos to tho  old Alhambra. The chief attraction  was the Amazon Queen, Impersonated  hy a young German girl nnmod Marian, Sfl.. 'Jin. In height, who mndo a  Stent sensation aa uno Hiredn on to  'he fltag? e'nd In a gor.-joonn motal-  r.overcd costume. After the play had  mil itn (!(.urse she went back toClor-  many, wnero hho died at Die age of  ���������.'ovonreoii  CLEAN   HANDS  /*.������������ COM CAN'T������������������ZZ&Ci  New Sono-.of the Shirt  With f.ngers rigid' and numb,  With eyelids heavy and red,  The   fellow   stands ��������� by    his    bureau  drawer,  Scratching his swollen head.  Bing! Bang! Biff!  He goes at the driiwer with a spurt.  And sings with a voice which is far  from sweet,   .  The Song of the Buttonless Shirt.  One,  two,  threo!  Out of tho drawer they liy;  Four, live, six!  Not a button on ono! IiIb cry.  He puts ono over his head,  And   clutches   lt  under  his  chin,  And trios���������with somo words���������to fasten It on '* ���������  With a mensoly safety-pin.  Oh. mothers and sisters doar!  Oh, mothers-in-law and wIvor!  Tt is not. the linen yoti'.ro wearing out  Tiut patlonce and human lives!  Please try nnd go1, busy, do;  Give up building that hjit or skirt,  Just long enough .to-sew at leaBt  A button upon.,one Bhirt.  Ttlr.t!  whispered Paddy.  He was crouching henenth tho sign  of the threo .halls, watching, alert,  and ho had no cars lor the plennnnt-  tlen'of hin old frlond Mick.  What's the matter, Patrick? whlo*  pored Mick, nnxlomtly.  Paddy laid a finger on hin llpB.  Have ,vuu     noiie    i.iuiiliy?     ���������Mii'iiUud  Mick, unheeding.  ���������   Toll mo, Piitrlc'k,  what Is It?  Tt'a like this, whlBpcrod Paddy. It's  .Mist twelve months today I pawned  iuy Mill, i.iui I'iii told la a 'twelve  month It'll run nut. "Mover'a xvord,  Mlek. Jm standln* here waiting to  no ready for It as It, comes running  through the doorway.  USE YOUR SPARE TIME  We give you a Home Study Courae  which will enable you to prepare for  better things by using your spare time.  We teach all Commercial" branches,  Mlghei Accounting, Drawing, Illustrating, and fit young people for good  positions at good salaries, .write ub  for particulars and lot ub know what  position you ��������� would like to prepare  for. Do it now. Address- W. H.  3haw, President, Shaw Correspondence School. Toronto, Canada.  ___R_l_alt__3W!M__  '������������������ ''���������'^'Y-^ii.'r^'V''  ig^^igjaalilw  lil^ft^ira  1^^>������_^_^T^"?Wj  ��������� ��������������������������� ,������������������ '���������    -��������� ���������"'  ���������   ���������' ''���������*,- .   ���������������������������',;,, \i." ,','���������;,���������"  Vl-';.iK..' ,:i^'v.':  in���������_[ i r nm ������ k ������1.1 y  <Ui������n. Int'^lii. (and  rol<in.l.>yi"j i oium,  wih.I, uiik in rnu-  tui-;. 'Jf'1 '.cUs,  will tjivi* mny ������li������rl������.  _i.|oi4   itji,   iiiactt  rjw  L  F. L. 8EME0ICT & CO. Msntraal i  IMWW^WIWi^lWIIW^W4WWWtllWWWII^lWI^^  oipo������i|j'd Willi b*k>  Ui "H..iv io Oyf"  lioryi  ��������� An oinlnenl vi'mPcii' KpoolalUt wnr  I very much hi tlie hahlt of utdug :i  | not e-book   to  i.iimIhI.  memory  and   en-  I lllll'O pI'liMUIII, In courtio of Hnu- it  '   lA<t������',i.iu.it    Unit-    l.lu    'ix'r.i\    fulhor    (lloil  I  The worliiy doeior attended thi> oIiho-  i 'UlleH u:i i'lni'1   luoili'iier Willi iluti hoiiuii-  i ally.      A' tho clone he wiif������ Almorvoil  in draw out   i note-book and to eram-  Iho   wol'di::  Meui-lhiiy father.  *]M^fS^rT~-m        '*���������'   'm~m-mm^,xMlfi"il'!'..  '���������^NlT^|EANi*S|-!  fJ/Hfl . .     1-IMirilMM,  15o m Tin.  lfa^'tMW^<w ftM'i r������u ������iiii ������flh������������piwlutlnn  NNAI* Uit������*OniOlN'*r. au.l llluiT IUJNO  UliKAHMIi, *WUl ���������������*���������������>'������<��������� vtimm k*J, >.������Ii'  mUtMmmAm. ,  .Tlmmy, llko all healthy hoyn, -wan  rood-of plnylijr out of doom, and, like  bovs In gmi?rnl. he* usually got hlm-  ������oif Bcandn'lously dirty, He wan  ������������������bout to nil down to dinner one day  lit 11    Iliii    iiii/I li.  i     ilil|'|'i"i������ li     i"    iiuili.ii  the soiled condition of hla hands, nnd  '"n* him on*, to Ihe kitchen to waoh  thotn.  Yon incorrigible boy! nhn exclaimed, an soon n������ she saw thn hanln of  ...���������������,,,.  (.,   ...i.i,���������i,   i,,���������.  i������,,,i   ������ ..������-���������. ,,,i   n....  roonirod    ahl'itlonii.        T-Tow    In    (ho  world do von manage   to   get   your  bandr* r*o dirty?  That didn't all como from my hundtt!  liKllUmuiU.v atlawei'ed Jimmy. I WiuUl*  ed my face lu tlmt water, tool  PURIty FLOUR ������  iSJfcii^iO^det-;  .. j. h,..-,.-.i��������� ....... ���������*.���������*** ���������*���������..-, r-���������-���������������������������_��������� ,_^- ���������#������������������* .  .vixhe Jbest  att-d -."Be*ttc?,t:  Bread   -A  1!  _t  )  \  1  ,\im  .!____  ,.a,,,.i,i.>a.;uirr������r������;a:aia;Ba.-ma������ii_i������_.  iBMIlM  mmmmmmt  *--iimemm<'mmrmBmmm!.''*������iaa*a&xsapt^m&m u
K  -i���
_.. ~'j__S8_4_- Si&asJ
11 if aK_3|
Declare    That    Weather
Strict    Regulations    Will      Preserve
'Herd  F**om-Exv.lnctSo.n
���Washington ���The .fur sealing season in the Behring Sea JTias    closed.
Conditions,! with the smallest killing of seals In
_���_���_- ���.��� cm��i rnnr^ihotf. to Ne.   ���nan--' yeai s. ana a totai absence of
Wage. -*.-.d Fuel Contribute to Ne    pe-ag,,c seaiing   acoordlng ^ reports
ceseity of Higher Rates in the v* est l t(J the-.department of commerce ana
���8ay Through Rate    Cheapest    In   labor.  '   The resul:  has*been,  it  is
the World ��� declared,  a  considerable increase  in
/Ottawa ���The railway board delved ^e T*��m��jer of coals which were threat-
'    """A""* ��  -��\*     "" *~J  Am..mmm mT   1X1. Ill 111��        _V t ' n ,.t if.Tl        V.17       fH_ _ !1 Yl T J-l~t
into another .mas of facts and figures
���submit.ed fy th- C.P.R. in connection w'th Its defence of its western
freight tauffs L- the western rates
case. The C.P.R. did not close its
case i>Ait towards the end of the siting witnesses for the company gave
pUce U Mr. D. a l^anoa. vise-president of the C N.R. Bystem, Who was
being examined by F. H Phippen,
when ihe board rose. Mr. Hanna
agreed wi'b Vice-President Bosworth,
of the C.P.R., that water competition
controls tho ra'e situation in the east.
He said that if it was not for this
competition eastern rates would be increased. He declared that in .many,
ways the cost of operation is higher
in the west, notable on account Of
wt&.her conditions,
-A. 1 <-,-*- r*..
AIA��_,ll,i. .
or.e_   with  extinction by. the wanton,
slaughter of pelagic sealers. ���* '
The total nujiit^r killed off the Pri-
hiloff islanas curing the season was
S,764, oonsider-ibiy less th_an/,the average in the past. Thet?e were killed
ly agents cf the, American government, and the sKin-- will he sold in
London, the pAoeeedfc to be distributed
.tmone. the United States, Great Britain, Russia, and Japan, In accordance
with the treat:* signed by these governments tor the -preservation' of the
runge of wages and the greater cost
cf fuel.
W. B. L.anigar  freight-traffic manager in the west, was the star witness
for the C P.R.      He maintained that
the western rat or. were reasonable nnd
th>��t the through rate on grain to Fort
Wi.liam is ih"-��~rowest in tne world.
���   -Mr. Lanlffan was cross-examined at
,length by W. A. Macdonald, in regard
to the posfeibilitv of an exoort wheact
���trade'being dev���V��ppd via Vancouver..
He said that while the c'P.Ra] was
tohxious to see this done.Jihe present
-5.:gh rates for ocean carriage and ln-
��-u*��;ance make it practically impossi-1 bupply them with young    cattle    for
"Die.      No reference was made'to the   LC~ie time to come
conditional which will he  created  by
Irish Influence is Strongly Exc-ted
Against it Being Removed
Li^ndon. ���It is understood that there
ia little likelihood of the British ports
beirg opened To admit Canadian cattle in the nea futuie and the refusal
cf Rt. Hon. W. Runciman, president
cf *he boar-l cuf agriculture to receive
a deputation o- tue subject has caused
considerable indignation among those
who have t,esn aglicUiAig for the" re
moVal of tne embargo for months
past. That this'attitude of the government is due to the Irish influence
is common knowledge, although np
to recently Iris1' store cattle were excluded from England and Scotland. It
in stated that Ireland ,will continue, to
Monday the   t2ndency> of prices .rt'as
gradually but slowly downward. Yesterday,  however,  the development' of
the political situation in tne Ualkam,
leaped out in reports of mobilization
of troops* and tne short sellers In all
the speculative markets���at least the
nervous shorts���started to cover their
ohort sales, and no doubt many opei-
ators who  wor*-*- nnt qb*-i**t fiitvifht 't
well to buy some wheat, and moderate advances took place in 'all markets.  This was repeated today, though
to a smaller extent, and it leaves.the
changjc in prices oil the week in some
places ^c. tower and in others,   V_c
higher than a week ago, generally the
decline is on the near deliveries and
the advance on the distant deliveries
The weight of the American and Canadian spring wheat crops is not being
felt yet, hut if the weather keeps favorable receipts  wlll'hecome so large
'hat it Will need a strong and advancing International situation to prevent
values on this side going a little lower.     -Wo do not think there is much
hi a    European    war    nowadays!    to
slro* ^1 advance wheat prices In fie
outsi     ~*ountries having whQat to sell,
because    .vhp-.f    in    neutral    vessels
would either not be contraband or the
���Turk's-" have    to'y evacutae
f** ��� ~  -.A .      JL,"*-        <���>,���.^J.       CU.4
Podgri.za,   Montenegro
Ottoman  Guns  a're  Silenced
Half   an   Hour   After   Prince
*��� -���������* - 1 u
s   Issue-.
-The  Mon-
tenegi in army _p-ii_d the war,a_aiubt-
rrkey  on  Oot,' "9;, ,hy. 'attacking v""a'
stiong Tuik-sh position opposite Pod-
son ot King "N'Chola&, fired  the first
shot,. i  .     i ���
_hi3  was   the  signal  for  firing all
aloiift  the line,, and.an artillery  duel
WiCi-'in    21    nhntites '' '
1- 4 I ' ^ ' L
���sinc*ss. SVi"5��v   In" a;5" "Dspartmcnts,,
and Railways Show 12 Per Cent.   >,
'New"Vo,,k.���Dispatches   to  Dunn's
Within j Review  from 'branch oilices of It    J
Dunn & Co.   in leaiiiust cities of the
-Tnei'^-fiS-unAV ' *_r______f-
s"eicer J nonunion  cf   Canada,  fetate  tjjj-t  the
ni.tilo,  I'nrtjil-
LJ1UUUOI1   Ot    lAlii    V.T.C.
ehaudise  ib  making-tsatistacrofy pio-
gress.. < "v ^        '
' Wholesale   tirade   l-,;maintainpd   at
Montreal, cooler weather? ?stlm:ul at ing
_^     the deniail for heavy dry goods and
Peter, the youngest clothing. Boot and shoe manufacturers are \ery busy, leather is ex-
t.emeiy firm, and nioes have again aii-
vancea. Groceries are m fair demand,' witi most canned goods scarce
and high.      The iron .market is act-
Tu-ks had evacuated the mountain
Podgritza is the heajtjgosirters ofJthe
Montenegrin''forces ana, a'mid'.the en-
husiattic cheeking of the, peopje, Kins
Nicholas, with Prince Mirko, 'his second son; and staff rode early fo the
i niohhrelnv to '��� urvey Jthe positions,
high freight and Insurance rates^ and 'i he Montenegrin guns thad been placed
generrtl ri'.k would he ��*m'h Ih-ii thev I the jiight oefore, -and strong detach-
would eat un anv prorahle a-ivanco ments were held in reserve should
in value on the other pu'e; still it Is the Turkish fyrces prove larger than
popular to consider fiat wir will ) me ieporta of tho scouts indicated,
raise  the pr^ce of grain The star-j     Punca,al1v at eight o'clock the first
'stical situation the na<-+ .wp-k'ls not | fihot was f:treotod at tlie Turkish posi-
ensued.      WiCi-'in    21    mintites    five   .        . .    ,
Turkish gun    were sileh_ed. and the| lveA WJ  ��j>e���}*nB  extensively   in
OU       M��. AAlil   .A,   IIDHJUJI    ���.   .     -V-.J       i.A/l^AA       .1../ ��..M I   J.    .�� 1 .4       ....-I 1 .       hllSl
nesa-is up to the average for this sea-
ibh   _ujj      were   sneji���cu.   aim   ijji? .,  ,-   r.;           ���   ...    w                       ,���.
s rerriat3d from the first position a-ticipation of higher prices. . ihei
cunt  Pliniuitza        .Bv noon  lhe ls  a ^ood   'etail   trade  m   feeasonabl
f��Jit ,*> lan^JiiJZg.j      --^y   noon   me ii..,**! dt *0��p.1*.ap    and    -hnlosAlo   bn��
s hnri  -v��f>'.iaf_f"i   fho mnunrniTi i.neB ai vi'ieoec.  ana   \M101Coaie   DUS
bo bearish as it s-emed nkely it wmil'l j tloa  on, thc  Vlls  opposite  by  Prince t aie very promising
be.      In ihm Lmled State** the mo'-c-   Fetfll%  who  ls a  eaptain  Qf artillery.
mem   or   wmrer   ivnea*"   nas   Ke;-t   -������> i At the booming of tne gun, ihe hand,
well, bit 'ne movement of the ��-pr��ne I m   lhe     viontene,-rin       headquarters
whoat ha**, not i-iorpa^ed  nS wa. gon-   gtnick up tb^ royalihymn.
erallv  ev.n<?cted Tho evnort1-*   from  thp , '     . .
United  States    and    Canada���mostly I 4  Tiat the  a'^tenegrm  Are was ef-
11 om the former, of course-last week | lectlvs was ProVed by  tlle quick Ie
^ere heavy   5.840.000 bus., being the
urement of tbe Turks.      After they
largest  quantity  for  one 'week "since ! "vacnaled   h- mountain  a general ad
lhe    Montenegrin   intantr<
the complet-on of the Panama Canal.
The general cros-?-eyamination of the
, ^C.P.R. witnesses by counsel for the
federal,and provincial -governments
a.nd the Winnipeg Board of Trade has
���bein deferred until they have' an ..opportunity to study the rate compar-
���1-ons mi omitted by the company, ���
���AEr. Mclnnes agreed with Vice-President Bcs^'or-ci* that It was not fair
to compare British Columbia division
���with I^ahe Sunerior division. Proper
" asis of rate making, hp Tsa'ti. would
be upon traffic tha originate1-*, or i��
consumed ir. each railway division.
Mr MoTun?'} agreed that t)oe*in
frelsht at Vancouver, Montreal -and St.
John would *be credited to th��?e
���points, mu not froigiit such as jrrair;
carried over eich divisions for filriher-
anee ��;��a?tw'ird. He stated'that the
C.P.R. hai' claimed exemptrioif from
jurlsdlctlo- of the railwav t">^t^ "**''
fpr some reason none of the traffic
���}n use eastward from Vanoonver had
"been approved by the hoard in accordance with th0 pfo-isiol***-* of the rail
1 "-way act.      An
August anprov^d of standard ^ tarl/Ts
_��st of V���� ic-iuvpr snbiect^to the de
ei'jon c f the hoard in this inuuirv.
Mr. MrlnJie-? admitted the ahilitv
of the C.P.R. to separate local from
���th*reiserli freight n"d e?��'SSo,n'3*p** ejarn-
Yngs. and that through rates wore
. ���hnrso'l nn i mileaeo hn^i��? throughout the entire svptem. Bo'h freigh' j _,^4
and pasceT'j er business had mcreasc-d
since the return filed of the Vancouver
a hoard of trad-- investigation.- The
hatiril directed that a fresh return
���should be filed showing the business
������one on eaeh division over the whole
Capturing Poachers *
Ottawa.���More " American boats
have been captured while poaching
inside the three mile limit on the Pacific: eoast than have been taken with-
ing many years. Up to the present
four American 'fishing boats have
been caught by fhe Rainbow and other
government    steamers.        Three    of
soU. ^vvhi-e   the"  o'ther   case   is
hanging -nre.      The naiai service de
.ibcrai at 38,818,000 hns. against
31.256,000 bus. a year ago. The United States visible supply in-creased
1,526,000 bus. against" an increase of
1,559,000 bus. a year ago, and is now
cJl,85s.G00 bus. against 52,709,000 bus.
a year ago.        3lie increase    in   the
son     . ti  \
Toronto reports a good wholesale
movement of geoer4L.merchandise.'es-
pccially in heavy dry goods, clothing
.^_-foo,twsara Groce; les are in hb-f
eial reqin-?t. If ard ware and buil'd-'
ing,supplies,n,re moving freely, and the
strength in hides and leather is'fullv
maintained, . ����� Active retail trade is
renoiled b^"Hamilton, demand _?in*i
stbmiL'ted'hy the appearance of cooler
weather, while wholesale distributions  keeps  uo  well,  and    prosp��cts
With satisfactory crops now assured, fall business
in the far west and north vest \��,
showing marked activity, with all
classes of merchandise in heavy de-
Winnipeg reports that retail trade
i** some lines is affected by warm
weather.- but that wholesale departments are busv, the movement of
merchandise beint? stimulated ity the
excellent Harvesting results Genei-l
"-ade conditions "continue favorable
at Saskatoon, and collections are improving Heavy fros*s In the vjein-
ity of Edmonton have done- no dam-
agge. as the grain Is in stool;. The
si-nation in mercantile l.n_*> coritinu-s
very satisfactory the -Volume of busi-
���npps at Calgarv showing a lar?e in-
'creawe; and trade is brisk in groceries.
.. . I u-.s,  visime would    no    douhi    have
pa,rtment reports that the Americans, j bepn !arger but for the lact that- sev.
are the greatest offenders, the Japan-1 f ral Cargce> of wheat have unexpect-
es-    seldfcm   infringing.       Only   one | ealy    been taken    awav    b      vessels
American boat was faken lastv^year
a'nd it. is c-nsidered the result '"df the
activity of tha government fleet  will
-     -      -   j. .      ��. .\    -^.,_.    v..      I���,     A-*-, f.    H.��f..w.~*       '-'n.**^.
irigiJLt*Jl    HBJJC1 IIIC11    4A4    ��AAt    .AU....v.y      -   " ~,  j   TQUnt
extra steamers are being built In Great
Britain for the fisheries protection service and  will b~ completed  for next
chartered to load at Fort William
The expected supplies of wheat not
having arrived at Fort William on ac-
- of the aeiayd, narvesr in our
Country, shippers who had vessels engaged to load at Fort William in
September arranged to divert them to
Duluth where there was plenty ����
wheat, aud thev' bought caigoes Ur
them "there. These cargoes were
i-hippeu to Canadian ports on the oth-r
s'de of the Lakes, and the grain
uiganneared from tne US visible
oi ii-i-fc-i;-.. cauumiiusiaa iu a.a��_ ���aii pply. The European visible supply
imperial  N3T'V. *        . ! also decreased last week 1.8--0.000 bus
For IrT'perial Defence
oondon.���The Hon. T. MacKenzie.
order ��o7 thV'^rd'of   of Ne"w ZeilanJ,'who has arrived in
���t�����r_�����2i:A!^;��   London, declares himself entirely  in
t.vor  o���  dreet  contributions  to  the; *-,u pply.
on the sha-*e of Lake Scular. near the
Montenegnr frontier.      A general engagement  iollowed and  continued  ail
���av o-, tr an extensive front.
K'ng Nicholas has issued a proela-,        -, ^ - ..      .
-Tiatior summoning all Montenegrin*j provisiom?, dr/"goods. boQts and.,shoes
to go iomediatrly to the assistance of   a- d_.haru-war��=-v
" FOK^iOCTOBER  20>tSl2
' ,'     1   -">   T4--     ���~-t   -" f '> l
Text of, theYi.sfes_n: Ma'rf;" vlie;^4-3Q*:
M3jtt. vHJr 5'i3--,-r^1?w��'*****i" "Versiss 27-
2t���Golden Text, John v}, 3?~Cons-*
mentary by Rev   D. M. &i��xrri9.
Ih'eM^vo' jacidenti. of these-lessons,
though fiir _��j*-parated aa to the time of
fhelr occurrence, are batLLillustraiions
ot great faith bn ti^e part-of two pea*
pie wno were not of Israel���loreshad-
owlngs no doubt,5 of the time \ hen
'Jie&smgs shall go from Israel and her
righteous king^to all other n^tiolis aa
^_t loith in Pi. lxvn and many other
".laces in snch wonderful words aa
these, "God be merciful unto us and
oless us, that Thy way may be known
iipen e_n.li. ��� Thy saving health
a-uoiig all nations" and meantime
contrasting the 'little taith' or '"aw
faith" of tjiose of lesser privilege.
The stoi y of the woman of Tyre and
S> don toilers in the regular order ot
events, while that of tho Roman centurion takes us back to a time just
after the choosing ot the twelve apostles. Both events ,are recorded by
mat ihe w, the centurion also ivti Luke
vii and the gentile woman in ��Marfc
h Uj_ les&on of today The gregx
w'ords .n each lesson are, to my mind,
"O woman great is thy faith, he it
u-to thee even an thou wilt," and.
Verily I say unto yon, I have not
found   &o  great  taith,  no,  not  in  Is-
lacl, Lit,   tliy     V.S;,   5,_d   SS   thOli   iiaS.
believed, so be it   done    unto    thee.
���.Matt,  xv    28;  viii, 10-13).
Taking the story of the centurion
first ^ we note that his servant, who
was deai unto him. was sick unto,
^eath, and ihe messengers'-who came
to Jesus on his behalf spoke of the
oenturlon's love for the nation and
how he had built them a synagogue;
hat the centurion himself, said,'either
personally or by his ^messengers, that
.ie "was not worthy to have the Lord
.ilbus come under his roof, but that it
He would only speak the word Hia
sorvaui would be healed. When the
k messengers returned to the^ ee.ntur-
mii's house they found the se'rvant
whole that had been sick. He had
oeen  healed  la the  same hour  that
I am not ly** said, a believer in lo-
zrti. na-vies s'caltered" all over the Em-
^ .re under sepa-ate control and di-
i��ction. even tn t >fe of peace, much
es in time'of war.   ^ :
npiievej-    in    one i
nf the g'"e'n a>*ii*ition
thtainen an admission from Mr('Mp-
Innes that at ��*pm * ��*ea<-i'-'n<-' of the voir
wheat .s tnken to St. John from Winnipeg, distance of 15u0 miles, for
13 cent*-;.'' Thlb was a non-navinc
iate nnd "�� twontv oent rate earned'a
profit. Mr. Me.Tnnos stated that the
export ra"o from Pft'earv to Vott'ouv-
er. ja distance of 640 mile1:?, is lIUp.,
"while ihe local rate is ?.?. coMfs. Ro-
fereni-e wap mai'.f to the rednctlou��-
of seven Iv nor eeni. ordejorl hv the
United. States Tn*o**statp Cnirnciw'-p
Comml'-nlon on freight oa^wnrd. from
Empire. or,�� NaVy. arid I am glad to
sa> that the^Nevv J5eal3nders as a
whLle are as*deeply committed to'that
principle as T aci.. .
against an increase ef 900,000 bus. a
>ear ago and It now stands at 72.-
y68.OO0 bus." against 83,100,000 bus-, a
veai <tgG. Notwithstanding these
comparatively bullish changes in vis-
ule supplieb,.  and  the fatreusjcu given
*heir breti'en m Old Servia. where
he declares "* women and children are
being nr. ..ai*acr_od.
Montenegro had hoped to secure the
Kieration of the fierSe in Turkexj.
wi hout the shedding of blood, but
nea"eful endeavors nrov,ed nnava'Hng..
eontinup<? the nroclamation. and no
other recou/se wa�� left but to take up
th�� =word in the'r behalf.
,--,T^>are ass ired m thi*"- holv undertaking nnuer sympathy with the whole
(ivilizod wcrltl, and we will have the
local assist; a**** of *-he Kings of Sor.
via, B-lgina and Grpf>e��. and th��ir^
r��ponle9xwhr m thi^ affair bivp rii""'''
ihem'-elves with the ��� Monfeiiegrins
like bn.thers
The  rroclama*-ip*n  pr,nti*<ii'����-'
h Mcnt�� *if!r'**> 'r f ������f'?c|r''o_ Turkev not
from motives of arrogance,    but    1n-
-jt,5 ed  bv a  noble ro-olvo to *ire"ent
final extermination of*her brethren.
, ���.. ,i^eous-'4"i��iA Soiu,    Ai.s    x.v.oix    nasc    ne-
Gross-earaing': of all Canadian rail-|i;,eved, so he it done unto thee." *
roads reeorring foi tinee i\t_;p\-- mi AS jesns commended the cenlm--
Septemher show, -an iper^nsp of 12 j?! .on's taith He said to the people that
per cent., as compare*." with the earn-1 jiany would eonu from all parts aad
;nn "of th? same roads ia��t yeir | ^nare tire kingdom with Abraham, Is-
,Commercia;  failures iA,,,the Dimi""-   jjac and Jacop, while many who sup-
.ion of- Canada this week*nnmhered"27
.against 24 ast week, and 20 the same
^week last, year.       ^
i.-ri'       Morih
Bad Time for Boxers
London.---When a professional box-
or named Brooks was fined for ob-
.tructicn at the cilj smuincir.s -court
lately h ���* asked for time iu which to
i,ay as t.-ade was bad.
Diamonds txpojctecj trrom
Cobalt, Ont.���It is expected that
���''i alfpr Taberner a well Known Northern Ontario prospector will shortly
reach here with the first lot of diamonds^ from the reported diamond
fields hprdering oir Hudson Baj . 1^6
was ih'^the NottoTp^y^^frter,, district.
last winter a-ad went in a*rain earlv
last -Spilj-Js'T/ith "a gang "of Men. They
remained m tlTe cor^^ry all summer
pnd 'must have struck"-if
tv e length of time spont
erner fii*st* received
Ta-h.1 i'Shf plac*5 before
Weekly Gruln Letter Supplied by
Thompson, Sons &. Co-, ��_ra��n..Mcr*
chants, WiiinTpeg.
thoso i��f ofioot fro-i-n 'f4r'ti5ly;CC**ambiR.
������oast cH.i"s wn.1** gone into.'       ���'"���" '.���������
Winnipeg, O.-.t.    2. ��� A    writer    on
grain  matters .*eccnuy - stated    that
"A review of tie wheat situation at
coast cities and a comparison of, tho'| l'-e present time is lutle more than'a
rates ���.renfod  hv thi0 ^^���-r^r^'-.'^'i.   talk; on  the  wea.uer."    'the  readers
Oi oiir..weekly le.ier Will' recognize
the truth of this *.emark, for uuring
the lasi: live-'or six weeks the WetuniBr
iu western Cumuli., ihe ..northern
-ivited States, aud western liurope
ha.is. been noi ihe chief factor in prices
���hut the leading miii.er of interest.
,_iul observation on Uic part of the
t,iuln irate goiieruliy in view oi 'iis
fjtobable iulluence on,'markets later ou
.especially; If no decided improvement
Address "f r>-:^"i/i-ri-"*i ������"t *^--ive Limited to Ftvtj Minutes
Berlin. - -Very, explicit directions
for securing simplicity at his own
funeral wore loft by Doctor Itlrsch-
ner. the ta'o oberhurgermeister (loi'.l
mayor) of Berlin, who died yesterday?
His lie'lv In '..o he placed in a. simple
pine .c<..Tl*i and burled from the come-
. tcrychnpel without any kind of cerr.-
niotital'.at;  tho town  hall.      Corpora
iouU'place, before nu��c.h vqA damage
wits none.      In.this country mere has l iiiovoiiicni of new c
tieii a week end maty, aeutsoi, lusting   eral.       lleeel-pts ��ri
lioui 'di to,'60 hmiiH -every weoit for
 _n       ���-���<-��� *  |'���'iu  lueil' live  weeks,  with  periods of
lioiis. go-/eriiinenl>* 'department- '51 ml J tfood drying wquilu-r. in between. Vor-
private iwaoclnlioiis arc n/qnested to , luuaiely, the weutiioi: ha.s not bee.*, jjo
abstain from .tendmg cither liepA'.a- j .uimvoralile "in A inert a and wohLbvii
t.ions or, llowers. Publlrt momorlaj.s | Wutjluitclu'wau aa it hnu been eastward
���fi newspaper, n common. custom Ui anil for. marly two weeka now tho
(.'ermany. a>*o ,1'oi'l.ildden, a��> svell aa I lilt thei' \vc��f, hits luul :fair., .weather.'
funeral (ir memorial services of anny |.)n Kuutern t-ianluitcliewan and Alunl-
lclml, nnd a I the hurlii' Hie mlnla'tier      '      ' *'       *
is to rend ;>njy the flD'h pHiilm (Lorl,.
Thou liast ho'ttt oiv  dwoilin'M>ii'co In
uii goiiarutloiiH) and to addross a few*
words  of  conHolatlou   to  the  family,'���
no*   evoo^dlng * In   nny   olrc.iitiiHi"!ine.r��
livo mlnufoH In letigt.li.
j    Import tab  Irish Cattle
���TiOndon.���1\ deputation oC   Rngll-'h
. �����ji��vlouH,iirl.*'\H    saw    Mr,     lluneliiian.
P'onldent. of tin* l-iourd ol* AKi'lculture
to-dny, when, the Pake of novonnhlrn I "No lira do'' uiu-h bowiuHo nmny fnrm
Implorod elm 'o atop tho Importation I nfrf ovldenllj out of patleim'e with the
ii-biic however, ihu week end wetting
down camo away again last. Thti'ruduy.
.Mid Krlday. I' wan very w.pt lu
iioiilliorh, Manltotifi,Mirth llaUoui und
>Hiv>|ienr.ViliinoHota, and the rain over
.'t������hifgo inea turned to show, -which
to the  markets by  tho  v.ar  rumors,
we do  not  see  any  certain  prospect
f permanent  improvement  in  prices
at the present time       The fact is the
.torthern hemisphere ha1-* had a good
crop year       Russia, the United Sta-es
and Canada have larsre  wheat crops,
and wes'ern' European crons are not
short alt'1 **"!?������'    ���leter'^^af'*'''!   hv   """et
weither, and Spain and Italy are the
only European coun*ries whose crops
are  on  the  short   side  and  that   pot
seriously.        Besides    the    bountiful
wheat cron*-. thero is thH'year abundance of otho- a-rain*"". root crops and
'���ay.       The United  States has  raised
record crono of eorn and    oats,    and
Iiiif-ah fiirl flermany have about ?00,-
000,000 bus.   more rve this year than
'ast.      The Arcenti-oo nnd   \nqtrall'in
crops   are   progressing.'.favorably-.and.
conditions   in   Jn'Ma   for   .c.rxlins  ithe
new eron are good..and'soTliugis nro-
���'s,.i'*?s?filng now. and India keons evnprt-
fniv wooVlv m^re'th"*!  '^oiihl'* she ov-
riorted la"t ��*onr.-- .   A'a.rk^ts bv;?.. had;.
;t  lari*;e  dooMno. Yho\v��?vor.-'   and   , we
���think-pro-tent price*", shoiU.'V. not    de-
e'.itio  o>urh   moro.  h'it.  uolth^r  do  w^
thin!'"thnt fho fiit'natinn  ivn>'��rfi'nfs nm-
imnorlti"*    at-vtinon    \n    nrioos    n*nt!l
.-���������ome bulliBh dovolnnmo'it. t"l?p's plnoo.
;iiul   there   is   really   nothing of  that
Kind In sight at' present. ���    .
Our Winnipeg marUot- is I'niriy nerve  and   would  be   much- more  ho ��� If.
rop was more lib-'
o  now  inei'easjti'g.
beliig at lh��? ''l^e of around 500 cars
hilly, and witn a .continuance of good
weather Mie.V nuly hoop ��� reach    1000
cars per day.      The present, receipts
v.iow  a disappointingly  largo propor-
ion of tough  and    damp    earn,    al-
:,ho\igh  the  wheat  In  its  eouilltlon  Ih
���nostly ?| and 2 Wortlieni and Js por-
tcctly good wheal.for the miller, nnd
���vhon run  t.hrmi��h< a drier  will  keep
as long ua wanted.      Huyera dft'or for
lough wheat fie    per Iiuh .  under the
prjoo of straight    gratle,        'I'o-day a
(.aall prices are: 1  Nor,, 8.��c; 2 Nor.,
���S7%(!'.   3  Nor.. 8��.,I,o;   No.   4  wheat,
Information !.aonor ��", *�� ,W��i _*?, P���ice .��   ��!,-.,
���egarding dianYonds in Northern Que       -0"0 ^ Ll'r" ��""-r *"ClCl
hiq .
Moosomin   Man   Appointed   to   Assist
Dairy Commissioner ' -
The development of the dan y* in-*
dustry -during, tjie past fe\V yj^irs has
I ten such that the Honorable, ta"_
Minister of Aggrniulture. ha3'author-,
ized the appointment of a General
Repiesenta lve al^the dairy brane.i in
the outside service
The services, of .Mr.  W.    A.     Mc-
Corltell,  of  Mooscmiii   hav.e   been   secured to assume these new duties aiid*
in  future he will assist W.   A.- Wil-
son, D-Mrv Com �����'<-sIonpr, in organija,'
"'g  Farmers'   Co-operatlvo  Creamery'
.Companies     appointing    local    representatives throughout    the    piovince.
and to maki known generally what the
government j$ doing , .Jo,   a*5si^.i  , thA
dairy iiidnptry.      A e'oiiipl'e'te orgahi^
7,atIon; along .commerc'.al 11 nes wi 11, be
effected thioujrhout *he province   ah 1
through   local  agents  thus  appointed.;
���ho dairy  branch    will    be , able *,to
i.'.st.ri b'iff e 'l.M er.i hi ro 'that^iv'i JI be' help-,
ful to all, dairy men'..' .    ���    '':��� ���':'
��� In ' seeuriiig Mr. ' MeCoi'lcell to undertake this work tJie: Mlnif'ter^o'-' lAg-
liculturo and the 'Dairv Comni,'-pt(ih'
or are to be eorn'rati'lated''.' v He has
always ,l:ee>i a t-trongBiippovt'?," of ill-
''erfifle'd I'arthln'r nnd jiarLlcliirly
rtnlrylng . ��� Wlth'h's evporlr>��s,e of'
..vo�� in "(,���>mp in (ho w-iot, which has
tiiiibraeed-every . pr'actibiu ��� phase./*jf
i!>>',nli'**T..fliid t-ovovfil yo-��rti oi ihe pth:*T-
of hist!t"tY*' H'V'nkoVs Yv'ith 'the e."***e'-*-
'lon worlc of 't^e p��";*��Tt'""it of Ar.r'-
"ni'n**". ' ���og'M."'*'*!'"��� \v'','i heini; n ovah
of Intetrrltv nnd good huslnosq ability.
'���>p    r'-.--'.---.T��c    <'"'��l')l'"i Hon���:.    tl\'ii     ti-ttt
enable  him  lo do good  work among
the fiirnv]**.,
l>ec from a Cnieago mm, .who claimed
to have been in the <country eighteen
years ago and* to have brought out
$100,000 worth of diamonds. He provided maptr, and -.'directions, which
T-a'berner ,qn his first trip found to be
accurate^ He succeeded in-locating
th'e 0l_* camps "and workings i tt 1^
stated the gems are* the blue, clay
workihgs gool-jgists/bave. stated as the
proper formation -for diamonds. Other
prospectors have visited the north,
hilt/hav��*. faileJ to bring back anything
tetter than good looking diamond mat-
a lX J�� t*
����"*    Bank Loans for Farmers *
' Wlnnlp'-'fe..���The movement    for    a
ftoverpment agricultural hunk ln Mi>ii-
.itoba  is now  fairly launched",''accord*'
?tng'i?;(;6 i;he ^06rtln16Iil:���'���Mas^''^lh'e,^:���'���whioh^���'
���J n ��������� I ts ������ en ri *.' n tV'3 ��* su o goes . on. to. .dell n i*
-.move, precisely- lhe .exact scope of ���this,
''pt'opo'sal. * :' T'hei',mbvehieut' ������'' con tew'-���
plates nriiriarr.y,  saysvThe nominl^-i^
l.f-Hev.e'iitahU.'.iimim>.:'hf; lirtt*ro*Virit^'f-atjijl-.
'ties for the..catt,lHiian and the gmfh
grower ,on the samo Tavorahlo tonnn
it are now op.m td th*�� lumH'V man.
the   prnin   man.' and   the  real   estnlo ! (laughter. Khe had heard of..this .wop
operator.     ��� Th.?re Ir, no run lamei'al | d*. rfnl teacher who could.,hoal all dli.
reason, it is arguo'V, wlv�� o^pltal | (ase�� and,-.east'..out dfiTioo'vand had
.,8l}Q\iUl.,nnt,,be...a*�� readllv dvallable^fo-'* ...iq iJiiuht longed tn reach. Hl'.n. hut He
"lhe ilovel'onmont. of' a >".*i/��o,,j n��������out. t was   too   far  it way,   arid   so .lifer, case
tural resources an,; fo*- tlio, 'i|(v//1'lon'nent .1, .seemed lvnpelca-*.      But  now  Hehad
of f.f,s rallwn.y. nml?hankiliK. lii'terost'H; ^qnie' lU'.-v;*!* tp ��� her,, \hy, 'hl^Hslng -.yrns
, Too 'mov-'iioiit.-must e'v"oc'i   to   m^et. j
.With 'nhnrvsirlon. In' the \V"".-tf��"i' t'lr*-!-..'
J'pr \��. oonklng v-llef from an intolerable
���condition, it  Is shown.   , '������'���
nioBtly melted na  It. came down, .but, i sin: Alljert.i iied  WIiiUm* No.  .1. 80c;
wi, i*��i,ijiie U'HU'icTrt ihe unow lay "i!, to- _
l.iclU'H il'iop. over .evisrythliig out of
���looi'rt. TIiIh liiiH put ilireHhli.g In
Miuiltobii nnoihev week Ifohiinl, iiud \t
in alHo iti.riiiiiii'A in .i-'likiH'' "tinroiu'iC in
cf frlnh wittlo.
Mv.   (tiint lni.in In replying fluid IiIh |
piBltloii  for, Homo uumiha.luul  been]
��. Y.iemely Jlfllenlt. !
/'No ea'tlo oo��'h�� biv linnorted oxeont i
from ureas in Irolnml free from din-1
������V*0    Y ,',"......,:������
ttmd^mmm ^t* n>��� in mil  #mm* >������* ��n_      k
Trada ^.omml����lorrer
ctrf ovldeniiy out of pal
delay, are .niresiling* at luani' pari, of
t'.iolr R-niln before li Is qiilio dry,
.'ltd mi ,iio ;.i;utci' tmw Uly.'n 0"-' 'i'i-Zi-
iiv of tlio gram may ho, It la "lough"
nnd liiHpeiitH "No urade" I Northern,
i or :i Northorn as the oiiho may be.
The hist foul; or 11 Ve days ovor tho
coiinliy have again Iukmi Very' favov-
.ihle, lii'lght, windy aud warm, iiud'tlih*
A.|t.  No.  2. <37'X>o; A.ll.  No. :i. 80c.
Pnturoii  closoft   Oct.,    P^'lse";     Nov,,
!%7e:'Dec, Sr/Vlic May.YiO'lic.
Oat�������� # ���   )
A -trung :n..irkt**l, eoiiUnuca for oats
,vvIii*j; to Hcurolty euuned by thedelay
in ihreHhlng..    'Jiila miijit chungo. rail
Forest  Reterves for the West'���'���'
Ottawa ���The forestry department
this yenr ita;-. .",, large, number, of m-'ni
In" the sxtiix'. iiavtly In ' nort'horn . portions cf the ihrep pruij'ie provluuea,
making thoioiigl. inv'iBtlgatloiiH Into
timber pbtti-lhll.'tloB, and from reports
which are ��� omliiij lo hand there will
be ii'iiMtuis for the setting aside of a
largo .num hor. of nbw* forest reHtM'v.oH.
The largest  reaorvo    which    It    la          	
propoavd tc form Is on tho ahorca of 1 *__. ���nn '.     .,      , _  ,
Lesser Rhne l.nke    and    eonslHts    off $750,000 for .Naviil  D-ifeno-j     .   ,
478.1  oquure  iniloa.        Next    lo    'the i     Capotown.���'A .sclieme of naval ami
Hocky   mouiit.'i'.n   roa<\rvo��� It   will ��� ho I-nillltaiy dofence for  Natal  linw heon
���^QuieY'ien;*'!.*-,-..-. .-.. .���...,- -.-, .--
w.ihln her roaith, and as-- smpi as \>oa-
fiVio she \r. at TTIa feet ''beseeching
iilm for her, daughter. To get tlio.
(.cmnh'le record wo must put the nc?
I'ounlHin. Mntthcw. nii/1 Mark side by
,,'ido.* ��� ..iTcviie.r'lirnt.'appeal .lesiiH ain,-
Wered.lier not a W'prd.
i ' The disciples' hesouKh't iilm to.
Hind ':��;r nway        lie thou H.ild that
Vlll Give Doctors* Mr ri l?>v
���' 'London ���-Th'o ntthlnet   litis- e.otipM-j
o'*ed incr'"se.'l   p-Mmm er.i Hon   fir  tlio j
doctoi'fl under tho T'lsuran".** Ac< .      It j ,, .   -..    .    ..     .    ,    . ,   t    .
is unioi-doo'l lint It nari-o.i ,to hi-, ' <' w���� Kent only to tli.- lost Pheep of
PrPP��'A in,, nnmun": ni-orenW 'US'���'ih'*--!-' llft'hW ql lB,me'- S?��^nr1,t; orlo<l
bv, ^B'.otfo.o^o. ..annni'Uy. .mnvinji' no^-l- \.'}"*��. H ���?"���'* f ie. s,onkof ,Vav,����� ��T
i'.|o   tho   fifivmorit' of   tfi.   fiiV;---V*'iv��'l.V^^��e''��ttVt*';,^r'V
.per Im-uv.'d .person a,,.yonr, nw. ,itofl�� , l* ^\"H ������' Lfl uot, in'(i ,��^il1.^. L,n
meeting ��h.�� doetbrq  morn  mv.*,. Wotf1 ^MUlrou'h broad and caat It  urtfo tho
posed they, were sure of it would -qjnil
tiiemseives cast into outer "darkness,
now essentia] ii is Uuu we uka.-ua_s la
Cod's way His children and know that
our names are written in _eaven
'%Luke x, 20); Rev. xx, 15; xxi,'8),
foi many who profess to be His will
hue to hear. Him say,-"I never knew
>ou, depsirt __m Me" (Matt vli# 21-
��� ">Z) Mark the poverty of spirit or
consciousness of the importance of
���uis posit *_n, but evidently from his
hi art, Lord I am not wort_5r. Soine-
Lnmg of tbe spirit of him of Luke
xv iii, 13-14 who went to his^ house
justified. There is only one vvho is
luly wor'hj,', and when we take our
He is ready to.
aii lue
hivs oil
en thought *hat .Tesus went away off
there'to be refreshed by that woman's
great faith, 'for knowing, all .things,
lie knew all about herand her trouble
and the way she would come to ^l"*
and cling to Him and take no' denial.
Nothing pleaips Him like, faith^hnd ���
without faith it is impossible to' please '
lA.irn. * It ' is -p'ritten th~t the ccn-
Tnrlon's servant was very dear tint��
him', hut nere It is' a mother pleading
for* her own daughter, who must liavs
been dear to her, and specially dear
because of her affliction,* for the .pick
. ne In a home-generally has ^he Sympathy of oil. As we think o'f those
Hho ar.e dear to us do we'consider the
words of our Fathdr im "heAven Icon*
ocrning Hie only begotten Son*. ��� Thin
���te My beloved. Son. in whom I am well
pleased? ���������   (John iii. 16; Mattv UljlT:
that we. do ,not honor th.e ,Pathei*?un.
less we honor the Son; and that since
O'fVd spared hot His" own ;S6h?-He:.will
���vith Him alsq ..,,fr,feely ' give;,, ua; all
.'.liingB^.CJoli'ivi'-'v.i'-vlil'.;' Rom,YVJil^3^)?i
iProliabfythls di^ttreRsecI-'-motf-Her'^dld'-?
,iot know-these great truths,, hut, she
knew that she--hail a greatly affli<'teO;.:.
tvnv, Tt o dofttorfl dnelf>"e'' the I'"'n't
th".v would accept, wms i-'YOt (inid tli"
(fovevninen*: offord $1.41 alier ilrsl
tffoiing $1.00. ''"    "
.   OUnwa, -c,   H
nrlUoh tt'''��e cotntul
lluinlli-p AVIc'kis,]'t,.nu'���ahh*>ugh  vi'ierdny  and  to-dsy
asloner to Caiuid i-   ''1^', hnrimioter Is   low���the    we.V..v'r
A'.*l0.��.uqce.*'lH Mr; Ul(ilut|'(l 'Qrat.% '><!rt>HN. o|.**"��rwl .In eliui'iicter. Ihu at
l.;!;.!v .".s.pr,|!��.!'.>.i ch'of' rnnfidifin ivinl.Y"uo-iphoiM in clear and harder liiHtmul
jomnilsiiloo(!i*'wlll In* hern soon to eon-; * ' '*������"'* '"""-'i '��.'-'i nun;;''.\u\".. u i*.*.,
frr with the g*>roriimoht berore ml-hig,1 *'��' ('oiiib*., /he hope of everyhno that
���"up hlR new dtitioH. Mr. Wicks has ', ih" weaUi'-.r may now ret tic down rov
Imi! u very Hnit,oe.*HfnI career in India, i �����   lu-'iiud  wf  tlty  jieanuiiablc   0<loluu
'r*.i��<*olpl,H of''now hiirley are liberal
and (lit: duini'tHi It" good. Prlcen'nro
No. ��, file; Ncy. I, i|fie; Itejected, 451c;
l-'ijed, *l;le,      ���   ?' iYv ��������� . ;
r:i^m ,
There la iiot ^miuii lining In Ijax,
biiynrn for nonimerolal put'pOhoH hold
.iff   In   expectation   of     lowor     (O'Ichm
'.lobit, unit \I*'������ i-latiUatchtswnii ivtuvvc
which )mh jilreaily boon roconimondnd.
it nt im ri Lu ('orne, The propoHed
I'.ieive Im of fiU* aqttare mile uvea.
Wilbur Wrlcht
Diiylcn, O.-   Wilhui \Yrlghl, tlie tic
(���--���aHeil   ivti'or, aeeoi'djiu;  fo    jui     ne-
>llll.   it    -iin.T    miv-iMiniiii   ��,in ���,-���,'���'    ill    inillll,      ���-      >���-��� --       ���-.'      ������ ��� ���       ���..-..�����.   . i.../,/,Ir,li.        ,,Al     I,,..,.,.             'I'., .1,��.,'..
S-S-.ti, AfrhniiP.. Kiiphind. and neh'ev-    ..all,,,., ���ai:ii i.h we have fredmmtly |    ��' ' , f"1 ����� ��� Ifl,^%   .  '      "y"
��i.   niarlu.l   mieeesH  ah ��� IlrlllMh  trade   nal   lu  ftlHu  coiiutry   ��l  II.Ih   H.nu,on. ��� <��'���'. ' .'/'V ['I ���<J 11,1���;."   "
,u,,.u.��,.u,eu��� .   ,u .iu��u,M..i.                       ���;::���' '���< " r^�� ���"'" ��� ���.���.*������,,.���,-,��� \   Rr��j in ��1  no olhnr .grade Ih nuoteJ.
I'n tlie iilui'ittt limit of the capacity of | *'uJlHe** f'i,o��.eii V/jut.,. l.n.*v,( -w*., j ������.���������,
t    t'oniK'il; 'he rollvo'ida to carry u ,      Tiiere luti*,     **,{ >������'.'���".*������ "'"��������� ���'���'���' ���  " ""'; '\r""\*
ut    Hon ih   -tot beep much ili-snuw In the ninrUet |   "w'1- ��l  !,ui,v,l;,'*v   '"  "'V-a1'". IV"    UH"
ual  renfulUi'uuUiu. iiui-Iuk 'hi- w��ok    under   re-   l,flm' " orf  A,u,,,r iiml ��"'"�������.
��� Next yeai'Mhe tlopartmnnt will havfl J countlr;;, tiled  In  lhe  Probate Conn
rn   .������. Ii,.it',.'i".;     ;:f     til"     '.'.!;;     !!.!'.'"!'''!:!!   :-t!i  ,'��i.'ito   ���iiluorl   nl   *'."7'i.LMIH?   1!o
(.ciuitr*    made     '   Lni'Ko    exteaalnnm: lof   !iib��,nt��"  t'>    tun    nroi.uoc,     Lorm
will   likely  tie  made  Ihla  year  to  the ' Wrlt.ln, ami $r,0,0IKMo IiIh hIhioi- Kinlli- j i'hilnie.1   Mi.    U.    VV,    Hrendtmr,
P*ne   forivi:    reserve,   Ivln-j;   hiiiiI Iiciimi. i Hrlno.       M.. _.i\<* .tl.t.ii'V '��  1Y,  L, ;1��. r.    t.'f M!' r* \ii'i't r.< Mn- Mii_nul':u'!uri'.'H'
ItiogH. Then came her conquering
' Mppoal*. V.^vi, Lord, let tho dryg*�� uudor
[ ��h" lilble eat or the children'** crtimha.
I Will Ing" to own bovself ngont,le dog
| pieadlm* for u crumb, she gets all alio
i ,'unje ror. Pov this itaylnn go thy
! way: the devil In.,>none, out or thy
' 'tainvlitev.       In   ene.li   of   fheso   cii-ro-i
iiolo the oxireine weakness and low-
. inenu of the applicants.
T.ifi'r T-y-Ac'e.ri for rtnllw*-'/ C^o-irot'"*lon
���Ottawa ���-Tlio steadily lne.reu>iin��
work ol the railway ce,nunI;,.f,lo:i do.
iiiuxlH the InercrtHe cf the j.resent
��.tarf of ir.llllc expert!-* Hjid It, is null ov'.-,loof Mint lhe aervlcert uf. Mv.
J��:-je>\ J'Y Wttluli. Iho pneifii'. mall-
'.f;n\- (\* the trini-iiHirlntlon depur'.nient
of tli" ��'i��iUidf:iii MatMit'iietnrctii Aeno-
oiiiioti h'iv<( bt'i-n la re<inei-,t. on ho
I nir nf the enrnnilMiiIon.
.  '|''r   ,',ir. .j nmerit     ���:<���!������ !--'-     < n'Y,
i.-ndon ~ IHii'ltlnii  cllt'tilet
���������::)  offered   ��o  Jet     Cttv��>��
����������, '���'(.��� I,   Diirking,  at   an  iimm*
of $?f..
view.      i*u  the  fojopiUt of It up (11!
Oi l'linre Alhe"*t. U will Jlhcly take
ii. lhe. r'.i.tl.v rld|.e o'r��omTlii'��; north
of fho t-lio.katchewaii liver to .a point
mint   ul   I'riiH.-!'  /�����iuti��..
'iii..   !'...-,'���".;���!:���""   ""������* ".   !���:   ��i���"�����''���
v.iHtern  Manlitibn.  will hIho piwihnbly
Vu   nvtein'i'il went   to tnktj In a lurgn
Tf-IOMPHON. HONH *, COMPANY. ' port Ion n!  l-Sai-kalchewun.
ninhnr-   Wright,  and ��� ���fIJhJ.KTf*   lo
I . ntnei   < >��� v 11.*���.
I   Ul ..., .,��>.,��,.,      ...       .
' M��'i1   lo   illnreiifiril   the   In hiiieiloti   \v.
nu����I  by  'h<- pri'fotif    ot
'.UiiIUHt the .wciiiinte    of
iiiitpinn. '
f-ue alluii, aad Mi*. Wal.'h m;i\* nl-'ii
i lii'ii'tlv ,|oi:i th< 1'ivll rtervlcu uiulr-v thft
i railwii    eoiiiiiils^luii.
Lonmin -  A vinini*    iilii    who   hn\\
the    If hone j ���'wallowed   t>   bnioeii   iui��   peon   enviM
unprotected i at' ��t.   IVtrtholoiiicw'u   llodpliul  after
an oimmu'miii .
���**___!_ <**     ���������**���������.  .*_  *_>_���������������-, r������   "-+*  1   t*._.l ���������  ���������*- *���������  Pa  I?  ���������ii  THE   cmRBTOH.   REV-flEW.    CRESTON,    B. C.  '' imp. ������������������   "  S ^S BBS*' SSS S _L W V  >S__*  Unshrinkable Combinations.    Made from choicest wools���������fits smoothly and  snugly to every line and curve of the figure���������yields freely to every ^movement. No  rough seams-each seam being bound,.   The next time you want  underwear, don't,  ask for underwear, ask for HoWSGlVs Unshrinkable  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS GROUND  AND SEP. ���������.*       .\        v  I  SAM HATFIELD,Prop.  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  _V\11r-k*>n*f o m  Morning        -       -        li*OQa.m.  Evening   -  Y   -  '     -     7:8Qp, m.  Sabbath School 2:30 p. in.  Ton are .welcome to  tarry with us.  Fred L, Carpenter  Pastor  ���������_���������  m pi in if ii it-A      t tsPBFi _. ._  -HL-HUUS-j   LirfikGTO I  0lBiLiYAT_0 BS_IS       '������������������ ' ' ���������  f.V. ,1  i r    in!  'JI  -YOUKGM������MA-X������^  tt������-*lcl_MiOi. ������������*>*/ tou    i inlaw a wi������Q in *������P������a^* Is >JSte=ysa sgs ~������  ooeaws c_3 rsstof*"* t������ ssssSsesd- aad ss^tr*  t_eia������f-o������c^crs7 sa_ ^*^?_*?:_B __  yarianji>drngjjtan>nu_-uina, ���������  Oer Haw "?Tf  il Tiiiniiiiii_iiiii Sss gni_7?tsa S  huadredal-om tbe briatc ������r acsptur, in* f*. B  ~   pputess to Imaggeda or _m*BWii ass g|  sueQeatfnl nm of tibcas who w������ H  w���������_���������_������est-**  V* |aJt_mn,>**i M_e_Bn_. B  trifr-fftTfH"5*****iHt*ridm-eaa__eoc_i_B-rto *__t   IH  M^ttnediciErtC.  TlSsiaem orCbeaocretsoe tag  car trcsdesfiasaeoeg-as cor teaa _Mntcsg- B  <������egai*rtdC-ieMf    ~-*~ "   WptiBxL.    WO SSTft      ..   _  g__-_a feg- ggq? SB Tfea>a������/.  CURABLE CASES ���������X3AMJmTSSS9  OR KO FAT..?;:.  Are you a ***lct__f Sava yea less  pojptXr*%puiBtood^jAjnart7l  ������5~- -i?5       _    isa* Se*Ir BeOOa mi ������*_���������������������������������������J- *_*>������������ jrw ������S*"*  X^^** H   w*_aess? Oar rs������w SS^AttJ "SVilfritrfl-Rft *ggf  1^       ���������   P   ������sra;ca.   Wfc^ it has <fcS^ s^������St wSS  do for you.  Gbsss&at��������������� Few*.    Ho msttw  ���������sbo bos treated yon, wtfta- tee -aa  cmtaloa     R        ** ~*  "Boyhood.M  eAJ on Dlseasea ot If ea.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday  at  11 a. to.  and 7:30 p. tn.  SuVtjVuJArirt   ������^nirvr>A-   *_*��������� V-OOl tr*     am  ^^-M) *w Xai-m ������ w*   '���������^v***.**^*  ������������v *******   J"*    ������������������*���������  Adult Bible Class at close of oven-  ing service.        y  %. G. Bi__ss  Minister  in the Small Debts Court of Creston 1  j British Columbia, holden at Creston,  British Columbia  Between ������.  C. K. ^ynn Plaintiff:  and 8. H, Tack Dsfenda;._  and  W. A. SulHvatt     Garnishee  IT IS ORDERED that service upon  the Defendant of the summons in this  action together with the notice here-  gi en endorsed once a. week for three  weeks proceeding the" 24th day of  October, 1912, in the Creston Review  Newspaper published at Creston, B, 0,  be deemed good and sufficient service  of the said summons, .  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED  that the said Defendant do enter an  appearance to the said summons in  the office of this Cpnrt at Creston on  or before the 24th day of October, 1012.  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED  that the costs of this application be  costo in the cause.  G. A. A-.YOlJ-.TG,  Magistrate.  NOTICE  This action is brought to recover the  sum of One Hundred,, Dollars for tlebfc  and Three Dollars  for  costs,  being  the amount due by the Defendant to  the Plaintiff.       >  "���������"'..���������*  The following are the particulars:���������  1912, August IB���������To money  loaned by the Plaintiff to . .  fqr-������-������.gw������A..'j-������-������������!-Be������r'  ���������mmm     mrm     mmmm     .-w ��������������� -^^*-   ^mfm*r      ^mWSr Jg  o-LTU  arris  Have shipped to their agent at Oreston  HOAP! LOADS of Farm Smpgemer-ts  oonsistlhg ������ff  Light and heavy wagons, One horse wagons, Plows  all sizes, Orchard extension disks, all sizes, Harrows  spike-tooth, leaver and spring tooth, One horse  cultivators, sand packers, cream separators, Root  cutters, Mowers, Rakes, Hay loaders, Hay tedders  ,etfc.. ."���������'���������������������������>.  W&Sim^iWmjf    QmWBf"mW0aW    G&BB  OF GRESTON, &* O*  *._-_      TV ��������� * JmJ.mm.X-  em* /XitfX   f\f\  OJIIU.W  rtQTTn<i���������   a-a������i   *3i^T4^-r   .* _r������v  VAAUA.VAA   AjrJK      Aa,X1\XA4)4T&Xt ������*  ; Chrig* Chuych  Oot. SO (20tb Sunday after Trinity)  I    Harvest Thanksgiving  n  Matins* Sermon  SnaSay School  Evensong, Sermon  Philip C. Hayman  11 si. tn.  ���������up.   U*.  7:St0p. m.  (Vionsr)  _I  11  Uii  UII I  NEWS  UIT TREES t  AND ORNAIIENTALS  treatFdflto m  ^^S_r  f_A'  Li    Lui  VERNON, B. C.  #  ^  Wateif Notice.-'"  For A IjIckncb xo Take and  Use Water   ���������  NO NAMES USED WTTHqUT WRTrTH* CONSENT^ Jh ������=__-_*������*-  wi.  _TWj^incCoiifid������BtML   QuwtioB Lk> ind CoUmt TtmXmmmk ffKBB, WOtt  5_9mmsTar^^BB sjs^8_f5s���������__!ebbbbBB^y  Cor. Michigan Ave. and GriswoldSL,  Detroit* Akh.  ______BPtttol| A Ti f* Wt       A11 letters from Canada must be addreittd  raBH^BT^IW HlWte to cur Canadian Correspondence Depart-  Brn^^W     aammmmmmmmVAaaa    ment in Windsor, Ont.   If yon desire tb  tee lis personally call at cur'Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  i* M������t]_nte in our Windsor offices  ment in Windsor, Ont." If yon desire tb  gee ".    "  __ patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters u follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY. Witubor0 Out,  YWtltB f op our ptivuU tuidrmt*.  WM  '  The Fifversitto Nurseries  Comprising t25 Acres GRANDFORKS, B. C.  \Pearv    mr*w%u u~ x'_E_l_r_EwC_l   ^OBoitmm  Plums "* "a-ft_ 3 mKmmZE.& ^fy^^^i&s  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Cotnbllshad lOOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agrloulturo  ALL 8TOOK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AYOATAkOQUC PRICES  NOTICE is hereby given that Egbert  Louis Tom'.Taylor' of Creston B5 C=,  willYapply for a licence to take and  use 4 cubic foot* of water out of tributary of King Creek which flowajin a  westerly direction through Block 9, Lot  892 and empties into King Creek near  Block 11 of Lot 892. The water will  be diverted afc������ the S. , co rner of  Block 9, aud will be used for domestic  purposes on the* land described as  Block 9, Lot 892 (S. E. JO acr& block).  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 23rd day of Sept. 1912. The  application will be filed in the office of  the Water Recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed with the  sft?d Water Recorder or -with tho  Comptroller of Wator Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B. O.  E.L. Taylor (Applicant)  iwy, a������d Mrs. Seo. sFsrvis ������.ncL famil*0*'  lelt Thursday for Yakima. Wash. r __r..-  Jsrvis has been, employed as yard foreman for the Canyon City Lumber Co.,  for the past two years. We are all very  sorry to see them depart; from oar  midst. ...  | A farewell party was given at the  'home of Mrs. Knott, Tuesday after-  fiibon in honor of-Mrs. G. Jjirvls. wfeo  left Thursday for Yakima. Quite a  crowd was present. Mnsio and games  of all kinds were indulged in. At four  o'clock a delicious luncheon was served  by the hostess and the (meats departed  for home everybody having enjoyed a  good time.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading "varieties most  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  *  ���������  on three-year-old whole roots.  x*or lurcucr parucuiars appiy to our local Ageui.  .$; J. Blinco. Box 39, Creston, B.C,  TmV  | For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  MB. KDMUNO WALSUtR. C.V.O, LL.D.. D.C.L-. VemUtUmt  AS.  A-JDKS LA1KD  JOHN ASSS>  Jxmmlmimx.. ti������A������te4.A'i������i t.3A.,'i,4>^,,4-'  C4APITAL, $15,000^000  REST, $12,500,000  FARMERS* BUSINESS  '9****%   0   nwini'in    m~% ...^  ���������J    "... ".  ./w./a   r.*,int\Am   in.   1?{t,rtVlflir_   ������>\)0Y\1  /  ���������All sizes in Btanfleld'a underwear  at tha Oreston Moroantile Oo.  Land Notice  facility for the traasactioii o( their bankintf business, including  the discount and collection of sale* notes. Blank sales notes  are supplied free of charge on application. aa  P-rcv B. Fowler. Manairer Creston Branch  Nelson Land Distriot.   Distriot of Went  Kootenay  Take notice that Levi Bont of the  City of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  inteudu to apply tor permission to pur-  chase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted 80 feet  distant in a WeuUrly dlrootlon from the  Nnrth Wee* pos* of  Manntrio'u Lot.  Thonoe North -Oohslnof theuoe Weit  20 .chains; thenoo South   20  ohainn;  thonce Kaat 20 okatiie containing forty  aor<������is more or 1������m.  LwyI Bout,  Atmltnant.  Dated Ontahmr 1   1Q1'0>.  Several new houses ore beinr$. erected  at the mill.  Work was commenced Monday, by  the HuBorrft Bros., at Camp 2 of the  Oanyon City Lumber Oo.  If people in glass houses wouldn't  throw stones and would remember that  there is so muoh bad in the .best of us  and so muoh good in tho worst of us,  that it hardly behooves any of us to talk  about the rest of us, wo would have a  fine neighborhood.  O. Blair purchased a fine new top  buggy last week.  wear  Renewal of License  Liquor License Act (Suction 42)  ��������� Notice is hereby given that on the  first day of December next, application will be mado to tho Superintendent of Provincial police for a rtmnwal  of the Hotel LIcoiibo to sell Liquor by  nit-All in the hotel known aft thn Ores-  i  ton Hotel, situate at Creston in   the  province of British Columbia.  Dn!-ed this 18th day of Octobor, 1012.  J, B. Mornn, Proprietor.  KMNKWAI'jOF LIUMNHH  Liquor License Act (Soctlon 42)  Notlco Is horoby given that on tho  first day of December' next, application will bo mado to tho Superintendent of Provincial police for a ronowal  of the Hotel License to sell Liquor by  retail in tho hotel known as tho Krick-  boii IIolol, wlliHiL* at Ei'ioLbon iu lli-  provlnoe of JWIUmIi Columbia,  Dat������Ml thin ,18th dav of Octobor. 1012.  For Infants, soft sole shoes and slippers  -  '������ *t ^Ltf  ___*���������_-''������������������  ' , . ' *������������������       '*'���������'������������������ ���������:     ; ������������������.,;������������������.  For.Children, we carry all sizes and weights in AM-  HURST, FASHION, WILLIAMS and other  Reliable makes, in Pebble,  Box Call  and  Kid.  $1.40 up  Misses Sizes,   n  to  2.   in  Kid  and   Box Calf  $2.00 to $2.25  Ladies'sh >es  iu   several   reliable  makes  Iu Men's shoes we features "INVICTUS" made by  G. A. Slater Co., also AMHURST, WILLIAMS  aud other  guaranteed  lines.  \ Full Stock of Rubbers from the smallest size to the  i   heavy.    Stub proof shoe for lumbering atfd farm  work.  RKNKWAL OF LIC.F.NS1S  , Liquor Llcouso Act (Section 42)  Notlco is horoby givon   that on , tho  flrHt day of Docombor next, application  will bo made to the Srtporlntemlont of  Provincial police for a ronowal tot thoj  Ilotol LIcohho to soil by retail lu tho  hotol known hh th������ Sirdar Hotel, ������it,  uiilt) ut yiiJiu in (Iju pioviuci? of Bil-  IInIi Coliuiibia.  Dated this Ifllh dav ntfOetohnr* 1012.  nr^  T*->t^������^"������'*l #��������� r%*m   "' '   *-  ���������' " "  THINnWAL OF LTCKWSI3  Liquor Llconno Act (Section 42)  Notion in horoby given that dn tho  first day of Duceuibor next, application will bo made to the Snpoiinton-  <)onb of Provincial police for a renown]  of tho Hotel Llcenno to soil Liquor by  retail in the hotol known as tlio Kitchener Hotel, t,itual_ at Kitcty-ncr in the  province of HiIUhIi Columbia. .  Dated this 18th day of October. 1012.  r-)l1444>    Anrtxnn     XTH-ft,nr,l\mt tJfnXnl  4..H1. ���������i,iiiii^4iw^^w4.'nm mwwuwm  wWi������i������:ii������,������������j������iii^';i'i*lfetiS  ^^'���������Wi~4|'*i.i>w^i|i^iiwwjtHliMi)*t*.^ WMfiWMm-i


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